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Joseph M (au) wrote: Great movie Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas were beautiful together
Chinmai R (es) wrote: It was such BS. Karan Johar sucks
Andy S (ag) wrote: Snore. Good acting, nice music score, all in a meandering wimpy thriller/drama that is supposed to all be metaphor for other things. A struggle to sit through as you hope it all leads to something. It doesn't.. just that you've wasted your time.
Richard G (fr) wrote: un des film les plus long et ridicule que j'ai vu
Mike L (ag) wrote: 8/10 It's nice to know that for someone cinema is still art rather then business. very simple but this makes it very enjoyable. nice touch with "dance" sections.
Devyn R (gb) wrote: Hugh Grant, perfect as always. Oh, and Sandra Bullock, perfect as always. Really, you can't put two positively perfect people in a movie together and not expect the outcome to be perfection.
Private U (nl) wrote: female version of phone booth...
Lukas K (ag) wrote: Mooie montage en geweldige muziek, de film speelt heerlijk met je.
Jason E (ag) wrote: l recommended it to everyone who likes movies about dogs. Also I would reccommend a big box of tissues for this movie-just to be prepared.
Alan V (ag) wrote: Quintessential early 90s comedy. 'Doctor Who' fans will recognize a young Jackie Tyler as the love interest.
a m (mx) wrote: Gregory Peck is like Indiana Jones who ended up in James Bond style story in 60's England. ...interesting story and interesting cinematography of reflections
Robin W (ag) wrote: The hilarious satire, "Black Dynamite", did a brilliant job at re-creating and spoofing the shoddy production values of blaxploitation films of the seventies, and it's clear that one of its main inspirations was the cult favourite, "Dolemite"; in fact, when "Dolemite" was originally released, some people wondered if it was intended as a blaxploitation spoof, but it's obvious that it was simply a case of incredibly sloppy filmmaking. There are a lot of laughs to be garnered from the ridiculously over-the-top elements and sheer inteptitude of ""Dolemite", which is the kind of film where you not only see the boom mike drop down into the frame in several scenes, but can even see the boom OPERATOR pop into the shot a few times! The plotting is all over the map, with characters just randomly appearing and disappearing without explanation, and the martial arts choreography is hilariously bad (despite a special thanks in the credits to "The Chuck Norris Karate School"!). A lot of the film's popularity was due to the delightfully energetic lead performance of Rudy Ray Moore (who literally ends every other sentence with "mutha fucka!"), but the problem is that when he's not on-screen, "Dolemite" is often pretty boring; bad filmmaking can be a lot of fun to watch, but when it leads to a lot of slowly paced scenes where nothing happens, it requires far too much patience to make it to the hilarious parts.
FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: 92% Love the ending. Looking forward to more Meyer pictures.
Cattera Y (mx) wrote: Ghostbusterswith thousands of ghost movie produced, Ghostbusters knows how to be original
Jamie W (ag) wrote: seen a million times and love it the same as though my first time!!
Scott M (br) wrote: This film got by on amusing moments. The film's makers included plenty of material not needed to get a laugh. Are sex scenes and swearing really necessary in comedy films?
Michael S (es) wrote: A wonderful film that deals with issues teen movies usually ignore: drinking, the fear of adulthood, moving away from home. One of the most realistic teen movies that I've seen.