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Untamable Angelique torrent reviews
Lucas M (us) wrote: Funny and controversial documentary, that investigate taboos in society about the word FUCK. Just like The Aristocrats, F*uck, is a entertaining film. Problem: the absence of answers and research. In this way, the documentary don't looks what really is the point, what the reason of the motion picture? Even Steve Anderson know. At least it's a fun trip.
Karen W (nl) wrote: Watch this on HBO or cable...don't pay for it.
Kelly B (es) wrote: I was lucky enough to catch this movie last year at the TIFF. Wonderful mixture of comedy and horror, and a great cast to boot. Best described as "The Office" meets "Deliverance". A must see.
Movie G (de) wrote: Pretty good for being pretty dumb.
Max M (au) wrote: I'm not going to say that I hated this film but its in between but it didn't hate it though Money Talks as a movie does not work together especially the forgettable plot neither did the jokes either same with the predictable action scenes but overall I didn't hate Money Talks its ok and also more of a time waster.
Mallory A (ag) wrote: Somewhat engaging but mostly average corrupt cop stuff you've seen before.
Alexander C (nl) wrote: Not really worth watching.
James D (jp) wrote: The animal rights message in this movie was distasteful and tacky.
Glubnutt Y (nl) wrote: Cheap production, almost all the actors were either 2nd or 3rd generation Japanese American and either spoke Japanes badly or hadn't spoken it in a long time. The village was about as authentic as a town in an Italian spaghetti western. Both main Japanese characters spoke English!! Impossible for Japanese villagers in the remote countryside 67 years ago, much less a young girl. Again, like so many other uninspired films, the writers & producers relied upon cheap romance instead of real content. A painful piece of junk to watch.
Astrotrain (es) wrote: A detective (Chase) is shot to death while investigating a crime scene. After arriving in heaven he is reassigned to come back to as the next person or animal to die (which happens to be a dog). Back on earth as a dog, it is up to him to find out who his killer was and who also shot the victim he was investigating when he was shot. 10cc's provides most of the synth soundtrack which is surprisingly good!
none of the above n (it) wrote: 5 stars-very funny-no boring drama-revolves around cheating,lying boyfriend.
Jay B (ag) wrote: One hell of a funny flick. It holds up very well... I assume do to its pitch perfect cast. Do yourself a favor and revisit this gem soon.
Jonathan B (ag) wrote: Biopic of the 1960s playwright and enfant terrible Joe Orton. Orton's life was cut tragically short when he was brutally murdered by his insecure lover Kenneth Halliwell. Much of Orton's life was sordid and the movie doesn't shy away from these aspects of his life. There are some characteristically wry and humorous lines thanks to a script by Alan Bennett that lighten the mood and I particularly enjoyed the scenes involving Vanessa Redgrave as Orton's publisher as well as those portraying his dreary life in Leicester. The role of Halliwell is bought monstrously to life by Alfred Molina, imbuing him with a paranoia and insecurity that will clearly end in tragedy. Orton, a difficult figure, is played wonderfully by Gary Oldman who seems to relish the excesses and overt sexuality of the playwright. For me, the film has flaws. I would like to have seen more of the background to some of Orton's works for example. However, as a commentary on the life and times of an important figure from the 1960s this is a worthwhile movie.
Michael S (jp) wrote: Enjoyable and silly, but it comes up short of the "Despicable Me" films. Part of the problem is that the minions are great supporting characters. Focusing a whole film on them is a stretch. And this film just doesn't have a good enough script. It's inconsistent (Geoffrey Rush's narrator just vanishes for the middle of the film). But it still makes you laugh/smile somewhat consistently.