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Jerome P (nl) wrote: Low scores for this one, but I didn't mind it. There is some melodrama that is somewhat weak but the details from the whistleblowers are powerful and seem accurate to real life. Perhaps, though, that it's too soon for a drama on Assange. A documentary similar to Citizenfour would be welcome, however.
Jack B (jp) wrote: would make me too ill to see it...
Artful (es) wrote: Did a hunky guy kill someone in their sleep? Perhaps the biggest problem with this drowsy thriller is managing to stay awake long enough to find out.
Eric C (mx) wrote: Hilarious and a childhood favorite.
Michelle P (fr) wrote: this sounds pretty good.
James C (us) wrote: not freaken interested
Ben R (mx) wrote: Not as great or catchy as Rocky Horror but its still a decent weird muscial. Alot of the songs here are hit and miss and the original Brad and Janet are sorely missed. I think Cliff De Young and Jessica Harper played the parts of Brad and Janet too awkward and weird for their own good. The original performances by Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick just came naturally and it wasn't forced at all. Cliff De Young is alright but kinda rubbed me the wrong way as Brad, but I'm in love with Jessica Harper and think shes beautiful in the most quirky awkward way. Her voice does get alittle too much at times but she can actually sing. I prefer her performance in the other weird musical "Phantom Of The Paradise" much better. Nell Campbell,Patricia Quinn,Charles Gray and Richard O'Brien make a return as different characters but were just annoying for the most part. You can tell nobody really had their heart in any of the performances, and just got through it the best they could. I also think if the songs had more time to be worked on, this would have been much better. Also the location of the single studio with different sets wore out its welcome rather quick. Not entirely the filmmakers fault because of a strike that was going on at the time, so they had to work with what was available for their sets. Not saying this is really good or even something I'd watch again tomorrow but its still worth a watch every once in awhile. If you like weird out there musicals then I'd say watch this and you'll like it just fine. If you're going to compare this note for note with Rocky Horror....just don't bother because you aren't going to like this at all.
Neopolitana B (de) wrote: You will thirst for a refund.
Logan M (es) wrote: Inspired by the real life Leopold and Loeb thrill killing, "Compulsion" works better as a detective and legal drama than an insight into a killer's mind.
Adam R (de) wrote: One of the funniest movies of the late 00s. This is a scathingly brilliant satire of what supposedly goes on within the American and British governments during war time. It pulls no punches and it keeps you laughing all the way through.I was unaware at first that the movie is based off of the British television series The Thick of It. But don't worry, you don't need to know the show to understand the movie. The commentary is biting, the mockumentary feel allows for some excellent comedy, and the performances (my personal favorite being James Gandolfini as General Miller) make this a fantastic comedic gem that is worth many viewings.