Paul Mooney: A Piece of My Mind - Godbless America
Stand-up comedy concert film about modern America by comedian Paul Mooney.
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Matthew W (us) wrote: A witty, charming little English film with a brilliant cast headed by Michael Palin with Maggie Smith and Denholm Elliot. Yet despite this, it never seems to get out of second gear, which is a shame. The conclusion is rather predictable, yet oddly less satisfying than it should be.
Clayton F (ca) wrote: A fast moving this movie. I would not say it was a great movie, but it never let up. alot of plot holes, which with the 90 min run time you would expect but not want. Basic premise. Teenage Red Headed twins battle "forces"' from beneath (under) Auckland's volcanoes (mountain) cleaver title huh? not sure if this is really a kids moive, but what do I know about kids. can two rocks and twins save the world. well since they are the stars of the movie, i will leave that answer up to you to figure out. so if you are bored check it out.
Private U (gb) wrote: I could never think that a moral story could be humorous too. The movie is full of comedy from beginning to end, although giving lessons at every second. Music is fine. I can watch it again & again. It has recalled GANDHI JI back.
Yinal R (es) wrote: Very cool movie, made me laugh alot!
Julien E (gb) wrote: Vraiment, mais vraiment mauvais. Je ne peux pas croire que j'aille regard a jusqu' la fin!
Samitha J (kr) wrote: "Hate is baggage. Life's too short to be pissed off all the time. It's just not worth it"Powerful movie.
Travis J (kr) wrote: Die Hard With A Vengeance is the film that I think best represents the franchise as a whole, which is ironic considered it is largely forgotten by many. It may not be a perfect film like the original, or a disaster like the last one, but it features all of the elements that made the first one great, but also some of the problems that would go on to plague later installments. If I were to compare it to its conterparts, I would say it's not as good as Die Hard, but better than Live Free Or Die Hard, and much better than it's predecessor, Die Hard 2, which may be one of the most overrated sequels of all time. My favorite aspect of Die Hard With A Vengeance is the aspect of Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson teaming up, and the concept works even better than I thought it would, and while not being as iconic as Hans Gruber, Jeremy Iron's villain is just as much fun, and when it comes to Die Hard, that is what matters most. Does the film provide the viewer with a fun experience? The answer is yes, and that is why I recommend Die Hard With A Vengeance.
Andrew M (de) wrote: When done right, movies that focus on the behind-the-scenes elements of sports are as compelling as the ones that focus directly on the sports themselves. With the latter finding it progressively harder and harder to tell stories without resorting to tired and familiar tropes of the genre, the former allows for more kinds of stories to be told.But, sadly, Draft Day, for the most part, is not done right. Despite being based on a number one Blacklist script, the film overall just feels unremarkable and wooden. The technical dialogue used prominently here isn't particularly accessible to anyone outside of die hard football fans, and lacks the punchiness of something like Aaron Sorkin's Moneyball screenplay. Even as a whole, there's something about the movie that feels kind of lifeless. Emotional scenes don't have the impact they should, character relationships have nothing to make us care about, and tense scenes lack gravitas. Kevin Costner is trying his hardest here in the lead role, but he fails to bring significant amounts of emotion to the scenes that necessitate them. Director Ivan Reitman also tries to infuse some flair into the film's presentation, and for a while it's interesting for a while, the lack of any distinguishing directorial choices outside of split screen conversations becomes more of a distraction than an effective stylistic choice. This constant recurrence truly sums up Draft Day as a whole: a valiant effort, but lacking in the impact that has made other films of this kind work so effectively.
Colton C (kr) wrote: Just wait for the end.