At Home Among Strangers, a Stranger Among His Own
Set during the Civil War between the Reds and the Whites that followed the 1917 revolution in Russia
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Keith H (it) wrote: 5 Stars, excellent documentary. Thank all the soldiers who fight for out country and freedom everyday. I couldn't imagine doing what they do.
Rohit I (de) wrote: Thank you Don 2 for making the 5 year wait worth it. Never before have I seen such a slick action film in Bollywood, this one is up there with all the Hollywood biggies. Don 2 is a non stop roller coaster ride, which keeps accelerating right through. The opening is gritty and gets the film of to a great start as it moves from set-piece to set-piece. Even the one song, is stylishly picturised. Each action sequence is perfectly timed and brilliantly executed, except probably the car chase which could have been more destructive. The second half is Don's ace heist and one is constantly tense about who can and can't be trusted as everyone is trying to outsmart the other. Sheesh, I have run out of smart words to put this, DON 2 IS AWESOME!!! Definitely worth a watch (maybe more), even if you don't like SRK. The KING IS BACK.
Crystal B (us) wrote: Quirky little comedy(my favorite kind). Took me about 30 minutes to realize the mom is one of the waitresses on True Blood.
Valerie C (it) wrote: Finally, a balanced documentary, presenting facts in a compelling, but non-alarmist, non-offputting way.
Jerry T (ca) wrote: Lot of laughs....Great Hawaii memories. Good selection of actors.
Jeff B (es) wrote: Honestly, not bad. Steve Martin proves he's still funny and Queen Latifah holds her own. The fight between Queen Latifah and Missi Pyle is probably the highlight here.
Daniel O (it) wrote: Not one of the best known time travel movies, but it touches on all the points it needs to, and it does so very well!
Jaclyn D (ca) wrote: i have the remake but now i want to see the original
Jameson W (ca) wrote: A lot of great moments here. Some of the editing choices weren't ideal because it prevented the film from getting into a good rhythm, but FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS is a really good war film that only gets better when viewed along with its companion piece, LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA.
Tatsuhito K (us) wrote: I have a feeling that "Miller's Crossing" is one of those films that would get better and better with multiple viewings. I like this movie very much. I would have never imagined that the Coen brothers would make a gangster film, and although I'm not quite sure what this movie is about, I thought it was a really compelling piece of work with distinctively quirky characters. Sharp dialogue, beautiful cinematography, and really good performances. I have a feeling that it is going to be one of my favorite Coen brothers films as I watch multiple times. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Cynthia S (it) wrote: Confusing. Slow. Sick...