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Facund V (ag) wrote: In my Top 15 Movies Of The Year, with good perfomances and script
James W (jp) wrote: One of the worst movie ever
Alberto C (ag) wrote: A witty film, a good comedy
Paul E (kr) wrote: A movie with a split personality. It doesn't really want to be a war movie. It's like a Disney-fied version of a war movie.But, there are also scenes of war that, though not as realistic as those in Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan" (he directed this, too), are still pretty brutal. It's all about the horse, though. How much you love horses will dictate how much you like this film. Through each vignette, the horse is the emotional centerpiece. Although some of the acting is a bit stiff and character development is not great, the film overall earns it's emotional ending. I really enjoyed it. I just wonder what a different director would've done with it. As it stands, it's a very good movie that's not quite sure what it wants to be.
Aaron G (ca) wrote: It's not good if your musical only has one decent song. Anyone who's seen it knows exactly which one I mean.
Cecilia K (gb) wrote: Dlig lgbudgetfilm
chad g (ag) wrote: This is a very well told tale and has all the moral correctness we would expect from Asian film makers.I liked it a lot!
Nev B (us) wrote: some serious scares in here
Drew H (au) wrote: Robert Altman blew it.
Roger C (fr) wrote: A family favorite. We watch this movie to get us into the Halloween Spirit. Where else can you watch a movie with Liam Neeson with so little credit, a virtual unkown when this movie came out in 1988. Will continue watching with the family each Halloween.
Uditha D (br) wrote: Ken Russel's Women In Love comes to my mind as being a very fine adaptation of D. H. Lawrence's great work, surpassing it, as always, in visual spectacle, just bordering on erotica. Indeed, the film is full of libido and sexuality, but the manner of its presentation needs especial commendation. One cannot simply shrug off that famous "fig tree" scene where Rupert (played rowdily by Alan Bates) observes the two ways in which to consume a fig - both can be taken as metaphoric of sex itself. The whole story delves in sexuality proper, as seen remarkably in Glenda Jackson's Oscar-winning performance as Gudrun. Overall the atmosphere of the film was very much perfect, with a few flaws here and there, while the visual stunning depiction of homosexuality (in more ways than that oft-quoted and cited wrestling scene) was apparent and still innuendo-filled throughout. I personally consider it a great British production!
Deven W (ru) wrote: The cinematography is wonderful. This could have been the definitive King Arthur movie as they follow the lore to a T but.........some of the actors aint that great and its so foggy looking it gets annoying.
Mark V (nl) wrote: Not a great movie but has some creepy moments and Louise Fletcher is at her evil best
Simone B (nl) wrote: Great Acting from the guys.