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Arrow in the Dust torrent reviews
Zahid S (fr) wrote: Gud for One time watch
Uros T (es) wrote: Not that great of a documentary considering it's subject is one of the most brilliant minds of modern world.
Karen H (us) wrote: 2017-01-14 better than expected. GB is still a jerk.
Amanda A (ru) wrote: based on novels and a video game
Bloodmarsh K (it) wrote: It's like spending an afternoon at Nick Nolte's house. His performance is fantastic, but that's to be expected when he plays a lowlife alcoholic on the verge of insanity. The real gem here is James Coburn - as good as Paul Newman was, the best thing he did was turn that role down, because Coburn nailed it. It was just way too slow moving for me.
Jian G (jp) wrote: The kills are more intense and violent than the other Halloween movies, but Halloween 6 is easily the worst of the series with its many inadequacies. Although bad in many ways, the film's biggest blunder is due to the tumultuous production it suffered from (reshoots, cuts, alternations, death of Pleasence). As a result the film attempts to incorporate an arbitrary background story involving some Thorn curse and instead of fleshing it out, disregards it entirely at the end. The digression of this Celtic curse unfaithful to the spirit of the Halloween franchise thus turns Halloween 6 into confusing schlock.
Eric N (nl) wrote: Just because this movie is dripping with 90sness doesn't mean it's worth seeing even if you want to relive that time. This is not a traditional chick flick but it is definitely for girls.I thought every character was incredibly annoying especially the guys. I watched this and the entire Rocky series in the same week in 2014 for the first time. The Rocky movies were anywhere from good to incredible. They didn't rely on nostalgia for me to be impressed. This movie really must because it doesn't work as a movie unless you saw it when you were a teenager in 1995.
Philip J (mx) wrote: Though slightly dated, it's an entertaining, at times even moving crime thriller about the crack cocaine epidemic which ravaged a once proud city, and the efforts of NYPD's finest to clean up the streets.
James G (au) wrote: In comparison with Russell's biopics of Tchaikovsky and Liszt, "Mahler" is quite restrained, favouring poetic, dreamlike/nightmareish imagery rather than the full-on sensory overload Russell is known for. Needless to say, there are still some pretty audacious, strong scenes and moments of broad humour (including some silent movie and Marx Brothers allusions, and a brief spoof of Death In Venice) but it's more about Mahler's inner life, fears and obsessions, as he and his wife inwardly reflect back on their life together during a long train journey. Georgina Hale is excellent as Mahler's talented wife Alma and Antonia Ellis has a delightful cameo as Cosima Wagner, kitted out in Nazi/biker apparel procured from Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood's shop Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die. A strong supporting cast includes Ronald Pickup and David Collings.
Tamach E (jp) wrote: A very amusing movie with some pretty major stars from the 60's (Newman, Dean Martin, Gene Kelly, Dick Van Dyke, etc.). Lots of funny happenings take place with some great acting.
Adrian B (us) wrote: Sincere, yet simple and dated biographical feature on U.S. president Woodrow Wilson (Alexander Knox), who works his way from professor at Princeton in 1909 to president in 1913. The film shows his political triumphs and tragedies, including the death of his wife Ellen Axson. It tries it's hardest to be a compelling biography on the legendary leader, including acknowledging his Fourteen Points Policy on World War I, but it has just has not aged well. Most of the film is sadly not that memorable, except the lavish colour and set designs. Knox's performance is not bad, but was not worth an Oscar nomination. Considering this film won four Academy Awards, it was box office failure and is unknown to film critics today. Has not stood the test of time.
William R (br) wrote: Robert Redford and Brad Pitt make this film worthwhile