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Quindo D (au) wrote: A good introduction to the fandom for outsiders without being too overwhelming.
Ersavas G (br) wrote: I am not well informed about the real story but I liked it as a movie very much.
Adam R (de) wrote: It would have been better if it had gone for a more classic feel. The pop music and dancing is mediocre at best, and occasionally annoying. None of the songs have stuck with me. The story was simple and recycled, but I liked it. It is a sweet and watchable television movie, but not much of a musical. (First and only full viewing - 9/27/2010)
John D (nl) wrote: despite being called "Zombies: Wicked Little Things", this isn't really a zombie movie. not bad though.
Neville K (gb) wrote: A stirring, outrageous and emotionally compelling documentary that proves once again that even in a free America, justice is hard to find.
Chris D (de) wrote: The audience deserved so much better than this flat mob concoction and quite frankly, so did Lucky Luciano...in an endless list of movie mediocrity, this was one of Christian Slater's first tastes.
Kerry I (us) wrote: Mark Dolson (Zeljko Ivanek), a passionate and idealistic seminarian is assigned to work with a jaded priest (Jack Lemmon) in rich suburbia. Their relationship gets a rocky start, but soon they find some common ground. As they begin to forge a friendship, a number of issues confronting the Roman Catholic Church are examined. This film is sensitive, introspective and deep, while remaining accessible.
Jaime R (ag) wrote: Another Bergman masterpiece.
Glenn B (ca) wrote: This one is a real Agar-fest. Whether that is a good thing or not is up to you.
Rand N (kr) wrote: Hard to go wrong with all star cast such as this, I loved the Newspaper plot since I worked for newspapers not too many years after the film was released. The comedy almost had a slapstick genre to it. A fun movie to watch in this day & age. alot of lines to remember and a little fast for the the time window, I'd have like too seen it slowed down just a bit, but still well worth the 5 star rating I gave it.
Jeff D (au) wrote: The greatest female directed movie of all-time.
Anders A (nl) wrote: A nearly standard pitched movie, signed by Burton. Attacking falseness and plagiarising towards the art scene. Also bethroning females in their fight for their rights. Enjoyable enough and nothing sticking attached.
Todd B (jp) wrote: No special effects, but a script that is thought provoking, which is a rare delight in this age.
Valentin G (ru) wrote: Beyond all that I can say about the film, this is the seventh art in its maximum expression. 10/10