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Jonathan L (br) wrote: A must-see for any Manchester United fan !
Ryan W (nl) wrote: The Postman may have been a lot better viewing if they had cut at least an hour out instead of stretching it for nearly 3 hours the movie is not as bad as you think but could be so much better
Pavan R (mx) wrote: An entertaining movie with a fairly good story. Good performances and direction. The humour works quite well too
Douglas H (mx) wrote: I haven't seen a movie this bad since I had to watch "Pursued" by Maggie April and Kristoffer Tabori.
julia t (us) wrote: I liked this movie alot because it was along the same story line as the book
Tyler P (ru) wrote: Comdie noire sympathique.
Tyler R (it) wrote: Very solid horror movie. Very fast paced with unique deaths which make for a fun movie.
William D (ru) wrote: What a magnificent film. Julian Schnabel pulled off a real tour de force with "Before Night Falls," his second film. Gloriously artistic and gloriously humane, it tells the tragic but also uplifting story of Cuba's boy genius, the poet and novelist Reinaldo Arenas, who was brutally mistreated by the bizarrely homophobic (one might even say proto-fascist) regime of Fidel Castro, heroically escaped, and then was mowed down by AIDS in the first wave of infections in the late 1980s. Schnabel and lead actor Javier Bardem worked together beautifully to bring this man's story to life. Bardem is radiant with the joy of a young gay man coming out of the closet and feeling love for the first time. I presume Bardem is straight. To see a straight man find it with himself to feel this is tonic for the soul. Schnabel I believe is also straight. For two straight men to come together to tell the story of this flamboyant gay man and to do it in such a tender and loving way truly amazes. Some straight men really can feel deep in their soul the anguish and gladness of gay men. Astonishing. The only sadness to me is that in the past decade Schnabel has not been able to produce more work of this caliber. But we still owe him a real debt of gratitude for giving us this treasure. And my appreciation for Bardem just keeps getting greater. He is moving near the top of my list of Greatest Male Screen Actors in the World. He's got Marlon Brando in him, mixed with a delight in the world that reminds me at times of a butterfly. What an extraordinary mixture. It's as if he's both straight and gay.
Sally S (mx) wrote: LOVED IT on Netflix!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
T G (mx) wrote: it was ok worth a rent. I give four stars for...the male nudity (butt).
Maribel G (ca) wrote: Amazing movie to watch. I never get tired of it.
Ashley H (ru) wrote: Shiloh is a heartwarming film. Blake Heron shines as Marty Preston. The screenplay is well written and touching. Dale Rosenbloom did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this motion picture because of the love of family and also the cute beagle.
Joseph B (ag) wrote: John Woo's 1992 action film "Hard Boiled" has some of the most exciting choreographed action sequences ever put on camera. Also like many of John Woo's Hong Kong pictures, it stars Chow Yun-Fat as Tequila, a hard boiled cop who is determined to bring down the gun smugglers who killed his partner in a botched arrest turned gang war in a teahouse. While on the trail he comes across Alan (Tony Leung Chu-wei) who is an undercover cop working in a rival triad before being recruited by Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong). Together the two work to bring down Wong's gun smuggling activities. This leads to one of the most chaotic climaxes in movie history leading to a gun battle between the triad and the police at a hospital.This would be Woo's last film in Hong Kong before heading to Hollywood to make action pictures here. Although, at times "Hard Boiled" plays out like a first person shooter video game where unnammed gangmembers appear out of nowhere only to be killed by the good guys, this may be Woo's best film. It builds more of a story than 1989's "The Killer." And like "The Killer," the movie takes many cues from Jean-Pierre Melville's "Le Samourai" as well as American cop films like "Dirty Harry" and "Bullitt."This film definitely glorifies the police and show their regard for human life as that is contrasted with the triad's disregard for anyone and everyone that stands in their way, regardless of age or their physical condition.Overall, this film is one of the greates action films of the late 1980's to early 1990's and it's no wonder Hollywood wanted John Woo.
Michael S (it) wrote: Two women sit amongst the crumbling artifacts of a shimmering, more celebrated past and we are allowed to peek into their unique existence. This haunting documentary, a penetrating depiciton of a mother-daughter relationship as well as an emotionally complex look at a way of living life completely on one's own terms, is one of the most unforgettable films ever made. Heartbreaking and hilarious, inspiring and eerie - its a claustrophobic excursion into a world of dreams and memories. The gothic mansion by the sea becomes many things. Its a treasure chest and an elephant graveyard. Its a stage and a battleground. But most of all it is a home and one is hard-pressed not to want to return.
Russell G (mx) wrote: Not only do the scientists muck about with bombs when they shouldn't, a dude sneaks off with some island fairies which really tears up Mothra! This one was a keeper, Mothra is a cool monster, and the movie has a novel feel since Mothras not on a mad tear as much as it's trying to protect the fairy twins.
Deborah M (au) wrote: I am not typically a noir fan but I gave this 3.5 stars for the creativeness of the plot and the quality of the acting. It is unique and well-done. The acting is solid, the action well-shot and the sets have particular attention to whimsical detail, all of which contribute to its appeal. Gordon-Levitt turns in another excellent performance; he is an exceptional actor with the ability to portray complex characters to understated perfection.
Beteley R (gb) wrote: Engagingly dark Fargo-inspired fun.
Becky W (mx) wrote: One of the most sophisticated love stories I've seen, especially with two female leads. The two actresses have incredible chemistry and convey volumes with just a look or a silence. I highly recommend it.