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Biju B (ag) wrote: is an amusing Jackie Chan movie. It is a buddy action-comedy that does not bring anything new but yet is entertaining because of Jackie Chan.
Mike S (kr) wrote: If you like Led Zep, obv love this :)
Augustine H (au) wrote: I watch it entirely because of Judi Dench. She didn't let me down of course. But then I discovered that it's Bob Hoskins who hosts this show. It is not a masterpiece, but the good show did entertain me and the simple plot did move me.
Milla V (de) wrote: Katsoin taman elokuvan lahinna tiukkojen liikuntakohtausten takia.
Spencer S (us) wrote: A sweet bit of nostalgia tugging on your memory, Diner is less about the dramatic turns of a group of friends, and more about a simpler time when most people knew Frank Sinatra as Old Blue Eyes, and the diner was a happenin' joint. This film only exists to wax nostalgia about the fifties, and though some trivial issues are brought to light it isn't a commentary on the times or a story that has any kind of real climax. The group of friends are interesting at first, as they each have unique personalities, slights of hand, and problems that seem momentous even today, but their storylines don't go anywhere. The one marriage of the group is troubled thanks to the fact that they married young, and the way each handles the impending loneliness was interesting, but there wasn't much conclusion. The new marriage that is just beginning doesn't seem to matter so much as being a setting to further the plot. Even Fenwick (Bacon), who is by far the most interesting character, is left without much screen time. He simply plays a practical joke, shows his intelligence, vulnerability, and eccentricities (maybe a form of psychosis) and disappears from the film altogether to make room for more boring scenes that aren't strung together. If this was a film about character studies, or an actor's film I would understand not having a plot, but the characters aren't developed enough for us to care about them. This was done so much better in American Graffiti, with its long, episodic sequences and significant buildup. Here, though slightly enjoyable as it is a "slice of life" film about an innocent time to most viewers, it does fall flat on occasion. It's saved most times by Mickey Rourke, who plasters another cocky grin on his face and steals most of the scenes with his charismatic flair and debonair, nearly grungy, appeal. The rest of the cast is exceptional when they're given decent scenes to work with, but otherwise this didn't floor me or make for a feel good experience.
Pravin A (br) wrote: Very good documentary on Vietnam war exposing the double standards of American leaders.
John Y (mx) wrote: Typical 60's comedy, but it's so funny to see Audrey Hepburn portray about 10 different characters. A must see for Hepburn fans.
Kalen L (it) wrote: I would give this five stars If it was a comedy
Brett W (ag) wrote: God damn awful. Terrible acting all round.
Barry S (ru) wrote: Young Mickey Rourke in his prime. Gritty, authentic New York atmosphere. A really terrific movie.
Godsif S (de) wrote: It's definitely dark but humorous and caring at the same time
Jessie D (au) wrote: My favourite bit was when Bella (perhaps the most pathetic female character available for young girls to idolise) was thrown around in the ballet studio at the end because it made me feel better about sitting and watching her be miserably inadequate throughout the rest of the film.