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jing b (es) wrote: its sad to know if this is happening in real life
Gavin C (us) wrote: Infectious and can't wait to see again.
KerryAnn H (mx) wrote: It's like the book. Ending was actually better than the book. I think a better actress could have made it better though. Never did like Nicole Kidman.
Maddie M (gb) wrote: Waste of money and time put into this film.
Richard W (ca) wrote: Wildly unfunny French farce. Juvenile plot mechanics and simplistic seventies stereotyping. It's a huge comedown for Francois Ozon, and does the notion of good comedy in French cinema no favours. Woeful!
Indike W (ca) wrote: This was such a boring movie for me. Even with the gorgeous Famke Janssen in it and me being a pool freak, there was absolutely nothing that could grab my attention in this. But I was impressed with a few shots she played..
Paulina A (es) wrote: A pretty good movie!!!! Theres only one part i hated and its related to people from the university i studied at... Didnt get that part since they r not experts however i really liked it!!!
Kevin D (au) wrote: A potent and cautionary documentary about prisoners exonerated by DNA evidence--some of them after serving over 20 years in prison.
Lui F (gb) wrote: One of those movies of coincidences and intersection of plots in New York. Just okay, a kind of flat.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Directed by Franco Zeffirelli (Jesus of Nazareth (1977), The Champ (1979) and Hamlet (1990)), this was based on Zeffirelli's early life, here adapted by John Mortimer (Rumpole of the Bailey), and it has a very colourful international cast amid some beautiful locations. While it is a sentimental film about survival during World War 2, it is well filmed and it shows a way of life that the British had then. It begins in 1935 in Florence where a group of expatriate women meet for tea everyday, they include Mary Wallace (Joan Plowright), Lady Hester Random (Maggie Smith) and eccentric artist Arabella (Judi Dench), also in their company are Jewish American Elsa Morganthal (Cher) and her companion Georgie Rockwell (Lily Tomlin). Mary takes in Luca (Charlie Lucas) is the illegitimate son of an Italian businessman (Massimo Ghini), who has no interest in his son's life. The ladies teach him the way of English life. However, when their gentle way of life is ruined by anarchists fighting against the regime Benito Mussolini (Claudio Spadaro), they refuse to change their ways. It's a gently amusing film, with a nice wit courtesy of Mortimer's script, and a great cast of female actors sparking brilliantly off one another, and while it does shy away from the true horrors of what happened at that time, it's good Sunday afternoon viewing.
Corinne (mx) wrote: One of my Favorites,loved it.
Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
james k (ru) wrote: that's not corn, hippie.
Shawn W (kr) wrote: Adventure-seeking Huckleberry Finn rafts down the Mississippi River with a runaway slave. Like in television, Ron Howard gets more exposure than Donnie Most.
Mohammed A (us) wrote: It's good movie to watch