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Tim M (ag) wrote: The 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes is surprising. I'm not a big fan of Indian Jude Law or Kapoor, but this is a masala that grows on you. It is at times tearjerking drama, heartwarming romance, ridiculous comedy, coming of age tale, and road movie. Too long, but brings attention to perils of academic pressure and rote memorization.
John S (jp) wrote: Stupid, dumb, moronic,and also pretty fucking silly. Thankskilling is about as terribly-fun as it sounds. The horrendously painful acting and absurdity does reach dangerous levels of cringe and may have you slapping your palm against your face several times but overall it's well worth the watch.
Zandra E (jp) wrote: If you enjoyed the movie, "The Butcher Boy" (which is one of my favorites), you will enjoy this film. I'm glad a random sick day allowed me time to see this movie. :)
Tom H (de) wrote: An ok film. I was Disappointed with the dvd quality. it felt like a screener. The movie itself was fun. The gore scenes however few were decent and well made.
James D (fr) wrote: Liked Bana but did not get much help in this one. Shows an interesting light on gambling and poker.
Enrique R (ca) wrote: This movie made me feel really weird.
Jason C (nl) wrote: ok movie not so good actin
Rodney E (fr) wrote: Death Wish 4 is the epitome of 1980's Canon film action cheese. It isn't exactly well crafted but it is entertaining and Bronson gives another one of his chiseled cool, calm, and collected tough guy performances. I have never seen a cinematic character endure more death and pain and barely shed a tear than Bronson's character in this series.
Sarah G (gb) wrote: A twisted take on The Wizard of Oz in which Katleen Tuner plays an unhappily wed woman who goes back in time from her HS reunion. As is typical, the nerds became the winners and the "cool guy" became a philandering loser -and her husband (Cage).Turner relives her teenage years and gets to amend old grievances, mend old relationships, settle old scores and screw the guy she really wanted. In short, she gets the fabled "second chance" (knowing what she knows now) that we all dream about. Ironically she also makes the same mistakes and exercises the same poor judgment, causing her to wind up right back in the same adult situation. Peggy Sue Got Married ends on a happy (or sappy) note when it is implied that she will reconcile with her hubby. So the moral is two-fold: If given that coveted second chance having learned life's lessons, we are captive to our character flaws and most of us would still fuck it all up. This is tempered by the happier 'everything is really for the best/there's no place like home.'There are some fairly funny scenes in which the writers play up those little issues we all carry from high school like having a second chance to say what you should have said, but didn't think of at the time. There is also some cynical humor in Turner experiencing everything the second time around from an adult perspective. Ultimately, the movie is kind of captivating because it captures that wonderful fantasy everyone has about being able to go back. To go back and see old relatives and friends who are no more, your old room, your old pet, everything the way it was back when tomorrow was still wonderful.
Paul D (us) wrote: It's no Bonnie & Clyde, but what is?
D J (it) wrote: Kinda a chick flick, but it was cool!! Wouldnt watch it again, though
Steve R (ru) wrote: Well, this film makes even less sense than the rest of the series, but they were bold to make such an off-the-wall film. Like most of these, it's more of a comedy than a horror film.
Tiberio S (au) wrote: Steven Spielberg takes a different turn from propagandist to objective artist, jerking our feelings in multiple directions as opposed to the kind of one sidedness we see in films like Lincoln. This is by far his most challenging film, and the result creates a genuine feeling of horror for the conflict at hand without glorifying any heroes, a rare result in any Spielberg outing. As far as political thrillers, I wish every one Spielberg made was more like this - he does it incredibly well. Not since The Color Purple have we got such a gritty look at these kinds of societal conflicts. Schindler's List, Amistad, Saving Private Ryan, and Lincoln are all too full of glorification in conflicts which are more complex than anyone is willing to admit. It's also amongst the best of Janusz Kaminski's photography, who creates an atmosphere that we can live in, rather than just look at, for a near three hour picture.
Edmundo R (au) wrote: Great Vin D. movie.. I think his best
Sven D (it) wrote: Such a well-crafted film, in a beautifully understated tone. Had me laughing and crying a the same time. Touchingly simple.
Eric H (jp) wrote: Enjoyed this film directed by Sam Peckinpah who also directed "Straw Dogs" in 1971 created a great story during the 1860's and at the end of the Civil War. Major Amos Dundee, (Charlton Heston) is a major who was in the Union Army and was disgraced and put in charge of a Confederate prison camp. However, Major Dundee is a Southerner and he also finds himself needing the help of Capt. Ben Tyreen, (Richard Harris) who is a Confedrate prisoner and the two of them fight like cats and dogs. Major Dundee has to catch Apaches who escaped to Mexico which is ruled by the French. This is a film dealing with fighting against Apache Indians and also the French and the Confederate and Union soldiers fighting with each other and still trying to carry out their individual missions. Samuel Potts, (James Coburn) gives an outstanding performance as an aid to Major Dundee and also has just one arm. This is a very interesting film with some romance and plenty of bow and arrows flying threw the air. Enjoy