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Kante A (de) wrote: This is a very quiet film. So quiet that even the audience can only smile silently as none of the jokes are laugh out loud funny. I'm not saying the entire crew phoned it in, but the shooting feels more like a working vacation for the director as well as the actors. No suspense, no thrills, and not many surprises, it feels like a comedy for grown ups that has been sanitized so as not to offend ANYONE. And THAT may be what's holding it back from better things.
Felix J (de) wrote: Very good movie!!!, must c it
Lee M (it) wrote: Well-meaning, well made and all but allergic to subtlety.
Felipe F (fr) wrote: A brutal and violent yet accurate depiction of Rwanda's genocide in 1994 fueled by a down-to-earth performance from Don Cheadle as a deglamorized hero.
Leo M (kr) wrote: one of my all time favs
Teppy l (ru) wrote: Pretty lame. As expected.
Kevin M (nl) wrote: This movie isn't fun...it just stresses you out.
Stephanie C (ca) wrote: I love this movie becasue it is a fun way to learn about history.
Austin G (ru) wrote: Batman: Assault on Arkham features a better Suicide Squad than what I saw this year. If they would have made this movie live-action, SS would have been great.
Raymond C (au) wrote: I was in the Army in 1975!
Andrey B (es) wrote: A now legendary Christmas movie which is a necessary attribute for the winter holidays for the modern audience. It is really funny and contributes alot for the christmas mood.
Ben L (de) wrote: There are 2 big problems with me watching Sophie's Choice for the first time in 2015:1) I'm too accustomed to seeing Kevin Kline in comedies, and his acting style doesn't shift all that much for dramas. As a result I found it funny instead of heart-breaking when he went crazy and started screaming at people. It just gave me visions of A Fish Called Wanda.2) I know all about Sophie's Choice, and have even seen the choice scene multiple times before sitting down to watch it. Without the mystery of why Sophie is the way she is, the movie didn't have a whole lot to grab my attention.The best moments were definitely when it was in the flashbacks of WWII, because it held a lot more drama and intrigue. The more modern scenes were flat and lacked a lot of emotion for me. In fact, the entire character of Stingo added nothing of value to the film, and any time they went off on a tangent that only focused on him I was totally checked out. Not a horrible movie because it does have a decent story structure, but certainly not one that I need to see more than once.
Ryan H (au) wrote: Unnecessary ending to an adorable little Dog, spoiler alert the dog gets hit by a truck and brutally killed. This isnt art its just bad filmmaking .