71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance
71 scenes revolving around multiple Viennese residents who are by chance involved with a senseless gun slaughter on Christmas Eve.
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Simon F (fr) wrote: My wife checked this one out from the library. She saw Val Kilmer's name and thought to give it a shot. He got first billing but is in this piece of trash for about 4 1/2 minutes or so. Must have a decent agent, but made a mistake being a part of this. The story had an intersting premise, but does not deliver anything remotely interesting. Don't waste your time like I did...
Leocadio V (nl) wrote: not as good as the trailer
Andrea R (ca) wrote: It makes my heart warm, so that's all that matters to me.
Ahmed M (us) wrote: Doesn't have a good script, and the only thing worth watching or the only reason to watch is Jackie Chan, who himself, isn't that great in this movie.
Jon M (au) wrote: Not incredibly deep nor a lot of character development, but a good retelling of the timeline before/after 9/11.
Juan B (ca) wrote: Substantially maintained my attention. There were flaws in that words didn't always match the actors' lips and, most notably for me, the costumes seemed to be made two to three sizes too large (per character). But the story is more than solid, an amazing tale that couldn't go undiscovered by the world. In the end, I am so glad I saw it.
Andrey B (ca) wrote: Bunch of extraordinarily good actors in a small film exploiting Mickey Rourke's charisma. Forgettable movie, though it's nice to observe all these actors in one movie.
Russell G (fr) wrote: It's not the greatest "Bonny And Clyde" rip off you'll see, but it's good enough. Cool chases, pretty likeable girls and an awkward attempt at poignancy raises this one up a notch.
Greg W (nl) wrote: This charming, offbeat Czech comedy, which was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, put director Milos Forman on the map.
Matt G (mx) wrote: Like the phenomenal first Monsters film, this Pixar sequel is cute, bright, warm, and funny. With great scenes of child-friendly horror tropes (especially the cabin scaring), it works as a great introduction for the youngest among us into the monster / horror genres. Unfortunately it's missing the most important element of the original: true innovation.
Frances H (es) wrote: Would have been better without so many fight scenes.
Betty S (ru) wrote: I'll watch anything on Netflix that includes the description 'one last mission'. This has had some money thrown at it, but it doesn't quite hot the target. It's a Bourne without the set pieces and Jack Ryan without the espionage. Brosnan is his usual hammy self which makes for an evening though.