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Farron K (mx) wrote: 3.5/5 Stars. Another standard decent Marvel film. Story is the usual "once upon a time, there were bad dudes. Now they're back." Forced romance hampers things, though it's an expected feature at this point. Typical Hollywood humor, feel-good moments, etc. Effects are great, as always. I liked the Dark Elf ships' sensible design, and the Warhammer reference was nice. Not sure if there were subtitles in the non-bootleg, but the Dark Elf scenes where they speak their own language still made a basic kind of sense. The elves being able to speak English/Asgardian/whatever eventually is never explained, but meh. The Loki thing I saw coming, but the interweaving was well-done. Overall, a solid addition to the Marvel library.

Jyou L (fr) wrote: Honestly, I found it kind of boring. And not scary at all, just a bit weird perhaps. The ending is disappointing.

Lapman H (us) wrote: Surprisingly stylish flick...

bill s (it) wrote: I like Weber but this Larry David movie's jokes are few and far between.

David A (es) wrote: [from The Watermark, 1995-04-29] The Sum of Us is definitely a must-see gay film. Based on the stage play, it is the story of a widowed father (Jack Thompson) and a gay son (Russell Crowe) and their respective quests for love and companionship. The film is both dramatic and hilarious - the only questionable part is the theatrical device of speaking to the audience. That works in the theatre, it seems strange on film.

Artemis C (ru) wrote: A very creative thriller!

Elise C (us) wrote: Glenn Ford takes on the role of an English teacher, trying to deal with his delinquent students. What I find fascinating about this movie is it was made during the time desegregation was starting to go into effect. It was very tense as the classroom literally became a battleground. Nothing much changed by the end of the film, but it's an interesting peek at the battles teachers were facing during the time. The film was made for the purpose of bringing awareness to those problems.

Richard T (ag) wrote: You don't watch this movie for the plot, the actors, or the dialogue... you watch it for the animals (and there are a lot of them!).

830615521 (ag) wrote: Will never get tired ...just love the movie.