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chris p (au) wrote: it is a great family film with a lot of fun and hardships. It has the original cast of the first one.
Matthew H (us) wrote: New movie and new direction like it
Alan V (us) wrote: Sort of like a film version of "Annually Retentive." If I hadn't already seen that show, this might have seemed funnier and more inventive.
Daniel H (au) wrote: Lacked a cutting edge to make it a really great film.
Marc B (fr) wrote: Great to hear the stories and methods from one of the greatest directors ever. Some interesting interviews and footage from all his films. A Clockwork Orange and Eyes Wide Shut are the pick of the bunch for me, but not to forget The Shining and Full Metal Jacket aswell.
Erika S (ag) wrote: one of the finest flemish movies ever!
Aaron M (au) wrote: Sad life of a brilliant artist well captured by Ed Harris in his best performance.
Private U (es) wrote: very confusing film, but i like the ending and few scene...
Arthur D (de) wrote: Silly, but there are some clever moments. I dig the Looney Tunes-esque vibe.
Orlok W (it) wrote: Four horror tales to fright and delight you--A nifty 80's horror anthology outing; For those not afraid of the 80's!!
Alec B (ru) wrote: The ending pushes the limit on psychological credibility so far that it almost completely strays into unwanted camp territory, but before that its a simple mystery that possess an eerie uncertainty. Each character's motivations are in question from the moment they are introduced. So I think I can give it a pass, but not without serious reservations.
Private U (nl) wrote: Interesting companion piece to Ichikawa's other war film, The Burmese Harp. Whereas the latter represented the heaven within man when confronted with overwhelming suffering, this one more simply conveys the hell within. Great cinematography too.
Maria R (es) wrote: A film, which because it had Sean Bean as the main actor. The only good thing about the film. Turned out to be badly written and directed by Hadi Hajaig on the theme of islamic terrorists operating in Britain.
Fred S (ag) wrote: Is it on Netflix or Acorn?