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Resli B (mx) wrote: Good fight scenes. Pretty much it.
Alisha H (us) wrote: So i took my mum to see this movie. Mum absolutely loves her. I took mum to see her in concert in 1993 in Newcastle and bought mum two tickets for xmas that cost me like $800 to see her from the second row at Acer Arena Sydney in 2008. I guess that is my justification for seeing this movie, to get a glimpse of the concert that cost me the earth and i never wanted to see. While i am not 'into' Celine Dion i do think she has an incredible voice and is too perfection live. Pure talent despite the genre.A movie clearly only for the fans and who can afford to see it. It cost me $18 and that was student price. WTF!
Kristen P (it) wrote: Though I appreciate the satire, there are more misses than hits.
RonnieNikki T (jp) wrote: Not one of his best but I love him anyway!
Anna Q (nl) wrote: Aiden Quinn AND awesome 80's Madonna? Yes, please.
Erik W (mx) wrote: This is probably one of the most underrated war movies of all time. The depictions of the aerial battles are nicely done. The special effects are dated but that doesn't stop this movie from being great. The entire cast does an excellent job playing their parts. There are many different types of aircraft that took part in the real Battle of Britain but I guess many of them didn't survive after the war to be used in this film so we're only shown five different types of aircraft. The cinematography as well as the aerial photography are excellent. Under used British composer Ron Goodwin provides a nice score that underscores the film's action and dramatic moments. If you like war movies, this is a must see.
dan b (ag) wrote: Considered a flop at the time of it's release it has become a staple of many a horror fans childhood. Besides it gave us the term "Dragula".
Andrew B (au) wrote: If you think about it hard enough there might be some unhealthy implications made with this film, but nevertheless it's a thrilling and engrossing experience, complements of Mason's unhinged performance and Ray's lively directing.
Robert B (nl) wrote: Revolutionary Road has a good premise and strong actors that perform well enough. What is missing? It feels like it ought to be a better movie but somehow does not come together. I have to say the storytelling and editing are off. There is something about the flow of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" that is missing in Revolutionary Road (though it does have its moments). Still, it is not a bad film and I recommend to fans of the actors.
Joey M (fr) wrote: "is she crazy or something?"... "no, she's just all woman"... if you liked coffy and foxy brown, you'd probably enjoy this one too