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Louise D (fr) wrote: Predictable story arc, bolstered considerably by fantastic, vanity-free performances and brilliant make-up work. And the costumes darling!
Trystan C (us) wrote: My first Mamet movie experience (I think) was interesting. The incredible Chiwetel Ejiofor plays an honour-above-all Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor. Through a series of fairly random events he gets screwed out of his genius training technique by some ultimate fighting promoters. The acting was great, and the theme was deep and apparent: Karma will reward you. My main issue with this is that events leading to the climax are SO random that they seemed to have just been placed together to serve the theme, and at times veer out of the realm of logic. Maybe I need to watch more Mamet?
Desiree Z (fr) wrote: I want to watch this movie~
Bethany B (ru) wrote: Conversations with Other Women still remains one of my favorite films. The split screen provides for an interesting watch and fits true to the film's tagline: There are two sides to every love story. Helena Bonham Carter and Aaron Eckhart have great energy on screen, further enhancing the development of the characters' relationship.
Collette (gb) wrote: If you like comedy from a good old boy from Texas, you'll love Ron White..he is one of my favorites!
Julia L (de) wrote: so dumb. one of those predictable forced funny teen movies.
Steve S (kr) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Four hour mini-series that tries to add some credibility to the mass of Hercules movies that have become somewhat of a joke over the years. Paul Telfer sure looks the part, though he also looks like he should be advertising toothpaste, or something like that. The story is still on the weak side as he goes through all his usual trials. Better than most, but nothing overly special.
Neil A (jp) wrote: wholesome Xmas kids film. hearts in the right place and cloris leachman is great
Anita R (ru) wrote: Not Monroe's best but still worth watching.
Jason S (nl) wrote: Despite its noir stylistic flourishes, A Single Shot is far too languidly paced and dreary to make too much of an impact. Rockwell, continuing to prove how much of an underrated commodity of an actor he is, raises the protagonists plight into something far more lofty than it deserves for this film. He brings gravitas to a role that is better than the film its in. Put it down to a wasted effort.
Senh B (au) wrote: Low budget film = shitty movie. Also, plot has been done before. On to the next one.