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Ashley D (ag) wrote: Can't believe I've only just seen this. Not only is the movie immensely thrilling, the character evolution is incredible and that is something rarely seen in horror movies - past and present.
Johnny T (br) wrote: Where "Paris" was the ingnue, fresh-faced and surprising, "New York" needed to come in with the confidence of a more practiced hand, and it never quite manages that. Better to think of it as a day trip rather than an actual film, just a brief, mostly delightful excursion into the city. Oddly, the filmmaker best known for his Valentines to New York, Woody Allen, is not participant. All of the participating directors - save Balsmeyer and actor Natalie Portman - are known for features. So part of the interest is seeing how the short form puts their strengths, weaknesses, thematic interests or styles into sharp focus. Provides some compensatory satisfactions, thanks mostly to the actors, as they make the most of a series of pencil sketches. Neither a comprehensive guide nor consistently good, but because the theme is romance, most of these small bites of the Big Apple are easy to digest. The project is lush and seductive as a whole, though some segments are especially vibrant. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film... (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
Jordan J (br) wrote: This is one of the most tear jerking movie I have ever seen. This movie is good at portraying what happened on the plain, or at least what we thought happened. This movie is not recommended for those who are bothered by this kind of stuff. This movie is just good because it respects the issue and doesn't add something that didn't happen at all. Bring a tissue box when you go to see it.
Whit w (es) wrote: A woman working in downtown Los Angeles is exposed to the fallout of a detonated dirty bomb. She escapes the city and heads home to the suburbs where her pathetic husband has sealed her out of their house to avoid contamination. This movie is full of stupid dialogue, illogical behavior and a twist ending that comes out of nowhere. Don't waste your time with this. All I wanted to do was beat the crap out of the husband and wife.
Jennifer M (nl) wrote: The whole story line for this film is just a bit mash of random scenes and some are really not needed for the development of the film. Zombies didn't really look that great, I think more money should have been put into it as well as more thought.
kim m (mx) wrote: This is one of my faves
David H (ru) wrote: "i just want to make sure that, a million years from now, i can still see you up close, and we'll still have amazing things to say..."
Collin P (de) wrote: A smart script, beautifully cast and likable characters are just a few things that make Good Will Hunting a 90s classic.
Bradley H (de) wrote: Brilliantly written dialogue and an engrossing storyline. Ben Kingsley is phenomenal as the ambiguous Dr. Miranda. I did not care for Sigourney Weaver as her acted felt a bit wooden to me. Luckily, the script and directing were enough to let me overlook it throughout most of the film.
nefnie l (kr) wrote: As I learned from Robert Osborne prior to watching this film, this was the last film John Dillinger saw before he was gunned down outside the movie theater. Was it worth the risk? I would say so! Gable and Powell are lifelong friends who took different paths - Gable a gambler and Powell a D.A. As expected, the two become on opposite sides of the law when Powell has to prosecute Gable on murder charges. The strength of their bond never weakens even as Powell marries Gable's gal, played by Loy. A great story about morals, friendship, and love. The performances are outstanding, and the start of many great movies with Powell and Loy.
Carlos M (au) wrote: It is sad to see a talented actor like Will Smith wasted in such an idiotic romantic comedy - a movie that is silly and implausible, full of clichs, ridiculous situations, unfunny gags, painful dialogue and with an extremely corny and embarrassing ending.
Adam A (ru) wrote: "Insidious" has ONE freaky scene involving some good camerawork, the devil sharpening its claws and a bunch of toys hanging around scored with a freaky song. But, this is your average "horror"-flick so don't expect anything new or even that scary. The worst part is probably the most ineffective soundtrack ever in a horror movie, that also will annoy the hell out of you!
jen m (it) wrote: this sounds amazing.
Paul D (kr) wrote: Pretty much only for kids with the dumbed-down performances and script. It's a shame there's not more for all ages here as the setting is lovely.
Peter W (gb) wrote: Meryl was gorgeous; Roy was wooden; plot was hokum; ending was silly; and herrings were red. (And the music!!?? Those swelling strings when they kissed for the first time! Thought that went out in the 40s.)