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Melissa Ellsworth C (ru) wrote: So good. So touching. I want my kids to see this.
Kim W (jp) wrote: Didn't catch the beginning but I loved what I saw.
Brian C (au) wrote: Very enjoyable and genuinely creepy. When Allan and Julie decide to move to a cabin in the mountains after their daughter is killed, very strange things begin to happen. She begins seeing ghosts, and finds out that the cabin and area has a very checkered past.One thing I liked about this movie is the subtler scares with the ghosts, unlike most horror movies that gets very loud and does cheap scares, this movie moves slower to build tension and genuined fear.The acting is pretty good overall, although Cheri Christian's meloncholy does get a bit forced at times.Definitely worth a watch.
Matthew S (br) wrote: Cam Archer's overtly stylized view of childhood sexuality is harmed by the intended approach which feels far too distant. That said, I suspect this artist has fully realized his vision. Unfortunately, this vision and the way in which Archer tells his story feels forced and feels too vague.
Jaime R (gb) wrote: Billy Bob Thornton, I know you can do better.
Rebecca P (es) wrote: I can't help it, I love it.
Steve S (gb) wrote: Brock Pierce's character just naturally ticks you off. It's not even close to one of Disney's best comedies. I bet only a few actually remember it.
AD O (us) wrote: love it, live it. commit to memory.
Henny K (us) wrote: Let me introduce this film : Based on the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson - A medical student develops an illegal drug, which he hopes to make an ideal man. One day, he wakes up in his room & finds a bloody woman dead in the bathroom. Interested? U have to think again! This movie was kinda sucks. Gave oneself passion free rein.
Dinesh B (gb) wrote: A neo noir masterpiece from Lynch!
Mayank M (us) wrote: The movie touches the soft side of patriotism in every human being. The idea and story are great.. The acting is fair too by all .. but none stand out. But the edit is horrible. There are too many extra scenes that just stretch the movie and add no value to it. It's like the director had empty pockets in the story and just decided to use random scenes to fill it up.
Sara E (ag) wrote: Great chemistry between the leads - a simple musical, but bright and cheerful.
Stephen M (de) wrote: Wow.. I was bored so I figured I checked this out... & somehow I became even more bored than when I started out. This movie had a potential of being something adventurous,suspenseful, & full of character growth of accomplishment... instead it was shoddy writing, poor directing, dry annoying acting, some incredibly dumb scenarios & unbelievable situations. This film was a failure & a huge waste.
Chris M (br) wrote: The Front Lawn Brawl will always be a Classic Fight Scene. ???????????
Tyler R (ru) wrote: The weaker of Jet Li's films, "Romeo Must Die" tells a loose updated verion of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet". Not much else is to be said about the plot, except that it tries hard to find places for Jet Li to perform martial arts, though aided by some poor visual effects. The acting is alright, but mostly cheesy and unintenitionally hilarious. The film is good as is, but some much needed fine tuning on the script, and some better casting would have made it a better film.
Minstrel D (fr) wrote: Just saw this yesterday with my friends. It was totally funny. The stalker side of it was ridiculously awesome, and we were just laughing all the way. There were those cheesy moments, and realistic heartbreak moments, and everything was either rude but true or just wacky. I really loved how it takes on the comedy side of teen failures, and it seemed like pure romantic-comedy classic. I would see this again some other time, even if the ending was literally what-the-hell-ish. Oh, one more thing, the duo who plays "live" music adds a an intimately "ouch" for the protagonist. Ben Stiller and Cameron Diaz would be happy for their eternal lives that they did it.