In the DMZ separating North and South Korea, two North Korean soldiers have been killed, supposedly by one South Korean soldier. But the 11 bullets found in the bodies, together with the 5 ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
J.S.A.: Joint Security Area
In the DMZ separating North and South Korea, two North Korean soldiers have been killed, supposedly by one South Korean soldier. But the 11 bullets found in the bodies, together with the 5 ...
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Nyapuru P (ru) wrote: I wish there was a minus score available for this absolutely atrocious film. Shame on you Snipes! What were you thinking!?
Daniel D (mx) wrote: It's a fine piece of work. Four stars because Benicio del Toro definitely knew what he was doing. I think, however, that he can do even better, and make a storyline that pushes the envelope just a little bit more.
Rendan L (ca) wrote: Shyamalan completely buries an interesting idea in an avalanche of pretentious scripting, silly storytelling, and dreadful pacing. Grade: D-
Howard A (us) wrote: Awesome movie! I really enjoyed it and recommend it.
Khristina W (us) wrote: I had to watch this with my son.
Stanislav P (nl) wrote: tu plati ze 2jka je horsia, autori nevedeli co od dobroty tak robili blbost za blbostou
Riley H (kr) wrote: Though it is mostly informative I have some serious reservations about the movie. The film is a little too understanding of the terrorist tactics and, by the particular editing of the final comments of the members, the film fails to condemn those who do not realize what they did was wrong. Though it's interesting, and it is definitely a good thing to have the members' perspectives to contrast that of the government's, a more balanced film would have been appreciated.
Josh T (br) wrote: A very well done indie film and is meant for people who appreciate them. Great cast and directing.
Felicia B (br) wrote: cool and awesome. this is one of my benchmark movies (and i am in love with fabrizio filippo)
Annie G (ru) wrote: See it if you get a chance.
Grant F (ru) wrote: It's like a heartwarming musical... without the music.
Huynh T (de) wrote: The only redeemable feature of this movie is that the location scout had really good taste (not just the Bahamian locations, but also the New England locations). Even the locations chosen for interior shots (e.g., the New England homes) were effective (i.e., to convey crampness in the case of the mother's home and the wall-to-wall windows of the beachfront home were an effective substitute for a porch). There's a shot that transitions from the mother's kitchen to her living room that's extremely tight. Most interior shots nowadays are shot in fairly spacious homes to accommodate large cameras, and so the geography of the scene isn't that interesting. But the location scouting was all that's redeemable in this movie. The premise of the movie is absurd, and the pseudoscience offered in the climax was uneducated. The lead actress was experienced and so she competently conveyed the emotions required of her role -- it's just that her character was irrational and somewhat annoying.
Linda M (ru) wrote: Another of James Stewart's best comedies!
Steven C (mx) wrote: Very great film. Joan Bennett is a great actress. This film was made during a time without special effects, the film was dependent on the actors to draw the attention. And that was accomplished.
Jonathan H (es) wrote: One of my favourite movies. Crushingly depressing of course.
MattChu P (br) wrote: Very real and interesting
Grant W (mx) wrote: Over 50 years later, "Mary Poppins" continues to be a childhood defining film for many people and it contains memorable scenes that will stick with them for the rest of their lives.Sadly, upon re-watching this film again as an adult, there are two big problems that undermine this classic Disney musical. First, the film has a pace that is a bit too slow. The runtime of the film is noticeably too long for what it is and therefore, spending less time holding onto some of the scenes would have been beneficiary for the viewing experience.Second, I really do not like the film's message and definition for what makes a perfect person. The word 'Perfect' is one without a definition. It is a loose and open word, just like the word 'normal', meaning that both words are interpreted as something completely different between one person to another. The film tries to nail home a definition for 'perfect' by constantly stroking the ego of its titular character, who herself gleefully enjoys every single compliment made to her, even when she is being strict. Gag me.Kids will need to take the film's message with a grain of salt and treat it more as a referential life lesson, NOT as a set-in-stone message.Despite those two nagging issues, I can't deny the rest of the work that was put into the film. The music/score, the songs, the vocal performances (most notably Julie Andrews), the visuals, the dance choreography, the animation, and just the sheer eccentricity of the film are all exceptional. They all work in tandem to create a road trip musical that manages to put a smile onto my face more than once and it reminds us all about the whimsical, magical moments we had when we were children. Those moments stemmed from the days we used our imaginations to create fantastical adventures of our own...and still do!Disney has too many great moments to count from its rich filmography and this film is home to a few of those moments. With that said, its slow pace and obnoxious presentation of a flawed message keep it from being a great film, but at least a good one.
Ahmed M (ca) wrote: Samuel jackson should smoke some bath salt and eat his agent lol he takes anything and everything .