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Tim B (ca) wrote: Kind of disappointed in this one! Thought is was going to be kind of a troma style gross fest. But was a lot of wanna be tarantino dialogue and poorly made death scenes. Had to watch it! It was called Tick-Off Trannies With Knives! Lol
David P (it) wrote: A Brazilian "The Departed!" So good!!
Mark H (ag) wrote: Interesting documentary about the design and theory behind many of the items, both simple and advanced, that we use regularly. Not particularly engaging at any point, but a thought provoking film.
Augustine H (ag) wrote: A big disappointment from Coppola. He is too ambitious to mix all the philosophical views together which makes the story tedious, chaotic and even unbearable. A dreadful experience.
Cee C (mx) wrote: very moving and gripping!
Christopher B (it) wrote: This was ok. Some comedic value.
Bruce D (de) wrote: Just wonderful! Smart intelligent clever filming techs and self searching morality for the viewer. Hollywood take note how to make a movie with soul
Geoffrey H (au) wrote: Watch this as a partner to "Munich"- (Spielberg )- and you get a pretty full picture of the whole story - This Pic has a pretty dame fine soundtrack though - some early 70s classics
Alec B (es) wrote: The characters are forgettable and the fact that Tom and Jerry can speak was not the best move, but the film is still an enjoyable experience with the same slapstick that the TV series is known for.
April C (ca) wrote: What can i say i love Divine!
Steven C (au) wrote: Steven Soderbergh's "Full Frontal" is insanely misunderstood. It's deliberately confusing and unapologetically experimental. They experiment with narrative, cinematography, acting and dialogue and editing. This is Soderbergh's send up to pretentious Hollywood. I really don't see how that couldn't be any clearer with it's purposefully messy cinematography, reality questioning film within a film plot and it's "Hitler" character. The movie is full of zany, truthful characters (especially Catherine Keener and David Hyde Pierce) and juicy, wacky monologues (Keener scores here again). It's a sort of post-modernist take on Robert Altman. I thought it was a lot of fun but I can certainly understand the universal hate, though it's not called for.