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Paul D (mx) wrote: Inventive musical which elevates otherwise ordinary and seen before relationship dramas.
khalid m (br) wrote: best show! funny...hilarious...romantic n fun movie! u guyz shud watch it!
D D (it) wrote: FUCK U HOES GET A DICK BITCH
Jason O (ca) wrote: Absolutely fantastic look at one of my favorite bands. Recomend this to all
Mohammed A (mx) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Private U (ru) wrote: Awesome movie. Didn't expect to see Jillian Hennessey make out with a girl.
Robert O (nl) wrote: You're going to have to turn over quite a number of rocks to find it, but it's worth it!
Marc M (fr) wrote: I'm gonna let 'em know that Dolemite is back on the scene! I'm gonna let 'em know that Dolemite is my name, and fuckin' up motherfuckers is my game!
Mike M (es) wrote: Early on, you realise that pitting Laurel and Hardy against themselves (even tinier versions of themselves) rather limits the mayhem; they were, at this stage, working literally within themselves, and the shorts hadn't as yet discovered the infinite possibilities for chaos the wider world would provide them with. Yet even this approach provides moments to savour: Stan's observation on leading a horse to water, a line of thought later taken up by Half Man Half Biscuit; Ollie's belated swallow upon discovering he's muddled up his marshmallow with the poolroom chalk, a subtle pay-off to a simple joke of a kind nobody involved with subsequent "Norbit"/"Big Momma"-style comedies appears capable of thinking up; and a gag with a sock caught under a stool which cordially invites you to see the punchline coming from some distance. Otherwise, with its doubling and trick photography, a useful warm-up for the later "Our Relations", one of the stars' cleverest features.
Allan C (jp) wrote: The film desperately wanted to channel Robert Rodriguez' "El Mariachi" and "Desperado," but suffers greatly by comparison. The film shares much in common with "Desperado" in terms of story and aesthetics, but lacks the wit and inventiveness of Rodriguez. The film is directed with equal vigor and has a fair amount of style, but does not feel as clever or original as a Rodriguez film. Still, it's entertaining enough and has a likable cast of unknowns. Worth watching if you're in a direct-to-video action flick sort of mood.
Steve D (nl) wrote: well done sports film. This one has social relevance as well.
Roxanne R (mx) wrote: Good effort by the cast and crew of this indy film that was financially supported by many individuals (per the credits I saw). Sharlto Copley plays Jonah, a man that wakes up and finds himself in a pit surrounded by dead bodies. He is trying to figure out how he got there and most important, who is he. Once he is able to exit the pit he finds a home with several strangers that suffer from memory loss. As the film continues some painful truths will be revealed but time is not on their side. The critics did not like this one and I think it was average but nothing to rave about. I surmise that soon it will be available on Netflix instant streaming.
Don S (nl) wrote: Not much of a film, and the plot twist is super obvious, but the use of "LIL' RED RIDING HOOD" by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs was pretty creepy! As was the remote control police car! Other than that... meh.
Aswin W (gb) wrote: So average thriller film. Story looked a little predictable but enjoyable to watch as Roberts and Notle run away from baddies. Acting was good and some of the flirting scenes was cheesy.