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Kevin R (ca) wrote: Think like a snowman.Two Abominable Snowchildren get too curious during the holiday season and head into a village despite their father's rules. The children initially pretend to be dogs, but a local scientist tracks them down putting their lives at risk. A family takes them in and tries to hide them as long as they can until they can figure out to what to do."I make a point not to run so it better be important."Chad Van De Keere, director of the television series of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1001 Nights, Planet Sheen, and Being Ian, delivers Abominable Christmas in a made for TV movie. The storyline for this is just okay but fun and my daughter loved it. The animation is not elite but still very good. The voices are also pretty good and include Ray Liotta, Emelio Estevez, Matthew Lilliard, Drake Bell, and Nolan Gould."I don't want you to be scared. I want you to be safe."My daughter received this from my grandmother, my daughter's great grandmother, for Christmas. We watched it together and she loved it. We enjoyed it together when she insisted on watching it. This is far from a classic but worth a viewing. "I just don't want you to end up in a cage."Grade: C
Derek W (it) wrote: Featuring an emotional and somber performance from Winstead, and an equally poignant performance from Paul, Smashed utilizes its strong screenplay and direction to put you in the shoes of two addicts trying to better themselves.
Nancy A (nl) wrote: Absolutely beautiful movie. I happened upon this movie on a Sunday morning and in very few minutes couldn't turn it off. It is so much more than the description. Beautiful and moving.
Joseph A (au) wrote: Nowhere near as good as the show, but if you were a fan, it's worth a watch.
Lovro H (br) wrote: I haven't yet seen the original, but as soon as I get a chance, I'm gonna see it! I'm sure it's gonna be better than this! But, this wasn't such a bad movie like everyone seems to think. It has a good story and a few good plot twists which make the movie interesting and intense to watch. I personally loved the character of Keith Jennings. As a horror movie, it delivers and I think horror fans should see it. Others might not enjoy it as much as fans, but it's an ok movie and has a quite evil feeling to it.
David S (de) wrote: A gentle film that has it's innocent beauty. Nothing exceptional in this movie but it's not too bad
Dylan G (ru) wrote: Not as good or entertaining as the 1st two films, but Bruce Willis still successfully gives us the good action in this installment! A-
gary t (de) wrote: DREADFUL.....AWFUL....RUBBISH....DEPRESSING.....MAN THIS MOVIE IS SO SO SO BAD ITS JUST A COMPLETLEY DREADFUL MOVIE ITS SO SO SO SO BAD ITS JUST A COMPLETLEY DREADFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH ITS SO AWFUL THIS IS SUCH A COMPLETLEY DREADFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH ITS SO SO SO SO BAD IT IS ABSOLUTLEY RUBBISH THIS MOVIE IS SO DREADFUL ITS SUCH A REALLY REALLY REALLY COMPLETLEY DREADFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH ITS SUCH A BAD MOVIE 2 WATCH IT IS SUCH A REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY BAD MOVIE 2 WATCH,.... THIS IS SUCH A COMPLETLEY DREADFUL SEQUEL MOVIE 2 WATCH THE 1ST MOVIE WAS ABSOLUTLEY DREADFUL AS WELL THESE MOVIES ARE BOTH SO SO SO DREADFUL AVOID AT ALL COSTS THERE DREADFUL....
Zoran S (es) wrote: Very peculiar adaptation of Nabokov??s novel which you would think is impossible to film. Yet, Fassbinder and Tom Stoppard (who wrote the screenplay) do a compelling job. I mean the whole false doubles idea doesn??t work on screen as it does in the novel, but it otherwise seems faithful to the spirit of the novel. Also, I enjoyed the irony that the copy I got had imprinted Serbian sub-titles. That somehow added to it
Sara C (ca) wrote: Pretty cheesy for today's audience, but okay, slow in parts.
Matthew K (de) wrote: Must...see.....bad ass movie.
Jack M (nl) wrote: Lost in Translation is a lovely, moody, melancholy film, with a wonderful downbeat score to enhance the atmosphere. It also features possibly the best and most reserved Bill Murray performance ever. Murray's subtlety fits the equal subtlety of the film's moments of humour and emotion. This film is more about the raw feelings and the pathos that it manages to evoke through its wonderful visuals, score, and performances than it is about a complex plot.This tale is about culture shock, with Murray playing an unhappily married, ageing Hollywood star called Bob Harris, in Tokyo to film a lucrative whisky commercial. He wants an escape from the intensity and alien nature of his newfound environment - the culture shock and Murray's deadpan acting are where the humour comes from - and a temporary escape from his passionless marriage. He finds this through an unlikely source, Charlotte, a young newlywed seemingly regretting her marriage. The two strike up a friendship, one which blossoms in a nuanced manner, with little dialogue, but an unspoken connection.Do they love each other, or are they just using one another as an excuse to momentarily escape the reality of their lives? This is what makes their dynamic so interesting, as we can never truly pin down the nature of their relationship. The famous ending, in which Bob whispers inaudible words to Charlotte, emphasises the mysterious and ambiguous nature of their bond. The title 'Lost in Translation' refers to both the differing cultural landscape and the lack of clarity in their relationship.Equally emotive and funny, and with revelatory performances from two of Hollywood's most loved stars, this is a film that proves that Sofia Coppola is not just a relative of her father, Francis, but a director with her own staggering artistic vision, capable of creating her own brand of beautiful cinema. What we have here is something truly unique and touching.