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Anna K (de) wrote: The movie is awesome! Acting style pofessional, touching, gripping. It can even change the way you see the world, your life. Define it once again. Rachel was a heroine and her story must be known to people.
Hina P (kr) wrote: awesome movie.. flawless.. absolutely adorable star cast... and lovable storyline.. funny, emotional and full on entertaining.. "BOLE TO PAISAA VASOOL HAI BHAI..."
Diego Martn (kr) wrote: Muy buena,muy entretenida,recomendable7/10
Rob L (ru) wrote: Has it's moments, but a horror movie needs to be better for me to enjoy it. Nothing original here and the AfterDark Horrofest put out a lot of awful movies.
Scott R (br) wrote: Compelling story. A little depressing, but I think the wine complexity parts helped. There was also some comic relief and the writing was good.
Greg R (br) wrote: Ugh, being a fan of the first film, this half-baked sequel hurts
Belal S (ag) wrote: funny light movie, Really laughed from the bottom of my brains
Brad W (de) wrote: Interesting satire on the health craze.
Allan C (kr) wrote: Entertaining though forgettable western comedy. Like horror and comedy, I'm of the opinion that westerns and comedies generally don't mix very well, for whatever reason. For both horror/comedy and western/comedy, the list of films that actually work is pretty short. "Maverick" does work, but only as a film that's only memorable for it's star studded cast. Mel Gibson plays the charming gambler/gunslinger character made famous by James Garner, who plays the third wheel in the film, along with Jodie Foster as something of a con woman (who's good, though I think miscast). All three are on their way to a riverboat gambling contest, all the while with the villainous Alfred Molina hot on their heels. But like I said, it's not often you get a western with a blockbuster level of budget and a sprawling cast (which here includes many western veterans and character actors Graham Greene, James Coburn, Dub Taylor, Geoffrey Lewis, Paul L. Smith, Dan Hedaya, Dennis Fimple, Denver Pyle, Clint Black, Max Perlich, Art laFleur, Doug McClure, Henry Darrow, Michael Paul Chan, , Margot Kidder, Reba McEntire, and my all time favorite character actor, William Smith as a Riverboat Gambler. There's also director Richard Donner alumni from "Lethal Weapon" alumni Danny Glover making a funny cameo and Corey Feldman in a cameo, who was Mouth in Donner's classic film "The Goonies." The film was written by William Goldman, based upon the Roy Huggins TV series. But like I said earlier, the film is entertaining, but it's nothing you'll particularly remember or feel compelled to revisit.
Charles P (br) wrote: The characters are given more depth than your typical action movie and some of the sequences are just breath-taking, but this cops-and-surfers movie is bloated and flawed with repetition when it should be tight and fast.
Marc R (ag) wrote: A showcase for Ozu's unique, retrained and subtle style as well as for his beautiful and delicate handling and depiction of regular people going through considerable emotional struggle. He doesn't go for easy sentiment or drama. Ozu never asks for theatrics. The actors are understated in their acting. Emotions are often implicit rather than explicit, and one can tell that the happiness or calm the two lead actors show is merely a facade, making the moments when that facade does break all the more heartbreaking. This is a sad film
Eliabeth C (fr) wrote: I gave this one star because my 3 yea old actually watched it all the way through, and half a star for the voice "talent" behind the characters. The actor's who provide their voices could have been amazing but the writing and direction led to mediocre performances. While he watched it he didn't laugh once. It's not very funny, and it's not very creative. However, it didn't make me want to beat my head into a wall either. It's not memorable as a good or as a bad movie. It's very blah.