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Luciano G (us) wrote: The movie is enjoyable and valuable in several respects..... the photography is very beautiful and the actors recite their part in proper way, through a history that goes smoothly until the end......it 'a nice love story, with a good pinch of mystery with a remarkable soundtrack....maybe nothing new or surprising, but certainly a nice movie, worth to be enjoyed.....
John R (jp) wrote: 130218: This movie satisfied my "I need a modern Western craving". It's got some good action, great cinematography, but more importantly, it's a fun poke at the stereotypical differences between Canadian and US residents. The primary focus is on our perceived national view of firearms, in particular handguns, but other accepted stereotypes fall victim to humourous pokes as well. Some neat single action gun handling and as I said earlier, action. Great characters & costuming. Remember I'm a hard core Western guy so perhaps my rating will be higher than yours. I only gave it 3.5. It's not awesome but it easily filled my addiction and did it with humour as well. Added bonus. Oh yeah, Canada's national police force is well represented and they are not immune from the poking either.
Private U (es) wrote: This is a complicated, part political, part twisted love story that i found very enjoyable, if not slightly confusing, but ultimately an epic tragic love triangle. Twisted yet beautiful. I'd only recommend it to people who like to pay attention and dissect movies, not simply swallow them whole.
Missy G (us) wrote: I might have seen it but not sure!
Richard S (ca) wrote: Rather one-dimensional film.
David L (ru) wrote: Based on the Agatha Christie novel 'Ten Little Indians', this story pieces together ten strangers who come together at a motel as a result of being stranded by the impacts of a storm. It turns out that these characters are actually just pawns in a sub story to the main event of a man who is being sentenced to death for multiple murders. It then becomes apparent that this man actually has a split personality disorder and each of the individuals in the sub-story forms one of his personalities. As the ten beings then become whittled down by the one murdering individual amongst them, it is then the job of the defence lawyer to prove that the 'killer' personality did eventually die in the tragic events at the motel that night. It's a wonderful adaptation which is full of unforeseeable twists and turns, and plenty of action throughout. It's a classic whodunit mystery in essence which I guess we would come to expect from its Agatha Christie roots, but it's not obvious where the blame lies as the finger is pointed in every direction at one point or another. To be ultra critical, the intensity does peter out a little once we reach the final few characters and the mid-section comes across somewhat rushed in comparison, and appears to kill off several victims in a short space of minutes. Having said that, the ending sequence does add a good final twist so we aren't left ruing what could have been. It's one of those films which I can happily join midway through and still become engrossed until the end, and despite already knowing what happens, will still enjoy watching over and over again. I just wish there were more adaptations of Whodunnit Novels as this is clear evidence of their potential success.
Michael M (mx) wrote: Definitely better than I expected given the premise. Josh Duhamel continues to do his best Timothy Olyphant-doppelgnger work and the ending kind of has me wondering. You do a lot worse with 86 minutes of your life.
Sean W (de) wrote: On the surface, the film is a typical romantic comedy, based on the premise that two business enemies begin anonymously chatting to each other online, and fall in love with each other's nameless identities through the internet. For me, this was the least interesting part of the film. What interested me more was its exploration of the business world, and the moral grey area of huge business chains and franchises sweeping through society, forcing the closure of smaller, family-run businesses that haven't a snowball's chance in hell of competing.Nonetheless, it is clear that this was not the main point that the filmmakers were trying to show, and what results is a slow romantic comedy, and the romance that ever-so-slowly blossoms between Hanks and Ryan feels all the more forced. Hanks gives a typically great performance, and Ryan isn't too shabby either. It's a shame that they are surrounded by a chorus of one-dimensional characters who really offer nothing of true value to the story, and the plot itself is strained to the point of implausibility. But for most of its runtime, it will keep you entertained.