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Biju B (fr) wrote: This is my first ever stage musical I've seen. I saw it on blu-ray though. An amazing performance by the complete cast. The singing, music, performances, costumes and above all the stage settings just added to the celebration. You will enjoy it only if you like musicals.
Nick R (fr) wrote: A must watch for any creative.
Gladys D (fr) wrote: Relaciones abiertas, realmente un punto dificil de tratar... interesante historia, para verla en casa.
Lee M (ag) wrote: Winner of the Golden Starfish fiction competition at the Hamptons fest, pic's gutsy, madly ambiguous unleashing of a mixed bag of religious reactions attests to a genuine sense of regionalism.
p b (jp) wrote: Ally Sheedy is awful. The first film is much better!
Tim S (fr) wrote: Deadly Eyes (AKA The Rats, AKA Night Eyes) is, you guessed it, a movie about killer rats. Not just killer rats, but oversized rats that are killing people at random in the sewers and alleys of New York City (as of this writing, Flixster's synopsis for the film is incorrect). As far as actors go, you have Lisa Langlois, Lesleh Donaldson, Joseph Kelly and Scatman Crothers. The movie, overall, isn't terribly good, but it has a lot of fun parts to it. For instance, you know while you're watching it that the rats in the wide shots are actually dogs dressed as rats to make them appear bigger, and it's hilarious. There's also some unintentional comedic moments in there to spice it up, as well. It was also written by Dexter and Walking Dead writer Charles Eglee. It's not an altogether terrible movie and it's worth a watch, at least.
Shawn P (ca) wrote: This was an amazing, funny, sad, and ultimately uplifting movie about a Poor milkman called Tevye, who finds his beliefs and traditions challenged by his headstrong daughters and the ever changing world around him. I'm glad I saw this.
Michael R (gb) wrote: Amazing movie, the violent visuals along with the amazing acting by Michael Fassbender makes this a Win Win. Not for the timid, but when you learn it's based off a true story it really makes you want to research about it.
Rachel M (es) wrote: rubbish. complete and utter rubbish. don't bother watching it. stupid story and crap actors.