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Fernando T (kr) wrote: Great realistic emotional movie!
Facebook U (gb) wrote: A sweet interesting film, very unusual and touching. I'm so glad I watched it.
Tess M (us) wrote: Not as good as She's all that
Sam E (it) wrote: suspenseful and enjoyable, pretty good horror flick sequel.
Jenn M (es) wrote: I didn't mind this shockingly. I liked the story but some of the graphics were pretty lame. But I was entertained and I did watch the whole thing so thats saying something
Dimitrisfl D (it) wrote: A great post-apocalyptic film with a talented cast and amazing direction filled with dull moments.
Mark N (gb) wrote: A glimpse of the horror of what was to come (The Prequel Trilogy) this children's movie capitalized on the Lucas' steadfast belief that Ewoks were the best thing in Jedi and what the public (toy-buying children) wanted more of. Cheaply made, stilted acting and a flat story will leave all but 5 year old's bored. Brimley and Phillips are better than this pay-cheque movie.
Deadly V (au) wrote: Excellent WWII thriller by Paul Verhoeven. This is undoubtedly one of the classic movies i have ever seen, i am really surprised to see that none of my friends have actually seen this wonderful movie(guys you people have really missed a great film). This is really one of those movies which should be viewed by everyone at least once before they leave this planet. Strongly recommended to everyone...
Tia M (gb) wrote: "They Killed Cornbread...He wasn't doing nothing...and they killed him." Larry Fishburne's first movie at 14 and I LOVE IT!
Dan E (it) wrote: I'm not gonna beat around bush just to let the Peanuts/Snoopy die hards down easy. Snoopy, Come Home is a drawn out wash up of an animated movie that can't find it's place in the culture. Aim for adults? Or aim for children? How about neither? The movie is literally a waste of time and is too depressing to be accepted by so many people. It's so depressing I wouldn't recommend it for children, and it's so childishly annoying that I wouldn't recommend it for adults.I will always love Snoopy but this is the worst movie to pick for him to be the main star in. Such a waste of all of our time! Snoopy's and ours!
Michael G (nl) wrote: It's bad. But this is one of the good bad ones. The dialogue, the delivery, the effects, plot, etc... It's all bad, but I found myself smiling and laughing at times.
Howard E (ca) wrote: I'll start by saying that I'm not a Shia LaBeouf fan. I think he's a tad overrated, IMO. Maybe it's the films he chooses - the first three TRANSFORMERS films (definitely not a fan of those) and the fourth INDIANA JONES film (a big disappointment). We are going to see him later again this year alongside Brad Pitt in FURY so he may just prove me wrong.Unfortunately, CHARLIE COUNTRYMAN is another project that he should have taken a pass on. Here, LaBeouf plays the title character, who flies to Bucharest after he has vision of his dying mother who tells him to go there. Yes, THAT Bucharest. My grandfather was born in Romania but even I wouldn't go there if he came to me in a vision. Charlie, though, talks to dead people with some regularity, it seems, and listens to what the spirits tell him. Granted, most of the time when they do talk to him, Charlie is under the influence of drugs, alcohol or both but let's not quibble about that.No sooner does his plane touch down at airport, Charlie finds himself brushing up against the law. Apparently, Romanians are a surly bunch, who don't take too kindly to buffoonish, scruffy Americans telling them what to do. The authorities eventually let Charlie leave the airport and, on the way out, he meets Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood), a mysterious cellist for the National Opera whose elderly father, Victor, was sitting next to Charlie on the flight over. (Victor dies en route but he gets to speak to Charlie from the afterlife too.) Charlie is immediately attracted to Gabi and he proceeds to insert himself into her life. However, Gabi's no-nonsense gangster husband, Nigel (Mads Mikkelsen), won't let his wife out of his grasp so easily.The story thankfully moves along at a fairly fast clip with Charlie running through the streets, back alleys, subways and rooftops of Bucharest, and getting pummelled by both Nigel and Darko (Til Schweiger), another underworld character, on separate occasions. Maybe it's just me but if I was brutally beaten up three times and hit by a car once in such a short period of time, I don't think I would have the strength to keep running. We're given a bit of comic relief from two more buffoonish characters, Luc (James Buckley) and Karl (Rupert Grint), who befriend Charlie at the hostel and take him on a couple of Carpathian Ecstasy-fueled trips - one of them that includes a jaunt to a girlie bar that just happens to be owned by Darko.The film is directed by first-timer Fredrik Bond, whose body of work consists of a short film and a Moby DVD. That would explain why Moby's music fills most of the film's soundtrack. Unfortunately, the music sits on the film like a lead weight - it's too loud and too stylized for a film whose story is just not very compelling. Call Charlie a free spirit, a lost soul or a slacker. Whichever one it is, we just don't care what happens to him. The same goes for Gabi. Sure, she's nice to look at but she did, after all, fall in love with and marry a psycho. Maybe Bond should do a film about Luc and Karl, who were far more interesting characters to watch. He could call the film DUMB AND DUMBER DO EASTERN EUROPE.
Dusty L (kr) wrote: 50% on my Tomatometer.
Lee M (mx) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, Stands up extraordinarily well: mostly because of two outstanding central performances, Gary Oldman as the talented, blase Orton, and Alfred Molina as his thwarted, Hancock-esque murderer Kenneth Halliwell.