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Leo M (kr) wrote: Made me interested in learning more about Nigerian history. Any movie that makes me want to learn more gets at least 4 stars in my book.
Michael B (ru) wrote: Some parallels to Grosse Point Blank but nowhere near the fun.
ZJ H (mx) wrote: Great movie... this one didn't even hit my radar as it went through the theaters.Very incredible story and definitely worth a viewing. My only gripe is minimal... the soundtrack was exceptionally overbearing.Bravo to Verhoeven... I thought he was a washout.
Gabo T (jp) wrote: Interesante. Sirve para reflexionar sobre los avatarse de una superproduccion. Terry Gilliam no est rodeado de trabajadores suficientemente competentes.
Neil D (kr) wrote: A mixed experience. I found the factual parts and interviews regarding the history of Okinawa very interesting - not to say shocking - while for the most part all the sequences in front of the computer just confused me, with a somewhat meditative feel, but I clearly prefer both La Jet (C)e and Sans Soleil, of the Chris Marker directed films I've seen.
Jack F (au) wrote: I dont believe its a stretch to say that this is quite possibly the finest example of film making that I saw in the 90's or maybe ever. Here are the facts: a 'Sega Game Gear' is a major plot point, the Beach Boys make a cameo, it features what many consider the finest performance Rob Schneider ever gave and oh yeah is about f*%$ing SURFING NINJAS...
Allan C (mx) wrote: Did you think "Freaky Friday" was the first body switching comedy? This 1948 British comedy from writer/director Peter Ustinov tells the story about a banker and his schoolboy son who inexplicably switch bodies. The film is quite funny in a broad way, but it's also very British and droll at the same time. And this film is actually a remake of a 1931 film.
Patrick M (de) wrote: I was expecting to see one of those "eat your veggies" type of movie, but it ended up being pretty fun, kind of like a good episode of Mad Men.A cynical press agent anxiously looking to get attention for his clients has to make some guy he doesn't like a favor he doesn't really want to make: Break up his sister's relationship with a jazz musician.I loved how well spoken the characters were, the insults were brilliant, the whole script in general was fantastic, a great example of incredible writing. The first 20 minutes or so were kind of slow in presenting all the characters, but once the on going insults and drama start it gets very entertaining.My only problem with it was how anti-climatic the ending was, it left me wanting more, much more. I could've watched a lot more of what these characters had to offer, I wanted to see them all spiral down towards a tragic ending that I didn't get. It's still a great movie the film noir genre has to offer for any film lover who's a fan of that specific type of movie.I'd recommend it to anyone who liked "The Network", "There Will Be Blood", "Magnolia", "Glengarry Glen Ross", "The Departed" and/or "Sin City".
Al M (mx) wrote: A reasonably intelligent zombie film, Dead Season unfortunately arrives in a world of The Walking Dead which has already exposed us to many of the themes in the film. Still, it is a solid, well-acted film that focuses more on the everyday existential horror of the situation instead of the blood and guts horror that generally predominates with the genre.
Will G (au) wrote: Some great moments but overall, a very bizarre and less satisfying sequel.
Kristen P (it) wrote: Freaking great movie.