Clean Slate

Clean Slate

Pogue is a private eye with a problem: every morning when he wakes up, he has total amnesia, waking up with a 'blank slate'. Since he is in the middle of a hot investigation and has a developing romance, this is less than convenient.

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Clean Slate torrent reviews

Veer G (us) wrote: Toy Story's animation is better than this and the sad part is that Toy Story came out in 1995.

Olivier S (fr) wrote: I am not quite sure why the critics did not like it. It was a wonderful film for me. I loved the pace, the music and of course the performance of these fantastic actors. A great character study...Quite a moving film. Annette Benning pierces the screen.

David J (ca) wrote: Well acted and emotional, FNL is the hardhitting, serious football film audiences have always wished Disney would make, but knew they couldn't. Thorton does a good acting job here, and the film accurately captures the insane pressure a non-industrial town can put on its local high-school football team. The strong southern twang in the dialogue got a bit exhausting for me though.

Erin S (es) wrote: I totally agree with the previous reviewer when he said..."A movie this simple has no right to be this good." I was amazed at this movie.

Matthew S (mx) wrote: Silly, goofy and totally disconnected from any level of reality, Penny Marshall's directorial debut is still a bit of fun thanks to Goldberg who almost manages to make the movie work.

Aj V (es) wrote: Love really is a many splendored thing, but you wouldn't know it by seeing this movie. Jones plays a woman doctor who's part Chinese and falls in love with an American guy, but she keep stressing over the fact that she's part Chinese as if that should keep them apart somehow, I mean no one can tell she's part Chinese so who cares? This movie got on my nerves.

Ira I (es) wrote: I just love this Batman story.

Tracy F (ca) wrote: Can't believe this movie is over twenty years old. I loved it then and love it now. And , yes, I still cry at it.

Paul B (au) wrote: Liked it. 80s references were great. Nothing epic but has moments.

Bethany K (mx) wrote: This would have been better as a short. The concept is cool, but a feature is far too long for this story.

Ben L (fr) wrote: I had every expectation that I was going to hate ParaNorman. First of all, I hate horror and zombies, so how could I possibly enjoy a movie that is almost entirely centered around those themes? Secondly, while I appreciate the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into stop-motion animation, I just don't like the look of it most of the time. So I started watching, and somehow this film leaped over those hurdles and genuinely charmed me. It totally took me by surprise that within this tale of horror lies a nice little film about the effects of bullying and how one can overcome the damage from being a victim. The characters were all unexpected and enjoyable. I particularly loved Norman's new-found friend Neil, and Neil's brother Mitch. Those two characters provided most of the big laughs for me. ParaNorman had more than a few funny moments, and continuously subverted my expectations. There's a surprise right at the beginning, and the film continued to give me little surprises throughout. There was even one particular moment (which I'd rather not spoil) where I was feeling a particular way about a scene and suddenly there is a shift and I realized that maybe I was rooting for the wrong thing all along. It's this kind of subversive plot that always pleases me, because so often screenwriters will utilize the same old tropes without breaking any new ground. ParaNorman is better than it has any right to be, and it's a movie that I will gladly recommend (although be warned that it's probably for older kids, because these dark themes might be a little scary for your little ones.)

Dorianator F (us) wrote: The movie wasn't as good as I thought it would be. It wasn't very emotional, it didn't have too much substance to it, it didn't pull me in. But, the performances from Reeves and Phoenix were top notch