The Mayor

The Mayor


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
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Eric P (ag) wrote: First heard about this in a interview with the director and Jenny Slate on NPR and have been wanting to see it ever since. It was worth the wait, really sweet little movie, I just wish it wasn't so topical right now.

Per M (br) wrote: nnu en C-rulle....riktigt kass, dliga skdisar trots B-skdisar som Casper Van Dien och Michael Beach.Det grafiska ser ut som det r gjort p en commendor 64 typ. Se inte skiten fr faaan rcker med att jag gjorde misstaget!

Kylee B (ru) wrote: Awesome documentary... Very informative yet it had me laughing at all of the political jabs! I think everybody ought to see this movie... makes you think about the political climate and learning from the mistakes of the past.

Pedro S (es) wrote: comment...........

Christina C (de) wrote: Saw this film last week and loved it. It's very gritty in some places, and very funny in others. Colin Farrell, of whom I am no fan, is perfect as the annoying and rather unlikeable criminal, Meaney just embodies the persona of Irish Cop Extraordinaire, MacDonald is wonderful as the confused ex-girlfriend looking for love, Henderson is just simply superb as her sister, the moody and depressed (for a really good reason I might add) chick with somewhat of a grooming problem, and finally, Murphy as the lovable slacker/loser who is sweet and stupid all at the same time. Honourable mention to Murphy's dorky pal who works with him at the supermarket, and MacDonald and Henderson's mum. All in all, this excellent ensamble cast made this film highly enjoyable and thoroughly well-presented. This film comes highly recommended.

Pavan R (ru) wrote: Quite an inspiring movie...Proud to be an Indian.....good watch!!!!!!!

Devin R (jp) wrote: I liked this! Don't care what anyone else says! Nice thriller where some clear thought went into the subject matter.

Amit K (ru) wrote: That was dead predictable!

Jacob B (it) wrote: 'Tales From the Darkside: The Movie' left me shaken and a little stirred like the way a martini would be at the bar. Its problem lies in its laughability at times and how the actors in the 'Lot 249' segment feel as if they are tired of being given this script to do. My hope is the show is actually better. But this movie makes for great entertainment for horror and anthology fans

Lee M (ca) wrote: Has all the advantages and the disadvantages of a home movie. It is impertinent, audacious, abounding in fresh ideas, considerably untraditional ideas. On the other hand, it is disjointed, with no real characters, preachy, the script unsufficiently developed and the acting often amateurish.

Jacob B (gb) wrote: It's stupid, it's cheesy but with a proper 90's feel to it's action sequences, it's insanely fun to watch.B+

Jack P (us) wrote: My fav movie of all time! Love it ?????????????

Jonathan C (br) wrote: This one just didn't come together for me like I had hoped it would. I can see it working for some people, but the connection never came for me.

Dylan D (nl) wrote: Zombieland is a genre lover's dream come true, a movie that's put it all together, realized what the genre is all about, and what it needs to continue on, at least with a fresh and novel approach to keep things cinematically interesting until the real Zombies start poking their (literally) rotten noses into everything, and then movies won't matter, anyway. Indeed, Zombieland is the Star Trek of its genre. Hip, happening, true to its roots, but taking a few liberties and incorporating some new ideas that make it all the more fun and fresh and infinitely entertaining, Director Ruben Fleischer's Zombieland is primed to become a modern classic and a pillar in Zombie movie lore. With a sequel rumored to be in the works, cinephiles can only hope that the (potential) series retains the charm, wit, and allure of this exceptionally-crafted and altogether wonderful Horror/Comedy hybrid extravaganza.

Willie J (ag) wrote: "Scoop" is nothing special, nothing inventive, and even predictable. Yet the duo of Woody Allen and Scarlett Johansson is so attractive, we can't resist. This crime-comedy about a journalist trying to solve a case of serial murders, is hilarious. Does it make any difference Woody gave himself all the best lines? The master of one-liners strikes again. I'd like to add Hugh Jackman does a fine job as well, although his performance is not a stand out. And neither is Scarlett Johansson's. Whilst she was fine in the Allen persona role, it was simply OK. It is good enough to watch, but there were times we could sense someone else would be better suited for the role. Nonetheless, Allen keeps us laughing through this film, and that is it's saving grace from triteness ruining the whole experience.

Graydon B (kr) wrote: A sad sad ending to this franchise, Jaws 4: The Revenge is terrible! boring plot, dialogue, illogical as shit, terrible special effects, bland characters, and so much more! Easily one of the WORST films of all time! But it sure is entertaining at times! Avoid at all times unless you like bad films like me!