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Joyan P (nl) wrote: Unbelievable that this is a true story.
Rich L (ru) wrote: This film has everything I love, an exciting storyline, more than one interesting and engaging characters, interesting sets and scenary, snappy dialogue, something to think about and a cracking soundtrack. Saoirse Ronan gives possibly the stand out performance of her career so far, Eric Bana is excellent and there is a host of other good performances in support lead by Cate Blanchett. The actions is fast paced and I was always left wondering what is going to happen next. The settings from Africa to France to Austria to Germany and many more are fascinating. And the soundtrack by the Chemical Brothers tops it all off.
Terry H (au) wrote: good family movie. fun and exciting. little cheesy with documentary style interviews.
Serenity T (it) wrote: It was a sad show but nice.
Dave P (br) wrote: Just saw it again and it's still brilliant!
John M (ru) wrote: What's most annoying about this movie is that it thinks it's clever, perhaps too clever for the audience, when, in fact, it's stupid and unbelievable. The shame is that without the we're-cleverer-than-you attitude, in other words, without the silly last third, and with a little brain power behind it, this could have been an interesting film that satisfies, rather than an intriguing first two thirds and a stupid last part.
Alex W (fr) wrote: Completely random horror B-Movie. It's neither good or bad it's like animal house met evil dead 2 but not as funny as either.
Nate W (ag) wrote: An impassioned New York union man comes to a small southern baptist town entirely dependent on the local textile mill for economic support, and convinces working girl Norma Rae to take up the fight for organized labour, much to the chagrin of the belligerent management. Sally Field is excellent as Norma Rae, finding just the right note of cultural authenticity without being exploitive or traipsing into melodrama. One could fault the screenplay for its one-sided depiction of complicated labour politics, presenting the workers as stalwart victims and the bosses as inhuman demons, when, in fact, there are complexities in the issues that go unexplored. But to have been so objective would have diminished the dramatic pull of the picture, turning it into a head-scratching mess. As it is, the film works quite well. Director Martin Ritt does a good job at evoking the noisy, sweaty, hostile environment of the factory floor with smart photography and sound design.
Orlok W (nl) wrote: Dialogue-Driven Film That Sets the Tone for the Era--Fun B-Horror!!
Francisco L (ca) wrote: Unoriginal, very predictable, poor story and not credible, Soul Surfer brings to us a schmaltzy story where that nor the charismatic characters neither the stunning waves can rescue.