HealtH is set at a health food convention at a Florida luxury hotel, where a powerful political organization is deciding on a new president.
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Ole J (kr) wrote: There are some nice effects and good fighting scenes, but I did however feel that it was more suited for a series episode (a long one), but it wasn't all movie material for my sake.Allright acting, allright history, nice scenery and clothes, very realistic, but it just wasn't enough, it needed something...
John B (de) wrote: Cute trilogy. If you live in the Gettysburg area, you'll love it!
Richard S (kr) wrote: This film was bizarre, it was on for a ridiculously long time and didn't seem to have any purpose or meaning behind it apart from showng how grim Eastern Europe is during the winter. A complete misery fest.
Tia W (ag) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE & REAL HIP HOP!!!!!
Andrew L (gb) wrote: George Lucas' directing career has been very limited. So much so in fact that the last project he helmed before 'Phantom Menace' was the first Star Wars flick, 'A New Hope' back in 1977. Episode I is nothing special when compared to what went before, & this film needed to be, if only to justify re-visiting the Star Wars universe. The use of CGI (the quality of which is by no means a high point in this CGI-laden opus) bogs down any humanity & heart in the story & acting, & results in the creation of the first & most annoying computer animated character ever committed to film (just because you have the technology & money to do it, doesn't mean it's a good idea). Natalie Portman is the most wooden of the cast, where as Neeson & McGregor try but fail to achieve anything with their rather two-dimensional roles. Despite it showing the origins of Anakin Skywalker, 'Phantom Menace' - along with it's follow-up 'Attack Of The Clones' - is a very pointless film, & one which should really never have been made. In deed, the film is so poorly observed that it neglects the more interesting characters such as Darth Maul in favour of including C-3PO & R2-D2 (a very unwise decision).
Peter B (ru) wrote: A perfect film by Hitchcock. The acting, camera work and script are all top notch. Add to this one of the most memorable scenes in film history, (the shower scene) and you've got yourself a work of art. There are no faults to find here.
Evan H (es) wrote: This is a strange little movie. People start killing people randomly because God told them to!
Peter B (kr) wrote: In this Hunger-Games-like Japanese film, one class of 42 students are taken to a remote island, given supplies and a random weapon each, and instructed to fight to the death, leaving one winner. The dialogue is cheesy and the acting is unimpressive, but this bloody and violent affair has a lot of strong points.
Stuart M (fr) wrote: It has a good concept and the set up is nice, but the final culmination is a little lacking. Also, when you have all your Russians speaking English it really makes it confusing when you have characters coming in who are supposed to be American. When you need a piece of dialogue to tell you that a character is speaking a different language you have a problem. How can you tell if he's supposed to be speaking Russian or not? Or is he supposed to be speaking Russian the whole time?Nevertheless, the acting is solid and the direction superb. The opening scene with the ominous music is made even eerier by the innocent fun the camera is showing, and the camera following behind the girl's ice skates (in themselves a key plot point) is a brilliant touch. Setting a fairly conventional murder mystery in Soviet Russia may be a bit gimmicky, but at least it's a good gimmick.
Thomas M (mx) wrote: For a movie that I had never heard of, this was a great find! I had got it for Luis Armstrong's performances, but with the movies stunning Parisian back drop and slice of life feel to it, I was really taken aback. This is not your typical simple sweet American comedy. It almost has a foreign feel to it, in it's simplicity and earthiness. My hat is off to you Director, Martin Ritt!
Peyton D (fr) wrote: The layout of the plot is what truly tied the film together. Acting was okay for what the film was, but watching the plot unfold while also revealing how each character is tied to one another keeps you on the edge of your seat. Refreshingly different action sequences stray away from the clich (C) car chases and focus on making the bicycle chases exciting and fun to watch.
Oscar G (de) wrote: Un despliegue de recursos que brillan en la pantalla. Un clsico.
willie r (ag) wrote: Jeff Bridges brings the true emotions that few actors can truly bring ...love this movie