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Madeline M (fr) wrote: Unexpectedly heart-warming and humorous. And just gorgeous to look at.
Analisa H (ca) wrote: This film just about kills me every time I watch it. Sure, it's one of the most low-budget films I've ever seen in my life, but it's still wonderful. Since watching this straight-to-DVD mockumentary I've gained a deep appreciation for many of the prominent voice-over actors of our time, as well as a huge inflation of respect and adoration for the great Mark Hamill.
Austin G (au) wrote: This movie rocks, the Farley brothers are at it again, with a stupid story line, but still making me laugh through the whole thing, and you just come to love the brothers (twins) that are Bob and Walt Tenor. 4/5 stars
Sean N (nl) wrote: An unflinching look at the life of a serial killer. Everything seems genuine.
Larry (de) wrote: This movie was freaking crazy awesome. :DA Must See.
Leil Zahra M (mx) wrote: mmm, a must see for anyone interested in politics. Visually impressive, Godard at his most playful. Funny, educative, striking and outrageous.
David S (br) wrote: Both too blunt and at times too pandering, this is an unsuccessful adaptation of Orwell's novel.
William W (fr) wrote: This fine Lang film, made during World War II after he moved Stateside, fully elucidated his fears and distaste for the Fascist regime of his homeland.
Jonathan M (us) wrote: Moving, exilerating and entertaining, with Andy Serkis' ape stealing the show - highly recommended!
William M (us) wrote: A poor-mans "My Fair Lady" - just doesn't hold up well over time
Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.
Martin T (ru) wrote: Truffaut continues the trend of decent-but-underwhelming films from the latter half of his career. The subject matter is dark, but Truffaut seems to distance himself from it, there's a rather dry and uninvolved tone throughout. I don't know what happened to Truffaut in the early 70's, he just kind of lost his spark. Not that this is a bad movie, far from it... but it's hard not to contrast it with the earlier masterpieces and wish there was a little more oomph to it.