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Michael H (nl) wrote: The cheesy animation gag got old pretty quickly. I think it would have been funnier as a ten minute short, rather than a feature-length film.

Nelson D (ru) wrote: beautiful and funny, great performance by Eugene Hutz, excellent soundtrack

Fabio J (us) wrote: This is another Magical Muslim movie, along with such entries as Monsieur Lazhar, Le Havre, and London River. In this popular new genre, we are reminded how lucky we are to have hordes of these very special people taking over every Western country in order to enlighten us with their superior values and greater humanity.

William W (mx) wrote: A guilty pleasure for me personally, as I love both 'The Great Escape' and most of the works I have seen, over the years, from this rightfully-esteemed British animation company. Highly recommended both for children and for adults who enjoy animation.

David J (br) wrote: An amazing film best boxing film of all time.

Nathan M (it) wrote: Stylish direction, a smart script, and fun performances makes #threekings a great time that can still pack an emotional punch.

Emily O (gb) wrote: This is one of those movies that I will be quoting for years to come. While not funny in the moment, it is definitely more funny to talk about and repeat the lines to others.

Nolan M (fr) wrote: A funny spoof from director Pat Proft that is funny, but incredibly stupid.

Austin G (kr) wrote: Scrooged is not only funny and a good movie, but it really has the emotional depth that one wouldn't expect.

Andrew I (ag) wrote: This dog's dinner of a film starts well with a decent theme by Morricone, a couple of half-amusing moments and lines, and there is a quite clever plot in there somewhere too, behind the ropey direction and the lame dialogue. Gemma isn't the most charismatic hero imaginable and Sancho isn't the most amusing of baddies either. The stuntmen falling from high buildings through balsa wood railings are wasting their time as something about this film just keeps the viewer at a distance, never really gripped even in the action sequences. Easily missed.

Henry P (nl) wrote: Good morning/afternoon/evening reader. This information is a review of a Tom Cruise movie that is worse than the early Mission Impossible movies. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to read on. Valkyrie opens with German text and dialogue converting to English, from the opening title, to the Nazi oath, and concluding with Colonel Stauffenberg (Tom Cruise) writing in his journal about his views that got him sent to Tunisia: that Hitler is wrong, and must be removed from power for the sake of the world, and Germany (Both of which are Germany's mortal enemies). We open with an air raid that ends with Stauffenberg losing his right hand, two left-hand fingers, and his left eye. After this, he is recruited to join a kabaal hell-bent on deposing Hitler (David Bamber), led by Henning Von Tresckow (Kenneth Branagh). I think most of you know how World War II ended, so for those unlikely few who don't know, I won't say anything more on the plot. The characters, though, are lacking real development or relatability. Stauffenberg has a family that we meet once (as a whole, the wife, 2-3 times), but is never really sold as a family, and as with all historical films, they are focused more on plot and visuals than characters. Not an excuse. The picture is acceptable, as it is historically accurate (Unlike certain comic book TV shows that travel to WWII and omit the Swastika) in the basic (known) events and realistic with indoor smoking and air raids. The Nazis were record keepers, but like the number of licks it takes to get to the tootsie-roll center of a tootsie-pop, there are some things the world may never know (Like how Stauffenberg really interacted with his family, or every conversation in planning word-for-word). The language is presented in English for our benefit, however, if you recall movies about animals that take place in the real world they actually talk in, the animals are not speaking in proper English, rather, we are having it interpreted for our enjoyment. You can just assume that the characters are conferring in German, but it's all presented to us in English (or whatever language you're watching this in) so we don't have to learn German or get confused. As always with Bryan Singer, John Ottman edits, but more importantly, does the score. It does the story service and is placed where it should be. Valkyrie is good, but does not belong among the greats of historical cinema, because the acting is stale, and doesn't feel as genuine as hits like Lincoln. Do not hail this as something to watch for fun, but see it as something to be shown in history class to kill time and learn about World War II.

Bradley P (fr) wrote: A wannabe Rambo film that is beyond stupid, What a piece of shit.