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Patrick M (jp) wrote: What can I say?? I have a sense of humor like a 14 year old.. This movie really cracked me up.. it was a low budget type..skit movie with some really big names in it.. The Amazing Racist is always funny. I've been watching is youtube video's for over 10 years now.. he's just hilarious.. He cuts up every race.. even his own..I liked it though..I saw it free though on Netflix. so.. I don't know if I'd want to pay to rent it.. but it was ok for something to watch...
Deana N (gb) wrote: Feel good family movie! :))
Hannah M (ag) wrote: I really like that they made a documentary about this, because this is a topic that needs to be talked about. However, the documentary itself didn't really answer any of my questions, was put together in a somewhat disjointed matter, didn't tell any sort of coherent story or create a solid enough atmosphere, and the ending was an abrupt transition away from what they were trying to say at the beginning. Obviously with a documentary you can't craft an ending the way you can in fiction, but it felt like the entire thing was dropped but they pretended it wasn't. Disappointing, because I was fascinated by the subject material.
Bradley M (ag) wrote: Fantastic performances from Crudup and Sutherland.
eynep s (us) wrote: Ah, this is an angelic sound or what?
Muffin M (nl) wrote: Anita (Drew Barrymore), abandoned by her mother and living with her mother's alcoholic, rapist ex-boyfriend, fulfills her geography class assignment by finding her pen-pal Howard (James LeGros), not in Japan or Brazil, but in the Chino, California prison yard. As their letter writing blossoms, so does their love, and the time for his parole is shortly due. They make plans to meet in person; when they do, she finds him a job, they draw closer physically and psychologically, and decide to cement their union by embarking on a crime spree. also stars Billy Drago, Joe Dallesandro, Rodney Harvey, Michael Ironside, Ione Sky, Billy Bates and Ray Bickel. directed by Tamra Davis
Jackson A (ag) wrote: "timo filme, recomendo!
Patryk C (au) wrote: That's how a real screwball comedy should look like. Joyful and lovely acting, simple, yet entertaining script, jocund mood, burning romance, and many exhilarating gags that won't stop the laughs. Cary Grant is brilliant again as the clumsy lover, who finds himself in upper social class and discovers that true love lies just around the corner, in the figure of gleeful and beautiful Katherine Hepburn, instead of passive and proud Doris Nolan.
JeanPhilippe G (de) wrote: One of Sandler's best, Happy Guilmore is one of the best comedies ever made, and adds a little twist to the sport film genre.
Greg W (es) wrote: still one of the best pre-code gangster flicks
Wailun L (mx) wrote: not as inspiring as I thought it was going to be, eh =/