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rainbodragon (de) wrote: I did like this movie, but I don't really see how it's a comedy. The characters are interesting, but there is a lot of gratuitous nudity, even for a movie about the porn industry. Over all, I would say that if you go into it without expecting a lot of laughs, the story is worth seeing.
Oliver B (it) wrote: Shane Meadows is the best young English director.
Jack L (fr) wrote: Mini Review 12: Luck by ChancePlot:Aspiring actor Vikram Jaisingh (Farhan Akhtar) dreams of striking gold in Bollywood, by hook or crook, and is waiting for his first break. When nothing seems like coming around, he lands the role of a leading man in one of the most prestigious films. From there on his luck is on a trail run but he falls victim to the usual vicissitudes of stardom, glory, money and paparazzi.Positives:--> Presence of multiple stars like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Hrithik Roshan to quote a few--> Extremely natural performance by Konkana Sen Sharma which comes pretty naturally to her--> Great music and background score by Shankar Ehsaan LoyNegatives:--> Truly lucky Farhan Akhtar with not an iota of performance written across him.
Ayrton Anthony C (fr) wrote: Puntaje Original: 8.5Directamente, si no te gusta Harry Potter es porque est muerto por dentro. Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire nos ofrece una de las historias ms fantsticas de la saga.
Melanie L (mx) wrote: This is one of the funniest movies ever made basically ever.
Donald W (it) wrote: This is a biopic about the death of Playmate Dorothy Stratten. It's a sad movie because it's based on a true story. The format of the movie is like E! True Hollywood Story and a Playboy video. Only it's all fake and done with actors playing the parts. At the end I spotted a few historical inaccuracies. That makes me wonder how much of the movie is accurate. Especially since some of the critical characters in the story were given fake names. The movie shows the seedy side of 1979 and 1980. The movie is not so much about Dorothy Stratten as it is about Paul Snider, the guy who killed her. All they did was to show that he was a general jerk who killed his wife. The reality was that he was suicidal and lured her to his apartment and shot her then shot himself. There was a huge amount of cocaine being used in Los Angeles in 1979 and 1980. They totally avoided that in the movie. Cocaine is known to make people suicidal. Paul Snider was probably using a lot. Almost everyday in the papers there is a story about a murder/suicide with a husband killing his wife. The only difference in this story is the fact that Dorothy Stratten was Playboy's Playmate of the Year in 1980. I remember I was driving home from Stillwater to Orlando, Oklahoma when I heard on the radio the Dorothy Stratten had been killed. I was shocked that Playboy didn't protect their Playmates any better than that.
Danny R (br) wrote: A historically retrospective crime drama with a terrific late 60's ambiance, and a young, buffed Clint Eastwood who delivers a solid performance as a tough, no-nonsense, womanizing Arizona deputy sheriff named Walt Coogan, who is sent to New York City to extradite James Ringerman, a sleazy hood wanted for murder, he is played superbly by Don Stroud who registers strongly in the role, the minute Coogan lands in New York City he begins to have trouble, first with incompetent police and their some-called departmental procedures, it seems that he will have to wait for Ringerman for however long it takes because he is recovering from a bad acid trip at Bellevue Hospital, but Coogan is not about to that, he cons a orderly into releasing Ringerman into his custody, on the way back to Arizona, Ringemanr's dangerous hippie girlfriend, well played by Tisha Sterling and a sadistic accomplice, nicely played by the late David Doyle help him escape from Coogan's custody, by knocking him out and leaving him unconscious, now Coogan's must hit the mean streets of New York City to fine Ringman, he is a fish out of water who runs into all manner of low-lifes and freaks along the way including a pair of dope-smoking hippies at a psychedelic hippie nightclub, in a highly amusing scene that gives a look at the cultural style of the late 60's. One of Coogan's favorite tactics to get information is to seduce young women, and Clint is a true ladykiller in that department, real smooth. There are fine supporting performances from Susan Clark, and veteran actors Lee J. Cobb and Betty Ford, this is the first collaboration between Eastword and his mentor and close friend Don Siegel three years before their legendary pairing on the classic cop-thriller "Dirty Harry." This quirky, quick-witted film is entertaining and very enjoyable. Highly Recommended. Note: "Coogan's Bluff" later evolved into the hit television series "McCloud," that starred the late Dennis Weaver.