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Nikki M (gb) wrote: Super funny and cute movie. Absolutely perfecto!
Nithya K (br) wrote: Freaky movie! played like a Tarantino movie....may have been a copy of something...but it kept me on my seat.
Loree B (it) wrote: I read the book first... so when the film came out I watched it. Film is good; however I truly enjoyed the book more.
Matt B (it) wrote: Malin Akerman is really funny as the crazy wife, but she alone can't save The Heartbreak Kid's forced raunchiness and Ben Stiller's bland performance.
Augustine H (ru) wrote: This is where the Payne narrative begins. Reese Witherspoon is so green here.
Nathan R (ca) wrote: Real, gritty and well-captured picture of the Vietnam War in all its entirety. Any war movies relies heavily on the sincerity of its soldiers, and in this case the cast is compelling, embodying the humanity and damage that was evident in so many affected by the terrible war.
Stephen E (au) wrote: Not even solid performances from Timothy Hutton and George C. Scott can save "Taps," which is a generic teen drama that's often melodramatic to the point of being unintentionally comedic. Aside from Hutton and Scott, the acting is pretty weak, which might have something to do with the characters being incredibly unlikable, and the film itself has all the power and poignancy of a daytime soap opera. Nothing really ever works in "Taps," and while it isn't totally reprehensible, it's bland and forgettable and downright ludicrous.