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Jordan W (br) wrote: Chadwick Bosemen does a great job portraying James Brown.
Carlos M (us) wrote: It has an intriguing idea but the plot lacks so much information regarding the backstory and mechanics of its universe that it becomes incoherent, implausible and utterly stupid, with plot holes, pretentious dialogue and muddled motivations - especially from Murphy's character.
MacKenie R (fr) wrote: Pretty interesting plot- maybe not the best movie I've ever seen, but kept me enthralled. Chris Evans performance was well-done.
Girish B (ca) wrote: NATURAL SCREENPLAY AND STORY...PRAKASH RAJ....NO WORDS TO MENTION HIS ACTING ABILITIES..CAN'T BELIEVE PRIYADARSHAN HAS PROVED HIS VERSATILITY FROM COMEDY TO MEANINGFUL MOVIE ..GOOD MOVIE TO DESERVE A AWARD.
Karsh D (mx) wrote: God fearing man takes a troubled girl under his care to cure her of her problems with his unusual methods.
Mike M (jp) wrote: Content to shuffle along in gentle, cosy, retrograde fashion until Plowright takes the tumble down the stairs that brings what plot there is to a head. The Taylor of "Angel" would surely have been much less indulgent or generous towards the eccentricities of the Claremont residents, but director Ireland and writer Ruth Sacks, operating with one foot firmly in the past, have reshaped the material into a two-hour plea to help the aged. They're blessed in this respect by a cast of rarely seen yet characterful veterans (Massey, Hale, Martin), hindered by the lowest possible budget a producer might raise for a literary adaptation. It nonetheless exudes a dotty, offbeam charm: I suspect grandparents everywhere, starved as they are for mature protagonists for which to cheer, might very well lap it up.
Kathleen W (ru) wrote: Clumsy but consistently surprising, low budget aspect paid off in this instance to make the drama feel way more real. Nice style too. Basically it'll pleasantly surprise you but to be honest that's because you already had low expectations.
David M (br) wrote: A scary true to life story of the most dangerous neighborhood in the world in Rio de Janeiro. City of God is almost unrelentingly bleak in its depiction of the violence inherent to the populations that live destitute in these neighborhoods. The film is only bearable because the episodic nature of the story keeps you from getting to attached to character so that when something terrible happens to them you function more as witness than directly linked to a protagonist. There are enough glimmers of humanity to keep it from being oppressive, and light enough on its feet thanks to some Guy Ritchie level manicness from Fernando Meirelles. A tough watch, but definitely recommended.
Ian Y (de) wrote: Visually stimulating. Sometimes in a Barbarella sort of way.
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eleni k (de) wrote: Best movie of all time! The story was amazing and hands down my favorite movie! I could watch this movie multiple times and not get bored.
Richard S (it) wrote: Good story-very good performance by James Woods.
Madeline M (kr) wrote: WWI satire is as old as the war itself (or nearly), and this one works unusually well (*coughSiegfriedSassooncough*). It gets less Obvious as the movie progresses, which helps. The highlight for me was Maggie Smith's music hall performance.
Robert B (de) wrote: Henry Hathaway proves that film noir could be done successfully in color.