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Vanessa H (au) wrote: write a movie about the lawyer in this doco - rival Erin Brocovich any day
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Ed F (nl) wrote: Amazing look at a country few westerners get to see. Some obvious "help" with the story from the gov., but still interesting to see people laughing and joking from time to time, not just cowering in fear.
Jordan L (kr) wrote: The songs get in your head.
Andrew S (gb) wrote: this anti-romance is great fun. fans of curb your enthusiasm or the larry sanders show should give this a watch. the ending is really just perfect.
Adam L (nl) wrote: Carell did what he does, and what is expected.
Li O (nl) wrote: 2/5 is generous.. I should be fair and say I didnt make it to the end because halfway through it felt too much like a waste of time. The script is atrociously bad. It's a shame to waste two such good actors like Colin Firth and Minnie Driver on such a poor script.
Tony P (de) wrote: Charles Bronson stars in one of his first major films as the leading man in what proves to be a peek at how is film career was to progress. In that I mean relatively low budget action/revenge B movies.Bronson here plays a US watermelon farmer called Vince Majestyk who needs to pick his 160 acre watermelon farm in a short timeframe before the relatively lucrative crop is rendered useless.He enlists the help of Mexican immigrants to achieve this.A bad guy tries to muscle in on his business and faces the wrath of Majestyk who faces assault charges in the process.Whilst in police custody he unwittingly makes an enemy of hitman Frank Render and this forms the fabric of the rest of the movie.The hunted becomes the hunter however as Majestyk faces up to his enemies following typical 1970s action sequences involving car chases, sheriff cars, station wagons and high velocity rifles.Majestyk eventually takes out Render with a gunshot that Dirty Harry would have been proud of!If you thought watermelons only began their cinematic existence as a prop in 1987s Dirty Dancing think again!
Jacob M (gb) wrote: Terribly written, emotionally dry, and horrifically acted, my one question is: How does Freddie Highmore manage to get work?