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Adam G (ca) wrote: This documentary was very good telling about the career of Morton Downey Jr. Very well done
David S (us) wrote: a lo mucho tiene como 11 min de dialogo, todo lo demas es Vincent Gallo durmiendo, caminando, correindo, cayendo, sangrando, tosiendo o matando uno que otro soldado.yo creo que el personaje principal en esta movie es el bosque jojoj
Ryan G (au) wrote: Pretty good, a few parts that lag a bit and end draws out a little. Overall though, good to see Ron Burgundy and crew again.
Troy D (es) wrote: Glad Caroline stuck to her guns and didn't edit out the scenes that didn't fit squarely into the "silly kids film" genre. Oh, and Henry, you can sit in my chair any time.
Amanda S (ru) wrote: My advice to you, is DO NOT watch this movie. Vertical Limit was absolutely awful. I'd rather stare blankly at wall for two hours rather than spend two hours of my life watching Vertical Limit. The movie was long and boring and I felt like it had a very mediocre plot line. The beginning of the movie was slow and dragged on. It tended to be very confusing and I could not follow what was going on for the most part. About half way through, the movie did pick up. The action scenes were slightly entertaining and they created a little bit of excitement but the special effects used, could have been done by almost anyone (they were not very well done, at all). Throughout the whole movie, people keep almost falling off the mountains, literally the exact same scene probably like ten times, and a bunch of people died. I honestly could not even keep up with the amount of deaths! I do have to give props to some of the actors and actresses though, they had some very good dramatic scenes that would keep you slightly interested for a few moments. Let's just say do not waste your time on Vertical Limit, go watch a great classic movie like the Breakfast Club instead. Vertical Limit is not a movie, it's a joke.
Jim W (kr) wrote: Jack Nicholson directs and stars as an outlaw named Henry Moon, who's saved from a hanging by a young widow named Julia Tate (Mary Steenburgen). Apparently, a man can be saved from a hanging if he can find someone willing to marry him. Julia Tate marries Henry to put him to work on her mine to search for gold, while Henry is more than willing to be married to her, as long as he gets sex out of the marriage. His marriage is all work and no play, since Julie isn't willing to put out. While on top of things, the sheriff's deputy Towfield (Christopher Lloyd) still wants Henry dead, especially since he's married to the woman Towfield loves. Henry and Julia's loyalties to each other are also put to the test when they find gold and when Henry's old gang find out about it and want a share. Goin' South doesn't have the best plot, but the movie at least has a strong cast with fine performances and good chemistry between Nicholson and Steenburgen. Even when Jack is in a movie where the plot is a little thin, the guy is just entertaining. While Christopher Lloyd is also always great and one of the most under-rated character actors of all time.
Sindhu S (mx) wrote: This is the darn cutest and most romantic movie EVARRR!! :D
Doug C (es) wrote: A tough-talking caper noir in which a former cop and three ex-cons steal $1.2 million in a bank robbery, but the guy they frame for the crime follows them to Mexico and cracks the case before they can split up the money. Well-directed, with a good plot, hard-hitting action, and suspense building to the final scene.