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Dustin H (br) wrote: Really liked this one.
Phillip M (gb) wrote: Fast-food will never be the same, sorta.
Sterling H (it) wrote: I really love this movie. Emily Watson and Rachel Griffiths are great to watch
Cornholio B (ru) wrote: I know, it sounds nasty, but seriously, what do you get when you mix Dinosaurs (a 90's tv show which i do not remember too much about it, might have seen a few scenes) and prehistoric poop? This movie. This movie is so terrible that Whoopi Goldberg even tried many ways to get out of this movie, but the results have failed. And no, I am not saying Dinosaurs is a bad show! Seriously, stay away from this movie!
Paul J (us) wrote: A four hour exploration of an artist's portrait. It essentially translates to "A Beautiful Pain in the Ass". It's one of the all-time great art films demonstrating the struggles of creation and inspiration of the muse. Apparently, the 2 hour cut features different footage. Nevertheless, its relaxed storytelling is sophisticated, mature and beautifully profound.
gary t (au) wrote: wow i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a forgotten gem of the 1980's...this is a good horror movie 2 watch because its really enjoyable throughout....this has got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie n i think that the director of this movie had done a really good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie because the director keeps you on the edge's of your seats throughout this movie n u never know what 2 expect throughout...i think that randall william cook is great as the bad guy of this movie n i think that jenny wright is brilliant as Virginia throughout this movie
Leonard D (br) wrote: We have gone from a badass killing machine from Okinawa, to a Beverly Hills 90210 pretty boy who tries to act tough!? And the main villain being a smartass toxic waste dumper with a ponytail? $#%*?:& really!? I was able to take Joe Pescipo's character from "Sidekicks" more seriously than this! Hey, at least it's not the atrocity which turned out to be The Next Karate Kid!