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Jaime W (au) wrote: This was kind of a "welcome back from the dark side" broad comedy project for Jim Carrey. A return to Liar Liar form. I like his dark stuff and his light stuff. But this movie actually breaks my heart near the end. But I don't want to say too much for anyone who hasn't seen it yet.

Kristine C (mx) wrote: Younger cast amazing !

Jason M (us) wrote: What a beautiful film. I always love Duvall. Horton Foote's screenplay is as magical for what it doesn't do as for what it does. Cliche lurks around every corner but never appears.

Mikael K (br) wrote: The film captures the feel of Arthur Miller's novel very well, by creating a nightmarish, unreal universe that gets more and more twisted as the character is buried deeper into the world of prejudice. Exposes racial prejudice in a somewhat obvious but accurate way as a myth based, unrealistic schema.

damon w (ru) wrote: 2 stars for Michael C Hall simply being casted. 1/2 star for concept. 0 stars for everything else.

Tim W (gb) wrote: Terrible movie. Not worth your time. Horribly cheesy acting, cheesy lines, pointless plot. Quite perplexing to be honest.

James O (au) wrote: A superhero with a magic hammer saves the world and other worlds. He loses his powers but regains them b being great and defeats his evil brother who isn't actually a blood relation so it's ok to hate him. So, fairly standard plot but it's a decent film because the characters are convincing and the effects are quite decent. No idea why Jeremy Renner lookalike appears in this weird 3 minute cameo with a bow and arrow but that aside it kind of held together quite well.

Mark S (ag) wrote: The "McKenzie Brothers" sketches served their purpose creating the most offensive Canadians on television to protest restrictions on "offensive Canadian stereotypes" on television. But it's not a sketch that's suitable for making a 90-minute movie. The humor ranges from the absurd to the absolutely grating. Turn off your brain if you're going to watch "Strange Brew."

Steve R (gb) wrote: Bill Murray's inimitable style gives this standard family movie the extra edge. Good fun.