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Ivan K (br) wrote: Way funnier than one would expect. Great lines.
Taylor C (it) wrote: Cute and predictable. Mila kunis improved throughout the movie. Thoroughly enjoyed her character.
Dean K (nl) wrote: oooh Snakes on a ......submarine?!
Hobbie D (gb) wrote: Hands down the best comedy movie of 2007. I'm about to go buy this movie later tonight. I can't live without this movie
Matt S (nl) wrote: After the first half, I was very ready for the main character to whoop some ass.
Drew M (ag) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. Not funny. I didn't get it.
Mike B (us) wrote: Fun, but strains capacity to suspend disbelief. Terrific cast.
Dusty L (it) wrote: 72% on my Tomatometer.
matheus c (nl) wrote: Brilliant documentary portraying the ball gay scene in NYC in the late 80s. A crash course in gay culture history.
Andrew C (mx) wrote: Unless you just really love trains, I don't see much sense in watching this. Possibly if you are drinking with friends, then it might be acceptable to watch and joke about but aside from laughing at it's not really worth it.I thought this was gonna be better then it was. The only thing I liked about it was the train was alive, which just reminded me of Stephen Kings monorail Blain(which was the only reason I kept watching the movie). I mean there were a couple of neat things in this movie, but for some of the scenes they used a toy train and although they tried to do quick shots of it, it was still very easy to tell.The sound quality wasn't that great, seemed like a cheap horror movie where the voices didn't quite match up with the people speaking. I don't know how to describe it...Another problem was that all of the extra information about what the train was doing was being explained in another language, I think it was Serbian, which would have been fine if they added subtitles to those parts. And these weren't small parts, they were talking a lot, yelling, point at charts, so I was just trying to guess what they were talking about. I assumed they were trying to stop the train, but I didn't know if they knew the train was evil or if they just didn't know where it came from or how shocked they were about other things that train was mystically doing. All I knew is that they wanted to stop it cause it was going to collide with another train, but the details would have made me more engrossed in the whole story. It got to be annoying cause of the frustration of wanting to know what the conversations were about, I mean you have to pick an audience and the majority of the movie was in English so that's your language anything else needs to be subtitled. It had to be like 20 or 30% of the movie was foreign.<<<<>>>>The ending was kind of lame, I was expecting the train to actually travel to hell or something like that but it just stops in the middle of the country and the last 15% of the movie takes place off the train. I was just like, "What happened to the train!?!"
Rob C (mx) wrote: its acually pretty good
Philip G (de) wrote: Crosses and double-crosses aplenty in this fun western. It races through its 94 minutes of runtime, which is the only real problem: it could have done with at least another 30-60 to flesh out some of the supporting characters. Western fans will revel in Lancaster's complicated anti-hero - but we know he'll never come good... on account of his black hat!
Cheryl S (mx) wrote: watchable with a few good thrills!
Ian C (us) wrote: An interesting take on the zombie genre. This flick focuses more on the relationship between two friends who now live in a world dominated by the walking dead.
Muffin M (nl) wrote: Ellie (Caitlin Stasey) and her friends never thought their quiet country life would ever change much. Heading into their last year of high school, they decide to camp for the weekend in a remote bush clearing. When they return, their parents have disappeared, their phones are dead, and all power is out. Soon, the horrible realization becomes all too clear -- while they were away, thousands of foreign soldiers invaded their country. The war has begun. Now Ellie and her seven friends must band together to stay alive...and fight back.also stars Rachel Hurd-Wood, Lincoln Lewis, Deniz Akdeniz, Phoebe Tonkin, Christopher Pang, Ashleigh Cummings, Andrew Ryan and Colin Friels.directed by Stuart Beattie.