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Jim B (de) wrote: I've seen a few of the titles in this documentary, but It just made my to-watch list a little bit longer.
Dina R (ru) wrote: Fantastic dancing and good story loved it .
Clarice C (us) wrote: love the dude 4rm kangaroo jack
Suanne D (it) wrote: This one was really cute. My family liked it a lot.
Black F (br) wrote: "Welcome to hell, mother f***as!!!" The only highlight was the story teller who's a good actor in an undermining role. I also like rusty, but this is a bit too rediculous at times, but is funny. maybe that's the point.
Darrin C (kr) wrote: Saw it in theaters when it first came out back then and still found it trying to reach a plot and unnecessary...
Velma S (ca) wrote: Just watch it. Thats all im going to say.
Teresa G (us) wrote: Epic movie! Super under rated!
Richard L (ag) wrote: It's a movie about a small community in California that progressively collapses after is loses contact with the outside world after a large-scale nuclear war betwenn the USA and the USSR. It is centered on a family and has a realist, existential stance rather than the usual postapocalyptic landscape with lots of action and special effects. It is a highly interesting movie, with great acting, original characters and a simple storyline. In my opinion, however, the false documentary The War Game (Watkins 1965) is much better.
Irvin C (nl) wrote: When people say they prefer the "earlier, funnier" Woody Allen movies, they're essentially referring to this film. A neurotic nerd gets accidentally cryogenically frozen and wakes up 200 years into the future and then gets into a whole lot of trouble. There are lots of wacky, very funny gags in this one despite the fact that it's obviously dated. This is probably the most slapstick-y Woody Allen film I've seen so far. It's worth seeing alone for the scene where Woody fights a giant pudding.
Zanalee Z (ca) wrote: Great for the music more than anything else. Poitier and Newman bring compelling intensity to a rather simple story but it never really develops into anything deeper. I do have to say though that these two men together generate a lot of sex appeal. Jeezus. They don't make 'em like that anymore. : )
Bart (au) wrote: cleopatra was black bcuz she was from africa you faggots <.<
JH K (it) wrote: A pesar del sobreclicheamiento, es muy agradable de ver y entretenida., aunque una extraa eleccin en la carrera de Clint como director.