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Leslie G (fr) wrote: I cannot imagine why any intelligent human being would not want to see the excellent information shown in this documentary. This film should be required viewing for every history, engineering, political and sociology student in America.
Guilherme N (ag) wrote: Less leftist than Michael Moore's docs, here you have a raw but balanced, and specially human depiction of the food industry depiction.
Aswath V (us) wrote: Even Illeana's cuteness cannot redeem this movie
Robert H (br) wrote: Interesting documentary about the new "modern" China overtaking old China through the lens of the Three Gorges Dam and its rising waters.
Farrukh Q (kr) wrote: a gud movie dealing with the post 7/7 terrorist threat situation in britain.
Dylan G (ru) wrote: I honestly expected worse from a movie called "Kangaroo Jack"! B
Shawn W (jp) wrote: A part time photographer gets framed by the mob for murdering his good friend night club owner. Average film. Leading lady Cheri Cameron Newell has an extensive biography on imdb for a girl who only had two career acting roles.
Farron K (mx) wrote: The foreign film classic that depicts the fall of the Third Reich from within. This movie depicts the end of Hitler's empire through the eyes of his young secretary who, if the juxtaposition is to be believed, retold all of this decades later before her death. Alexandra Maria Lara does a great job as the secretary, and Bruno Ganz is the most believable Hitler one could imagine. Corinna Harfouch as Goebbels' wife is a beautiful, crazy witch who would rather murder her children than let them live in a world without Hitler. Ulrich Matthes portrays Goebbels as unrepentantly brainwashed as ever, but Heino Ferch impressed me greatly with his portrayal of Albert Speer. It feels rather odd to have something resembling admiration and sympathy for a convicted war criminal. Christian Berkel as Dr. Schenck is like a morally-driven Ed Norton, Thomas Kretschmann is the German Jaime Lannister, and Andre Hennicke is amazing as the no-bullshit field officer. Michael Mendl showed what it means to be a real man, Birgit Minichmayr is a solid supporting female actress, and Donevan Gunia is a great child actor. Really, the whole cast was excellent. My only real problem with the film was that it never really left me with that sense of deep feeling that I get from other movies I rate 5/5, but overall, it was deserving of the honor. If you've ever wanted a war movie that had little fighting and lots of drama, this is it. Definitely a rarity.
pammy m (us) wrote: i had problems with this movie like how boring and bad it was. but i give it a c-
Lyle P (fr) wrote: good for what it was. true to life. people who are asian-am majors should see this.
Bals A (nl) wrote: A nice and well-made film about family problems but I will never forgive that the Academy prefered this over Apocalypse Now.
Greg W (us) wrote: Neither neo-realist nor particularly artsy, Rocco might make for a fat, satisfying beach-read of a movie if only it weren't so convinced of its own magnitude.
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