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Portrait of Jennie torrent reviews
Ellie L (kr) wrote: subtitlea weren't showing but still understood enough to get the point.
Juan M (us) wrote: this was nothing but nonsense crap.
sitenoise (ag) wrote: Parts of this film are really bad, like filming a bunch of tourists on a small boat singing "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean", the whole damn song, but the subject matter trumps every bad directorial choice and this film will touch your heart. It's a sad story, and does, to be fair, have more good directorial choices than bad ones. The family is presented with grace and has a surprisingly universal appeal that reaches far beyond its own culture.
emily r (de) wrote: I love the bring it on films :)
Jc E (ca) wrote: Sweet nostalgia of the late 70s, early 80s hits us when we see actors spotting lovable long or afro hairstyle while Will Ferrell croons sexy disco songs 'Bee Gees' style. Will Ferrel and his basket ball team danced while wearing childish costumes to entertain the spectators pre-game. With the ever lovable Will Ferrel wrestling with a real brown bear, and a story of underdogs basket ball team rising to the challenge, this is quite an entertaining comedy.
kyo 9 (kr) wrote: what?? is this based on true story??
Mike B (ca) wrote: Why was this made? It can't touch the original, and covers the same old ground without justifying its existence. It is there, that's about it. Watch the original for a very different experience.
Greg W (fr) wrote: good WWII chronicle gr8 music by django reinhardt
Michael G (de) wrote: The Gorgon is a fun but not phenomenal Hammer movie. Directed by Hammer master Terence Fisher, The Gorgon can boast everything from gothic settings to the pairing of Peter Cushing (sporting some surly facial hair) and an unruly and bad-ass Christopher Lee. The way the actual gorgon is set up is really nothing more than a female werewolf that turns people to stone with her gaze as opposed to tearing them limb from limb with bestial tendencies. Once the actual creature is shown she's actually damn creepy (probably laughable by today's standards), but paired with Fisher's atmospheric tone for the movie it all makes for a good time.
Barnaby G (us) wrote: Think I remember enjoying this but it is is totally immemorable.
David B (gb) wrote: Quirky, beautifully shot, iridescent, delightful, charming. A wonderful film. Every shot is stunningly composed.
Danielle F (jp) wrote: I once got compared to Emily Loyd in that movie. So I went to watch it. It was the best compliment ever. Absolutely charming movie!