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jason h (ca) wrote: Fly Me To The Moon has a few catchy moments. The movie as a whole is quite dull.
Cylus O (br) wrote: What a film; a movie about family living in poverty and having to resort to petty crime to make a living. You get a raw view of how the people live in the slum areas of Manila. The youngest son Maximo is an effeminate 12 year old boy that fills in the roll of his deceased mother and he ends up falling for the new young police officer, the show handles that relationship with great sensitivity never crossing any lines. This brings Maxi in conflict with his family and things spiral out of control but luckily there was a light at the end of the tunnel. Maxi and his brothers found that light in each other, showing that when a family sticks together they can endure and overcome great hardships.
Marili Z (ca) wrote: ESTOY DE ACUERDO SUPER HOT...
Shannon S (de) wrote: So great and funny!!! He ate the gym teacher!!!
Niels S (mx) wrote: 1 1/2 ud af 5 flodbde. Den anden lusede tv-filmatisering af Philip Jos Farmers mestervrk er en totalt forvirrende suppedas, som efterlader enhver, der ikke har lst bgerne, p herrens mark -- og har man lst bgerne, lber man skrigende vk. Helten fra bgerne, Francis Richard Burton, er degraderet til skurk, og man fr generelt ikke nogen som helst forklaring p, hvad der foregr. Den halve stjerne gives for en kvindelig japansk samurai, der forstr at svinge katanaen. Jeg hber virkelig, at et af de strre produktionsselskaber som HBO, Amazon eller Netflix p et tidspunkt jner muligheden for at f et ordentligt produceret hit ud af den bogserie, der er en af mine absolutte sf-favoritter.
Kelly M (de) wrote: Excellent film. Paddy is fantastic.
bill s (mx) wrote: These two work pretty well together even if the laughs are intermittent but really funny.
John K (au) wrote: **Action sequence spoilers** This could have been so much better. Interesting setup but it completely fell apart in the final showdown inside the plane for one big reason: the entire firefight consisted of quick edits of jerky, handheld, super closeups. The result was a disorienting & incoherent firefight. I couldn't tell what the heck was going on. It seemed like there were only a few SWAT members (with pistols!) near the pilot cabin, being picked off one by one - or was it the same one or two guys shown over & over? Who knows? It felt like we were watching the same moment over & over again. It also looked like the bulk of the SWAT team (with machine guns!) headed to the back of the plane and it takes several minutes before it becomes clear that they were busy getting the passengers off through a rear exit. The sharpshooters on a distant building roof don't seem to do anything. It wasn't clear what their perspective was, whether they could see anything or if they even took a shot. Later, they're seen running off the roof.We see two people jump out the front cabin window, but then it turns out there are still 2 pilots left inside, along with several terrorists. How many people were actually in there? There's no clear sense of who is where, who's shooting at whom, how far away they are from each other, the general physical layout... after investing time sitting through the film's setup, I was "rewarded" with basically a music video of closeups of guns & people's faces. I wanted to like this film, but it's really hard to enjoy something that's nothing more than an endless barrage of disconnected images. Which is unfortunate because unlike films directed by hacks like Tony Scott, Michael Bay & others who use this type of mindless & incoherent action staging, the fighting in The Assault could really have had some emotional impact.
Becca L (ru) wrote: I really want to see this movie! not only because the taleneted Jennifer Beals is in it, but because I love movies that have great dance music in it ex. Footloose/Dirty Dancing!
Michael L (us) wrote: Pretty standard piece. Not much in the non-music scenes...
Troy K (gb) wrote: It's really bad, but it has it's funny moments. If you have never seen the TV show then I wouldn't bother.
Jared F (ag) wrote: Forget what happened in the theater. The Director's Cut, like the director's cut of Kingdom of Heaven-- is a great deal better.
Tre Bluey O (it) wrote: Could have been a SyFy movie.