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Bryan S (nl) wrote: This was a moving demonstration of what the majority of the world has not yet realized. Medicine as a religion can and will hurt you and pulling back the curtain reveals a host of procedures motivated strictly by money. Chiropractic and many other alternative care professions have kept their passion to pursue what is right for the patient. The truth is revealed - make sure to watch this documentary that could save your life!!
Shawn S (fr) wrote: This is incredibly heartwarming and funny, has wonderful animation, and a great cast. This fits in perfectly with the movies.
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Brandon W (us) wrote: Watching this film again as an adult. I can truly appreciate how good this movie is. For the first fully CGI film to focus on a group of toys, it let the creative team get really clever with the story, the dialogue and the characters. Sure, the animation can look dated at some parts, (Sid and his dog) but you get so sucked in by the story that you don?t care. Woody and Buzz Lightyear have some of the best on-screen chemistry in cinematic history and they are just a joy to watch. Some of Disney and Pixar?s best characters they?ve ever created. Overall, this is a great film for all ages.
Tammy H (nl) wrote: I love all the Leprechaun movies! They are awesome!
Jamie C (it) wrote: An ok sequel more action than the first, A little silly on how they make Robocop 2 but oh well it's worth a watch but not as good as the first.
Harpreet S (ru) wrote: Stanley Donen's "Arabesque" starring Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren; Peck is a professor and an expert in ancient hieroglyphics, Loren is a wealthy and powerful man's mistress, at least that's what we know initially. Donen's film surprised me with its visual style, which involves tilt shots, splendid images through mirrors, and even animal footage to show what's happening inside a character's head. Where it fails is in its screenplay, it's very confusing, sometimes you don't know what's happening or why it is happening; the relationship Yasmin (Loren) has with Beshraavi (Alan Badel) makes me suspicious, sometimes you wonder why he doesn't get rid of her, considering the things she is doing right in front of his eyes to spoil his plans. We also never find out what's so great about the prime minister that Peck is so keen on helping, among other things. Specific scenes seem amateurish, almost so bad that it's good. I did enjoy quite a bit, particularly the compatibility of Peck and Loren. It's a messy affair, but has good amount of humor to cover its flaws; so if you can dismiss most of your brain cells you will have fun.
Aaron G (ag) wrote: Though not at all what I expected, this movie packed several thrills that made me squeal like a piggy.
Dylan K (au) wrote: Loved seeing Lance Armstrong in the Boat scene
Jonathan G (fr) wrote: The greatest film ever made. Apparently it's got dancing in it or something... Ahhhhh Jessica.