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Charlie G (jp) wrote: Entertaining but predictable.
Vivian O (ca) wrote: I love this film..good vibe!!
John M (ca) wrote: DIY documentary about the band by the band, minus Joan Jett who wrote all the tunes and hates everyone else. deduct half a point for each of those 3 things and you still get a great story told by some very interesting pioneers.
Ted G (es) wrote: Delivering Milo asks an interesting question, what if we had a choice as to whether or not we wanted to be born. And then it went on to try and answer it's own question. And, I think, to some degree it succeeded. Not the way I would have wanted, but still it was an interesting answer. On the whole I enjoyed the acting of the three principles except that Albert Finney has a tendency to go over the top sometimes. He did that in this film but only a little before he settled down and took his role seriously. I saw this film at the Taos (NM) Film Festival and enjoyed it. I was sandwiched between some pretty heavy drama, and perhaps that's what made it so good for me since I had a calming affect after that other stuff. In any event I'd recommend this film as long as you realize the question is not going to get into a huge philosophical discussion about whether or not we should have a choice of being born or not.
Anna B (br) wrote: As a fan of the show this is disappointing. The movie isn't very bad (though it does get pretty silly towards the end), so the riffs are slow and not very funny, and the host segments just feel completely wrong being shot on film and actual sets. Oh well. Onwards to season 7.
jay n (ag) wrote: Surprisingly sweet natured.
Senor C (br) wrote: Chiba kicks ass as Terry Tsurugi..he also rips out vocal cords, splits skulls and snaps spines 11 ways to Sunday. Great Fun!!
Ja P (kr) wrote: No one every speaks of the great on screen chemistry and classic screwball style MacMurray and Lombard possesed on screen. A grand film one of my favorite under the radar screwballs.
Aaron D (ca) wrote: Pitch Black is a perfect sci-fi survival horror flick, yet a pivotal scene was left on the cutting room floor. Thankfully, the unrated cut includes an extended scene with Johns and Carolyn that to me was crucial. It fleshed out the character of Johns more and made the connection between himself and Riddick that much more powerful. Great movie all around; the unrated version is the definitive cut in my eyes because of the extended scene.
Paul D (it) wrote: An interesting snooze-fest.
Pat H (it) wrote: Not even close to entertaining. P U