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Dylan C (ca) wrote: It was a really good movie but didn't quite match the original awesomeness of the Bourne trilogy with Matt Damon. Still, it has a great cast and lots of great action.
SaUmYa V (nl) wrote: First part is bit boring but after second part it is quite interesting ..
Stephen T (ca) wrote: A very good filmmaker in Alexander Payne meets a quirky, wine-soaked script and together they create Sideways (2004) - an excellent romantic comedy and subtle road trip movie. Payne really finds the beauty in the Santa Barbara and Ventura County regions of Southern California wine country. He combines that natural beauty with flawed people trying to find beauty and naturalness in their own lives. The low-key, jazzy musical score never interferes with the dialogue, which is key to this film's success. It is funny and heartfelt at the same time. Paul Giamatti plays Miles as a self-loathing, wine-loving wingman to Thomas Hayden Church's up tempo, albeit wine-ignorant, charmer; a nice contrast. The female leads also complement each other nicely. Virginia Madsen uses listening and conversation as a tool to pry open the hard-shelled, crusty Miles to reveal a good guy who loves wine, wants love, and to be taken seriously. Meanwhile, Sandra Oh's flirty Maya scores the right pitch with Church's character Jack: a man-child who is as funny and he is insecure. Character-driven, uniquely set in the west coast wine country, and wonderful human writing make Payne's Sideways a winner. It is tough not to like it.
Dewa C (gb) wrote: i hope johnnie to can make running out of time 3 with lau ching wan, andy lau, & ekin cheng they work together must be very cool i want to see it..!
Emm L (mx) wrote: Hey Mehmet: Fatih Akin was one of the four writers of this film - not the director. Anno Saul helped write it too. It's quite different to the films Akin has directed: visually slick and beautiful, hilarious in parts and full of references to other films and plays. But it still has some interesting themes.
Bill K (it) wrote: Micro-budget snore-fest with six people supernaturally trapped in a cabin. Passable actors given terrible dialog & boring direction.
Kim L (br) wrote: This was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Bad plot, bad characters, ok, acting. I want my 2 hours back.
Michael H (mx) wrote: The movie adaptation of King's novel succeeds partially, thanks to an impressive performance from Dee Wallace as the mother. Fresh off of her standout performance inE.T.,she embraced the grindhouse grit of the material here, and cemented her status as a grade-A scream queen in the process.Cujoworks almost solely because of her, though King??s basic scenario doesn??t hurt the equation either.
Jayjay R (gb) wrote: This is one of the greatest sequels ever made.Johnathan Scott Taylor is brilliant as Damien and Robert foxworth is great as a creepy apostle..awesome
Logan M (mx) wrote: The Coen brothers at their most wickedly funny since "Fargo."
David G (kr) wrote: I thought this movie was great. Anyone who is a fan of Curb can definitely see that the apple didn't fall far from the tree. It's not a 10/10 but it is a a solid 8....or 4 stars...whatever it is you're into...
David S (kr) wrote: Not very funny. Not very good.
Philip P (ca) wrote: This movie had a lot of enjoyable elements. But I feel like the plot seemed a little too engineered. On the face of it it's an action comedy, but at times it takes itself too seriously and it has plenty of violence but very little action.The most entertaining part of the movie is the interplay between the characters full of ridiculously funny one liners and come back's. But it seems like the direction of these performances are somewhat lacking, every interaction within the first 45 minutes of the movie seems like the same regurgitated Laurel and Hardy routine.It's an OK flick with some snappy dialogue but I feel like the Writer is trying to pull off a magic trick that's not as impressive as he thinks which kind of brings down the film as a whole. But I'd say it's still worth a watch.
Steve M (us) wrote: By far the scariest in the series, and one of the scariest horror films of recent times.
Sheri A (kr) wrote: Get the Blu-Ray edition. Totally bad ass. Don't miss this movie. James Garner, who did ALL his own driving, and Yves Montand are awesome (despite the fact that Montand got towed around by a GT40 doing 130mph). F3 cars dressed up as F1s, all shot on location in Europe at several F1 venue. Awesome cinematography by John Frankenheimer and really-cool-for-the-day opening title sequence. Best. Racing. Movie. Ever. Period.