Platypus: World's Strangest Animal

Platypus: World's Strangest Animal

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  • Country:USA
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  • Writer:Jonathan Holmes

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Brandon W (ca) wrote: This is going to be a hard review to conduct because I do not have quite a lot of experience reviewing documentaries, so bear with me. With the current presidential election going on between Clinton and Trump, I decided to give "Mitt" a shot. Now I haven't been active in politics for very long. Only since the most recent Canadian election did I start to take an interest in politics. So I did not watch any of the race for president in 2012. What I can say is that Mitt Romney, just based on this film alone, might have received my vote if I were an American voting in that election. I know I haven't carefully looked at both parties but what this film shows is a man who is determined and has a great love for the United States. I like seeing a president act around his family and friends without any of the major cameras on him. He complains about John McCain and the debate structure, he complains how the media takes what he says and reports it out of context. He seems like a human being. Not some perfectly groomed television prop. Overall, if you are interested in American politics and don't mind a documentary style story, then give this one a shot. You may see the side to a presidential candidate you've never seen before.

Grant H (ca) wrote: Horrible movie. The plot starts off intriguing, but quickly becomes a horribly paced, incredibly slow, overly cheesy, and horribly written sci-fi pic. After an initially good idea, it quickly resolves into horrible ideas that are so far out of the park that, even though they're simple, they're incredibly stupid. The performances are terrible as well, all of the actors over-doing it to make up for the bad script.

Leo K (mx) wrote: Absolutely beautiful. There is nothing wrong about this movie at all, the perfect american-theatre WW2 movie with no over-the-top heroic bullshit.Must have watched at least 4-5 times.

Robyn (fr) wrote: Chevy Chase plays Norman Robberson, a mild mannered, clumsy father of three living in a suburban neighborhood. Norman brings home a veteran cop, Jake Stone (Jack Palance), and his young assistant, Tony,they want to use the Robbersons home as a stakeout to spy on a mobster hiding out next door. Norman's wife Helen (Dianne Wiest) reluctantly agrees to go along, and the kids see it as a grand adventure~!!!

Art S (ca) wrote: Seeing this after Satantango is like reading Bela Tarr Cliff Notes. His style is there -- beautiful black and white images of rain, mud, downtrodden people and the slowest prowling camera you have ever seen, moving through and along walls and right up against people -- but the plot is minimal. Whereas in Satantango I felt a continual sense of huh?, here the film noir trappings leave little room for interpretation/confusion. Still, these long held images challenge you not to drift away or into them.

pat g (ag) wrote: as comedies go -- not bad----as a western -- awful

michael w (gb) wrote: Sometimes Jerry Lewis is too much. But this movie is pretty good.

Tony L (ca) wrote: I thought this this was more about the subtle differences between two culture's influence on a biracial child and their fight to prove the better fit. It is not. It is about a grandfather dealing with the loss of two women in his life and forgiveness. Decent, but not that original.

Aj V (it) wrote: This movie is incredibly bad, I really do not recommend watching this one. The story is silly, I mean Santa lives in space and the devil is trying to stop him from bringing toys to kids by making them behave bad? That's crazy.

DG j (kr) wrote: In the countdown to a national step-off, rivalries at Truth University run red hot. The Theta Nus are counting on new pledge Chance Harris (Collins Pennie) to lead the team to victory. But he's too caught up in his own problems to focus. At odds with his father, caught up in romantic troubles and targeted by a street gang for an unpaid debt, Chance must decide what is truly important and make the choices that will shape his life.