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Samuel H (au) wrote: If you even halfway like the Beatles, this is a must watch. Freda Kelly is the spark to this documentary. She's lovably, clever, funny, and just genuinely wonderful to listen to talk about the Beatles. There is so much insight and so many wonderful stories. Please, please, please watch this documentary.
Kris o (nl) wrote: It was good. I thought it was a little confussing for little kids, but it was a good story line
Horacio G (it) wrote: Clarifica conceptos de macroeconomia y explica muy bien la insostenible situacin de deuda que sufre usa. Cmo queda parado Chile en este aspecto?
Paul C (mx) wrote: This was a pretty decent movie. It is the typical Asian Horror type though. Ghost girl with long hair kills people with a twisted ending. There are a lot of movies out there like that. They have to bring a good story to the table to make the movie work though, plus a really good ending. This movie had a pretty good story and a nice twisted ending. The acting was pretty good too. Yun-ah Song and Dong-Wook Lee did a pretty good job acting in the film. Kim Hae-in did a great job as the ghost Min-jeong. There was actually two parts that really freaked me out that she was in. The only really bad thing about the movie was that it was slow at parts. Also I wish they made Min-jeong look just a bit more creepy. It would of really added to the scare factor.
Julie R (ag) wrote: This is a really good "film", not a movie. It's about human trafficking, addiction and war-related PTSD on the Bosnian-Croatian border. I'm sure my great recollection of this film is partly due to seeing it at the Sarajevo Film Festival in the National Theater, but it really is worth seeing.
Paul B (mx) wrote: A sharp and sombre look at how Sicilian immigrants became 'white' in America at the start of the twentieth century, although this movie is not about that political process but about their journey from peasant farmers and the physical act of migrating to the 'new' world via Ellis Island. Lovingly told and well-shot but slow, and ultimately unsatisfying. More like part one of a mini series than a complete and fulfilling film. Ends rather abruptly too, but still always refreshing to see unusual faces, stories and lives on screen.
Connor G (au) wrote: Goofy, quirky, and not all that memorable.
Anthony C (es) wrote: I movie made for the whole family
Phyllis Burnett J (es) wrote: My husband's favorite movie. He made me post this.
Steve M (de) wrote: The Amazing Mr. X (aka "The Spiritualist") Starring: Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, and Cathy O'Donnell Director: Bernard Verhaus Just as greiving widow Christine Faber (Lynn Bari) is about to put the tragic death of her husband behind her and move on with her life, she starts hearing his voice on the wind... his restless spirit has returned to haunt her! In a fortuitous coincidence, Christine meets Alexis (Turhan Bey), a psychic who offers to help her contact her husband's spirit and perhaps put it to rest. Christine's younger sister (Cathy O'Donnell) and Christine's would-be new paramour thinks that the meeting with Alexis was too fortuitous, and they suspect that perhaps he is part of a scam to defraud the emotionally frail Christine of her inheritance. They secure the services of a magician turned private eye who specializes in debuniking phoney mediums and set about to expose Alexis for the fraud he is. However, the haunting continues to grow in intensity. Can it be that Christine's departed husband really is reaching out from beyond and attempting to pull her into a watery grave along side him? This 1948 B-movie is an excellently made thriller. It is well acted, well filmed, moves briskly, and keeps the viewer engaged with clever plot-twists and a couple of nicely done double-reversals of expectations. There are films with perhaps twenty times the budget of "The Amazing Mr. X" that aren't half as successful at telling the kind of story that this film features--which, I admit, was pretty well-worn even in 1948. Modern filmmakers trying their hands at thrillers with supernatural overtones would do well to study this film, as it shows exactly how that kind of film is made. Don't let the cheesy title fool you. This is a top-notch thriller that's well worth a look by any lover of the genre.
Jesse O (fr) wrote: Absolutely incredible film and, even with all the comedic content which is topnotch, unsurprisingly, the film actually tells a really good story. The story progression in this film is better than the last 4 M. Night Shyamalan films. And the beauty of it is its simplicity. Two feuding fathers don't want their "kids", this case being Willie and Mary, to be with each other because of their feud. The "kids" try to patch up things between their fathers without any success until the ending, where Willie proves to his father that he is, in fact, capable of being a man, which his father had been trying to do all throughout the film. Again, this is damn good storytelling to me. It goes without saying that the film is hilarious with Buster Keaton with some pretty incredible and revolutionary stunts. It's obvious to see how much of an influence silent comedians influenced Jackie Chan's career. Anyway, the film is really funny, has good storytelling and a surprising amount of heart. So this is a success all around and highly recommended.
Official C (de) wrote: This is one of the best and original superhero origin movies. It truly understands the intrinsic nature of Batman and delivers dark and exciting fun.
Paul B (gb) wrote: What's The Trouble WIth Harry, you ask? Well, you see, Harry is dead, but this oddly deranged comedy based off a bizarre situation sure isn't. The Trouble With Harry is a very entertaining piece of black comedy, attributing a merit to a legendary director not often noted for his wry sense of humor and his wit.