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Jessica R (de) wrote: A movie about the war in Iraq, the soldiers who are involved, and the reason they remain a mystery to those at home. Brilliant documentary.
Nikita A (fr) wrote: Tell Them Who You Are is a documentary based on the cinematographer Haskell Wexler, his son, Mark Wexler is the director of this documentary on his father. The documentary is also a portrait of Haskell Wexler and features interviews from Jane Fonda, Milos Forman, Julia Roberts and Ron Howard. The style of teh documentary has unusual elements to it but it does start to drag and you want a variety of styles. I found the interaction between son and father became annoying but it was one of the focus points of the film. One-watcher.
Shaun B (nl) wrote: Enjoyable Grandpa/Grandson comedy.
Qendrim U (es) wrote: its very good film ok
Jawaad K (kr) wrote: hope i never have to see this movie again!
Lexie T (ca) wrote: Wasn't as good as other adaptations - the ending wasn't what it ought to have been - however Sophia Myles was divine as Lucy and Marc Warren gave me the creeps from his first scene as the Count. I was also impressed by Tom Burke as the young Dr who is in love with Lucy but not destined to marry her - he will be an actor to watch out for in the future I think.
Giota G (es) wrote: I loved the music!!!
Steve S (mx) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Sandro T (br) wrote: One of my favourite movies from when i was a child... Damn, this thing didn't age very well...
Joseluis C (fr) wrote: omg how I love my scary movies as a kid 80s baby
Dannon R (it) wrote: This movie has William Shatner in it. But it's not as good as Star Trek 3 or that motorcycle movie with Andy Griffith. one thing it does have going for it is a murderer who dresses up like Squigy from Laverne and Shirley. The man character lady is supposed to be a feminist or something but I guess people were so sexist in the seventies that now she just seems like any lady would be now. I wouldn't have walked out of the theater with this one. One and a half stars.