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Kids of Töday
A legendary 70's rock critic takes hold of a group of young counter-culturalist. From Paris to Beijing, by way of New York, Montreal and Hong Kong, the nightdwellers ride a William ...
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Ioana (ag) wrote: One of the most amazing film experiences I've seen in a while. Made my cry my eyes out.
Wendy V (gb) wrote: OMG love in this movie is so delightful that you almost feel it!!!! Don't miss it!!!
Sonny H (us) wrote: Better than Saw 4 but nothing to rave about. The story was more basic and less confusing but there was still questions not answered and the acting wasn't as good as the previous instalments. I give this film 5/10.
Joe V (jp) wrote: The WuTang/Bill Murray scene made it all worth while!
Natascia L (ca) wrote: Although this film wasn't very captivating, it had an interesting plot and great characters. I enjoyed the humorous bits and the eccentricities of the mall owners.
Laura D (kr) wrote: 71% of viewers liked it; 32% of critics liked it. Critics are idiots.
codes f (mx) wrote: this movie is retarded.
Daniel C (ca) wrote: A beautiful tragedy that one can only hope will influence American filmmaking
Grant K (fr) wrote: Delightfully imaginative and beautifully executed, Osmosis Jones has its faults, but it's too fun and unique to miss. Criminally underrated, absolutely inventive and wholly memorable.
Lidia (kr) wrote: DEFINATLY WANT TO SEE IT!
Michael W (fr) wrote: High drama with Chuck Norris as Texas lawman tangling with a mad-scientists' genetically altered psychopathic killer. Surprising to see advanced genetic research and experiments being done in such a small Texas town.
Jim F (ru) wrote: Engaging movie. Good concept. Clint Eastwood sure is cool as Bronco Billy
Agnes F (ru) wrote: Amazing landscape of the Australian psyche!
Riley H (de) wrote: Very, very silly. It would have been better if it cared more about its silliness.
Jim M (ca) wrote: I don't understand how this movie was ever nominated for any award. The different parts of the movie do not relate to each other and it jumps haphazardly from scene to scene and thought to thought.
Blake P (ru) wrote: You'd think a movie so similar to TV's own "Friends" would get a little bit too frothy and a little bit too cliched. But with "Beautiful Girls", you instead get a nifty little ensemble comedy that is in touch with reality but warm enough to make you feel good after watching it. You could say the whole idea behind the film is a coming-of-age story for well, a bunch of guys in their 20's. Add a bunch of "beautiful girls" into the story, most movies would try to couple everybody up. But with its realistic sensibilities, the only things we get to view is couples past romance, in romance, or want romance, but never really looking for it. All of the men and women here are all nervous about settling down but also want it, and it's done with such taste that not one moment feels sappy. I connected with these characters-- not because I'm like them or in some cases because I liked them-- because we've all met people like these, and we feel for them. The excellent ensemble cast, which makes use of its big names, all do a splendid job in giving us insecure, but sincere characterizations. Natalie Portman, who was around fifteen at the time, steals every scene as Timothy Hutton's acid tongued, awkward love interest. Ted Demme's directing style is perfect, because he creates a film that is just as funny as it is thoughtful, and the screenplay by Scott Rosenberg is insightful and witty. By the time I was finished with "Beautiful Girls", not only was I feeling refreshed by how genuine it was, but I was really glad I watched it. This is one of the defining movies of the '90's. Recommended.
Jake R (jp) wrote: Doesn't fully hold up today, but it's still one of Kevin Smiths more likable hang out movies. Also Jason Lee as Brodie was a great casting choice and the movie wouldn't be the same without him.
Stafford V (ag) wrote: Has some great laughs and a okay story but not the best of Will Ferrel.
Grant L (gb) wrote: Just a guilty pleasure. The acting is bad, the plot is great, told with to many flashbacks and flashforwards, the art design and action is delightfully cartoony but I could understand if it was a turn off.
David J (fr) wrote: This movie was magical. Awesome voice acting, fluid animation and popping visuals, even when rewatching it in 2016.