A young Russian aristocrat, Baron Fyodor Jeremin, volunteers to serve with a Dragon squadron to impress the girl who rejected his love. Just at this time the 1863 insurrection explodes in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young Russian aristocrat, Baron Fyodor Jeremin, volunteers to serve with a Dragon squadron to impress the girl who rejected his love. Just at this time the 1863 insurrection explodes in ...
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Wade W (mx) wrote: Superbad has become a modern comedy classic. Hill and Cera are the perfect team and they bring a big helping of laughs. As do Bill Hader and Seth Rogen. It's relatable to millennial teens too. It's a shame that it's littered with so much filth (sexual dialogue and profanity), because it could have been a real gem. I don't believe films have to include so much of it to be considered "good". Regardless, it's mildly enjoyable if you can get past all the profanity. (3.5/5)
Jason K (nl) wrote: Really funny FilmPlease Check It Out! :)
Sanal R (jp) wrote: Very effective procedural drama, Eastwood's touch makes it a complete worth-watch
Jessica H (ca) wrote: Starts off like another crap film and ends the same.
Jon B (it) wrote: I'm really into this movie, and I've never been able to figure out quite why. It's formulaic, predictable, and pretty innocent. But it's the chemistry -- of all the Andy Lau & Sammi Cheng movies, this one has that perfect spark. Following in the traditions of classic 1950s Hollywood transposed to a post-Y2K office setting, Johnny To Kei-fung has obviously read the rules. To me, this is the perfect romantic comedy.
Joey S (nl) wrote: I think that if you look at this movie for what it is: just a fun feel-good family movie, then it does just that. No, it's not cinematic gold, but that's not what you're asking for when you see something like this. It's about feeling good and about a family coming together with a bit of laughs in between. Why try to grade this movie against something like Forrest Gump, The Godfather, etc? They're not the same kind of movie and that's like comparing apples to oranges.
Dan A (mx) wrote: Maybe a little too self-aware but still a good enough movie.
Ashley H (gb) wrote: Rowing with the Wind is a disappointing film. It is about the time when Mary Shelley wrote her novel "Frankenstein." Hugh Grant and Lizzy McInnerny give terrible performances. The script is badly written. Gonzalo Suarez did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Alexander C (de) wrote: A few flaws but otherwise enjoyable movie, may be boring moments but only fleeting ones.
Jeff B (fr) wrote: Keeping an Eye on the Double-Oh tropes that kept Bond so endearing for over 30 years, Pierce Brosnan's debut relishes a Golden opportunity to roll the charisma of Connery, the suaveness of Moore, and the cheekiness of both into one jolly good high-tech adventure. Updating the superspy for the '90s but keeping him rascally, GoldenEye remains Brosnan's best Bond outing and one of the series' best overall. The film earns extra points for marking Judi Dench's first foray as M, beginning the tenure of one of the series best and most inspired casting choices.In this PG-13-rated spy thriller, James Bond (Brosnan) teams up with the lone survivor (Izabella Scorupco) of a destroyed Russian research center to stop the hijacking of a nuclear space weapon by a fellow agent (Bean) formerly believed to be dead. Stylish and silly in one fell swoop, the film succeeds based chiefly on the winning choice of lead but the action-packed story packs a punch all of its own. Making 006 the villain makes for some ace intrigue. The casting of Bean, however, is an intriguing notion all of its own. It takes a strong actor such as this to play off of Brosnan, who makes the part his own by ironically not throwing out previous Bonds with the bath water. Firing on all cylinders with this, his very fun debut outing, it's a pity that the follow-ups lower themselves to becoming so formulaic. Still, the opening scene that finds Bong bungee-cording off of a ridiculously high dam takes a hold on your interest that rarely lets go save for a semi-climatic finale that doesn't come close to matching the gleeful thrills that result from the pre-credits sequence. Bottom line: Remington Zeal
John R (ru) wrote: 160925: Decent special effects. The story rolls slowly with a focus on extraneous material; the kid's stuff, mystical animals, magic and such. Picks up near the end and redeems itself. Prisoner is a decent film, perhaps underrated by me in the past. Almost want to give it 4 stars but until another viewing will give it 3.5. The story really only has one big reveal and then it sort of leaves you hanging. Hence the reason there will be so many more I guess?
Steve R (gb) wrote: Fantastic performances.