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Rangan R (gb) wrote: New school, new beginning and a new set of rules to adapt. What bad could happen.Not good as I expected, either not bad as what the majority those who saw it says. The film was based on the book of the same name and the first one of I think in the nine book series. It tells the story of a middle school boy who transferred to a new school. Having no friends, straight he falls prey to a bully. Beyond that, the principal turns his life in the campus even harder with all his strict rules. His real adventure begins when he starts to break every rule and bring chaos, as well as joys in his schoolmates. From this, how the remaining story shapes are told with a twist.There are similarities with this and many other films, particularly 'Wimpy Kid...'. Those interfering animations resemble that film. It's like a normal protocol in these days children film, so no complaint on that. But I'm very impressed with the quality. This film was too childish. I mean there's nothing wrong for the kids watching it, they will enjoy it. But for the adults, who had seen lots of middle school themed films of the 80s and the 90s, so it might look an average one. A good film for families with young kids. I particularly suggest to the such category audience.The twist was unexpected. It was easy, but I did not go deep to predict that. I think most of you all too fail to see it coming. Particularly in a film like this who would think of it. That was not enough for me to like the overall film. It is entertaining in parts, but an average film from the inside and outside. Even though I hope they would turn the remaining books as well into the films. All these words I wrote in this review because of I'm being a non- target-audience. So if you are a kid or kid's film fan, ignore my saying and watch the film.6/10
Pablo B (kr) wrote: la compre con 0 fe, juraba que iba ser fome y mala, pero na que ver! era terrible buena la pelicula xD esta super bien hecha y Marko Zaror es terrible seco! Tiene una trama sencilla, y no es ridicula pa na, de hecho pal protagonista es como bastante tragica.
Hani H (ru) wrote: really boring, extremely boring and the story is sensless. it starts from nowhere and ends in nowhere. just a big flop for Charlize Theron.
Frederick v (nl) wrote: Um engenheiro inventa uma mquina magnfica, mas tem sua memria apagada e apenas algums objetos podem salv-lo. A trama at interessante, mas acaba no chavo de perseguio e bangue bangue americano. Uma frase legal do filme que se voc sabe o futuro, no tem futuro, perde a esperana.
Muffin M (us) wrote: Cherry Falls is a quiet town until a serial killer begins preying on high school students. After the third teen murder, the killer's pattern emerges: the victims were all virgins. The Sheriff, concerned for the teenagers in general, but more importantly, his own daughter Jody, calls a town meeting which deteriorates into chaos. Once the students realise that to save their skins, they're going to have to lose their virginity, a meet-and-mate bash is planned. Jody, still a virgin, finds herself at the centre of the mystery and mayhem. As the student's "Pop Your Cherry" party gets going, Jody takes matters into her own hands... in more ways than one! stars Brittany Murphy, Michael Biehn, Jay Mohr, Gabriel Mann, Joe Inscoe, Natalie Ramsey, Candy Clark, Amanda Anka and Clementine Ford. directed by Geoffrey Wright.
Bengel W (mx) wrote: Realistic filming encourages the viewer to watch every frame carefully as they are rich and full. Actors are brash yet sensitive to their parts adding an undercurrent of comedy that takes one by surprise. Music is trendy and adds to the flavor of the composition with words that mean lots. Love gently opens as a rose, will it have thorns. Nibbles: Chips and egg.
Jack G (ru) wrote: Jade is the kind of cinema where the director who has some genuine talent and vision, if not consistently then strong when the iron hits, has to try and make something out of hackwork. Joe Esztherhas may have been well paid during his time in the limelight of the early-mid 90's and had some successes as a writer, but for all of his erotically-charged bizarre flourishes, there was always the air of hackwork in his script, but here the hack comes to roost. This has scintillating plot details and twists - especially, and ludicrously, in the final fifteen minutes where it piles up to ludicrous heights - and not really much soul at all. Oh sure, there are characters, and they want things and feel betrayals and go about the motions of the script, and there's some dirty sex here and there (mostly caught on grainy voyeuristic radio), but I don't know if I really gave a dam about most of the main characters. The actors are probably trying to, especially David Caruso as he mostly tries to underplay what could have been scenery-chewing times for another actor. But they also are kind of prisoners of a screenplay that is just... I don't know, except that while some of the dialog isn't terrible, some of it is. Some of it made me cringe, and some of it had me laughing. So why the high rating? Why recommend it even partially? Because Friedkin is still at the helm, and he has fun here. And in ways I wasn't quite expecting. Sometimes he'll just mess with the actors on set - there's a cat that appears in the hallway of where the cops walk around, and I can be pretty sure that wasn't a detail outlined in the script (and it's a fine detail to throw in there). And there is a car chase - roll eyes, again, from Friedkin, can't he do that in his sleep - and it's STILL unique to his world. This time he has some kind of perverse enjoyment with a) having just over-the-top car stunts as cars fly through the air practically on San Fransisco streets, and then going 2 miles an hour in a Chinatown parade where the bcitizens attack both the predator and prey!What happens then in this story of backstabbing and murder and "deviant" sex and politics and so on, real pulpy - nay, just pot-boiler material - is that the simple style of it, how the direction is oddly elegant and experimental in some small ways, makes what is otherwise crap watchable. Maybe I'll even revisit it at 3 in the morning on cable.
Philip L (us) wrote: A man is let out of a mental hospital only to hold a young woman, her boyfriend and mother hostage in a secluded farmhouse. Doesn't sound very original. Except for the fact that said maniac wears metal dentures and....clucks like a chicken?? Luther The Geek is a very odd and intresting take on the slasher genre. If you could even call it a slasher flick. Bizarre film that the only reason one would like it is because it's so bizarre. Not for eveyone, but I must insist you stick around for the ending. It's a weird one.
Austin C (jp) wrote: Funny, well-scripted and well-directed by young Robert Zemeckis for a low budget. Kurt Russell and Jack Warden are hilarious! A cult classic in the making for sure!
Jennifer B (it) wrote: Oscar win best actress Glenda Jackson
Pierluigi P (es) wrote: Inspired by French nouvelle vague and Italian neorealism, Gutierrez Alea tells a picaresque and penetrating character study of a Cuban bourgeois trying to find his identity among the people living in the recently established socialist regime of Fidel Castro. A look on the underdeveloped Latin America that is deep down inside quite bitter, corrosive and deprived of hope.
Martha M (de) wrote: What an original way to put a movie.
Andrew I (mx) wrote: This seemed to me to be like Kurosawa's precursor to Rocky, only with judo (and a bit of strangling thrown in for good measure). The version I watched had a terrible translation for the subtitling which I guess must've added to the confusion of an already-incoherent film and maybe even mistranslated judo for karate!? Anyway some of the fight sequences were ok - even though some of the hardnut combatants seemed to flake out after 'handbags at 10 paces' - but generally I found the whole non-fighting subplots a bit of a drag. Rocky wins by a knockout!