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Kyle W (ru) wrote: Terrible movie. Looks like someone grabbed a handy cam, threw up on the lens then decided to film a movie.
Alejandro C (br) wrote: Demasiada violencia y sangre como para ser para nios. Y me parece que la animacion es muy simple y la historia no tiene demasiado interes como para ser para adultos.
Paul C (fr) wrote: Tom Arnold was absolutely brilliant. I never thought I would hear or say that sentence.
Jasmine F (es) wrote: hate this one goes to far from the books, the second one is way better
Alina S (br) wrote: lol i saw this. it ws really really lame
Lele Ballin A (gb) wrote: people said it a good moive
Shiranjith G (ag) wrote: Lascivious! Artful erotic!
Lauren H (de) wrote: I love this weird insane movie about a young boy that desperately wants to be a little girl.
Melissa D (kr) wrote: Sad ending... Beautiful landscape, clothing, and concepts.
Marc K (es) wrote: A tale of unfulfilled love.
Thomas D (mx) wrote: This is one of those films that you don't really know what to expect going in, think the film is going one way, and then it takes you a completely different route. But I really appreciate what this film did for not only the black community, as a part of the black exploitation film era, but also what it did for Chicago as a city. Every now and then there would be a film centered in and filmed in Chicago, but Cooley High did a lot for the city in terms of revamping their stake in the movie business.Cooley High isn't really told in a typical 3 act structure. In fact, it's very episodic in that there's mini arcs within a bigger arc. For the most part, I enjoyed watching the film. We saw it in 70mm film for my cinema class and so I don't think I would have been aware of it otherwise, and I'm glad I got a chance to see it. Obviously being a white male, I'm not necessarily the target audience, but I think there's a lot of fun to be had with this group of kids from Cooley High. Not only is there a ton of great physical comedy (that holds up) but the writing makes you care about all of it's lead characters. I don't believe any of the actors became famous, but they worked really well together on screen. Which makes it even more heart-breaking when you see the entire film. It's pretty much my only main complaint with the film. 95 percent of the film is comedic and then all of a sudden the end of the film hits you like a shot in the dark. To me, that's almost manipulative and too jarring for an audience. It's a film you walk out in pure silence because you don't really know what you just saw. Having a pretty low budget, I'm sure they were constrained from filming in every location, but I do believe they could have used the Chicago landscape even more than they did. So overall, this film is pretty fun with great characters to watch and grow as high schoolers. The second half becomes a little uneven and the ending is very jarring, but it's definitely worth a watch for it's historical impact and it's comedic timing.+Really funny+Chemistry between the guys+Important in history-Jarring ending7.1/10
Steve A (it) wrote: like nothing else on this earth... thank christ for that! Bizarre, whacked-out, trippy, crazed, hypnotic, art-wanky, almost-unwatchable. Love it!!
Nathan T (au) wrote: Annabelle relies on quick jumpscares, rather than using the enviroment to cause horror.
Federico F (au) wrote: Different expectations from the original game. The plot almost the same, but are added pieces that do not count for anything. Revenge seems fanciful in which you lose the true interpretation of the usual bad boy Mark Wahlberg
Jorge M (gb) wrote: another ripoff from Rocky
Leon B (ru) wrote: Review: Although Hopkins & Pacino are 2 of the best method actors in the game, there names aren't enough to pull in audiences. The director had the chance to make an all time classic with these 2 top actors but he chose to make an mediocre thriller, which had a sketchy script and a unrealistic plot. Hopkins plays Arthur Denning, whose a successful pharmaceutical business man, who goes out with Emily Hynes (Malin Akerman). Emily becomes friends, on Facebook, with her ex-boyfriend, Ben Cahill (Josh Duhamel), whose an ambitious lawyer, who is willing to do anything to climb to the top. When Emily gives him some secret documents about Arthurs business, Ben takes it to the head of his company, Charles Abrams (Al Pacino), who tells him to go ahead with the case, even though Arthur is a brutal business man. From there, the movie goes down many different avenues, of murder, kidnap and deception. Hopkins is only in a few scenes, so he totally got wasted but Pacino puts in a good performance, even though he didn't play the lead. Josh Duhamel didn't bring the intensity that his role needed, and most of his decisions throughout the movie, we're totally ridiculous. For a lawyer, he should have known that his DNA was going to be all over the crime scene and I don't know why he just didn't go to the police right from the beginning. Anyway, it's a watchable movie, mainly because there is loads of twists and turns throughout but the director didn't take full advantage of the great cast. Watchable! Round-Up: At 76 years old, Al Pacino hasn't made a decent film since the awful Jack & Jill. With 4 projects in the pipeline, which include, The Irishman, Retribution, The Trap and Where the White Man Runs Away, I really don't think that he will hit the form that he had during the Godfather days. Anyway, this movie was made by, first time director, Shintaro Shimosawa, who has produced and written mostly for TV, which explains why this movie was such a big task for him. He must have thought that he won the lottery when Pacino and Hopkins decided to accept there roles but be should have done more scenes with them together, accept for concentrating on Josh, who seemed to be played by everyone. On the plus side, it doesn't drag on get boring, because there is enough material to keep the audience interested but the silly actions from the lead character made me question the dodgy storyline. Budget: $11million Worldwide Gross: $938, 750 I recommend this movie to people who are into their drama/thrillers, starring Josh Duhamel, Anthony Hopkins, Al Pacino, Alice Eve, Malin Akerman, Byung-hun Lee and Julia Stiles. 4/10