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Dhaval P (br) wrote: Its a good film, you can watch it seriously. But be prepared to take it lightly.. ;-)I wish it was shorter. #Nautankisaala
Albert E (nl) wrote: This was a very thought provoking film. It has helped me to better understand the way in which people always find something to believe in, even when the thing that they are believing is admittedly false.
Perrine B (de) wrote: Quelle plong (C)e par rapport au premier volet! On a ici perdu la touche originale et l'influence de la BD pour faire face de nombreux clich (C)s de film d'action et pour n'emprunter que qqs d (C)tails de la BD (un complot contre W, la Birmanie, Simon -qui n'a pas la mme historique avec Largo que le livre). Qqs scnes sont mme franchement mivres et mauvaises, voire copi (C)es sur des s (C)ries B ( celle o Sharon Stone se fait poignarder, du grand n'importe quoi; la balade en barque avec le petit qui montre du doigt le paysage, vomir! ...). Heureusement le reste est un bon divertissement rempli ras bord d'action. C'est quand mme pour cela qu'on va voir ce genre de film. On remercie les personnages de Simon et de Gauthier qui donnent le petit ct (C) d (C)cal (C) par rapport au s (C)rieux dans lequel est plong (C) Largo. PS: pfff cette base de film americaine qui n'a meme pas le poster du film...
Aleks O (de) wrote: I didn't really expect much but it really wasn't bad for a straight to video horror flick.... bad acting, good makeup... not bad overall though.
Walker P (nl) wrote: it was a satisfying movie.
Heather A (us) wrote: I don't think I've seen this, but I'm sure it's delightful.
Shawn H (it) wrote: Worth watching just to hear the caretakers comments.
Jeremiah L (kr) wrote: I liked a couple of scenes but overall it's an incoherent mess and I spent most of the movie trying to figure out what was going on.
Louis K (jp) wrote: Hilarious saturday matinee movie sequel.
Scott B (kr) wrote: 007 and a disco soundtrack, what's not to love!
Dann M (ca) wrote: A smart and well-crafted military drama, Taps is a daring and controversial film. When a group of cadets at a military academy barricade themselves inside their citadel a standoff with the local law enforcement and National Guard ensues. The cast includes Timothy Hutton, Tom Cruise, Sean Penn, and George C. Scott; who all deliver excellent performances. The writing is also quite strong, and does a great job at showing the internal struggle that the cadets go through in questioning their cause and what they've been taught to believe in. The film also explores some provocative themes such as the Military-Industrial Complex and America's attitudes toward the military in the post-Vietnam era. Taps is compelling and incredibly powerful.