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Mark D (ca) wrote: Couldnt get engaged. Lost me early on. But it was attractive filmmaking, but thr lack of action in a quite tiresome and slow dramatic narrative brought it to a snailpace and a chore to watch.
Leonard D (ru) wrote: Absolutely have no interest in seeing this crap, not even after 9 years since it came out! Why would Lohan ever agree to commit film career suicide with this!? Oh yeah, I know, drug money! You were such a beautiful girl a few years before this crap, and then, you were trying to go for the biggest zombie impersonator after all those drugs! I miss the good old days. So, this is usually the price of fame and fortune, for certain people, right!? No way Jose!
Josephine d (kr) wrote: Hilarious and underated
Gareth M (gb) wrote: How do you like your cheese? American melty cheese? Otherwise pretty terrible.
Justin O (mx) wrote: Not even half as good as the original.
Tibor P (us) wrote: Nem rtek egyet a magyar cmvlasztssal (Okostojs), nyugodtan meg lehetett volna hagyni az eredeti cmet. Kellemes szrakozs, remek ponokkal, ha mlyebben belegondolok a trtnetbe, akkor keserdes, nhol kifejezetten szomor trtnet. Remek sznszek s a megszokott knyszeresen precz kpek, er?sen eltlzott s kiszmthatatlan esemnyek pards dialgusokkal sszef?zve. Elfogult vagyok, ezrt a sok csillag, de csak azrt mert a rendez? ks?bbi filmjei mg jobbak, nem fogok levonni.
h (ca) wrote: this is the most brilliant combination of writing and acting. paul mayersberg or whatever his name is and clive owen have an awesome mind meld thing going on. This movie was truly a pleasure to watch. Ahhh, the mystery of chance....
Liy D (ca) wrote: Classic 60s comedy. A very good movie and exactly my kind of comedy to boot.
Aj V (fr) wrote: This movie is just a retrospective on American music in cartoon form, I've always wondered why Bakshi made this movie. It's boring and uninteresting.
Jason O (nl) wrote: King Creole was the first Elvis movie that I saw and I found out it was a good movie. Unlike many singers who try out their ability at acting, Elvis is actually a pretty good actor. Before watching King Creole, I never watched any of Elvis's movies because I thought that they would all be musicals and just be a bunch of people singing and acting crazy. But after watching King Creole I found out I was wrong. It was a good drama movie and now I understand why Elvis was in so many movies, not because he was a popular singer but he could also be a great actor. Walter Matthau and the rest of the supporting actors and actresses also did a good job. It's about how Elvis became a singer at a local club and gaining fame for his ability while trying to stay away from a group of punks who threatened him if he didn't cooperate. It's an all around great movie and I recommend it to anyone. Now I'll probably give a lot more Elvis movies a chance after seeing King Creole. NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2000. It's still the only Elvis movie I've ever seen. I've never been a huge fan of his, I just like a few of his songs, but wouldn't mind seeing some more of his films.
Andrew M (ag) wrote: Cars is the ride of a lifetime. This movie is brilliant and amazing. Cars takes you into the outside world of Pixar and it is amazing. The plot of this movie is heartwarming. Pixar has done it again. I would very much suggest this movie.
JW M (ca) wrote: A predictable, but mildly entertaining, romantic comedy. Paul Bettany and Kristen Dunst make a cute, if improbable, couple. There are enough bad guys and tennis intrigue to keep the story going even if we know how it will end. Plus who doesn't love British mansions, hotels and seaside villages? The direction was the most disappointing thing to me, very TV Commercial with lots of Photoshop effects, ultra close ups, snap zooms, shots of planet earth etc which served only to take me out of the story. i was okay with the omnipresent voiceover, but you might not be. i watched it because i disn't have anything better around. i could have turned it off, but i didn't despite knowing exactly how it would end. in short the writer and director should be shot, but if you can get past that, the cast holds it together.
Irvin C (es) wrote: This film is a mixed bag. More good than bad but still mixed. It's a tad overlong. Some scenes are edited in such a way that's a bit jarring. Some of the story threads are better than others. But still, this is worth watching just for the totally crazy batshit insane final 20-30 minutes! It's a campy, trash sexploitation piece but with more sophisticated, literate dialogue courtesy of Mr. Roger Ebert, who wrote the screenplay. Filled with eye-popping colors and beautiful design, it seems like Russ Meyer threw everything on the wall just to see what sticks. It's sometimes fun, sometimes tedious but mostly interesting. Recommended for weird moods.
Nick W (es) wrote: It's not horrible, but very easily forgettable. It tries to be like James Bond for adolescents, but has the appeal of a lackluster kid's movie like recent Spy Kids installments.
Scott M (de) wrote: Story about a three people trapped inside a bomb shelter during some kind of world disaster. John Goodman didn't convince me he was insane. The producers should have changed the script to make it more of a comedy. That's what Goodman is good at. Not this stuff. I didn't believe any of it.