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Ciaran G (nl) wrote: Good 3rd installment and creepy in places but still didn't beat the 2nd film. ???
Birgitta L (nl) wrote: Really bad. Wow, how can everyone miss a scottish monster travelling to America? Why is the badly animated Nessie the best actor in this movie?! Many questions, dont care much about answears. Reeaally bad.
wallyboy w (it) wrote: it a great christian movie
Christopher B (ag) wrote: Based on the fantastic manga, this is a gritty, surreal and downbeat film about high school. Saw this on Sept. 12, 2001 and unfortunately there was a plane in the film that the audience couldn't seem to get past, I'm sure everyone was thinking about very recent events, very understandable, but the Q&A was more about the plane than about the movie. These are probably the same people who watch TMZ nowadays.
Well A (ag) wrote: Cnico e sem vergonha de expor as futilidades das relaes da juventude da virada do sculo, o filme tem cenas antolgicas. Minha adolescncia no teria sida o mesma sem esse filme.
Hayden W (ca) wrote: Does it have cheesy special effects, wooden acting and handful of groan inducing stupid bits? Yes. Is it still fun to watch? You bet.
Naoya K (es) wrote: Undoubtedly one of the best Japanese films, and even all the films about family, ever made as far as I know. Morita is a master.
Rob L (it) wrote: Not terrible for a debut film, but that's the best one can muster as a compliment. Character studies are often tricky work, especially when coupled with societal commentary. However, the piece never rises above spectacle, a problem in most Spielberg films. He is too overcome with the sight of police cars run amok and as a result forgets about his characters, thereby coming off as cold and emotionless. The heart of the film should be in the characters, and he spends too little time with their interactions. Spielberg also seems to have trouble finding and settling on a tone. Redneck comedy? Road movie? Societal satire? Screwball action? Thank goodness Jaws was only a few years away.
David W (au) wrote: The fact this got a 72% makes me question the validity of rotten tomatoes.