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Andr D (br) wrote: Aunque no tan horrible como la segunda parte dirigida por James Cameron, "Piranha 3DD" (la cuarta parte oficial de la saga de las piraas monstruosas), no es tan graciosa como su reciente predecesora (dirigida de manera divertida y perversa por Alexandre Aja). La burla a los clichs y unas divertidas apariciones por parte de Christopher Lloyd, Gary Busey y David Hasselhoff no la alcanzan a salvar.
Jena P (it) wrote: Wonderful movie. Cute story.
Joe C (br) wrote: My cousin was a huge Harrison Ford fan because of Indiana Jones and everything. I had no idea who he was until I thoroughly began to love Star Wars as a young child. I saw this on encore one day and it held my attention for however long it is. I absolutely hate Josh Hartnett, and I think it's just because I really don't get or appreciate his acting style. All that aside, when you take a classic actor like Harrison Ford and put him in this semi funny cop flick, with a good story written, it turns out to be a semi enjoyable film. Check it out.
Heather M (au) wrote: This movie was just a wee bit corny. It is still watchable thanks to the wonderful Paul Walker and Gerard Butler!
khurram m (gb) wrote: I don't know. I had to watch it because it was from my fav director. Didn't impress me though.
Christopher S (de) wrote: Frantic and psychotic, Romper Stomper is a powerful skinhead/race war film that can join the high ranks of American History X and Mississippi Burning, though there is a loss of message and meaning towards the end.
eddy a (mx) wrote: 4friends skip school alot
Scott R (es) wrote: a fun western that sticks to a tried and true formula
Bheema D (gb) wrote: Suspense from beginning to end.
Matt H (au) wrote: One of the best giallos to come out of the heyday of Italian horror stars Fabio Testi as a gym coach at an all girls Catholic school where he's having an affair with one of his students. Attempting to keep the relationship under wraps however becomes a bit complicated when Testi's lover glimpses a murder of one of her school mates while the two are relaxing in a canoe leaving Testi with an alibi and information about the case he is unable to use in fear of his affair coming to light. Soon after, more and more students wind up being murdered and our protagonist must decide whether to help the police or his reputation. Even though it manages to include the underlying sexual themed motive common to the genre (Giallo's are Italian murder mysteries named for the yellow colored paperbacks flooding Italy), What Have You Done to Solange? instead carries enough development amongst it's characters that it's hard to find one you don't like, and refreshingly, ones that act the way we would.
Jackie B (mx) wrote: Did not go the way I thought it would. Great story-telling and characters though!