Max Rules

Max Rules

Three best friends spy on their families, sneak into each other's house, and organize elaborate pranks.

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Don P (kr) wrote: Contrary to the two reviews below, I found this film to be captivating and challenging. Dr. Goswami certainly has high cred in the world of quantum physics, and watchers wanting more math and particle discussions will be disappointed. The learned doctor has gone beyond the mere mechanical aspects of physics to what might be implied in the multiple dimensions beyond the realm we can see. He stops short of religion, although it is clear he has a personal origin in Buddhism.His insight struck me as profound and thought provoking, not so much for what it tells us about today as a hint that there are new insights just about to arrive.Nothing wrong with a film that makes us think.

Mark A (nl) wrote: The Believer overcomes its slightly unfocused narrative thanks to a great performance from Ryan Gosling

Annie B (ru) wrote: The performances were great but there were all kinds of gaps left in the story.

Jennifer T (es) wrote: Nice sequel to the first Pee-Wee movie. Pee falls in love and joins the circus. No way as funny as the first one but passable as a movie.

Brown V (de) wrote: Prince is the best!!!!!!!

Steve G (gb) wrote: Still better than the prequels. Apparently, the Ewoks have learned English since Return of the Jedi.

Panta O (au) wrote: I admit that I never watched one episode of Dr.Who because I always thought that they were simply not good enough. I say that after watching An Adventure in Space and Time, this amazingly refreshing British television drama produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the science fiction series, I will revisit the first episodes of Doctor Who. To make a movie which tells the story of the show's creation with emphasis on the actor William Hartnell who portrayed the First Doctor, was challenging if you have in mind that there are many people like me who never watched it, and others who never heard of it (yes, billions in China have no idea who Dr.Who was) . One of the best things was that the screenplay was written by the Doctor Who and Sherlock writer Mark Gatiss, which gives us insider's story! I really have to say that I simply loved the movie! And the casting was really something... David Bradley, Jessica Raine, Sacha Dhawan, Lesley Manville and Brian Cox were real stars shinning the brightest possible way under the secure leadership of the director Terry McDonough. Real enjoyment to watch.I was pleased to learn as much as possible about 1966, and William Hartnell (David Bradley) as an actor and person. And everything starts with the end, where he insults a stagehand who calls him to the set, where the delay caused by his absence is noticed. Hartnell enters in costume, ready to film his last moments as the First Doctor and stands in front of the TARDIS console!If you want to see how a piece of history was made, with excellent actors, insider's screenplay and directing which was safe and secure to please the crowds, please, do not miss this one. Smooth, emotional, engaging and full with nostalgia and love.

Ky K (br) wrote: This drama is sometimes intriguing, however the final part is disappointing.

Patrick H (es) wrote: Despite amazing choreography, an excellent sound track and talented performers 'Revolution' sweeps its own feet out from underneath itself with tacky dialogue, predictable outcome (recycled from previous 'Step Up' installments) and characters with no personality. Thumbs down.

Eric S (jp) wrote: Really good. Excellent casting. Nice photography. The central story, of a woman, disconnected and alone, descending into horror, reminds me of Polanski's Repulsion, although this plot is unique. So very scary I couldn't watch it in one sitting.

Vasco M (ca) wrote: Fun, dark (and often both at the same time), it's a rare tour of what kind of people extreme familial wealth raises, though I think it's too exaggerated to be considered social commentary.