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Sara R (ru) wrote: This was hysterical. Funny, well-acted, just a great way to kill some time. I really enjoyed it. Lyrics like 'You're making a mistake, his tongue and saliva I did forsake' ... are *funny*. That's humorous! Geesh. Even hockey can be poked fun of. I can believe, however, that the hockey games are bogus -- I know nothing of hockey but do about music and can attest that the music-playing scenes were ridiculous, stands to reason the hockey was too. But it's OK, everything doesn't have to be realistic. This is a musical, for crying out loud: it *is* ludicrous; that's the point. eh?
Millo T (us) wrote: For me, the real film that shows that you can make a good historical movie again. Tell us the story of Hypathia, the last great scientific of antiquity, a woman that defended that philosophy and knowledge were something important, model for feminists and scientifics. Takes us to Alexandria in the time of Romans, shows as the famous Lighthouse and the Library, and talks mainly about religious intolerance. A movie against fanatism, then and ever, in which we can find lots of things in common with our present time. Very intelligent movie, and a song directed to stars.
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Michael C (us) wrote: I am in the minority here. I love this film. The first time I saw it, I thought it was interesting but dull and self-obsessed (I mean, half the film is Gallo setting up the camera and sitting in front of it). I have to say though, it is a different film on second viewing. In context of the ending, you realize that everything about this movie, including the way that it's made, is a study of loneliness and guilt. And what at first seemed like self-obsession, is actually the deepest self-hatred.
Russell B (mx) wrote: In spite of a cast full of young, compelling actors and a battery of clever cinematic tricks, "I Love Your Work" came out as a preposterous, confused mess. Full of squandered potential, this film is perfectly performed and shot, but based on a script that's got far more ambition than intelligence.
Liv H (nl) wrote: Finding Neverland tells the wonderful and intriguing story of how the wonderful tale of Peter Pan came to be. I give this movie. 4/5 because it displays so wonderfully of what the characters have been through and how that turned into Peter Pan. The acting was amazing, Johnny Depp was wonderful as an author in struggle. Kate Winslet was marvelous as a mother, and the children's acting was amazing. As a very big Peter Pan fan, I loved seeing the connections between this film and Peter Pan, and how such a tragic story turned into the tale of Peter Pan. Some complaints I had of this film was they left out so much of the story of how Peter Pan came to be, missing out on the story of the boys father and more. That is why I gave this film a 4/5 stars.
Melissa D (mx) wrote: Rest in peace Sage Stallone.
Joseph B (us) wrote: Even with the Dreamtime intro and a few funny jokes going for it, FernGully is a half-baked, preachy film with underdeveloped characters, mediocre animation, needless songs, and various nonsensical additions.
jesse k (nl) wrote: "Say hello to my little friend, mang"
Johnathon W (nl) wrote: Comedy classic that holds up perfectly, thanks to two outstanding lead performances along with a sharp satire on class & crony capitalism. Murphy & Aykroyd are at their career best, bouncing between super rich & miserably poor effortlessly. Aykroyd particularly shines as his life slowly falls apart, and even when it gets pretty dark, you can't help but laugh. Both leads get great support from the rest of the cast, particularly Jamie Lee Curtis as the hooker with the heart of gold and both Ralph Bellamy & Don Ameche are perfect scumbags. Behind the camera, John Landis makes a pointed satire on class & crony capitalism and how those ahead rig the game to stay that way, while not being an condemnation of the getting rich in general (that's what the heroes ultimately do). Even the ridiculous parts work, some resulting in the film's biggest laughs (the gorilla sequence is laugh out loud funny). Overall, one of the funniest comedies ever and, since it takes place during Christmas, a great holiday film.
Sean N (us) wrote: So good I watched it twice in the last 9 months. A different kind of slasher that successfully breaks down the killer into a character study using voice overs and disturbing hallucination/dream sequences. A genuinely good movie
Aaron F (br) wrote: music was so amazing helping tell the story and give such a feeling to this movie with so few words. One of my all-time favorite Disney movies!