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Phillip C (ca) wrote: "The Hidden Hand" is really bad, but in a good way, being a fun watch for people like me, who like to point and laugh at egregious misrepresentations of science and reality.However, my amusement is offset by sadness in seeing people who desperately need psychiatric help instead be facilitated and encouraged in their delusions by exploiting "experts."
Ben F (gb) wrote: "Moonlight Mile" is so good because it sets itself up in a really intriguing way, and has a pretty unique follow through. The cast is excellent, the story is intriguing, and Brad Silberling's direction allows you to have pretty strong ties with all of the characters. It's really well done. A husband and wife lose their only child, and her fiance moves in with them. Over the course of him staying with them, we learn new information about everyone, including relationships, and whereabouts of specific people. If it sounds like this synopsis is a little vague, than your right. It's been kind of a long time since I've seen this movie. I think it's been about a year, so its kind of hard to remember all of the story. But I remember how well done it was. And I think that's all that counts. Anyway this movie was particularly great because of it's acting. Susan Sarandon, Dustin Hoffman, and Jake Gyllenhaal were all absolutely brilliant from start to finish. Seriously, they really brought out the big guns for this movie. I think what was so good about it was how real the entire execution seemed. Each character has such depth, that its hard to comprehend that your actually watching a movie for some of the film. I think my actual favorite was Sarandon in this one. There were just some scenes where she really made you tear up. She was absolutely perfect. But it's hard to pick a favorite from these 3 heavy-weights. They were all really good.From what I remember, the cinematography was really well done. The funeral scene in the beginning, and the ending of the film had such vibrant colors and a distinct style from what I can recall. The film had this great aesthetic presentation, and you know that that always helps a movie. Really good stuff here. This review isn't long because like I said, I don't really remember a whole lot, and I guess that's a problem. I don't want to say that I don't remember a whole lot, because if I don't remember it, how can it be a good movie right? Well lets disregard my shortcomings and discuss how this movie is great. The acting is brilliant, the story is brilliant, the cinematography is brilliant, everything is brilliant. "Moonlight Mile" is a movie to watch, because of it's realism, and because of it's proximity to the heart. I highly recommend it.
Kerby H (de) wrote: This really lacks a narrative story line and has rather uninteresting dialogue. The visual effects were really well made and all, but when that's the focal point of the film, it doesn't have a lot going for it.
Red L (ru) wrote: I had mixed feelings after I watched this movie. It was entertaining, but not that enlightening.
Chris S (mx) wrote: A surprisingly good, low budget zombie flick. Its either a sequel or remake of "Night of the living dead' done in color with an upbeat 80s look. Sure the dialogue and acting were horrible but the zombies were pretty outstanding. worth the look.
Cathleen K (es) wrote: I had no idea what was going on.
Kyle B (ca) wrote: A very cute film with a nice performance from Kathleen Turner. The real star of the show though is Nicolas Cage who once again makes me scratch my head at how his career spiraled out of control when he is capable of performances like this. Definitely one of his best. Jim Carrey pops up for a few scenes and is great and Kevin J. O'Conner gave a great performance as well. It is well written, has great costumes, and a delightful soundtrack
Daryl G (es) wrote: A movie about a giant serpent, some guy has a connection with. He can see what the serpent sees. Kinda hit and miss, it's got it's moments were it's entertaining, but overall it's just so-so.
Matthew J (kr) wrote: Thou Peter Ustinov is my all time favorite Hercule Poirot this film was the worst of the series. Character of Poirot was not yet developed and obviously written for the much inferior Albert Finney. Thou everyone gives a great performances, the script is a little uptight and the writer got nothing by shortening the book and removing two characters except a very misguided film. It is so sad to think of what could have it been.
Greg W (mx) wrote: saw this as a kid anmd was just amazed now with all the darn remakes too bad somebody doesn't remake this one!
eby c (us) wrote: That's a real movieI don't understand what the movie reviewers are smoking but I find their reviews less and less reliable
Ilja S (fr) wrote: Ghost Rider is entertaining, but just as hard to get through. Nick Cages performance is not the best, and Eva Mendes' poorly written character adds absolutely nothing to the story. The plot has a whole lot of flwas, and ultimately, you don't really care how this movie ends. Never a good sign.
John O (de) wrote: What a piece of shit, I don't care if he's the son of John Wayne, Patrick Wayne sucks. I still love the Harryhausen stuff but everything else is just so melodramatic and cheesy.
Benedikte T (ag) wrote: This is just the worst film EVER.