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Scott R (ag) wrote: Morris once again manages to fascinate and intrigue me by capturing the presence, wit, and charm of Rumsfeld. By framing the story around his many memos, it gave me a unique appreciation for the capability of one of our strong American leaders that I didn't know too much about. However, it left me with more questions than answers with its thought provoking approach. If you have any fascination with government or politics, you will enjoy this movie.
Logan M (au) wrote: Unbelievably unfunny. Marlon Wayans has definitely lost his touch since his "Scary Movie" days.
Cristbal S (ag) wrote: Pretty damn freakin' good. The direction is great and the acting is excellent. A refreshing view of the superhero genre that is very far away from what we are used to.
Mark R (de) wrote: Misleading title, what a pisser.
Kristal C (mx) wrote: I saw this in the theatre when it first came out but I recently re-watched it and had forgotten how maddening and ultimately powerful it is. Amazing performances all around and an important reminder how far we still have to go in the move towards gender equality in the workplace and courtroom.
Jaime D (us) wrote: Watchable but run of the mill.
Grant S (kr) wrote: OK, but not great. Came away feeling "what was the point of that?". Interesting at times, distinctly bland and listness in others.Could have been a decent biopic on Dutch Schultz, but spoiled by trying a make an unknown, and probably fictitious, character, Bill Bathgate, the centre of the movie. His character is dull and uninteresting, and played without conviction by Loren Dean.Dustin Hoffman does well as Dutch Schultz, but that is not surprising. Nicole Kidman gives her usual so-so uninspiring-but-not-terrible performance.
Dan M (us) wrote: Man, this one takes me back. I haven't seen this since I was as old as the little kid in this movie. It's funny how a 'family film' back in the 80's could get away with a few swear words and having people wanting to kill a harmless creature with rifles. Times do change, but the movie is still as enjoyable as it was back then.
Morris N (gb) wrote: I love Fellini. This one is charming more than bizarre, but it's got plenty of bizarre in it.
Devon R (br) wrote: I remember seeing it when I was little.
Billie W (fr) wrote: I loved Ferreri's La Grande Bouffe. I love Mastroianni in everything he's ever done. I thought finding a dead King Kong and his baby would have to be in some way interesting. It was not. It was so not. It starts off with a bunch of feminist performers raping Depardieu. Then Depardieu walks around with his junk hanging out a lot and talks by blowing through a whistle. He takes in the chimp. The girl who raped him moves in with him. Discovers she's pregnant. Rats eat his monkey. There is some sort of monologue about ancient Rome and Civilization. Some characters die. I have no idea what just happened. The cinematography was nice...
Charlie P (us) wrote: The dark story, however unrealistic at times, gives a troubled insight into the depths of the British football hooligan society. If for nothing else, it makes Football Factory look like a bunch of 9 year old girls pulling plats in the playground.
William W (au) wrote: Great depth is provided in the Director's Cut.