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Donna L (us) wrote: Kept my attention. I especially liked the small twist.
Jonan G (gb) wrote: Almost pushed through beyond mediocrity... unfortunately, just not quite making it.
Gary M (au) wrote: It was different to what I thought. It was ok to watch.
Cancelled U (jp) wrote: i love this show so much no not really
D Z (jp) wrote: Another awesome F&F film. It's actually just as good without Vin Diesel as it is with.
Sarfara A (de) wrote: Independent films have got liberty to take their plot and characterization to the level of audience-liking-them. We are very much in-debt to these independent films, which have filled our lives such Reservoir Dogs, Chop Shop, Man Push Cart etc. Since I am very much interested in foods, and I have always loved to see characters dining, either at home or in restaurants, such scenes have always increased my enthusiasm. Thank God, I finally could get this excellent movie from Bob Giraldi, who has taken total liberty to deal and interlock characters inside an Italian restaurant (Giraldi himself was owner of restaurant), which is supposedly a spot for mobsters. Here is restaurant owner who denies his links with criminal life, his son is master chef. From staff at kitchen to restaurant lobby, we have each single character filling devoid space with absolute entertainment. The movie explores various characters of in-demand characters with solid backgrounds, loan-shark, gambling, food-critic, police, mobster, intellectual, art, romance, film critic and so much more. I simply adore the work of lighting, the camera-man works his way through adjusting characters in compound places.
Tasos L (mx) wrote: A nice thriller, it got me bored a little, though..
Sam P (es) wrote: Wes anderson's first film with great performance and funny story. In this film there no obsession with symmetrical images.
Evan F (it) wrote: This rating is absurd. "In the Mouth of Madness" is one of the finest horror films ever made. Not just of Carpenter's films (although it is definitely one of his best), but of all horror movies. Very very few horror movies have ever actually scared me. This one did. Big time. Shut up, Rotten Tomatoes. 100%.
Senor C (de) wrote: Trashy sleaze w/ Wings Hauser in fine scummy form who'll fuck you up w/ his pimp stick..no wonder his character ended up in Terror in the Aisles
Steve W (it) wrote: A turning point in the series. While Itto Ogami tries to find a female tattooed assassin, his arch nemesis and son are plotting to kill him, leading into a ferocious battle that will only leave a few alive.Easily the most dramatic film of the series. The gut-wrenching tale of Oyuki, a talented fighter who is raped by her teacher and must leave, and many vassals are sent after her.The other plot line, the main enemy of the movie, Retsudo Yagyu, and his son manipulate a daiymo into trying to kill Itto, but it ends with a creative battle in some rock formations. A very bloody battle leaves Itto injured, but Gunbei and his father Retsudo are still alive and will meet again.I loved the symbolism at the end, Daigoro clutches his father's bloody hand after pulling the sword out of his back, so they may continue walking down the path of hell.
Clay B (nl) wrote: AMERICAN NINJA (1985)
Nathan W (ca) wrote: Really shows the psychological tolls our military was put under.
Allan C (au) wrote: Lawrence Kasdan was riding high a this point in his career having just written "The Empire Strikes Back," "Return of the Jeti," "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and has right before this just written and directed "The Big Chill." With "Silverado" Kasdan went the polar opposite of 1970s revisionist western and made an unabashedly romantic western that manages to thrown in just about every archetypal western story into one film and manages to pull it off. The story all manage to intersect around an evil cattle barron who manages to the be the source of strife for all the various storylines., when of course leads to a final showdown with the good guys from each of the storylinestkaing on the evil ranger. But although that makes the film sound rather trite, it's a wildly entertaining western that is lovingly writen, directed, scored (by Bruce Broughton), photographed (by John Bailey) and acted by a stellar cast that includes Kevin Kline as a reformed outlaw with a good heart, Scott Glenn as gunslinger hero characters, Danny Glover as an ex-slave moving out west to help his family, Kevin Costner in an early role as the comic relief brother of Glenn and Brian Dennehy (who's a real standout in the film) as an corrupt sheriff and old pal of Kline. There's also memorable smaller parts featuring John Cleese (who does a Monty Python inside joke), Jeff Goldblum, Linda Hunt (in her film debut), Rosanna Arquette, James Gammon, Jon Seneca, Lynn Whitfield, Jeff Fahey, Amanda Wyss, Richard Jenkins (also in his film debut) and the great character actor, Brion James. Of this stellar cast, beside Dennehy, this film really made me miss seeing Kevin Kline in more films. He's such a versatile actor doing heroic parts like this, to broad comedy in "A Fish Called Wanda" to drama like in "The Ice Storm" and do it all so well. Scott Glenn is also quite memorable as the classic Clint Eastwood/John Wayne gunfighter hero-type. I'd have like to seen him in more lead roles too. If there was ever a film called a rousing western, it was certainly this one. I'd maybe say this was the 80s equivalent to the 90s western "Tombstone," which also featured a stellar cast and was also harkening back to traditional westerns rather than more revisionist westerns like "Unforgiven," but doing so is a wildly entertaining and successful fashion.
Hehhehe H (au) wrote: Good But Claymation, Hard To Understand If Your From USA
Leonard D (fr) wrote: A great western, and sad that this doesn't get as much recognition as it used to!