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Grant K (mx) wrote: An absolutely stupid love letter to the legacy of Steve Jobs. A hell of a lot more fun than any Ashton Kutcher film you'll see and Justin Long is hilarious.
David G (es) wrote: Good book, not too convinced by the TV adaptation. Sean Bean is awesome of course but it feels too watered down.
Ashley H (ru) wrote: Tonka is an excellent film. It is about White Bull, a young Sioux, who proves his manhood by catching and training a wild colt he names Tonka. Sal Mineo and Philip Carey give fantastic performances. The screenplay is well written. Lewis R. Foster did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this motion picture because of the adventure. Tonka is a must see.
Jake G (ru) wrote: I thought this movie was actually good I guess
Andrew I (es) wrote: Looking like a cross between Gotham by Gaslight and The Phantom Raspberry-Blower of Old London Town, Shadows and Fog is not as enjoyable as either of them. The lack of colour, brightness or contrast hardly does it any favours, it's slow, none of the jocular lines really hit home, the story doesn't really seem to be about anything and the 'big ending' is hardly anything. Considering the cast, this is disappointing in every way - never gripping and always seems acted. I fell asleep halfway through it the first time, and I wasn't even tired. Maybe it's a blindingly clever parable for something that passes me by, but that suits me fine. 5/10
Matt B (es) wrote: Liked the newer one better.
Taylor M (it) wrote: I am the King of the Echo People
Doug S (ca) wrote: Excellent performance from both actors. Powerful subject matter expertly handled.
Laura A (ag) wrote: The best wagging off school film ever made!
Tyler R (kr) wrote: Wasn't the greatest movie ever. Good fun action scenes when there was some. Very over complicated plot.
Luc L (nl) wrote: Diana Ross really surprised me. She's very talented as an actress also. A good film.
Pami G (mx) wrote: I saw this in the theatre when I was in high school. Loved it then. Don Johnson was unknown at the time, and very cute.
Jason P (gb) wrote: The story is less satisfying, but the cinematography is lovely to look at, all dark shadows and extreme closeups. Perhaps the most interesting one I've seen so far where the camera is concerned. It's enough to give an otherwise 2 star story an extra star. I don't really like the ones that bludgeon you over the head with war propaganda, and this one is particularly rife with it.
Ayshish B (de) wrote: Where it all started
Greg W (nl) wrote: low budget B sci fi yarn