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Guillaume H (de) wrote: It would have been ok were in not for the endless talking and boring jokes, silly men-chatter. Otherwise good intrigue and atmosphere, if a bit cartoonish and obvious, but its at least 25 minutes too long with all this blablabla that wants to pass for male complexity or whatever but goes nowhere at all unless it goes straight to stupid places.
Nellie K A (us) wrote: Funny. Marrant. Cmico
Patrick S (mx) wrote: Hilarious, fun, and totally thrilling with lovely production values. Seven shots of Jameson out of ten.
Claire T (nl) wrote: great film, I thought it was a good movie, it was something like Green Street, it was a good movie but I don't want it on DVD, good movie it was better than what I expected
Jamie I (gb) wrote: I wouldn't call screenwriter Diablo Cody brilliant but she certainly knows how to put the funny into her work. Coupled with Cody's screen writing is Ellen Page's definitely brilliant delivery. She takes Cody's paper lines and gives them life with all of Juno's ferociousness. Juno is sixteen and facing an unwanted pregnancy plans a "hasty abortion." When she can't go through with it she decides to have the baby and give it to a childless couple. That couple is Mark & Vanessa. And even though Vanessa wants to be a mother more than anything Mark refuses to grow up. Meanwhile Juno struggles with her feelings for baby daddy Paulie Bleeker. Even though Juno represents an irresponsible teenager, she represents an irresponsible teenager who makes an intelligent responsible decision and that's why you can respect her. The movie is funny, quirky and best of all Ellen Page is Juno. If only for that go see this. Now for some great lines!"Hey there, big puffy version of Junebug!""Nah...I mean, I'm already pregnant, so what other kind of shenanigans could I get into?""You should've gone to China, you know, 'cause I hear they give away babies like free iPods. You know, they pretty much just put them in those t-shirt guns and shoot them out at sporting events.""That ain't no etch-a-sketch. This is one doodle that can't be un-did, homeskillet."(Thank you Rainn Wislon!)"Yeah, I'm a legend. You know, they call me the cautionary whale.""Next time I see that Bleeker kid I'm going to punch him in the wiener.""Thanks for having me and my irresponsible child over your house.""You should try talking to it. 'Cause, like, supposedly they can hear you even though it's all, like, ten-thousand leagues under the sea.""I'm just gonna go ahead an nip this thing in the bud. 'Cause you know, they say pregnancy often leads to, you know...infants.""When I see them all running like that, with their pork swords bouncing around in their shorts, I always picture them naked, even if I don't want to."
Dann M (ag) wrote: Sharon Stone returns to the role that made her famous in Basic Instinct 2. Novelist Catherine Tramell is accused of murder once again, and faces off with a psychiatrist who believes that she has a risk addiction that drives her to commit murder. The plot is overly convoluted and tries too hard to be ambiguous and have clever twists. The writing is remarkably poor (especially for Stone's character), and has none of the seduction or intrigue that the original film had. An inferior sequel, Basic Instinct 2 is tasteless and uninspired.
Lee C (fr) wrote: Again, like the first film of Che, complete immersion into the storyline rewards the viewer with an understanding of conflict between two opposing beliefs of society and the chaos that ensues. The portrayal of Che Guevara is realistic showing his strengths and flaws in equal measure which largely avoids holding him up as an icon. The film is very slow in places but I see this as a bold way to illustrate the truth of warfare without resorting to action to keep a bored viewer happy.
Allan S (es) wrote: I saw this film quite a while back, and subsequently shoved it into my bank of forgotten films that are so incredibly stupid and so unknown; usually the films that lie in this part of my mind never surface again and are lost to my infinite collection of NON-films. Luckily for me Decoys has surfaced again, on TV! Female aliens arrive in a snowy Canadian college disguised as very hot students. Their aim? To find potential mates (men), hypnotize them into thinking they are their ultimate fantasy, start some rompy-pompy, and once climax is on the verge, release a vaginal tentacle into the unsuspecting victims mouth, resulting in either a new born or a frozen dead guy. Yes this is actually the plot. I don??t believe there??s any need to say anymore. Look out for the sequel!
Kevin D (jp) wrote: Kind of entertaining in the incongruous disconnect between horror tropes and exploitive comedy about dumb Southerners. The leads suck, but Dub Taylor is funny in a Dukes of Hazzard type way, and Jack Elam's crazy eyes are wicked.
007 W (es) wrote: Casino Royale is really good
Thomas T (au) wrote: Mr. Bean is full of humor, but as Mr. Bean's Holiday goes on, he starts to become humorless.
Eliabeth H (au) wrote: A good impression that really shouldn't have been a feature.
Craig F (de) wrote: Don't waste your time. This thing was like slogging through a pool of oatmeal. It was boring and had no scares whatsoever.
Shaun B (es) wrote: With the cast, writer & director, this flick should be awesome, but it's simply boring.