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Haijin C (de) wrote: Holy testicle, you are a one angry man who has lots to say about sick politics, society and religion. I loved his interpretation about God between old and new testament.
Andrew B (es) wrote: I was surprised to find that this film had such a low rating. Not only did I find the story to be interesting and to have a pretty authentic feel to it, but I found the performances to be rather stellar as well. I will first off start by saying, yes, this movie is disgusting. It is going to make you not want to eat fast food or maybe meat for quite some time. But the overall scope of the movie and plot to me at least were interesting. Not a film for everyone especially people who live off fast food.
Sarah G (us) wrote: Good acting with a different than usual story to tell of WWII. I do feel like they glossed over the horror a little though.
Grant K (gb) wrote: A completely unique, utterly disgusting and surprisingly suspenseful horror-western-dark-comedy thriller that whets ones appetite for good cinema.
Joseph H (it) wrote: Really shitty, I couldn't even finish it
Private U (de) wrote: great old movie..hilarious
Carlos I (it) wrote: Okay then... I just don't get the appeal. There are some fairly hilarious scenes, but this just feels like a long episode of a 60s version of Real World on acid with the Manson murders thrown in for good measure.
Greg W (kr) wrote: Rescued from the doldrums by the polished performances of Vivien Leigh and Conrad Veidt a strange pairing that really works.
Frances H (gb) wrote: Totally delightful, funny and clever film that children and adults can both enjoy, with some of cleverness really intended for the grownups. To me this is the kind of movie of which Hollywood should make more, because it would encourage families to go to the movies together and adults wouldn't have to sit through kids' movies bored out of their skulls. Also, as the children grow, they can still love the movies they loved as kids themselves, and eventually they can watch them with their own offspring and still appreciate it as much as they did when they were children.
Wendy D (gb) wrote: This film represents very well the current situation in which there are some countries and suggests the true meaning of justice with clear ideas. A very good movie, that takes us to a future in London, adapted by James McTeigue. The main idea is good and innovative. The key to the film is its protagonist, who is hiding under the nickname V and is personified by Hugo Weaving whose face we will not have the possibility to observe. It is a complex character, full of motivations and ideas, he is reproached as a crazy person, as terrorist, and acclaimed as a hero by others. V is a mysterious being, and we will not get to know thoroughly, but he will be able to inspire us all sorts of feelings: sometimes we feel fear when we saw him appear, and sometimes irrational confidence. But V will not be alone, and that is where Natalie Portman, Evey, a girl who develop a close and special relationship with the masked man enters. In addition, a number of characters evolving guide the flow of the film.
Nathan T (it) wrote: Aight. So lemme get dis' straight? Clint Eastwood gotta steal two mules fo' a nun b-fo' he can get da' nuns blessin' to wed dis' chick he into? Maaaaaannnn, I be passin'. (Serious review coming w/e I decide to watch this)