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Ravishankar N (au) wrote: typical SRK, Yash Chopra movie.
Anthony C (gb) wrote: I don't care what anyone says! I love dogs, so I WILL see this movie.
Caesar B (kr) wrote: Sexy, realistic, well written
Paul K (jp) wrote: Absolutely spot on. Hard to believe that this is a movie and not a fly-on-the-wall documentary. Captures both the hope and the hopelessness of kids growing up in mixed race, mixed culture Paris working-class precincts. How anyone can teach classes like this is beyond belief. Amazing.
Mohammed I (kr) wrote: Over the top performance by all the 3 Deols.Cant blame them if the director thought focus on the actors was more important then making a good movie.Dharmendar and Sunny Deol compete with each other as who can be more angry and scream more.
Robert R (jp) wrote: Yes, the characters are wooden and the plot is entirely generic and predictable, but thanks to some utter cinematic dedication from Fuqua, a handful of cool action set pieces, and a criminally underrated score from Hans Zimmer, "Tears Of The Sun" mostly succeeds as an action thriller.
Devon S (fr) wrote: Look, I just spent an hour of my life watching this crap so pay attention. I suffered so you don't have to. Same bland tropes that belong in cartoons for babies. No. Not even there. Babies could see through this crap. There are about three minutes of decent animation and that's it. If you like watching cartoons for that one glimpse of something then fine. But if you want to, I don't know, do something worthwhile with your life like wash the dishes or eat a bucket of peanut butter and then wait a day, those might be less painful options than this film.
Mark James A (jp) wrote: ...a tragic and wickedly funny coming-of-age drama about the grim nature of being a school outcast. it has an exhilarating vibe of cult-presence and gloom-shrouded tunes lingering over its tone that feels strongly adversarial to the main character. This film doesn't seek to empathize, it tries to view her situation on how the world views her.
James O (nl) wrote: Maniac Cop 2 is a rare sequel that is almost just as good as the original. The original was one of my favorite movies of all time; a wonderful blend of action and slasher. The second one is highly entertaining, but lacks in a few elements. Actually, just one element. It doesn't have the strong cast that the first one had. It had BRUCE CAMPBELL, Tom Atkins, and Richard Roundtree (SHAFT!!!) in the same movie. Bruce Campbell makes a too brief appearance, but it does have Robert Davi doing a great job as a detective (but you can't replace Tom Atkins). Robert Z'Dar once again does a fantastic job as Matt Cordell, AKA the maniac cop. While up close it looked really fake, from a distance it looked pretty cool. I think he looked a lot better in this one than in the first one, because the original scarred look wasn't that frightening (when he was in the shadows it was terrifying). If they had used the make-up in this one over the ones in the first, he would easily rank as one of THE best looking slashers. Well, he would be anyway, but he would be higher on the list. The kills are all well done, like in the first, and the police station massacre was great. While it can't live up the first movie, Maniac Cop 2 still manages to entertain with a vengeance.
Kurt B (ag) wrote: They don't make fantasy films, or their soundtracks, like this anymore. Thank goodness.
John M (br) wrote: The green-headed stepchild of the Marvel universe. So this is about a scientist by the name of Bruce Banner (Edward Norton). He has had an experiment involving gamma radiation done in his past which causes him to change into a green monster when he gets too excited. Will he be able to find a cure, and will he be able to stay two steps ahead of the U.S. Government? I will go ahead and say it: I liked this movie better back in 2008. The Incredible Hulk is not bad, but Marvel has seriously spoiled us over the past decade, and that quality bar has simply been raised. On top of that, this has a disconnected feel to it because they went ahead and tapped out Norton for Mark Ruffalo, so it ends up feeling like its own movie instead of interconnecting to everything else. Apparently, Norton had wanted to do some darker stuff with the character of Banner, like traveling to the Arctic for a suicide attempt. The thing that doesn't hold up all that well in this is actually the acting. These are all good actors, and they have all previously starred in movies that showcase their chops. You can tell that Norton believes in the material, and he has a good chemistry shared with Liv Tyler in the on screen relationship. That said, almost everybody else feels cartoony, like Tim Roth and William Hurt. I don't think they truly realized the extent of what Kevin Feige and Marvel were really doing with their universe building. Roth in particular I feel is really hamming it up, playing a Russian character that they totally just retconned to be raised in England because he didn't feel like doing an accent. Marvel always is given a hard time by everyone for having weak villains, and the Abomination really is one of their lesser rogues in their gallery, even by Marvel standards. Out of all the Marvel movies, this is one of the simpler stories. The other thing that Marvel gets criticized a bunch over is these movies tend to wrap up with a brawl in a city with lots of civilian casualties. They have since fixed that in many of their more recent movies, but The Incredible Hulk is probably the worst from a human life lost standpoint if you are really paying attention to the final brawl. This is one of their lesser movies to be sure, but it was a necessary stepping stone to Marvel finding their legs.