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Jaime A (ca) wrote: A little bit imporvement over the first 2
Blake G (gb) wrote: critics will always be critics. that's the way it will always go. fans will not be disappointed . characters represent the colorful personalities and traits fans love. haters will hate but all in all this us a great movie with great moral behind it all
Kirk E (jp) wrote: Almost "Birdemic"-level CGI, but unfortunately without the laughs.
Songeehn C (au) wrote: Rich documentary about the decisions a high profile recruit has to go through in todays age of big money. After watching this you'll be pulling for Telfair to succeed.
Miss A (au) wrote: A story about three girls having sex with an older man. I like it.
Marina N (ru) wrote: A good effort at capturing 50 cent's way to fame starring 50 himself. It's nothing special but it's good enough. Critics are over-analyzing.
Paul F (gb) wrote: Love me some courtroom dramas, especially ones involving the military! Judd and Freeman are great as they reunite in this thriller. Reminded me of A Few Good Men!
Zac H (fr) wrote: A straight out hilarious comedy I just happened to watch in my black film class today. It's one of the funniest parody movies from the era of The Naked Gun and other great parody movies. It's got many funny comedians and has a great message for making fun of the stereotypes in Hollywood films. Townsend doesn't just do a great job as comedian actor, but a great comedic director as well.
Adam S (de) wrote: Love the 80's New York flavor of this Jonathan Demme romantic comedy, and the wonderful performances by fresh faced Jeff Daniels, Melanie Griffith, and Ray Liotta. The near constant reggae on the soundtrack is pretty awesome too.
Stuart K (es) wrote: For Clint Eastwood's 9th film as a director, he chose to do something alot gentler, considering he'd brought out Firefox in the same year than this, it was closer in tone to Bronco Billy, which he'd done a couple of years earlier. It's a touching, personal movie, which echoes the life of Hank Williams, but it tugs at the heartstrings too, something Clint is good at doing when he puts his mind to it. Set during the Great Depression, it has Clint as a travelling would-be country singer Red Stoval, who is badly suffering from tuberculosis, he goes back to visit his family in California. Turns out Red has been given a shot at the big time, and has been a chance to try it out at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. Going along with him is his young nephew Whit (Kyle Eastwood, Clint's son). Along the way, Whit "comes of age" and warms to his uncle, but Red's TB gets worse, and he's living on borrowed time, but he's determined to give it a shot, despite his seriously deteriorating health. It's very well made, and it's one of Clint's most underrated films. It was odd to see an old fashioned film made at a time like this, but it's touching and warm, plus his son does well here. It's well shot, and the music is good too
Orlok W (jp) wrote: Absorbing & Well-Crafted Crime Drama!!
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Salah A (gb) wrote: "Perfume" is a very gorgeous looking film, even though its main character is difficult to follow and route for.
Daniel D (kr) wrote: Possibly the best Seagal movie.