Linked by a rare psychological disorder, Noah Greene and Emily Gates must uncover the mystery of a tragic past in order to find hope for the future.
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Paul B (de) wrote: Very authentic, the best film yet of this genre.
Michael M (au) wrote: Very Kaufman-esque, even though it tries a little too hard. I do really like Martin Freeman.
Pasha A (de) wrote: *My Favorite* One of the bests of Golshifteh. a decent film with a good scenario and impressive acting. My Favorite Line:"... as soon as remember this sentence I laughed! I immediately thought of you and I stopped laughing."
Thomas H (ru) wrote: A lot better than I thought it would be. Pretty gross and very interesting. Definetely worth watching. P.S. - Flixster has this listed under Musical and Performing Arts. It's not so don't let that fool you.
Steve S (jp) wrote: didn't like this feudal japanese horror film at all, but it figures because i haven't liked any of the films by hideo nakata, and yes, i know he did "ringu". personally i liked the verbinski remake much, much more. this film just didn't feel like it had anything going on for itself and it was way too long.
Chen Y (mx) wrote: a relatively interesting documentary on the origins and uses of the f word both throughout history and in our present day. interviews with a lot of semi-famous celebrities, politicians or academics on the usage of the word and how it relates to their daily lives. i found the crappy cartoon segments somewhat amusing. and overall learned a little bit about both the f word and about censorship in the media today. it's amazing how you can construct almost an entire sentence just using variants of the f word.
Jacob D (au) wrote: Lame, B-move horror flic.
Robert I (gb) wrote: So weird to see a movie so similar to "The Hangover" made just before "The Hangover". Half of everything in Hollywood is luck. This film caught a bad case of it. Just missed that lightening. I bet Eric Bernt is down about it. In any case, the film is funny at times, but like "The Hangover" never funny enough. But hey, drunk and/or high frat guys will probably dig it, so right on, you 'Rise of Taj' fans.
Stefani C (us) wrote: Incredibly touching, humbling; wonderful acting and direction. One of those rare films that stays with you long after the credits have finished. Highly recommended!
Varsha N (us) wrote: Boundin' has remained my favourite short story ever since I first saw it on a DVD of 'The Incredibles'. The story is absolutely 'feel good' with a lovely message. Its about a happy sheep that dances around in its neighbourhood, displaying its pretty coat of wool, much to the envy and adoration of its neighbours. One day, the sheep is taken away and all of its wool is sheared off and it is dumped back. This really upsets the sheep, as it feels that it now looks ridiculous without its woolen coat. Along comes a jackalope, which tells that sheep that there is nothing to mope about and there is a lot more that it can do, all it needs is to get up and start bounding. The sheep gets back its lost spirit, starts soaring high and is happy again. Every once in a year, the sheep is taken away, and all its wool is sheared off, but it doesn't care anymore. it just bounds and bounds and rebounds... :) The story ends on a very touching note saying that, 'now in this world there are ups and downs... its so nice to know there are jackalopes around'
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Mo B (nl) wrote: Rating: 61%Fortunately for Zoolander, this might just be one of the only cases where the film's immense stupidity makes it somewhat entertaining.
Janis M (it) wrote: Sibirisk misr frn brjan av 1900-talet och framt i tv generationer, allt till tonerna av svepande Pink Floyd-toner. Ibland vldigt bra, ibland bra.
Regan C (au) wrote: A completely unremarkable adaptation.
Chris B (ru) wrote: Rip Tony. My fav Tony film.