A German Scientist has aided an ex Soviet general in constructing a nuclear weapon which is now in the possession of an American mercenary heading across Europe in a hijacked goods train. ...

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Orlok W (es) wrote: 'Last Kind Words' combines a coming-of-age tale with the thrills and chills of an old-fashioned Southern Gothic ghost story--A grievous tale of isolation, selfishness, loss, and the quest for closure!!

Anthony T (jp) wrote: This is the Bangladeshi nominee to the 2009 Oscars. Director clearly has a good eye and there are some nicely filmed images and music, but story is predictable, becomes boring quickly, and could have been much better.

Gary M (mx) wrote: A decent movie to watch. Weird story-line but keeps you watching.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: A New favorite Holidays Drama. This is the kinda emotional power Pursuit to Happyness should've had.

Nellie S (mx) wrote: Why did they even bother making a second one that's like making a second Snowhite!

Juuso L (jp) wrote: Incredible and funny big budget turkey.

Kenpo T (fr) wrote: I have never been so insulted. This show is based so far from reality I cannot begin to concieve of liking it. I am glad IAFF was able to get it cancelled.

Alex S (jp) wrote: As funny as it is melancholy, Michael Antonioni's (relatively) forgotten gem is a smart, self-aware character study with a human core we can all relate to.

Allan C (mx) wrote: Three Poe tales told by three different directors. The Fellini segment, however, is an absolute five star masterpiece that stands up to his finest films. The first segment, directed by Roger Vadim and featuring Jane Fonda, hot off the heels of "Barbarella", deliver an entertaining, visually arresting story. It's not up to "And God Created Woman" standards, but it's the second best of the three. There's also a nice creep factor to the segment when Jane's real-life brother Peter plays her romantic object of desire. The Louie Malle Poe tale is the weakest of the three and quickly becomes a tedious doppelgnger story. Alain Delon though is fine in the lead of this story as William Wilson. The last and best of the the three Poe tales is directed by Frederico Fellini and can actually stand alongside his best work. Who cares that it bears virtually no connection to the Poe story it is supposedly based upon. It could more accurately be described as a mash-up of "8 1/2" and "Two Weeks in Another Town". This segment also features a terrific score by frequent Fellini collaborator Nino Rota. "Toby Dammitt" is really a lost Fellini masterpiece.

Johannes J (de) wrote: Robert Miller: "What you did is way beyond the money."Jimmy Grant: "Nothing is beyond money for you, Robert. We both know that."

Steve W (ag) wrote: Tiresome and dull at times but watchable. I wouldn't watch it again though.

Ben L (gb) wrote: I can't remember ever experiencing anything like what happened while I watched Snatch. I started out completely puzzled by the story and befuddled by who the characters were and how they fit together. But just as I was about to get a little irritated, suddenly stories started to intersect. Then the laughs started to flow, and I was catching onto what was happening. Out of nowhere, not only did I know and connect with all the characters, but I was fully invested in what would happen next. I just love the way that the story is told with a lot of separate little scenes that intersect, but you don't realize they are connected until you see it from all the different perspectives. The final scenes which bring everything full circle are the kind of moments that make me want to stand up and applaud even when I'm watching by myself on a DVD. Snatch is a really great script and is executed very well. I can see myself watching it again, now that I know the ending, and picking up on all kinds of little things I missed the first time. The cast is really great, and I was particularly surprised by Brad Pitt just disappearing into that accent to the point where I started to forget who I was watching. Guy Ritchie has a particular style/look to his films that I thought suited this story really well, although it threatens to be distracting in some cases. Perhaps the strangest choice was the narration over just a handful of the scenes with Jason Statham. Because of the fragmented way the story was told, it seemed odd to have only his scenes where we are given that narration to make sense of the story. It seems like they would have gone with full narration on all the stories, or none at all. It wasn't a big detriment to the film, but it was an unusual choice. Still, I quite loved watching Snatch, and would recommend it highly to others.

John C (ru) wrote: "I work with retards"

Mohammed A (ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch