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Ryan V (jp) wrote: Assesses the state of political discourse in our country. We all know there is a problem with hatred and divisiveness. This documentary correctly lays the blame at the feet of 24 hour cable "news" networks (all of them), unchecked "facts" running through the Internet, and the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, allowing corporations to secretly spend unlimited amounts of money campaigns. To drive the message home, we get plenty of rational, level-headed politicians and newsmen, mostly retired. Most Americans would unfortunately hate this documentary, and instead turn on Hannity or Olberman, to have their partisan, inaccurate world views confirmed for them.
Yanni Y (kr) wrote: Way toooo OTT and dramatic start to the movie. But the whole "friendship shining through" theme is a great way to teach kids the beauty of friendship.
Canem C (us) wrote: WONDERFUL SOUNDTRACK! the movie? ahmmmm well i enjoyed it somehow, it could have been a great one, but could not, and i could not sort out why...since the acting was good, the story was good, the music was good...it felt like superficial, not going deep- the depth could be noticed but not on the screen...
Aisha A (de) wrote: Ho trovato questa storia non credibile. Quasi tutti i personaggi erano irritanti o noiosi. Inoltre, era prevedibile. Ho guardato il film fino alla fine solo perche' Raoul Bova e' fico.
Luca A (fr) wrote: One of the best tv series out there in my opinion
Jared L (de) wrote: Directed, written, produced by and starring Stephen Chow. With its unique blend of comedy and Kung Fu, Hustle might possibly be one of the best Karate/Kung Fu movies ever made. In the way that the special effects are noticed and still not enough to disrupt or discourage the fun the audience is having while watching goes to show how brilliant the choreography is executed. The use of what at first seems like the bitter old landlady and her weak husband as the antihero's that help discover the "chosen one" is refreshing in its celebration of those older Kung Fu stars as the heroes of the film instead of only the good looking young action star. The use of the classical music as the backdrop to such nutty and yet serious action sets is brilliant in its own special way. Take the time to appreciate the glory that is Kung Fu Hustle.
Adrian W (jp) wrote: In alright film but very boring.
Aaron B (de) wrote: Sutherland is good in this below par HBO movie.
gary t (jp) wrote: well....ummm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is such a really really really sad movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that peter o toole (.R.I.P.), samantha morton, john lynch, peter dinklage, steve pemberton (from the brilliant tv series the league of gentlemen, Doctor Who), play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this action/adventure/kids/family movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.....i think that peter o toole (.R.I.P.), was brilliant throughout this movie.....i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie....i think that this is such a really really sad movie 2 watch, but it is an enjoyable movie 2 watch......its got a good cast throughout this movie.....the whole cast is:::Jonathan Mason as Joe CarracloughPeter O'Toole as The Duke of RudlingSamantha Morton as Sarah CarracloughJohn Lynch as Sam CarracloughSteve Pemberton as HynesHester Odgers as CillaJemma Redgrave as DaisyPeter Dinklage as RowlieEdward Fox as Colonel HultonGregor Fisher as MapesKelly Macdonald as JeanieNicholas Lyndhurst as BuckleMason (uncredited) as LassieDR Dakota (uncredited) as action Lassieman this is such a really really really sad movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie......This is the eleventh movie about Lassie, according to the producers. It is based on Eric Knight's 1940 novel Lassie Come-Home. Filming took place in Scotland, Ireland and on the Isle of Man.In 2007, Lassie won an Irish Film and Television Award in Best Sound in Film/TV Drama and was nominated for an AIB Best Irish Film People's Choice. It was also nominated for a Young Artist Award in Best International Family Feature Film and a Critics Choice Award in Best Family Film (Live Action). Jonathan Manson was nominated for a Young Artist Award in Best Performance in an International Feature Film - Leading Young Actor or Actress.man this is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch, it is such a really really sad movie, but it is such a really really powerful drama movie 2 watch, i think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie....man this is such a really sad movie 2 watch but it is such an enjoyable childrens movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie.....
Shawn W (mx) wrote: Oil and gas executive gets sent to buy out a small oceanside Scottish town but finds he likes the small town lifestyle. Good story slightly tarnished by odd small side plot of a psychologist who verbally bereates the CEO. Worthwhile watch.
Spencer P (nl) wrote: Engrossing, chilling, and smart, this domestic thriller has classic taste and uncommon menace for its time.
Jared H (de) wrote: awesome movie.great story!
Angelito M (mx) wrote: A mixture of facts n frictions, conflicts, between all religions, pagan killed by Christian, and Christian killed by Jewish... At the end of the day power of authority is their main target..... sounds like religion itself is covered by the human evil minds...... Some good things found in this movie good looking actors n actress. Beautiful costumes and setting....
James M (fr) wrote: Troma for the demented lovers of bad taste.
Austin F (fr) wrote: Kinda funny mostly because I like Sean William Scott.
Ola G (ca) wrote: A gang of violent neo-Nazis from Footscray, Victoria, Australia, attack two Vietnamese Australian teenagers, who are friends of Tiger (Tony Lee) in a subway tunnel at Footscray Station. The gang is led by Hando (Russell Crowe) and his friend and second-in-command, Davey (Daniel Pollock). They meet drug addict Gabrielle (Jacqueline McKenzie) the day after her sexually abusive, highly affluent father Martin (Alex Scott), has her junkie boyfriend beaten up. However, Gabrielle starts a romantic association with Hando. Some of the gang's skinhead friends visit from Canberra, one of whom has joined the Royal Australian Navy and is home on leave. After a long night of drinking, fighting, and sex, two members of the gang go to their local pub. Unbeknownst to them, the owner has sold it to a Vietnamese businessman. Upon seeing the new owner and his sons, they inform Hando. Hando and his gang arrive and savagely beat the new owner's sons. A third Vietnamese youth phones for help, before Tiger and several armed Vietnamese men descend upon the skinheads. The Vietnamese outnumber the skinheads and force them to retreat to their rented warehouse, where the Vietnamese ransack the building before setting it on fire. The gangs violent lifestyle will eventually split them up and the consequences will be harsh...David Stratton of SBS The Movie Show praised the acting style in the film but was appalled at the level of violence, and as a consequence refused to give it a rating while fellow Movie Show critic Margaret Pomeranz gave it five stars. Stratton also described the film in Variety as "A Clockwork Orange without the intellect". Director Geoffrey Wright was so upset by Stratton's rating that he later poured a glass of wine on Stratton during a chance meeting at the 1994 Venice Film Festival. Stratton would many years later clarify his rating stating: "I think Romper Stomper was a very well-made film and an extremely well-acted film, and I thought Geoffrey Wright had a lot of talent. What troubled me about Romper Stomper was that it was made in a time, I think 1992, when there had been some racial problems with young Vietnamese people, particularly in Melbourne, and...I thought the film could stir up more violence..." When I saw "Romper Stomper" back in the early 90s I remember being hit by the violence and the destructive nature of the characters which evidently becomes the destruction of their lifestyle and lives. Its not always spot on acting wise and the cinematography is a child of the 90s, but in general are Russell Crowe, the late Daniel Pollock and Jacqueline McKenzie strong in their performances and create interesting nuances in the storyline. The insight that love is the true path in life and not violence might at one hand feel a bit outdated as a topic, but works on the other hand well in this storyline. "Romper Stomper" is as current today as it was in 1992.
Panos Y (ca) wrote: Two idiots who you wouldn't trust to leave their front door in the morning decide to take the Transsiberian and to make a series of bad decisions and 'duh' behaviours... One of those films that you end up rooting for the bad guys.