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Darren W (ru) wrote: Another great true story and Andy Garcia is terrific
Justinian Z (ag) wrote: A wonderful, magical movie.
Anu R (br) wrote: Since Amal won best film at the MIAAC Film Festival in New York over Slumdog Millionaire....it is logical to make the conclusion that Amal is THE BEST FILM OF THE YEAR!!! In all seriousness, I enjoyed Amal better than Slumdog as it had better acting by the lead, and the story had more subtle depth....
Omar S (br) wrote: Excellent! A bit long, but so wonderfully handled, you'll forget the length!
Greg N (kr) wrote: Tadanobu Asano, who plays a creepy steve urkel type, gets attacked by a dude called Captain Banana. that's the only good.
Freeman M (nl) wrote: A comedy guaranteed NOT to make you laugh. Not even once.
Peter W (us) wrote: Only because a scene that didnt make it into the movie was filmed in Moraga and I went down to try and catch a glimse of the stars and still remember it.
Joshua D (ca) wrote: "You just can't stay seventeen forever."While American Graffiti may be too old for me to relate to, this look back at the 60's is funny, flashy, and all together heartfelt.
Adolf v (es) wrote: This is an entertaining movie especially for those of us in our 60s; we lived through those times and it reminded me of some of what went on then. It was well worth my time to watch it again.
Clay B (ca) wrote: FLYING LEATHERNECKS (1951)
Jim H (es) wrote: A middle-class family endures World War II.Essentially propaganda, Mrs. Miniver exalts the bravery of common people in extraordinary circumstances. Of course, "common" in this uniquely British sense involves a life of luxury, and while the class issues of British society are treated tangentially, the most pressing aspect of the film is how the characters rise to their circumstances. Mrs. Miniver's courage when confronted by a marooned German soldier, Mr. Miniver's excursion on a fishing boat, and their son's flying missions are all examples of common bravery. Most of these scenes are subtle and individually compelling, but the film amounts to a simple extolling of the everyday, and as a result it becomes locked in its political message.One scene that bothered me from a feminist perspective involves Mr. Miniver smacking his wife on the bottom after he finds out she is responsible for the marooned German's capture. The patriarchal necessity that the man be the locus of courage was yet another reminder that this film is confined to its era.Overall, while there is some good acting, war propaganda can only go so far.
Michelle A (kr) wrote: good thing this random aussie crime thriller got a theatrical release, otherwise i may have chosen to torture myself by watching God's Not Dead.
Marjorie T (nl) wrote: Two great actors in a murder mystery. Need I say more?