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Amy L (es) wrote: my kids&I love this movie
vittorio c (jp) wrote: Fine documentary about a pair of obscure cult film makers is able to capture their love of film making.
Daelen D (nl) wrote: Funny, but no idea why it became the highest grossing comedy in France
Jeff S (gb) wrote: Poor, oddly grim reimagining of the classic book/1971 film
ZeldaGiygasLord 6 (nl) wrote: First of all, this movie makes almost no sense. I've seen it twice and I still have no idea what happened. This movie is more like a hellish, surrealistic nightmare than an actual story. And it that sense, it really works. The acting is terrible and nothing is very clear, but honestly...it's scary. Really, really scary. (Except for this one unintentionally funny part where two jack-o-lantern puppets randomly showed up. No idea what that was about.) The cinematography is beautiful and haunting, and the whole movie is insanely creepy. It's very well-made for having such a low budget. One other complaint - what the heck was up with the opening credits?
Terri H (kr) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
heather h (jp) wrote: go whooppi love this movie
Allan C (fr) wrote: Kind of a 1980s style riff on Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" by director Curtis Hanson and writer David Koepp, both before they became much bigger names in Hollywood. Rob Lowe plays the title bd influence as he begins messing with straight-laced yuppie James Spader's life after Lowe saves Spader from a potential bar brawl. Lowe begins by introducing Spader to some fun low-level bay boy behavior with the ladies, but it quickly goes downhill from there involving sex tapes and armed robberies. Low is passable and it's interesting to see the usually villainous Spader as the meek protagonist. David Duchovny can be briefly glimpsed and Marcia Cross is Spader's girlfriend with amazing 80s hair. There's also Kathleen Wilhoite who I believe I remember seeing selling babies in several TV cop dramas. Overall, it's slickly made but probably not as good as it could have been.
Michael W (jp) wrote: Unfortunate shortcut leads two couples from the suburbs into gangland warfare. Film predates the GPS. While in Chicago, be sure to visit the South Side to catch the White Sox play and stay for the area's welcoming scenery and nightlife.
Brian M (mx) wrote: I thought this was pretty interesting. The fact that it was filmed in Grand Rapids Michigan, made it more interesting, because that is my home town. It was a decent believable story, with some laughs. I likied it.
Margie D (nl) wrote: Like a place I visited in 2016
Paul K (au) wrote: Not Hollywood, but LA anyway, so fairly close. More interesting that Saving Mr Banks, this is slightly weird and while it's been described as a comedy I thought it was anything but. Much better than I expected. Annette Bening is great in this movie. Explores some interesting issues around the nature of love despite its implausible premise. A small role for Robin Williams in one of the last few films he appeared in.