Sofia's story, the best chef the world, and the two men who helped her to become a legend.
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Rohit T (ca) wrote: This movie is absolutely amazing! The special effects may not be the best around, but it still has a great story, great actors, and great dialog. Every thing that a great movie needs.
Ja (ca) wrote: A journey in the heart of Afghanistan. I won't say, this is a must see movie however, its a great watch if you are in a mood for sinking into the beautiful mountainous surrounding of Kabul and Afghanistan, it looks tremendous. The Direction, The Cinematography, the Dialogs, The Acting, Both John and Arshad were good, Hanif Hum Ghum is wonderfully casted while Salman Shahid as the Taliban is outstanding The girl is cute........One question in the end : who is world's all time greatest All Rounder in Cricket?? lol :D
Michael A (fr) wrote: genius film, unique, fantastic
Millo T (au) wrote: Good idea, but maybe too stereotypical.
Conner R (jp) wrote: Wolfen has a cool opening and that's about it. None of the originality and shock value that the first five minutes can be reproduced at all in the two hours that follow. Mostly, the movie just contains a ridiculous amount of semi infrared shots that make no sense; supposedly being how these mutant wolves see. Why any viewer needed to be exposed to so much of this lame wolf vision is beyond me. The story is just uninteresting and the ending is so obvious and lame. Albert Finney had no business being in such a b-level movie, surrounded with d-level stars. I think the biggest misconception with this movie is that it's a true werewolf movie; in no way is this even close to being part of the genre. I hate to pick on this movie so much, but there was basically nothing redeeming about it. It fails as a horror movie, a thriller, cop drama, and funnily enough as an urbanization politics piece. There's no noteworthy moments aside from the opening, which isn't worth it in the end.
Johnny N (fr) wrote: A film that speaks on many levels. An anti war message mixed with optimism and pessimism. they truly don't make em like they used to. I feel the humanity of this picture. And the pain of war.
Anna N (kr) wrote: Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.
Chiek E (au) wrote: Impressive stuff from Paul Newman as Carrasco the coyote desiring the excellent Claire Boom. A young William Shatner played a wooden preacher.
Isabella S (br) wrote: It's stupid, it's silly, the critics aren't wrong when they call it "aimless". But it's the sort of terrible that's fun and funny. I have, in fact, watched it multiple times. Would recommend to anyone to see at least once.
David D (mx) wrote: Maybe this hit too close to home for a lot of critics. Watchable.
Sebastian O (gb) wrote: While the critics are correct in saying that Scoop is filled with one-liners is overall silly, the purpose of the film is to add a quirky character in the context of a mystery. While I admit that the comedy works only half the time, the plot is interesting, easy to follow, and has the charm that makes Allen's movies so special. It's entertaining and well-acted, and it doesn't hurt to watch such a film once in a while.