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Patrick A (fr) wrote: Trippy camera work. Great acting though.
Donna L (es) wrote: Was scary in places. OK B movie
the ONLY ONE (fr) wrote: i knew this had something to do with the bible
Ilja S (ru) wrote: Ghost Rider is entertaining, but just as hard to get through. Nick Cages performance is not the best, and Eva Mendes' poorly written character adds absolutely nothing to the story. The plot has a whole lot of flwas, and ultimately, you don't really care how this movie ends. Never a good sign.
Tina M (ru) wrote: awsome movie most funniest thing ever
Sonia G (fr) wrote: Trs joli film. Amours adolescentes sur fond de guerre d'Algrie. Elodie Bouchez au naturel. J'en garde un souvenir tonamment prcis alors que j'ai vu ce film sa sortie, en 1994.
Michael D (us) wrote: I'll watch anything David Mamet has touched, but this film also has one of my favorite line of all time: "Who's this guy? This guy? This guy is the guy behind the guy BEHIND the guy." Love it!
Geoff P (jp) wrote: Liberal with the facts, but a good capture of mood and character, this isn't a bad Civil War film, but nor is it great. Guinness is a believable Charles I, whilst Richard Harris hams up the old Roundhead himself. The battles are laughable, though.
Matthew B (ru) wrote: The Lone Prospector: "Don't forget the bacon". The story is about a man ventures into a new life looking for gold when he falls in love with Georgia. Will he strike it rich? Silent. Charles Chaplin directors and stars in this silent film and as usual it is funny and well done. The effect's in this movie was pretty damn good if I got to say. this movie was made back in 1925 and the effect's sill look better today. This is in my opinion not the best Chaplin film but a lot of hard work was put into this movie and I got to give them two thumbs up for that.
Curtis R (ag) wrote: This is Walter Matthau in his prime and at his dramatic best. The usually comedic Matthau convincingly pulls off the Eastwood-ish leading man part in this Don Siegel heist classic. Matthau plays Charley Varrick, a crop dusting pilot turned small time bank robber. Things go south real quick for Varrick and his gang when they unexpectedly take alot more money than they planned on. The money turns out to be unlaundered mob money being funneled through the tiny desert bank that leads to the deaths of many around Varrick including his wife & untrusting overanxious partner. John Vernon plays Boyle, the mob banker sent in to investigate and Joe Don Baker is excellent as Molly, a well dressed southern hitman hot on Varrick's trail. One of the things Matthau brings to the character of Charley Varrick that makes him so appealing is his resourcefulness. The guy is always one step ahead of the cops and the crooks. This is one of my favorite Walter Matthau films and I would love for it one day to get the digitally remastered special edition treatment on Dvd. Look for William Schallert who played Matthau's milquetoast deputy in "Lonely Are The Brave"hamming it up with a promotion to typical 70's sheriff in this film.
Drew H (ru) wrote: Every time they have an interesting idea they squander it. Nauseating camerawork, horrible improvised lines littered with "fucks," and characters I couldn't care less about.
hugh l (it) wrote: Gritty and brutal , but well worth the watch. Classic Micheal Caine.
Benji G (gb) wrote: Some of the effects don't hold up as well as you'd like them too, and Schwarzenegger continues to be the same entertaining as hell bad actor he always was (capped by a quintessential Schwarzenegger-action movie ending), but Predator is one of the most fun, entertaining, surprisingly suspenseful R-rated action movie we all love to watch.
Ben D (ca) wrote: If you look past the highly improbable plot and you turn off your brain you will mildly like this movie.