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Bilal S (au) wrote: Not what would be expected from the franchise... nothing compared to Murder 2! but yet there is some suspense in the air to get you moving.
Carlos R (es) wrote: Para morir de la risa A+
Hytham E (ag) wrote: a good movie with great depth! This film portrays the story of an illegal immigrant who lives for his son.Even though the father is trying to earn money through his hard work,the son feels neglected and fails to recognize the care and love the father has for him till the end! Demian Bechir at his best especially at a part when he talks to his son about his life!!
Alailson B (nl) wrote: Pssimo roteiro, pssimas atuaes, edio pavorosa e direo desastrada. Ainda consegue evocar um pouco a superao do Dr. Benjamin Carson.
Alec B (jp) wrote: Its an informative chronicle of the unmitigated disaster that was the first few years of the Iraq war, and its a great companion piece to Thomas E. Rick's chronicle of the same period, "Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq".
Praveen M (mx) wrote: just so real! not like a typical hindi movie!
Scott R (kr) wrote: Interesting, yet delusional.
Eliabeth N (ru) wrote: Ryan Kwanten and Hill Harper...should be good.
Ryan S (ru) wrote: A very clever, sometimes too clever, horror/mockumentary. The ending is a bit long, but it is entertaining throughout.
Nicholas A (gb) wrote: Granted Alex Cox's films don't always work but I've yet to see one that isn't interesting in a slightly warped way. Revengers Tragedy is no exception, jacobean tragedy in a post-doomsday Liverpool and Eddie Izzard actually putting in a good performance, strange and intoxicating even if all the pieces don't quite fit together it's still a great ride
Andrew C (nl) wrote: A silly film with hammy acting. Even the tote doesn't make sense as they are rattlesnakes and not silent!
Tom S (es) wrote: This is a quirky movie I saw when it came out. It's worth a second look not for the special effects but for it's surprisingly solid storyline. Ask yourself this: Wouldn't this have qualified as one of the better Twilight Zone episodes? The teenage protagonist isn't a horn-dog nerd using magical powers to get sex (e.g., WEIRD SCIENCE), but a guy with a feeling for machinery but not an aptitude for traditional academics--not that he wouldn't like to be able to do that stuff, too. And not to be missed is the cameo of President Eisenhower explaining how the flying saucer got thrown in a junkyard.
Augustine H (ca) wrote: A seemingly modern version of Dr Faustus, a more accurate narrative of it would be "the hottest places in hell are reserved for those who in times of great moral crises maintain their neutrality".
Jon H (au) wrote: A pretty good examination of a punk-era band (except that they're not punk, they're actually new wave) and how their friendships break under the pressure to be "rock stars". Still waiting impatiently on an R1 DVD release of this. =(
Katie M (us) wrote: This movie is not very well known but I thought it was interesting and thoughtful and Barbra is great in it.
Mitchell W (jp) wrote: Why is Rossellini's filmography so poorly represented on DVD?
Warren J (nl) wrote: I'm ashamed of myself for sticking around until it ended. It is utter dreck. What a stupid, absurd film.
Frances H (jp) wrote: Strange tale of a teen and a woman, who are struggling with grief and loss, trying to learn to let go.
Ted W (jp) wrote: Lame boring and surprising that Steven Spielberg directed this terrible movie. You want to know the honest truth, the truth is it didn't feel like you connected with the characters in any way except feel bad for the old lady mourning the loss of her son. And this movie is all over the place, first the little outer space robots then the guys who are trying to take down the main characters apartment building and them every characters's personal problems which are super dumb. The plot holes that weren't answered just makes it worse, what happens to the baby, that's the only thing I actually paid any attention to, man this movie was so boring.