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Stacy H (ca) wrote: Watched this with the fam and felt like Santa dropped some coal in my stocking. This is sentimental crap, and not in a good way! *spoiler alerts* Two of the three main characters are about to croak if they don't get an organ tranplant. How convenient that they need different organs. The Christmas Shoes make the whole thing even more ridiculous. Avoid.
Simon M (it) wrote: While Downloading Nancy mentions some serious issues, it does not go deep enough and leaves you with an unsatisfied feeling. However, it succeeds in creating the bland and lifeless atmosphere associated with depressives. An interesting, but hardly enjoyable movie.
Cam B (nl) wrote: The series continues to fascinate me...although I wonder if some of them have now really settled into their lives and won't change too much from hereon in? And why - do you think - didn't they at least tell us something about the two participants who didn't appear in this one?
Nicholas R (gb) wrote: Great movie that earns a spot next to Tombstone. Action packed and revenge driven, just what I like. Jason Robards does a really good Doc Holiday.
Sam M (de) wrote: Very very funny! I especially like the WHEN YOU PRETEND part.
Ahmed M (fr) wrote: The film's idea was a very innovative one, and the movie has gore in it to justify it's vampire hunter title. But the movie's story, and character development is where the movie falls short.
Peter P (jp) wrote: John Cusack is a Hitman working for Robert DeNiro who has been given a very simple job, pick up a bag, wait at a hotel, and no matter what, don't look in the bag. Sounds easy, right, except there are bunch of people who all want the bag, and a girl who your not sure what she wants. This had the makings of a really good movie, but it's pace and tone just leave it a little boring, and by the end I really didn't care what was in the bag.
Manu G (jp) wrote: Refuse to live life by the book. Good Movie! The English Teacher is a great film for many reasons, but one of them is it touches on a subject that is so often ignored and undermined in the world. That subject is exercising a passion for something that doesn't amount to anything. It is one of the greatest personal tragedies in life, and those who experience it are likely to lose confidence in themselves and in the world. No longer does your passion become a gift but a curse once you realize you may not or are not able to do anything with it. The story combines original comedy, a touching partly dramatic climax and a feel good plot that comes together perfectly. The comments on screen are an original touch. This is really a toned down, less classic version of Dead Poet's Society in the way that the teacher tries to help a student realize his potential against the wishes of his father and the school. I am in no way comparing this to Dead Poet's Society but it is worth watching and I did enjoy it. Overall, great acting and funny, very much worth watching.Linda Sinclair (Julianne Moore) is a forty-year-old unmarried high school English teacher in the small town of Kingston, Pennsylvania. She shares a small apartment with two Siamese cats and her rich collection of great literature. She maintains no close personal relationships aside from those she has with her favorite authors and stories. Her life is far less complicated than the dramas she devours on the page, and she likes it that way. But Linda's simple life turns an unexpected page when former star pupil Jason Sherwood (Michael Angarano) returns to Kingston after trying to make it as a playwright in New York. Now in his 20s, Jason is on the verge of abandoning art, pressured by his overbearing father, Dr. Tom Sherwood (Greg Kinnear), to face reality and go to law school. Linda can't stand the thought of Jason giving up on his dreams so she decides to mount his play - a dark, angst-ridden, ambitious work - as a Kingston High School production, with flamboyant drama teacher Carl Kapinas (Nathan Lane) directing. As Linda, now well out of her normal comfort zone, takes further risks in life and love, the stage is set for highly comic downfall. With the play, her reputation, and her teaching career on the line, Linda finds an unlikely ally in herself. Amidst the ruins of her formerly perfect life, can she find a way to her own unique storybook ending?
Paul J (ru) wrote: An extremely solid horror thriller. Suspense is sustained effectively and consistently throughout. The acting is strong and the script is tight. Ironside is perfectly cast as the killer and the women are smart and resourceful. Herein lies the thematic relevance to the story - it's all about women asserting themselves against a patriarchal society. There's very little reason why this film needed to be banned. It's extremely well-made, with a relevant message and gripping horror. I was pleasantly surprised to discover this underrated video nasty.