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Antonio M (fr) wrote: Only like Jackson Nicoll parts
Ashley H (kr) wrote: Date Night is a disappointing movie. It is about a case of mistaken identity that turns a bored married couple's attempt at a glamorous and romantic evening into something more thrilling and dangerous. Steve Carell and Tina Fey give horrible performances. Th script is badly written. Shawn Levy did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Mirkku S (us) wrote: Beautifully animated adventure about a friendship between boy and his dragon - it's simply amazing!
Martin S (br) wrote: Disappointed, but 2 stars for Bale.
Shayan B (fr) wrote: Although I am Dutch, I have to admit that there ara only a very few good Dutch films, and this is one of them.
Chris M (es) wrote: Pretty funny movie good use of ironic racism 4/5 ;-*
JAMES C (au) wrote: Last night I watched this film from 1956, starring Jane Wyman and Van Johnson. It started out delightfully and midway it lost it's footing, and turned into a vacuous, soap opera. However, Jane Wyman gives a lovely performance as a plain New York secretary who falls in love with a soldier who is sent to war and doesn't come back. From there to the end is where it goes wrong. I love a good tearjerker, but this missed the cut.
Jennifer B (ca) wrote: Conga! Basically a similiar plot to Babes In Arms, yet for some reason I like it better. Who could forget the orchestra of fruit?!
Sean H (mx) wrote: Super Solid Space Film
Nolanbrams R (au) wrote: A weirdly written -- but greatly amusing fairy tale that shines with humor fit for both kids & adults. The plot is very focused on what it means to be human. Romance, friendships - to be alone, to feel ugly and basic human emotions. It's one movie of its kind -- so odd but the writing is exemplary! We follow these well visualized characters on their paths through the tale and it is an entertaining & happy ride! Sure some out there might think it's a "too immature film" -- and the animation is in comparison with today's standards very vague. But it's one heck of a film!Personal rating: 75/100Critical rating: 87/100