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sam s (ca) wrote: Super cute, funny, and awesome. the acting was great; especially Mamrie Hart. Even for a low budget film I liked it way better than most the comedy films I have seen the last couple of years. The puns and jokes were perfect , which I would except from the trio (Mamrie Hart,Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart).
Cody L (fr) wrote: The story and acting was decent but it wasn't anything special in the long run.
Megan T (gb) wrote: not as funny as i hoped
Johnathon W (ru) wrote: Gritty but flawed cop drama that has a premise that is ahead of it's time but doesn't quite work. The idea of a found footage cop film is especially interesting in present, with the spread of car & body cameras for the police, thus giving this film it's innovative feel. When director David Ayers sticks to that premise, those are the best scenes, especially the opening chase from the perspective of the dashboard camera. However, some feel out of place, such as a bedroom scene that makes one wonder who exactly is filming, though the follow-up scene is perfect, if only to show how charming Anna Kendrick can be. The two leads are excellent, with Gyllenhall & Pena making believable cops & partners and you feel a real friendship between the two. They are do a good job portraying their characters as good cops but daredevils to the point of being dangerous to themselves & others (if those were real body cameras, they may not be cops for very long). Despite it's flaws, an innovative & gritty drama and one of the better police films in the past few years.
Janna L (ru) wrote: Made me simultaneously sick to my stomach and hopeful.
Eirik R (de) wrote: Det lnner seg alltid gi edderkoppen krokodillelyder.
laurent c (nl) wrote: I can't quote this movie, because i may have seen it in a wrong manner, but my experience of it, is just ...the hell ! Except Gerard Depardieu, i'm not sure i quite understood the way the actors are playing, and this bored me like never before. I could'nt even "ear" the text. But, maybe i wll try again one of these days...just because Pialat is such a brilliant director.
alan g (kr) wrote: Messy film. Atmospheric and interesting but ultimately unsatisfying. Rourke is magnetic, his only good performance. Worth a look.
Private U (au) wrote: L.A.:n kaduilla kydn sissisotaa rasistipoliisien ja rotusorrosta tarpeekseen saaneiden mustien militanttien vlill. Billy Dee Williams on radikaali-liikkeen johtajana hyv. Tm on ihan ok yhteiskuntakriittinen blkkis, mutta jatkuva white man vs. black man -asetelma ja sarjatulella kyv hsstys tasa-arvosta alkaa loppua kohti pyrryttmn. Suurin osa leffastahan perustuu Williamsin henkilhahmon takaumiin, jotka on toteutettu paikoin aika hienostikin. Grant Greenin soundtrack on mys kova. Joka tapauksessa joku Black Gestapo on kuitenkin thn verrattuna ihan mestariteos.
Scott S (ca) wrote: Airport (1970) -- [6.0] -- This star-studded best picture Oscar nominee is credited for kicking off the boom of disaster flicks that plagued (or bedazzled?) the 1970s. It's entertaining enough, though I much prefer "The Towering Inferno." All of the "Airport" movies (there would be two more over the next seven years) are fun if for no other reason than watching major Hollywood stars and revered actors slumming it for a few bucks. The maiden film features none other than Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jacqueline Bisset, George Kennedy, Maureen Stapleton, and Van Heflin. Helen Hayes took home the best supporting actress trophy for her performance as a serial stowaway.
Alejandro S (ru) wrote: No tan buena como otras pero igual de dsifrutable los momentos con Groucho
bill s (de) wrote: There's a lot going on(too much)and a finer focus would have helped.
Louise D (us) wrote: Not earth-shaking, and no doubt of niche interest. Personally, I loved seeing my beautiful home town get the cinematographic treatment, and hearing some Pulp songs that aren't bloody Common People.
Marc R (kr) wrote: The cliche is the truth: Meryl Streep gives one of the great film performances. If the film has aged, she has not.