A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa
When Gonzo accidentally diverts three letters to Santa, he talks Kermit and his friends into delivering them to the North Pole personally.
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Shawn W (us) wrote: Didn't enjoy this at all. An officer becomes unglued on a train ride escorting a dead Vietnam soldier home for burial. The contrast between the WWII rally songs and the indiffernce with Vietnam is well done but this is a really boring ride.
Joshua R (es) wrote: Mission Impossible just got better, intense, fast and with some great action sequences, the fourth installment of the franchise really shine by it's own. Tom Cruise, does some amazing stunts in this movie, some of them really crazy, but he does it for the thrills and to make us happy and we got an amazing action movie.
John M (ru) wrote: It's very conventional but David Wain still manages to sneak his original humor in here. The film is at its best when pointing out the ridiculousness of larping while at the same time naturally managing to find a heartfelt relationship between Paul Rudd and Christoper Mintz-Plasse's character because of what the game brings to his life, as well as an amazing performance by 12-year-old Bobb'e J. Thompson. Seann William Scott is Stifler here and I don't think was the best casting decision or well-written part to make the film stand out enough.
Brad G (fr) wrote: I like to watch this film as if it were the origin story to a super hero comic. Brad Dourif is FIRE-MAN or somethin'. Dourif, by the by, supplies a kick ass performance. VF.
Martin S (it) wrote: Strange turns, not the feel-good I hoped for, much darker.
Ahmed K (gb) wrote: Tremendous style! Elisha Cook Jr. is one of my favorite character actors. He's great in so many noirs.
Michael H (au) wrote: MEET JOHN DOE starts off so well; with wit and charm and chutzpah. It descends into a series of more and more closely packed "inspirational" speeches which become increasingly tiresome. Even James Stewart wouldn't have been able to deliver round after round of these convincingly, and he's the master. The first half or so, though, is a gem.
Angel K (it) wrote: I personally didn't like the ending