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Jordi T (ag) wrote: Surrealista, exactamente igual que la mayor parte de la filmografia de este extrao genio... Juicios con pantallas enormes que se utilizan para visualizar las pruebas, confetti que cae del cielo tras cada veredicto, y una trama que de puro enredo resulta entretenida... Un videojuego mas convertido en pelicula. Y seguramente no sera el ultimo que Miike convierta... Impagable el loro en el juicio siendo interrogado...
Bernard C (au) wrote: Good story. Great action. Decent performances. Worth a watch. Happiness is a warm gun.
Matt M (br) wrote: A fun little movie that should have had a bigger audience. Those that are 'reviewing; it as 'chikdish' and such never watched it but read the description and decided to post rubbish about it because they are failed filmmakers who consider themselves too 'high bow' for comedy.
Alex r (mx) wrote: This had the potential of being a great documentary. Unfortunately the film lacks something to really make it a great film on the subject. I mean you have Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin The Edge of U2 in one film; you're bound to get something great between the two. You'll notice I didn't mention Jack White because I really feel he doesn't stand out compared to first two guitar players. White's work doesn't really stand out in the rock genre. I don't he's a legend or a good player for that matter. I think another veteran of rock music should have taken Jack White's place instead because I feel he really doesn't stand out among the other legends in the genre. As a whole the documentary is interesting but I feel it lacks what it says it has the history of the guitar from the point of view of the artists. This film instead focuses on the influence of each guitar player, though interesting, they could given a more in depth look at who helped shaped the electric guitar. In the end, this film is just an excuse for the guitarists to tell us how important music is in their lives. Considering that there's some talent here, it would have been interesting to hear about the guitar from their point of view, however they just get into a little bit of it, and I felt that they could have put a lot more effort in the film by having the musicians give us more detail on the guitar. A good film, but it lacks in some areas and I think it's a slight shame considering the talent that talk on the subject.
Jerome Y (ag) wrote: Watch this for the 2nd time. One of the movies with Jackie that has a pretty good plot. I really enjoy it.
Zo S (br) wrote: its flat out awful. only special effects were decent. couldve been sooooo much better.
Jason D (it) wrote: At first, I thought the Bottom Feeder was referring to an abnormal human-rat hybrid mutant that roamed the sewers of a University, killing off mafia type people, maintenance people, and a bum, but it turns out that the Bottom Feeder is actually referring to the star of the movie Tom Sizemore for his inability to stay clean and accept shitty movies like this one instead of the AMAZING films he used to be in. Have fun smoking your crack and heroine, Tom, you dumb fucking moron.
Grant S (ag) wrote: Great series defamed by a remake-movie.The Sweeney was a great TV series in the 1970s. This is a very lacklustre 2012 movie which does absolutely no credit to the original series.I was hoping for a tight, gritty, realistic drama. Instead I got contrivances, and cliche after cliche. Hardly realistic at all, and often seems more like a vigilante movie than a cop drama. It sometimes felt like a Dirty Harry or Deathwish movie.Not all bad. Some of the action sequences were quite good, and some of the repartee was amusing.Performances are pretty wooden, as you would expect from a gung-ho police drama. Ray Winstone is...Ray Winstone. Always good to see Hayley Atwell...
Michael W (nl) wrote: Enjoyed it very much. Funny, emotionally thought provoking, and spiritually applicable.
Shaun G (ag) wrote: This film is pants! not worth watching.
Nicole V (fr) wrote: i hate hippies, always have, always will. and every time i see pictures of communes, they are always dirty.
Tom S (ag) wrote: a realistic and effective portrayal of alcoholism, as in "Friends" Schwimmer plays drunk very well, realistic and entertaining. The movie suffers only from a bit of predictability and bad taste from the direction.
Juli N (us) wrote: Pretty Ho Hum for a Miike film!
Ben B (gb) wrote: Eigentlich gut, aber es gibt ein bisschen zu viele Zooms. Ab und zu sind die Zooms aber gut, aber auch konnen sie schlimm sein. The cinematograpy was rather interesting and the story was of course very intriguing. Well made, though not overly abundant where I would watch it several more times, maybe once more.
Amy H (nl) wrote: LOVED it! I loved Donnie as a singer, but I think acting is his true calling-he's wonderful! Rose McGowan is great in this as well. This movie should've got more attention and recognition than it did. Recommend it to everyone!
Hristiana P (es) wrote: nice joshh .. ;]nice movie .. ;] (ama gore - doly ;d )
Alex r (us) wrote: Mediocre Comedy that relies on a predictable, over done formula and boasts a lame cast, a poorly written script, and offers no effective comedy. The film is a poor attempt at making an entertaining feature, and there is no redeeming factor in the story. I found Camp Nowhere to be tiresome and a waste of time. This is a bland affair that doesn't offer anything of note. Christopher Lloyd has made far better films. Camp Nowhere might have worked with a better script, but it just fails. Camp Nowhere is mediocre, and the film started off quite amusing, but it just ended flat. By the time the credits roll, you feel like you wanted more out of the film, and it's a movie that could have been done much better. The comedic material is just stale, and overall it's a flawed comedy that doesn't deliver any laughs. If you're going into this film expecting something good, you'll sadly be disappointed. This film offers nothing of note. Camp Nowhere is just a collection of dull ideas, poor performances, and poor direction. The material is mediocre, but the execution feels rushed and poor. There seems not to have been any effort in making a coherent, funny and entertaining comedy. Camp Nowhere feels rushed, and it is a clichd film that just leaves you wanting more out of the film. Like I said, Christopher Lloyd has made better films, and here he's just wasted on an underdeveloped film that is laugh free and has a boring cast of actors. Don't watch this film if you want an entertaining and funny comedy; Camp Nowhere is a mediocre outing that leaves a lot to be desired.
Sorin H (fr) wrote: This can get either 5 or 1 stars. I wonder if it's a movie at all. The scenes are extremely humorous and it took a lot of genius to make them; allusions to Akira Kurosawa; Herbert Wells and Franz Kafka are light and funny. 5 stars for the genius; 1 for the movie!
Bob W (it) wrote: This is Tom Cruise's finest acting performance. No surprise this film is done by Oliver Stone.
othman b (it) wrote: perfect movie action