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David G (jp) wrote: I thought this movie was great. Anyone who is a fan of Curb can definitely see that the apple didn't fall far from the tree. It's not a 10/10 but it is a a solid 8....or 4 stars...whatever it is you're into...
Carla P (ag) wrote: French, period!!! Need I say more? Way better that the Coppola flop!
pieceofapule (au) wrote: Best Christmas movie ever.
Princess A (de) wrote: I loved ittso natural n pure actingg :)
Sydney P (us) wrote: homage to Ozu on the centenary of his birth, Hou Hsiao-hsien and his lifelong crew such as Chu Tien-wen and Lee Pin-bing are nothing but top-notch here in this movie, especially in comparison to the immediate former and later MILLENNIUM MAMBO (2001), THREE TIMES (2005) and FLIGHT OF THE RED BALLOON (2007), minimal plot and camera movement as usual but tender soothing interpersonal relationship with maximum lingering impacts, to many Hou's movies may seem a bit too slow-paced, but for this we must thank Golden Scene once again for bringing this and other similar movies to the commercial big screen in Hong Kong (currently re-featuring more than 30 movies as the GOLDEN SCENE 10TH ANNIVERSARY RETROSPECTIVE at the Grand), stay for the credits for Yo Hitoto has a nice voice to wrap up the movie (29/12/2008)
Richard R (gb) wrote: More humour but toned down gore - this was actually a better entry into the series than the second film and with some powerful villains thrown into the mix.
Bella D (ru) wrote: This is an AMAZING film!! Definitely puts your life in perspective when you think how small your personal wars & vendetta's are when you compare it to your neighboring countries... it pales in comparison. We have it easy in this commercial world we live in! This movie moved me in ways I never thought possible; it opened my mind & heart to those who live a life without freedom. It makes me sad to know there are limits you could never escape living in a world where it seems impossible to grow.
JeanPhilippe C (es) wrote: Un de mes films preferes. Un petit miracle.
Peter B (it) wrote: Not bad, but lots of untapped potential. Might deserve a retelling, but then again, I wasn't there - maybe not.
Tim S (fr) wrote: Old film? I don't think so!
Grant H (mx) wrote: Ok movie. While it is a decent exercise in private eye noir, the problem with Broken City is it's clich (C)ed, the script is pretty trashy, and the performances are so-so, Wahlberg being the best of them.
Hunter W (it) wrote: Christopher Nolan concludes his Dark Knight Trilogy with a scope and a breadth rarely seen in blockbusters. Though the films reach excedes its grasp at times, the ambition, emotion, and visual splendor is more than enough to send the caped crusader out on a suitably epic high note.