A black police detective must solve a strange case of a kidnapped boy and deal with a big racial protest.

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Chern T (jp) wrote: Worse zombie movie ever. I don't know what the hell they are doing the whole movie. Plot is bad. Can't find a single good thing about this movie.

Glen O (mx) wrote: Hmm..okay. I'll wait for it on disc ;)

Luke R (br) wrote: As expected, I really liked 'The Special Relationship'. Tremendous performances from the always impressive Michael Sheen and ever reliable Dennis Quaid make this film such a "special" one. Not that there is a lot going on in the movie - it's not action packed by any means - but the acting and dialog make this an enjoyable watch. I'd recommend this, but you'll know going in whether this is a movie you'd like.

Rich M (au) wrote: Caught this on HBO. Never heard of it but loved seeing how Marines honor their dead and how Americans now honor those who protect us. Slow moving but meaningful. At least to me.

Jameson F (ru) wrote: Not his best bond movie but still great


Peter J (au) wrote: Amanda Walsh... amazing

Marc G (mx) wrote: I liked the premise but I was mostly bored.

Trent G (jp) wrote: An interesting thriller that is similar in style to Phone Booth. I thought it was decent enough. But maybe I like that simple, one location, kind of thrillers.

Michael S (fr) wrote: Well that was weird! Uneven, but I still kinda enjoyed it.

Paul D (ru) wrote: Easily the worst of all the films, and as you'd imagine up against some stiff competition in the other three. The acting and story has to be aimed at pre-school kids otherwise this is just a horrible mistake.

Dave H (ru) wrote: Quite possibly shares the title of the most LIKEABLE film ever made with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Unsurprisingly, they are written by the same bloke. Sure, Maverick is about 20 minutes too long, but can you really have too much of a good thing, when that thing is pure goofy charm and fun and cheekiness? Rhetorical question.

SagaciousFrank (nl) wrote: 'Jaws' is a classic example of a masterpiece in cinematic movie making. I watched it on the remastered Blu-ray edition today for the first time since I last watched it probably 15 years ago either on VHS or DVD. It's a film I've so rarely seen that I'd almost forgot the main and finer details and indeed the plot developments which happen over the entire course of its 2 hour run time. I'd forgotten who the sharks victim's were and how the film ended. In fact, I almost completely forgotten the last third of the film until today.For some films, time does not treat them well, and there are certain 'classics' ('Once Upon a Time in America'/'The Deer Hunter' to name two) which are not particularly good. I feared this would this would be the case with Jaws, especially as I could barely remember any of it, indicating that my viewing of it was a forgettable experience. Well, that assumption couldn't have been further from the truth. The direction and cinematography are (still) outstanding, the story is paced nicely provided a few jumps and plenty of tension and suspense along the way. The acting is solid from all the cast, and the main protagonists are all likeable and memorable in their own (often midly quirky) way. Clearly I wasn't paying attention when I watched 'Jaws' all those years ago! I was also surprised to learn just how good the effects and the formidable shark have stood the test of time.Of further note, the remastered Blu-ray is probably one of the best I've had the pleasure to experience. Spielberg and Co. were on the board for this remaster, and it clearly shows. The picture quality, and all that entails, is superb for a film of this age, but what utterly stunned me was just how well they remixed and remaster the audio. Due to the fact that this film was produced and released (1975) in the 70's, it's hardly surprising that the original track was produced in mono. The Blu-ray remix and remaster is now in 7.1, but this is probably the only remix of a film of this age that works this well, at least on my experience. Most of the remix is largely front heavy (with the exception of the superb musical score) but it provides excellent and natural spacing. But there are also occasional (when the scenes call for it) nicely placed discrete effects that really brings the viewer into the scene. The dialogue is also super clear but not tinny or abrasive like some dialogue recording of a similar era. Quite simply, like the film itself, this is a remaster that defies the test of time and sounds much more modern than it is. 5/5

Chris S (de) wrote: Only reason this movie gets any stars is because of the decent performances by the two leads. The movie as a whole was awful. Slow start, basically nothing happens for first 50 minutes. They are so heavy handed with the twist that it was obvious well before the reveal.

Ahmed M (nl) wrote: The film might be funny for some people, but for me the comedy felt forced. To further explain that statement, the movie had barely any funny scenes, and only in some parts was it funny, and the fact it had a weak story doesn't help it. However, a weak plot is expected in comedy movies, but There's Something About Mary might not be the comedy movie for people who tend to enjoy comedies with a good story, such as myself.