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Conrad T (it) wrote: A rather refreshing Kung Fu movie.
Mark H (ru) wrote: We just want to live our life the best that we can, and hope that people remember us after we're gone
Riccardo R (de) wrote: Tutto sommato un esperimento ben riuscito dal punto di vista della realizzazione e di certo sar un punto di partenza per chi in futuro vorr realizzare dei lungometraggi 3D fotorealistici. La trama un po' troppo semplicistica e l'adattamento italiano vi "spoilera" subito che i Phantom sono Fantasmi... :)
James H (br) wrote: I want this movie added to the list of things we hide from the aliens.
Diana S (fr) wrote: Fun is an exceptional film. It is the type of film that makes you think about what has gone on long after the end titles have rolled. The two girls Bonnie and Hillary are played by Alicia Witt and Renee Humphrey with exquisite attention to detail; body language, nuance of voice are carefully woven to portray this day in the life of these tragic, teenage misfits. A disturbing film but so carefully directed that it is hard for the viewer not to feel sympathy for an otherwise unsympathetic act. When the girls murder a poor old lady the sorrow I felt, as the viewer, was for the girls as well as the victim. In a way all three were victims. Not a film to view if you want a light evening but certainly one to watch if you enjoy thought provoking entertainment.
Lee L (ru) wrote: A hilarious, laugh-out-loud comedy, with some adult themes but family-friendly execution. Robert Talbot (Rock Hudson) is looking forward to a quiet weekend rendezvous with his long-time flame Lisa (Gina Lollobrigida). But when he returns to his palatial mansion in Italy, he discovers that his majordomo has been using the house as a hotel, and finds himself chaperoning a busload of young American tourists. The situations are funny funny funny, as Robert'?s attempts to segregate the teenage girls from the enamored boys interferes with his attempts to seduce Lisa.
John W (fr) wrote: Produced and written by Stephen J Cannell (and I am a HUGE fan! Who isn't? Honestly, without SJC, television from the 70's to now wouldn't be the same) it's a decent story but could have been a better film. I like the concept of the tooth fairy as evil witch, great premise to work from. Unfortunately it feels like a made for TV movie and I think it suffers from that mentality. Instead of taking advantage of a bigger medium it's self-restricted; where there is gore of language, you can almost see the "edit for content here" pointers and the supporting characters are too stereotypical and convenient.