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Simon W (au) wrote: Growth is a bad collage of a menagerie of all the sci-fi and horror concepts you've seen many times before into a well-produced but ultimately quite unoriginal film.
Directors C (it) wrote: So many reasons to see Snakes on a Train. So many reasons it was so bad...The acting was bad, The script was bad, the effects were bad, the ending was bad. But the most dissapointing thing of all is that the reason you watched the film for was in fact bad. That is, the Snakes were bad.
Aaron C (gb) wrote: An enjoyable Parisian montage of the vivid lives along the Avenue Montaigne (a chic blend of 5th Ave, Ginza & the Lincoln Center). the sprightly waitress brings the show together with fluid elfin glee, but 'twas the midlife pianist who was most touching in his performance. overwhelmed by his tight schedule and stiff collar, he threatens his livid wife/agent/secretary/promoter with a secluded life in a log cabin, but as he loosens his collar and rediscovers his passion for music, and what good he can do through his talent, so too do they learn to rediscover their love and warmth.
Nusret K (kr) wrote: Cesur ve ilginc bir film. Uzakdogu sinemasinda beklenmedik derecede carpici bir ask , cinsellik ve yetiskin olmanin oykusu. Bosanmis bir kadin ve kanunlara gore daha yetiskin olma yasina basmamis bir erkegin iliskisi tum ciplakligi :-) , cinselligi , gercekligi ve biraz da elestirel boyutuyla gozler onune serilmis. Oyle Romeo Juliet gibi abartilmis bir ask hikayesi veya klasik cocuksu-hafif Amerikan ask filmleri gibi degil , dogal - gercekci ve alisilmisin disinda bir film. Gerci yer yer gercekligi pornografik boyutlara ulasacak sekilde veren bir tarz. Iliskilere , cinsellige ve toplumsal kanunlara elestirel bir bakis acisi. Cok iyi olmasa da acikligi ve dogalligiyla izlenebilir , cesur bir film.
Carlos G (mx) wrote: Loved the book in hs and was excited when it hit big screen. Much inaccuracies drains all the goodness for me. Typical Hollywood would do that.
David H (de) wrote: Who would have thought Vinny from Home and Away would turn up as a Texan High School Football player, great little film
Tim B (jp) wrote: Hysterical comedy of errors - old, but still funny.
MacKenna (br) wrote: I love it. Not true to the myth, but better than previous ones. And Paul Telfer is the sexiest Hecules.
Dave L (kr) wrote: I realize this film is critically acclaimed and highly regarded but honestly, this is one of the cruelest and most mean-spirited movies I have ever seen. I understand this is supposed to be some metaphorical shot at corporate American culture but as the movie reached its conclusion, it made me feel sick to my stomach. The performances are fine-tuned. At the end, one wants to punch this film in the mouth.
Daniel C (mx) wrote: It was a decent film, even though the plot was silly. The acting was bad and the characters was very superficial. The action scenes were good for late 90s films which made this movie enjoyable, it is slightly underrated.
Indra W (fr) wrote: I relate to the story somehow, a woman, impulsive yet self conscious with her gay best friend. A bohemian life. Interesting biography.
Francisco U (ru) wrote: Made with a shoestring budget but with outstanding results! this movie is a must!
Jason L (fr) wrote: As a Masterpiece Theater production, it's a bit slow and plodding but there are worthwhile segments throughout for the patient Vampire aficionado.
Daniel R (nl) wrote: Hiruko the goblin is a really fun and simple horror comedy directed by Shinya Tsukamoto, or at least as simple as Shinya would have it. It's also a nice temporary fix released between tetsuo and tetsuo 2, and a refreshing and sylish nod to american style horror, like evil dead. people
Hill Man (ca) wrote: One of my favorite movies. You have to be a "special" person to get this one.
Domonique T (kr) wrote: Tyler Perry Films never seize to make me laugh. However I find that majority of his movies seem to be the same, just with a different plot. Although Perry seems to be stuck in his same routine, Madea's Witness Protection is still a great watch.
nefnie l (ru) wrote: In this midlife crisis fantasy film, William Powell plays a married man turning 50, falling in love with a much younger woman. Nothing new here, except for the fact she's a mermaid. What could have been a comedy along the lines of Incredible Mr. Limpet, this film failed to come anywhere close. Even the great Powell seemed to be bored, as he lacks his usual charm and energy. I had such high expectations for this film.