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John M (us) wrote: Simple but Awesome movie. You will never feel tired while watching this movie. And after watching this movie you will want to see it again. After a long time i really enjoyed a movie without a dull moment. Whole the cast was Excellent. Awesome performance by Nivin and Isha. Simple but heart touching music. Excellent dialogues and situation related comedy. A must watch!
Jay H (jp) wrote: For adults fun once or twice, for kids probably limitless.
Bill Z (fr) wrote: British comedic, reminds me Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels.
Anand K (jp) wrote: Yeah teachers can work as strippers in a small town and no one will know about it sure thing
Alden S (de) wrote: 4.5 out of 10:Despite some good action scenes, Tomorrow Never Dies suffers form a bland, rehashed story and a slow pacing.
Erica T (br) wrote: Steaming with heavy passion and taboos.
Jacob S (au) wrote: It wasn't horrible but they showed the killer's face so soon in the movie. I thought it was going to be one of those mysteries that doesn't show the killer's face till the end to keep the viewer guessing. I was wrong.
Steve W (nl) wrote: Woody Allen's debut is a treat. Its a zany and hilarious send-off of heist and crime character documentaries, done in glorious detail with footage of people who were connected with the notorious criminal Virgil Starkwell. He's a bumbling young man with no direction, so he turns to crime and falls in love. The movie does have some gags that simply don't work, but there are lots of side giggling set pieces. My favourite has to be when Virgil robs a bank for the first time. It had me in stitches. Very silly and very well made, Take the Money and Run is one of the better debuts from filmmakers.
Marcus H (kr) wrote: Fritz Lang's masterfully directed 1930s psychological crime thriller was banned before release in it's native Germany because the nazis thought its story of a madman seizing power was a critique of Hitler's rise to power (which it probably was). While the evil genius Dr. Mabuse sits in an insane asylum writing his manifesto, what he writes is happening out in the world. The writing and pacing made this film very engaging. The cinematography was fantastic, offering shots that are still quite powerful and affecting nearly 80 years later.
Joe A (it) wrote: Atmospheric but extremely boring British horror.