Edge of Doom
A priest sets out to catch the man who killed one of his colleagues.
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Rosie F (ca) wrote: My little brothers loved it!! It also has jokes for grown ups so makes it enjoyable for all un like most kids movies.
Caroline S (mx) wrote: Film trs sympa pour les amateurs d'quitation, et plus gnralement pour ceux qui aiment les animaux. Un peu charg en bon sentiments, peut-tre?
Panayiota K (au) wrote: Not as bad as i thought but too many cliches. I guess it's ok for kids and teens
Omar A (es) wrote: It supposedly tries to pull you in with the dramatic premise and the sad life of Timothy Green, but in reality there isn't any kind of life in this movie.
Raul M (fr) wrote: Filled with nothing more than honesty and facts, Brett Gaylor talks about intellectual property and it's flaws.
Hannah D (kr) wrote: From the maker of Calendar Girls, this is a real feel-good woman's drama. I really enjoyed it, and loved Sally Hawkins, who I thought was also great in Happy-Go Lucky. I appreciated the real-life clips of the actual strike in the 1960s, on which this film is based. And I was captivated by Rita's powerful speeches about equal pay for women. I was also especially impressed with Miranda Richardson's portrayal of the Labour politician Barbara Castle.
Kaho C (br) wrote: Just watched the Cantonese version and the film made me cried like a baby. Still thought the cruelty to cj7 was unforgivable but it makes up for a great ending.
Zach M (jp) wrote: A funny zombie comedy that was released by Troma, of course.
Joey F (es) wrote: An anime anthology film that sees both Satoshi Kon (Paprika, Perfect Blue) and Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira) directing portions. The two directed by those mentioned are incredible. The awkward middle one..... not so much. Kon's especially is amazing.
Isadore H (ru) wrote: From Paris With Love has it moments, and is most highlighted by a great performance from Travolta. However, despite its good intentions to give the audience some fun, which it does, this film ultimately falls short in a few too many areas, it has plot holes and aside from Travolta, the rest of the acting is okay at best.
Adam R (us) wrote: In what is considered by many to be his magnum opus (an assertion of which I wholeheartedly agree), Robert Rodriguez has given us one of the best comic book movies to date. Never before have I witnessed such a beautifully rendered visual style on screen. The sharp black and white look with some striking colors throughout makes this a movie that, as clichd as it sounds, feels like watching the pages of Frank Miller's graphic novel come to life. But even taking away that style, the movie still works for its extremely memorable characters and simple but engaging stories. Rodriguez has employed some of the best actors in the business with each bringing their A-game regardless of the size of their role. My personal favorite is Elijah Wood as the homicidal killer Kevin who manages to be extremely bone-chilling without saying a single word and with only about five minutes of screentime. Each story is well written (which of course owes much of that to Miller's original writing) and clear cut with solid characters and motivations. They work individually and as part of the larger narrative. In my humble opinion, That Yellow Bastard is the best (and most disturbing) and The Long Goodbye is the weakest (mainly for a few minor lingering plot points). But perhaps most importantly, Sin City is a film that radiates confidence. By confidence I mean that it's so sure of itself in its look, storytelling, performances, and enthusiasm that it gives the film that extra special element that is lacking in many other similar products. What could've been all style and no substance manages to be a happy medium of both. The end result is a special movie that it infinitely enticing. Yes, this is a cool movie and I say that as a fact.