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Nacquired T (br) wrote: This movie just became my favorite football movie ever, after loving old classic greats like Wildcats, Necessary Roughness, Remember The Titans, Facing The Giants, Friday Night Lights and the other few. So many people take their eyes off of what does matter to look at what doesn't. It's REAL LIFE message to me is this, fight hard for your dreams while staying true to your belief in your Higher Power. This young man had a warrior's spirit for The Lord and the heart of a Jesus and a Lion. His determination drive and humility allowed him to excel on life and death. My son just went on his second college visit as a football player and I must say that this movie fit right in with where my life is right now. The Courage to stay true to who you are is a beautiful gift to have in this world. I am as impressed with this movie as I was with the University we just visited........ An exceptional Real Life Story about a young man's journey to be great by faith as he learned to do that while fighting and praying to become a real Football player. I mean sure he had the odds against him but he fought more to overcome them than he fought to use them as excuses that would keep him from accomplishing that which he had dreamed.
Walter M (ca) wrote: Ever since he was a kid, Yang Lu Chan(Jayden Yuan) has had the ability to mimic the martial arts skills of others, often putting them to good use. The downside is that it is killing him. After he is the only survivor of a sneak attack, he travels to a remote village to learn how to safely harness his abilities. And is instantly rebuffed. To be fair, the villagers have bigger things on their mind like the coming railroad and electricity but the presentation from Chen Yu Niang(Angelababy) and Fang Zi Jing(Eddie Peng) does not go exactly as planned. "Tai Chi Zero" is enjoyable on multiple levels as it combines silent films, video games and martial arts into one fun concoction. And the in-movie credits while potentially distracting are not an entirely bad idea. So, in the end, this inventive film keeps things moving which causes it to not sink under the weight of being the Great Steampunk Hope that takes place at a pivotal point in China's history.
nt w (de) wrote: Pearl, the man this documentary is about, is just so gosh darn endearing that he lifts the film a notch above the film's technical merits. Seriously, stop interviewing the preacher. SERIOUSLY!
Marilee A (us) wrote: Overrated.What is the Fascination with Men's , lets just say, not so pretty, Frontal Anatomy?
Adriano B (us) wrote: A first and first class Kitano, a quiet and desperately sad flick forcing you to sympatize with two bullies, their vulnerabilities, their fails and their losses. On behalf of losers, even when they aren't nice.
Orlok W (gb) wrote: A deeply moving story, thought provoking, and unforgettable--Amazing, true and bittersweet!!
Panayiota K (br) wrote: Cute but could be funnier
Keegan G (ag) wrote: At times, 'Man on Fire' proves itself to be quite the action/thriller. Dakotah Fanning steals the spotlight, until she is temporarily kidnapped and we are left with Denzel Washington's worthy performances. While most of the action scenes are entertaining, the overused special effects and music make it really hard to focus on the actual conflict in the story. The chemistry between Fanning and Washington is the highlight; take that away, we've got an over-the-top, dragged on feature film.
Private U (ca) wrote: Sigourney Weaver gets her kit off and bangs Michael Caine on the sofa. Ok, what was the plot again?
Luke F (mx) wrote: The denizens of the asylum might well have crawled from the pages of Goya's Caprichos.
Rob M (it) wrote: Good story and a time-appropriate depiction of life on a submarine. Depth charges exploding that close to a sub would make mincemeat of the submarine, not just damage a hatch. Loved the strings pulling the torpedos and submarines.
Andrew S (de) wrote: With an insane asylum standing in for everyday society, Milos Forman's 1975 film adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel is a comically sharp indictment of the Establishment urge to conform. Playing crazy to avoid prison work detail, manic free spirit Randle P. McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) is sent to the state mental hospital for evaluation. There he encounters a motley crew of mostly voluntary inmates, including cowed mama's boy Billy (Brad Dourif) and silent Native American Chief Bromden (Will Sampson), presided over by the icy Nurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher). Ratched and McMurphy recognize that each is the other's worst enemy: an authority figure who equates sanity with correct behavior, and a misfit who is charismatic enough to dismantle the system simply by living as he pleases. McMurphy proceeds to instigate group insurrections large and small, ranging from a restorative basketball game to an unfettered afternoon boat trip and a tragic after-hours party with hookers and booze. Nurse Ratched, however, has the machinery of power on her side to ensure that McMurphy will not defeat her. Still, McMurphy's message to live free or die is ultimately not lost on one inmate, revealing that escape is still possible even from the most oppressive conditions.
Robbie V (nl) wrote: Hideously entertaining