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Sukanya V (es) wrote: A two and a half hour guide on how not to act by Rani Mukerji and Saif Ali Khan. What's nice? The cute Sardar kid.
Greg W (de) wrote: good story epic like drama
Roy P (kr) wrote: (Net) good but very slow to start
pari (nl) wrote: this movie is really supherb....it tore me to shreds....spectacular performance by anil kappor!!!
Andrew D (gb) wrote: before the start the director said that it was wasn't an action or drama - more of an atmospheric film, and he hoped we enjoyed the atmosphere ... i did. the chemistry between the twins was intense - from jealousy, to love, and everything in between ... the twins were on stage afterwards for a Q&A - apparently they don't fight as much as they used to !
DeNae G (br) wrote: Odd little movie. Not Justin Long's best work at all.
Jason P (de) wrote: Epic. Tragic. Beautiful.Revealing the humanness of the inmates while not sentimentalizing or idealizing them was well-done and didn't seem forced. Highly recommended.
Jordan P (au) wrote: It's funny Jim Carey is in it for crying out loud it tells the story of a good kids book by dr Seuss
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Gordon B (mx) wrote: Instead of feeling thrilled by this 90's thriller, I felt jerked around , toyed with and frustrated.
Ian D (gb) wrote: Love. It. Starting my Pride movie spree with some eleganza.
Carly B (it) wrote: I don't know much about baseball, but this movie is the bomb.
Knox M (mx) wrote: Hitchcock's most underrated film is a movie you have to watch more than once to notice the Hitchcock elements. His best film since Psycho, but surely not the best of his films post-Psycho, which would either be Frenzy or Family Plot.
Stacia D (ca) wrote: This movie should be billed as more of a femme fatale story than a thriller. The first half of the movie is stronger than the last, but Catherine Deneuve has always been one of my favorite actresses (even in some of her worst movies) and I loved her in this dark story.
Shafeek K (br) wrote: One of the most beautiful movies I ever watched.
Juan S (nl) wrote: An other amazing chapter to the residents evil movies
Josh M (fr) wrote: Formulaic and full of cliches, yet still very enjoyable. Like Almost Famous, Rock Star comes on VH1 late at night at least a once or twice a month and I stop channel-surfing to see it every time.
Jim E (es) wrote: A Disney movie unlike any other. It's delightful, funny, and supremely interesting. If you ever have the opportunity to see it, make sure you do. There are several beautiful animated short films weaved into the lighthearted live-action frame story. As a work of art, this film is far from perfect, but it's just such a fascinating and entertaining experience that I'm rating it 100%.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Directed by Marc Forster (Finding Neverland (2004), Quantum of Solace (2008) and World War Z (2013)) and produced by Lee Daniels (Precious (2009) and The Butler (2013)). This is a very powerful romantic drama about racial tensions in the deep south of modern America. It has some very emotional and powerful performances throughout the film, and it became a big awards favourite when it was released. Hank Grotowski (Billy Bob Thornton) works for the Georgia State Prison, as does his son, who has never had a close relationship with his father, while Hank is struggling to connect with his senile and racist father Buck (Peter Boyle). Hank oversees the execution of convicted murderer Lawrence Musgrove (Sean Combs), whose wife Leticia (Halle Berry) has been struggling to raise their son Tyrell (Coronji Calhoun). After the execution of Lawrence, both Hank and Leticia experience their own personal family tragedies, and they are brought together, and begin a sexual affair, even though Leticia has no idea Hank oversaw the execution of her husband. Made for a meagre $4 million, it would gross 11 times that amount on release, and Berry got an Oscar for her tough and emotional performance. It also helped put Forster on the map as a talent to watch out for as well, but it does make a serious point about repressed emotion and racial prejudice, parts of it are quite shocking too.