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Marco R (nl) wrote: it is an amazing movie with turns but really good
Jason B (gb) wrote: Pretty interesting to see how modern skateboarding came to be.
Joe M (it) wrote: Good film, equal to the fist installment in story and quality.
Rasheda B (jp) wrote: dis films so boring i wke up in da mornin, put dis movie on n coz it was soo borin i fell asleep GEN!!!
Sean C (us) wrote: Absolutely Amazing, go Whoopie...and the ending...that was freaiky. This movie is worth watching again just to see what you missed.
Stefan G (de) wrote: Pretty in Pink perhaps illustrates why I hate the teen movie genre. The main characters act like immature brats who know nothing about the world outside high school romance, and if you hated Jon Cryer's character in Two and a Half Men before seeing this, his character in this film is no better. Some have referred to this film as essentially the Brat Pack take on Cinderella, but such an assessment couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, if it is Cinderella, then it's passed through a typically obnoxious John Hughes filter. The writing is quite hackneyed, but then again, what more could I expect from a typical 80's teen movie? In this regard, the film's main problem is that the characters are very unconvincing. I fail to see how a rich boy would even be remotely interested in a poor girl like the one played by Molly Ringwald (to be fair, pretty much everyone went after her back in the day). To be fair, the film does have good production values and an even better selection of music, but that doesn't make up for a teen "comedy" with no laughs whatsoever. If it was funny back then, then it must have aged terribly, like most films of the genre. The teen movie itself may as well be a leprous neanderthal limping as it clings hopelessly to life, as illustrated unfailingly by not only this movie, but also John Hughes' many copycats. To be fair, there are films like it that are actually good, but this film is little more than a badly aged and embarrassingly dated relic the 80's.
John Joseph M (es) wrote: Brandon Maggart is something else in this film.
Bobby D (br) wrote: The film didn't work for me. Slow paced and meandering, something the real Ali wasn't. Will Smith seems miscast and doesn't seem to capture Ali's unique style and charisma. The film suffers from a bad script and could easily be cut down by an hour. I hope someone does a new Ali story someday and avoids the mistakes in this one.
Donald D (mx) wrote: Underrated thriller. Clever twist, tense, a few cheap scares, but mostly good ones. And the resolution is very well done. It doesn't reinvent the genre or anything, but it is a good addition. You do have to suspend your disbelief a bit more than is reasonable for certain aspects to make sense.
Lee M (jp) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, Features plenty of soft-focus, picture-perfect, father-and-son baseball scenes, an enormous amount of plot, and not quite enough of anything else.
Sierra W (nl) wrote: Fun movie and musical, but not the most meaningful.
Boo B (jp) wrote: Garbage! I shut it off after 25 mins.