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Alfin N (fr) wrote: The one and only black American boy in Germany.
Jacob D (kr) wrote: I had a blast with this movie it is a nonstop fun and exciting movie. Blud!
Jeff H (br) wrote: (4/5) Better than it looks. It is about a culinary arts program in an inner city high school were the goal is to have students enter a competition to earn scholarships. A hard ass teacher tries to motivate a class full of inter city youth. "The movie's sense of inspiration is realistic. It never implies a future of glamour, only hard-won success." On netflix streaming.
Darrin C (gb) wrote: Plentifully accurate information and genuine questions, but fails to provide any answer to the biggest question "what do we do about the problem?".
Ricardo A (kr) wrote: Despite some entertaining sequences, Urban Legend is a by the numbers slasher with little surprise elements.
Joshua F (mx) wrote: A perfect story, with perfect pacing. Amazing performances from everyone. The visuals are amazing including one of the best openings of all time.
Jennifer A (ca) wrote: I saw this movie when it first came out, 20 years later, 100+ viewings, and it's still a masterpiece... dark, brooding, intense... the story is similar to 'Les Misrables', the antihero being persecuted... Kathy Bates should have won an Oscar for this movie, her best performance to date!
Martin W (it) wrote: my favourite scottish film
jay n (es) wrote: Even with big stars and an expensive production with songs by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein this is a minor film reworking of the Libby Holman tragedy. Powell is fine but in the background as is Roz in an early film where she is still in her grand lady phase. Jean does what she can in a part that for which she is hopeless ill suited. She does fine in the dramatic portions and is snappy at the beginning but she was no singer and is obviously dubbed. As a dancer well...she was a fine comedienne.
m n (fr) wrote: Could of done with more David Cross and Sarah Silverman. Couple of laughs though.
Maria Chiara R (it) wrote: An intense and vivid masterpiece.