Charleston is a 1977 Italian comedy film written and directed by Marcello Fondato. It reprises the style of the film The Sting.
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gary v (br) wrote: i love this film i cant see how people couldnt like it its 1 of the best british films iv seen in years i loved it defo 5 star for me
Christopher B (de) wrote: Great doc about Martin Strel, an endurance swimmer who attempts to swim the amazon. Narrated by his son, the film takes an unexpected turn into madness as Martin spends day after day swimming. His navigator Matt is the perfect Dennis Hopper from Apocalypse Now.
Rob M (fr) wrote: I wasn't sure what to expect but I loved this. Light-hearted, relatable characters (well, except Simon) and a story that requires the minimum amount of suspension of belief. Not a gut-buster but keeps you amused.
Ranny L (nl) wrote: If you love to watch adorable dogs, then 102 Dalmatians is great movie for you. The movie tells the story of an evil woman named Cruella de Vil, played by Glenn Close, who is recently released from jail. People believe that she has become nicer after her time in jail, but her parole officer, Chloe, played by Alice Evans, is suspicious of Cruella, and starts to investigate. She soon discovers that Cruella(TM)s nice acts are actually just a cover up for her evil scheme to steal Dalmatian puppies to make her a perfect spotted coat! Will Chloe be able to stop Cruella from killing the Dalmatians? Find out for yourself!I did not think this movie was as good as 101 Dalmatians because it was not very original and Cruella(TM)s acting is a bit outrageous at times. However, I was very impressed at the Dalmatians(TM) acting. Their facial expressions are adorable! The movie also builds some suspense and adds some humor, especially in Chloe(TM)s and the Dalmatians(TM) final chase to stop Cruella.I recommend this film to children ages five and up. Young kids may not understand the plot of the movie, but they can certainly still enjoy the chase to stop Cruella! Review by Gabriella Chu, age 14, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic
Noel K (us) wrote: A very well acted historical pic about the trial of Henry Morant during the Boer Wars in South Africa under British rule.
Jho R (mx) wrote: Started off all right...borders on cliche and clever, but just loses its balance and becomes ridiculous at the end.