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Eddie A (ca) wrote: Very good documentary
Kriss T (fr) wrote: A film that relies on its audience to already be on board with the franchise and having watched the original. It mimics what we have seen before and attempts to make sense of it all however never fully does and instead delivers a slow burn tension piece were loud bangs are the main scare. Towards the end a more drastic turn takes place but it begins to sway into laughable and predicatable rather than frightening. The style is a good idea but at only two in the franchise already feels stale and over done. Sometimes horror producers need to know how to quit when ahead.
Frank H (us) wrote: The crazy thing is, there's a large group of people who thought this movie should be filmed, and they actually went through with it. I could lie to you and say that there isn't a black character in the movie named Mandingo, but then I'd be robbing you of a very good reason to just watch nothing instead of this movie.
Jennifer L (nl) wrote: The plot of this movie is common, but how violent, yet discreet the violence happens within closed doors is what made this movie unforgettable.
Aaron J (ag) wrote: This film really lives up to its tagline "Love Is Not A Race". Jeremy Renner and Gabrielle Union really give such soulful and sweet performances. The film centers around a neo nazi named Ned Nelson who is in jail for SUPPOSEDLY killing an African American. Then he meets an African American woman named Rachel who claims to channel Adolf Hitler. Don't let the synopsis get you wrong the film isn't one of those disturbing dramas, this film is actually a comedy in some places. This film is actually quite beautiful and it show you the true nature of how far love can take you. Jeremy Renner gives a performance for the ages.
Jack C (br) wrote: Funny And Brillant !!!
Barry M (es) wrote: Sad, beautiful film noir based on a book by Jim Thompson. Great acting, great direction.
Hans J E (kr) wrote: Just when I thought I had seen it all from Herzog, along comes this 1970-feature that is so strange that I have not got words to describe it. Herzog just doesn't do the same thing twice it seems.
Chris M (us) wrote: Gene Kelly stars in this timeless musical masterpiece as a silent film star working on his first talking picture with his romantic co-star (Jean Hagen), his best friend (Donald O'Connor), and a promising new actress (Debbie Reynolds). Many complications arise during the production, among them are his co-star's obnoxious voice and the microphones capturing the wrong sounds. Will their first "talkie" be a success or a disaster? This picture is a pure delight from start to finish with wonderful musical numbers including the title tune, "Good Morning", and "Make 'Em Laugh". Singin' in the Rain also has an equally delightful script by Betty Comden and Adolph Green that is hilarious yet affectionate at capturing Hollywood's rough transition into talking pictures.