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BJ P (nl) wrote: it was heavy.. but gud movie..directed by Angelina Jolie
Federico F (ru) wrote: Typical scenes of catastrophic kind to Roland Emmerich. Expectations had to be exorbitant given the plot and the story, but very obvious and banal of some scenes, where the fortune could not save you from the end of the world
Harrison R (ru) wrote: The only way to make perfumers seem badass (also a good amount of nudity)
Janet C (nl) wrote: Awesome movie for whole family!
Andrew D (us) wrote: Amazing score by Brian Eno. The documentary is pretty uninteresting, repetitive, and misleading.
Jenn M (kr) 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
Cathleen K (ca) wrote: your mod clothes and cute hats are no match for ... Baron Otto von Kleist!!!!
Sarfara A (it) wrote: To Sir, With Love Magnificent legendary Sidney Poitier in one of his career's shining roles. He plays an engineering graduate Mark Thackeray (like me :-). As he is on the search for his degree-oriented job, he stumbles upon mere job at inner-city high school. He encounters some unethical and manner-less students, who drive teachers nuts with their hanky-panky and hoax. Adapted from same name, a semi-autobiographical novel by E. R. Braithwaite. Sidney Poitier plays a fine man of discipline, etiquette, codes of ethics, and he is a gentleman. He is discouraged by fellow colleague about mischievous students, but Mark takes it to settle issues with manners and touchy philosophical communication of words to reach students' hearts and minds. There is a scene, where Sidney Poitier loses his temper at his students, he gives outstanding performance there. Sidney Poitier dealt with racial and social issues in two movies in same year of 1967, other being 'In The Heat Of The Night' another gem of brilliance of Sidney Poitier. (Note: Film has famous song To Sir, With Love by Lulu, who also stars in the movie)