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Aiden M (nl) wrote: i have seen this movie it is awesome
Ethan P (jp) wrote: The Homesman is as plain and virtuous as its main character until about halfway through, where it decides it is better than the average movie and adds an interesting twist to the story and puts Tommy Lee Jones character to a moral test. The movie is sad and plain at times, but there are moments of greatness and is a very decent movie.
Cathy Morris A (gb) wrote: Really sweet. If life were only as simple as portrayed in this film of the friendship between a Muslim and a Jewish girl - each required by their heritage to enter into arranged marriages.
Michelle D (ag) wrote: Martin Lawrence, Monique, and Michael Clrake Duncan were hilarious in this. Much funnier than I thought it would be.
Tom T (fr) wrote: A bit too self-congratulatory of a bio-pic if ya ask me
Russell H (au) wrote: A little bit of throwback but most of the movie is ridiculous.
Miodrag L (es) wrote: Wow, i had low expentations, but whoa! This was a great movie.
Kevin S (it) wrote: Surprisingly acceptable
Art S (gb) wrote: Having lost its ability to shock over the years (not withstanding some definitely NSFW scenes, as they say), Makavejev's collage/essay film feels more like a jumbled mess of found footage than a coherent treatise equating sexual repression and Stalinist totalitarianism. But in the context of Yugoslavia in 1971, it probably boosted everybody's orgone energy (even if it offended the true followers of Wilhelm Reich).
Brad G (au) wrote: Rankin-Bass, the fine folks that brought you Christmas classics like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman, deliver this bizarre madcap Halloween celebration starring stop-motion Boris Karloff and his buddies Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, The Creature, The Hunchback, The Invisible Man, etc... At a 95 minute runtime, Mad Monster Party rambles on with maybe one or two many musical numbers but if yer a fan of classic monsters than you'll have a good time. VF.
Dave J (gb) wrote: Wednesday, August 24, 2011 (1966) Funeral in Berlin THRILLER Second film using the Harry Palmer character created by author Len Deighton with the first "The IPCRESS File"- this time has Michael Caine in the lead role helping some Russian General escape through some walls somewhere in Berlin! Double crossings and intrigue but lacks alot of suspense which made the first version work so well! Theirs some good dialogue but does not contain not much else! 2.5 out of 4
Jillian S (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever!
Tyler P (ru) wrote: Sans doute un des meilleur thriller fantastique. Du velours du dbut la fin.
Stanley C (it) wrote: I'm obviously not blind to the topics of Bill Wiilliamson's political rambling 4-minute lecture speech, in my opinion what Bill ranted out in his speech are rather "incidents" for the U.S., they're not fault worthy flaws or wrong-doings of the United States. Though of course, Bill only wants the earth's population cut down so that he himself won't have to compete for resources so harshly, so I'm just going to accept that Bill only aired his message just so riots and anarchy can begin and with so many executions going on, he'll finally find employment and money for himself, not the country as a whole, just himself. While I'm not a fan of Rampage 1, the sequel was genius in my opinion, it's under-screened and under-advertised, the story of Bill taking hostages and using Chip specifically for complicated demands, regardless of any political ideology attached to such demands, was what really honed the movie.
Andrew S (de) wrote: The Darkest Hour is the story of five young people who find themselves stranded in Moscow, fighting to survive in the wake of a devastating alien attack. The thriller highlights the classic beauty of Moscow alongside mind-blowing special effects.