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LYNN H (it) wrote: a hillarious take on the zombie genre. then again its damn near impossible for a movie with john c. reilly, cheryl david, paul reisser, molly shannon and aubrey plaza as a soft jazz loving zombie. Lots of fun. "all I ever wanted to do was shoot people" Best zombie movie since pontypool
Stephen G (es) wrote: This movie entertained me but I did not find it thought provoking or inspiring. It likely had a larger impact on audiences in its native country. Not a bad movie by any means, but not a must-see either.
Krishnendu R (ag) wrote: 1 of my mst fabrits...........amitabh s outstanding.......
Edward T (br) wrote: One of my favorite Woody Allen films, really surprised me.
Patrick C (es) wrote: Quite possibly one of the worst movies ever made. There are several scenes that seem to have been cut from entirely different movies. The Skeleton Man shows up in totally random places that are unrelated to the "story" and kills people. He is supposed to be some kind of Indian ghost but carries a medival long sword. His horse changes color 1000 times and characters appear and disappear from the movie at totally random intervals. Might just be the most poorly constructed film of all time. Oh and the best part are the costumes...I think they were all purchased at the local Wal-Mart the Day After Halloween Sale!
Rick M (ag) wrote: U.S. marshal John Carruthers observes a robbery and Sheriff Jake thinks he may be the culprit. Meanwhile the town's leading citizen is planning to rob everybody blind.
Johan A (it) wrote: Still this is one of the best Swedish attempts on a Police action kind of film! Great!!
Walter M (fr) wrote: In "That Hamilton Woman," Emma Hart(Vivien Leigh) travels to Naples with her mother(Sara Allgood) on vacation before her fiance is set to arrive. She is extremely disappointed to hear from her future father-in-law(Alan Mowbray), the British ambassador, that he will not be coming. And she is absolutely livid that he purchased her rights for 5000 pounds and a fresco to be named later. Three years later, they are happily married. At least, that is the case until Captain Horatio Nelson(Laurence Olivier) makes a social call. "That Hamilton Woman" is an opulent movie that takes a decidedly sideways glance at history, almost turning an important point in history into an overheated soap opera. There are a couple of allusions to Emma's past via "Salome's Last Dance" that definitely sound racy for any time. According to the movie, she is almost responsible for all of us speaking French and I'm still torn if that would be a bad thing. Of course, saying your empire is morally superior to the other fellow's is a silly exercise at best but then this movie was made during World War II so some allowances should be made, as Olivier's speeches take the day in a warmup for his "Henry V." In the end, I am left wondering if Nelson would have been happy with any peace, mostly because I am the type of person who would prefer people make hot sweaty sex, not war.
Gabriel C (it) wrote: Planes is a dull spinoff from a dull Disney film, with a generic plot, flatly realized characters and a familiar message that has been done to death.
James H (jp) wrote: A great film that takes time to unravel it's enriched story. All actors are brilliant (even though it's an almost unrecognisable cast) and the cinematography is beautiful too. It is an accurate depiction of the Indian slums and Indian politics and it is highly impressive that a Bollywood movie did so well in the oscars. My only fault is the way Boyle directs the fast paced scenes, (if you know his style you'll know exactly what I'm on about).
Rendan L (ru) wrote: After almost 2 decades the humor still feels as fresh as ever. Grade: B-