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Lukas B (ca) wrote: Whether your a Star Trek fan or not, Galaxy Quest is a fun, hilarious and boisterously magnetic sci-fi spoof that pays homage while also standing alone as it's own smart film.
Adam R (jp) wrote: It gets a bad rap for no good reason. Mr. Magoo is a silly good time. Leslie Nielsen is cast well as the title character. It's funny and entertaining. (First viewing - Late childhood)
Peter P (kr) wrote: Not as good as the Leone spaghetti westerns, but it has its moments.
Ahmed H (ru) wrote: Unlike Leni Rienfenstahl's Olympia this film doesn't celebrate the Olympic hero but the Olympic games.As an Olympics fan I like it more than "Olympia" and of course technically it's better with beautiful imagery, yet it lacks the sense of time and place .
Kevin R (gb) wrote: Terror is a very expensive game Jay Killon is a senior bodyguard that has been periodically assigned to guard the president during his illustrious career; however, when a new president is elected, and the first lady is a feisty spontaneous client, he finds his job more challenging than usual. Things are further complicated when it becomes apparent someone is trying to assassinate the first lady. "Are you trying to nail the iceberg?" Peter Hunt, director of Shout at the Devil, Wild Geese II, Death Hunt, and Eyes of a Whiteness, delivers Assassination. The storyline for this movie is fairly straightforward and interesting, primarily due to the concept of the first lady behaving in such a fashion. The action scenes are over the top but fairly good and the cast delivers their performances well. The cast includes Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Stephen Elliott, and Jan Gan Boyd. "Charlie, why don't you move in with me permanently? "I don't want to die from a terminal orgasm." We have been on Charles Bronson run lately and this film grabbed our attention because it was directed by Peter Hunt. Hunt and Bronson worked together on Death Hunt, which we thoroughly enjoyed. This picture is not as good as Death Hunt but it is interesting. It felt a little like Commando mixed with The Bodyguard. This is worth watching if you're a fan of 80s feeling action pictures. "Are those pants coming on or going off?" Grade: C
William W (br) wrote: Solid. One of my favourites, both in terms of Bunuel (my 4th favourite director ever) and of Moreau. Sheer, unadulterated genius. There was never anyone quite like him and there never will be again--and that's a dirty rotten shame. Paraphrasing David Thomson, he once said that every film frame from both Renoir or Bunuel was perfectly shot. And thankfully he was accurate.
John B (fr) wrote: Another masterpiece by Sirk who always seems hide some subversive themes within all of his work. All of the actors rise to the occasion for the master director.
Ashley H (de) wrote: Into the Wild is an amazing film. It is about Christopher McCandless who abandons his possessions and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Emile Hirsch and Vince Vaughn give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Sean Penn did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the adventure. Into the Wild is a must see.
Cameron F (us) wrote: Jazz drama that disappoints when compared to Lee's School Daze and Do the Right Thing.
Courtney K (de) wrote: i cannot believe this movie recieved a 95% critic rating... this movie was stupid. the acting was bad & the monsters were people covered in mud wearing white contacts. yes, the ending was gory, but this was not good.