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Matthew Samuel M (fr) wrote: The writing and tone of Fading Gigolo is too uneven to make for a coherent, admirable film. The plot awkwardly shifts from melodrama to sexual comedy with no real justification. There are elements of the film that could have worked if the filmmakers had chosen one specific tone or message as opposed to several very different ones.
Ann W (fr) wrote: Some thick accents make it difficult for we Yanks to follow this story. Bit of swearing, but this is modern Britain(!) I loved it. Watch out for the purgative, sad, powerful ending.
Karen H (it) wrote: 2015-02-21 good, but hard to follow even with captions
Ri A (es) wrote: a very 3rd class & senseless comedy. no story, no actors even paresh rawal disappointed this time.
Risa C (kr) wrote: i watched this movie yesterday it was really good. it had matts friend in it from lizzie mcgire. it was about a girl who loses her mother. so she has to go live with the father that she never met. and she becomes friends with a dolphin.
Leonardo Malacay S (fr) wrote: interesante reparto y una entretenida peli mas bien graciosa
aaron a (jp) wrote: "It was as if the last day, as people say in the Bible, that there will be a last day, that Jesus Christ will come, and whatever on Earth will be judged." Synopsis: After raising themselves in the desert along with thousands of other "lost boys," Sudanese refugees John, Daniel and Panther have found their way to America. Though this film wonderfully captures the awe, amazement, and enthusiasm of individuals from third world countries experiencing alien luxuries such as running water, food packaged in bags and boxes, electricity and simply the opportunity to be in a position where you can help others. The film is way more than just a "immigrant tale". For starters, the film doesn't go into detail about the luxuries of america, instead it deals heavily with some of America's drawbacks, or atleast, the shellshock of being thrown into another culture. The fact that it's a country always on the go, with little time for family and friends. The fact that here in america, concern for one's own people seem to fall by the wayside in the quest for more money. Indeed, this picture is more a first hand account of the different sociological differences between two cultures. John, Daniel and Panther, are not only highly intelligent (these guys are full of philosophical ideas) but are also highly educated (they speak damn fine english), and much of the film deals with their view of america, and their desire to go back to africa and help make their country a better place. God grew tired of Us is a inspiring story of "Lost Boys" finally having the opportunity to make their home world a better place, by finding success in America.
Blagoy K (mx) wrote: absolute blast...slowly ..but surely
Tom H (ag) wrote: Fitz, you get beer. Ed you get... beer. Johnny you get, laid.
Daniel R (it) wrote: An architect's life is turned upside down when a group of street thugs kill his wife and rape his daughter. He then seeks revenge against the thugs making himself a self made vigilante. This action flick started the revenge drama genre and has since been an influence for several movies since its initial release.
Fiona B (kr) wrote: A classic of my generation. Everyone had a copy of this in their VHS collection. Miss you, Robin.
David B (it) wrote: very odd atmosphere but a little movie I enjoyed
Brandon W (nl) wrote: Christopher Landon is back to the directing chair and has created Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones while still writing it. While it may be marginally better than Paranormal Activity 4, The Marked Ones is still a bad movie that doesn't really do much that's new. The acting is fine and some parts are interesting, but that's because it's just something happening going on and most of the movie is just full although there are some moments that are funny. The ideas in here are not really new and just remind me of other films that are better than this. The sacred are not really effective and just come up as predictable. It does get rid of some stuff that's related to the series which I like, but it's not replaced with things that are better. Most of the time I don't know why it's being filmed, and the characters are nothing special in here, just plain boring. The movie answered some questions, but asked even more questions. The climax of the film is so idiotic that I honestly wanted to see one of the guys shoot the witches for the rest of the film, and the end twist really lost me because for the first 2 Paranormal Activity movies, they were just simple ghost stories that are the way that they are. When the third Paranormal Activity showed up and found a cult for the ghost itself, I was honestly fine with that as it had the right tone for it, and never felt out of place for me. As for this film, it went up straight to science fiction territory, and that's not what Paranormal Activity is about for the genre of it. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is a pointless movie that I'm losing hope of the series.