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Cecily B (ca) wrote: Meh, the acting was pretty bad and it was pretty predictable. The stalking thing has been really overdone, it wasn't that original.
David C (br) wrote: To paraphrase another review: A love story with more on its mind than the romance.
Sheel M (de) wrote: Pretty great... I'll always love Amitabhji and his acting. The movie was a bit heavy on the socio-political stuff, definitely emotive. I'm still a bit baffled at what the final message was, but entertaining nonetheless.
Paul C (it) wrote: Surprisingly good entry for its genre. Low-budget suspense and horror thrills. Paul Chambers, CNN.
Matthew A (kr) wrote: It appeals to it's target audience, and that's all that matters.
Jsef G (jp) wrote: A nice little indie film with Lance Henriksen and Luke Goss. Good performances all around, although I wanted Luke Goss to be a more likable character. But since we don't know much about either character, it's hard to form a bond with them. It's well shot and often the desert looks magical. I think the movie could have benefited with a shorter run time and a grittier color scheme to sell the harshness of the desert even more. But in the end, I really like the end and what's being said there. As Lance says in the commentary on the DVD, this film is not one of his alimony films. And I agree.
ElishaAnn M (br) wrote: *GAG* western movies ...
Becky B (ca) wrote: Meh.. but at least Lindsay was a great actress back then
Lilly K (kr) wrote: It's about being a tough spot and how to deal with it. Things are never as they seem. Yeah this one is kind of morbid too.
Don S (au) wrote: Penelope Cruz, one of the world's sexiest ladies, stars in this romantic comedy. The story is nothing special, typical of the genre with its predictability and inane subplots. Cruz, however, smolders throughout with innocence, sweetness and sexuality all cocooned in her beauty and subtle line delivery. She is the only reason this movie gets a passing grade.
JH K (us) wrote: Sorprendente pelicula, sin duda merecedora de verse y comentar, el viaje a lo largo de una identidad falsa tiene mucha mas miga de lo que parece, y sin duda lo mejor que se haya rodado sobre violencia en el futbol, hooligans, y demas descerebrados.
Terry M (de) wrote: Seems promising in its first half, as it does OK at balancing the comedy and the horror, but unfortunately it takes a turn in tone from being comedic to being more focused on horror... and not GOOD horror either. It proves to not be funny or entertaining two thirds into the movie when it does take that turn. It is too quiet and uninteresting, leaving one depressed by the time he or she begins to see those end credits roll. Overall, I was disappointed.
Rob R (jp) wrote: Simplisticly done with only the 2 actors and one location for the majority of the film. Great movie, and disturbing. Made in partnership with Amnesty Intl.
Robert B (ru) wrote: I was expecting more from this to be honest as I had always been told of how great it is. Maybe i'm just not into the swordplay films as much as the other types of martial arts. Some nice cinematography in this early John Woo film.
Eduardo C (au) wrote: Probably the most humanistic film ever made is about doctors who choose to be poor in order to treat the poorest people who otherwise would not receive any health care at all. Every now and then, the overworked doctors feel vindicated and reinvigorated when they get to know the stories of the poor. It is then when they rediscover the dignity and grace of the poor. Red Beard is the nickname of the head doctor of the clinic who resembles Obi-Wan-Kenobi, masterfully performed by Toshiro Mifune. He is part healer, warrior, and sage. The film centers around the experiences and stories of their patients. Despite being a tragedy (like many Kurosawa films) the film never gets morbid but instead is a deep affirmation of the dignity of the poor and of the heroes who attempt to help them. Deeply affecting and moving film.
scenequeen1livecouk A (gb) wrote: one of 4 black and white who dunnit comedies good to watch on a rainy tuesday afternoon
K K (jp) wrote: There is something I find appealing about Fred and Ginger's chemistry as old acquaintances with a spark. It feels very different from their starring vehicles where the plot keeps throwing up walls between them. The romantic farce is handled by Scott and Dunne, but the plot feels under-developed even for musical comedy. Problems are introduced that never have a pay off or are resolved instantly. Gets an extra half a star for some classic Astaire and Astaire/Rogers performances including Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and the lesser known gem I'll Be Hard to Handle
Spencer H (it) wrote: Equilibrium is a lot like The Matrix and is kind of like an unofficial remake, but I still like it, besides the fact that it copes other movies.
Joanna N (fr) wrote: A highly effective, tightly paced sci fi with an arsenal of thrills and mindbenders. Though some plot turns were predictable, the climax and its build up contained enough surprises to keep me in a state of anticipation. Fantastic acting kept me interested in spite of the limited setting, and the visual effects are remarkable. My favourite part was undoubtedly the dance scene which made me laugh out loud with delight.
Nicolas B (kr) wrote: I seriously don't know how to rate this movie. I'm not a religious person, but this movie still impressed me. I'll rate 3 Stars, because it wasn't a waste of time and you should watch it. Don't know how I will look back on this later.