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Jaime (ru) wrote: 1/4 3/4" 1/4
Olivia R (kr) wrote: Really enjoying this film! Fab actress!
WS W (fr) wrote: A quite interesting (despite nothing new at all, except it is from Mexico) story premise being executed in a not so interesting way, plus a very illogical, abrupt conscious-recovery from the protagoist plot hole. Alrightee in general.
(au) wrote: there are no need to many reason to be good movie.nice action, good ending and nice plot. best MMA movie
Divina D (de) wrote: nice...funny,,,...unique,,,
David J (ca) wrote: Its visually fantastic, and a very original plot makes for a very fun experience. Voice acting is another plus.
Paul S (ag) wrote: By the makers of Hoop Dreams. Pretty good.
Milly B (kr) wrote: It was quite entertaining, but something was amiss. No real soundtrack, and not great acting. Good premise though. Different from most teen films.
Byron B (ru) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR
Christopher S (nl) wrote: For the most part, this film had some funny parts with a strong comedic cast. After all, it had Sinbad before he went really horrible, Larry Miller, and a young Rob Schneider. What I did not get is why were the Texas Colts the Texas Colts? Why weren't they the Longhorns since we all know who they are anyway? Screw the NCAA and their licensing. Plus the Colts wore LSU colors to boot. That alone made me almost not watch this film. As for the acting, it was OK but Kathy Ireland could not move like a kicker. Heck, she could not even kick like a college soccer player she was. Of course she did not get cast in this film for her athletic ability but give me a break. If this film was supposed to take a comedic look at SMU's scandal from the mid-1980s, it failed to do so. The only saving grace was the NFL players who played convicts at the local prison.
Lee M (mx) wrote: Winkler??s direction is workmanlike but his staging is unimaginative and there??s no comic bounce to the supposedly funny sequences. The film looks exactly like a TV sitcom with flat lighting and a minimum of camera movement. Ultimately, Memories Of Me simply dies on the screen. Alan King, who died of cancer earlier this year, deserved a lot better.
Daniel S (mx) wrote: another hit from bunuel, im beginning to believe he couldnt make a bad film, this one is all about people and their desires, some hidden, some good, some bad and how they all revolve around the character of the maid celestine, as usual, bunuel puts in his jabs at bourgoise culture and politics, moreau looks pretty damn good in this too
Art S (ag) wrote: I've always enjoyed Dick Powell and he's pretty great as a bored-with-routine insurance salesman churning out the sarcasm. However, he makes some bad decisions in this domestic noir and risking his marriage for Lizabeth Scott is the primary one. Although he regrets it, this is noir and so he must pay the price and gets entangled with a pretty nasty character in the form of Raymond Burr (note that I didn't say "heavy" when I could have). Powell does look raked over the coals by the end and I wouldn't exactly call it happy. On the low budget side, in the noir scheme of things.
Brian V (ca) wrote: Not a big fan of the "I woke up and it was all a dream" ending but I have to judge this film by the constraints of the Production Code (the "bad guy" would have had to go to jail or get killed). Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett were a strange on-screen pair but it worked fabulously here and in Scarlet Street.
Rick B (us) wrote: The best movie Elvis did. He could act given the right script
Timothy S (au) wrote: If I had a million dollars to spend it would be on someone else another way I think.
Lemon D (it) wrote: Primarily a depressing, coming-of-age film about alcoholism, codependency, and responsibility. Two damaged souls launch their individual healing with each other just before high school graduation. Ultimately, it seems they should move on as only friends...but will they?