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Chelsea S (br) wrote: why? the first one wasn't even that great
Antti Q (de) wrote: My name is Don, just Don. An unnecessary sequel but nevertheless decent flick. Just barking the wrong tree - too much Holly, too little Bolly.
Claire T (fr) wrote: hate it, I thought it was crap, I didn't like it I thought it was crap and I expected better I will watch this again, it starred Adam Baldwin and Dan Castellaneta ( Homer Simpson), but I hated this film, I won't watch it again
Jamie F (br) wrote: What's not to like about medieval armies battling with soft weapons in the middle of a soccer field?!?
Scott C (gb) wrote: Great director and terrific premise for a film. Something was a little off for me. But, maybe I should see it again.
Lisa J (gb) wrote: I remember liking this back in the day, but it's been so long, I might have to watch it again.
Don S (br) wrote: A well acted HBO movie from nearly 30 years ago. The acting is very good. The story is based after the horrible events at the Munich Olympics in '72. Not fully believable - these 5 guys appeared to have it too easy - but the story is intriguing. The movie would have been better by cutting out the last 20 minutes or so, but still, a very good political drama.
JasonandMary R (ag) wrote: The whole button eyes thing will scare the little ones and creep you out. I would not recommend to under 10.
Steve C (nl) wrote: One of the best martial arts movies ever!
cody r (kr) wrote: the first film was a masterpiece this one is just a cheesy b movie it had its stupid enjoyable moments but the first is superior in every way but its descent if your looking for cheesy fun 5/10
Joseph M (fr) wrote: Has absolutely nothing in common with the classic novel. Tries to turn an alternative Democratic system into fascism, thereby completely missing Henline's point. Tries to claim entire culture is about the military when that was only one aspect of the book. The writer, producer, and director need to learn reading compression.
Matt M (es) wrote: The Little family adopts a mouse and treats him like a child, but the family cat wants to get rid of him. Once you get past the ridiculousness of the plot, this is quite a harmless and amicably entertaining family movie that makes good use of CGI to make the character of the mouse look credible enough.
Joseph W (ca) wrote: Strangely this movie isn't that bad.