Musaa: The Most Wanted
Fearing media exposure, gangsters kidnap a TV Channel's CEO and his family.
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Ed B (es) wrote: Great filmmaking. Gritty, raw and minimalistic.
D R (br) wrote: Well written script and well directed with an excellent cast. Worth the journey!
David W (mx) wrote: You sunk my battleship!
Andruw F (mx) wrote: I'm a pretty big Sandler fan, and even I don't like this. There's only a handful of laughs, and most are some ongoing jokes, which I really love in movies. And it's too long. But the story and family aspect are both actually decent, and the message behind it is great! The direction is awful. Dennis Dugan is a majority stinker director.
Joe M (kr) wrote: Should be 1/2 a star or less, but I wanted the awful rating to show. Absolutely awful. Tolkien must be spinning in his grave. And Peter Jackson should be ashamed for how he so perverted such a great story just so they could drive dump truck loads of money up to his door.
Private U (br) wrote: al aflam el sis .. zadet film :)
David L (es) wrote: Duma is definitely familiar in its storyline and it has an odd structure for sure, but the film is so wonderfully old-fashioned and charming that its flaws are easily forgotten. It has beautiful scenery and a great use of African music, it is moving in its ending and it has such an adventurous spirit that it thoroughly succeeds as a family adventure flick.
Thomas H (es) wrote: Mycket bra ubtsfilm. Klart intressant och sevrd. Knns som en liten mer udda ubtsfilm. KLart roande en vinterkvll
Colin G (au) wrote: A good sequal to the original Prophecy. The story continues with Gabriel back from Hell and continuing his plans. Not as good as the first film but not bad either.
Kate M (es) wrote: This is like Hamlet with a happy ending...sorta happy ending.
John M (it) wrote: A nice nostalgic piece that's not really as intimately focused on anyone as much as Allen's other films, but that's kind of what makes it stand out. There's a resemblance of Fellini's "Amarcord," here, running off the sense of a group of people at a certain time and age, but combined with the natural hilarity of Allen's style. It's combined with comfort, touching moments and laugh-out-loud dialogue.
Steve S (br) wrote: This was absolutely fucking stupid. It's the closest I've been to giving out a 1/5. There was too much "oh-let's-fix-broken-Bandit" hokey-ass bullshit. The whole deal with the police cars versus semis was all "WTF?!" Plus, with the ending, it seems like the writers just said, "Fuck it. We're ending here," at a point with little closure. Dom DeLuise is annoying as fuck, but at least ol' Jackie Gleason was fun.
Paul D (br) wrote: Another wonderfully told animal meets man story. It is a little contrived with Mckenna and Travers who had done this type of stuff before, but it is still a good watch.
Christopher B (br) wrote: A classic study in how to produce a turkey with several quality actors. Beginning with the opening credits.
Adam R (au) wrote: A high-powered thriller. Harrison Ford is a force to be reckoned with. (First and only viewing - 8/1/2008)