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diona u (au) wrote: I like this movie very much
Robert G (kr) wrote: There are just few gay drama films I like/love/respect. The Brokeback Mountain. The Single Man. And now: Out in The Dark. If they only could adapt 'Giovanni's Room' finally...
Arun G (mx) wrote: The inherent goodness present in the central plot is what makes this apocalyptic drama worth a watch. Performances are even. The ending is a clich but a well-executed one.
Al M (gb) wrote: An interesting premise that ultimately just doesn't come off. Blending the supernatural together with government conspiracies, Stormhouse is a pretty intelligent film, particularly in its depiction of the United States' detention and torture of suspected terrorist. And it works well for about the first 45 minutes, but then it really begins to drag in the second half. Still, an original and fairly entertaining piece of supernatural horror that is never scary but that does provide some interesting twists on the genre.
Riley H (ca) wrote: I love fake love stories that distract from the actual stories
Alex A (us) wrote: i think ive seen part of it
Elle M (ca) wrote: Chris O'Donnell was already smoking but then they added an Irish accent...my achiles heel. Damnit.
Li K (nl) wrote: wasn't as great as the first one! it wasn't even that good, really.. not very funny and it tried too hard and the characters weren't very well scripted. I couldn't fall in love with the characters as much as I did with the first movie.
Curvie S (ca) wrote: best movie of all time
Carli G (de) wrote: A simple and cute childrens movie, but I don't think it was meant to be anything more than that.
Erik B (fr) wrote: Like Anatevka and it's people.Fiddler on the Roof is a simple film, rooted in cinematic tradition. It also recognizes that story, in a film like this, basically means shit all in comparison to the characters. Fiddler on the Roof has never, and will never be recognized for having a complex plot with plenty happening (although, to be fair, there IS a lot going on). This is a story propelled by characters. Their motivations, their comforts and desire for change in some respects, are what takes the forefront in both the stage show and the film. The music is just as rousing as ever, having stood the test of time at this point and becoming a musical theater staple. I also can't praise Topol enough. He, in my eye, will always be the ideal Tevye on stage and screen. It's a sentimental, rousing, yet sometimes quaint look at a village on the edge of change.
ogn d (kr) wrote: here's one i absolutely agree with the critics and reject their lower rating. yes, only one car explosion, no gunfire, and no car chases. just brilliant movie making that requires some intelligence to follow the plot. i'd give it a 95%.
laura b (ag) wrote: possibly one of the worst scripted films I've ever watched, which is a shame because it had potential. The film starts off great, daniel craig was good, but towards the end it was as if the writer was making it up as he went along. Was a 2/10 for me.