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Ashton B (ru) wrote: I'm 8 but I like it and I'm not scared
Justin P (au) wrote: Coming from a person who can appreciate a bad horror film, don't waste your time. Terrible movie.
Alexander C (es) wrote: Havent seen yet. Looks like it could be watchable.
Private U (fr) wrote: An Americanized German zom-com that was pretty predictable, but I was still entertained.
Monica F (jp) wrote: The more I watch Brazilian movies, the more I like them. I like the cinematography, always full of vivid colors and gorgeous landscapes. I like the stories of every day human struggle against an overwhelming and overpowering nature. I like the performances and the shine of hope that life can be a little bit better.
Gregory G (it) wrote: The English setting of Thomas Hardy's novel "The Mayor of Casterbridge" has been transplanted by Michael Winterbottom to the cold, snowy winters of the Sierra Nevada in 1869, after the gold rush. Peter Mullan is Dillon, the founder and ruler of the town of Kingdom Come. He is confronted by a past sin with the arrival of his wife (Nastassja Kinski) and daughter (Sarah Polley) he sold years ago for a gold claim. Milla Jovovich is Dillon's lover and owner of the town brothel. Wes Bentley is a railroad surveyor with plans of building a railroad that passes through the town. The tragic story of Dillon is symbolic of the death of the frontier which is contrasted with the emergence of the industrial revolution with the expansion of the railroad. Delicately textured, the superb cinematography by Alwin H. Kuchler captures the harsh conditions of frontier life in the Pacific Northwest and makes it poetic. There are obvious similarities to Robert Altman's classic "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" and an elaborate staging of the transportation of a large house in the snow suggests Herzog's "Fitzcarraldo." This is a haunting, unique Western that has a devastating sadness. It was largely ignored during the theatrical release.
Tom H (au) wrote: decent enough comedy. the scenes with John Cleese was by far the funniest in this film.
David O (es) wrote: I was amazed at the part where mcbain shoots the piolet of the adjacent fighter plane directly in the head whilst in flight and with no shattered windows in either plane. Walken must have been amazed when he read the script for that part. I also love his reaction when he see's his old friend get shot in the head on tv in the news. Pure gold.
Larry M (mx) wrote: I hadn't seen this since back in the dark ages, and it was kind of interesting to see a young Colin Firth in one of his earliest roles. He plays Adrian LeDuc, the owner of a cinema in Buenos Aires whose business has fallen on hard times. In order to increase his cash flow, he decides to rent out the room in his apartment that once belonged to his mother, who is now inststutionalized. He gets more than he bargained for in the person of Jack Carney (Hart Bochner), an American who claims to work for a computer company, but whose hours of work are very irregular. LeDuc eventually becomes quite dependent on Carney, who also ingratiates himself with many of LeDuc's neighbours. Carney is a cool customer, except when he wakes up screaming from nightmares and has to be consoled by LeDuc. The two men develop a weird, symbiotic relationship and when it inevitably turns out that Carney is not who he claims to be, LeDuc is willing to do whatever is necessary to protect the man he sees as his only friend.Not a great film by any means, but an intriguing one, made all the more so by the beautiful Buenos Aires locations.
Tony H (nl) wrote: Strong entry in a fun horror franchise. Vickie's death was memorable because it was creepy and sad.
Catherine D (jp) wrote: C Vrm Bon ste Film la !! C triste mais c Trop bon !!
JD (ca) wrote: Mel Brooks always impresses me with his really funny movies and the movie Silent Movie is yet another great Mel Brooks movie. Even though the whole movie is silent and there's a lot of slap stick in it the movie still managed to make me laugh, but I'm not really that shocked because this being a Mel Brooks movie I knew I was in for some great Comedy. This movie doesn't just have great Comedy it in, but it actually has a pretty clever story to it as well, like it's a silent movie about three guys trying to make a silent movie I think that's incredibly funny and just brilliant. I also loved that Mel Brooks plays the lead character because that just made the movie even funnier and even more entertaining. The celebrity cameos in this movie were also really funny, this movie has James Caan, Burt Reynolds, Paul Newman and Anne Bancroft cameo in this movie and they all were great to watch. I think this entire movie was great to watch, it had your typical Mel Brooks humor in it which I always like and it has old school slap stick in it which I didn't mind. So this movie was very good, it's not the best Mel Brooks movie but it's not suppose to be, it's just suppose to be a fun Comedy, which it was.
Andy P (jp) wrote: Sunday afternoons during the 70's.....classic
Laurel S (gb) wrote: Really good but i dont watch that much cuz it just make me sad
Madeline S (de) wrote: Charming 1952 comedy, beautifully photographed in technicolr that emphasizes the green beauty of the English countryside. The Squire agrues to keep the railroad open so that the little village of Titfield will not become clogged with buses and lorries, and the houses have numbers instead of names. A lovely slice of the past.
Steve R (us) wrote: What I was expecting to be an epic fight-fest turned out to be an interesting character-driven film with some interesting moral discussion.