Love is the Word is a moving, romantic and funny coming-of-age drama about the magic of first love and the misery of first lost, set in 1978: the year 'Grease' hit the big screen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Love is the Word is a moving, romantic and funny coming-of-age drama about the magic of first love and the misery of first lost, set in 1978: the year 'Grease' hit the big screen.
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Daniel S (es) wrote: I've always been a fan of Terry Gilliam, I've liked everything i've seen of his, so i was def looking forward to this, also cuz i really like waltz, it's got a real disorienting vibe to it, a lot of times you dont know whats fully going on, especially by the end, but it's not about being able to figure everything out, it's more a visual sensory experience, with several memorable scenes, several supporting actors do good jobs-thewlis, thierry and the boy, plus several other big actors in cameos, def recommend for gilliam fans
Jonathan D (fr) wrote: This movie is one of the worst movies I've seen. It doesn't know what the hell it wants to be. I wanted to like it, but wow it accomplishes nothing. If the Director wanted to make a movie that has not repeat value and leaves the viewer feeling empty...then mission accomplished. This movie is terrible!
Dana A (au) wrote: Pretty interesting but it never really went there with the story telling nor did it tell me much about that time period. The movie works well as an outline but it wasn't as compelling as I thought it would be. While you do end up caring about the boy and the people he interacts with its more because your hoping something interesting will happen to them, which sadly never happens.
Daniel R (it) wrote: Personal Score: negative 8.5 and a half/10 Let's imagine there's a hobo outside a movie theater during the coldest part of winter. You give him a movie ticket and tell him to enjoy the comfortable theater and an entertaining film. 19 minutes later he emerges saying the previews were good, but he'd rather freeze to death than watch that movie. If this ever happened, it may have happened during a screening of Magic in the Water. I was invited to a sneak preview of this when I was at the impressionable age of 12. The impression I got was that this was the lousiest movie I had ever seen. I don't actually know what the worst movie of all time is, but this is the worst I've ever sat through. If someday you find yourself in a sickly hot room, tied to a chair and being told you're going to have to watch Magic in the Water forever with the Clockwork Orange device holding your eyes open, let there be no doubt that you are in Hell. In that way, and in that way only, Magic in the Water made me want to be a better person, because I just have a feeling that Satan has this in his library, unless of course not even he can watch it. I also would like to advise anyone who has children not to give this as a Christmas gift (or a gift of any kind). They will not only think it means they are bad, but they will believe they are unloved. Hated even. They may take it as a notice that you are about to give them away. I wouldn't even give this to my worst enemy. I'm sure that person would probably rather just be killed. You may think this review funny or unfunny. You may think it a complete waste of time. You may be mad at yourself for reading it, but it is still better than this movie, as is just about everything else.
Misti S (us) wrote: I would rather be beat up than watch this again. This may be the worst movie I've ever seen.
Jonathan P (it) wrote: The Omen IV The Awakening is a made for TV horror film that has a bad rap attached to it as being one of the worst films ever made and though by no means is the film on the same level as it's predecessors it isn't nearly as bad as everyone labels it as being. Though the scares are few, the suspense minimal, and the dialogue laughable, the acting isn't half bad and it is able to create a slight sense of unease. Perhaps it hit me a bit harder than others as the child actress looks and acts a lot like my oldest daughter but the movie was enough to keep me interested if not a tad bait bored.
Jessica R (es) wrote: I thought this movie was one of the worst examples of a horror film I have ever seen. The acting was shotty and was full of stereotype characters that were awful. The retired drunk cop trying to redeem himself and the young female cop trying to make a name for herself on the force. Not only was the acting forced, and seemed straight out of a high school play, but the camera work was fanatic and the music at times overpowered the dialogue. The only saving grace of this movie was that the gore was awesome. The story had potential but needed finalizing. Overall this was just awful.
Shayla M (mx) wrote: Very funny. Love the bloopers.
Private U (nl) wrote: The first of a trilogy from director Massimo Dallamano, though sadly the third installment RED RINGS OF FEAR, he was only able to script as he died suddenly in a violent car accident before production of the film. Anyhow, with SOLANGE, Dallamano sets up a very complex giallo starring Euro-Cult fav, Fabio Testi and the very sexy Spanish starlett, Cristina Galbo. Solange is played by a very young Camille Keaton, the daughter of Buster Keaton. She would later be better known for her role in the cult classic I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE. SOLANGE is one of the best examples of the gialli of the day. Intense storyline, great character roles and super score from Ennio Morricone. Once you have seen this film, you'll want to see the sequel, WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO OUR DAUGHTERS. Which is equally as good in a much different way. Sadly RED RINGS, with the absense of Dallamano's direction, falters through the cracks!
Eaten S (kr) wrote: A beautiful final eulogy spoken by Spalding himself. I think he knew what was on his epitaph, if not in stone then in spirit: this is a lamentation.