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Akash M (us) wrote: It's a typical Bollywood drama of a boy loving a girl with the families hating each other. No unexpected twist in it. Good watch for a lazy evening in and definitely not worth watching at a cinema hall.
Zachary G (au) wrote: I don't think everyone
Sara B (us) wrote: I have it. I did watch it in the last few years, but can't remember much about it.
Juan M (ca) wrote: Pretty good, even if it pushes the envelope a bit far from reality sometimes.
Nicholas W (nl) wrote: they Needed to show the guyver suite more
Chad H (nl) wrote: Movie is very forgettable.
Zack B (ag) wrote: Like most debuts, it's an exploration of style, and therefore messy at times. It wasn't bad for a debut but I don't know, the characters pissed me off with how stupid they were.
Wahida K (nl) wrote: LOL. I rather stuck on the TV Series Sheena 2000 something. Its all I say.
Sean G (fr) wrote: Wow. This isn't a Larry Flynt or Bob Guccione production?
Zachary F (de) wrote: An original and bizarre adventure into the human condition, and dealing with insecurities. There a few twists and turns, but don't expect any satisfying conclusion.
Miguel A (mx) wrote: O valor de "Pulp: A Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets" reside sobretudo na forma como desmistifica as noes mais comuns do rockumentary: ou seja, retrata os Pulp como a grande banda Britpop que de facto foram, mas com uma dvida enorme para com a vida comum e demasiado mediana da cidade de Sheffield. Os Pulp, na perspectiva de Florian Habitch e com a colaborao conceptual de Jarvis Cocker, s chegaram s bocas do mundo porque souberam aproveitar o tdio de Sheffield, mas nem por isso so mais hericos que as pessoas que deram a inspirao s suas canes mais emblemticas. "Pulp: A Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets" reparte o seu tempo de antena em partes iguais pela banda e pelas pessoas nas ruas de Sheffield. E, tal como qualquer esforo artstico em Sheffield, um documentrio porreiro. Nem mais, nem menos.
Sue B (it) wrote: "But what makes us both Americans? Just one thing. One. Only one. The rule book. We call it the Constitution, and we agree to the rules, and that's what makes us Americans."
Clay C (nl) wrote: Funny! Adds caveman language to your vocabulary. I want some "ool"! Later maybe "zug-zug"!
Nathan C (mx) wrote: This is just garbage, that has that awful stench of the 60's... oh Lord, how it manages not to kill me instantly. I can write an essay on how godawful this film is, but I'd rather not and save my time.