Home of Phobia
A horny college freshman feigns being gay to be near the beautiful co-ed of his desires.
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Trayton A (nl) wrote: To be honest, it isn't half bad when you think of it. I don't understand why so much users and critics hate this movie. When you seperate from comparing this and paranormal activity, this movie is REALLY GOOD.
FilmGrinder S (au) wrote: 75%-PDR Pride-Same ol, same ol.
Andr (gb) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 03.06.2003
Timothy K (au) wrote: Wonderful performances by the three leads. In elegant speech, worthy life lessons are preached.
Steve D (it) wrote: Pitiful excuse for a romantic comedy just a complete waste of time. You don't feel for the charectors and are board throughout
Benjamin H (us) wrote: Although not faithful to the superior novel, Lord of the Flies is able to depict the descent from hierarchy to anarchy in a much more interesting and brutal manner than the 1963 adaptation. My greatest disappointment was how little the film focus on Ralph's character.
Nikolas G (es) wrote: JUST ANOTHER great film
Ryan G (br) wrote: Burt Lancaster and Susan Sarandon have rarely been better, in the story of a man who gets one final chance to realize his dream.
Kyle G (it) wrote: Woody Allen showcases his immense verbal and physical talents in "Sleeper," which I consider far superior comedically to his more recognized works, such as "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan," due to its fearless plunge into ridiculousness. Here Woody doesn't marginalize comedy in favor of drama, but vice-versa. Since this is pretty much just an extended skit that displays complete mastery of its genre, it is nigh impossible to criticize in any other regard. To me, "Sleeper" has cemented Allen's reputation as the best comedy moviemaker of all time.On a side-note Diane Keaton holds up well with Allen onscreen and is darn funny herself (her "Stanley" is a hoot). There are no other intentionally funny characters except a missile-launcher team that can never get it right.
Jeremy K (mx) wrote: It's worth searching out this overlooked masterpiece just for the hypnotic opening score by Ennio Morricone. But stay with it and you will be mesmerised also by Brando's performance as Sir William Walker, a kind of 19th Century James Bond - morally dissolute, politically ruthless yet personally complex in equal measures. This powerful film asks what really lies behind the rhetoric of capitalist freedom and free trade? Made against the background of the Vietnam war, Queimada is strangely resonant for these times also - perhaps for all times. Different era, different empire, same agenda? Once seen, never forgotten.
Scott M (fr) wrote: Brody was good. But the movie looks like an amateur made it. Everything seems drab. The lighting. The camera angles. The rooms. Like they spent a few million on salaries but only a few thousand on the movie itself.
Russell H (it) wrote: A terrific blaxploitation flick. Hard-boiled action, beautiful women, and tons of funny one-liners.