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- Stars:Shashi Kapoor, Rinku Jaiswal, Kiran Kumar, Sarita, Utpal Dutt, Ranjeet, Narendra Nath, Achala Sachdev, Pinchoo Kapoor, Rajan Haksar, Lalita Kumari, Raj Kishore, Jacek Braciak, Piotr Buczek, Magdalena Cielecka, Agnieszka Dobrowolska-Borowiec, Katarzyna Dziurka, Martin L. Evans, Bartosz Galkowski, Jan Hryniak, Natalia Kaszynska, Hugo Kaszynski, Oskar Kaszynski, Bernard Kierat, Redbad Klynstra, Elzbieta Komorowska, Marek Kondrat,
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Same R (ag) wrote: Hilarious at parts, funny throughout. Definitely timely, wonder if they knew just how Trumpy their antagonist was when they wrote him. JV is a spiritual cousin of Inspector Clouseau or Maxwell Smart, and there is a love of filmmaking that's evident tin the whole of the production. Dug it, my Dad was in stitches.
Tara M (au) wrote: was ok except the yeti looked sooooo fake
Mohet N (gb) wrote: While in college, boys can't get laid so they venture outside in search of MILF's. Some parts were funny but the rest was filled with half-naked MILF's, the boy's sexperiences, and guilt!
Calvin C (jp) wrote: they make a tesla coil based on physics 101! a tesla coil!
Leonardo Malacay S (jp) wrote: Una historia contada al "revs" para quedarnos con un final feliz (?) acaso todos callamos algo?
David L (ag) wrote: Shark Tale is not as awful as people say it is. It is not a good film, but it is certainly not bad either as it genuinely has its comedic moments, solid characters and the plot, while predictable, is very entertaining and interesting to watch. But the songs are awful, the animation is weak, it is too referential for its own sake and the character design is quite possibly the worst I have ever seen - unpleasant, inappropriate and just horrible and even disgusting. It is an okay film, but the one executed rather poorly.
Howard F (ca) wrote: The Rotten Tomatoes sagacity is, "Overly mushy; tries too hard to pull at the heart-strings." Sorry: I know when something tries to hard to pull at my heart strings, and when something actually pulls at my heart strings. This actually pulls at the heart strings. Nothing like sacrificial atonement to pull at the heart strings. If you see anything else, you see mush.
Tony (fr) wrote: A rather offbeat combination of comedy and drama, directly and indirectly dealing with comedy on top of that. I'd heard all sorts of mixed opinions about this film, but that usually just makes me want to see a movie even more. I actually acquired the used dvd without having seen it, mainly because it features one of Jerry Lewis' later roles. Fortunately I wasn't disappointed, though the performances that really stood out were from the 2 leads Oliver Platt, and the very underrated Lee Evans. The tone of the movie may be too uneven for a lot of people, but I tend to enjoy uneven films. This was alternatively funny, sad, unsettling, and often just odd. I personally found it to be one of the most unique and creative comedies to come out of the 90's (and I thought I'd seen most of the them already). I do feel like the ending could've tied things up a little better, but I'm still glad I got the DVD.
bill s (es) wrote: I'll admit I'm a Coen brothers toady and with this Dramedy I'm an unabashed one.
Cassandra M (fr) wrote: This movie is second of Pasolini's so called 'Trilogy of Love' (Il Decameron, I Racconti di Canterbury, Il fiore di mille e una notte; 1970-1974). All these movies are quite specific, there are said not to be that provocative or intriguing. They are greatly influenced by the fact that while directing them Pasolini was contented because of his intimate relationship with the 'innocent barbarian', actor Ninetto Davoli. It is also said that in 'Trilogy of Love' Pasolini became resigned to the present time world by escaping to the past.However I don't think it's true. In these movies, Pasolini introduces to the audience an incorrupt world where people don't care about 'material aspects of life', they try to live at the full stretch, they seek love and, of course, sex and they do not respect 'the repressive limits imposed by religious and bourgeois morality' (Gino Moliterno). This is probably why Pasolini later declared that these three films were most ideological of his career (in his famous and long interview with Massimo Fini). I suppose Pasolini tried to confront such 'primitive' world with the world he had lived in and which he had hated so much (this confrontation is present all the time, especially by the contrast between the love and the death, by the contrast between the first tales, in which the human naked body dominates, and the last two tales in which pursuit of money causes death and perdition. Because of such end it is also suggested that I Racconti di Canterbury are very close to Pasolini's disillusioned last movie, Sal).It is common to hear that Chaucer must have rolled over in his grave after this movie was released. But if you try to understand The Canterbury Tales in the context of Chaucer's attitude towards love in his (other) literary works, you will probably find that Chaucer would resemble to Pasolini alias Mr Chaucer ends the film with writing 'Here end the Canterbury Tales, told for the mere pleasure of their telling, Amen'.
(de) wrote: It's amazingly entertaining and absolutely thrilling, certainly a wonderful film.