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Steve S (kr) wrote: Nice piece of historical drama based on true events. The acting is top notch and the subject makes for a good right vs. wrong story. The cinematography is also top notch.
Philippe P (es) wrote: L'air de rien, en plein dans le mille.
David S (gb) wrote: A TV movie that probably would have worked better as a straight play and that's hardly surprising with Mamet involved in the scripting and directing. Mirren is very good and Pacino is....well, Pacino! His acting is excellent but he never convinces as Phil Spector. The overall film is probably too sympathetic to Spector and has no regard for the victim so the whole thing needs to be taken with a pinch of salt and the fact that it finishes before the trial reaches a verdict is annoying but it is still entertaining viewing.
william b (au) wrote: Greg Evigan is my favorite in this western, and the acting from Van Dyke is American manliness on par with the western classics. And while this is not an authentic western, the actors performed as if they were in a great movie. Cheers for their professionalism. The sets looked good, too.
Aksel Z (it) wrote: m 1/4zikler m 1/4thi tat brakt, ah bi de sonu byle olmasayd.
Claudia V (gb) wrote: Horrible, predictable, nonsense movie....
Jeff B (mx) wrote: It's hard to like a spoiled brat. Interesting only from a technical standpoint.
Nadia K (ag) wrote: modified version of true romance, just this time christian slater take the other side. but "love lies..." unfortunately hasnt got tarantino as the writer.
Scott C (mx) wrote: The Kids in the Hall was often a very funny show. The feature film just didn't work.
Al M (ru) wrote: In a market overpopulated with zombie crap thanks to the Walking Dead, The Battery arrives as truly independent and fresh take on the genre that blends comedy together with genuine human drama to achieve truly spectacular and introspective effect. The film features awesome acting, directed, and writing, and manages to keep the viewer constantly engaged despite the relative lack of action. Somewhere between Clerks and Cormac McCarthy's The Road, The Battery explores the loneliness, existential angst, and desire in the wake of a zombie apocalypse. A film equally about repression and macho posturing, it subtly walks the line perfectly between black comedy and existential drama without ever catering to cheap laughs or emotional manipulation.