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Matthew T (ca) wrote: A mash of I robot and Ex Machina and other Dystopian films not nearly as good as the aforementioned. If you want a Dystopian film watch a different one.
Melanie F (au) wrote: Over done with lots of adult talk and themes. Cheesy and corny but short so it doesn't get too dragged out.
Drew G (de) wrote: Hahaha ok this makes me laugh...me and my roommate in college rented this on a whim...very stranger movie...very strange ending. We spent the following half hour making up possible sequel titles...which, unfortunately I should not say here.
Charlie G (it) wrote: Nicely done. Glad it wasn't slapstick.
Jeff A (br) wrote: Taps gives us an idea of what would happen if General Buck Turgeson was put in charge of children. It's hard to imagine military academy cadets abandoning reason to the point of going to war to keep their school from closing. However, it becomes believable when their mentor is played by George C. Scott. The premise is a little far fetched, but executed well enough that it's not difficult to suspend disbelief and end enjoy the story. The highlight of Taps is getting to see some of today's biggest stars give such great performances in the early part of their careers. Tom Cruise plays the battle hungry nut, Sean Pean is the groups conscience and Timothy Hutton is the irrational steady hand that holds things together. The ending may be a downer, but a fitting one for such lunacy.
Patrick F (gb) wrote: Albert Brooks is wonderful as always. I didn't like it as much as his more plot-driven comedies, but it was still smart and hilarious.
Dyron W (ag) wrote: 1970s pop culture defined.
James H (ru) wrote: What a preposterous and stupid film, it just rambles on aimlessly, hastily thrown together and makes little sense. Badly directed and acted, cheap production. A mess.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: Zatoichi gives his heart and soul for others and receives little in return!!
Chris B (fr) wrote: This movie has been weird to me.The first time I watched it I did not understand it and didn't like it. I just rewatched it and it was like I was watching a completely different movie. This is my second favorite Scorsese movie behind Goodfellas. Scorsese and De Niro make the best movies together. De Niro's performance as Travis Bickle is one of the best of all time. The ending of this movie is incredible so I don't want to spoil it for you. The dialogue throughout this film is amazing and doesn't let you take your eyes off the screen. This is a great character study of Travis Bickle.
Andrea G (de) wrote: Would have been much better if there were no human characters in it.
Zachary C (ag) wrote: I hate this movie so much. It's one of those movies that could have been good, but it just wasn't. I'm not sure if it's because of a crappy adaptation or if it was just bad source material. Although I'm pretty sure it's the latter and even if it isn't honestly I don't even care here's why though: I read a book by the same person who wrote Inkheart and while the person has a great knack for writing an engaging story the story itself was filled with build-up and there was absolutely no pay-off. As a result I hated the book. And that's the exact same problem this movie has. You'd expect a movie like this to have at least some form of an action scene, but it doesn't. And whatever this movie tried to pass off as an action scene didn't fool me for a second. And it's very upsetting when the story seems to promise you something and in the end all you get to do is watch a bomb hit the ground and it doesn't explode. Those kinds of movies suck. There is a movie that is a very notable exception to this rule: Jarhead. The reason is because it actually worked for Jarhead and because it's set in the real world, and even though there is not a single action scene in that movie it didn't matter because it was a movie with a believable war story and the truth is war is boring and that was one of the points of Jarhead, but read more on my review of that movie if you wanna know more. But Inkheart is a fantasy story and stories like this are meant to have action scenes. It makes me afraid for the future of fantasy movies because after Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit who is ever going to be able to top those movies? Unless they remake Eragon and begin work on Eldest, Brisingr and Inheritance then fantasy stories are pretty much dead.
Grant T (it) wrote: Extremely unorthodox and feverishly haunting, Mulholland Drive offers David Lynch at his very best! What we have here is a neo-noir, cynical Hollywood fantasy that is one of the most unique stories that has ever been told. One must pay attention to detail while watching, because every scene matters in this one...leading up to a finish that will leave you speechless!
Juls XD H (es) wrote: wow i loved it, cathing fire is the best of the hunger games saga with incredible vissual effects and great actors
Samir S (nl) wrote: It's rare to find an Indian film that leaves you with chain of thoughts that tug at theories of existence and your way of seeing life. Ship of Theseus does just that. Moreover, it provides enough fodder to debate on for months ahead. This is not an easy film to make and sell in a market that is hungry for brain dead entertainment. It will not be an exaggeration to state that director Anand Gandhi has reserved a place in history of Indian cinema by making this film. Finally a film that Indian cinema can be proud of...