A mother takes her children and flees an abusive ex-husband.
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RODNEY G (it) wrote: great old time animation and a fun story to watch . a thrill to see and a delight for the hole family
Tayyab R (fr) wrote: It's a lot more easy going than its prequel '2 days in Paris' but overall its more unsettling than funny. Delpy is better off giving her insights on life and relationships than trying to execute something as unsophisticated as humor; and casting Chris Rock certainly doesn't change that.
Alex r (gb) wrote: Jack Sholder's Sci Fi horror yarn is a highly entertaining film that is a highly engaging experience from start to finish. Although some elements here are a bit predictable, nonetheless The Hidden is an accomplished horror film that will certainly appeal to genre fans. Sholder crafts something truly amusing here, and it has a familiar touch of Cameron's Terminator. Successfully mixing action with Sci Fi, The Hidden is a well executed horror film. The concept here is interesting and Sholder keeps the ball rolling with a tight script that is a bit flawed here and there, but there are enough effective elements to really keep you involved from start to finish. Despite its clichd ideas, the film is a lot of fun, and worth checking out. If you enjoy the genre, give it a shot. The cast do a good here, and there's enough action and horror here to make this a film that is much better than what it may seem. The Hidden is an inventive film that delivers constant thrills. Like I said before even with a familiar formula, the film is a worth viewing experience and is a must watch for genre fans. This is one of those films that needs to be rediscovered due to the fact that it is among Jack Solder's finest works in the horror genre. The plot is very good as well, and is never boring despite its imperfections. In terms of Sci Fi horror, The Hidden is a noteworthy addition, and it uses its clichs to its advantage to create a rousing hour and a half of memorable, cheesy entertainment.
Evan H (es) wrote: this movie was different than I thought it would be. It had hot guys and nice underwater scenes and surf scenes. The younger gay brother takes alot of verbal abuse about his gayness though. He has one brief initimate scene with another guy though. Nothing physical is seen, but the actions are shown through words and long glances...This movie is about surfing and not being gay, so I took this movie for that and nothing else!
Enrique R (jp) wrote: Michael Shannon gives an incredible performance.
brendan n (es) wrote: quite funny and original film for the australian market. sam worthington before the mainstream is quite good as the average joe out to turn he's life around after a stint in jail. a who's who of australian talent seems to be involved here with the most hilarious scene being the court room scene with david wenham. not the greatest comedy around but it is far from the worst and you can do no harm enjoying some australian humour.
Suanne M (it) wrote: Just such an amazing movie for Christmas. I just loved it.
Claire T (it) wrote: it was a good funny film but I don't think I'll want it on DVD, it was ok and Martin Lawerence and Tom Wilkinson starred in it, it was an ok movie but could have been slightly better, don't want to see it again
Curtis L (ag) wrote: Huge cast made it fun to watch, along with the 30's atmosphere. Yet another example of how John and Joan Cusack cannot be apart in movies (much to my dismay). I had no idea the 30's had so much anti communist attacks. A neat piece of history. I especially liked Diego's painting.
Orlok W (it) wrote: Deconstructing Harry, understanding Woody ... and ourselves--Digging to the core; leave no stone unturned!!
Campbell K (es) wrote: what a beautiful documentary, i get the goosebumps watching the masters perform.
Private U (ru) wrote: Gary Sinise is absolutely brilliant in this movie and plays a deliciously good villain. Totally under-rated in pop culture and tv
Thomas N (ag) wrote: stunning psychedelic western. with this I am going to contrast most opinions which criticize the soundtrack , it is exactly that the soundtrack and the singing are among the standout elements which make this film so special and magical. I also liked the dullle griet/mad mag inspired personification of death.
Arianna T (it) wrote: While a definite improvement over its very overrated predecessor [thanks in no small part to moving the story to France], this sequel suffers many of the same problems that the original suffered from, namely a staggeringly slow pace and often uninteresting dialogue. However, due to Doyle [Gene Hackman] being in a country that mostly doesn't speak his language, you can expect some particularly interesting situations [like the resteraunt scene for instance] and the action scenes, although there's not a whole lot of them, are all very well filmed and are even better than the ones in the original film. While not a great film by any means, this entirely fictional sequel to what was originally a story based on true events has aged a lot better than its more famous predecessor and is ultimately the better film.
Bluejane O (it) wrote: Although funny at parts I thought this movie was really kind of weird... maybe a lot kind of weird.
Soheil W (de) wrote: Stopped the movie after the second segment. What a boring non-sense
Joshua C (us) wrote: Being that it features the same stars and director, You've Got Mail will inevitably be compared to Sleepless in Seattle. And that's not necessarily a bad thing. Where "Seattle" was a much more romantic film, "Mail" was a wittier film. A lot of this has to do with a)the seemingly natural chemistry between Ryan and Hanks and b)the superb supporting cast. Surrounding these charming leads with players like Dave Chapeplle, Parker Posey, and Greg Kinnear made everything in this film flow perfectly. Even Michael Badalucco's blink-and-you'll-miss-it turn as an elevator operator "who knew exactly what he wanted" was instantly endearing and encouraged you to root for not just Hanks and Ryan, but most everyone else onscreen.