Sue, Mai & Sawa: Righting the Girl Ship
"Su-chan Mai-chan Sawako-san" follows the lives of three women who are former co-workers. 34-year-old Su-chan works at a coffee shop and has feelings for the manager there. 34-year-old ...
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Laurence H (es) wrote: A great Chinese historical drama
Michael W (it) wrote: This is a wonderfully slow and un-american movie. It's a poignant and beautiful story which gives you plenty of you own time to feel emotion and empathy. Rare with so many over- directed contemporary movies
Nicholas L (kr) wrote: War Horse seems more like autopilot for Spielberg than anything and one can't escape the fact that the third act seems like a copy and paste from the Little Princess.
Sean B (ru) wrote: Bad acting, stupid script. Total waste of 90 mins.
YK G (br) wrote: Practically the ring-side seat to the whole campaign without reading a book on it.
Amber A (ca) wrote: It was a nice story ... Lacking in special effects area but enjoyable ...
Hunter H (fr) wrote: One of my favorite slasher films when i was younger :)
Tyler W (ru) wrote: Not Even Close To How Awesome The Original FDTD Was!
iJen B (kr) wrote: i laughed all the way thru i love this movie and have since i was a kid :)
Orlok W (au) wrote: Where the Whales go to die ... Sheer childhood nostalgia--A grand old adventure!!
Eric H (fr) wrote: Enjoyed this film directed by Sam Peckinpah who also directed "Straw Dogs" in 1971 created a great story during the 1860's and at the end of the Civil War. Major Amos Dundee, (Charlton Heston) is a major who was in the Union Army and was disgraced and put in charge of a Confederate prison camp. However, Major Dundee is a Southerner and he also finds himself needing the help of Capt. Ben Tyreen, (Richard Harris) who is a Confedrate prisoner and the two of them fight like cats and dogs. Major Dundee has to catch Apaches who escaped to Mexico which is ruled by the French. This is a film dealing with fighting against Apache Indians and also the French and the Confederate and Union soldiers fighting with each other and still trying to carry out their individual missions. Samuel Potts, (James Coburn) gives an outstanding performance as an aid to Major Dundee and also has just one arm. This is a very interesting film with some romance and plenty of bow and arrows flying threw the air. Enjoy
Eve F (us) wrote: This didn't really have any passion. I wasn't hugely impressed. The moral of the story is pretty good, I suppose.
Noname (es) wrote: Great movie and if u like pearl harbor style and old planes u should see this one. One of the better movies lately in fact.
Antony G (ru) wrote: It just meanders along with nothing really happening just like the life of our protagonist, Jeff. Jeff lives his life in the basement of his mother's home. He's 30 years old & unemployed & believes his destiny is guided by the stars & universe believing everything is connected & happens for a reason. Maybe that reason is his very presence on a bridge near the end of the movie or maybe it was just down to plain luck/coincidence. So, the film follows his little adventure as he follows the signs until it's conclusion which ends up involving his brother along the way & his mother.