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The Perfect Game
Based on a true story, a group of boys from Monterrey, Mexico who become the first non-U.S. team to win the Little League World Series.
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Rigsen G (de) wrote: It's kind of rare to see pretty idols who actually act good. It also appears to be a good refresher to its genre (which the Twilight saga almost ruined).
Nilesh J (it) wrote: The predictable story is all about the chemistry between the characters, songs and stage shows. These are all delivered extremely well to make a perfect sweet movie.
Halley M (de) wrote: never seen a preview for it..but it sounds kinda good.
Ecel P (jp) wrote: This is actually a rather must see for men. Here is a woman who thought of how she could get back to all the men who swore to love her only to hurt her in the end. And its also a very entertaining film even for women...hahaha
Carnell G (au) wrote: i want to see the movie
Dorianator F (au) wrote: Pretty good movie. Good acting, great music, pretty decent plot. I just thought it was a bit disorganized. And I thought the whole assassin story was a little off-putting.
Sooty M (kr) wrote: This is a film that will take every ounce of your faith in the human condition to emerge from it unscathed by the unconscionable acts of cruelty committed against women born to low caste families. It is truly a curse to be a low caste daughter in rural India because your family views you as a burden and at a tender age, your father suddenly becomes your pimp. Apart from depicting the subjugation of women, this film is also a harrowing interpretation of the bandit queen's life. It succeeds in unflinchingly eliciting in the viewer that rancid taste for female existence such that one would gladly trade spaces as Phoolan Devi with a lamb destined for slaughter. The emotional rawness, combined with the breathtaking cinematography makes 'Bandit Queen 'a diamond in the rough.
Martin S (gb) wrote: Which one of these dino-flicks (both based on a novel and released in 1993) would you rather watch to spend your weekend? 1: The high-budget film (directed by Steven Spielberg) with realistic animatronic dinosaurs created by Stan Winston, a great cast and lots of entertainment. Or... 2: The poor man's version of dino-flick Nr. 1. Produced by Roger Corman, with laughable effects, pathetic acting and a nonsensible storyline: chickens laying eggs contaning killer dinosaurs going on a rampage, while an epidemic of a bacteria of some kind that makes women around the world give birth to dinosaurs in generall. If you chose Nr. 1, you've made a wise choice.
Janne S (ca) wrote: Kind of fitting biopic I suppose since most of Bruce Lee's films were quite rubbish as well.
Ashley H (ca) wrote: North Dallas Forty is a decent film. It is about a semi-fictional account of life as a professional football player. Nick Nolte and Charles Durning give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Ted Kotcheff did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and humor.
Jon H (ag) wrote: Technically crude but still really funny. Notable also as the first feature ever screened at the Toronto International Film Festival.
C J (ru) wrote: between the stereotypes/racism & the choppy/sloppy script this was a flop for me. back to the library it goes.
Isadore H (br) wrote: A hilarious documentary style film about five aspiring jihad terrorists who are living in the U.K. This is one of the funniest films I've ever seen, the jokes are all great and the acting is equally as hilarious. The final act got a little to dark than I thought the rest of the film was going for, but there were still plenty of funny moments there too
Yash B (br) wrote: It's a fun movie that kids and adults can enjoy together. Visually impressive and full of mystery.
Andrew S (gb) wrote: Murray plays Frank Cross, a ruthless TV executive confronted with the slapstick ghosts of Christmas past, present and future. Will a night of zonked-out horror convince the heartless Frank to change his ways?
Stuart K (gb) wrote: Written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino, (Il Divo (2008) and The Great Beauty (2013)), this came about after Sorrentino met Sean Penn at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, where Il Divo premiered. Penn wanted to work with Sorrentino, and Sorrentino worked on something with Penn in mind, and the finished result is a very different kind of film, it's a good drama but it requires patience. Retired rock star Cheyenne (Penn) has been retired from music for 20 years, and lives with his wife Jane (Frances McDormand) in a large house on the outskirts of Dublin. When Cheyenne hears his father is dying he travels to New York to reconcile, only to arrive too late. He later learns his father was persecuted by the Nazi's in Auschwitz, mainly at the hands of SS Officer Alois Lange (Heinz Lieven). Cheyenne meets professional Nazi hunter Mordecai Midler (Judd Hirsch), who claims that Lange isn't worth going after, but Cheyenne heads off across America looking for Lange, finding Lange's family and anyone who knew him. This is the sort of film that would split people down the middle, and there is a lot to admire about it, and you haven't seen Penn like this before. But it's a little bit too serious, (well, regarding the subject matter, it had to be), but it might have ruined the film completely if it was a bit more tongue in cheek, but this'll do.