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L Christopher B (gb) wrote: I cannot give a fair rating, as watching this film, I am overwhelmed with feelings of nostalgia of being a 5 year old in that magical, magical decade, the 1970s. Memories of this film are wrapped up with my fondness of my Pete's Dragon Lunchbox, that accompanied me to kindergarten until being replaced by a Star Wars lunchbox. And in the summer of 1978 seeing Sean Marshall reprise his role as Pete riding atop the Elliot Float in the Main Street Electrical Parade.
Ross V (gb) wrote: This movie is why everyone should die alone.
Tom J (ru) wrote: What can I say? 5 stars says it all. The end is a true masterpiece.
Edward T (au) wrote: Milla Jovovich is so beautiful in this film
Waleed A (jp) wrote: Not nearly as funny as the first. Way too over-the-top end cheesy at times . There were still lots of parts that made me laugh, but there were a lot more parts where I thought that's not funny and they're just forcing it (about 3 viewings)
Lijilene C (au) wrote: One of my faves when i was a kid!
Rebecca W (fr) wrote: This movie will break your heart. The ending is so well done. This is truly the saddest movie I have ever seen.
Abel D (jp) wrote: It may be indulgent, a little slow between songs and isn't as witty as its script thinks it is, but Bogdanovich's 30s musical throwback still manages to be a barrel of fun. This is partially thanks to the cast, including the late great Madeline Kahn, who are not half bad at singing and give their characters more likability beyond their obvious 30s stereotypes. The sets and costumes, all done in sleek blacks and whites, look really good and achieve that 'black & white in colour' look, and most of all, the songs by the legendary Cole Porter are still the same quality material, loaded with memorable lyrics and double entendres. 'Well did you Evah?' especially being the film's most vibrant and funniest song.
Arlandus H (br) wrote: Cant let a hoe breath control nor monitor the strole jus keep somethin out ya purse fa ya boy ta hold...
Simon D (au) wrote: I read that this was the film that a fistful of dollars was based on. It does have a western feeling, albeit a Japanese Samurai film, and I can see similarities but not too many to make this boring. You should watch this film and pause it at regular intervals, go away and think about it for a bit, then come back, you'll realise slowly that this is a pretty weird film, and if it portrays the time accurately then Japan was a pretty weird little country. You do need to take some pauses to let this sink in otherwise you'll get dragged down into it and the next thing you know you'll be going down the put in your dressing gown having shaved the top of your head.
Andrew G (br) wrote: This subtle type of thriller can only be properly pulled off with the right cast of actors, and they knock it out of the park.
Renee C (it) wrote: Really good film! To spite hearing that it was a flop before hand, it was actually enjoyable! I am a massive Fallon fan, which might have been the reason why I enjoyed it so much, but the basis of the film was light, comedic and nice to chill to. Really liked how Latifah and Fallon DIDN'T get together in the end like most movies do, but found friendship.
daniel m (de) wrote: spot on portrayal of the different personalities behind the scenes of those responsible of your food and dining experience in restaurants. This movie serves up plenty of laughs , especially if you worked in the food game