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Quintin H (us) wrote: this movie right here is just VIOLENT.... It puts ong bak series to the test....
Giorgio P (es) wrote: Absolutely depressing. It's what they would show Malcolm Mcdowell in A Clockwork Orange when he's tied down to a seat with his eyes clamped open.
Mouhannad S (de) wrote: I have always enjoyed Steven Seagal's films but this was awful. Please - don't waste your time watching it. Sorry
Michelle R (mx) wrote: JACK IS FINALLY BACK!!! I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THIS AND ITS GOING TO ROCK HARD CORE! I hope they expand the entire Jack Daniel slash!
Eric J (us) wrote: Read the book: "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy."
Jayakrishnan R (nl) wrote: 89%Watched this on 10/5/15This is by far the best Vietnam war film that I have seen, I have already watched all the much renowned films like Platoon, Apocalypse Now, The Thin Red Line and any that you can name. Then why is this so? plain and simple, We Were soldiers is although a bit preachy, is packed with the much requisite action that is almost missing out on all the above mentioned films, moreover it expertly crafts the perils of war through it's extreme violence. It also puts a human shade to people on both sides of the war rather than a one sided attempt. Director Randall Wallace has done a fine job.
Reilly J (gb) wrote: WARNING MAY CONTAIN MINOR SPOILERS This is the definition of haunting film. This sleeper directed by Tim Blake Nelson is about the Sonderkomando who were Hungarian Jews employed during the Holocaust to usher fellow Jews into the gas chamber and then process and destroy bodies in exchange for luxuries for four months before they were exterminated themselves and replaced with a new team. Out of all the Holocaust films I've seen I gotta say that this is the most bleak, most depressing of them all. It's true that most Holocaust films like Schindler's List and The Pianist are depressing, but if you think about them they are usually inspiring. Schindler's List ended on a happy note with all those Jews safely working away in the factory, even kinda funny seeing they are making dodgey shells for the Germans, The Pianist ended with him becoming a famous pianist and there was the regretful Nazi, Life is Beautiful ended with the father dead but the mother and child safe, those were all good endings, if only all the stories ended like that. This one does not, there are no happy endings, no humour, no regretful Nazis, in fact most of the Jews in the film are dodgey, in doing this it is being true to the nature of the Holocaust. It may be depressing, but so was the Holocaust. This bleak film is loaded with moral dellemars and ethical debates and slight glimpses of hope throughout and is guarnteed to shock, disturb and depress you. I don't want to spoil the ending, but I'll tell you now I was shaking! This ranks along side Schindler's List and Life is Beautiful as one of the best Holocaust films ever made and gets 5 stars from me.
Samuel B (it) wrote: Just watched this for the first time the other day on Netflix streaming and don't know why I'd never heard of it before, especially with a cast like Uma Thurman, Robert Deniro, and Bill Murray in his heyday. Wasn't the best movie, but still a well worth watching and takes one back to those early 90s days. I find it hard to keep track of who's who in Hollywood and Popland these days, maybe that means I am officially old??
Chesty M (jp) wrote: What I love about Allison Anders is her ability to mix in her own personal experiences without being too self-serving. Simple story, done well. The New Mexico setting also compliments the movie.
Mike S (mx) wrote: One of my favorites from back in the day. It's cheesy and so much fun to be with on rainy days when I want to flee my busy life.
John S (au) wrote: I don't really care if it is a little cheesy, I like it.
Zahran Z (de) wrote: Supper action pack...just like an Indiana Jones movie
Kathryn D (fr) wrote: One of my forever favorite movies!
Sherri R (it) wrote: I love Cory! I love anything Neil Simon writes.
David M (ca) wrote: A great gangster flick and Pacino gives a performance to remember
Heather M (br) wrote: Pure insanity. It is violent and fast-paced and brutal until the very end.
Ashley H (br) wrote: Gosford Park is an excellent film. It is about showing the lives of upstairs guest and downstairs servants at a party in a country house in England in 1932. Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon give remarkable performances. The screenplay is well written. Robert Altman did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama.