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Zack D (ca) wrote: A great movie that makes you scared not of a being that exists in the world, but of your own sanity, and the inability to overcome a situation regardless of what you do.
Brad M (it) wrote: I thought the movie was well produced with the limited materials and resources the producer had.I thought the storyline could of used a little bit of a tweak. It was slow and uninteresting in many parts of the movie. However, still not a completely horrible movie, considering it was the producers first movie.
anniemarialani (jp) wrote: Thoughtful and thought-provoking. Joaquin Phoenix is soulful expression.
James S (mx) wrote: Took me two viewings to really get the movie, but now one of my favorites. Good fun all over.
Thrall T (au) wrote: Pixar has ventured into a whole new world; the monster world. In Monsters, Inc., the monsters that used to haunt you at night live in a town called Monstropolis. Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and roommate James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) work together everyday at Monsters, Inc.; the world's largest power company. When Mike makes reservations to go on a date with girlfriend, Celia (Jennifer Tilly), Sully goes to fill out Mike's paperwork and stumbles across a door. Naturally he opens it to see if there are any monsters in there before he sends it back, but he finds out that no one is in there. When he leaves he discovers a human child; the first human child that Monstropolis has ever seen. Humans are toxic to monsters, so this is not to be taken lightly. The rest of the movie is full of humor, seriousness, and a whole lot of screaming. Monsters, Inc. presents itself well with humorous lines, and a cast that really put the movie together. On the other hand, there are a lot of characters in the movie that have just one or two lines, while the rest of the movie is based on the same four characters. The movie also has a lot of scenes that seem to last forever, with no real direction. Overall, I give this movie five out of five stars. Bring the kids, grab your candy and get ready for a lot of laughs.
Chris B (es) wrote: This film fits perfectly for Guy Richie's unique directing style. The film does a great job of bringing everything together at the end. It blends comedy and crime perfectly.
Tim W (au) wrote: Gary Oldman's directing debut is a reflection of his own bringing up in London. Constant swearings can be expected.
Ingvar Ottergren N (us) wrote: Well acted, but could have don well with a little more humor.
Carlos N (gb) wrote: CREMASTER 4 Totalmente rodado na Ilha de Man, `Cremaster` 4 possui dois focos de aco. Um stiro com orifcios na cabea, para cornos por nascer, que sapateia no interior de um compartimento situado no extremo de um baa, at desgastar o solo e cair ao mar. Por outro, dois motociclos com carro lateral correm direces opostas. Neste j notria a fase descendente, a procura do final do labirinto fsico.
Jerry I (es) wrote: toujours du bien de le (re) voir! et c't'OST! une petite ppite!
Eyal D (fr) wrote: Re-viewed more than thirty years later, THE CASSANDRA CROSSING may not be a very good film but as an all-star cast "disaster" film of the mid-70's it is pretty much a surviving remnant of those spectacular studio works that gave the audience some sense of joy in trying to figure out which big name cast member will live or die. Lancaster and Thulin get the slap on the wrist jobs of sitting it out and watching the tragedy unfold from their cold offices and labs while Loren, Harris and company keep us all worked up in trying to understand method acting vs. over-acting and how it all looks on avery fast-moving train as it is about to reach its...well you can figure out the rest. 2 1/2 stars for standing up to the test of time in the novelty act category.
Islam A (mx) wrote: oh , shit................................................................................
Alan W (nl) wrote: This is a good movie
Kevin P (us) wrote: Not the best Sturges film, but a great movie nonetheless. A small time crook becomes a state governor and, of course, much political satirizing ensues.
Paul D (kr) wrote: I ended up liking this much more than I thought I was going to. It's a small film, but it has a bit of an edge to it. Elijah Wood does a good job carrying this movie. It's nothing spectacular, but for what it is, I was entertained.
Jaws N (de) wrote: Inoffensive but tired in-your-face animal thing again. Could do worse.