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Jordon J (ca) wrote: This movie as a whole is just flat out ridiculous the stupididty is just absurd, I honestly hated this film,I say SKIP IT!!!
Meghna P (es) wrote: i liked the odd pairing. it wasn't as sickly sweet as i imagined it to be. and i loved the music.
Seychelle G (nl) wrote: The storyline falls short in evoking the sympathy that comes with the issue of child abuse. The lead Scout (Natasha) was outstanding despite the overall acting being mediocre.
Ouhan (ru) wrote: good and interesting. there's a war between religion and communism.
tamorie h (au) wrote: When my brother first showed me a clip from this movie, it looked like it could've possibly been one of the most dumb movies ever, but after actually giving it a full chance and sitting down and watching the whole entire thing with him, i couldn't get enough of it. This movie had action, drama, and most of all comedy. Haha, i love watching this movie. It made m day when i first saw it. Hilarious. :D
Sarah M (ca) wrote: A short bizarre movie. I loved the dog. Cute, interesting and sweet, it's definitely different.
Katie V (fr) wrote: This film is on my top ten list. A must see.
Marischa B (jp) wrote: they kept talking about space and there were a few scenes in space from the moon, but the story was actually about more than that! it was about family and the choices that the kid made...in the end the story continues about people from other planets the end.
Paavo I (br) wrote: A very slow-moving Russian folktale. Beatifully shot and realized. Only the end with all the monsters resembles more the canteen scene in Star Wars than Hell breaking loose.
Cody H (br) wrote: best movie ever! I met Gunny before
Jei P (kr) wrote: awwwww i remember tucked under blanket with my 2 favorite cousins in Korea watching this!!!
Craig C (ca) wrote: One of the best romantic comedies of the 90s that harkens back to Hollywood's Golden Age, right down to the references to An Affair to Remember. Essential.