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Maykon A (br) wrote: timo filme. Bem produzido e com excelente temtica e enrredo.
Candi P (ru) wrote: I started playing this movie 3 times so after the 3rd time I made my self sit and watch it. So getting in too the first 10 minutes than I got up and started cleaning VERY BORING and they doing to much in the movie. A SHOULD NOT see movie!!
Jared H (ru) wrote: hard to catch on but omg excellent. everyone watch this.
Steve B (kr) wrote: Un vrai bon film de Blier avec des dialogues savoureux et des super performances d'acteurs de la part de Jean Durjardin et Albert Dupontel.
Derek R (es) wrote: A good movie that get most of the Marine Corps stuff correct. everyone should see it at least once.
Noname (es) wrote: Good thriller movie with Luke Wilson and the lovely Kate Beckinsale. They got some car problem and staying at a motel but some very weird stuff going on there.. This movie is not so violence and gory but excitement and i like this type of movies so i enjoyed it. Worth seeing
Anna B (nl) wrote: Better than I was expecting. It has the feel of a good novel. Jude Law's character especially speaks and acts like he's in a novel. Such an impulsive, honest, and eloquent character could be just irritating to watch, but I found him fascinating. Unfortunately the ending is way too easy and kind of leaves a bad aftertaste, but I thought everything up to that point was really good.
adam u (ag) wrote: Weak It was pretty much crap
MArk B (nl) wrote: Much as I enjoy the heavyweight Russian films which I suppose constitute most of those which make it into the west, this one - essentially a kitchen sink drama - makes a fairly refreshing change. There are no troubled soldiers returning ftom war to changed homelands, no political motives at all, just the tale of a group of girls getting on with life between the mid 50s and the late 70s. The period look is brilliant. The details of day to day life, fashion, decor behind the iron curtain are utterly convincing. It's pure soviet era nostalgia. Not that it's all fluffy and sentimental. We get to see the 3 to a room workers' dorms and alcoholic ex-husbands and the factories full of big old lathes and so on. But this is undoubtedly intended as 'a love letter to Moscow' - and were it 'a love letter to Liverpool' or 'a love letter to Notting Hill' or 'a love letter' to anywhere in Britain it'd probably be precisely the sort of selectively nostalgic British film industry wankery I normally hate. But novelty value goes a long way. Fascinating.
Jack Y (ag) wrote: Beautifully made. Sellers is a businessman with a complex about his less than handsome appearance, playing it with a quiet insanity, then sympathetically. Up to that point, this was a career-best performance and only surpassedperhaps only matchedby his later Chance the Gardener. His aim: to convince his secretary (Cusack) that her anc is wrong for her and to win her heartby initially blackmailing her. Wonderful theme song by Matt Monro.
MEC r (us) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
Ashley H (jp) wrote: Boyhood is a decent film. It is about the life of Mason from early childhood to his arrival at college. Ellar Coltrane and Patricia Arquette give good performances. The script is a little slow in places. Richard Linklater did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama.
Ryan B (ru) wrote: Classic, no doubt about it.