Masikip sa dibdib: The Boobita Rose Story
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Jireh A (ru) wrote: Visually captivating. The story is indeed remarkable. Good job Goro Miyazaki.
Virna W (gb) wrote: Excellent movie, great music and story line.
Lasse C (jp) wrote: Even though the film has few plot threads it feels like it lacks focus. The funny bits aren't too funny and the touching bits aren't too touching.
Tom V (kr) wrote: Not the kind of movie that looks flattering on a potential employees resume!
Chip C (ru) wrote: If only they had the writers from 'friends'.
Codie E (us) wrote: Typical rebel rousing stuff from Ken Loach. He has done better but this is another good addition into his cannon. As ever the film contains decent performances and plays like a masterclass in invisible editing and cinematography.
Kirstie K (gb) wrote: Totally weird and awkward plot. I love most Disney Channel movies, but not this one.
Steve S (kr) wrote: Not sure how I missed this movie when it came out - but now in the top five (5) of Almodovar movies, along with "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," "Volver," "Broken Embraces," and "LIve Flesh."
Kristy P (fr) wrote: Eh, it was okay. I liked the ending, where Louis Gossett Jr. wins of course. :P
Lee M (au) wrote: Yes, you've seen it before -- all the cliches and stereotypes associated with a young idealistic teacher in the "modern" high school. The difference is this movie helped create the very tropes that have become so hackneyed.
Emre T (it) wrote: Rocco and His Brothers, Luchino Visconti's recently restored 1960 film about the struggles of a poor southern Italian family to adjust to industrialized, big-city life, may not be a masterpiece, but it is, nonetheless, a watershed film -- turgid, overwrought, yet still profoundly affecting
Alexander K (jp) wrote: I love how everything turns for the worse for Larry David. Just like watching Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Jeffrey N (ca) wrote: There is clearly a market for these kinds of movies, but I don't fall into that category. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor can do some pretty creative things to get some insane shots, but their movies are just too mindless for me. I need more story. More depth. Not just stuff blowing up, gratuitous violence and idiotic sex scenes. The biggest positive to this movie is its very effective use of music for its scenes. Jefferson Starship's "Miracles" as Statham is falling to his "death" was probably the most interesting moment in the film. Judging by IMDB, much of the industry has figured out not to give these guys much more work, though. After the idiotic "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" and the box office disaster, "Jonah Hex," I guess studios realized people actually like stories. I hope Lexi Alexander takes a cue from them.
Ton Q (mx) wrote: For as great as this film looked, I was highly disappointed with the final product.
Christina H (mx) wrote: Watched: 14 Sept 2013Watched: 1 Sept 2014Watched: 19 Dec 2014
Jack G (ru) wrote: Clint reminds me of my dad, I like all his stuff