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Tim M (us) wrote: "what it lacks in action it makes up for in laughs." Some really funny punchlines, good action, great cameos.
Quang H (nl) wrote: very moving movie. Addresses human right issues and child abuse on deaf children. You will feel sad and angry, not at the children, but at the situation.
Yenyen D (de) wrote: Not as thrilling as Identity but equally disturbing.
sam c (it) wrote: haha... a good watch...
Greg W (mx) wrote: pretty dull and generic
Christian A (ca) wrote: Again the stunts were amazing in this movie.
Jon E (nl) wrote: Awesome material! It's Mel Brooks meets Monty Python.
John M (mx) wrote: The French have a particular brand of comedy, and a particular brand of musical, so one should expect nothing conventional of a musical comedy by the great Jean Renoir. Solid acting all around, even from the incidentals crowding the margins of the frame. The plot nominally concerns the opening of the Moulin Rouge, but the story really concerns the artists and their commitment to their craft.
Martin G (es) wrote: Ressemblant lgrement au film Buried avec Ryan Reynolds, Brake reste tout de mme diffrent dans son contexte. On s'ennuis trs peu mme si l'histoire ce droule toujours un seul et unique endroit avec le mme dcors. Le scnario reste quand mme efficace (beaucoup plus que certaines des dernires mega productions) et Stephen Dorff est excellent.
Allan C (gb) wrote: A quality of production of the worst quality of a Z-grade script. This script seemed like something out of a cheesy 1960s Roger Corman production. The film might as well have had a gorilla in a diving helmet with a bubble machine outside Bronson Cave. It's disappointing that such a good cast (Michael Madsen, Ben Kingsley, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Natasha Henstridge in her film debut and Michelle Williams as Young Sil) and such good talent behind the camera (director Roger Donaldson, composer Christopher Young, director of photography Andrzej Bartkowiak and creature designs by H.R. Geiger) wasted on such a lame script. The story I suppose is serviceable though pretty insipid, about a dangerous alien creature in the body of a beautiful lady who escapes and needs to be tracked down before she mates. What really kills the film is terrible dialogue, the lack of interesting characters, and the many, many gaps in logic.
Charles P (jp) wrote: Barbra Streisand co-writes, produces, directs, stars and sings in Yentl, yet it never becomes some celebrity vanity project. Rather, it is a fascinating exploration of female repression and empowerment.