Crazy is the story of a legendary guitar player who emerged from Nashville in the 1950s. Blessed with incomparable, natural talent, Hank Garland quickly established his reputation as the finest sessions player in Nashville.
- Stars:Filip Sovagovic, Velibor Topic, Slaven Knezovic, Marinko Prga, Borko Peric, Miro Barnjak, Bozidar Oreskovic, Enes Vejzovic, Izudin Bajrovic, Ljubomir Jurkovic, Robert Roklicer, Zvonko Zecevic, Dragan Suvak, Waylon Payne, Ali Larter, Lane Garrison, Scott Michael Campbell, David Conrad, John Fleck, Timothy Omundson, Brent Briscoe, Beau Baxter, Raymond O'Connor, Eden Rountree, Silas Weir Mitchell, David Agranov, Mandy Barnett, Allison Bibicoff,
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Matteo L (gb) wrote: very good movie...now I know what should be done or not during an exorcism rite...and the moral lesson: Father Luigi simply asked him to believe in God so the devil will get more close, but, Joe didn't...
Paul D (es) wrote: The main problem with this is that it was not scary enough to be a horror and not funny enough to be a comedy. That being said, I still found a fair amount of entertainment in this. However, the tone is so erratic that I doubt most people could get into this.
Keith W (us) wrote: Not as good as the first one, should be 3 stars, extra .5 stars for Daniel Wu, looks so cool :)
Grady H (fr) wrote: Decent premise, zombies in the Civil War, but it's just poorly developed.
David D (ag) wrote: With a fascinating idea based on a book, a well-told story, a wonderfully-crafted script full of fine dialogue by Simon Wells and Wendy Wells, a top-notch voice cast headed by Seth Munsky, Joan Cusack and Dan Fogler, great directing by Simon Wells, beautiful visuals, awesome scenes and sequences and a dynamic pace and flow, Mars Needs Moms is a Disney adventure you won't want to miss.
Mark K (de) wrote: a solid drama from a fantastic horror director.
Sarah L (it) wrote: Liked it bit but i thought she need to go off with the other guy hes better looking and funner.
Ryan V (nl) wrote: It's a very uneven film, but there are some great performances here. In particular, Mickey Rourke, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and Diane Lane contribute solid work.
Mike N (ru) wrote: reminded me of the kind of humor from the movie "happiness" which probably is not for everyone..but i thought it was pretty good.
Patricia M (it) wrote: very disappointing... I don't know why I wasted my time
Ben T (kr) wrote: "Dirty Harry" is a classic action flick with a great lead performance from Clint Eastwood, some really cool action sequences, and a killer villain.
Stephan A (gb) wrote: A special movie. It really takes its time, moving silently and slowly. Some incredibly beautiful pictures, a few horrible (but realistic) moments and a lot of spacy, nearly hypnotizing sequences in between.The movie shows how food is produced, without any real explanations or commentary. What intrigued me most is the small handful of people producing massive amounts of food and the clean, almost surreal way everything is done.Not a movie that'll rock your world, but if you have an hour and a half to spend, it will make you think (and not force an opinion on you).
Pierluigi P (br) wrote: A journey to redemption that is poetic and eerie in equal measures. A silent masterpiece.
Alex K (us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Scott M (es) wrote: Starting off my reviews of Christmas movies, Home Alone is an engaging and charming Christmas tale that I believe will be a timeless classic for the years to come. Funny from beginning to end, but also drives an emotional empathy for loneliness and family.
Brett H (fr) wrote: Rushmore is the break-out film for both star Jason Schwartzman and director Wes Anderson who established his off-beat, and wickedly funny style early on and has pretty much created his own genre to be identified with! Schwartzman completely owns the screen as a hilariously original character who excels at everything extra-curricular but absolutely fails when it comes to his academics and his quick-witted and pompous attitude lead to some of the funniest moments in the film. Bill Murray is also excellent here playing a varied and somewhat villainous role that reinvigorated his career and started a long-standing friendship with director Wes Anderson and subsequently appeared in every film he's made. The story is very simple with unattainable love being the big conflict, but with Anderson's brilliantly quirky style and hilarious brand of dark comedy the bigger moments are the exchanges between the characters with flawless dialogue. Schwartzman's character Max also writes and performs in elaborate plays that use as many special effects as an actual film and these are easily my favourite scenes in the film; the ending Vietnam play is outrageous! Wes Anderson films are one of a kind and if you're a fan of his work or off-beat films in general, this is a must-see.
Shelby H (ca) wrote: There are so few romantic comedies for lesbians. Honestly I expected it to end in a total tragedy like most lesbian movies. But instead I was happy to see something that ended happily for once.