Hurricane on the Bayou
The film "Hurricane on the Bayou" is about the wetlands of Louisiana before and after Hurricane Katrina.
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Patti r (de) wrote: I heard the buzz around this film and was told it was a superb film. Some of the negative comments told me I would hate this film, they're wrong. 'Suing the Devil' is a stunning piece of cinema, a near flawless film that tells an important story. The cast here was excellent, Shannen Fields ('Facing the Giant's) surprised me here, and I thought she was refreshing in something totally different. This is one of the year's best films and is a phenomenal must see film. The cast is excellent, with several great performances. The plot is both dramatic and funny. Like I previously stated, I was very much surprised with the film, and it exceeded my expectations. SUING THE DEVIL is a great story about the ways we are deceived by Satan. This is a stunning film with several key performances. I enjoyed the film, and I thought it had just the right amount of comic relief to mix in with the drama.
Dan M (ag) wrote: It's a wonderful amalgam of dark comedy, performance art, and detective mystery. Watch it if you can.
Adam R (fr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 7/16/2008)
Jimmy N (es) wrote: Best Anime movie of 2001
Kevin M W (de) wrote: Fish out of water story has one good bit: Grant's attempts at a Lower East Side New York accent. You can skip the rest.
Jey A (gb) wrote: WAR ISN'T MERRY. >_< !
Griffin J (gb) wrote: An all around ok entry in Godzilla. SpaceGodzilla is a really intimidating monster, the space battles are cool, the special effects look great, and Godzilla mixed with sci-fi is always a fun combination. But not much happens up until the end of the movie. The human sub plot REALLY drags this time around, and I mean REEALY drags. The mothra fairies appear for like 2 seconds and they give a ridiculous explanation for SpaceGodzilla. Not bad, but skip to the end.
Brendan N (es) wrote: full of wrist snapping and seagal craziness this film is fun if you don't read to much into the central message.
Kevin B (it) wrote: Great homemade/guerrilla/grassroots ultra low budget scuzzy street gang action/revenge pic. Made by young, punk, 20-somethings in Dayton, OH in the 80s--but competently (even stylishly) so. Highly recommended, if that's your sort of thing.
Matthew S (fr) wrote: The biggest problem with this film is the failed attempt to add realism to a sequel to a truly magical old-school Hollywood musical. But when Streisand sings the film comes to life. It is also important to note that this was the last film shot by the great James Wong Howe. And, his brilliance is in full force. A beautifully shot movie. This movie is for Streisand fans only -- and I am one. So, I like it.
Anna R (ca) wrote: This film is in 3 parts the 3rd of which is the most entertaining in my opinion. It centres around the Plaza Hotel in New York and the characters inhabiting in it on this one particular day. I love Walter Matthau, he makes me wet myself, and in this he is superb. A must see!
Barbara M (br) wrote: Romantic comedy with a message: changing yourself can make other people sooooo much more agreeable and nice to be around! One of my favorite comedies since I was 10 years old!
Oliver N (nl) wrote: Undoubtedly a modern classic in terms of visual effects, sheer originality and inventiveness, Jurassic Park well surpasses any of its weaker sequels by producing an excellent story, which never attempts to borrow from anything before it... As it is the first of its kind. Even though it may falter now in some visual aspects, it must never be shunned, as it is popcorn entertainment at its finest.Verdict: A-
Heather M (it) wrote: Burt Reynolds - Enough said!