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Zaida Z (br) wrote: If you want to have a good laugh, this is would be the film for it! Motorcycle aficionados will enjoy!
Robbie R (au) wrote: Do not agree it was awesome.
Brett R (ca) wrote: Hard to do sex jokes. They came off fine. Not so crude as one might think. In fact, the normal characters were more disgusting than those in the sex group. A funny concept (friend of sex crazed buddy joins a support group for sex addicts to meet a girl). The ending was ok. I like war movies with a little romance to take the edge off. But romantic comedies almost always end with the boy and girl getting together. And when this happens, everything else gets lost (jobs, friends, music, plot... whatever else might have been going on in the movie).
Lesley K (ca) wrote: Kept hoping it would get better. Bummer as as I have always liked Michael Pare'
Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: 23% Saw this on 22/08/2013 I am a person who likes more than 90% of the films that I see and I would give a film a rating of 70% if I felt that it was watchable and entertaining enough. I do not give that sort of a film any lower rating. Then imagine how awful would be a film that I gave 1 star? The worst thing about this film is that it doesn't even have a trace of a plot.
Jen M (gb) wrote: Stuart Little sequel slightly better than the 1st! Ages 6+
Kevin C (ca) wrote: Wow they have anime on here too? This is one of the best in the kung fu fighting vein.
Cay H (de) wrote: Seen it, bought it, love it.
anthony m (gb) wrote: I loved Martin Scorsese's and Woody Allen's segments of the film but Francis Coppola's segment is terrible. I average this out to about a 7/10, I wish Coppola's segment was just completely deleted from the movie.
Bradley K (mx) wrote: Despite terrible promotional art, this is an instant gem and iconic 80's film, not because of it's popularity but because of it's exploitation of hip 80's sensibilities. This film oozes style, a vivid colour palette and an irresistible soundtrack.
Cameron L (mx) wrote: everything that's great about 80s movies. so weird.
Lilac L (nl) wrote: I suppose it's just me... I like actors acting from their guts. I like actors who show us how their characters feel instead of telling us, I like actors that can show me an emotion with a small gesture. In this film I was feeling as if I'm being forced to take the story in by grand body gestures that had no justification in the dialog, lots of shouting that tried to look as anger or frustration and a main character, Alan Strang, played by the beautifully looking boy, Peter Firth, that has only one facial expression. Through all the film I felt the potential of the dramatic strength in this story and kept feeling disappointed as in each dramatic highlight the acting was superficial and loud.
Jason K (ru) wrote: When the best older cast around comes together to actually act (instead of cash checks like so many others) its pretty cool to watch, even if the story is meh. Aside from that the only thing that hinders this film is Patel, who is loud, annoying, and seriously needs to just take it down a vast number of stops if hes going to keep being in movies with people of the caliber that can say more with just their eyes then anything else. very very distracting and annoying in every scene he's in and sadly the film would have vastly been better without that all together.
Nicole D (fr) wrote: Of course one of the most memorable X-men of all. the Guardian of the galaxy of the x-man with a bit less laugh