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Frances H (gb) wrote: With such a great cast and John Landis directing, I was expecting more in the way of humor, and was therefore disappointed.
Robert S (mx) wrote: The critics panned this one, but I loved it. Maybe I was just in the mood for a sweeping post-war drama about a murder in the Seattle area that dealt with racial tensions between the Americans and Japanese-Americans who uneasily shared the same small fishing village. I was surprised to see that the tensions were uncomfortably similar to those between the whites and blacks in the Deep South where I grew up. What made the film so compelling to me was the impossible secret love between a white man and a Japanese girl from the village that began in childhood, lingered through the war, and was still alive - and unfulfilled - at the time of the murder trial. Thankfully, it didn't have a typical Hollywood ending.
D M (fr) wrote: Picking up immediately where the firs one left off, the former siamese twins are on the run from the law and hide in the care of an elderly woman doctor who has a home for mutants. Pursued by the press, they do their best to keep their presence a secret, but soon enlist all the mutants to fight against journalism. Not as good as the first, but it does have its moments. It seemed to get better as it went along.
Vanessa C (es) wrote: A dreary look at the events that caused a lovely young nun to question her idealistic view of life. The character Don Jaime added an eerie edge & the beggars brought some laughs with their 'Last Supper.' Quite good.
Nathan R (es) wrote: An interesting concept, but some of it was a bit too over-the-top and ridiculous for my taste. I think I also partially fell asleep during some of the dialogue.While I did like the idea of a messenger taking corrupt souls, I've seen this concept in other films and it simply ends up becoming like a preachy vehicle rather than a story. This film was no exception.And I'd be remiss if I didn't say that the ending was kind of creepy in the right context. And not in the good way, either.
Darren G (au) wrote: 'Von Ryan's Express' was one of my favourite adventure films when I was a kid - and almost 45 years after it was first released, it still holds up very well.After all, how can you not enjoy an epic movie that includes action, suspense, a great '60s cast, steam trains, stunning Italian locations, stunning Italians like Raffaella Carra (sigh) and the tagline "Frank Sinatra busts loose and outsmarts the Nazis!"? :)