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Ian C (ag) wrote: Loved this as a kid. Enjoyed it as an adult.
James A (gb) wrote: Whilst this is the probably one of the bloodiest films ever made, which will have many reaching for the nearest bucket, it also leaves you with no illusions about the brutality of medieval warfare. The relentless battle scenes and graphic depiction of men being hacked to pieces is perhaps over emphasised at the expense of any meaningful plot, but it is possibly a more accurate depiction of the true horror of hand to hand combat than seen in more sanitised films. The grey back drop also draws you into the grim world and misery of King John's reign. Absorbing in a voyeuristic sense, but really should be an 18 certificate and not 15.
Private U (jp) wrote: Excellent movie! Czech story about czech people, with special personnality of Vaclav, story at once comical and sad.
Joshua J (ca) wrote: Entertaining movie, not as good as the first one. It seemed like they re-used some of the first movie's sets.
Kinch K (es) wrote: Almost no-one I meet has even heard of this film and it's a damned shame as it is funny, moving, profound and superbly acted. Jack Black's scenes in this film are the best and funniest thing he has ever done.
Mike W (nl) wrote: Simon maybe a little person but he is a hero!
Melissa W (au) wrote: Enchanting, heartfelt story. Nothing spectacular though.
Justin W (it) wrote: theres no tellin how many times i watched this movie
James H (nl) wrote: Blue Valentine is a good diverge of regular romance stories that includes a snappy screenplay, good direction and brilliant acting. Cianfrance knows when to apply humour (which works to great affect due to Goslings brilliant comedic timing in particular) and when you make the tone more serious. Ryan Gosling is fantastic, he's almost playing two different characters, one charming and playful, the other unstable and kind of childish. Michelle Williams' character seems to always be moody apart from about 10 minutes of the film but she plays it well. Cianfrance trusts his audience with the film and allows us to figure things out for ourselves without telling us why things are as they are straight away. Switching between the two time zones is a little bit frustrating though as it changed the part of the story right when I was getting into the current one a couple of times towards the beginning. The only other problem I have is a spoiler related one so I'll put it below and you can read if you want, or not if you haven't seen it yet.They never properly mention whose child Frankie is. I think Dean knew it wasn't his but you never actually see any proper reaction and his relationship is so close to Frankie that I couldn't be one-hundred percent sure.
Joseph L (kr) wrote: Iron Man benefits from strong performances from Robert Downey Jr and serves a great introduction to the once B-list superhero.
Mark D (ag) wrote: Was a good 80s movie. It doesn't wow me like other films but I likes the story line to it.