Boo, Zino & the Snurks

Boo, Zino & the Snurks

The beautiful world of Gaya is home to a community of creatures, who are much smaller than humans, but who have an uncanny resemblance to them. But the Gayans are facing imminent danger. ...

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Mira Mohd S (es) wrote: The best film of 2013!!..this one is sure to sweep all the major awards next year..especially the Best Actor for Farhan Akhtar!!

Glenn B (ag) wrote: Fantastic lead acting. Left emotionally devastated. Story is powerful.

Allan K (fr) wrote: Who was the witness? Title of the film is puzzling. I think Cheung Ka-Fai was better in "Red Rive"r than in this film. Nicholas Tse over-acts as usual.

Lauren P (nl) wrote: It leaves me with a smile every time.

Amanda H (kr) wrote: I tried watching this once before and didn't make it through the first 20 minutes. Finally got around to trying again, and I managed to sit through the whole thing, but I probably shouldn't have bothered. I like Billy Zane, but this is completely full of plot holes and terrible production. Don't waste your time.

Bryn C (fr) wrote: Mostly this film lacks believability and stability, but if you take it as a sort of suburban fairytale then it's full of personality and has some lovely moments.

Jaclyn Jackie B (kr) wrote: this movie is f**kn hilarious

Haley C (kr) wrote: Possibly the saddest dog movie ever.

Alexandre B (it) wrote: En termes de pur divertissement, le meilleur de la srie!

Luis C (kr) wrote: now i can finally say i've seen every Broken Lizard flick...not as good as the other 3 flicks but this is the early work and you could def. see the potential

Steve G (gb) wrote: Somebody in a studio office ok'd this. Probably the dumbest movie I've ever seen. But it makes for mindless Saturday entertainment. I watched this on Saturday the 14th.

Tanner B (us) wrote: 10 (1979) C-122m. [2 stars] D: Blake Edwards. Dudley Moore, Bo Derek, Julie Andrews. Moore is well cast as Hollywood musician who's hung up on his life and becomes highly infatuated with newly married Derek. Pompous, only occasionally funny film benefits from relevant casting and moments of real perception and truth. However, after about an hour it becomes humdrum. The director also wrote this one.

Bernard N (br) wrote: A low budget crime thriller, reminiscent of Funny Games, Misery, Hostage with some history flashback for some depth and some sexual energy. Decent watch

Martin T (br) wrote: Jeez, yet another "infiltrating the organization" noir. This one has a slightly unusual twist to it, as it doesn't involve any kind of law enforcement agency at all. The hero is hired by a tire factory whose employees are getting fleeced. It's a weird setup and rather implausible. It's got a few nice touches: some fleeting instances of interesting cinematography, crisp dialogue, and the tough guy performance by George Raft. But overall it's very by-the-numbers and doesn't bring anything new or very exciting to the table. Decent for some quick but forgettable entertainment, though.

Toby J (mx) wrote: Great performances from the young cast, and Robin Williams as always. However, it was always generally quite predictable.

Niar E (nl) wrote: I don't know why they named it "Twice Born" in English.. the Italian name means "Came to the world" and that is far touching.Yes, the movie is so nice, dense and cluttered though. I'm fond of this kind of melodrama, and Castelitto made it well here using the epic evocative mixture between the passion of motherhood and women torture in wars.The first 30 min is not that strong, and seems out of the rhythm, because it looks so normal, and then we involve in a harsh story of love in our way to reach the very deep end that can make us burst.Nice job from the actors.. I think Penelope Cruz is used to have this kind of romantic role with Almodovar, love Emile Hirsch too, as the man who can make us laugh at the very begining and cry at last. But I don't feel the demanded romantic chemistry between this couple, that maybe I find Cruz a bit dignified more than the role needs, and I think that Hirsch was not the best choice to paly the role of her beloved man.Nice power in colors, love the shaking throughout shooting to feel the hand of the cameramen, and above that a Splendid OST by Eduardo Cruz (I guess Penelope's brother).Definitely an expressive movie worths watching.

Eric R (nl) wrote: An overlooked noir about a washed up boxer whom relives his glory days, and urns to have one more chance at his title shot. John Payne really does a gread job as Ernie Driscoll, our hard-nosed ex-boxer whom really defines masculinity in his view of the world and himself. The script is really well written and as Driscoll's voyage towards one more shot at vindication moves forward, you just can't help but be brought in.