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Michael K (br) wrote: Could've been a lot better, but I have saw a lot worse . . .
Adrian B (it) wrote: This was actually not bad for stone cold Steve Austin but that really isn't saying too much
Taija H (ca) wrote: Tuli telkkarista ja jin katsomaan, vaikken ihan alusta asti nhnytkn. Aika tyls, mieshahmo oli superrsyttv. En tyknnyt, tai en ollut tll tuulella.
JJ S (de) wrote: "I WANT BABY!" Pretty good mockumentary, I kept thinking it was real. It definitely has its zany moments that i fully appreciated. and let's not forget to keep stirring, keep stirring.
Lee M (ca) wrote: It's a movie of deft impressions and telling human moments. Whether or not those impressions and moments add up to anything is almost beside the point.
Anna B (us) wrote: It's strange what behind-the-scenes drama and low box office can do to a film's reputation. Hopefully another thirty years will rectify that. The weirdest thing about this movie is that almost all of the roles are badly miscast, especially Jovovich and Bentley, and yet the acting is uniformly excellent. Everyone looks and speaks wrong for the setting and period, and yet here I am praising their performances. Makes no sense. Winterbottom's dedication to verisimilitude is absurd and breathtaking.
Colin N (mx) wrote: I thought it was interesting and very intriguing, the acid dropping sequence is what makes the entire film worthwhile, plus the various sex scenes involving Sarah Michelle Gellar. The ending was really cool although the film basically had no point and was filled with endless subplot.Again the acid dropping sequence is what makes this movie. Just wait an hour for it, trust me it'll be worth it.
Spencer H (it) wrote: Men in Black is full of fun visuals, fun action, and crazy aliens, it's a movie worth watching. The chemistry between the two leads is amazing and hilarious.
kara w (mx) wrote: lol...elmer introduced me to this one...one of his favorites...gotta love 80s movies!
Todd G (fr) wrote: A perfect cure for insomnia
Johnny B (it) wrote: Not a perfect movie, but possibly one of Eastwood's most underrated. This is easily one of my favorite spy/hitman movies.
Eduardo A (jp) wrote: Perfect sequel from the great adventures of Hanzo Itami, contain all the elements of the first one but more intense and with more testosterone. Simply amazing.
Ben L (it) wrote: I did my best to keep my expectations down because I literally knew nothing about this movie going in other than director and stars. It captivated me early because it has Hitchcock's amazing eye for shot selection and some superb music to keep things tense. Those things are what made Vertigo appealing throughout.I struggled with Jimmy Stewart's character in this film. I thought he was set up as a fairly noble guy and I liked him. However as the movie progresses he gradually becomes more and more creepy. It was bad enough when he's undressing and making out with another man's wife, but that final act with the clothes and hair obsession had me squirming in my seat.I also had difficulty with the romance in Vertigo. It's a problem I often have with movie love affairs, because I don't see enough build-up for these two people to claim they are in love. I was still trying to get over this guy kissing a friend's wife and the next thing I know he's confessing his love for her? It was tough for me to accept.The softening of the romantic blow came through the plot. That's where Vertigo really shines. I was delighted by the mystery because I so desperately wanted to discover what was going on. I longed for a real explanation and yet I kept wondering if it was actually something mystical that was driving the story. The first reveal of the truth was a true shocking moment for me and suddenly I was totally amazed how they fooled me. The fact that they had to insert a scene explaining it all in words right after the visual explanation felt a bit forced, but maybe they're just trying to cater to the people who can't put the pieces together on their own.The third act was probably the weakest part of Vertigo. It felt like the movie was rambling after the reveal and dragging things out so long when I was just waiting for it all to finally hit the fan. Then the final moments were intense and uncomfortable. I was back on board and anxiously awaiting the dramatic conclusion. When it came it was so sudden, and odd that I wasn't ready for it and almost said "Wait, that's it?"I didn't love Vertigo. There are other Hitchcock films that are much more effective for me. However, there were elements of genius that I connected with in this film. The mystery gripped me, the visuals were stunning, the score was intense, and the acting was great. I doubt I'll revisit Vertigo, unlike my preferred Hitchcock movies, but I can recognize it's a very well-made film.
Janet M (gb) wrote: Jarhead has made me really leary of watching army movies. I HATED that show it was sooooo boring.
Grant S (au) wrote: Great romantic drama. Moving, and ultimately quite sad - certainly not your average romantic movie. Very original, even after all these years. Also quite intriguing, as you know roughly how things are going to work out, but you don't know why, until the end (my money was on the old crone from the ballet company screwing things up...).Superb performance from the beautiful Vivien Leigh. Every sentence and expression is perfectly nuanced. Solid performance in the male lead by Robert Taylor. Good support from Virginia Field and Lucile Watson.They certainly don't make romantic dramas like they used to...
Jordan K (de) wrote: Super Troopers, created and starring the Broken Lizard comedy troupe, is a film that has gained cult status, mainly from its scenes filled with catchphrases ("meow", "ramrod", "mother of god"), but is really nothing special, no new ground has been broken.5 irresponsible prankster highway patrol officers in Vermont duel with the local city police to see who solves a marijuana smuggling case first to avoid the highway patrol office being shut down by the governor.Super Troopers builds itself up way more than it is in reality. There's good fun in it, I especially grew fond of the idiotic drunken loudmouth Officer Rod Farva but the rest are pretty bland. There's some instances where the plot barely moves along and the highway games the officers play on unaware travelers get old. The characters aren't so much unlikable, just so bland you can't know them as a whole, I think this could best be demonstrated in Anchorman where the characters leave a lasting impact still with humor that lasts. Super Troopers demonstrates some fun but can grow idiotic and childish in some portions.