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Trey B (jp) wrote: Funny but Kev Hart has been funnier.
Stuart K (au) wrote: The directorial debut of Swedish director Malik Bendjelloul, who had got his start in film by working as a child actor and working as a reporter for Swedish TV and Radio. He decided to make this documentary after working on music documentaries for Swedish TV. It's a truly amazing story, about discovery and re-discover and however bizarre and unlikely it sounds, all of it is 100% true. Back in 1970, Detriot musician Sixto Rodriguez made a slight splash and got acclaim on the club circuit. That was enough to get 2 albums made, and then he vanished. Shortly afterwards, his albums turned up in South Africa, then under the apartheid regime, but Rodriguez's music became massively popular, after the Apartheid ended. Two fans of Rodriguez, Stephen 'Sugar' Segerman and Craig Bartholomew Strydom set off to find out more about him, and go about discovering whether the rumours spread around about his death are true. Because of the Apartheid, no-one knows anything about Rodriguez, then Segerman got a call from the man himself... It's a truly amazing story, as Rodriguez is a truly talented songwriter and singer, but he was never given the chance to flourish, as he wasn't given the promotion he deserved, but he was given a second chance at fame. The film has a poignant edge now as director Bendjelloul committed suicide in May 2014.
Anthony T (de) wrote: The cast really raised my expectations of this film, but in the end it was just your average teen comedy. Worth a watch if you have some friends over and nothing to do.
Claudette A (ca) wrote: I really like this movie series. The colours are wonderful.
Jens S (ag) wrote: Some ideas and especially the atmosphere of the southern swamps remind of the first True Detective season, and came out years before it. But the timing is off a couple of times and the characters just aren't as compelling. In the end the film does pick up a little speed and you can't blame a story based on real events for being not particularly spectacular or surprising. But if it wasn't for the good names in the cast this would have been instantly forgotten.
gary t (au) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch..its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that both steven seagal n anthong "treach" criss play good parts throughout this movie...i think that the director of this Action & Adventure, Documentary movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...i think that the car chases n the fight scenes are pretty kewl thorughout this movie..its an enjoyable Action & Adventure, Documentary movie 2 watch
CARLOS C (ru) wrote: The story of a group of jews escaping from ocupied France during the II World War. A must see!
Allan C (ru) wrote: A solid cast (Danny Aiello, Jeff Daniels, Teri Hatche,r Glenne Headly, Peter Horton, Marsha Mason, Paul Mazursky, James Spader, Eric Stoltz, Charlize Theron) is wasted in this Tarantino wannabe. This film really makes you appreciate how Tarantino (or Robert Altman for that matter) can seamlessly tell multiple stories that are somehow intertwined. In this film, but stories converge pretty much by far fetched coincidence in a forced and not all that interesting of way. Charlize Theron and James Spader are the only cast members to really bring any life to the lifeless and meandering script. Paul Mazursky is also very good, but his story ends far too soon when his character is merely caught up in the rest of the film's contrived story. Still, there are bright moments here and there, but they are far to far and in-between to make this a good film.
Bradley K (nl) wrote: Awkward and at times baffling internal logic but filled with unexpected treats. Definitely an overlooked gem.
Ms A (fr) wrote: Gritty and believable.
Rachel P (us) wrote: Damn good movie. I can't believe how his parents were making excuses and taking up for his sorry ass.
Michael W (ag) wrote: It shows the stresses racism has on relationships and life itself. It's full of simplistic acting and too many long shots through doors, but the realism of dealing with such prejudice makes this an important watch.
Ben D (nl) wrote: Better than the last Futurama film, but still lacks the consistency needed to make a really decent one. Two more tries left.
Greg W (ca) wrote: the supporting cast is just as good as the headliners in this still funny comedy
John D (br) wrote: Great classic rental
Jason T (it) wrote: joan gets to give the nazis a slap in the face. joan is the only reason I watch this movie cause I can't stand john wayne.
Kevin K (us) wrote: Many reviews seem to focus on the acting skills of the Navy SEALs in this film, but why? This is amazing action flick with only the occasional pause where scripted dialogue takes over. I think the critics are likely a bunch of slimy leftists who can't stomach the idea of loving America the way these military men do.
bill s (kr) wrote: Revenge tinged with regret.Bloody,violent and gritty well done thriller.
Matthew Y (us) wrote: Had potential but never fulfilled and left me bored.