Ten of Muhammad Ali's former rivals pay tribute to the three-time world heavyweight champion.
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Amy L (au) wrote: I really tried to know what this movie was about, but I failed.
Rangan R (gb) wrote: Having 800 friends on the list, but not able to handle one particular.This is a spin-off of the 2014 film 'Unfriended'. So there's no comparison between them But you can't stop people doing that, particularly saying which version they liked the most. For me, I enjoyed the other one which was a bit different than usual in the same themed films. This one was not a single day event based film. It was stretched and developed, especially for the film characters to give more depth in the storytelling. A brief flashback in the beginning, and then comes back to the present with twist and turns in the tale.Largely based on facebook culture of the youngsters and the filmmakers applied the same old horror film formula to the rest. For some viewers it will work, particularly facebook fans, I guess. But this was an average film. Everything was already seen before in different film and you are only seeing it which is associated with social media, that's all.A German film, but made in English language and cast. The actors were decent, but in some case I was not impressed. There were many flaws, but surely they all can be explained where the film did not do that exactly as it should have even stretched further. That's the point, for being too casual, so the film looked like one of those B category horror-thriller from the past. For watching it once, okay. That includes if you have seen the 2014 film or not, because it is completely different and not fresh enough to impress us.4/10
Ron H (kr) wrote: its great to see something real and true at the movies!
Adi O (au) wrote: What a screenplay,Mr.Allen.
Tim k (kr) wrote: Everyone should watch this . How can so many world people be wrong.are goverments are curupt for oil.
Deanna S (ca) wrote: If you have Cub Scouts they will greatly enjoy this movie and fully apprecieate the dilemma.
Todd A (us) wrote: Britians first animated film is an impressively dark allegory for the endless loop between freedom and oppression. Though it relies heavily on voice over, it earns points from being drastically different from the Disney model.
Reece L (ca) wrote: Possibly the most perfect children's film of them all, My Neighbor Totoro is an elegant distillation of everything Studio Ghibli has attempted to achieve over the course of its existence. It focuses on young children dealing with serious, adult problems while attempting to find fulfillment in their relatively ordinary lives through elaborate fantasies filled with cat buses and giant, flying, bear-like creatures. This simple premise illustrates the notion that children use their imaginations to deal with things they aren't mentally equipped to handle, Totoro an E.T.-like surrogate for every imaginary friend any audience member ever had as a child and a point of accessibly for viewers of any age. Problems arise and they deal with them, with the help of their fantastic creations, finding contentment and love and companionship through their parents, another simple, universally accepted embodiment of security for a child. These elements coalesce in a film that's about as sincere as possible, supernatural wonder never outweighing the adorable family material, the result a perfectly balanced representation of everything it means to be a child and a pure, magical experience for those who are willing to revisit this adolescent mindset.
Nicole B (es) wrote: One of my favorite movies as a kid. I wanted to live in that house!
I dont know w (fr) wrote: Looks like really good entertainment.
Richard J (gb) wrote: Okay movie to watch if bored
Kevin J (es) wrote: 43 years after its release, Mean Streets manages to still somehow feel entirely unique and original. Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro are fantastic in this incredibly gritty and realistic look at New York City in the early 1970s. Featuring Scorsese trademarks all over the place, the storytelling here is vintage Scorsese and that alone sets it apart from other films in the crime genre. The religious debate here and attempts at wholesomeness of the protagonist while also being dragged through the mud by those around him is a truly engrossing struggle that one must figure resembles Scorsese's own turmoil. The film is incredibly gritty and clearly highly influential in the crime genre, as well as film as a whole. For this, it is nearly impossible to overlook Mean Streets even if I prefer some of his other works, especially those released in the immediate aftermath of this one. That said, it is a fantastic piece of film that feels brand new even though it has been four decades since it first hit cinemas.
ssata m (br) wrote: This film made me so angry.