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Andrew S (nl) wrote: Entertaining but not very believable.
Thee Chad S (gb) wrote: You may see this title available on Netflix Instant Queue and think, 'this looks like it could be funny.' You would then find out that it is NOT funny at all.
(ag) wrote: For all its lurid subject matter, Choke gets wrapped up in a package that's perhaps a little too neat and tidy. That is, Choke at times plays almost like a bizarre romantic comedy didactic about the roots of addiction. But there's also quite a few very funny, clever, and moving scenes. And it's always good to see Sam Rockwell. I think there is also some effective insight given into what essentially causes addiction too.
Dave J (it) wrote: Friday, February 14, 2014 (2011) A Monster In Paris COMPUTER ANIMATION/ FAMILY The movie is exactly what the title is about except that the so-called monster is really a misunderstood giant flea, accidently created by a douche Raoul (Gad Elmaleh) who was initially informed not to touch anything from this preservation green house upon delivering bags of soil. The real star is Emile (Sbastien Desjours) trying to gain confidence into asking his crush Lucille ( Vanessa Paradis ) since they work together- Emile as a projectionist while Lucille works in a ticket booth. The movie takes place during the early 1900's but while watching it, consists many unavoidable moments. While I like the art, I can't stand stupidity who is Emile's friend named Raoul since none of this would've happened in the first place had he listened. And out of all living things to make a monster from, why does it have to be made from a disgusting little flea which this particular one was made as affectionate. Obviously inspired by 'The Phantom Of The Opera', 'The Hunchback Of Notre Dame' and Pixar's "Up" because of the blimp scene, but contains situations that are avoidable, such as the scene when the blimp caught onto the vehicle the main characters were riding on, why can't they just jump out instead of continuing to hang on. And they're also scenes which I was incapable to understand, such as a vehicle dropping onto a small boat, and the boat doesn't sink right away nor was their even a splash upon the vehicle falling on top of it. All this means is that I've seen animations better than this. 2 out of 4
John R (es) wrote: 160624: I'm sure in 1980, on a big screen, this film would've offered a bit more in the way of fear. Now however, 36 years later, she's just a bit tepid. On one occasion I got kind of a start but otherwise this film is more of a mystery. Weak title. One thing I don't understand is why Senator Joe (Melvyn Douglas) had to pay for the sins of his father? Unless he was aware of his father's evil act, he was innocent. Oh well. Good to see John Colicos. 3 at the most. Next.
April V (gb) wrote: Just for the mastubatorium or however it's spelled. Kind of an icky movie, obviously, but so deranged it was kind of entertaining.
Rawballs B (nl) wrote: I enjoyed it somehow because of the acting...
Michell B (br) wrote: Very funny. My mom's favorite!