The Prince and the Pauper
Long ago in a land with an ailing king, there was a pair of boys who looked exactly alike, a pauper called Mickey and the other, the Crown Prince.
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Andy V (au) wrote: Charming and funny, and doesn't take itself too seriously
Russ B (mx) wrote: 4/16/2017 (2): Ok at best. Scrat provided the only laughs in the flick.
Joetaeb D (it) wrote: An unnecessary sequel to an already insufficient adaptation, Garfield: A tale of to kitties is even more uninspired and reference heavy that should appeal only to the tykes and those parents who don't see the series as a whole to be disgraceful to the classic strip.
Caesar M (ru) wrote: Ghajini is a movie that instantly became a favorite of mine after watching it. While I'm certainly no expert in the drama genre, I will say this movie provide an experience anyone could enjoy. Ghajini is about a student who is endangered after she warns a wealthy male that a crazed recluse with short term memory loss is out to kill him, not knowing the reason behind the recluse's actions. If you watched Memento than you know what you'll be getting into with this movie. Ghajini borrow heavily from Memento, but it has enough original ideas to have it own identity. It has everything you could want in a well told story as it has a hateful villain, deeply developed characters, a fascinating hero, and finally a balance between the light hearted and serious scenes. It's truly a masterpiece in storytelling and it's certainly something I won't forget anytime soon. From a technical standpoint it's visually appealing and poetic creating the right emotion for our characters and the story itself. I'm also going to give praise to the cast, especially Amir Khan who stole the show as Sanjay. I especially loved Asin Thottunkal who isn't another pretty face as a love interest, her character is very likable and well developed that she's easily one of the best love interest ever written for a movie. I'm no stranger when it comes to giving a perfect rating for a movie, but there are some things that viewers won't get behind as not everybody shares the same opinion on movies. Some will probably hate how it goes from a serious drama to a love story out of nowhere, the random musical numbers, and finally the length of the movie. Now I welcome it creative storytelling (I even liked the musical numbers) and it length wasn't a problem for me as I got behind Amir character and the more I got to see his story revolve the more the movie grabbed my attention. Now while these flaws may be a problem for some viewers, I personally had no problem with these flaws. Ghajini is a movie that provides a emotionally deep fascinating story, visually stunning cinematography, a great cast, and gives you a memorable experience. Ghajini is a must watch movie that provides all the goods you could want in a good movie.
Barry H (jp) wrote: This movie has some funny bits, but sometimes it just falls short.
Rick D (br) wrote: Needs a re-watch. May not be as dumb as I remember
Don S (gb) wrote: The dubbed version, which is apparently also missing 20 minutes of footage, is on Netflix. As usual, the dubbing is awful. This version makes little sense and plays like an episode of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. The effects are better than average, but the story is so choppy it just becomes all flash. Even the talented Zhang Ziyi can't save this.
Greg W (au) wrote: no 'i see dead people'... but a descent supernatural thriller
Lee M (de) wrote: A highly absorbing but naggingly patchy look at the acerbic writer Dorothy Parker and her cohorts at the legendary Algonquin Round Table.
Camden M (ag) wrote: It is too long and doesn't get good until the end.
Allan C (es) wrote: For as great a comedian as John Candy was, it's really disappointing how few good leading roles he was given. SCTV was brilliant, "Uncle Buck" and "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" were good but not classics, and what's left are all pretty mediocre films and a series of supporting parts ranging to terrific ("Splash," "Vacation" or even "JFK") to a waste of his time ("Career Opportunities" or "Boris and Natasha"). Much like his roles in the equally terrible "Hot to Trot" or "Who's Harry Crumb?" John Candy is a whole lot better than this film. About this film in particular, Candy is a soap opera writer who finds himself living in his soap opera world after a blow to the head. It's not a terribly clever idea, but there were possibilities for decent comedy with the premiss, but this film feels much more like a weak sitcom. Candy is not the only actor who's talents were wasted in this film. You've got Mariel Hemingway, Emma Samms, Raymond Burr, Charles Rocket (who's another actor I thought never really go the parts he deserved, outside of his role as David Addison's brother on "Moonlighting"), David Rasche, Jerry Orbach, and uncredited appearances by Margot Kidder and Robert Wagner. With that cast, this film should have been a whole lot more fun and funny. However, it's the likability of the cast that keeps the film bearable, even if they don't not making you laugh.
Steve S (fr) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
James H (us) wrote: THIS SOAPY MELODRAMA, WON OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND HER FIRST OSCAR. SHE'S QUITE GOOD, BUT DON'T THINK HER PERFORMANCE IS OSCAR WINNING MATERIAL. THE STORY IS ABOUT AN UNWED MOTHER HAVING TO GIVE UP HER CHILD. WELL ENOUGH DONE.
Agustn S (kr) wrote: Paranorman is a visual treat. While it fails to make it's message truly resonant, the movie has a pleasing ammount of humor, while also managing to be entertaining (and touching) to both children and adults.
Cherish W (mx) wrote: I wanted to like this movie more than I did. I think the fact that the last fourth took place in Tulsa, and yet was NOTHING like Tulsa ruined the end for me. It was no longer an escape, I kept realizing how many things were incorrect about the way they portrayed the city that I no longer was into the story.