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102 Minutes That Changed America torrent reviews
makayla t (fr) wrote: this movie is the greatest
William W (br) wrote: I decided since this was my mother's 75th birthday to check out the first of the 'Divergent' series, since I love Kate Winslet and Ashley Judd, and Neil Burger's earlier 'Limitless' was intriguing and decent for recent sci-fi. Unfortunately the actors playing the main protagonists and the special effects were atrocious, the paper-thin plot was resoundingly predictable and I couldn't wait till it ended.Definitely one Burger that was way overdone.Of course Hollywood garbage like this produces a ton of sequels, while much better and original projects get kicked to the gutterIt descended into a shoot-em-up, which must have made Republicans and the NRA happy. It's a half hour too long, given epic treatment when it deserves far less, and the dialogue's terrible, as if a high school student had written it. I'll pass on any sequels. And the poster's hilarious--Four transcends his fear of heights, just to get Tris' butt in his face. I hope for his sake she didn't have tacos for lunch.
Kevin R (kr) wrote: Let me release the Kraken!A family moves into a house that everyone in the neighborhood keeps their distance from. They begin to experience a series of events of what they believe is break-ins and set up cameras around the house to catch the intruders in the act. They discover the events are not break-ins or being conducted by burglars."Dad, please be careful."Tod Williams, director of The Door in the Floor, The Adventures of Sebastian Cole, and the upcoming Cell, delivers Paranormal Activity 2. The storyline for this picture is just okay and not as good as the original and some of the follow ups. The horror elements were mediocre, as was the acting, but the script was clever. "We just can't let this affect us that much; if we do that, the terrorists win."I randomly came across this one night at 7-11 and grabbed it as the only Paranormal Activity picture I had not seen. This was very mediocre and not really worth a viewing. I only recommend this to die hard horror movie or Paranormal Activity fans."The spirits may be horny."Grade: C
Mattias E (mx) wrote: Apichatpong Weerasethakul in a very romantic mood here. And it's all about the details with this director, whose remarkable sense of obscure things, like the way people unconsciously move or speak, makes him quite unique. In Syndromes and a Century he, like no other filmmaker I know, conveys the feeling that the tiniest things really matter. The eerier qualities of his former work are here too, but not as distinctly as in the director's unsurpassable masterpiece Tropical Malady.
Ty H (it) wrote: not sure why it has such a low rating. i thought it was well-done. it's very low-key and timid, like the main character, so maybe that's the problem. anyway. shot wonderfully. excellent music. and a great moral that it's often the things ignored and overlooked that prove most important.
Greg W (kr) wrote: third time posting this review flixter enough is enough
Christopher B (fr) wrote: Weak tale of a successful & introverted lawyer getting cold-feet at the alter. He walks out only to begin a mid-life affair with a young pot-head his *free-living* brother introduced him to. The script writers quite obviously didn't get it.
Private U (de) wrote: This has to be one of my favourite Capra films.
Richard P (nl) wrote: If you can sit still long enough to get through beginning where they have to set up the story, you will get a story that is worth watching but leaves one wanting more than what was presented. You are tempted to want to direct and tweak the story line for every ones sake. Has/had potential until it didn't. Watch & kill some time.