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Ben W (nl) wrote: Shit movie, that's all there really is to say, the critical consensus is a bit retarded though, having read the books and seen the movie the 'Written by a teenager (and it shows)' its downright stupid, the books are excellently written, the bad quality of a movie cannot be blamed on a teenager who would get literally no say in the direction of the movie due to their age
Ian S (de) wrote: I love MotoGP so I guess I'm a bit biased... but my wife was not, until she saw this movie! now she understands my passion for the sport!
David L (nl) wrote: I suppose that it is okay for a 1950s animation. At least the storyline and the message is clear.
Weigy W (fr) wrote: Part of the charm of this movie is being the quiet observer, lurking in the corners of an elite brothel. Kind of torn on this one, the charm itself is also its' downfall for me. Still one of the better movies I've watched, makes me miss food from home though...
James M (nl) wrote: A decent romantic movie which isn't particularly memorable, but features likeable performances and a good heart.
Huw G (us) wrote: Natural Born Killers got everything that it did right. This tries to go deeper, but doesn't quite do so well, so although it offers a bit more insight, it feels less satisfactory. Definitely one to watch, but won't stick in your mind as quite such a perfect package.
Al M (kr) wrote: As with Hardware, Richard Stanley's Dust Devil is an ambitious attempt to create artful horror cinema, to become an auteur of the genre. Yet, even more than Hardware, it is a fundamentally flawed film. Beautifully flimed with an original plot, Dust Devil never quite rises to its potential. A brilliantly brutal opening becomes a rather boring drama that never again rises to the same heights. Fun and creepy in parts, Dust Devil could have been so much more if it had continued to feature more horror and less drama and detective sequences. Sadly, Stanley seems to have abandoned the genre after his problems with this film and hence never managed to truly develop his admirable skills as a horror director.
Brian C (gb) wrote: Sadly, Visiting Hours is quite predictable, and really offers nothing other than really decent acting. Michael Ironside is awesome, as usual, and so is Lee Grant. The other actors do an OK job but are nothing special.The story itself is pretty linear, and as a result pretty average. A crazed killer is going through the hospital killing patients on his way to Lee Grant who was someone he tried to kill previously. A very weak take on anti-violence.
Alan W (nl) wrote: This is a good movie
Iain B (ag) wrote: ridiculously far fetched but very watchable
Aditya P (es) wrote: Like one of those old time tarantino flicks... Twisted fun!!!
Marcus M (ca) wrote: Pam has been much hotter than this before.
I dont know w (fr) wrote: Looks horribly boring, with few memorable qualities.
Eric B (ca) wrote: It got a chuckle from one action scene (unintentionally). Unfortunately, the rest of the movie is not so lucky.