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Jeff S (de) wrote: Great abc fam movie. Makes me want to use the song at the closing credits into a twerking out video.
John M (de) wrote: There's a reason this movie went straight to video. No Kiefer Sutherland anywhere to be found. There is an Angus Sutherland, though.
(ca) wrote: A very childish, yet sad and worrying, scope on the personal consequences of Brazil's military dictatorship, specially when it's seen throguh the eyes of a little boy.
Bryce R (es) wrote: This movie....FUCK YA. Soo funny. LoL...the songs are hilarious, the acting, the puppets. This might be the funniest movie I've ever seen. "See, there's three kinds of people: dicks, pussies, and assholes. Pussies think everyone can get along, and dicks just want to fuck all the time without thinking it through. But then you got your assholes, Chuck. And all the assholes want is to shit all over everything! So, pussies may get mad at dicks once in a while, because pussies get fucked by dicks. But dicks also fuck assholes. And if they didn't fuck the assholes, you know what you'd get? You'd get your dick and your pussy all covered in SHIT!"
Darrel H (fr) wrote: The movie was very surprising though it got bad reviews I found that the film was a very good psychological thriller.
Michael H (kr) wrote: Overly pretentious and painfully slow, the acting is stilted and every scene replicated from the superior original is fudged. Does have one scene that impressed me involving a shadow and an opening and closing door
Ethan P (it) wrote: Al Pacino is ferocious in this movie. Serpico is a great film about corruption and morality and the lead character is a very powerful piece in the movie. Pacino usually plays the corrupt guys, but this time he's fighting them. It's interesting and it's a good movie.
David L (gb) wrote: Z is relevant and effective, but it is not particularly entertaining, it is too long and often tedious. It is great for fans of politics and political thrillers, but for everyone else, it is rather boring and quite overrated.
Rameshwar I (jp) wrote: This lengthy biopic of one of the most renowned musician is filled with sad, depressing, exciting and touching moments but not a single dull one. Hell, I neither have a fascination nor knowledge on operas which constitute the majority of runtime. Every aspect of the movie has something exciting about it, be it the point of view, energy levels, actors I had no idea about etc, etc. Antonio Salieri (F. Murray Abraham) recalls the life, times and his troubled relationship with a prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Tom Hulce) he couldn't compete with and resorted to destroy him. Mozart's passion and pure genius is identified by his father Leopold (Roy Dotrice) at a very young age and prepares him for greatness, but the tremendous expectations, his poor business and social skills leads to gambling and alcohol addiction also taking his supporting wife Constance (Elizabeth Berridge) down with him. The best part about the movie is the point of view that of Salieri who alone saw Mozart's true potential and genius and was the most affected by him. The way Abraham explains to the priest about beauty of Mozart's music, how he was never able to compete and how a God fearing just man like him resorted to low politics and scheming is one of the best performances you could come across. While featuring medleys of Mozart's popular compositions, the background score stays competent enough to make a mark of its own. The screenplay is energetic pushing an incredible number of heartfelt moments perfectly justifying Salieri's actions at the same time making you feel for Mozart. Just like Mozart's music, this movie is a joy for everyone.
Doctor S (ag) wrote: Frivolous espionage yarn, a charade of a Charade with a goofy Gregory Peck and sumptuous Sophia Loren; not the worst trade for Grant & Hepburn at all, in fact. Some ridiculous plot points rescued partly by some nimble allegiance twists. Who had these daffy ideas of putting lives in jeopardy via a wrecking ball and threshing machine??
Sherry M (jp) wrote: Nice looking. Kind of interesting that they can tell the story with little dialog. I just don't know how memorable the story is. Younger kids will like it.
King L (au) wrote: Bill Murray is really good in this movie loosely based on true events. Murray is a has-been rock manager who ends up in Afghanistan where he defies cultural and religious prejudices to help a young Pashtun girl sing on Afghan Star, the Afghan version of American idol.