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Edward C (nl) wrote: Great movie, probably the best of 2016.
Zeeshan S (es) wrote: Could have been a lot better.
Irene S (us) wrote: I am dance movie freak, so as long as it has amazing dancers and great music, I am all in. and this one from the series does not disappoint. its a continuous of the last one which was filming in Miami. and granted you, the storyline is a bit overdone. but who cares, the base is still the dancing, and The Mousse is back !!!!
Wave C (gb) wrote: Strong Performance from Glenn Close and Janet Mcteer made Albert Nobbs felt alive and live on
Alec H (ag) wrote: While it certainly falls prey to many Sci-Fi and young-adult fiction clichs, I Am Number Four is a perfectly entertaining action movie that really deserves more credit than it receives. If you are bothered by plot holes, that is simply because they didn't have time to explain everything in the movie - reading the books clears many things up
Mayah M (jp) wrote: super funny, though not appropriate for persons under fifteen at least
Rico B (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. It is about the challenging life of Seraphine de Senlis and her uncompromising drive to do what she felt she was born to do. It is a quiet movie, producing some fantastic character studies and wonderful photography. No overacting, just very raw human portrayal of an interesting woman and teh world she lived in - I loved it. Languages spoken are French and a little German, a bonus for the multi-lingualist. This is a good find, it is available from Netflix Instant View.
Noname (jp) wrote: The story could have been a bit better in this flick and more tempo sometimes perhaps. The fighting scenes though was really cool and well made. I haven't seen many "Donnie Yen" movies but he seems like a great martial art guy. Overall a decent movie.
Meg W (gb) wrote: Canadian cult classic.
Brian C (de) wrote: Better songs than the first two sequels and is a welcomed return to the darker themes of the original in dealing with change and an allegory for racial acceptance, but its still limited by the restraints of being an underfunded direct to video.
MarcAndr Jacques Franois D (ca) wrote: Bon film a voir! Certes ancien, mais les peripeties vont vous satisfaire. Tres grand respect de l'environnement de l'epoque! Bref, une bonne lecon d'histoire vrai!
xGary X (it) wrote: Sea faring buddies Hope and Crosby dodge marriage vows and set up house together on a remote island paradise, until beautiful gypsy girl Dorothy Lamour appears and upsets their domestic bliss. This is one of those old style Hollywood films that seems hilariously naive by today's standards. A pair of men who don't want to get married to glamorous women so they decide to live (and sleep!) together...okaaaay then! This was the first of their collaborations and so the formula hasn't quite found its feet; Hope is more of a sidekick to main man Crosby (even appearing below Dorothy Lamour on the credits) and so the screwball banter of their later outings is sorely missing. In fact there are far more songs than jokes so it can be seen more as a romantic musical than a straight comedy. There's not much in the way of plot either, but if you're in the mood for old school, undemanding fluff decorated with some 40s Hollywood glamour (involving some lovely costumes by Edith Head) and a few chuckles, this adequately fits the bill.
Sam S (de) wrote: Originally I thought a modern remake of this classic tale had potential. However, this film alongside Cloverfield just goes to show how little Hollywood can use their imagination to turn this latent potential into something awe-inspiring.
Lucas E (au) wrote: Some may think it a stretch to call it my favorite movie, but it's so good!
Gary M (nl) wrote: It was okay. Could of been better though.
Donald W (es) wrote: #woodyallenretro Podcast ProjectWoody perfects his mockumentary skills from take the money and run to a perfect tee with a very interesting and fantastically shot look into this charismatic chameleon character - still holds up to this day and can fool people to even think this was real person... well... not really but great execution