The Gang of Four
A drama following 4 women at stage school. Considered by some to be the summation of director Jacques Rivette's work as a whole.
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Matt R (kr) wrote: Better than it should have been. But was lacking in real emotion and pace. Mel shows he's still got it though and deserves a shot at Hollywood redemption, which hopefully comes with his film Hacksaw Ridge getting so much praise.
Sean R (ag) wrote: Appalling - bad cinematography, bad special effects, bad acting and script, and even the story line is nicked from an 1851 book! Even worse, this modern-day version shows how inhuman and dehumanising military-speak has become.
Hannah D (us) wrote: I enjoyed this short mostly black-and-white film about two teenage boys becoming friends when they meet in London. They both seem a bit lost, unsure of where their lives are going, but they encounter a bit of excitement when they both fall for a pretty, young French waitress and suddenly they have something to aim for: saving up for a trip to Paris so they can go and visit her.
Tyler H (br) wrote: A very good and underrated little gem of a Thriller here. Marisa Tomei gave one hell of a fantastic performance too. This a really hard film to review without giving away spoilers, so I'm going to keep this one short and sweet, if you like a good Psychological Thriller with a lot of twists and turns, then definitley check this one out. It'll keep you guessing all the way until the final scene.
VIking V (jp) wrote: Grindhouse film better than most of the zombie films that are out the now
Ivan M (ag) wrote: when we say create something different, unique and entertaining and then you make us Hannibal Rising, you are right there in our minds.
Jaime o (br) wrote: okay little indie flick. never did like how it ended so abruptly. blah.
Matt N (jp) wrote: I wouldn't consider wasting the valuable brain cells required to watch something ridiculous like Tupac attempting to be cool
Bryan G (nl) wrote: This football film is about the seedy side of what goes on in the NFL during the 70's. The film is set during the time when the coaches made more money than the players and the players are treated like crap. It's a good look at Football as a whole.
Adam D (it) wrote: a good movie interesting ending.
Maribeth K (de) wrote: Glad I revisited the story and saw the movie. Not a kids movie, but for those seeking perfection and purpose...as well as those who are "outcast by their flock" for walking to a different beat...
William L (de) wrote: poor writing acting was fair
Kim E (jp) wrote: Humorous sci-fi movie which has its ups and downs, the up being the Harryhausened sellenites and the down being the kids-in-rubber-suits-sellenites.
Bryan M (de) wrote: The late Oliver Reed stars in this effective werewolf story set in 19th century Europe. directed by Terence Fisher (Horror of Dracula).
Katie L (ru) wrote: Silent screen actress Mary Pickford's first talkie. While I think Mary did a great job (she definately deserved the Oscar she won for this film), the movie itself was just awful.
Leonard D (ag) wrote: A James Dean lookalike kicking ass? Sounds good to me!
Jonathan D (ca) wrote: With Clint Eastwood directing, Morgan Freeman playing Nelson Mandela, and Matt Damon sharing top billing, how could Invictus fail? The answer is that it doesn't, as this rich historical drama provides great insight into South African history and the philosophy of one of the 20th century's greatest leaders. The film tells the true story of Mandela's presidency as he struggles to overcome prejudice and years of hatred and violence between blacks and whites. Seeing in the nation's rugby team an opportunity to unite his people, he befriends the team's captain (Damon).While loaded with true-life sports movie clichs, Invictus overcomes them through the strength of its acting and the attention to political detail, from the desire of blacks to take back their country to the fears of whites about losing their voice in the newly democratic nation. I was fascinated and moved by the power of Mandela's philosophies of forgiveness, respect, and fellowship to steer both groups in the direction of unity. Invictus has brief strong language but is otherwise free of potentially offensive content.
Joe W (us) wrote: Pirates of the Caribbean dead man's chest, as for this is no one's cup of tea, for the credits that do this for a living, pirates of the Caribbean dead man's chest is an absolute must for all pirate lovers. I believe that pirates of the Caribbean dead man's chest is a fine and yet energetic film to witness. Just by the music of Han Zimmer is amazing. But my only flaw of the film is the lack of CGI. Such inventiveness is also apparent once we?re on board Davy Jones? slimy, barnacle-smothered ship The Flying Dutchman. While some of his bizarre, aquatic crewmembers suffer from obvious-CG-itis, Jones himself is a flawless creation, all dripping tentacles and twitching mannerisms, Bill Nighy as Davy Jones is a perfect picked for a awesome pirate. I am in love with Davy Jones in this film. Just the way by his speaking tone is so hunting and yet so fun to witness on screen. Pirates to the Caribbean dead man's chest is not a worthy film. But it's fun, energetic, hunting, and fun!! Grade 8/10
Jordan J (us) wrote: That was a great comedy. Oh wait was this supposed to be a scary suspenseful movie? Well I couldn't tell because of the terrible plot and effects.