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William C (kr) wrote: No matter what the approach of this film, it only solidifies the fact that this infautation on the part of Obama devotees (I can barely call them voters anymore--even Reagan doesn't get this kind of slobber) exemplifies that Obama's presidency ahs turned into a cult of personality.
Irene S (mx) wrote: Very interesting 55 minutes documentary about who Steve jobs was and how he became one of the most influential person in advance technology and bringing science and practical devices for everyone to enjoy. How Bill gates and him grew up together and were intertwine in each other lives. Very informative film
Jan C (es) wrote: ukoronowanie kariery Krystyny Jandy, sam film wstrz?saj?co smutny
Natalie C (au) wrote: Very good movie and cute.
Adam G (gb) wrote: Quirky and interesting. I thought it started out very promising, but tapered off quickly and failed to live up to the beginning. It's dream-like throughout, and the music is excellent, but overall uneven.
theresa g (kr) wrote: i haven't saw this new movie
Mark Bush A (us) wrote: i m son mr georgw w bush
Giuliano B (de) wrote: One of the funniest horror-comedies out there, bringing in the laughs and intensity. It's truly one of Edgar Wright's best films.
John H (es) wrote: It is what it is and I love it. It's not highbrow, its not witty, it says nothing about society or the world. It's just really funny
Joe E (gb) wrote: A proper look into working-class English life through the eyes of two NUFC fans, this very British comedy should appeal to most film goers although the football theme might put some people off. The characters are fun without being too cartoon-ish whilst the story kicks along at a good pace. Not great, but still good fun and a lot of heart.
James G (kr) wrote: 1of the worst movies i've seen
Keith T (es) wrote: A very good idea for a film, but I'm not so sure I buy into the actual details of the story completely; if The Americans have dropped an atom bomb on Japan and the Nazi's have ensured British capitulation by threatening to use one, why is Russia seemingly fighting on 20 years later? Also, Hitler, Goebels and Heydrich all seem to be in power 20 years later, which doesn't actually bear much resemblance to modern experience of others demanding the retirement of Thatcher, Blair etc afyer about 10 years in office, although perhaps the right comparison is Mao, Castro etc, where it might be true.
Eliabeth L (us) wrote: I finally saw it, and it was fantastic! Bette Midler has pipes, and her character was such a spit fire! I do not consider this a "lumpy attempt" at creating anything. Love it for what it is. The soundtrack is to die for too.
Francis L (jp) wrote: To describe it as a *time travel* film, or *science fiction* film is quite a mistake. It's a fantasy, which utilizes 'travel through time' as a minor plot element. Definitely one of those sentimental stories, but still quite fun - and sad - to watch. There is no need to try some fancy scientific explanation or some fancy machine to explain Reeve's time-shift - and that's what really sets this apart from similar attempts at a fantasy/science fiction mash-up. Essentially it's the classic story about how love transcends time. It reminds me of a dialogue sequence (between Ahmad and the Princess) from Alexander Korda's The Thief of Baghdad (1940):[At the pool]Princess: Who are you?Ahmad: Your slave.Princess: Where have you come from?Ahmad: From the other side of time, to find you.Princess: How long have you been searching?Ahmad: Since time began.Princess: Now that you've found me, how long will you stay?Ahmad: To the end of time.
Ryan S (nl) wrote: By far the weakest of the series, but still overall enjoyable
Micheline S (gb) wrote: i actually enjoyed this movie....for a comedy (which i'm not big on) not bad at all