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Vishal P (ru) wrote: Who is the winneR? who gained? Awesome movie
Danny o (de) wrote: Amazing i lovvveee itt
Nicola W (ru) wrote: A plane crashes in the desert and team work combined with a strong will to live helps them to rebuild a plane and fly on out of there. Enjoyable film, even if it was a bit far fetched
Mike S (it) wrote: This profile of golfer Bobby Jones, who was one of the preeminent athletes of the 1920s, doesn't quite come together the way it should. It looks great, with excellent cinematography. There's a good supporting cast. I think Caviezel's performance in the title role and the script combine to hamper the picture. Caviezel portrays Jones almost as a addict. Jones says he plays golf because he loves it, but he's always scowling and tense. It's more like plays golf because he's compelled to. It's hard to warm up to the character. And the script seems to move unevenly. Early on, it has a young Bobby playing well and getting better. But when he starts competing in major tournaments, his doubts and his temper cause him grief. He matures and overcomes this, and the script goes searching for a new source of dramatic conflict and can't really find anything other than an obsession with golf that may be ruining Jones's marriage and health. There's just not enough dramatic tension to keep the story interesting in the second half. The film is searching for a consistent narrative thread to tie it all together.
Chad W (br) wrote: The third of the John Ford/John Wayne cavalry trio (Fort Apache, She Wore A Yellow Ribbon). I read online that Ford made this movie so that he could make The Quiet Man. This was also the first movie in which. the Duke and Maureen O'Hara starred together.This was a movie about family, particularly farthers and sons. It explores issues like honor, responsibility, and heroism.The cinematography is beautiful. The backdrop is beautiful, but it takes a back seat to the close-ups of Maureen O'Hara. She and Wayne had a chemistry that is undeniable.
Johnny L (ru) wrote: The routines are alright but the storyboard is still stuck in the same truckload of cliche dance movies that populated the previous decade. Still waiting on something groundbreaking.
Ellis W (us) wrote: Below is an attempt to be a blend of supernatural horror and World War Two thrills, yet it only feels like it points at them and doesn't try to enrich itself in either. Sure it's passably entertaining and has a cast which can act, yet in the end it is mere surface with only a half-hearted effort to be something more interesting than a plain old cliche.
Sanity Assassin (jp) wrote: was really ccchheeeesssyyy in some places... especially the bat in the cave, but it was fun. the bird that plays the lady garbed in white... abigail wolcott (what an arse... yikes... hotttt). anyway, yeh with some real amusing scenes (not scary at all but as aforementioned fun and not boring) like the turtle coming back to life and having a bite it holds your interest 'til the end. comic book esque
Matt G (us) wrote: Inventive but always authentic. Creative yet candid. It's like Eternal Sunshine directed by Mike Leigh. Beautiful, sad, and hopeful.