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Dylan B (kr) wrote: Excellent, but I wanted to know how Madoff started the Ponzi scheme, archive interviews with Madoff and the big names that were involved and lost millions.
Paul B (kr) wrote: David Oyelowo nailed it!
JamesMasaki R (br) wrote: An indispensable documentary about a group of homeless living around the underground train tunnels of New York City in the late 90's, and how seemingly fine their lives were. They had electricity, homes, privacy, but that is until Amtrak tried to kick them out. Filmmaker Marc Singer was a novice, with no experience with a camera or directing, but with the help of his homeless friends, was able to make this documentary tracing this small group of rejected people from the darkness into the light.
Andrea S (us) wrote: Not a great movie but a nice-to-see. Some scenes are thrilling and the ending was unexpected... to me.
Peter W (gb) wrote: Great picture, poor ending
Jeremiah L (ca) wrote: A nice start for Kusturica but I enjoyed his other films more. Very few films are better than Black Cat, White Cat.
Violet W (ru) wrote: Hell ya. This movie rules. I discovered it. Jump on the Leonora Train.
Brent B (kr) wrote: This is a movie I saw in the 70s, as a youngster, on Friday night Chiller Theater. It has a great story that has always stuck with me since I was a kid. It is based on the classic Edgar Allan Poe work called Danse Macabre. The movie is in black and white and is French with English overdubs. Still, highly recommended for die hard horror fans.
Muhammed S (ru) wrote: This clown makes me mad! Plus he maybe the most misogynist clown around! Low budget, gory but not high on acting or ingenuity. An almost average slasher movie.
Marcella C (us) wrote: One of my favorites!
Knox M (gb) wrote: This is the most genuinely absurd and dreadful adaptation of a game I've seen. Only worth seeing just to say "I've seen the Mario movie."