Standard camp shenanigans and romance amongst the counselors and the campers at a lake front summer camp.
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Rod G (mx) wrote: Bravo Martin Papazian
Sam W (ag) wrote: Good animation, but the overall concept is daft and the stereotypical characters, disjointed scenes and lack of comedy results in an unmemorable children's film which has a very forced, albeit morally positive, message.
Graham M (jp) wrote: Decent concept but could have been told better.
Heather H (ag) wrote: Pretty decent movie but I didn't get into it.
Faisal A (mx) wrote: Displaying boobs, brawn, and brain Angelina Jolie renders a splashy performance. The ingredients are in place for a movie that could be a blast. But it sadly fails during execution. Delivers a rollicking good time, and doesn't aspire to more.
Braeden F (br) wrote: I'm only half way done the book and Michael Crichton makes the gorilla's more realistic than the costumes do in this film
Matt D (kr) wrote: This is the sort of film that defines an entire generation, perhaps even the American Civilization itself. I can surely say to you that if you have not seen this film, you have not lived. Given, I've not seen the film either as whoever was responsible for lighting on the set must have been blind, but that is another matther entirely. If that hasn't convinced you, this will- Jesse Ventura as a 10,000 year old intergalactic cop. Jazz music, answer boxes, and explosions! SEE THIS MOVIE
Jeremy N (nl) wrote: A star-studded cast make this one worth watching.
Irina S (nl) wrote: That was a trip into 80's lol
Tom R (it) wrote: (4 Stars) Before The Artist there was another silent movie called... well, Silent Movie. And this Mel Brooks comedy captures all of the charm and fun of a Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton film. It really is hard to act with only your body but when you can pull it off, it's great. And boy, did the team of Brooks, Marty Feldman, and Dom DeLuise pull it off, This is very funny stuff; the slapstick and (title carded) wordplay along with the celebrity cameos are great. Paul Newman, James Caan, and Anne Bancroft among others are there long enough to get a joke across, but not short enough for a quick paycheck. I know Silent Movie isn't as iconic as Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, or Spaceballs, but it is still very funny and a funny film on Brooks' resume.
Michael W (us) wrote: A funnily pretentious film, but the first forty something minutes are very boring until out of the blue a scene in the bath tub grabs you at your CGI heart strings and the horror finally begins only to eventually fall back into uninteresting plot that tries not to take itself seriously only adding fire to the flames. The only thing great about this film is its visual and special effects. As a horror film it is not scary nor frightening, only in one scene with the family that met there slithery end is when it get a little close to sinister. Along with a plot ripped from another film Invasion of The Body Snatchers, get ready to watch a film made by a film-crew that would not know horror if it forced it way down there throats. A asteroid crash-lands on earth in an American southern town, that will be the new breeding place for an alien race that has lived for millions of years, but some-how falls in love with an earth-girl.
Scott S (gb) wrote: Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967) -- [6.5] -- Director John Huston unites Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor for their only screen pairing in this adaptation of the perverse Carson McCullers novel. Brando plays a sexually repressed Army major who turns a blind eye to his wife's (Taylor) extramarital affair while simultaneously finding himself drawn to a mysterious young cadet who spends his days running naked through the woods and his nights as a peeping tom. The provocative subject matter is well handled by Huston, whose only mis-steps are bathing the entire film in a piss-yellow hue and whiplash-inducing camera movement in the film's final, climactic shot. Good performances from Brando, Taylor, and supporting stars Julie Harris and Robert Forster. Best scene is one after Taylor learns Brando has brutally beaten her favorite horse. She marches home to him and, surrounded by party goers, lashes him repeatedly across the face with a jockey whip. Brando takes it like a man in a moment so protracted that Huston is able to slow-dissolve to the next scene.
Lee M (us) wrote: Fairly fun romantic comedy that's just a bit too cute for it's own good.
Geoff J (jp) wrote: Fine drama come comedy,
Mara M (ru) wrote: Interesante para los que atraviesan por una separacin.
Debbie B (au) wrote: It is a great family movie