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The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter David Seltzer torrent reviews
Kurt F (br) wrote: 9/14/16 I just watched this 2 nights ago, but these reviews need to be done immediately because I already forget my major comments about the film. The story is quit interesting, because it is true, but the film lacks some authenticity. Why in the world does the museum woman who has all this info on what the Nazis did with the art withhold that info? It is pretty obvious that it is done to add drama. It is also difficult to follow where the men are and what the objective of each group is. At one point, they are wandering around an abandoned city, then they are being shot at. Again, I think that was added for dramatic effect. I liked it, but it was hard to tell what they were doing and it was hard to tell when they were successful (or why it was successful).
SailorMoon797 F (fr) wrote: it's a comedy drama film of all time.
Ronald V (us) wrote: I've seen wild 7 last night, The first few minutes are interesting, but from then on the movie drags along, little or no background on the characters and the closure is weak, chopped of on the end. Bad, I honestly don't understand a 8/10 IMDB rating as the cover of the movie boasted about. Robert Forster made up for it on just appearing on screen, still two thumbs down.
Alejandra (ag) wrote: i want to see it really bad even if based on a true story i dont care i'll watch it anyway no one can stop me from watching a movie that's based on a true stoy no one
Sasha B (de) wrote: A moving film about issues of class and how cultural imperialism and religion help to maintain and define social structures in Mexico
Jonathan D (ru) wrote: Haunting and sensual. Can a father and son really relate that way? Can anyone? Confronting and inspiring.
Terri H (es) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Alfin N (fr) wrote: "I hate dogs.""Why is that?""Because they're dogs."
Michael A (it) wrote: hehe Mikey is my name
Mark B (fr) wrote: Woody Allen gives us a series of sketches related to his love of radio just before the beginning of the Second World War in America. Some are brilliantly done, some not so brilliant, so the energy lags. Many affinities to Neil Simon's later plays (no surprise there).
Christopher H (gb) wrote: Mmmmmmmm the good days. David Fincher potentially made his masterpiece. He made a completely different world, by different I mean really they dont even say what city they're in. The way the lighting was made the movie feel very dark, grimy and depressing. But with all of these still Se7en was a very fast moving film and very entertaining. Solid performances and a great script served as th foundation of this film. And of course let's not forget one of the most memorable climax of all time. Why did critics say the ending was stupid when it forst came out? I dont know just dont listen to them.
Bernard D (mx) wrote: The most boring western I have ever seen. Yikes what a waste of time. I truly regret watching this movie. Sure it had nice scenery but if I wanted to see scenery I'd have watched a documentary. About 1 minute of action at best and weak action if I may say.
Annie A (ru) wrote: How does this have a 95% rating?!?! It's okay at best but this was not scary..like at fucking all. 2 stars only for its originality and decent acting.