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Deb K (au) wrote: The first half of the movie, involving the mother and her daughter moving into an old apartment with a spooky past, is good. Creepy and suspenseful. The idea of the tooth fairy, and plot of the story is a good one. The special effects are very good, and the gore is minor. The scene where you finally see the "tooth fairy" is really good, scary and well directed. Then however, the movie takes a turn for the worse. Only 2-1/2 Stars.
Christopher C (it) wrote: A must watch film. Fascinating insight into italia 90. also highlights the big problem with hooligans and how badly the media dealt with it. Nothing has changed in 20 years.
Navin B (nl) wrote: What can I say..the actress was paid 625k Pounds Sterling for this rubbish movie with Salman Khan.
Tyler S (us) wrote: I found this movie and more importantly Diane Lanes performance to be stunningly electric. The scene on the bus was shivering. The plot is her having an affair and the overall toll it takes on her family at the end....her scenes are beyond erotic and unbelievably sexual...excellent movie and performance by lane.
Steven H (kr) wrote: I only found this through a Youtube video of John Prine and Iris Dement singing "In Spite of Ourselves," which he wrote for the end of the film (you have to stay until the absolutely final credits). But what a find! And what a cast--Laura Dern, Diane Ladd (her real mother), Andy Griffith, Billy Bob Thornton with John Prine as his brother (!), Jim Varney, and great cameos with Jamie Lee Curtis and Ben Affleck. You might think this is unbelievable--unless you're from the South. One of the best lines: Billy Bob talking to his wife about maybe driving to England someday--since they'd never been further east than St. Louis.
Alec B (au) wrote: I am so shocked that I never took the time to watch this movie during previous Halloween seasons! Change up from the original Sleepy Hollow Story by Washington Irving, but Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci are fantastic and their take on the story! Classic Tim Burton film
Michael W (us) wrote: Thrashin'-an agressive style of skating. Upstart midwestern boarder upsets the hierarchy of the skater community when he dates the Daggers leader's sister. Very much a product of its time and a classic of the sub-culture. Features Red Hot Chili Peppers in an interesting cameo prior to their breakout and many famous skaters such as Tony Hawk.
Kris W (fr) wrote: "Tom Logan has a law partner who put a dog on the witness stand. A client who can't enter a room without a crime being committed. And a case that could turn out to be the murder of the year. His." Good cast, makes you appriate how good Redford is, that he can make a boring cliche movie somewhat watchable. Laura J. Kelly: That look in your eyes... pure blue steel. Chelsea Deardon: Do you always cross-examine people? Tom Logan: Only when they lie to me. Tom Logan: Ladies and gentlemen, Chelsea Deardon didn't kill Victor Taft. The prosecution has suggested a possible motive, but one based on hearsay, conjecture and circumstantial evidence. Evidence that appears to have some substance, but upon closer examination, will prove to have no relevance whatsoever to this case. [stops and looks at the jury] Tom Logan: You're not buying this, are you? You're not listening to a word I'm saying. Yeah? Guess what? I don't blame you. After listening to Mr. Blanchard lay out the prosecution's evidence, even I'M convinced my client murdered Victor Taft. [murmurs of surprise in the courtroom] Tom Logan: After all, if I had found Victor Taft, dead on the floor, and Chelsea Deardon's fingerprints on the weapon, there isn't much that would convince ME she isn't guilty. Look, let's save ourselves a lot of time. Let's be honest. There are better things we could be doing. Who thinks Chelsea Deardon's guilty?
Tim G (es) wrote: I did like flashdance a film where Jennifer Beals plays a welder and a dancer at a nightclub and has an ambition to dance school I thought beals could really strut her stuff plus it has a very good sound track
Tanner M (gb) wrote: It's impossible not to love this psychological thriller. With a scary doll, and one of the best trailers ever you'll be satisfied after watching this movie. A man goes crazy all, because of the health test, witch is crazy awsome. Great music too.
Carlton R (ru) wrote: Lets face it, John Wayne could not act, but for some reasons got movie roles, here he murders yet another great script with wooden acting and a poor attempt at comedy, Lauren Bacall is fantastic, but Wayne's insipid voice and shambolic acting murder this vintage piece
Andrew M (jp) wrote: Mr. Holmes is a very refreshing, and often bittersweet, take on Sherlock Holmes as a character that manages to subvert the tropes associated with the character and the mystery genre. Instead of going for a traditional, by-the-numbers crime mystery, director Bill Condon and writer Jeffrey Hatcher instead decide to tell a slow-paced, character driven period piece that shows a side of the legendary character that we're not quite used to. This is not a fast paced adventure: the film is leisurely paced, and moves at a calming rate. There are elements of a mystery that appear in flashbacks, but they're there to back the main story dealing with an elderly Sherlock Holmes coping with a receding memory, as well as memories of his past haunting him. Much of the charm of this portrayal of the character comes from Sir Ian McKellan's subdued performance. McKellan completely embodies the character, and delivers an often heartbreaking performance in the process. Laura Linney co-stars and is equally fantastic, and even the young actor, Milo Parker, holds his own against a legend like McKellan. As a whole, Mr. Holmes is a charming little film that is perfect for early morning movie watching on a nice day. The deliberate pacing will be a turn off to some people, but this story is intimate enough to be worthwhile for anyone, regardless of their familiarity with Sherlock Holmes.