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Felipe F (fr) wrote: The Fault in our Stars is a rare case of film that surpasses its source material, blending the most funny and lovely moments with the heartbreaking ones - all that anchored by strong performances from leads Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.
Young Hollywood G (de) wrote: Smartly written. Funny and entertaining.
Michael A (mx) wrote: Broderick has done better he should be embarassed for starring in this piece of shit
Artem R (nl) wrote: Amazing movie. Really touching, but a bit strange.
James H (fr) wrote: SILLY FAMILY FILM, THAT IS AIMED PRIMARILY AT THE 8 TO 12 YEAR OLD CROWD. NOT VERY ENJOYABLE FOR ADULTS, BUT THERE ARE SOME AMUSING MOMENTS. IT'S HARD TO GO TOO WRONG WHEN A CHIMPANZEE IS IN THE FILM.
Veronica B (fr) wrote: A history lesson in Linux, and a primer in the philosophy of Open Source. I found this film informational and educational... True, it lacks the excitement of a glossy, dramatic documentary, but it did a good job of telling the side of the story it had to tell. Would love to see a piece that plays both sides against one another, focusing on the inner working of each... Open Source vs Microsoft. This worked just fine as a beginning lesson for me, personally.
Greg R (gb) wrote: The editing is crap, the characters are obnoxious, theres no creativity, poorly written and down right dumb. By the end of the this movie, there were so many questions I had that were never answered, like, WHAT THE HECK WAS THE BOOK OF SHADOWS?! Geez.
Heather G (au) wrote: Another solid Ken Loach drama. This is based on the true story of the Justice for Janitors campaign, which fought for the rights of poorly paid workers in Los Angeles - particularly for better pay, healthcare, paid holidays and the right to form a union. The protagonists are a pair of Mexican sisters (played by Pilar Padilla and Elpidia Carrillo) who work as cleaners, and Adrien Brody who is part of the campaign. As you would expect from Ken Loach, there isn't any glitz or glamour in this movie. Gritty realism is the order of the day. I felt I needed a good wash afterwards! Particularly, the very moving scene in which Carrillo explains to her sister that the money she had been sending home to her family in Mexico had been earned through 5 years of prostitution. This scene, among others, conveyed the desperation experienced by many migrant workers. I felt that the movie did occasionally become a little sanctimonious; however I can forgive that because perhaps people should be more aware of those less fortunate. See - I'm a better person already! Lol. The 3 lead performances are very impressive, especially the 2 female actors. They deliver the excellent script with very realistic human emotion. I truly believed in their characters. I won't spoil the ending but I felt that it was a satisfying conclusion. I think that parts of the movie may be a bit slow for many people, but I would recommend it to anyone with similar taste to myself.
Michael T (es) wrote: Although Fassbinder made this frank drama about racial prejudices and social relations in 1970s Germany, the themes are universal. Fear Eats the Soul has a number of scenes of real dramatic power, however it never quite reaches the masterpiece status that many have ascribed to it.
Ben H (kr) wrote: reminds me of HeeJung. Wow!
Peter H (gb) wrote: Dam meets Dame. Montgomery Clift get's mixed up.
Barry N (kr) wrote: An exciting movie based on the famous detective.
Matt G (br) wrote: I've seen it twice. Planning to see it a 3rd time at a special screening. Fun movie if you can get behind the comedy. -matt