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Adamgotnoswagg N (jp) wrote: trys to be a fun family film. but it seems like it is for a adult that has not fully grown. This movie temps to be a good crime/ family movie. and it fails
Harsh C (es) wrote: American pseudo-intellectual moralising about war
Kaushik A (es) wrote: gud movie frm shanker n superstar
Pretty P (nl) wrote: Vampire movies! What more can I say;)
Alexis L (ru) wrote: ok i want the two hours of my life back...and moreover i want this director to be kept away from any camera or any place in the movie industry for the rest of his life...most boaring slow shitty movie i saw in a while...
Steven H (br) wrote: Comes from New Zealand which is probably why the suspense and humor reminded me so much of Peter Jackson's movie "Dead/Alive".
John M (ag) wrote: Brian De Palma's voyeurism approach seems somewhat obnoxious here, over-stylized and random. Nicolas Cage is also obnoxious and somewhat terrible in this. I feel like De Palma's trying to do an homage to film noir while also using his Hitchcock influences and mixing in some sort of an exploitation feel, but it feels jumbled, boring and overdone.
Tanvir M (ca) wrote: The only fictional film from documentary film maker Michael Moore, this is an intelligent (sometimes silly though) comedy with the typical wit and political message that one expects from Moore. Canadians will like it much more than Americans though! Much more enjoyable than the majority of laughless movies that are presented as comedies these days.
Thomas B (kr) wrote: Crappy attempt at a comedy. Do yourself a favor and skip this dumb movie.
Kelly S (ag) wrote: This film is very funny.......A great film for the whole family...........
Adrian P (fr) wrote: Just the greatest. Along with "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (Charles Laughton version) the greatest movies of all time. In, of course, my opinion. Just 94%!!!!??? ridiculous! Should be 100%. This is, quite honestly, the greatest film ever mede. (Along with The Hunchback...) It's got everything a movie should have, just everything. I can't go further. See it and you'r emotions will be shot. Just amazing on every level considering what it took to be made. The stars are all absolutely brilliant and Vivien Leigh is wondrous. Nobody could play this role now after her. Same with Gable. And Howard and De Havilland. Just amazing in every shape and form. Movie making at it's best. Hollywood at it's best. The stars at their best. OMG just the best movie ever made. It's got everything. I cry my eyes out every time I watch it. With the Hunchback (Charles Laughton) my favourite film of all time. Bar none.
Emily W (ag) wrote: It's laboriously quirky, but career-launching performances by Toni Collette and Rachel Griffiths make Muriel's Wedding work.