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Joe S (it) wrote: if John wick was a spaghetti western it be this movie ! I enjoyed this don't take this movie seriously it's low budget shoot em up bang bang with two well known actors in it I'll see it again !!
Sophia F (nl) wrote: This movie was an emotionally engaging documentary about the frustrations of corruption in government. I'm usually someone whose pro-big government, but this story was compelling enough to make me realize that there are some real problems with the system.
Karen H (mx) wrote: 2015-07-10 on Syfy as Swamp Volcano
Nilufer R (es) wrote: It was better than I expected. I've always been keen on vigilante stories and this one was well told. I wasn't particularly impressed with the acting or the actors and I sure didn't like the ending.
Kenneth L (ru) wrote: It was ok. Not the best I've ever seen. I waited and rented it. James Callis is much better in Battlestar Galactica. Not sure what he was going for in this one.
tyron r (nl) wrote: film is a complete mess, worth the watch for the last third really.
Vaughan M (fr) wrote: One of the worst comedies of the 21st century
User O (mx) wrote: The voice over was suitably manic as they tell the tale of Gesualdo cutting down an entire forest with his bare hands after killing his family ('follow me, let me show you what he did next!') Overall though,this film is rather amateurish and surprisingly shoddy. Unthinkably poor, given it's Herzog.
Gimly M (gb) wrote: It perhaps lacks some of the heart or emotional depth of Class of 1984, instead opting to pick up Arnold Schwarzeneggar's role as The Terminator and dump him in Arnold Schwarzeneggar's job in Kindergarten Cop... Okay that's not quite true, but I couldn't help thinking about that exact scenario while I was watching it. Either way it is a great example of classic post-Mad-Max cinema.
Tim M (fr) wrote: "Pet Sematary" has stood the test of time not because it is a great film, but because it is the creepiest damned thing you will ever see. Stephen King at his best.
Ryan W (de) wrote: This is a great story about the legendary horse it is very heart-warming and the film provides great detail about the past of Phar Lap
Harry C (ag) wrote: a spellbinding film that has and a true masterpiece
Jon E (ca) wrote: A very clever combination of post-apocalyptism and sorcery.
Brandon W (ca) wrote: Old Yeller is a really great movie that is memorable for a reason. The kid actors are great, and the little kid is really good at acting like a brat. What got me so invested and surprised, are the animal actors. I don't know how they do it so well, especially Old Yeller. The theme song is catchy, and the story is not bad. The characters are decent, and there's some cute moments that'll make the kids happy. When it does get to the ending, I think little kids would be scared, and start crying after getting sad. For me however, I didn't cried at all but was just a bit sad done for what they did, but it doesn't last that long which I was fine with. It has its charms, and it's the ultimate story of a dog that meets a boy.
Bruno C (us) wrote: It is not my favorite kind of movie, but it was an okay one. At some moments, while watching it, I felt like I was reading the graphic novel.
Andr D (au) wrote: "Strangerland" es el debut de la directora Kim Farrant y el regreso al cine independiente australiano de Nicole Kidman, desde su aparicin en "Dead Calm", la pelcula de Philip Noyce de 1989. Esta es una cinta oscura, ambigua y perturbadora acerca de una pareja que vive con sus dos hijos adolescentes en un poblado en la mitad del desierto. La madre, llamada Catherine (un excelente Nicole Kidman), es una mujer atractiva que necesita de un afecto que poco recibe. El padre, llamado Matthew (Joseph Fiennes), es un farmaceuta que huye con su familia de un escndalo que involucr a su hija adolescente y que lo hace mantener una agresividad reprimida.Misteriosamente, los hijos Tom y Lily, salen de su casa una noche y desaparecen sin dejar rastro. Comienza una bsqueda desesperada y llena de secretos que involucra a Rae, el polica del pueblo (un siempre estupendo Hugo Weaving)."Strangerland" no es una pelcula para todos los pblicos. Su aire perverso, sus escenas sexuales y la falta de respuestas harn que los espectadores acostumbrados al cine facilista salgan corriendo de la sala. La directora Kim Farrant intenta, sin mucho xito, emular la esttica y la atmsfera de las pelculas de David Lynch, ayudada de una excelente fotografa a cargo de PJ Dillon. Sin embargo, es grato ver a Nicole Kidman en un papel exigente y que la saca de su zona de seguridad y del mismo modo, a un Joseph Fiennes por fin alejado de las series de televisin mediocres y del infierno de las pelculas de fe.
Barney o (jp) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: 'Trainspotting' really deserved to be the breakthrough that it was for Danny Boyle, as it takes the well-established style and black humour of his slightly inconsistent 'Shallow Grave' and puts it into a film that has a very strong narrative indeed. Yes it genuinely feels like he's honed and refined his vision here, and such the film is in a much better position to show off the dark laughs, the terrifying truths and the fresh, sickly reality of eveything its got to offer. In that regard, it really is a fresh take on protraying darkness, as we see everything through the cloudy, charmed eyes of our troubled lead, which engages you in what otherwise may be difficult - and crucially this time, keeps you there until the end. All that is helped enormously by great character writing and performances from Ewan McGregor and his supporting cast members, as well as an awesome soundtrack that keeps the flow and gives it all a bit more room to breathe. The payoff in the end is no longer a convoluted and over the top mess then; more so a well-concluded and meaningful, if thankfully still unpredictable tie-up.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Now his vision is so clear, I have to admit that some of the humour makes me feel a little uncomfortable. I suspect that's the idea.VERDICT: 'Trainspotting' is a film that's as strong in vision as it is in narrative, and that's what makes it such a huge success for director Danny Boyle.
Jakki J (nl) wrote: This outing with Doris Day and Rock Hudson differs from their other films in that they are already married. This time Rock is a hypochondriac and manages to still get himself into a world of trouble. Of course he even risks losing his marriage in the process, but it wouldn't be nearly as fun if they didn't have to kiss and make up!