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D A (mx) wrote: A few funny parts, but not something I would want to see over and over again.
Sara H (br) wrote: Christmas in Compton is a hysterical film. It has a great vibe to it, and brings in the holiday season wonderfully. Has a ton of really funny moments, in addition to really sentimental moments. I had my mom next to me balling by the end. Great film. I was pleasantly surprised.
PS H (mx) wrote: This one is a keeper! Great suspense and had us discussing the plot the next couple of days...
Michael L (jp) wrote: BETTIE PAGE REVEALS ALL is at least an attempt to merge the personal and social importance of this woman whose image continues to influence pop culture. You want the film to be better but we'll have to wait longer for the great Page doc to come.
Brenda B (br) wrote: just life,as it goes sometimes. Refreshing and fun.
Jeffrey C (us) wrote: Another splendid works by James, who discuss the unorthodox kind of love in an all-out manner. And obviosuly this advant garde manage to come off, along with the screenplay, the actors and the issues. I was truly impressed by the performance of James Wilby, even more than my favourite Hugh.
Josh B (nl) wrote: Cult classic, but, not really my bag. Probably more relevant when it was released in 1982.
Mike P (us) wrote: Other than its slow pacing a pretty solid horror movie featuring a sexy young sharon stone
Shayne R (kr) wrote: A classic with some absolutely classic actors/actresses. Love this.
Jim W (jp) wrote: Larry Talbot, the Wolf Man is back from the dead years later and is looking for a cure. Talbot discovers that Victor Frankenstein can cure him and seeks him out, only to find Frankenstein's creation. The film isn't as good as Frankenstein or the Wolfman, but it has it's moments. I actually found that it was a better film before the Monster/Frankenstein (Bela Lugosi) was introduced to the plot though. Lugosi was a great Dracula, but his Frankenstein is no Boris Koloff. The film just gets a little silly once he's introduced and his Frankenstin doesn't have the great presence that's Koloff's had.
Matthew M (fr) wrote: Backed by Edward Norton's incredible performance, the film's message is both powerful and not preachy.