A truly mad concoction, blending 1950s juvenile delinquents, sci-fi melodrama, song-and-dance, and a touch of horror, everything in just the right combination to create an engaging big ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ghastly Love of Johnny X
A truly mad concoction, blending 1950s juvenile delinquents, sci-fi melodrama, song-and-dance, and a touch of horror, everything in just the right combination to create an engaging big ...
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Maurcio V (fr) wrote: Agradvel e espertinho. Est longe de ser o melhor filme do Woody Allen ao mesmo tempo em que arranca do Owen Wilson a sua melhor perfomance at hoje.
Naresh K (jp) wrote: What to say ... It just left me speechless with it's deep emotions ...it's a movie about child innocence .... Impatient adults n their anxiety.... Our beautiful Kerala ...minus the technology n city ...about very unique friendships that We make n last for a lifetime .......At different intervals of the movie I was left wth tears , thinking of my childhood..happiness ... Disappointments ...littles lies n fight that I miss now .... I love the way it took me back in time n helped me to remember those childhood moments ... As well as dragged me into a thought that even if we try would be able to get back to the same state of life... would our next generation will have the same days or atleast the same innocence of though.... its hard..
lame o (it) wrote: Its an interesting movie but the problem is the story never goes anywhere. Just some people thrown together and there paths intertwine.
PierreLuc S (fr) wrote: Franois Damiens Fan Club ----- groupe facebook!! hh
Crucio R (nl) wrote: Not as good as 1st one but also a good one..
Blake B (de) wrote: One of my favorites. Is it flawless? Nah. Is it fun. YES!
Private U (gb) wrote: A shocking and hilarious social commentary.
yogesh b (ru) wrote: hi tara see your movie Bombay Boys like it very much you look gorgeous & beauty want to be your friend will you god bless you fullfill your wish plz reply me
Jen W (au) wrote: i can't find this movie...i have the soundtrack
Brad S (de) wrote: - I really enjoyed watching this one again. The writing is great, and I love John Cusack and Dan Aykroyd are hilarious, and Minnie Driver is very charming in this. An excellent black comedy well worth watching.- Just watched this one again for the first time since it came out. It still holds up and as a smart, fun comedy. Cusack and Driver are excellent and Aykroyd is very funny. Give this one a try, and if you've already seen it, watch it again!
Jorie P (kr) wrote: This movie is so much fun. I didn't even recognize David Wenham until my mom pointed him out and I think he's great.
Christopher M (es) wrote: Wow can't believe I never watched this when it came out. The acting was great and the cinematography was absolutely stunning, when the camera pulls away from the tipped over car at the end, that was awesome. The chase scenes seemed real unlike a lot of "hollywood" movies and that actually interested me. I think they coulda done more with the ending, I was kinda disjointedness at the pointlessness of the film in general. I liked the characters but, there was no real reason to care for any of these characters, they really deserve everything they got.
Stephanie R (nl) wrote: Love this movie!! One of my childhood favorites!
Mark K (au) wrote: Trains, murders, and a tough guy - Charles Bronson. What, another 'Taking of Pelham 1-2-3?' Nope, wrong. Breakheart Pass is a western that actually features action on a train, not just a train full of bad guys pulling into Dead End Gulch. The movie adaptation was based upon the novel by famous yarnster Alistair MacLean, who also wrote the screenplay. An unusual murder mystery, Breakheart Pass has Charles Bronson, and old-school badass, who steps out of his usual tough guy role, and plays a dangerous murderer. Wait, I guess that's not so different from his usual roles! However, in this film, he shows some of that craggy charisma he did in films like the Magnificent Seven. In fact, it's probably the most lines he ever had in a movie. Set in the 1870's, aboard an army supply train in the Old West, the film is noteworthy because it's quite different from the usual gunslingers and range wars fare. Bronson plays his character with the usual grim-faced, gravel-voiced skill, and he's surprisingly effective here. The film also has a load of familiar old film stars supporting him in various roles, and they all look right at home in this western. The mystery of what's going on is slowly unraveled as the train chuffs slowly through the snowbound wilderness. There's some very cool photography, and the fact that it was shot aboard an authentic steam train in some beautiful locations elevates it from the humdrum. Although the pacing is a little slow, it does move along, sort of at a 1870 steam train pace. Unlike static western town scenarios, this murder mystery action western has some great scenery and action on and nearly off the train. The characters are straight out of the book with a few modifications, and they're all distinct and interesting. Charles Durning, Richard Crenna and Ben Jonson put on their Western personas here, and have fun with it. The result is an entertaining yarn about the old west, and there's even a pretty damsel (a still youthful Jill Ireland - Bronson's wife). It's a straightforward script, with good guys, bad guys, and those caught in between. It's up to you to figure out who really is who they say they are.
Brandon M (jp) wrote: My full opinion: 3/4.
lachlan k (br) wrote: The idea of a cynical loner gradually warming and becoming best friends with, a comic relief character in a journey of self discovery is very similar to shrek so in that respect ice age is nothing new but it's other details that make ice age stand out. The film goes into much darker territories than films in the pixar and dreamworks cannon by exploring death not in a weepy way but as a tool for revenge something that has been previously been unexplored to this level and as well as this there were incredible moments of poignancy such as the beutifully crafted cave scene which will make even pixar worry. Say what you like about the sequels (I'll probably agree) but this is a beutifully and often underated animated classic in it's own right.
Christopher B (jp) wrote: This wasn't half bad. Just don't go in expecting a lot.
Alex M (de) wrote: Ive read the book. Brilliant book, it is. (James Pattersonnnnn) Read some of these reviews and Im kinda disappointed.....Maybe Ill enjoy the movie???