Skippy: Australia's First Superstar
The inside story of Australia's first superstar - Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
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VV W (ca) wrote: This is probably one of the worst Barbie movies I have seen, but I will still give it 2 stars because they did come up with an original idea... I just hated the songs :P
BCash J (au) wrote: Don't even dare to go to theatre to watch it.....Most stupid movie ever!!!!
Dayna N (de) wrote: Kill Katie Malone was so disappointing,the only bright spot was looking at Steven Colletti whom is very attractive but his acting and demeanor is more suited for a PG movie at best,you can take the boy out of Laguna Beach but!The effect's consisted of the actors throwing themselves on the ground and into walls as if a malevolent force was doing it..maybe a drop of blood and weak storyline.I say skip it,If you think this is going to scare you or gross you out ,wrong,it will only bore you to death.I saw it for free on cable and still wanted my time back. For synopsis read the one given.
Jayakrishnan R (kr) wrote: 62%Saw this on 12/11/6We are Marshall has an interesting story and is backed up by fine performance from a cast led by Matthew McConaughey, but it is lacking in action and doesn't get the treatment it deserves. It doesn't have an epic sweep, instead it has a feel-good structure that makes it cliched despite numerous moments of authenticity.
David K (ru) wrote: well, it's kinda like anything else...
Simon T (es) wrote: A great deal of expertise has been lavished on what really amounts to little more than a series of unconnected climaxes. There's no arc, just the growing feeling that J.K. Rowling is adding bits as she goes along and stops when she's got a book's worth. That said, you couldn't ask for a better cast, a richer production design or finer music.
B B (fr) wrote: well since out imax is n a musemu we dont always get the cool movies but this was ver ed
Ivan D (fr) wrote: As serious and sensitive the issues touched by this film be, it contains beautiful, almost optimistic cinematography to perfectly contrast its brutal themes concerning ethnic clashes. Milcho Manchevski, like Kubrick, has mastered the film's "mise en scene" by way of his earlier inclination for still photography. Another highlight of "Before the Rain" is its circular chronology that somehow intertwines in the end, but was still broken into smaller pieces to further the film's message about, or more specifically, against the idea of violence. At first glance, who would really care about a film about the Macedonian problem? But what really captivated humble viewers of films is its message that does not limit itself in the coasts of Macedonia, nor the unreachable premises of European cinema. It exceeds language barriers and served as a cautionary tale for both on-going and surging civil conflicts.
Katia D (mx) wrote: strange and mysterious. somewhat slow but it had me intently watching and trying to figure it out from beginning to end.
Jonathan D (au) wrote: This was an interesting movie. It has some solid performances and features Gwyneth Paltrow in one of her first roles. It's not going down as a classic must see, but still a nice paced movie that your not quite sure where it's headed.
Alexander G (br) wrote: I used to watch this movie constantly when I was younger. I watched the movie for the first time in well over ten years today and it just does not hold up. The concept is great of this mother and father rediscovering each other and being ordinary people who save the day. However the effects, gags and production design just do not hold up with the test of time. It would be a movie that when my son is older to revisit again and show him what I watched when I was younger before we had CGI and abilities we do nowadays.
Jamie C (es) wrote: Expected more but a good film.
Elvis D (fr) wrote: One of my all time favorite films
Emily D (it) wrote: A cheesy, mostly bad movie. Richard Gere and great choreography almost make up for it though.
Archer F (br) wrote: What the fuck is this garbage?
Jamie M (ru) wrote: Page-Lochard is great. Everything else is underwhelming.
Kevin M W (jp) wrote: While certainly qualifying as quality film-making, Kubrick's Vietnam entre also shows signs of aging. Much of the dialogue has that grammar school feel of trying one-ups-manship that was tiring in grammar school (except for the remarkable Lee Ermey, who stills radiates like nuclear meltdown). Still a work worthy of your time.
Bill B (au) wrote: Playing a little loose with the viewers' patience, the series continues to shoe-horn new characters and motivations into previously existing films.I'm still a fan of the franchise, but it's become increasingly hard to take their convoluted plotting very seriously if they wanna keep telling me there's a dozen other sleeper cell type killers with every installment.Worth a rental.