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Kevin P (au) wrote: Life On The Road brengt de juiste ongemakkelijke humor na voren die we gewend zijn van de The Office (zowel Britse als Amerikaanse), en briljant uitgevoerd door de politiek incorrecte Ricky Gervais. Dit is het typetje dat het hem beste past, en dat is bij elke minuut van deze film goed te zien.
Rebe M (ru) wrote: I didn't like it... it was boring and waisting of time.
Ben T (kr) wrote: It does have it's funny moments 'frutella's a bad man sweet blood'.It's a predictable storyline,and nothing differs that much from adulthood & kiddulthood just more of a comedy
David W (ag) wrote: A great documentary about a great musician, a great man and a great American.
John B (it) wrote: A great play and an even better film thanks to Bette Davis. It may be a bit dated but it is a classic tale of corruption and greed that is relevant to today's audience. Davis naturally is the stand out as the Foxes' matriarch.
Jason B (gb) wrote: Modern day comedy set in a small town in Ireland with a 50's kind of feel. A man fakes to be an alien and charms an entire town to enable his addictions. Zonad feels like a throwback to old vaudevillian Abbott & Costello style films. Its formulaic, ridiculous, and yet charming in its own unique way.
frantastic (br) wrote: odd movie that sort of left you hanging in the end. This movie made me wonder what was really going on with Simon and his mother and whether he was different b/c of his mother or if he was on the autism spectrum. he displayed many characteristics of someone on the spectrum.
Caitlin Y (mx) wrote: A misery of cinema. I don't know what gambling debts Val Kilmer and Vincent Gallo needed to clear by appearing in this film, but they should've just fronted the cash. The only reason to watch it is to have something to mock.
Henrietta A (jp) wrote: Coming of age movie set in War torn Beirut very funny in places incredibly sad in others
Joshua C (it) wrote: cant even watch the full thing what the fuck seriously now
Blind P (it) wrote: Amid rumours of this and that happening to the Spidey 4 movie comes a warning to stay far away from this repackaged bunk from the 90s FOX TV cartoon show. Using CGI in its infancy shows up mightily here, and the overall animation standards are worse than some shows that aired in the 1960s. Despite some laughs of the camp variety centering on dialogue and amazingly convenient physics, the whole thing is a boring chore and a great example of what NOT to do when creating comic book animation. Even the title is misleading, as the "vs" sequence lasts all of 2 minutes and doesn't even make sense considering character abilities.
Alex T (kr) wrote: Harvey Keitel is phonemonal, De Niro is imperious, and the film just flows along effortlessly thanks to the brilliance of Martin Scorsese.
Andriy Y (ca) wrote: It's actually quite funny and very enjoyable in my opinion
Kevin P (ru) wrote: guh giving Bette Midler to the boys for entertainment would make any soldier go AWOL
Daniel B (ru) wrote: You cannot beat a Sellers/Thomas combo at their very best. Absolute bounder of a film.