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Philip K (de) wrote: A cracking feel good movie. Conceived, no doubt, as 2014's version of Momma Mia this summer movie lifts the spirits and refreshes the eyes. Whilst the music takes you back to the 80's supported by some great costumes, it has just the right amount of smultz. A worthy successor to that Abba-fest!
Jim G (jp) wrote: Could not get through ten minutes of this drivel.
Lori D (ru) wrote: Wrong Vacation!!!! WTF?
Sam R (gb) wrote: While not the greatest Bond spoof, Johnny English has enough witty lines and dramatic moments to make it memorable, as well as some very nice stunts.
Justin B (ag) wrote: Crappy sequel to a surprisingly good monster movie. There are definitely some interesting elements and it has its 90's low budget charms but it's not worth watching.
Brandon S (br) wrote: At first I thought this was just going to be another cheap rip-off of Dead Poet's Soceity but it turned out to be much more than that. The writing is natural and convincing and the performances support it magnificently. Brendan Frasier and Matt Damon have amazing chemistry on-screen, it practically hurls the viewer into this private world of hate and humiliation. A magnificent achievement.
Tomek S (ca) wrote: noticeably, Kieslowski takes a political stand, yet, obviously the psychological life of individuals is as crucial as always.
Kevin L (us) wrote: I understood the premise of the movie. I think I was looking more for A Beautiful Mind type movie. This movie would bring more emotional engagement with someone who has a loved one with Autism. I couldn't fully engage but tried to understand the best that I could, realizing the accomplishments of the characters involve but not fully moved. It wasn't a bad movie and maybe I'm becoming too Americanized in my movie watching. It was a mad for me but maybe not for you.