The Capture of Bigfoot
A series of killings occur, with no suspects, the locals soon decide that Bigfoot is responsible.
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Jen C (kr) wrote: Wonderfully funny and clever movie....very enjoyable - recommend it highly!
Sebastian D (fr) wrote: More than just a love story between two teenagers.
Nandan T (kr) wrote: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Extended Edition Review:The first part of the trilogy is quite slow. A lot of time to develop the characters. Overall a good start.
Alex S (jp) wrote: A surprisingly interesting film, considering RGV's downward slide of late, as others have noticed, good direction here, a subtle movie about energy and attraction, age gaps and life generally. Worth a watch.
Sol C (fr) wrote: I was happy to see Brooklyn College (the college that I attended) in this film, as the college where most of the action takes place. On the positive, the acting is really good. On the negative, the film feels too much like an after school special or a Lifetime TV film of the week. I figured out right away which character is doing the hate crime.
Randy P (ca) wrote: Except for a few gags that can cause a chuckle, it is filled with stereotypes and predictable plot points.
Kylie H (it) wrote: UGH! I hate Steve Martin.
Logan M (ag) wrote: "Singin' in the Rain" has remained a defining musical for the 1950s era and the modern era.
gary t (ca) wrote: wow what a movie...i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch..i think that vincent price is a good actor n he is really good throughout this movie...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that the spcial effects throughout this movie are really good throughout this movie...i think that the director of this Drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie
Walter M (it) wrote: In "Two Men in Town," Germain(Jean Gabin), an educator who volunteers for the parole board in a prison, puts his reputation on the line in writing when he states that Gino Strabliggi(Alain Delon, who also produced) is reformed after ten years in prison and deserves to be released two years early. Over strenuous objections, he gets his wish and Gino is as good as his word, as he is reunited with his dutiful wife Sophie(Ilaria Occhini) and gets a job as a printer. Even when his old cohort Marcel(Victor Lanoux) comes to pay a visit, he is not even tempted. Things do not go as well for Germain as he stops working at the prison after a prisoner's suicide and riot and moves to Montpelier to work with delinquents. "Two Men in Town" has some important things to advocate on the subject of prisoners deserving humane treatment, reform, not punishment, and the benefit of the doubt, no matter what they may have done in the past. All of which is too touchy a subject for any politician to take up as a cause. Otherwise, the movie is fairly routine but does play with a genre convention or two. Most of its allure comes from the movie's star power, especially an early confrontational scene between Alain Delon and Gerard Depardieu, that in retrospect could be seen as something of a changing of the guard.