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David P (de) wrote: Steel Toes, based on the play 'Cherry Docs,' is a fantastic story of overcoming hatred. Strathairn is great, as usual, and Walker does a pretty good job convincing us of his hate. Perhaps not everything in the movie is entirely realistic, but it is done very powerfully and in such a way that we believe as much of it as possible.The only other real quirk that bothered me was that Mike is Irish, and in the opening sequence has a bit of an Irish accent, but then loses it entirely for the rest of the film. He really doesn't need to have the accent, and perhaps that was shot before they realized that he couldn't pull it off for the whole movie and just forgot to reshoot it, but it was a small inconsistency (though it's likely only noticeable if you know that Mike is Irish, which is played down in the movie as compared to the play).I wasn't a huge fan of the ending, as I found it dragged on a little longer than it needed to (it seems tailored well for a play, just not as much for a movie), but it was worth seeing it through. All in all, even though it isn't true, it's a story that's worth hearing, and more so worth listening to.
Derek B (es) wrote: A greatly entertaining adventure. Johnny Depp is awesome, but just as good is Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa. All the sets and story are wonderful. Anyone that's says they don't like this is either allergic to gun or lying.
Kay F (es) wrote: A very good story of what shapes brotherhood. A must watch!
David U (jp) wrote: The overall plot is actually pretty good - ordinary guys doing a bunch of blow and killing a hooker, a bridezilla gets her just deserts, etc. But the movie is mostly a bunch of people yelling at each other, and it's annoying as hell.
gary t (de) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that paul chubb, pamela rabe, jacki weaver, rachel griffiths, aden young, colin friels, toni collette, ben mendasohn, barry otto play good roles/parts thorughout this movie.......i think that the director of this comedy/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie....i think that this is a good comedy movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie
Frank C (nl) wrote: Very few animated features have a whimsical and enchanting story that teaches us the importance of the environment. FernGully is one of them.
emily h (kr) wrote: i never knew the story of patsy cline, this was really good, and when he wasn't an ass he was really cute to her, i had no idea the ending was going to happen like that
Steve M (us) wrote: Wow. First one to review this movie. To be honest, I only really remember it because Margaret Langrick sat beside me in Science class in Junior High School . . . not that we ever spoke or anything. I didn't really pay attention to things, so I didn't know she was in a movie until my Grandma took me to see some "wholesome" entertainment. It was certainly amusing at the time.When she won the Canadian award for Best Actress I remember the National (the Canadian Nightly News on CBC) coming to our school and filming and the award being on display.The long and the short of it is . . my rating may be off because of personal memories, rather then a heartfelt remembrance of the film :)
Shaun T (es) wrote: Pre-code Mae at her best. This holds up well.
I dont know w (gb) wrote: Booklover11's Mini Reviews: I decided to get caught up on some Charlie Chaplin shorts, as I'm a huge fan of his feature length movies, and this didn't disappoint. Sure, the editing makes it seem like several scenes were missing, and the story is vague, but I found myself laughing all the way. For a 20 minute short, Chaplin really shown his comedic values in this one, even though the plot is really, really difficult to figure out, as the clumsy editing and little dialogue from the characters really makes it hard to understand, but once you get to the rink, plot doesn't matter, as you'll be to busy laughing like crazy at Chaplin's antics, trying to escape the more uptight people from catching him. It's good old slapstick, with clumsy actions, but not entirely painful or life threatening, like in the Pixar animated short "Presto", where the acts of slapstick were unique, but embarrassing to the human character and not at all funny. Doesn't anybody these days get slapstick right? Back to the review, Charlie Chaplin was as likable as ever, and his leading lady, Edna Purviance, did well too. Fun little fact, Purviance actually did many films with Chaplin, most famously 1921's "The Kid", where she played the mother that was in the very beginning of the film. So yeah, I really enjoyed this film, but like always, we got to talk about the Best and Worst of this film. The best is, no doubt, Chaplin, and why shouldn't it be him? He's a great actor, squeezing laughs out of me every minute he's on screen. The worst thing has to be lack of plot, just barely worse then the horrible editing. The lack of plot sort of makes the film a little less fun to watch, and it turned this movie from 4 1/2 Stars to just 4, but it's kinda easy to ignore, so don't go into this movie for a good plot, go into it for the fun time you'll have, and at only 20 minutes, it's worth your time. Recommended for all Chaplin fans and fans of visual comedy. 4 Stars.
Christopher B (gb) wrote: This was hilarious! Don't listen to the poor reviews.
Rich B (gb) wrote: Unlikable characters who aren't terribly interesting either. We watched the 3:45 version; I have to wonder if the 2+ hour version would be better. It was tedious to watch at times.
Wyman W (au) wrote: Really good. A solid thriller with good performances and style. Worth renting even though it's in French.