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Jamie C (kr) wrote: pretty good.. usually horror concept ;)
Yao J (de) wrote: I touched life from this movie..everyone has his sorrows!! and we need to buy more time for what we want and to strive for the people we love.. profound movie, using an usual life way to show us a unusual life.
Jonas (us) wrote: nnu en spionkomedi som krleksfullt driver med sextiotalets spionhysteri. Inte lika bra som den frsta men helt ok.
Jim L (gb) wrote: #1 on my personal list of 10 Sports Documentaries You Should See Before You Die.By far the best sports documentary ever made, including the Baseball mini-series produced by Ken Burns. This movie is so good I am shocked that almost everyone I ask has not only not seen the movie, but most have not heard of it. Like any other great sports story, 'Murderball' features fierce rivalry, stopwatch suspense, dazzling athletic prowess, larger-than-life personalities and triumph over daunting odds. But Murderball, the original name for the full-contact sport now known as quad rugby, is played by quadriplegics in armored wheelchairs.'Murderball' is a story like no other, told by men who see the world from a different angle. Quad rugby players have suffered injuries that have left them with limited function in all four limbs. Whether by car wreck, gunshot, fist fight, rogue bacteria or any of an endless list of possible misadventures, quad rugby's young men have found their lives dramatically altered. Watching them in action -- both on court and off -- smashes every stereotype one has ever had about the handicapped. It also redefines what it is to be a man, what it is to live a full life, and what it is to be a winner. It was nominated for Best Documentary Feature for the 78th Academy Awards. This film is also #1 on the Rotten Tomatoes countdown of the top sports movies of all time.
Angel M (ag) wrote: hhhahahaha mennn long time since i havent watch it but i liked ittt,,,
Avi J (au) wrote: Chris Farley kills it man, these critics are fools
Deb S (fr) wrote: A homeless man Joe Pesci living under a library at Harvard blackmails Harvard student Brendan Fraser into giving him anything he wants after Pesci obtains pages from one of Fraser's senior thesis. Fraser, terrified, does all that Pesci asks for and lets Pesci move in with him and his three college friends (Moira Kelly, Patrick Dempsey and Josh Hamilton). A film with good intentions that entertains and tries to show that the things that are most important are not always the first priorities in our lives! Of course the biggest question is at a school as prestigious and select as Harvard how can Pesci who is just a misunderstood, hidden genius live under the library with no one finding out?
Garrett C (gb) wrote: I haven't seen this film since I was 13 or 14, but I remember loving it and it has effected me profoundly. I still find the imagery in the film to be some of the best in all of cinema.
Robert G (it) wrote: Very weird and different film. It is an original fairytale about a young girl who after gets her first period had dreams that about womanhood, sex and other abstract things. Pay close attention, other wise you will get lost.
Michael T (ca) wrote: Schlocky and boring.
Johnny T (ca) wrote: Director Guy Hamilton admits to hating Agatha Christie's writing style. He finds it overcrowded with characters and passe in general. Apart from cutting down the number of characters, Hamilton and scripter Anthony Shaffer have also had the audacity to switch things around in the inevitable denouement scene. Poirot points right away at the guilty party, while the true suspense is put into the how's and why's that follow. The delicious moments in an Agatha Christie film are supposed to come at the end, when the detective (in this case, the redoubtable Hercule Poirot) gathers everyone in the sitting room and toys with their guilt complexes before finally fingering the murderer. Next to Ustinov, Maggie Smith shines as the hotel proprietress in love with the murdered woman's husband, played with quiet gusto by Denis Quilley. Diana Rigg as the stage star makes it believable in one short song-and-dance scene that she really is such a star. Evil Under the Sun is a nifty screen adaptation of a 1940 Agatha Christie novel. VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
Joe M (jp) wrote: Slow, dark, gloomy, no in depth dialogue. Just a movie about a sick killer and his psychological manipulation of a young teen. Depressing.
Kiera R (au) wrote: I think this movie is good
Greg W (it) wrote: good story a feast for the eyes the way Wenders frames shots just a wonder to watch.