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MiKate P (nl) wrote: i love vidal sassoon
Deanna B (nl) wrote: Not cool... Boring instead.
Jonah W (ru) wrote: This is one sick movie! It's a twisted film with by far one of the most brutal torture and murder scenes ever filmed. Highly recommended. Don't view unless you have a strong stomach.
(es) wrote: mastered the subtle art of dark humor
Harry L (mx) wrote: Alright...an enjoyable ride but could have been more well-rounded and enough of the ethnic-stereotypes...Geez!!!
Alexander D (de) wrote: Funny coincidence: GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS is about the Titanic; it's directed by James Cameron, who directed both the 1997 film TITANIC and the similarly-titled (but ultimately-unrelated 1989 film THE ABYSS. Just thought I'd mention that. GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS is a smooth, but overly slow, documentary about the investigation of the Titanic. It picks up just about where TITANIC left off (except without the romance, drama, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet), even though made six years later as a factual film. The process in which everything is captured is slightly uneven, but if you want to see a Titanic movie that isn't all lovey-dovey and kissey-blissey (I don't know...I guess I just made that last one up), watch GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS. The only two big things you'll miss that you won't when watching TITANIC are the memorability and the epic.
Matt M (nl) wrote: The stories of two men entertwine as they take care of two women in a coma. A very intelligent and creative screenplay from Almodvar full of humanity and a taste for the unpredictable twists and turns that life takes even in the most precarious and vulnerable of its conditions. Though sometimes the filmmaker lets a little too much preciousness spoil its tenderness, Talk to Her manages to remain a tasteful portrayal of human fragility in body and spirit where sadness and beauty as well as an unmissable tinge of quirk that is characteristic of the Spanish filmmaker juxtapose naturally in a visual and narrative sense.
Scott B (kr) wrote: Georg Solti and the London Symphony Orchestra provide the backbone for this embroidered yet snarky depiction of Beethoven. It is probably one of the least dated films of the 90's and gets better with repeated viewing. The soundtrack is a real chestnut and I listen to it on a monthly basis. "Ghost" is a high point of the movie and really wows me each time.
Lovro H (gb) wrote: Michael Myers is back! The first thing that caught my eye in the movie once Michael showed up is his mask. His mask looks so cheap and bland in this sequel. But, he's still the same old maniacal killer! Again, there are some really silly and stupid deaths, but it still manages to scare you, even if just a little bit, in its chase scenes. The story is mediocre. Michael's supposed to be in a coma for 10 years and immediately wakes up after he hears that his niece is alive. It's a bit hard to believe that since he got shot 6 times and was set on fire in the 1st and 2nd movie. But, anyways, he's back in town to find his niece and end her. It's nothing new, though the ending leaves room for more sequels and is genuinely creepy. The theme song is also back! Hooray! The acting is good, though David Pleasence and Danielle Harris stand out. All in all, a not bad sequel with an interesting twist and just enough action (though not enough story) to entertain you for its 88 minute runtime. Would recommend to Halloween fans!
Nadine J (mx) wrote: Back in the day I loved this film !!
Justin R (nl) wrote: A descent war movie about the turning point in the pacific in WWII featuring an ensemble cast which also includes Robert Mitchum, Robert Wagner, Cliff Robertson, Tishiro Mifune, Hal Hoolbrook, Tom Selleck and Pat Morita