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Nicole G (ca) wrote: Good story, but confusing, they could have done a better job with this story and great cast....too bad they didn't....
Hannah D (mx) wrote: I was determined to stick with this even though for the first 30 minutes or so it was so slow and boring! I'd seen that it had garnered some very positive reviews, so kept telling myself I'd become more interested. And even though nothing overly dramatic actually happened, it became strangely compelling . It was very atmospheric, being set in the Scilly Isles, and there was a tension amongst the family members. I was particularly interested in why the mother was so miserable a lot of the time. Many people may have made the mistake of switching it off in the early stages, thinking it was going to be boring. I promise you, it is a VERY good film!
Olivia G (ca) wrote: scary!!but kida weird
Linda C (ag) wrote: I loved the eighties music. This is not my usual kind of movie, but I enjoyed this one.
Thomas W (gb) wrote: Just as painful as it sounds, Tiptoes (once known as TINY Tiptoes -- UGH, right?!) is a resounding failure. Mattew McConaughey (The Lincoln Lawyer, A Time to Kill, The Wedding Planner) has a twin-brother played by Gary Oldman (Immortal Beloved, Batman Begins, Romeo Is Bleeding). The catch is that Oldman's character is a dwarf and ALL of McConaughey's family are dwarfs. When McConaughey's fiance, Kate Beckinsale (Aviator, Underworld, Last Days of Disco), becomes pregnant ... the couple begin to worry about the phycial nature of their child. Almost the entire supporting cast is made of little people actors and the dialogue seems to pander throughout the entire movie and it is almost unbearable uncomfortable. None of the actors are bad and all give heartfelt, genuine performances ... but the dialogue and written lines are too resounding to ignore. McConaughey and Beckinsale are given romantic and beautiful lines to recite to one another; but whenever the scene involves a dwarf the scenes turns to "little" and cute. The movie takes un unbelievable and uncomfortable turn when Beckinsale's character begins to fall for Oldman ... and it only does this for shock/surprise. Pander, pander, pander.
Vlad T (it) wrote: Though it keeps you watching to the end, the film is all over-acted and the central plot conceit(the hyponosis) is slightly over cooked and assumes that it is cleverer than it is.
intuciic (de) wrote: amazing movie! life and love stories of different woman guide young woman to her right life path and help her find where she belongs.
Andrew O (mx) wrote: A strange and surreal film that is both visually and narratively entrancing, even when the point of the movie seems to be to prove that it's just a film.
Lisa A (jp) wrote: one of the best movies ive seen.
Najd G (mx) wrote: This movie is an utter rip-off of "Liar Liar," and when I first saw this movie, I thought it was mediocre. Since then, I've rewatched it a couple times and found it makes more of an impression each viewing. Now I find myself thinking about funny parts of the movie, even though I haven't seen it in years. This film has grown on me quite a bit since its debut.
Amanda C (nl) wrote: There is so much to love about Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. It's a feast for the eyes, with eye popping colour, fabulous costumes and of course the presence of Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell. Monroe is charming as ever, but even in her irresistible glow, Jane Russell steals the show. Hard edged and witty with legs for days, she is a credible dancer and singer, but an even better actress. Her and Monroe appear to be having a blast together and Monroe pulls less of her lost little girl act to match Russell when they're on screen together. It might be a bit of fluff, but it's most definatly a worthwhile and entertaining piece of fluff.