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Jonathan L (ag) wrote: One of my fav animated movies. Love The evil villain support group. If you're into video games You'll this movie. If you're not you also will too.
John R (de) wrote: A lot of false information and fallicious reasoning.
Matt C (fr) wrote: Steve Coogan is the man
Molly R (ca) wrote: A wonderful adaptation of the graphic novels.
Buddy A (fr) wrote: It sucks for the most part with some good parts thrown in for density.
Craig M (us) wrote: As charming as EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP was as an analysis of the contemporary art world, this is its antithesis, a sad little affair, really. What is annoying here is that said analysis nee deconstruction is the mask of what's really going on. Underneath that facade, Paul H-O reveals himself as a bitter/ depressed ex-boyfriend who wants the viewer to feel sorry for him as he is "done wrong" by the big, bad art world, too elitist and hostile to recognize his own talent, and his ex-girlfriend, Cindy Sherman. Billed as a "quirky valentine" to Cindy Sherman, it really amounts to a rant against her and his jealousy of her success.
Louise B (au) wrote: Didnt watch all of the beginning, but I didnt feel like I had missed something. An okay movie if there's nothing else on.
Vinay C (nl) wrote: Felt like a remake of 'Bridge on the River Kwai'.. Not a great flick for a true-story!
Susie T (us) wrote: A Van Damme/John Woo treat...One of Van Dammes best since Bloodsport and Kickboxer...
Reno V (kr) wrote: How long can you hold your breath?The 1989 'Leviathan' is part of the wave of many underwater-movies that appeared after the success of Cameron's 'The Abyss'. I agree that the claustrophobic location and creaturely-suspense are compared to 'Alien' and 'The Thing'. Although it had an impressive cast with Peter Weller (Robocop), Richard Crenna (Rambo Trilogy), Daniel Stern (Home Alone) and Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), 'Leviathan' did not get the fame it deserved. On the last day of their 90 day project a team of seven deep-sea miners, working for the Tri-Oceanic Corporation, stumble upon a wrecked Soviet ship, 'The Leviathan'. Two of the miners enter it and retrieve a closed safe. Back at their underwater base the team agrees to open the safe. Inside they find documents of the deceased crew of 'The Leviathan', a videotape and a bottle of Vodka. While Commander Steven Beck (Weller) takes away the liquor, another team member Sixpack (Stern) is able to hide a flask. Bowman, who saw this, convinces Sixpack to share the Vodka with her.The following day Sixpack feels sick and gets examined by Doc Thompson (Crenna), who discovers strange markings on his back. He's infected with something. When Sixpack dies eight hours later, Doc and Beck decide not to tell the others to avoid panic. But what they don't see, is that the corpse of Sixpack is mutating. And just then, Bowman begins to feel ill and hell is about to get lose...
James M (kr) wrote: Engaging Disney fantasy with elements of The Wizard Of Oz & Treasure Island. Good fun for the family.
Henry F (jp) wrote: Oh yeah, real 'moral dilemna'Kill 3 terrorists getting on their suicide bomb vests before they go out and kill about 80 marketplace people apiece, OR, let kill them at the expense of one person (made to be a cute, lovable, adorable little girl).There may be good 'moral issue' movies out there' , but this isn't one of them - unless you're 16 and live in a fairyland where you can stop bad people without ever, ever inadvertently hurting the innocent.