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We follow a squad of American paratroopers as they struggle to carry out a mission only one of them knows the real reason for undertaking. As tensions become heightened in the heat of ...
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Liliane S (mx) wrote: Good to see all of them back on the big screen! Some great jokes. Worth to be seen once.
Kristen P (jp) wrote: Subtle and understated, lovely.
daniel r (it) wrote: Alicia Silverstone in a british rock band! Joan Plowright and Peter O'toole are brillaint.
Eka Y (au) wrote: well,, if this such kind of house is really exist,, i'd love to have one for me. It gonna make my life easier hehe..
Grant K (ag) wrote: Cute, decently plotted and somehow void of creepiness, (the premise is ridiculously suggestive and awful at its core), this oddball feature somehow works due to Barrymore's charm, (before she became a one-note grind).
bill s (ru) wrote: Not every movie will be Naked Gun but this dud is neary a chuckle.
jacob c (jp) wrote: Schwarzenegger and Cameron make a great team! Terminator was awesome and so was this. A fun time to watch and enjoy.
Steven V (au) wrote: The thing with movies characterized by music and performing arts is that its essence depends largely on the relevance and the timing of its performances in relation to a particular issue in the story. Spectacular! may be underrated and under-appreciated but a deeper analysis of the movie may reveal quite a degree of sense and heart in it lying behind its seeming superficiality. The movie can be summarized through its four songs strategically performed in different parts of the story. For the first song, we are practically introduced to the band singer, Nikko Alexander. Conflicting perspective somehow made it quite a deal for Nikko Alexander. Nothing natural, however, can be hidden for long. Soon, his outlook was discovered and surprisingly appreciated by the choir members. In fact, he started teaching the choir members new dance steps for a change. The second song, we are drawn to the idea that Nikko Alexander finally and officially got hooked into the performing choir as he started introducing new Spectacular traditions. The third song, as in any other group endeavoring to soar, unpleasant things sometimes happen, test of character, difficult choices to be made, truth uncovered during the worst of circumstances, break ups. Good thing is that people are almost always drawn to where their heart is. Realizing that he taught the group something new to believe in and that it's heartless to just abandon and fail them after what they've been through, Nikko Alexander made the most risky decision in his lifetime. The last song is the end credits song. It's practically a good summary and I guess everything that happened in the story already speak for themselves.
Bill T (ag) wrote: Surprisingly great gay movie from Fasbinder. A director Im not the biggest fan of. A down on his lack gay man wins the lottery, and suddenly finds himself really popular with all the wrong people. This movie hit home with me a lot, lord knows I been talked a lot of times into doing stupid things. So I felt for fox a lot.
Jennifer A (nl) wrote: John Wayne as "McQ" is no Dirty Harry McQ (1974) - 3.2/10 Director - John Sturges Starring - John Wayne, Eddie Albert, Diana Muldaur, Colleen Dewhurst, David Huddleston. A few years earlier John Wayne was offered the role of Dirty Harry and turned it down. He probably had second thoughts because he made this film. And Dirty Harry fans should rejoice because John Wayne showed he was totally out of his element in a similarly themed film. Wayne stars as "McQ" a maverick cop caught up in a seedy underbelly full of corruption, drug trade and typical 70's low-lifes. Think Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry or Gene Hackman in French Connection. However unlike Eastwood (who was only 12 years younger than Wayne), John Wayne seems like a relic to bygone times, totally incapable of adapting to an ever-changing world. This film makes him look awkward and totally out-of-place. That's probably why almost all of his 70's films were Westerns, about the only genre where Wayne could remain in his comfort zone during the later stages of his career.
bill s (gb) wrote: Chhhhheeeeeessssssyyyyyy goodness not to mention sclocky and over the top but that's what makes it so good.
Raan S (kr) wrote: absolute garbage Tarantino wanna be. This movie may be what Selma and Douglas to split it is sooooo bad
JuanKa P (de) wrote: Another genialiity of Quentin Tarantino. This movie took some inspiration from The Inglorious Basterds(1978), but it is not a remake, per s (C). The plot: In 1941, Colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz) arrives at a farm in France to interrogate the owner about some rumors that he is hiding a Jewish family. Landa ends up killing the family and all the Jewish family hiden underneath the farme's house floor. Everyone get killed, except Shosanna Dreyfus (M (C)lanie Laurent). In 1944, an special force officer, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) recruits a team of eight Jewish-American soldiers for a mission to go behind enemy lines to hunt German Nazi soldiers. He tells the soldiers that they each owe him 100 Nazi scalps. They are oreded to take no prisoners. For all this, they will be more known as the 'Basterds' Soon, Adolf Hitler (Martin Wuttke) will know about them, because any survivor that they decide to leave will be marked with a swastika on his forehead. One of the survivors tell Hitler how brutal the Basterds are, and especially Sergeant Donny Donowitz (Eli Roth), known by the Germans as "The Bear Jew" who beats them using a baseball bat. IShosanna is known now as "Emmanuelle Mimieux" and she operates a cinema in Paris. She meets Fredrick Zoller (Daniel Br 1/4hl), a German sniper and a national hero for the Nazis. The party decides to cellebrate Zoller with a movie to be played in Shosanna's cinema.Joseph Goebbels (Sylvester Groth) and Hitler will attend to the premiere. They don't know that Shosanna plans to get rid of all the nazis and their supporters in the cinema that same evening. Meanwhile the Basterds plan to blow the cinema and they will plan to kill Hitler, Goebbels and the main board members of the Nazi party and the premiere of the movie might be their best chance to do it. AWESOME MOVIE. FIVE STARS!
Andrew S (jp) wrote: Snow White and the Huntsman delivers a dark and unrefined adventure, yet maintains a sense of purity and focus through its lead character.
Corpse M (fr) wrote: "its a jungle out there, and its gunna take a jungle bunny to run it".gotta love the throwback to the 60s. The whole style of the movie is great. Its basically a shaft movie from the bad guys perspective.....with a rick james soundtrack. I liked it a lot and there was lots of violence to keep me interested. See how a black man makes his rise to the top of harlem.