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Daniel G (ca) wrote: Muy buena pelicula, llena de accin y personajes interesantes.
E L (jp) wrote: A very confusing drama/comedy/thriller about two gangsters trying to outwit each other. It's not really clear what's going, despite the best efforts of the actors and scriptwriters.
Michael V (br) wrote: I thought it was decent, it wasn't really scary, but it kept me pretty interested. Too gory and predictable, but it was pretty good.
CourtneyPlatypus R (jp) wrote: Great Movie,a defonate must see.
Leonardo Malacay S (gb) wrote: hermosa pelcula sobre las diferencias y como estas no afectan la habilidad para amar
Private U (de) wrote: Always Been A Fan Of These Guys
Anna B (ag) wrote: More academically interesting, perhaps, than entertaining, but that's enough to hold my interest. Moments of Lynchian surrealism are fun.
The Critic (nl) wrote: Fails miserably as a laugh-out-loud comedy but doesn't do too badly as a passable feel-good venture. The likeable Elias Koteas (an under-appreciated actor, if ever there was one) keeps viewers engaged.
Mike M (us) wrote: A film so well-acted that it plays much better than such a simple story has a right to be. Only a handful of characters make up this tale of a English nomad who stumbles into a gas station in the middle of the Arizona desert, only to meet the love of his life - the daughter of the station's owner, she herself equally as lost. Alas, the fates weave tragic for these would-be lovers - even when Leslie Howard (the Englishman) is forced back to Bette Davis (as the daughter) after first trying to leave and carry on his roaming ways. The cause? Gangtster Duke Mantee and his gang, on the lam from police, with the lead played by none other than Humphrey Bogart in his break-out role. Interesting to note that the studio initially wanted Edward G. Robinson in this role - only to have Howard (having already been bast) refuse to allow anyone else to be cast but Bogart, with whom he had played opposite in a theatrical run of the same story. Taut writing, riveting performances and an ending for the ages, The Petrified Forest is a slice of old Hollywood sure to please any true cinaste. Enjoyed on state-of-the-art VHS.
Sam K (jp) wrote: This one is my second favorite after 2. The whole Detective Hoffman thing was dull to say the least (except for the last part which was really cool) but the games with the group of people and the message behind them was awesome. Worth watching more than once.