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Michael Q (us) wrote: I very very good watch if your interested in changing what you eat for your life.
Luke B (jp) wrote: I'm a big fan of all of Thomas Jane's work - I don't care what anyone says. Just found out that he actually directed this gem, so I had to check it out.
Anand P (it) wrote: The movie itself sports a simple enough story line; a deaf and mute boy who makes it to the indian cricket team. What holds our attention is fabulous acting by everyone, especially his kid sister who doubles as his interpreter. Nice watch
Robert M (jp) wrote: It's the same script as the original...just an extra scene or two and a few changed lines, but it's the same thing. Why? This is cinematic laziness at its worst. It's like the Psycho remake in many ways. There is nothing here that the original didn't do better (except for the impaling scene. That was actually pretty good.) And if your going to stick this close to the original and not use Jerry Goldsmith's score, then that's an automatic fail.
Alberto M (ag) wrote: Considering the amateurish nature of the previous works from Jrg Buttgereit, this feels like a mature work. Still isn't anything good beyond the shock factor.
Craig W (us) wrote: Zany! If you like madcap movies this is a solid addition to the genre. This is one I can watch a few times a year.
Lotti K (us) wrote: This is up there with the crappiest movies I've ever fast-forwarded through on cable. However, the gems of shitty dialogue are so precious that I have to recommend it to fellow lovers of trash cinema. Bonus points for rich douchebag villain with a ponytail and his posse of mulletted minions.