The Children's Hour
A troublemaking student at a girl's school accuses two teachers of being lesbians.
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Rong H (ru) wrote: Love the music, love the plots, and like the actors
Heather M (es) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.
Pearce D (nl) wrote: Pretty cool, but you never get to see Wu-Tang perform!
Ashley S (gb) wrote: sounds good, lets go see it
Brendan L (nl) wrote: Honestly I think a really really underated movie. Needs to be on DVD!
Davey M (nl) wrote: The low-budget sense of exploitation-movie artifice works for the film at least as much as it works against it--it's a sloppy film, but Scorsese uses the sloppiness to its advantage, delivering some powerful moments and developing visual cues that would come to be trademarks in the process. The bluegrass score is effective and the cyclical narrative framework is pretty devastating; what faults there are lie mainly in the script, which feels like the "Bonnie and Clyde" ripoff it probably was, and, despite some good performances, there isn't much of a sense of roundness to or intimacy with any of the characters. Still, it's a surprisingly effective and well-crafted film; it holds up on its own, and really fits into the director's oeuvre, with Scorsese's eye for historical authenticity, shocking violence, and religious obsession.
Nikolas G (ag) wrote: SURREALISM AGAIN.....now the problem is where to find anyone this film i saw some old rare films in France Institute in Greece ...my advice to all who searching is ....download from some Spanish or Mexican sites the other solution is the Embassies of Spain or Mexico
Daniel R (mx) wrote: The premise is very interesting, and while there were a lot of different ways the script could have gone, The Purge feels like nothing more than a wasted opportunity.Almost every character makes a choice that is either needlessly irrational or just utterly stupid, either way, it makes them all very unlikable.
Anggita I (fr) wrote: This docudrama movie keeps me chilling when I watch it. One of the best mountaineering-true-story to be put on the wide screen.
Dan S (br) wrote: Imagine every football movie, throw in every clich to the max, and you have this film, about a small Texas town obsessed with high school football and how the backup quarterback (James van der Beek) rises to fame after the starting quarterback (Paul Walker) goes down with an injury in large part to his egotistical coach's (Jon Voight) poor decision making. The characters are caricatures, not really well developed and overacted to the extreme, especially by Voight in a scene-chewing, though admittedly enjoyable, performance. Half of the actors look ten years out of high school but they are still playing high school students. You can pretty much call every scene in the movie from beginning to end, but for some odd reason, you still end up liking the ride for the most part. It's fluff entertainment that does not have any interest in being anything more than that, but as long as you are okay with that, it's an alright film.
Travis A (ca) wrote: Over the top and unconvincing acting trying to prop up a uninteresting, uninspired and unbelievable plot made for an almost unbearable experience.