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Flakitah C (mx) wrote: I Love You Justin :)
Iy C (de) wrote: hhhhhhhaaaaaaaattttttttteeeeeeeeee this movie so much!!!!!!!
Jay L (ru) wrote: "Cunning. Devious. Treacherous. Dangerous." The Saint is a slick and cunning espionage thriller that was directed by Phillip Noyce and stars Val Kilmer and The gorgeous Elizabeth Shue. Absolutely action packed with plenty of shootouts and chase sequences that will keep you engaged throughout this thrill ride. Phillip Noyce has become quite accustomed to these action packed espionage films, and no kne dies them better. It's fast paced, it's explosive, it's fun, and it's easy to follow. It's also smart and well made. High grade entertainment that will please any action enthusiast. Val Kilmer gives a great performance as a very deceptive spy. His different personalities all with different looks and accents are definately something to marvel from an acting perspective. Elizabeth Shue gives a good performance. The acting is great all around. A pulse pounding, edge of your seat knockout that will have you pinned to your seat.
Leena L (it) wrote: Not quite sure if I liked this or not. Surveillance, control and weird deaths. I quess nothing much in it.
Dustin D (kr) wrote: took a very long time for the stoey to get rolling, but the ending battle was well worth it
Sean C (es) wrote: I have only seen the first two movies. I know that they were both re-edited and overdubbed and released in America as Shogan Assassin. This one reminded me of going onto higher levels in a video game, there's always someone to fight after this first battle that's a bit more difficult. It was fun to watch, just like the first one with lots of blood spray.
John W (jp) wrote: Were it not for the dynamic, star-making performance of Edward G. Robinson, "Little Caesar" would be little more than an antiquated curio. But thanks to Robinson, this film dramatization of the rise and fall of Al Capone remains absolutely riveting from start to finish. Robinson's Rico is utterly ruthless and beyond redemption. Unlike Paul Muni's "Scarface" (1932), who could just as easily have been hauled off in a strait jacket rather than be killed in a hail of bullets, there is only one logical conclusion to the story of "Little Caesar." Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?
Sylvester K (us) wrote: Shot with a shoestring budget, Street Trash offers one of the best special make up effect I've ever seen. The premise of the film itself is simple but really darkly humourous and worth a watch for some bizarre scenes.
Cade B (us) wrote: one of the worst movies I have ever! seen