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Tony A (es) wrote: excellent depiction of vegans and the worst movie I have seen in years.
Kyle M (au) wrote: It's overflowed with family values, sweetness and kindness as this sequel's better, cuter and funnier even though Lopez, who performed his usual as a comedian and a family man, was the only of the original cast who reprise his role. (A-)(Full review coming soon)
Spencer S (kr) wrote: A Chorus Line is about how hard it is to get that dream gig on Broadway, and this documentary looks into that as well, as thousands audition for a turn in the 2008 revival of A Chorus Line. You watch as casting directors make the tough decision, actors and dancer and singer oh my are cast asunder or make their big break, and history is revived and made in that instant. Beautiful film.
Lubo G (au) wrote: the movie that makes you think about your life and makes you laugh too.
Miranda D (ca) wrote: This movie here was beautiful, one that is sure to move one.
Santosh N (de) wrote: Good for a few laughs. I really LOL'ed at the scene were Arshad Warsi tries to throw sand into Sanjay Dutt's face.
Julie L (br) wrote: If you like horror films and want to see something different from the usual gore soaked zombie films or silly vampire/werewolf romances, Knife Edge just might be the ticket. A young Wall Street exec moves back to England with her son and husband to a country estate and soon begins to have frightening visions, making her wonder about the house's past. Her young son's increasingly strange behavior along with what seems to be underhanded dealings between her brother and husband only heightens her sense that something is terribly wrong. As the story unfolds, she begins to realize that her new home's sinister and bloody history are closer to her than she could have known. The conclusion brings a twist to this retro style story.
Tia D (br) wrote: Amazing movie! Even with subtitles it was so easy to follow. I can watch it over & over.
Sam S (ru) wrote: This was an excellent concert film. I really liked it. I'm not a big fan of The Grateful Dead but they were great in this movie. Also The Band and Janis Joplin put on excelllent performances in this movie and so did Buddy Guy. I kinda think of this movie like a sequal to Woodstock with great music when the counter-culture was starting to die down. This movie is sure to be a favorite for fans of The Grateful Dead, The Band, or Janis Joplin.
Chris W (jp) wrote: 90s indie I'm curious about
Nick O (ag) wrote: Art house horror masterpiece, battered in dreamy, seedy passion and served drunk with punchy Spanish style.
Douglas C (us) wrote: Peter Cushing,(first twins in Playboy)
Michael G (nl) wrote: About 40 minutes into 5 Dolls For an August Moon, one of the characters says something about everyone waiting for something to happen and it never does. That pretty much sums up this movie. It's got none of the gore or sleaze that later Bava movies are known for, but at the same time it's got none of the style of his earlier works either. And that twist at the end isn't even really worth it, but the goofy score and the saucy Italian women save this one from being a total waste.
Art S (au) wrote: Visconti's version of James M. Cain's The Postman Always Rings Twice preceded the (first) Hollywood version by about 3 years, but they seem worlds different. The Italian version takes its cues from neorealism (although neorealism like this feels less real and more staged these days) whereas the Hollywood movie is definitely noir. As such, the crime of John Garfield & Lana Turner seems much more pre-meditated than that of Clara Calamai & Massimo Girotti (which in fact happens off-screen, unless I was dozing off). The Italians are more swept up by passion (as opposed to lust) and seem less aware of the financial incentives of the crime, making their fate somehow more romantic/traumatic than existential/traumatic.
Kenneth B (ag) wrote: It is always nice when 'classics' easily justify their reputation. I can see why this is so admired.
Gary Z (es) wrote: Pretty good for a "family" movie. Helena and I had a harder time holding back the tears than the kids did.
Sam B (mx) wrote: Hilariously bizarre and well-paced in its escalation of insanity, this Roger Ebert-scripted film is, nonetheless, a sleazy and roughly-edited work of nonsense. It has a lot to say, and even more to show, but it ultimately doesn't feel like it's about anything in general.