Ron, a young man in his late teens or early 20s, but emotionally younger, has no visible, employable assets, yet rails at his status in life -- blaming everyone for the fact that his dreams are not coming true.

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Runn D (ru) wrote: Impressive direction, acting, editing, and sound. A story about personal conviction without being cheesy.

Tony M (ru) wrote: As a Beatles fan, I must say I did enjoy this movie. Nowhere Boy is certainly one of the better Beatles films. 4 stars.

Arel D (ru) wrote: its soooooooooo sad in the last part!!!!!!

Barbara G (au) wrote: It's a B movie for a reason.

Amy D (br) wrote: I really liked this movie.I'm not sure why really but I loved it.I think it has something to do with the 4 lead actors. I adore all of them. Fantastic.I thought Marquette did a phenomenal job here and I really fell in love with Lowell's character.I did not like the ending like everyone else did though. Defin. didn't end in a predictable and cheesy romance way at all.The only thing that I didn't like is that the scenes felt sort of choppy. Some scenes were just really short and felt unfinished.But defin. worth checking out. I'm gonna burn it for sure. Or buy it.<3

Leena L (ca) wrote: Salma Hayek, steaming hot yet very disturbed and possessive. John Travolta, distressed and moping. What can I say? Salma's film. Definitely.

Josiah C (au) wrote: Evolution adds more action and more storyline to the Underworld series.

Emod L (de) wrote: 70%Short on even pacing but built around a somewhat endearingly entertaining story, Val Helsing is action-packed CGI trash, but nonetheless entertaining and sometimes unintentionally hilarious.V: 40%

Austin F (mx) wrote: 88% Yet another Sandler flick with wacky humor that fans of his will enjoy thoroughly. This time, the movie has been laughed with by more even more sorts of people, providing a good dose of slapstick as well.

Rose P (nl) wrote: I really love this movie. The lead actor's great love to his girl and the girl's great love to her family. Wondeful

Natalie M (ca) wrote: Extremely important but angering story about the Hollywood blacklist in the 50s. Very real characters. Robert De Niro and Annette Bening do an amazing job in this film. The end felt a little cut off, but it was still a good film.

Allan C (kr) wrote: Predictable but affable fish-out-of-water/buddy-cop comedy. Anthony Edwards is a wide-eyed cop from the 'burbs who gets sent "Downtown." Forest Whitaker is his new partner who shows him the ropes of the downtown streets. What the film lacks in originality, it makes up for with thanks to a decent cast, but in particular Whitaker. Still, when the film tries to take a serious turn, it really falls apart. Richard Benjamin directed this film and I'd always wanted to see something come out of him as good as "My Favorite Year" though after looking at most of Benjamin's filmography ("My Stepmother is an Alien" or "City Heat") I'm pretty sure "My Favorite Year" owes most of it's success to the script and cast rather than to Benjamin. "Downtown" also features Penelope Ann, Joe Pantoliano, Art Evans and Glenn Plummer, who for a short while seems to appear in everything from "Showgirls" to "Strange Days." I will give this film points for doing a wood chipper scene six years before "Fargo" although the Coen Brothers did it better.

jessica l (br) wrote: would really want to see this movie

TaraLouise F (it) wrote: really gud. old time classic

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Good film starring Olivia de Havilland as a woman who falls in love with a WWI pilot, he dies, and she has his child. Of course, after some trouble later on, she is unable to keep the son but is determined to spend as much time with him as possible. Not a terribly interesting story, but de Havilland carries it and she gives a very nice performance. I also really loved Roland Culver, I wish he was in it more. It had a lovely ending as well, even if it was a bit too perfect. Worth checking out.

Chris B (kr) wrote: A very heartfelt movie about a terrible event that went down in Rwanda. Don Cheadle steals the show and gives one of his best performance's ever.

Leon B (ca) wrote: Terrible movie. I only watched it out of curiosity because i love Stephen Dorff, but this movie deserves a thumbs down.

Neil P (gb) wrote: The music almost made it worthwhile in itself. If it hadn't been for the realisation that the weird vignettes about the people of Sheffield reflected Pulp's songs about the people of Sheffield then I'd have been a bit non-plussed. I'd forgotten how many good songs they'd made.

Joe W (br) wrote: What an incredibly awful movie lol