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Liam M (mx) wrote: Possibly one of the best movies I have ever seen before in my life!
Stephen H (us) wrote: The Rolling Stones and Scorsese are on the top of their game here. I wasn't familiar with their catalogue of songs, so this movie was a real treat. The camera puts you closer than a front row ticket would. If you missed this on a theater screen, your loss. TV does not cut it.
Colby C (us) wrote: Enthralled by majestic 3Dness! One of DreamWorks' best!
Carson B (br) wrote: This film is beautiful to look at and so much fun to watch. The quiet moments where characters are talking are the best part of the movie, much like the book, this movie is more about enriching the characters we already know and love. Even if sometimes the film feels rushed, Prisoner of Azkaban is one of the best Harry Potter films and the best book!
Thomas K (de) wrote: It's a sham. "Disclosure" tells you it's all about sexual discrimination but it's really all about the poor victimized male ego, and all ambitious women are power made bitches. The only women who are decent human beings are either doormats or almost criminally absent, excepting the shark, played with malicious delight by Moore. Douglas plays the victim and it's not cute. It's well made and if you can swallow this candy coated crap you may have a fairly good time. If you can't? *shrugs*
Nick C (it) wrote: The first hour is five stars.
Richard D (ag) wrote: I have never been able to decide how I feel about this one. It's the first post-Deliverance Boorman film I have any real affection for. It's the only film adaptation of the Arthurian legends that feels tonally spot on, and it's a delightfully adult fantasy film with a magnificent cast (although I have never been able to warm up to Nigel Terry as Arthur). It manages to reel in the ridiculous self-indulgence that harms Boorman's previous two films, at least for the first 3/4 of the film. The last 1/4 stops working for me almosat entirely.
dylan v (it) wrote: Excellent drive-in movie, maybe the best. The movie is just stylishly clever and inspired many copy cats due to its box-office success as a low-budget drive-in film and even had the hammer films bring back Dracula... again. The movie is pretty honest and the performances are good, especially by our two stars Robert Quarry and Roger Perry.
Peter N (mx) wrote: This is when I started to question whether or not Keira Knightley is as attractive as I originally thought. I still haven't figured it out.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Roger Corman's 8th and final Edgar Allen Poe adaptation, and something of a departure for Corman, as all his Poe films had mostly been done in studios. For this one, he headed to Shepperton Studios in England, and he found himself filming on location in the English countryside for this film, and it looks beautiful, it's a dark, strange film too. It begins with the burial of Ligeia (Elizabeth Shepherd), wife of Verden Fell (Vincent Price). For years, Verden remains mournful and withdrawn until he meets Rowena Trevanion (Shepherd again), daughter of Lord Trevanion (Derek Francis) who reminds him of Ligeia. Although Verden has had his back turned on the world for many years, he finds solace in Rowena, and against the odds, he ends up marrying her. But, Verden finds himself vanishing at night, and Rowena finds strange occurances happening in her room, and there's a nasty black cat lurking around causing havoc. Rowena's old flame Christopher Gough (John Westbrook) fears all is not right, and he discovers a wax replica of Ligeia's body in her grave... It's a dark film, with Price quite restrained and withdrawn, Corman got alot of crew members from Hammer to make this one, and it makes a good combination, with a good main location at Castle Acre Priory in Norfolk.
Todd J (br) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen.
Fernando C (ca) wrote: an absolutely thrilling ride!!! never lets you take a breathe......great camera work, maybe the story is silly and pointless, but this is an experience that you almost never will have again in the movies.