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Eloise O (gb) wrote: Not enough Kung Fu in this here Fu Doo
Shawn M (it) wrote: Whoa, get a load of that synopsis. How do people come up with this stuff?
Preetesh P (kr) wrote: Favourite of all time....
Agata G (gb) wrote: Devilishly truthful and haunting.
Leo K (gb) wrote: A huge disappointment for a fan of Miike's work. This is basically the second film with a different plot, less money to do justice to the futuristic story which is blown on the last scene alone it seems and even more of the sitting around. There's the hints of what he's capable of here and there but it's buried beneath boring bits where characters sit aboot delivering rubbish slow moving dialogue with big chunks of silence in between that, instead of adding thoughtfulness or weight of drama, merely makes the film dull and vaguely pompous.The girl is very attractive but aside from that and the completely awesome wtf-ness of the end there's nothing to enjoy here. Thus ends a series which should of been left with the fun and greatness of the original. Avoid.
Luis O (es) wrote: I think is a nice compilation of stories, however, there is no humor in any of them, so we get a bunch of self centered, depressed characters.
Richard D (mx) wrote: A monty python film without the monty pythoness. Very unfunny and it only works on the uninteresting characters.
Richard B (mx) wrote: This film really reminded me of Buried with Ryan Reynolds as its just Stephen Dorff in a trunk/box for 90 minutes. He does a good job carrying the film as its entirely him. There are some stupid scenes that are used to fill time and those were bad. The film also had two twist endings and even though I had suspected the first twist I did like that twist and I really hated the second stupid twist and really felt that it hurt how I felt about this film.
Petros T (ru) wrote: "Brno" feels like a lesser outing when compared with Larry Charles and Sacha Baron Cohen's breakthrough "Borat" or the more recent "The Dictator", but remains fairly enjoyable due to some great laughs and the small duration. It's basically some sort of slightly disjointed collection of segments that act like an excuse for gross gags. Not exactly great storytelling, but good fun nevertheless.
Anthony B (kr) wrote: A weak adaption of such a classic book
Pierre C (de) wrote: A entertaining road movie and nice debuts for Jason Momoa as a director. Even if the main plot is dark and serious, liberty is taken from this main plot and the film meets other matters of life, such as love, family, morals and obviously, freedom.
Jacob D (it) wrote: pretty good animation but not Laika's best movie.
Jlio A (es) wrote: ruim pracaramba, mas eu gostei pracaramba! :D
Charlie M (ag) wrote: Truck carrying chemicals explodes in the Holland Tunnel and Sylvester Stallone saves those who survived. It's your typical disaster flick for certain with a hero in place.