You may also like
Five Summer Stories torrent reviews
kendall p (ca) wrote: A classic!! one of the best Don Knotts movies, Atta boy Luther!
Paul B (us) wrote: Just peeped this on Netflix. So, it gets better but is extremely slow to get going. Liked the last 30 minutes but barely stayed awake to get there. Not all that, like the other reviews state. Just ok. It was hard to root for, or even care about, Jake Gyllenhaal's weird character.
Alexander B (br) wrote: Nightcrawler, is a very dark and creepy thriller, that will keep you excited for every heart stopping, crazy scenes!
Sarah H (gb) wrote: Andrew-Lee Potts is even cute as a comatose serial killer. Is that bad? The American title doesn't really make any sense at all, any. Freakdog makes a lot more sense. It's not terrible, but as with every horror film, the characters are a little stupid and predictable.
Jenn T (gb) wrote: Good flick, well filmed and acted.
David R (us) wrote: Recomendada, bastante entretenida
Byron B (ag) wrote: Panettiere was way too bubbly/sugary sweet. Ken Leung was alright as an Asian New Yorker, who several times kind of showed the mannerisms of Woody Allen. Ken as Liam struggles with dating. The dialog sounded like it came from a film school assignment trying to sound smart by dropping classic film quotes and trying to be "real" and idiosyncratically L.A. with all the women Liam picks up. It didn't hold my attention. I hit the fast forward, as it were, on Hulu several times.
Carlos I (ca) wrote: Fun little zombie comedy. Great premise that wears itself a little thin, but it's still a good time.
Brooke J (us) wrote: really horrible, I wish I liked it 'cause Jemaine Clement's in it, and I love him. But sadly, just a horrible, lame, pathetic excuse for a movie. Weak dubbed dialogue, jokes, just stupid.
Diana L (fr) wrote: So I'm a fan of Takashi Miike, and an even bigger fan of shock cinema, but I just found this film to be bizarre. Total fetish porn in some spots and overall just eh in storyline. Some parts were good...the end was crazy and that's about it. Still waiting to see Pasolini's Teorema instead.
Bill R (nl) wrote: Niot a blockbuster comedy but I still liked it. Funny and there clown/bank thing was pretty clever. I watched this mainly for Tim Allen but it wasn't a usual role for him. Still, it won't bore you though.
Fernando C (ru) wrote: what a movie!! absolutely mind blowing experience...
Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Kevin J (au) wrote: Ruthless People is not as good as the other works by Jim Abrahams and the Zucker brothers, but is still quite hilarious at times and actually has a pretty interesting plot. Danny DeVito is hilarious here, as are Bette Midler and Judge Reinhold. The writing is quite strong and every scene seemingly manages to have a joke or two, as is customary in their films. Not all of the jokes work out here and it can go too far at times, but for the most part, it manages to be hilarious and provides for some serious entertainment as the hour and a half just flies by.
Wayne K (nl) wrote: Bruce Lee was taken from us far too soon, but his legacy and impact is still felt over 40 years after his untimely demise. The Clones of Bruce Lee shamelessly and somewhat disrespectfully exploits the late martial artists name in order to bring us a movie composed almost entirely of horribly directed and poorly staged fight scenes, the rest of it being the eponymous clones either walking or running from one of these fights to the next. In every single one of these encounters the camera is positioned far too close to the combatants, and as such it's incredibly difficult to tell what is actually happening. The camera work and editing is so bad that sometimes you can't see anybody at all. Every single punch or kick the characters throw results in more or less the same generic sound, regardless of whether the attack made contact or not. The sound even plays when the characters aren't fighting anyone. The fights start off stupid, then become somewhat amusing, then downright hilarious, then back to stupid, and finally to soul-crushing tedium. The whole film is nothing more than a lame excuse to cram together as many martial arts bouts as possible, so it baffles me that they didn't put more effort into making them look good. Unfortunately, being released during the infamous 'Brucesploitation' era, simply slapping Lee's name onto the movie was more than enough. Effort was entirely optional.I'll admit I did get a few decent chuckles out of this film, much in the same way people do when they watch Plan 9 or Troll 2. I especially enjoyed the 2nd villain (the movie has about 3, depending on what you count as 'villains') who is so diabolical that he laughs manically at... well, everything. "Make me a super weapon." HA HA HA. "Have it ready as soon as possible." HA HA HA. "I'm starring in a crappy exploitation flick." HA HA HA. The entire thing looks as cheap as you would imagine. Obviously so much time was spent thinking up all the different ways for a Bruce Lee lookalike to kick a henchman in the face that they forgot to consider the production values, editing, cinematography or the whole thing making any logical sense. It doesn't, at all, and while it might make you giggle at times, you'll want the whole thing to be over before yet another fight scene has a chance to rear its ugly head.
Peter H (mx) wrote: It verges on the manipulativeness of Frank Capra, but John Ford tempers this with strong dramatic scenes presented in an unadorned fashion.
Gabriel M (us) wrote: entertaining, but the story is very poor, however we must highlight the work of the director.
Jeff R (mx) wrote: Blah. Unremarkable. Sigh.
Ahmed H (de) wrote: Very silly and deep comedy drama, amazing performance by Will Ferrell.