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Gina W (es) wrote: An interesting documentary about Facebookers not being who they seem to be. This started as one story and ended up quite differently.
Jeff H (au) wrote: The backdrop of Skateland might be its best atribute. Its a young adult story of a period in the transition into adulthood. Imagine "Dazed and Confused" bu turning the dial from comedy to a drama. Not the greatest movie but much better than the critics think.
Krista D (nl) wrote: I just love this movie!!! Every time I see it I see something new that makes it even better to me! I think they did a great job dubbing this movie to English, but if you don't like dubs, just don't look at their mouths, you'll get used to it & then get to enjoy a great movie!
Tarek T (jp) wrote: Awkward at times, too much sexual tension - Enjoyable nonetheless.
Karl L (us) wrote: I've seen worse, but this was a poor effort for Bale.
Dan M (us) wrote: Humorous treatment of a touchy subject in this country.
Matt F (ag) wrote: Interesting Spike Lee movie about a jazz musician that is, apparently, a counter-point to Clint Eastwood's 'Bird'. I can't say I loved it, but it was certainly interesting. And hearing Miles and 'Trane in a film is always cool.
Daniel A (jp) wrote: Girl A: "Some Oriental guy touched my Holy-of-Holys!"Girl B: "Holy shit!"Yup, you can probably guess the tone of this 80s Bronson vehicle: kinda trashy and "exploitative", a bit on the reactionary side and full of scenes of unintentional (?) hilarity. In the first five minutes, we get our Cowboy Cop dildo-raping a connoisseur of underage prozzies; by the end of the film, the viewer will have been exposed to lazy racial stereotyping, "underage" prozzie rings, kiddy-fucking, prison rapists, "honour" suicides, the arse-rapist from Deliverance, and Danny Trejo. The thing is, it WORKS, and rather beautifully at that (for a trashy 80s cop flick); whilst the themes thrown into the film might have "shock value", much of the really unsavoury stuff is made clear without delving into graphic detail. Throw in a suitably 80s soundtrack which suits the proceedings and you have a highly rewarding (if hardly groundbreaking) 97 minutes on your hands. Fucked-up in all kindza ways, but great fun, all the same!
Laura N (de) wrote: It was interesting to see James Cagney play an FBI agent instead of a gangster.