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Natasha G (fr) wrote: Cinema verite, park slope hipster style.
Veena a (ag) wrote: it is so sad and funny!
Carlos M (jp) wrote: After so many years and awful sequels, it is a wonderful surprise to see that this sixth Rocky movie is almost on par with the original one in terms of quality, since Stallone seems to have finally understood that what made that film so memorable was the human drama, not the punches.
Thrse F (us) wrote: Not at all interested
Ronny S (ru) wrote: Its on Netflix, but its a waste of time.
Mad M (br) wrote: Charming and visceral; great performances by the young actors.
Paul C (gb) wrote: An interesting film that doesn't entirely live up to it's promise, but a confident debut by Whitfield nonetheless.
Kim S (mx) wrote: Talk about strange! It's listed unrated. I had to smile.
Shawn M (nl) wrote: I remember the early 80's sitcoms and this film pretty much fits right in. It's very comical, or tries to be, and comes off as silly. The actors overdo it, and if I was five years old I might have a chance of liking this film. I'm still trying to figure out who this Leo guy is and why the two roller chicks hang out with him. I'm gonna say he grows up to be Tim Burton.
Carolyn Carrie S (fr) wrote: I tried to watch this one...AND as soon as I saw the Monkey face I turned it off.
Paul D (mx) wrote: Not brilliant, but steady all-round film making from the cast and crew. Ford uses the landscape well, John Wayne's moustache doesn't get in the way of his usual delivery and the story keeps the interest.
Lori M (au) wrote: I was rather excited to see these 2 British actors play middle Americans dealing with life...however, while their acting is as typical excellent, the premise of the film falls flat. Why the movie wandered into the gratuitous sexual exploits is likely the typical Hollywood ploy to obtain a wider audience, the aspect of how it even worked into the plot still escapes me. I cannot recommend this film to anyone---and sadly Colin Firth and Emily Blunt have made me sheepish to consider their work of value in the future.
Russell H (it) wrote: great acting. Hoffman is hilarious in the role. Very entertaining movie.
Dann M (ag) wrote: From writer/director Peter Berg comes the political thriller The Kingdom. When there's a major terrorist bombing at an American base in Saudi Arabia the FBI sends in a team to investigate, but the politics of the situation threatens to erupt in more violence. Starring Jamie Foxx, Chris Cooper, Jennifer Garner, and Jason Bateman, the film has a strong cast that delivers some good performances. And, Berg's directing does an extraordinary job at bringing tension and excitement to the scenes. The script is also well-crafted; presenting some provocative questions about terrorism, the cycle of violence, and cultural relativism. Though the politics may get a little heavy at times, The Kingdom is smart and action packed.
Robert H (jp) wrote: VHS Viral manages to bring us an anthology film where the segments themselves are better than the whole and improves on the previous outing in the franchise. Each segment (short of the wrap around) stands very well on it's own and would be recommendable as a short film. Unfortunately, this is a VHS film so you have to look at the whole of it. This is where I take issue with the film. The first two VHS films used the VHS format to bring about their stories, this is not the case in the third film. This is all digital all the time and yet not only do they use the VHS franchise name... they incorporated VHS style distortions, damage, manipulations, etc. throughout the film. I'd normally say this would be a 3 star anthology film but I had to reduce the score due to the poorly chosen wrap around and the choices made regarding trying to make a film that wasn't a VHS film... a VHS film. But if you like anthology films more for the segments contained within rather than the film on a whole, VHS Viral would likely still entertain so I'd recommend checking it out.