Ditto

Ditto

In this endearing supernatural love story spanning two decades, a university student finds himself communicating with a female classmate from the same school through an antique ham radio...

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Kevin F (au) wrote: Kinda boring doesn't make sense !!!

Zachary H (au) wrote: Great movie, don't listen to the critics.

Jake A (ca) wrote: With a fantastic performance by Warren Beatty in the lead role who equally manages to charm and terrify this is a solid crime drama film with a good supporting cast, engrossing plot, lavish production, a great score by Ennio Morricone and a decent script.

Aj V (ru) wrote: I liked this Airport sequel a bit better than the first, but it still isn't as good as a disaster movie could be.

Gary D (ca) wrote: It will remind you of the shitty things you've done, or wanted to do. Shitty deeds, shitty repercussions, shitty regret, even shitty redemption. It's just a shitty, shitty movie. Well worth a watch.

Wes S (gb) wrote: Campy, cheesy, but a fun watch. The star-aliens looks incredibly stupid, and the plot zips and zaps all over, but by the end of the film it felt pretty together. The effects aren't good, the acting is decent, and it does get pretty slow, but it's a fun Japanese sci-fi flick.

Joe S (us) wrote: Passable action flick. About as good as I remember it. Some cool moments (Statue of Liberty battle, Grey's Chiun), and some really cheesy ones as well, but that's par for the course in 80's action. Ending is a bizarre combination of anti-climactic and unnecessarily violent. Looks like this might have inspired Human Target and Person of Interest (both way, WAY better) and could make for a cool reboot franchise.

Dinesh P (br) wrote: The premise is very nice but film looses its steam mid way. A small film of 1.25 hrs but still if fails to hold you in portions.