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Serge L (us) wrote: Guy meet girl, sparks, and make baby girl. The whole is a passionate time where mid-stream, bad luck strikes and their little heaven dissolve. It dissolve or breaks down with a passion as well. A beautiful film that reminds us why so many believe in something... maybe even the ones that loudly claims they don't.
Tim B (gb) wrote: Entertaining, but forgettable - perfect timepass. Budding actor Taaha Shah might not get another role after his 'effort' in this film.
Stephanie Z (ag) wrote: um...maybe? Probably need to do some research first i. e., Catcher in the Rye, to appreciate this.
Kyle B (es) wrote: A gritty Shakespearean tragedy with a Woody Allen inspired story design and a hint of David Finchers art direction? Ugh this film is amazing. Loved every single part of it.
Jens S (it) wrote: French 28 days later? Sure, why not.
Ibraheem M (au) wrote: A teenage kid finds a jeep in the middle of a foggy valley with the driver's window open, as comes closer to the door, something inside the jeep that he can't see because of the foggy weather sucks his penis but then tears it apart, how stupid was that.
Maxwell S (fr) wrote: I would say it is a perfect film for what it strides for. It is all around, a very great film, the dialogue, (especially) the cinematography, and the fearless performances. It may not sound very intriguing, but this is one of the least boring films I've seen. The story is simple and effective, but every move this film makes it's very intriguing . Some scenes are gorgeous, some are disturbing and unsettling. But, it's a film that works. It's only worth one watch, though.
rur B (ag) wrote: Surpasses the original in every way: Better style, better visuals, better camera work, better effects, better story, better action scenes, creative new and cool looking villain and an epic finale battle.This movie is simply put: The best Blade movie.
Annette A (it) wrote: SRK's a bit of an a.hole in this movie. I spent the first half of the movie wanting to slap him. Nice settings though in both Europe and India. Kagol shines.
Miguel A (au) wrote: Excelente documentrio sobre a golden age do graffiti em Nova Iorque e o seu lugar na cultura hip-hop demonstra tambm que uma arte to efervescente s dispe de um determinado tempo para ser autenticamente underground. Apesar de claramente deslumbrada pelo graffiti, a perspectiva dos autores Henry Chalfont e Tony Silver suficientemente neutra para dar tempo de antena aos principais opositores da arte de rua e alguns desses testemunhos chegam a ser bastante engraados (e sarcsticos). Alm dos guardies dos bons costumes, h ainda outro vilo bastante improvvel (chamado Cap) para descobrir no "Style Wars".
Kevin C (au) wrote: Christmas movie with Gertie.Unashamed Disney 70s fun that had me feeling nostalgic. Mostly twaddle but there's a genuine affection for San Francisco which won me over.
Stephen J (gb) wrote: Awful. Films that are dark must be substantive, feature outstanding performances, and offer some sense of purpose and realism. Freelances does none of these things. There are no heroes in this film and no characters worthy of audience investment; from the beginning of the movie, we're waiting for the end. Even Robert De Niro cannot redeem this mess of cop cliche and poor film-making. I think we've learned that 50 Cent is two quarters short of solid acting ability. Time to make change...
Guillermo N (de) wrote: it wasnt better than the 1st one!
Greg S (mx) wrote: In a junkyard ruled by a sadistic gang of hobos, bums must also endure a plague of rotgut that makes them melt. The less sense this movie makes, the better it gets, but the jokes about castration, gang rape and necrophilia ensure this will never rise above the level of a guilty pleasure.
Rob W (br) wrote: The Abyss should just be called The Abyssmal. As it was just that bad. Admittedly it's taken me twenty or so more years to watch it but atleast now I know the reason for that. From the way the world has been since that film, we've showed we've not learnt one damn thing.