Here Comes the Groom
Foreign correspondent Pete Garvey has 5 days to win back his former fiancée, or he'll lose the orphans he adopted.
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Harv N (us) wrote: There's nothing terrible about it, and sometimes when you watch a Hindi movie, that's the baseline and something to be grateful for. However, it also wasn't particularly good. There's nothing memorable about it, the songs were below mediocre, and having three parallel storylines meant all of them were shallow and you felt an emotional connection to none. At least the actors are beautiful?
Deborah H (ru) wrote: Total bore! YAWN!!!! I need say no more! :)
Nicola W (it) wrote: A guy catches his best mates wife having an affair and his actions lead to some awkward situations. All works out well in the end in this quite amusing Rom com.
Marina U (br) wrote: keren! aktingnya shun mantap! plus script bagus en cuman ngegunain 1 setting tapi bikin orang penasaran!
Petros T (ru) wrote: Given the amount of praise it has received, I did expect something more. Yet, although it doesn't really offer anything extraordinary, the insight into touring, recording and trying to release material in a not-so-welcoming market is of interest. Lips and Robb are both very likable and their strong friendship along with their shared passion for their music result in some very touching, even deep moments. As a metalhead and Anvil fan, the parade of bigger names paying their respects is precious.
Aya A (gb) wrote: A cracking film with great performances...I was really dissappointed with the Noman Ijaz role. What a waste of a fantastic actor!
Calvin C (ag) wrote: is it me or did this seem like it was a pilot for a show that wasn't (thankfully) picked up?
Jeramie K (gb) wrote: A film containing multiple entertaining moments but none of lasting effectiveness -- 10 Items or Less relies on it's simplicity, straight-forwardness and it's lead actors to win over the audience. While both Morgan Freeman and Paz Vega have an almost surprising chemistry on camera, it does little to make up for other areas of the film.The aforementioned simplicity does more harm than good, as it leaves the audience without any memorable scenes or moments. While the journey for the films characters remain significant, the audience is not allowed on the same journey.Instead of taking you into their world, the film constantly reminds us that we are doing nothing more than watching film. A sad reality and one that shouldn't be the goal of any filmmaker.
Indira E (us) wrote: Exciting, but slowly turns to a not-so-great movie. And i hate how they made this film looks like all about Steve Jobs and Bill only looks like a jealous kid who missed all the fun (though he beats Steve eventually)
Joseph M (gb) wrote: A different Star Wars feature. This one takes its time to build up the foundation of the story. Some interesting characters, political commentary and Darth Maul!
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Whit w (it) wrote: This is a surprisingly poor movie anthology from Amicus Films. Not even Burgess Meredith or Jack Palance can save it. All of the stories are instantly forgettable and the wraparound story of Meredith's "Dr. Diabolo" is really bad. I mean, c'mon..."Look into the shears of fate". Not scary. Only completists (me) or die-hard Amicus fans should bother with this one.
Lee B (it) wrote: I guess this was supposed to be a really shocking doc for its time, but it wasn't as shocking as advertised. And the doc seemed more like a good excuse for the filmmaker to travel to a lot of interesting places. It is really just suppose to be a slice of life for the fringe that isn't seem by regular society, but in this age of the internet, we've all seen videos of drunk people stumbling through the streets or bar fights that this isn't needed anymore. But it is interesting that they have villages with a bunch of people missing limbs from shark attacks, but maybe they should have spent more time on things that interesting instead of the bar scene of Germany. But, I guess this is "landmark", and I can appreciate that.
Hugo V (br) wrote: -The Fifth Estate is a 2013 thriller film directed by Bill Condon, about the news-leaking website WikiLeaks. The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as its editor-in-chief and founder Julian Assange, and Daniel Brhl as its former spokesperson Daniel Domscheit-Berg Anthony Mackie, David Thewlis, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tucci, and Laura Linney are featured in supporting roles. The film's screenplay was written by Josh Singer based in-part on Domscheit-Berg's book Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange and the World's Most Dangerous Website (2011), as well as WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy (2011) by British journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding. The film's name is a term used to describe the people who operate in the manner of journalists outside the normal constraints imposed on the mainstream media. Co-produced by DreamWorks Pictures and Participant Media, The Fifth Estate premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, and was released in theaters by Touchstone Pictures in the United States on October 18, 2013, with international distribution divided among Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, and independent arrangements by Mister Smith Entertainment. The film performed poorly at the box office and garnered mixed critical reaction, receiving criticism for its screenplay and direction; however, praise was given on the acting, particularly Cumberbatch's performance.- Julian Assange has described the film as a "massive propaganda attack", he did discuss the film with Benedict Cumberbatch, with Cumberbatch claiming that he's "personally supportive" of the organization.Critical response:-The Fifth Estate received mixed reviews from film critics. The film currently holds a 37% approval rating on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 163 reviews with an average rating of 5.4/10. The site's consensus reads: "Heavy on detail and melodrama but missing the spark from its remarkable real-life inspiration, The Fifth Estate mostly serves as a middling showcase for Benedict Cumberbatch's remarkable talent." On Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 based on reviews from critics, the film has a score of 49 based on 42 reviews, indicating "mixed to average" reception. It received an average grade of "B" from market-research firm CinemaScore. Despite the film's mixed reception, Benedict Cumberbatch's performance as Assange has received much praise.
Johann M (us) wrote: This 2007 film is an astonishing incredibly sad drama about a young girl who separates a couple from a lovely future by lying about a crime he did not commit and her attempts throughout her life to seek redemption. A beautifully adapted tale with an Academy Award-winner breathtaking score.