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Wade W (de) wrote: First part (1/4th?) of the movie is kinda slow, but the rest of the movie is totally worth it. Looking forward to WolfCop 2!
IB B (jp) wrote: In other words it a rip-off of Memento?
Darine S (ag) wrote: Juliette Binouche <3
Marcella S (jp) wrote: miaou miaou miaou miaou
Harry S (kr) wrote: More fun than the first movie.
Angelo C (de) wrote: I grew up wIth ALF, I loved ALF. The chemistry between ALF and the Tanners, and the Tanners and Ochmoneks(?) was great and a quality the movie lacked. Somewhat of a disappoIntment. The TV series is a classic! This is a good movie, but on my opinion a peg below the TV series.
Federico P (it) wrote: i saw this film 13 times.. never boring :D:D
Scott M (it) wrote: As boring as it is overblown.
Craig L (kr) wrote: Great dialogue, and I hear they have delicious pancakes.
Aiden P (ag) wrote: Seve the Movie is a beautiful tribute to one of the greatest professional golfers of all time, Seve Ballesteros. Not only did Director John-Paul Davidson perfectly capture the charming scenery of Ballesteros' childhood home in Pedrena, Spain, but also added admirable authenticity with the film being produced in the Spanish language. Ballesteros was the first Spanish golfer to be so wildly successful, so the importance of that fact was detailed attractively in the film. The sport of golf has definitely come a long way in the past forty years, but it was truly engaging to watch the dedicated Ballesteros beat every obstacle on his path to becoming champion. Seve the Movie did not disappoint in portraying the fallen legend with reverence.
Tony P (mx) wrote: Finally got around to seeing this. Entertaining, if overly long for no good reason. Besides zero chemistry between Union and Ferarra and no real reason for any woman to fall for Romany Malco's character, it's a solid romcom. Kevin Hart, of course, steals every scene but we could have done without the narration. Looking forward to the sequel.
Jim H (mx) wrote: Way too much overacting for a Western, and a flimsy story to boot.