A stylish horror film based on the life of Richard Ramirez, aka the Nightstalker, who terrorized people in Los Angeles during the 1980s.
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Rachel M (kr) wrote: i thought it was a private movie. the actors n actresses don't look professional. i was bored n no fun.
Loreno V (br) wrote: Interesting and touching small film. The dream sequences were a bit much, but the relationship was well played out.
Abb J (jp) wrote: That Thing That You Do!: An infectiously fun, entertaining comedy about the rise of a 60s pop band, the One-Ders (heh heh), and how its bandmembers lives change overnight when they score one big hit. Solid acting, interesting characters and a standout soundtrack make Tom Hanks' directorial debut a winner. A
Simon M (br) wrote: Pretty cool Vietnam war flick about a nutter Sergeant taking out his own platoon as training practice.
Raelene D (mx) wrote: For a John Candy movie this movie was rather disappointing...
Christopher K (br) wrote: One of my favourite Walt Disney films of all time.
Jeff B (jp) wrote: Great safari footage mixed in with a decent storyline. It was more about showing off the location (I mean this in a good way) than about what was happening. Enjoyable, but a bit too long.
Matthew J (nl) wrote: 'Jumping Jacks' is the first Martin and Lewis comedy I truly enjoyed. It's packed with hilarious gags, great chemistry between the leads and a fantastic supporting cast.
Tony C (br) wrote: Chloe feels horribly out of place as Carrie. This reboot could have been fantastic, had they just made important changes. They should have made a twist, for example, Carrie's mom being telekinetic too, so they could have a battle, but instead it is a scene for scene disaster. The effects are great, but without a new story, the only people who could like tis, are those who haven't seen the original.
James A (fr) wrote: Refreshing and unique sci-fi thriller; visually arresting; excellent CGI; remarkable performances; captivating musical score. Hoping for second and third installments.
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