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Justin B (br) wrote: Like a hyper budgeted student film. Nonsensical plot that goes nowhere, cheap effects and a pitiful runtime. I still love the poster though.
Julie T (it) wrote: J'ai vraiment rigol tout en tant mue
Sophia H (es) wrote: Amazing romance movie with an incredible cast. Have seen it multiple times, each time it is even better!
Devon (nl) wrote: Set in 1971 communist China is the tale of two young men sent to live in the mountains to be "re-educated" as peasants in the Chairman Mao method. One is the son of a dentist, the other is a violinist, and both are considered "reactionists" because of their apparent intellectualism. The mountain villagers are painted as savages, with no knowledge of technology or high art (they think the violin is some sort of toy which they pass around and bang on like chimps) and a serious distrust of anything foreign. The two young men are quickly forced into menial labor, hauling buckets of human waste to be used as fertilizer and hauling rocks out of the tiny mine shaft. One day, the community tailor comes to the village, along with his teenage granddaughter, and both boys quickly fall in love with her. She's not like the other peasants, she has a curious mind that doesn't necessarily fall in line with Mao's ideals. She steals the boys' alarm clock and takes it apart to see how the animal on the face worked. She builds models of the airplanes she sees fly overhead. The boys decide to teach her to read, and they find a stash of banned books one of the other re-trainees has smuggled into the village. "Xiao Cai Feng" is fairly subtle in it's demonstration of the evils of ignorance in a totalitarian society, unfortunately the same subtlety isn't applied to the love triangle element of the story. However, it is a beautiful and compelling (well, most of the time it's compelling) movie nonetheless.
Luke G (br) wrote: Wasabi is a little too fast paced for it's own good and Ryoko Hirosue's performance is so excessively boisterous it's beyond irritating. Jean Reno's performance is the only thing that saves this movie.
Jordan K (mx) wrote: Encino Man is absolutely one of the worst films I have ever seen. Ok, maybe it's not that bad, but it was so awful that I stopped an hour in. One of the awfully cliched teen movies of the early 90s that tries to blend in Bill and Ted and Wayne's World humor and miserably fails.The story's pretty simple. Sean Astin and Pauly Shore find a frozen caveman (Brendan Fraser) in their backyard and try to hide him from their parents, get him adjusted to modern day lifestyles, etc. It's surfer dude humor from there, and there wasn't one moment when I laughed. Of course, any sane person wouldn't ever really laugh at a movie with Pauly Shore. A definite one to skip. For fans of REAL humor, you'll hate Encino Man for sure.
Joshua F (nl) wrote: Cheesy and dated but still funny and good-natured.
Garrett C (us) wrote: Ballad of a Soldier is a brilliant gem of mid-century Soviet cinema that will take you by surprise. It's lyrically unassuming, but not boring. It's moving and thoughtful, but not too sentimental. It has the episodic nature of life, combining the mundane and the extraordinary.
Ashley H (ru) wrote: Girl Crazy is an entertaining film. It is about a rich kid who has a taste for wine, women, and song but not for higher education. Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland give excellent performances. The script is well written. Norman Taurog and Busby Berkeley did a great job directing the movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the romance. Girl Crazy is a must see.
Gregg C (kr) wrote: The origional "The Boy", and, as usual, far better
Sarah S (kr) wrote: Got potential but did not live up to it.
James E (gb) wrote: I felt like this was just plain cool to watch, and seemed like a good war movie with ships, complements to Russell Crowe's leadership.
Allegra L (nl) wrote: I feel like I saw this trailer a year ago