Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter
The film takes place one year after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, in which Agent Carter, a member of the Strategic Scientific Reserve, is in search of the mysterious Zodiac.
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Mike P (jp) wrote: Starts slow but stick with it and it starts to really roll as a well acted drama.
Cody B (us) wrote: The only time Australia has ever been sexy.
Sophie L (fr) wrote: I can't even explain why, but this is one of the worst movies I've haver seen.
Matthew W (de) wrote: saw this in my DVD collection and had forgotten about it. great movie
Trenton R (jp) wrote: Colorful voice work and animation make a surprisingly entertaining family film.
Emmanuell M (it) wrote: THIS IS HOW I JOINED THE ARMY!
David S (br) wrote: Beautiful atmospherics and solid performances can not script, which is bland, dull, and uninteresting. Some interesting commentary upon the relationships between Americans and Brits, but the pacing is so slow and the story so conventional that we don't have much interest in what it says.
Dimitris L (kr) wrote: Although A Man and a Woman's storytelling resembles calligraphy, the love story itself is quite uninteresting. The movie is nothing else than pretty pictures combined with a catchy soundtrack that until the last half hour (when Anne sends to Jean-Louis a message saying: I love you) hardly can keep the story flowing. The most interesting element of the film, I think, is to observe how the love gets born and grows between them...
s a (it) wrote: Can monkeys be civilised? Bonzo can, and I love it.
Anucka P (jp) wrote: just for seeing elizabeth and roddy
James H (ag) wrote: An incredibly enjoyable teen movie that throughout its cheese, has a message that it conveys well. The cast all give great performances with Ledger in particular stealing the show, that "I love you baby" scene in particular is hilarious, by far the best scene in the movie. The soundtrack is on and off for me, some of it works well while other songs make no sense at all to the scene. I love the nostalgia though.
Ian G (it) wrote: A very riveting doc that originally started out as a research piece by John Maloof that led him to an auction house to secure some historical photos of the city he lives that actually led to one of the most uncommonly prolific photographers of the last century (in the 10's of thousands) who just happened to be a nanny and vagabond with a troubled past who for whatever reason had never had any of her work published to the public with the exception of some photos for picture postcards. Was a great watch and almost anthropological in nature as Maloof as he went along and retraced Vivains steps found some of the people she cared for, more treasure troves of some of her work in random places and also found out about the tragic passing and times at the end of her life. Very cool stuff about an artist whose whole success has been posthumously recognized at least by the public.