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William H (it) wrote: If you like scrabble, anagrams, words, or just documentaries on games taken to extreme levels, you'll enjoy this movie. It's about three ambitious young men who went for for the 2001 National Scrabble competition in San Diego. The big problem is that the three time defending champ stands in their way. I found it an eye-opening (and funny) look at one of America's favorite pastimes. You'll learn something, I promise!
Andy F (us) wrote: Utterly bonkers but this last Brosnan Bond somehow works and is probably his best.
Jason S (ru) wrote: Too much polemic to really set sail, Bread & Roses is nevertheless a good movie to watch when the country is increasingly anti-immigrant, when labor issues are dominating the headlines, and George Lopez is a nice guy on late-night. Shocking that this movie was made before the W administration. Gives you a good insight into what janitors and labor organizers risk, but the whole story is a bit of emotional junk punch. Let me put it this way. If your girl thinks this is a great date movie, dump her.
Sean D (kr) wrote: Attention getting and really unique!
Dean R (ru) wrote: Easily as good as any old school Bond flick and twice as funny.
Steve L (it) wrote: It so funny don't a few bad reviews fool you
Olli H (fr) wrote: Private Detective Rigby Reardon (Steve Martin) is called on to case of his life by Juliet Forrest (Rachel Ward), whose father has died mysteriously. While investigating the case Reardon has help, meets and talks on the phone with the various 1940-50's era Hollywood legends like Humphrey Bogart, Veronica Lake, Burt Lancaster, Bette Davis, Lana Turner and many other..."Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" has an great idea for a movie, a film noir parody added with Steve Martin's slapstick humor. While the the whole isn't perfect, it still gives plenty of greatly edited moments and some superbly funny scenes. Ending got a little weird but otherwise it was very entertaining.
Mohammed A (fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
James K (fr) wrote: Each vignette in 'Night on Earth' works towards its own unique goal, crafting a tonally varied but cohesive film that skillfully explores some of the many interesting ways us humans communicate with---and come to understand---one another and ourselves.