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Amber P (au) wrote: Anything adapted from chuck should never be afraid to go to the edge as much as his books do. You already know what you're getting into, so just do it.
jay n (kr) wrote: Ordinary crime actioner is a decent enough time waster as long as you don't have expectations of anything special. Paul Walker, a very handsome but frequently wooden actor, is better than usual but the film probably would have been better had he and Jason Lewis, a much better performer, switched roles.
Lester Y (de) wrote: there's a scene in this movie where they're flipping through tv channels and a puddle of mudd video is shown briefly to represent objectionable american entertainment, which i thought was pretty funny.the rest of this film though...yikes, reaches grave of the fireflies levels of inescapable wartime despair in innocent children. the child actors who play the main characters are pretty charismatic.
Lene A (fr) wrote: Fantastic, one of the best I've seen this year (although 2 years too late...)
kyo 9 (ca) wrote: i believe i can fly.. i believe i can touch the sky..
Jeremy W (ag) wrote: Pauly Shore is always a riot, don't hate
Aaron V (it) wrote: A modern classic...kinda.
Private U (br) wrote: Reminds me of Diva meets Fassbinder. I love jarman.
Anna Q (au) wrote: This one of the Mel Brooks movies that I HAVEN'T seen. ..Must fix this.
Mike G (br) wrote: I'm giving it an extra half of star for how many time I laughed when they said "Fauke." Fauke, Arkansas, Fauke Monster, I ain' never goin' ta Fauke.... Clunkball 1972 at its best with some real authentic accents and pretty non-existent acting, which is totally beside the point anyways. Its dramatizations are flat out hysterical in a most unintended way these days, but I found it watchable void the long nature shots and clunkbouldery folk music. The one feller talking about his hogs that got hauled off floored me. I can remember being a little kid and afraid of this kind of shit!
Aaron G (jp) wrote: Sorry Saw, but it takes more than just gore to be engaging.