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Emil S (br) wrote: Whoa! where'd this come from?
Olivia P (jp) wrote: Such an amazing movie. The perfect combination of drama, fluff, heart-pounding moments, laughs, and cake. Visually, this was just stunning. The directing was incredible. Most of the time, mangas adapted for the film screen are god awful. But this, is how it's done. The plot was definitely unique and captivating. Kim Jae Wook, you are a god. You just keep getting better and better. An impressive, hilarious, and raunchy cake-filled thriller.
Heather A (it) wrote: Tearjerker alert. A nice story though.
Jim L (br) wrote: Really bad movie - though I liked the David Lynch character
Jaime R (ca) wrote: Despite being rather dramatized, I was particularly impressed by Condon's writing and McKellen's performance.
Janne C (mx) wrote: 1 star for the movie, 1 star for the babes.
Hannah D (us) wrote: This is a very charming film about a young boy on the brink of becoming a teenager who is having a very early-life crisis. He faces losing his mother to terminal illness and is starting to like girls. I am not surprised this was nominated for an Academy Award.
Vadim D (ca) wrote: A great story combined with great acting and a unique blend of drama, comedy, and suspense equals to a memorable film
Shane L (ag) wrote: Following the ancient Hollywood tradition of studding popular works of literature to the hilt with top-names, this film dared to take a crack at one of Agatha Christie's most involved and constricted crime-thrillers, "Murder on the Orient Express." tough Bergman takes home the Oscar for her commendable supporting role, it really isn't practical to leave out the rest of the equally-superb cast, in particular Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall and Vanessa Redgrave among others (Sadly, we don't see anything interesting from the more-than-capable Anthony Perkins, who is shamefully typecast a la Norman Bates). Masterfully crafted and painstakingly written, this movie excels in most facets of film-making, but it still stands for me that murder-mysteries make the most exciting books and the most ponderous movies. This film, however, comes damn close to making me rethink my opinion, even with its two-hour run-time. It may be a bit slow for some, but this movie is anything but intolerable, and miraculously holds tension like a taut rope throughout. And it is an egregious understatement to say that its lush musical score by Richard Rodney Bennett is absolutely charming.
Aaron W (ag) wrote: One of the stranger documentaries ever made. It's a curious amalgam of clips from Yugoslavia's first talkie, present day interviews with the cast, high flying feats of daring, World War II footage, and poetry among other things; with each medium evoking another in what becomes a continuous stream of almost experimental imagery. It may not be one of the director's best works, but it certainly is a fascinating look at a culture pulled off with Makavejev's signature streak of comedy and eccentricity.
Roy W (nl) wrote: Gets off to a slow start but is strangely mesmerizing and offers a few good laughs. Toni Collette puts in a great performance.