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007 W (ca) wrote: the only complaint I have with Fruitvale station is that they show what actually happens in the beginning of the movie, they open the movie with it and you're like what do I have to look forward to, but besides that this movie is great, the story is great and Michael B. Jordan is fantastic in it

Sandip D (jp) wrote: grt movieeee,,,one shud must watch

Ian H (ca) wrote: WOw, this movie really touched a nerve. Close to home. Inspiring and creative.

Michael W (us) wrote: Top blaxploitation fare from director Cirio Santiago. A soldier of fortune switches sides from a repressive ruling regime to the rebel forces. Features many of Cirio's hallmarks, including several poorly executed battle scenes.

Diego F V (au) wrote: Brutal!!! Un retrato de la sociedad iran abordado magistralmente de la mano de Jafar Panahi y desde la visin existencialista de Hussein (Hossain Emadeddin), un repartidor de pizzas en la noche y ladrn en las maanas. Y as comienza la pelcula, por el final, con el robo de una joyera a cargo de Hussein y su cuado. Retroceso, luego, la histora nos empieza a mostrar cmo y por qu, estos 'ladrones' llegaron ah y decidieron meterse a robar a esa joyera especialmente. Una refinada leccin de moral y principios despus de conocer los hechos relevantes. Realizada en su mayora con actores naturales, este filme es una verdadera leccin de puesta en escena y direccin de actores. Recomendada.**Libertad a Panahi!!**

Drew S (es) wrote: As absolutely atrocious as this is, it made me want to film a movie, and I laughed watching it, so it's not a total wash.

Stephen S (nl) wrote: Why do so many people like this movie? It's awful! To be fair to Nic Cage, his acting isn't bad, but he sure as hell didn't deserve to win an Oscar for his performance. And the ending is probably one of the worst I've ever seen in a film. Do not see this piece of shit.

Jacob D (kr) wrote: This actually is my favourite Coen brothers movie.

Don H (au) wrote: Slick, intelligent, and demanding that the viewer watch, listen, and follow a perfectly plotted storyline, "Nomads" is the thinking person's "Fright Night". The titular demons are only '80's punks because story takes place in the '80's. Today they might be gangbangers, a hundred years ago they would have been street thugs, and so on. In fact, they are whatever they need to be in order to thrive, and thrive they do, at terrible cost to their victims. If you need blood thrown at the screen, glowing-eyed children scuttling across ceilings or tedious CGI whiz bang effects to frighten you, "Nomads" is not the movie for you. And Pierce Brosnan's French accent is, in a word, deplorable. But John McTiernan's looming terror ghost story, set in a moody depiction of an L.A. that is never quite fully illuminated, even in broad daylight, leaving plenty of shadows that let things... collect... is, in it's own way as powerful a masterpiece of tension and horror as Takashi Miike's "Audition". Just as the lead character in Audition could not see thee threat of the lovely Asami in "Audition", in "Nomads", too, the protagonists, like the audience, will see only what they look for. The luckiest of viewers will finish this film with a crawling certainty that what they saw was looking back.

William O (nl) wrote: Amazing action ,Awesome stunts, Crazy fight sequences in this Intense Jackie Chan flick!

Kay L (de) wrote: Sally Field making poop jokes.

Mr P (ru) wrote: This is one of the most famous lost pictures in history. However, I recently viewed a restored version that tells the story as best it can using still photos. The story and music carry you along really well. And there are so many production photos that you don't miss out on any leaves your imagination to create the motion. It's very much like reading a book but in an entirely different way. Lon Chaney's makeup as the vampire in this is (in my opinion) the best he's ever had. It's really horrifying what he could do with a simple makeup kit. Very creepy. Not the strongest story as the end kind of confuses, but still a masterful Chaney classic.