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Steven C (gb) wrote: Epic Movie! Not because of the acting but because it could be a life changing experience to watch it!
Ro D (ca) wrote: Great acting class, really natural and relax i like it
Denise G (jp) wrote: This is not a good movie. It was boring and not scary at all.
Clifton P (kr) wrote: Suspenseful tale with plenty of spiritual revelation.
Ashley H (nl) wrote: Queen Margot is a beautiful film. It is about Queen Margot who is trapped in arranged marriage to Henri de Navarre while amidst a religious war between the Protestants and Catholics. The settings and costumes are beautiful. Isabelle Adjani and Daniel Auteuil give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Patrice Chreau did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this motion picture because of the drama and history. Queen Margot is a must see.
William O (de) wrote: my opinion one of the best action movies of all time ...up there with Die Hard, The Rock, Speed, Terminator 2, Hard Boiled, The Matrix.... Police Story 3: Supercop deserves to be on the list..
Justin W (nl) wrote: I feel like it could have been a lot funnier than it was given the plot, but I was bored through most of it. And what was with that slow-motion fall that Goldie did at the end?? That was just about the cheesiest thing I've ever seen in a movie.
Lee M (ag) wrote: The film offers a bittersweet commentary about chasing the American Dream of monetary success and mobility and the constant attempt to rise above one's situation by naive and optimistic characters, not fully aware of their class limitations. Very few movies are set so convincingly in America's working class. I believed, and liked, Melvin Dummar, milkman of the month, bargainer in good faith with the universe.
Kenneth B (ru) wrote: This is one of the strongest Hammer films I've seen. I think it was Mark Gattis' documentary A History of Horror that first put me onto this film but it has taken until now for me to get around to it. I have been working through my Hammer boxset which contains 21 films, including the 3rd Quatermass film (QM and the Pit) but The Quatermass Xperiment isn't part of the set. So I've set QM and the Pit to one side until I've seen the first two films. It's started off rather well. I recently watched The Day the Earth Stood still and this bares similarities, however this has a more overt horror leaning. Great stuff.
Aj V (ru) wrote: An okay sci-fi movie of the 50s. It's not a very original plot, nor are there good special effects, but it's not bad either.
Ola G (de) wrote: Alex "Hitch" Hitchens (Will Smith) is a professional "date doctor" who coaches other men in the art of wooing women, with a focus on long-term relationships. While coaching one of his clients, Albert Brennaman (Kevin James), who is smitten with a client of his investment firm, celebrity Allegra Cole (Amber Valletta), Hitch finds himself falling for Sara Melas (Eva Mendes). Sara is a gossip columnist and a major workaholic. While Albert and Allegra's relationship continues to progress, Hitch finds it difficult to initiate a dialog with Sara, finding that none of his methods are working for catching her, while likewise being impressed with her ability to see through people's attempts to make advances. Throughout the entire process, he keeps his career secret, claiming to be a generic "consultant." Hitch meets with Vance Munson (Jeffrey Donovan), a shallow chauvinist attempting to enlist Hitch to help him land a one-night stand with Casey Sedgewick (Julie Ann Emery), Sara's coworker and best friend. Although Hitch refused to help, Vance misled Sara into believing that he used Hitch's services. After finding out Hitch's true identity, Sara publishes an expos, causing Allegra and Albert to break up and Hitch's reputation to suffer. Hitch needs to come clean and show his love for Sara to mend their relationship..."Hitch" carries classic romcom signs, but yet has its own entity within the genre in my eyes. The fact is that this sort of role fits Will Smith like the hand in a glove. His character Alex "Hitch" Hitchens has that balance between being self assure and suave but yet within theres that unsure and real person he battles with. Smith handles that in a great manner and his cool facade breaks down the more he becomes in love with Sara. The same goes for the lovely Eva Mendes character Sara and she handles it equally well as Smith. Even if Smiths character helps his clients to make memorable impressions with women they like and want to start a relationship with, he does not help out guys who want to "Hit it and quit it". Meaning theres a love code and moral to it. I like that. Kevin James is maybe a bit like Will Smith, in a way one dimensional in his acting, however the character Albert is perfect for him. Theres funny moments, sad moments, ok dialogue, chemistry between the main actors, solid soundtrack and a beautiful homage to New York City through the camera lens. "Hitch" is ok in my eyes.
Mio G (es) wrote: Letters to Juliet is a romantic film released in 2010 in America. The main character is played by Amanda Seyfried. She plays a girl named Sophie Hall who works for New Yorker magazine as a fact checker and would-be writer. The leading man is Christopher Egan, He plays the role of the man who tags along with his grandmother worrying about her. And that grandmother is named Claire who, fifty years earlier had written a letter to her Italian boyfriend, but only now was returning to Italy because of a 50-year overdue reply written by Sophie. Vanessa Redgrave plays this role. This was the final film of director Gary Winick. This story is based on the fact that secretaries of Juliet (from Romeo and Juliet) in Verona wrote letters that required advice about love affairs from people all over the world. Sophie visits Italy with her fianc on a pre-honeymoon, but her fianc Victor is so busy finding food stuff to use in his new restaurant opening soon. Sophie feels bored, so she goes out sightseeing alone. Then she finds the Juliet house and her secretaries. She replies to the letter written fifty years ago. Then, the old woman who had sent the letter comes to Verona with her grandson and they start the journey of finding her soulmate Lorenzo. I felt happy after watching this movie. The scenery of Italy is so beautiful, and the actors' facial expressions are so nice and they moved me. This movie is full of happiness and love. You will feel like showing gratitude to your important person. Anyway I highly recommend this movie.
Amanda G (it) wrote: I thought this movie was really good, I really like the main actress she is really good. There were alot of unexpected twists that kept it interesting.