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Geophrey G (br) wrote: We liked, maybe because we went to Paris about a year ago...
Kevin C (es) wrote: A cricket documentary so good that it even drew Claire in.Clear parallels with 'Once We Were Kings', this explores the racially conscious, militant edge which underpinned this virtuosic team(TM)s global dominance.The film conflates cricket with Jamaican politics, the problems faced by the West Indians in the UK and the apartheid struggle in South Africa. Gripping.
mark d (de) wrote: The film premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival on 19 May 2011, and was released in France and Belgium on 28 September 2011. The film saw a limited (4 screens) US release on 16 March 2012, and a wider (14 screens) UK release on 25 May 2012.
Crystal W (ru) wrote: one of Lauries best preformances. Very funny.
Mike B (au) wrote: Big cast in this mediocre, unfunny film. Not good.
Brian A (de) wrote: Incredible. As this movie barreled along, I realized how silly it makes the original (real?) Terminator look. Both movies rely on action, but Lady Terminator has more of everything else. Don't get me wrong, they're both classics, but from opposite ends of the movie-making (and taste) spectrum. So here's what it comes down to: Lady Terminator is better at being a piece of entertaining trash than The Terminator is at being entertaining science-fiction!
Shaun B (it) wrote: If I could give this movie ZERO stars, I still would not (despite the fact that I did not watch the entire thing...I turned it off a minute or two before the end credits)...the dragon itself is a fairly good looking monster on screen especially when you first see it in all its glory standing large above the camera with wings outstretched. Even some of the scenes of fire breathing were done well. Hell, I enjoyed the costumes and sets for the most part as well. Then why only a 1/2 star out of five? Because this movie is Disney garbage. I always had my doubts about this movie, and as it slowly moved forward I began to have more doubts creep in, despite decent attempts at building tension for the viewer. But then the dialogue comes into play and the exposition to help move the plot along...it's all terrible when you actually listen to it all. Most of the actions and reactions and most definitely the acting are borderline terrible with our young protagonist being a complete miscast. By the the halfway mark I began to question everything in front of me including how editing this down by 10 to 30 minutes would have saved this movie, and "why am I still watching this?" was creeping in every ten minutes. By the three-quarters mark I was visibly agitated and yelling at the screen. I turned off the movie far too late, my sanity and faith in decent fantasy movies out the door. This was made for a retarded 5 year old cocker spaniel who is crippled and can't leave the room. Or a stoner who can't find the remote nor the willpower to get off the couch. Or for the uber-dorks who used to play Dungeons & Dragons and grew up during this "mystical" time. Good god I hate myself for having watched this monstrosity. But it did have one or two good points that barely saved this from all-time worst of the worst blockbuster movies.
Douglas N (us) wrote: Neat but creaky tale about an invisible creature forcing poor Vincent Price to kill. This mainly seems to be done by shining a torch in his eyes. Does feature one lovely peice of suspense, with a shock resoluton seemingly inspired by Bucket of Blood. Not terrible, by any means.
Chad M (jp) wrote: Eddie Vedder provides an absolutely stunning soundtrack.
Matt C (it) wrote: A nice rebound from Rocky V. Like the newer generation influences and the underlying plotline.
william s (es) wrote: some of the cast where strong.