They Might Be Giants
In a Manhattan psychiatric hospital a man, convinced he is Sherlock Holmes, is treated by a female doctor who happens to be named Watson.
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Abdulrahman H (jp) wrote: Every franchise has to fall short some day, and that day arrived when Cars 2 was released. Pixar was so successful to the point where I almost loved every movie they made. Sadly, It all stopped when Cars 2 came. A forgotten film that misses the thing that made its predecessor so great. What's that thing? Heart and Depth. On the other hand, the movie for most of the part is acceptable and enjoyable in some scenes, but it never captured my attention like the first one did. We had a film about McQueen and his dream to become the best racer in the world, and that dream didn't come true because he didn't win the trophy. But from what McQueen learned from his pals like Mater and Sally is to never act selfishly. And he changed the world with his selfless act by ending up the 3rd in the race because he helped out a friend. That made him someone to remember.Cars 2 wants to expand on that and become a lot of things. The movie is not bad. It has its fun moments. But it will be remembered as Pixar's biggest letdown yet.Score: 6/10 (Okay).
Justin B (ru) wrote: Fun and bighearted but it never truly capitalizes on its premise; often playing things too safely.
R S (mx) wrote: Too much of drama & emotions in this movie.
Private U (fr) wrote: Kim Basinger and Jeff Bridges are a nice combination but I am particularly fond of Rip Torn's performance. Okay movie to watch if you're bored.
Laura L (nl) wrote: This is the first Gerard Depardieu film I ever saw. It was summer, the cooling system in the theatre was broken, and it set the mood for the film. It was as if I were there in the village, watching Depardieu work his magic. I left the theatre stunned by the magnificent performance of Depardieu and became a fan for life. I've since seen nearly every French film of his career, but this one has a special place in my heart.
Chris W (gb) wrote: Your decision to see this film will probably be determined once you consider the following: it is a 1974 film that is both a blaxploitation film and a martial arts picture. As a regualr movie, it's not great, I'll admit, but as a genre piece (or genre pieces), it's better. I have more knowledge of blaxploitation films than martial arts ones; for the former, it's damn good. How it truly ranks among its contemporaries in the latter is hard to say. For me, I think it's great as a martial arts film, but that's just me. It does help that this was directed by Robert Clouse (who directed Enter the Dragon) and that it stars Jim Kelly, who was also in Enter the Dragon. Because of those bits of info, you can believe me when I say that the music is fun, and that the fight choreography is well done. The story is the typical convoluted mess of fighting mob factions with a smooth and badass alpha male caught in the middle. The acting's not great, but Kelly has presence, and it's fun to see Scatman Crothers as an older martial arts man. Gloria Hendry is easy on the eyes and is also fun to watch. There's a lot of humor and some really entertaining scenes (action or otherwise). There's also some substance, but not a whole lot. What little bit of it there is though helps elevate into something more than just popcorn entertainment. Some highlights include the music, fun fashions, the image of tons of black dudes with afros doing martial arts, and the climax which takes place in a car wash. This is one of the coolest, grooviest, and most entertaining 70s films out there. For the love of God do yourself a favor and check this one out- it's a wild and fun ride.
Emily J (kr) wrote: A classic, beautiful story :)
Francois C (kr) wrote: Interesting bloody thriller, that does lack in the story telling departement. something lost in translation ? Maybe, nonetheless it's still quite entertaining.
Jason P (fr) wrote: I would put a half star. None if it gave people an idea about this film.