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Richard L (es) wrote: Harrowing and disturbing very realistic showing aspects of the lives that some people really do live,Nothing to do with benefits though don't know what that reviewer was on about this was just portraying people who's lives have become desperate and have found themselves In the gutter like everything there is good in some and bad in others unfortunately the bad seem to outnumber the good when your at the bottom of society.
Prapti C (fr) wrote: REALLY NICE...specially the ending...very touchy...
Mike N (mx) wrote: it has its funny moments but for the most part its a somewhat serious,dark,and moving movie about someone whos lonely but has a strong passion for animals..it was an ok movie.
Dark M (us) wrote: a great spine tingling psychological thriller. well worth a watch.
Fernando C (de) wrote: It looks gorgeous. Really, there isn't a frame that isn't lovely, colorful and well made. But do these vibrant images mean anything? No. Nor does the overstretched plot. The end is very good, thoug deceiving. it could have been many things, and while the characters are sure interesting and explode with life, the director chooses a style that is too restrained and too preocupied with the mood, instead of the interest of the viewer.
David G (es) wrote: I remember loving this film when I was a kid and idolizing it so much just for its manic behavior. But now I'm an adult and in desperate need to restore the show I once loved. Everything is poorly acted and the source material is poorly handled.
PatrickThomas G (ru) wrote: I tuned out after part 1
James M (ag) wrote: A horribly sappy and manipulative tearjerker which leaves a sickly taste in the mouth.
awes t (ca) wrote: if you're 9 years old, and its the 1980s, then yes. if not, then no.
Greg W (br) wrote: besides the title bears no resemble to the 1961 pic of the same name but still a good com-dram
Brian K (ca) wrote: One of the best documentaries never made.
Manuel S (kr) wrote: Piece of white trash.
Alan S (gb) wrote: More crap where, again Lewis, the 'godfather of garbage', makes Charly Manson look and sound sane. He did get a town to get involved which showed he's not totally dim as a con man, although not far from it. Of course, garbage direction, script, acting, blah blah, etc. The opening tune, unlike other things he puts his name on, appears to be written by him and for sure sung by him. Again, DO NOT give money to see it or any of his projects, but for free and if you have a couple hours of your life you want throw away and put a bunch of bad, corrupt data in your head (bad in/ bad out), have at it.
Robin W (kr) wrote: You may think that "Airplane!" mainly intended to spoof the "Airport" series and the hugely popular disaster films from its time period, but the film that it's a pretty much a direct parody is an otherwise forgotten 1957 drama called "Zero Hour!"; in fact, "Airplane!" follows this film's narrative so closely that a list of the differences between the two movies would actually be shorter than a list of similarities! The plotline does indeed involve a traumatized former pilot (also named Ted Striker!) who is forced to land a plane after the flight crew succumbs to food poisoning; a lot of a famous lines of dialogue from "Airplane!" can be seen here ("Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit smoking" "I just want to tell you both good luck. We're all counting on you"), but are played absolutely straight! Other iconic moments on display including the slapping of a female passenger who goes hysterical and a boy named Joey visiting the rather touchy-feely captain in the cockpit; hell, the captain is played by a former football star named Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, which was parodied by the casting of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as a pilot in "Airplane!". As a standalone film, it must be said that "Zero Hour!" is a well-crafted, perfectly decent suspense-thriller, and if you were to watch it before you saw "Airplane!", you would probably enjoy it for what it is; however, anyone who knows "Airplane!" by heart is going to watch this and find it to be unintentional laugh riot!
GreatOne W (mx) wrote: How could you not like this??
FilmGrinder S (mx) wrote: "Badassery is not born, but often thrust upon you."-F.D.R. (Barry Bostwick)Badassery and douchbaggery.Drink of choice: The bottle Mr. Daniels sent over
Mike B (ca) wrote: Really good. Very interesting look into spirituality and science.
Erica S (us) wrote: Same as the rest of the disaster movies. Boring