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Re-evaluation of Sinan Through Huseyin Anka
During the researches of Suha Arin and his team on Sinan the Architect which was intensified in 1988...
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Scott R (gb) wrote: Pretty campy. I found myself making mocking commentary throughout.
Marcus W (us) wrote: Constantly surprising.
Russ B (kr) wrote: 3/5/2017: A good movie and already a classic.
Hilary K (fr) wrote: I always loved this movie
Jake J (de) wrote: You would be hard pressed to find a funnier comedy. Benigni is remakable in his dual roles.
Masae P (fr) wrote: good message to society. crazy people are not that crazy
Michael W (ca) wrote: Police force has been privatized in near-future and crime is down, although system is plagued by rampant corruption. Main event showdown of Carradine and Tessier feels about two decades too late. Flying remote control glove is a head-turner.
Scott C (es) wrote: Perhaps one of the better Police Academy sequels, but that doesn't mean anything. This was a terrible series.
Gavin M (ag) wrote: Good Pacino film but not great. I know Serpico is regarded as one of the all time best movies of Al Pacino's career, but I could never really get into it as much as his other movies like The Godfather Part 1&2 or Heat, but for Pacino fans this is a definite must see as Pacino really gives a solid performance as the real life New York cop Frank Serpico who wouldn't take money no matter what.
Josh F (mx) wrote: Depressingly gritty small town authenticity and the fact Bridges was (albeit boringly) in it are the only reasons this gets any starrage.
Jeremy N (us) wrote: A stylish and violent thriller featuring 3 Bond girls in the cast - Barbara Bouchet, Barbara Bach and Claudine Auger.
Maxwell D (ca) wrote: Wow. This is one mess of a movie. Perhaps I would have been more intrigued by this had I not read the book. Having read the book, this film is a bastard abortion of the novel. Extremely campy and off the wall with a performance from Raquel Welch that does transcend the material. Lots of pop culture references from 1970 and before: My recommendation, proceed with caution.
Tara H (mx) wrote: This recent spin-off got bad reviews, but it's an enjoyable rainy afternoon movie. Yes it's fluffy and inconsequential, but so was the TV series. It was a fair idea to make it a story within a story, and not just a re-run of the ubiquitous sitcom. Nicole Kidman is charming and vulnerable as Samantha/Isobel, her performance owing more to Marilyn Monroe than Elizabeth Montgomery, while Michael Caine, Shirley MacLaine and Steve Carell lend strong comic support.
Spencer S (au) wrote: Personally, I have a soft spot for Robert Downey Jr. films from the 90's, and Cybill Shepherd has always been a favorite of mine. That's the main reason I liked the film. It was zany, romantic, and funny. I'm sure people disagree based on their own agendas or views, but that's how I felt about the film, honestly.