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Riff J (it) wrote: Pretty good horror which manages to deliver a few scares as well as keep you guessing throughout. Best of all, it has a great ending which really helps to bookend this tragic tale.
James B (kr) wrote: amazing, just amazing. the history of one of the best sound studios ever, where so many magical bands have put out their best albums. very entertaining, and very informative. it is really cool to see where some of my favorite albums ever were recorded!
Adrian L (us) wrote: Plenty of fight scenes to keep you glued to the film from start to end and that's about all.
Adam R (ru) wrote: (First viewing - Late teen years)
Tsukasa A (it) wrote: The Woody Allen musical movie follow the traditional musical movie composition but it was rare at the time that actors sing and dance without stand-ins. Woody Allen wanted amateurish songs and dances and did not tell the actors that it was a musical until after they signed their contracts. Woody Allen had to tell Goldie Hawn and Edward Norton to try to sing worse because they sang too well to be believable as a normal person just breaking into song. The actors sing their own songs except for Drew Barrymore, who convinced Woody Allen that her singing was too awful even for the realistic singing voices he was after. She said she doesn't even sing in the shower.Goldie Hawn dancing at the river side of the Seine is the scenes to see. Her expression is beautiful from hands to toes and her movement is smooth though she is suspended in the air. She learned ballet from age of three, taught dancing and attended musicals as a professional dance after she dropped out the college. I believe Woody Allen didn't tell Goldie Hawn to dance worse for this scene.
Eric N (ru) wrote: Terrible film. Again, low budget although the action scenes were ok and it had some good ideas.
Willy G (kr) wrote: Sooo many stars and one major storyline thru the entire film. I def refer this dvd to all movie lovers everywhere.
Drew T (es) wrote: Not that great. Wouldn't watch again.
Daniel G (us) wrote: A solid tale on screen that feels like it was ripped directly off the pages of a classic novel.
Natalia C (gb) wrote: This is Malick's reigning masterpiece, a film of profound beauty and subtle introspection. Less mystic and more earthy than his recent work, which was going of the rails in some ways away from his strengths, which this film returns. Malick has entered the realm of masters such as Antonioni and Tarkovsky but has a deep humanity that can't be found in some of those classic art films.
Phil P (ca) wrote: There was really no need for the random flashes of boobs for the transitions. George Takei killed it in this role.