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Commando 2 torrent reviews
Terry D (mx) wrote: Sad movie. Mostly because it's something that could happen to anyone. Didn't care for the ending but the movie itself really made me think about what could be but thankfully isn't.
Randy B (jp) wrote: A real treat for Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova fans, amazing music, raw footage, backstage conversations, and hardships & joy to their relationship. Wonderfully filmed to capture their story.
Budi G (fr) wrote: It's a cute little (gay) indie. The protagonist is a typical (read: plain looking) single gay man desperately looking for love. When he does, something goes wrong and he spends the duration of the movie trying to slove it. Nothing you haven't seen before, if you like gay indies and romcoms this is for you.
Carmela M (mx) wrote: The acting in this film is superb, except for maybe that camping scene where John's teenage kids legitimize his absence during their formative years. That scene has a writing/screenplay problem. Chad Lowe and Kristin Davis are especially amazing as John and Annie. I like how the character Annie is portrayed. I didn't know John Denver was so messed up (but then again we all are in one way or another). XD
Sofia (de) wrote: Drastically revisionistic in order to be able to tell the tale of how, late in the 1850s, a lone madman ignited the spark of war. It was produced in 1940, do I need to say more...? Overzealous in its message.
Kenny N (de) wrote: A morality play with a Hollywood gloss, yet none of the philosophical quandaries are comprised for the sake of commercial purposes. A rarity in this day and age.
Spencer H (ag) wrote: The Muppets are so funny and I enjoy watching them in any movie especially this one.
Austin F (gb) wrote: 83% O Brother Where Art Thou is plenty of fun comprised of a good soundtrack, and delightful and quirky comedy. While fitting in perfectly to the Great Depression setting.
Kenneth B (jp) wrote: The tagline for this film 'Greed is Good' is shamelessly pilfered from the most famous line in Oliver Stone's Wall Street. An early sign that Two for the Money knows little of originality. It is somewhere between Stone's film and Jerry Maguire with plenty in between. Pacino is phoning in while McConaughey has the star quality but not so much in the way of dramatic weight. This one will be forgotten before long.