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Luis T (de) wrote: An OK action film. Van Damme's performance is the real highlight of the film, also has decent fight scenes.
Simon S (es) wrote: As, ahem, expendable as The Expendables 2 may be, one cannot deny the B-movie pleasures and eminent charm that comes from its old-school action and star-stuffed cast.
Isaac H (ca) wrote: The only thing that separates Paranormal Entity from the Paranormal Activity series is lower quality acting, directing, production, and plot... followed by a shot of cleavage at the very end.
Joseph L (de) wrote: Supermega awesome. One of the best on netflix.
Renato O (ag) wrote: Yuji Yamada is an amazing filmmaker, I have enjoyed all his movies. Love and Honor is no exception. His samurai movies are very reminiscent of Kurosawa whilst bringing some new creative ideas. Not the average subpar Japanese movie, this director demands everything from his cast. Highly recommended!
Nathan G (it) wrote: Somebody should watch this, they made it and it shouldn't go to waste
Ungira P (gb) wrote: a feel good realistic movie. loved it.. was a piece of therapy.
Sunil J (ag) wrote: Really great movie about family and acheiving dreams.
Ian R (kr) wrote: Very well put together and all, but I'm not so sure that it ever really rises above its parts to become anything more. Neat to see, but nothing transcendent...
Randy P (br) wrote: Its a bored flick with a really pointless and not so terrifying plot. Unless of course you have a phobia of rats. You still have to admit that willard couldn't have been pkayed better by anyone other then Glover.
Aj V (mx) wrote: Can you fathom Raquel Welch as a super spy? If so, watch Fathom! I think the strangest thing about this movie is that her name is Fathom, who names their girl Fathom, or is it some kind of nickname? Another question: why does Flixster say this movie is rated nc-17? It's not rated, and it doesn't deserve that rating anyway. Okay, so I thought this movie was a good spy flick, and I liked Welch as a spy too. It's a good movie.
Tiberio S (ru) wrote: Some movies have a way of capturing time passage that can weaken the viewer at the knees, feeling a merciless victim to time, change, life and death. There's a scene between Yukie and Itokawa meeting up in Tokyo after not seeing each other for three years - it's been eight years since we first met them - and the way he talks about the past with the music, framing them against a timeless cityscape, their postures simple and still, hers shamed... It's all such a memoir feeling.Yukie pacing back and for day after day outside of Noge's is so beautifully staged and captured. Great set and lighting to favor weather changes - a rainy day, windy day, and sunny day when Noge finally bumps into her.Yukie is hard to read, a sequence of events between her and Noge reveals her to be bipolar. Things he may enjoy, like a worm or a movie, may cause her sudden out years of sadness.There's a moment Yukie struggles to carry a bail of hay after we've seen a montage of a disapproving community that considers anyone from Noge's family to be a traitor... Kurosawa uses a unique method of something like an offscreen studio audience laughing at her struggle. "Don't forget the struggle of freedom" we hear Yukie's father say amidst a montage of voice overs as she tirelessly sows.
Jason S (de) wrote: this was a pretty good james stewart movie
Anand K (it) wrote: A story about an idiot eating praying and loving. A new low for the horse face actress.
Ethan j (ru) wrote: "Do you believe in miracles?!"This is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, sports moment in the history of the world put onto the big screen and was a great and inspirational film. Kurt Russell played the late Herb Brooks very great. The story behind the Miracle on Ice taught me to never give up and to keep on going through the toughest situations. Great job, Disney!
Kevin P (kr) wrote: While not my favorite Wes Anderson movie, this is nonetheless an effective capture of human awkwardness and dramatic irony; complete with the charismatic cast and unique cinematography that are infamous in Wes Anderson movies.
Ale L (fr) wrote: Ok, THIS IS REALLY PUSHING IT! This is an exact replica of the first movie! Only this time, THEY ALL SUCK. What a failure!