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James D (gb) wrote: Not so much a review as a caveat - the film was extensively re-edited and significantly tightened after equivocal responses to its showing at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2012 - any reviews listed from 2012 will be from prior to this re-edit.
Sasho M (nl) wrote: weird and artsy. original. i liked it.
Jeremy C (kr) wrote: A fun and funny kids film that is better than the first 2. A very good film. GRADE:B+
Ming Siu G (nl) wrote: Melancholic, beautiful, and strangely affecting.
Jared S (br) wrote: Great romantic comedy filmed here in Sacramento and West Sacramento..!!
Sam G (us) wrote: not as good as i expexted,confusing plot,but creepy moments and very atmospheric,story is a bit similar to deathwatch and Outpost.
Alexander C (de) wrote: Another movie to see!
John B (au) wrote: Stander represents the early days of what has been a very interesting period of South African film making. Great action and use of music and camera work to bring out the best in the performers.
Cee L (nl) wrote: Dangerous Liaisons is the better movie, but I loves me some Firth. It's not a bad movie, but the other version shattered my soul, which is a good review coming from me. I just felt "meh" after this one. So 3 stars seems fair. I was entertained.
Matthew B (kr) wrote: "Superman III" is so painful to watch. The movie does have some little good moments, but it has too much comedy in it, and still following the same camp factor as what Richard Lester did with "Superman II." We wish if Richard Donner wasn't fired by the Salkinds, so that this franchise would stay strong. Christopher Reeve is still great to watch, but Richard Pryor keeps stealing the show when this is more of his and not Superman's movie. This movie needs more scenes of Superman, than more scenes with Pryor. I don't like "Superman III," and I strongly do not recommend it.
Richard S (nl) wrote: Wacky, cute, and clever. Everything you want in a Powell and Loy film.
Andrew M (fr) wrote: It's nice to see Wes Anderson make a film that is focused more on characters than aesthetic, as well as a film that actually conveys emotion successfully. There's an occasional moment of stoicism in certain characters, namely Gwyneth Paltrow's Margot, but unlike in Anderson's other films, this stoicism actually fits the characters and their development. Anderson has created a huge ensemble of characters, and they all have solid character arcs that are each relatable and sympathetic in their own way. It certainly helps that the cast is full of strong actors, many of which are Wes Anderson regulars, that allow for each character to be distinct and impactful. The real standout here is Gene Hackman, who really steals each scene he's in and leaves you completely invested in his estranged father figure of a character. Anderson certainly brings his quirky camerawork and visual style to this one, but it's not as grating as it is in his recent efforts, and it ends up fitting the film nicely. Wes Anderson's most serious film is certainly one of his more refined efforts.
Master J (jp) wrote: Good plot not fantastic though