Dangerous: The Short Films
The music videos of Michael Jackson's Dangerous, including "Black or White," "Gone Too Soon," "Jam," "Heal the World," and more.
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Jeff O (jp) wrote: Fantastic movie, having lived in Kabul (I am a Canadian) I believe it is in our best interest as westerners to watch this film. It is great to see that these people, though slightly different, have the same aspirations and dreams as we do. A moving film for sure.
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Andrew G (us) wrote: Really brings up the true horrors of war from a new perspective, that of the enemy. This movie does an amazing job at showing that war devastates both sides, and has plenty of moments to bring tears into your eyes.
Miguel R (mx) wrote: Hidalgo is a compelling true story told in an endless and tedious manner
Robert H (fr) wrote: Before I go into any level of detail about this movie (which honestly won't be much), I should say upfront that I expected more from this since it's supposed to be part of this New French Extremity. What I ended up getting was rather tame and, worst of all, just plain boring at times.The plot, if one can call it that, revolves around several people who work for a few different companies. One is TokyoAnime, who specialize in animation and manga; the second is the titular Demonlover, a website where people can watch hentai; and the third is Mangatronics, Demonlover's primary competitor. There's also a torture site called Hellfire Club which may or may not be run on the sly by Demonlover. I suppose that last site could have made for a more graphic and explicit film if they'd chose to focus on that, but no, all you get is a dull slog about corporate spying among companies who just happen to deal with some rather sleazy stuff. However, there's only really one scene where you get to see exactly what this content is and a lot of it is blurred out.Moving on, the acting in this movie was passable although it's not what I would consider great by any means. Connie Nielsen and Gina Gershon, in her limited screen time, come off the best but mostly because their characters were the least annoying. Another major fault of this movie is writing. Aside from a lack of coherence in the general storyline, the characters are all varying degrees of unsympathetic and, at times, grating to the ears. Chloe Sevigny is probably the worst offender, as there are scenes where she'll lurch from calm and sedate to bitchy and screechy without much motivation or reason. On the whole, there is not a likeable character to be found and the confusing plot didn't do them any favors at all.On a technical level I can sort of give this a pass because it was low-budget, so it wasn't too unexpected that most of the film was shot up-close and handheld. Most of the time, they gave you enough of a look at what was happening so that it wasn't visually disorienting. Still, there are a couple of scenes in which this filming style is detrimental. One was a catfight between Connie Nielsen and Gina Gershon's character in which it's often hard to tell who's hitting who and where they exactly are at any given moment. The other was a chase scene towards the end.Overall, given the subject matter, or at least what I thought the subject matter was going to be, I have to say this film was a disappointment. It was overly confusing, poorly written with unlikeable characters and, worst of all, rather boring. With such sleazy content involving animated porn and torture sites, they chose possibly one of the worst angles to approach it from and certainly one of the least compelling. It kind of improves in the last 30 minutes or so, but that doesn't excuse the nearly 90 minutes that came before it. If discussions about contracts, clauses and market share are your cup of tea, by all means check this out. For me, however, it was just a dud and waste of my time and money.
Belall r (ag) wrote: my fav movie best ever love songs
Aaron V (ca) wrote: Before Adam Sandler trashed his career today. He actually made some pretty funny movies. This is one of them. Happy Gilmore is a diehard hilarious comedy. Good enough for a rental and maybe a purchase
bill s (jp) wrote: Over the top camp and cliches but the energy of this film make this a worth watch.
Jevro W (gb) wrote: Another great B.W. Movie Shirley is amazing !!
Andreas O (it) wrote: Ah, B-movie horror. Cheesy and cheap compared to the first, but entertaining throghout.
Tomas T (nl) wrote: Out from the bargain bins comes the Last Train From Gun Hill, a classic western which does not boast with fancy plot twists, instead it leaves the whole show for the main star and as expected, Kirk Douglas does not disapoint.Storywise the Last Train From Gun Hill is simple and even too simple for some. The whole movie is pretty much wholly predictable after the first 15 minutes as Matt Morgan (Kirk Douglas) sets out to hunt his wife's killer with only few clues to guide him. Even for the obvious simplicity of the movie, which no doubt turn some people off, the venerable Kirk Douglas and his stage charisma alone are enough to make the movie well watchable for most. The Last Train From Gun Hill might not be the most awarded westerns out there, in fact it is little known, but it turned out to be a solid western true to its roots with straight to the point attitude. Thanks to the simple story and the talented Kirk Douglas the movie does not waste anybodys time and proves to be a solid western.
James H (ru) wrote: What a great and poignant Preston Sturges comedy, certainly one of his best. The cast is superb, down to the smallest roles. Eddie Bracken and William Demarest stand out. The writing is outstanding. A great classic. Excellent writing.
Tashima S (mx) wrote: Finally a monster flix worthwhile! It was full of action great storyline & comedy.
Johnny B (it) wrote: Book was better, and why are all the main women Chinese?
MF J (gb) wrote: Interesting thriller, Renny Harlin is a director that knows how to keep an audience focused & entertained.
Ulf L (ag) wrote: A bit dated but still a nice movie.
Paul D (au) wrote: The style is spot on but the storyline and characters are not appealing at all.
Keith C (kr) wrote: Not one minute is wasted in this Verhoeven mish-mash of smart and dumb.