A journey into the lives of Middle-Eastern Australians in Sydney's outer-west.
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Thomas F (kr) wrote: Funny in parts but overall disappointing-nothing new.
Urhiel M (mx) wrote: one of the best movie I ever seen ! To watch and watch again .
Joshua D (de) wrote: boring and uninteresting.
Nathan N (us) wrote: Necrosis is fucking awful.
RajanSatish P (gb) wrote: This high tension drama is very graphic and deeply disturbing. Some noteworthy performances from the leads.
Matthew M (fr) wrote: All musicians and songwriters need to see this movie. It's absolutely devastating. Kudos to Craig Zobel for addressing a very real and heartbreaking attack on the arts.
Jennifer H (gb) wrote: This movie is perfect to watch if you are in the mood to watch a masked murderer go after teenagers. That is, if you don't have Scream, Friday The 13th or Halloween on hand.
Brian N (it) wrote: Excellent storyline, phenomenal ending, and extremely creative! A few audio hiccups, a couple scenes that appeared "rushed", and some explication or back-story as to why "Hailey" was immune to being hunted by zombies would have been helpful though. All that considered, the story itself and the ending, make me eager to see the sequel! LOVED IT!
Qone L (de) wrote: Making philosophy digestible to mass audience is not easy feat. An inspiring journey of self-realization.
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Kyle M (ca) wrote: The "Lethal Weapon" director brought a really good western film with little surprises starring Gibson performing his usual. (A-)(Full review coming soon)
Michael T (it) wrote: Vincente Minnelli's lush Technicolor fable is uneven to say the least, but it's a triumph of style over substance; Astaire and Bremer dance to the song "Coffee Time."
Jonathan K (es) wrote: It's hard to believe that in 1939 Ford directed three remarkable films: Stagecoach, Young Mr. Lincoln and this Revolutionary War/frontier saga. Although this isn't as seminal as the other two pictures, it's still essential viewing. The cast is magnificent, with Edna May Oliver and Eddie Collins standouts. It's evident that Ford's passion lies, not with the battle scenes (which are at their most compelling when shot as expressionistic shadows in the dust), but in the moments when the community comes together as a "civilization" (in quotes for those with an eye for political correctness). True, the Native Americans are depicted as drunken savages, and John Carradine's Torry bad guy fades to the background. But the glory of the film is not in the conflicts but (like so many Ford films) in the small moments ie Colbert spying on Fonda as he cradles their baby and she tiptoes away to pray. And the vivid Technicolor palette, like a romantic landscape painting come to life, is the icing on the cake.
Greg W (nl) wrote: classic action adventure yarn
Ali T (gb) wrote: underrated great movie