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Wrik S (kr) wrote: Is crap and pervertion all they have in such societies?? cant they have some sensible people amongst them??- this is what my review of the movie was.... i wish i could say more, but other than being sarcastic i cannot do anything more...
Simon C (jp) wrote: The French 'Big Chill'. Quite a long rambling movie which should be very enjoyable to watch for young francophones. There are a lot of characters to get to know, which takes patience, but its worth it.
Kevin H (ru) wrote: Wow, this is a one-of-a-kind film to say the least, and that's not necessarily a good thing either. Pterodactyl certainly features some elaborate death scenes and a strange subplot of terrorists on the loose, none of which cohesively comes together to make a good film. Hey, Coolio's in it, how good can it be?
Joe B (kr) wrote: Never watching this again! Too dramatic for no reason at all!
Nick A (br) wrote: Advertised as a romantic comedy, I didn't find it particularly funny, nor very romantic. Most of all, it's not even remotely credible. Baldwin is theoretically a good choice, but doesn't deliver. Fenn doesn't know where to take her character, and that leaves only one good part. You can watch this, and then forget about it.
Cody Y (jp) wrote: Yes! Admitedly my first post-apocalyptic spaghetti molestern. Not only must the "heroes" of this terrible future fight off a futuristic cult bent on destroying the remainder of mankind, but this cult also just happens to be gay rapists! Not much more I can say about this must-see cinematic extravaganza!
Rameshwar I (us) wrote: While the previous edition is also mainstream, this edition is more audience friendly bordering on the action-comedy genre (just shades of contained comedy). The thriller element is more developed and Harry is a known character where the screenplay doesn't need to waste time introducing him again. But right when this one was going to overshadow the original, it fizzles out with its weak climax. While Harry (Clint Eastwood) still goes by his reputation of an unconventional trigger happy cop, a new form of 'terror' engulfs the city where criminals are being put down by a vigilante. Harry is being suppressed by his Lieutenant Briggs (Hal Holbrook) and he is assigned a new partner Early Smith (Felton Perry). When he watches a bunch of talented rookies in the shooting range, it gives him an idea. This is way more suspenseful while the antagonist is mysterious and powerful. Eastwood goes one up from his original performance by bringing in a subtle comic element to his character but at times oversteps on the space reserved for Chuck Norris, take the hijack drama for example. The screenplay is stuffed with twists and turns which makes it breezy and the rest of the characters too put in an apt performance except for Hal Holbrook who resorts to a caricature. Though the climax is quite revealing in the writing perspective, the action sequences and the actual implementation in disclosing the plot is mediocre. There is a small tabla melody introduced for the aforementioned comic subtlety that gels well with the overall background score. A lot more characters are introduced compared to the first edition, his romantic interest comes and leaves without a head and a tail. Goes one up from the original but fizzles out in the climax.
Chris S (gb) wrote: Even with this radically liberal film that can only be described as strange more than anything, I think the filmmaker's not as sexually liberated as he seems to think he is. The sexually liberated woman in the film is beheaded after having a brief sexual encounter with a stranger. I don't know much about its critique of politics but it seems like every sexually liberated woman in Dusan Makavejev's films are either sex maniacs or victims. Hmm, that's what I'd usually call radically conservative.
Greg W (ca) wrote: ok Spaghetti western from Italy.
bill s (gb) wrote: A sticky sweet remake that loses it's soul for the romantic puke afterglow.
Graham B (nl) wrote: The fourth film in the series takes on a rather violent turn on race relations. 20 years after Escape, Zira and Cornelius's prophecies have come true. After a disease wiped out cats and dogs, man took apes on as pets. Pets at first, but after teaching them menial skills they have become mankind's slaves. Caesar arrives into city life with Armando to witness such atrocity and after separating from his friend, becomes part of the slave world, plotting a revolution and rise up ape kind against their oppressors.The story and script are rather compelling, though the black slave comparison is a little ham-fisted at times. The thing that brings this film down is the make-up effects. It seems that each sequel gets cheaper and cheaper. Here gorillas are the same size as chimpanzees and almost everyone bar Caesar is an extra with a Halloween ape mask on. it's quite sloppy. Caesar's fall into dictator complete with maniacal laugh is all over the place too. Most of the film you are on the side of the apes. By the end, your thinking it was a self fulfilling prophecy and the bastard humans may have had a point.
Mark H (de) wrote: Makes you wish you were alive in 1964