The 7 Adventures of Sinbad
Sinbad, the original Prince of Persia, must complete seven tasks in order to save the world from catastrophe.
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Weaam M (us) wrote: very inspiring! on the level of performance from the two grands Owen and Binoche, The script is good even with the cliches - me personally used to like - but something in the montage maybe or the directing is mismatching, i think the director couldn't follow the moments of magic line through all the movie time, still I loved the provoking\ liking chemistry between the two.. the words and the pictures :)
Miguel R (ru) wrote: Creative and entertaining, Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension proves why Phineas and Ferb is considered one of the finest, if not, finest modern kids cartoon
Daniel P (kr) wrote: An ultra cheap wannabe Saw ripoff with schoolboy scripting, woeful acting (courtesy of both a Peter Krause and a Mary-Louise Parker sorta lookalike, with not one iota of either's ability) and illogical plotting. Laughably falling under the banner of Dimension Extreme, Steel Trap is totally awful, with not even effective gore effects to fall back on. PASS.
film w (ag) wrote: Like a Tarantino without any of his flare for dialogue. A comic book movie fittingly realised with comically bad English accents.
Luis H (mx) wrote: Amazing direction from Ang Lee, with astonishing action sequences and a nice story
Andr D (ru) wrote: Victor Salva fue condenado por abuso sexual infantil con un nino actor en el set de filmacion de su pelicula "Clownhouse". Luego de cumplir condena, escribio y dirigio "Powder", una cinta realizada por los estudios Disney acerca de un joven albino con una gran inteligencia y poderes mas alla de los humanos. Gracias a la actuacion de Sean Patrick Flanery, esta pelicula logra interesar, pero el tono ultradulzon y las metaforas adoctrinadoras sobre la tolerancia y el respeto a la diferencia son basicamente indigestas.
Jonny P (jp) wrote: "Cry Freedom" wanders away from expectation as this seeming story of racial freedom suddenly becomes a story of escape. Though the shift in focus is a very effective twist, it robs the film it's point (South African equality) in exchange for a weaker one (a white character's struggles). That being said, Washington and Kline have amazing performances in their roles and the supporting cast creates some wonderful emotional tension. Although no other actors particularly stand out, the family provides the necessary emotions to drive the second half of the film, particularly the eldest daughter's tears as they leave their home. If this film's goal was to to use a family's struggle to create a a heroic character expertly portrayed by Kevin Kline, it was a success; however, if this film was trying to promote the ideals historically prounounced by Steven Biko, it failed. The end credits prove this point as the list the injustices to South American prisoners feels awkward after final feel-good scene with the family. Good film, but it would've been better if it would've focused on Biko instead of Woods.
Kyoko K (au) wrote: cool 70s omnibus movies by 4 italian great directors
Doug N (ag) wrote: Betty Grable and Carol Landis are stunning in this early noir-style movie. Enjoy it for the performances and the tension between the leads - especially between Grable and Mature (Frank Christopher), and between Frank Christopher and his nemesis Inspector Ed Cornell.
Barry P (fr) wrote: Nicely woven story. Maggie and Will are a great non-match, and each give great performances. The Thompson and Hoffman characters seems a little naff and over played, which is perhaps not what one would expect given they are both more thespian in a traditional sense than the others. Very watchable, more than once or twice for me.
Dane P (de) wrote: Though it drags a bit at the middle the movie makes up for it in some really iconic scenes including a great climax!