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Peter H (ca) wrote: Not the original, but still very interesting, and kinda fun.
Gordon A (ru) wrote: Poignant study of trying to belong but always feeling on the periphery. Set in a french getaway, the lead tries to capture the spirit of rebellious youth she never experienced but struggles to marry that with the reality of her adult maturity and its implications. Rare foray into Gallic cinema territory by an english director which feels genuine.
Helen S (jp) wrote: This gets one star more than 'Shark in Venice' purely for having John Barrowman in it and *that* improvised line. Everything else about this film in pretty awful and struggles to get in to the 'so bad it's good' category. Mostly it's just bad.
James B (de) wrote: Jim Carrey's first movie long before "in living color"I remember watching it as a 10-12yr old and thought it was awesome probably because of the PG13 sex scenes. well i rewatched it tonight. ya; not so good. hahaha hate when that happens to movies you used to think you enjoyed!
Logan K (de) wrote: I loved this movie! Matt Damon really gave it his all, Robin Williams was even better! This is a very emotional movie and can really trap you into the characters life.
Mind the Book o (br) wrote: "There's a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." Bittersweet, bookish drama in beautiful settings: autumnal Luxembourg Gardens, a gorgeous Saint-Germain flat and a seaside getaway in St Malo. Michael Caine plays a very likeable but (re)tired Philosophy professor from Maine and to a large extent this is a story about an unlikely friendship. My problem is that I don't find the character Pauline very interesting.
Luke D (gb) wrote: One of the best boxing movies and one of the best movies of the 21st Century.
Mariko T (gb) wrote: A holiday horror gift from Canada? Well I was surprised (and entertained). This is a horror anthology, with a common thread winding throughout all stories. No, not just Christmas or horror, I did figure out the general direction it was headed, however still enjoyed the (sleigh) ride. William Shatner, as a radio host "Dangerous Dan", served as a frame for this anthology. William Shatner is worth whatever they paid him. Another standout was George Buza (as Santa). Had the stories contained characters with a little more depth, then this film would be worth 4 stars. I wonder if this film was the holiday episode for a series. The opening and closing credits have cheery holiday music. The graphics in the opening credits were spectacular, but I wish some of that graphics money had been spent on the individual stories' plots. Cinematography was good, if somewhat dark (literally felt the need to adjust my screen). The editing is a bit choppy due to the decision to bounce to different stories and then go back again. Stay for the closing credits, homilies spoken by William Shatner are priceless.
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