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David E (us) wrote: I love Tyler Perry... But this film was too much of a take off of The First Wives Club! Don't get me wrong I liked it. There is just not enough character development and there was several holes in the story line! It was worth the watch though!
Himjyoti T (kr) wrote: 2.5 for Vinay Pathak only...Otherwise 1 Star ;)
Jack S (gb) wrote: Good movie a little boring at times but that doesn't take away from the film just I wasn't that interested until the end
Lasse K (gb) wrote: Horrible crap, even by exploitation movie standards. Every single aspect of this "film" sucks and then some. When you start reaching for "fast forward" DURING a sex scene, you should have the sense to press "eject" instead.
LiChing O (de) wrote: I enjoy musicals but this was over th top, and the performances were disappointing.
Jonathan B (ag) wrote: If you have a passing knowledge of comic book superheroes you'll find this satire hysterical. It seems that all of the superhero powers are lampooned hysterically.
X T (ag) wrote: A meditative anti-thriller-cum-Electra adaptation that broods along and unravels slowly. This is easily the most conventional Rivette film, focusing more on sketching out the characters' psychological terrain than any of his other works, though the film's style and narrative structure is pure Rivette, including a set of characters who repeats the same set of actions until the narrative reaches its conclusion. While this has served Rivette well in his films about theater and cinematic deconstruction, it works just as well here because Rivette is more interested in examining the process and circumstances causing the major narrative actions rather than the actions themselves. Bonnaire is excellent.
Quartney H (ag) wrote: The actress who plays the young Lara is breath taking and makes this film wonderful. The older Lara isnt as convincing.
sylvia s (de) wrote: this has great effects
Heidi M (gb) wrote: Great film! If you like anime, you'll enjoy this movie!
Stuart K (au) wrote: Directed by Alan Parker, who had just come off the nightmarish production of Pink Floyd-The Wall (1982), Parker decided he wanted to do a simple character piece for his next film, nothing complicated. Based on William Wharton's 1978 bestselling novel, Parker came off this film rejuvenated and refreshed, and it would set the scene for what would come next in Angel Heart (1987) and Mississippi Burning (1988). As a teenager, Al Columbato (Nicolas Cage) became friends with local eccentric Birdy (Matthew Modine), who has an obsession with birds, and he wants to fly like a bird. Even though Al is at first scornful of Birdy's dreams and ambitions, he takes part in his experiments in the slums of Philadelphia. However, after they both enlist to fight in Vietnam, everything changes. After both being injured in an operation, Al suffers facial injuries while Birdy suffers a traumatic shock, and he's sent to a mental home, where he now believes he's a bird. Al travels to the mental hospital in an attempt to try and snap Birdy out of his locked in state of mind. It's a near heartbreaking film, and it shows Cage could turn in a powerful, gut-wrenching performance, and that Modine is a truly underrated actor. It's topped off with an eerie score by Peter Gabriel, and some great direction by Parker, who captures the era well.
Blackity B (es) wrote: This film has sometimes been compared the Lang's more famous "M", and there are some definite similarities. In fact, this is even more of a psychological thriller I would argue, because it tries to explore the true depths of madness a person can fall into. The premise itself is fascinating, and the first two acts are very suspenseful foreboding...but in the 3rd one, it all falls rather flat. The movie suddenly turns into an action/chase roller-coaster, and for me at least, it just took me out of it. I would have preferred if the plot stuck by the doctor himself, and we found out more about how he is doing all this. Still, it wasn't enough to ruin the movie, though I think with a better resolution it would have been a real masterpiece.
Ashley H (mx) wrote: Firestarter is a disappointing film. It is about a couple who participated in a potent medical experiment to gain telekinetic ability and then have a child who is pyrokinetic. Drew Barrymore and David Keith give terrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. Mark L. Lester did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.