William Topaz McGonagall, the world's greateset poet. Unfortunately the whole of the rest of the world disagreed. His talent made him a sort of Victorian Chris Evans but without the cash. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Great McGonagall
William Topaz McGonagall, the world's greateset poet. Unfortunately the whole of the rest of the world disagreed. His talent made him a sort of Victorian Chris Evans but without the cash.
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Jenn B (fr) wrote: Irritating. Chill the fuck out.
Cale H (mx) wrote: Greatest Movie I have ever seen!!! Great Story, Great Music, Great Actors, its Australian and its inspired by the greatest band on earth AC/DC!!!!!!!! BOOYEAH!
Eric J (gb) wrote: Convoluted and rather boring. I barely made it through it
Alexander P (it) wrote: I liked Bana in this, but the film itself is not that great.
Danny O (au) wrote: Amistad is a well made film. The introduction is very intense, and then the movie turns into a political debate. That's fine, most of it is really well done. But some of those scenes do tend to drag. The cast is overall very good, McConaughey is believable as the lawyer fighting for the slaves rights, and Morgan Freeman is a fellow abolitionist. It has some powerful and memorable scenes, but also some dull and forgettable ones. The movie does tend to drag as it exceeds 2 and a half hours. It is well made, well acted, and pretty interesting though, and definitely worth seeing. Amistad gets 3.5/5 stars (B).
Private U (de) wrote: its one of those feel good movies when the mans gettin ya down.
Wendy J (ag) wrote: Very funny, very British. There's a sex scene, so I couldn't share it with my kids, which was a pity.
Alan F (jp) wrote: High praises to the costumes and sets of this production, as well as the performances of Irene Papas and Genevieve Bujold. Irene Papas is completely regal and properly stoic (although the real-life Katherine of Aragon was not olive-skinned nor did she have black hair), and Genevieve Bujold's acting as Anne Boleyn incites the proper feelings of hatred against the historical selfish creature who brought nothing but more trouble to England. Richard Burton is not a very convincing Henry VIII, but I must admit that he is a slightly better physical choice than the actor chosen for the Showtime TV series...
Riff R (de) wrote: A bundle of knackered tropes wrapped in apathy. Someone's grandma will snooze through this happily, much as Pacino seemed to.
Ben C (mx) wrote: This is not Verhoeven's weakest outing at directing a movie. What made this somewhat disappointing is that the Hollow Man starts off as a Science Fiction where a cocky scientist attempts to turn invisible and back to impress his female co-worker, and it gradually evolves into a horror movie where the one that started everything attempts to end everything. In a nutshell, it would be as if Paul Verhoeven decided to direct The Fly, with a few notable connections thrown in. Though I have to say, some of the camera direction and the special effects really are spectacular.
Tania A (de) wrote: Funny and cheesy movie that had a few good moments. Nice chemestry between Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy
Monica S (nl) wrote: awesome director. Just watched overlord, what a beautiful work of art.
Brad S (ru) wrote: Pretty weak script, but Jackie and Owen are fun together so it makes for a barely passable film. For fans of the actors only!
adam b (fr) wrote: A gorier and more violent version of Emmerdale. I think it got a bit confused with what storyline it wanted to go with and I'm surprised how well one character took it when someone tried to bury them alive, but apart from that it's fairly tense and enjoyable.