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America the Beautiful
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Dhaval P (es) wrote: Good comedy to watch...!! Fun film but predictive..still fresh with ideas. Watch out for the mandi (recession) sequences... : )
Carl G (mx) wrote: Not the best acting film..However, The portrayal of How our Navy Seals get the job done was superb!
Daryn C (mx) wrote: Hands down one of the best political documentaries I have ever seen! I watched it twice in one day just to soak in the experience even more. If you care about democracy and civil rights this is a MUST see!
Kaushik C (gb) wrote: Funny to see Mallika actually act. Rip-roaring performances by Bose and Shorey.
Lucas M (es) wrote: Get Smart, while well acted, fails to be smart or as fun as it should be.
Tanner S (ru) wrote: Yeah, this movie sucks.
Walter M (nl) wrote: "War Photographer" is an intense, sometimes overwhelming, documentary about James Nachtwey, a noted photographer who specializes in conflict zones around the world. That alone makes his friends and colleagues(including Christiane Amanpour) very, very nervous about his well-being and he has been wounded on more than one occasion.(The documentary was made in 2001. According to Wikipedia, Nacthwey is still alive, thankfully.) They are also concerned with what in his personal life he may sacrificed in the name of his career. From all of what he has seen, including the view of the Brooklyn Bridge from his apartment and both the best and worst of humanity, and accomplished in bringing those images to the general public, it is safe to say that this is probably the life he wanted for himself since he started out in the wake of the Vietnam War when he noticed that photographs could tell the truth that the government did not want told.(More recently, the government has fought not to have the photographs of abused captives and caskets of returning soldiers released.) Along with photographing the results of atrocities in Kosovo and Rwanda, there is also footage of Nachtwey photographing a clash in the West Bank where he is tear gased and a sulfur mine in Indonesia. Kudos to the video cameraman on this footage, as there is also video footage shot directly from his camera to show exactly what is in his line of vision. That's not to mention the superb edit from one train in Indonesia to another in Hamburg, connecting the world. In a more general fashion, "War Photographer" is very insightful about the profession and dispels a good deal of the myths surrounding it. But it wrongfully scapegoats escapism as a reason why people do not care. We all need to escape occasionally from the real world(nobody needs reality television, however), just as long as that is balanced with some hard news. From a human rights point of view, the trick is to find a way to engage the average person in what is happening around the world on an everyday basis and these images might be the best way to do that.
Paris H (nl) wrote: High camp, satire, & fun. Lauren Ambrose is hysterical.
Lis A (gb) wrote: can't believe how much flixters and the critics are under-rating this one. yes, the main character is very unloveable, that's pretty much the point, and where most of the dark humour is to sping forth, and it did, and quite well for most of the movie.
Bree G (jp) wrote: this movie is an old movie but a really good watch
Emod L (ru) wrote: 70%The story is more refined in later films such as "Monsters Inc.," but "Little Monsters" is a late 80s childhood gem.
Emanuele C (mx) wrote: "Effetto notte" una delle pi straordinarie dichiarazioni d'amore al cinema mai girate.
Dan S (ca) wrote: A decent enough war film.
Benjamin O (us) wrote: Child-size violence.
Katja A (ru) wrote: Hauska vampyyrikomedia.
Amber D (ru) wrote: This movie had me saying things constantly like, "Are you stupid??!?" and "Stop wasting time!". Midway through the movie, I was hoping that none of them became FBI agents because their decisions and actions were so irrational. A lot of them had serious attitude problems. There were times where they all had the same personality. I was slamming my head against the wall the entire movie. I gave it 1.5 stars because the quality was actually decent; the characters just weren't.
Roger T (kr) wrote: Anne Hathaway is wonderful, but the storyline is so thin and the music is so sleep-inducing that it becomes a very boring film to watch.
Lewis E (ag) wrote: Jim Carrey's mature performance sprinkled with quirky comedic touches helps prevent 'Yes Man' from being a completely dull affair but the 'yes' turns to a 'mmm not sure' when the movie increasingly adopts the conventional rom-com formula which dilutes the initially promising premise. Expected worse though.
Andy S (au) wrote: Almost all style and very little substance.