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Kari P (mx) wrote: Such a cute movie about a love that one could only have for a dog. I did think it was a bit ridiculous that they spent extra time on vacation to find a dog. Their lives were brought closer together because of this lost dog.
Yasmin W (ru) wrote: Very moving. Very inspiring. Very powerful. All the people of South Africa are very courageous.
Kyle M (br) wrote: The pirate tale has some clever lines as this is an ordinary Muppets family film with same levels, especially the humorous comic. (B)(Full review coming soon)
Matt M (jp) wrote: A blood drenched love triangle based among a group of Australian skinhead between the leader of the neo-Nazi group, his best friend and an epileptic helpless girl. Violence and tension, as well as a powerful performance by Crowe. However, it's hard to emotionally connect with this film until the final sequences.
Nelson M (au) wrote: Okay, first of all, do not expect historical or even temporal accuracy. What you do need to expect is an Acid Western in the vein of El Topo. If you can do that then you will get what Alex Cox is going for with Walker. This is a rather good film following the story of William Walker, but with many many liberties taken from it. A spiritual successor to the film "Burn!", Walker is a fun, violent, politically striking film which deals directly with imperialism and American interventionism. Walker is full of bizarre iconography and isn't in touch with it's own reality, but at no point does it ever compromise it's vision for what we think is right. If we allow Quentin Tarantino get away with re-writing WWII, then surely we can allow Alex Cox to do the same with Walker. At times the images are rather brutal, but never strays too far from camp value either. This is a funny film but it hits us with real truths and forces us to recognize them.
Jason M (br) wrote: Chariots Of Fire is a Best Picture winner that deserves the Oscar, unlike so many others (e.g. The Social Network). The biographical story is very true to fact, unlike so many others (e.g. The Social Network).Well acted, well scripted, great cinematography and great soundtrack by Vangelis, including the theme song hit. Why can't films use synthesizers in the score as they did in the 70s and 80s? They often sound so good with films.A great historical story deserves a great film to preserve it for eternity. This film does the events and characters justice. This film was a huge critical and box office success. As you can see, today's "groupthink" critical minions no longer think so. Fair to them, the film has not held up well 35 years after its release. This is not as complex and sophisticated as many movies of today, but still provides a perfect cinematic viewing every time.
Thomas K (us) wrote: One of the very best films of 1975 and that's really saying something. Robert Towne's screenplay is perfection.
Jacob K (us) wrote: This is a classic. Grew up with it and just got the dvd, I love it!
Wes S (kr) wrote: It's premise isn't bad, but the film just wasn't done well. The plot is decent but a bit scrambled. The acting isn't too good, and the film drags on a bit. It has its high points, but still it wasn't as good as it could of been.
David A (ru) wrote: kinda boring if I remember correctly but Jackson is still awesome especially in the ending
Marco C (es) wrote: Great British classical sci-fi movie and a realistic description of the journalistic profession...
Daniel P (br) wrote: "I can't see anything!""There's nothing to see."Surreal, enigmatic and incredibly eerie and uncomfortable set of tangentially connected horror films, that resemble the short stories of Stephen King in tone and content (specifically, those found in Everything's Eventual). The way some of them feel incomplete is perversely one of the film's many strengths. More please.