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Marta R (br) wrote: Lot to think about here.. good film and acting.
Kalin G (br) wrote: You have to read the novel first. The screen version does add some ingenuity and effects, but there are certain revelations only available in the novel.However, the movie is a beautifully made flick, which does reflect the "soul" of the novel. Watch it, bastards :)
Simon D (ru) wrote: don't waste your time. it's utter rubbish and totally repetitive, i couldn't finish it.
Asif K (fr) wrote: very slow moving parts in it, a folk kind of touch to this immigrant drama, it was ok. not great.
danita s (br) wrote: one of my favourites
EpicLadySponge t (it) wrote: I can't be the only one who enjoyed the movie.
Chris M (kr) wrote: Ken Burns can show American history on the screen like no one else can. This tribute to America's architectural genius is made even better by the Beethoven soundtrack.
Movie K (de) wrote: Average funny movie from Stephen Chow. The trial ending part is kind of fast and lame.
Marcus G (br) wrote: Denis Leary slums for a bit with Bullock, but it ain't bad.
Alex V (de) wrote: Well that was just plain stupid.
Leon B (us) wrote: Review:This film felt more like a series of sketches than a whole movie. The storyline is all over the place and I didn't have a clue what was going on most of the time, but I understood the main concept which was that the popular filmmaker is fed up with the critics questioning his work and his love life is a right mess. Basically, it's your usual Woody Allen movie, were he uses every chance to get his leg over. As this movie was made in the early 80's, I can actually imagine Woody Allen's life being like it is in the movie, with thepaparazzi constantly on his tale, fans asking forautographand many beautiful women on his tale but it eventually leads to him losing the plot. He eventually becomes tired of making funny movies and I have actually witnessed this after watching a lot of his movies. He seems to sway from comedy to drama through his career so he obviously had this problem in his real life. Anyway, the film is funny in parts but the storyline is sketchy. Watchable!Round-Up:After watching a few of Woody Allen's movies, I'm beginning to see a pattern with the box office takings, which isn't that great. He only started to make serious money when he decided to stick to writing and directing, which must have been a tough decision because he seems to be the main character in most of his earlier projects. He still adds some of his warped sense of his humour to his latter scripts, but he doesn't have that million words per minute, annoying humour, which I saw in some of the scenes in this movie. At the end of the day, this is a watchable movie which is better than some of his latter projects, but I'm still struggling to understand the mind behind his work.Budget: $10millionWorldwide Gross: $10.3millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there Woody Allen movies about a popular director who is going through a nervous breakdown because of the pressure of being a comedy genius and his constant problems with relationships. 5/10
Kevin M W (jp) wrote: Drama ensues when the big one hits L.A. in this 1974 disaster flick featuring a cornucopia of Hollywood talent of which it can be summed up with that Walter Matthau used his family name in the credits, not his screen name. Its actually not as bad as your sneer ... well, it wasn't as bad as mine was. Why are they living on a fault line anyway? I saw it on AMC.
Stephanie W (gb) wrote: Really worth watching, thought provoking
Des S (nl) wrote: This wasn't as good as I thought it might be. The characters weren't very likeable and the storyline was boring.
Paul D (it) wrote: An finely executed thriller for a low-budget production. The single setting obviously helps facilitate this, but it shows you don't have to be extravagant to produced a worthy feature.
Alfredo S (nl) wrote: Although it has its moments, Open Season feels familiar really often, and fails at being on par even with the most mediocre animated installments