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Ellen G (nl) wrote: Kunne ha vrt s mye mer koseligere hvis ikke bestemoren hadde mast s mye. Syntes det var litt slitsomt. Flott hus de bodde i.
Dave L (au) wrote: what an eye opener! I knew the world's water situation was bad but I always took North Americas water for granted. That will not happen anymore, I will do what I can and learn what I can to help preserve our water.
Margara M (it) wrote: am (C) la peli... es hermosa
James L (de) wrote: Full clichs and predictable characters Ken Loach is not cut out to make thrillers he should stick to what he is good at and that's social dramas about the working class.
Shaeda M (ca) wrote: This could have been so much better !!! I am a bit disappointed, why has it been dragged on for so long.... Nice songs, and Abhay Deol himself is worth watching =)
Connor F (br) wrote: You get exactly what you pay for. Stallone punches and shoots his way through every scene as though he hasn't lost a beat. Everyone else seems to take a backseat to Stallone trying to make his comeback, but he still does it with enough conviction and rugged demeanor to keep his old school action fans happy. While about as brainless as the title implies, Bullet to the Head shows some people don't get much worse with age, and there's plenty of unapologetic, over the top action.
James C (fr) wrote: Jack Ryan is not a great movie and yet I've suffered to watch it more than once. It's not worth critiquing except to say that I enjoy Christopher Pine and I really like Kevin Costner. Oh, and Kenneth Branagh is very good as the Russian baddy. Although it's a lightweight, clichd script, it's an enjoyable couch sitter. 3.5 Russian vodkas.
Starlet S (gb) wrote: Better than The Core
Richard D (it) wrote: I'm not sure that the Sergio Leone comparison invoked by the title is all that apt, but this is a marvellously fun action epic in it's own right. While it does involve what is effectively a long chase between three characters all seeking the same item, stylistically, this couldn't be less like Leone. It's energetic and constantly moving in a way Leone never is. While it never reaches his level of epic elegance, it starts with an amazing action set piece and moves rapidly through a series of them that are at times truly outstanding.
Keenan S (it) wrote: Lust, Caution is a superb espionage film set in Japanese-occupied Shanghai during World War II. While the plot about killing an important political figure isn't anything new, the way the film tells its story had my eyes glued to the screen for the 2.5-hour running time and the film was over in the blink of an eye for me. It's a slow-building espionage film, but I found myself totally involved in the story, especially how the main character drives herself further and further into such a dangerous situation using her beauty to seduce her target. However, as things get more heated between them, things become more dangerous for the femme fatale as her emotions begin to overcome her. It's a gripping film that takes the viewer for one hell of a ride full of drama, mystery, and suspense. While the film has proudly touted its NC-17 rating and has become controversial for its sex scenes, there is a lot more to the film than mere graphic sex scenes, but a powerful espionage film that should be seen by anyone who enjoys a good espionage film. It's a masterpiece, in short.
Heather D (ag) wrote: An Absolutely amazing movie!
Peyton C (ca) wrote: Sounds laughably bad.
Pavel S (ag) wrote: It's always nice to have friends. Friends like Harry.
Will T (gb) wrote: I feel better about myself now.
Stuart M (fr) wrote: It's alright. The acting is among the worst I've ever seen, particularly from their crazy landlord. It's never that scary (despite the creepy mask) and seems strangely unrealistic in its presentation of grief.
Anne F (gb) wrote: Que la Bete Meure was very watchable, the story of a man who wants to kill the hit and run driver who killed his son. The film was spoilt by the coincidences that made the film's story possible and by behaviour that didn't seem to fit in the interactions between the various characters.
Kip M (ru) wrote: Saw this in gerontology class and, while there's nothing particularly special about this flick (which probably wouldn't even be available were Marilyn Monroe not in it), there's kind of a certain sweetness to it that makes up for a lack of plot. Monty Wooley does a fine job as the able-bodied 65-year-old, who, after being forced into retirement, poses as the president of the new conglomerate that owns his employer in an effort to get his job back. The slapstick that ensues due to this mistaken identity certainly isn't groundbreaking but there's nothing wrong with a movie that just puts a smile on your face.
John S (fr) wrote: Hombre works brilliantly as a endlessly fascinating character study mostly due to Paul Newman's subtly spellbinding performance.
stephen p (es) wrote: Proper film every thing you want
Eric R (ag) wrote: Bob Merrick is an arrogant playboy whose wealth was left to him by his parents. One fateful day he is indirectly responsible for the death of the town's most loved and respected doctor. The doctor's wife refuses to except Bob's apologies because she believes he doesn't really even understand how. When she is accidentally blinded in a freak accident, Bob Merrick decides he must "do right" and unanimously help to fix her vision by any means necessary. While Bob spends time with Helen, under a different name so he can conceal his true identity, Helen begins to fall in love with Bob. not knowing that her physician is actually Bob Merrick, the man indirectly responsible for her husbands death. Magnificent Obsession is a strong work from Douglas Sirk dealing with issues of loss, love and compassion for others. Its a tad sappy at times and not nearly as lush or vivid visually as some of Sirk's other work but it still packs an emotional punch. That isn't to say that their isn't some fantastic imagery, particularly the scene where Jane Wyman's character wanders the house as night after returning from Europe. It's just not as vivid as say 'All that Heaven Allows'. Rock Hudson is well cast as the playboy and following his quasi-transformation as a human being is nice to watch. Jane Wyman is also great as the grieving wife who has her life flipped upside down. They have a good chemistry and its a pleasure watching them both together.