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Issac C (it) wrote: A very fun and enjoyable family movie that had some whimsical and fun acting and action, fun movie overall.
Julie K (fr) wrote: vi boa parte do filme, mas como estava trabalhando, no pude prestar ateno. diferente de qualquer filme feito no brasil, tem uma puta cara de filme alemo.
Marc B (it) wrote: It's as if Josh Whedon shot up in the middle of some inspired, wonderfully dark, serious dream - a dream filled with thought-provoking and provocative ideas for how to resurrect the Alien franchise, justifiably! Only then he got side tracked by, I dunno... Maybe a month-long Jim Henson obsession? Then, at zero-hour, he began writing this, but only after having contemplated a very perverse, self-aware, Muppet sequel.Still, I have to admit, that sounds like a film I would see.
laurie e (gb) wrote: i really like this film. recommended for women, the only thing men will like about this film is an abundance of boobs and some lesbian content.
Tracy F (ru) wrote: Jack Ryan is my hero! My favorite out of the series.
Gianfranco M (mx) wrote: Inguardabile, insensata ed inutile conclusione della trilogia. Potete benissimo fermarvi al secondo.
Friedl K (ag) wrote: Campion's style is very interesting, searching into the story, it feels a bit like a novel.Didn't like the story though. I found it cold, disturbing.
Knox M (ag) wrote: Mark Rydell's ON GOLDEN POND is heartwarming vision of redemption before death.
Ryan Q (au) wrote: Despite some pulchritudinous cinematography "Our Daily Bread" is quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen (and I've seen "Death to Smoochy"). Each scene goes on much too long and the lack of a narrative seems to add hours on to this already protracted film. If you are masochistic enough to subject your self to "Our Daily Bread" make sure you leave you thumb hovering over the fast-forward button on you remote throughout the movie as you will need it there to use often.
John T (it) wrote: The return of the magnificent seven was always on a hiding to nothing. How could it ever match the the first film ? To this day , the first film is still one of the best movies ever made. This is a lazy attempt at trying to emulate a classic. It lacks any real characters and the story along with the action is dull and badly thought out. It's not all bad though. Yul Brynner is still mesmerising , as is the wonderful musical score. Apparently Yul Brynner told the director , Burt Kennedy , that he would not do this movie if Steve McQueen was involved and sadly this movie cries out for Mcqueen . If only they could have sorted out their differences this could have been so much better.
Timothy S (ca) wrote: "Assassination" is Charles Bronson's ridiculous and silly attempt at a political thriller, but it's too preposterous to be taken seriously and only works in fits as a piece of entertainment. Bronson himself is slightly more charming than he has been in recent outings, but his family-friendly action flick has no footholds on reality. It takes some pretty hard convincing on Bronson's part to get his superiors to believe the First Lady is in danger despite two fairly large explosions around her, and then he takes her on a road trip with himself as her only protection. And despite the claim that he is guarding the President's wife and not the man himself because of personal problems, you know the actor worked that in to secure yet another plum part for his wife, Jill Ireland. And her stubborn personality is supposed to supply the film with some much needed humor, but the fact that her reckless behavior constantly puts her in danger is just one more head-scratcher. It's meant to be a showcase for a strong-willed woman, but she just comes off as dumb. I was much more interested in Bronson's relationship with Jan Gan Boyd playing his spirited sidekick. She's a fresh face, and it's a shame that Hollywood didn't welcome her more. The movie moves along at a quick pace and is fun to watch despite (or perhaps because of) the foolish plot. Check out the motorcycle and boat chases that features the worst stunt double I've seen in quite some time. You can't take any of it seriously, but "Assassination" is a pretty fun ride most of the way. Judging it today, it's fun to see a First Lady who has no interest in shaping public policy and instead only wants to take a lot of vacations.
Kristian M (nl) wrote: Those wacky kids will worship anything, this time it's a fire in a silo. Pretty much your typical Children of the Corn film, if you're a fan of the series you'll get what you paid for. David Carradine seems to phone it in as Luke but Alexis Arquette is great in male drag.
Cody B (jp) wrote: By far my favorite Harry Potter movie. The only thing I would like to see next from the Harry Potter series would be a movie just about quiditch. That's my favorite part of any movie but with the cup in this movie it's almost just as good. The events were all amazing. Great movie. It has everything a good Harry Potter movie has and SO much more! Never skip this one when watching them all.
Rosmari P (es) wrote: a couple with problems get into a fight while driving at night and while he is having a drink she leaves to take the train but never arrives. For a good detective story the film has too many length; for a psychological study it doesn't have enough depth.
Beth H (br) wrote: I really enjoyed the great acting by all the accomplished actors featured in this. Seems like all the characters were hiding some secrets involving treachery which was interesting. This is one of those movies that grows on you with each viewing.
Brandon S (us) wrote: A perfect storm of talent. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton give two of the greatest performances in the history of cinema. George Segal and SandyThis pitch perfect masterpiece feels like a burning fuse; a bitter and angsty work of genius that is volatile and angry. Mike Nichols' stupendous direction has an omniscience to it that keeps things rolling along with ease.