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John Eric D (ag) wrote: Another very well made Asian epic! As we know Koreans are well known from their impressive works on suspense and romcom films. This epic war film is very well made. It's like Crouching Tiger and the Hidden Dragon meets RAN. If you saw those films, you know what I mean. It is really that good. First half its kinda over long in terms of story telling. It kinda reminds me sometimes of a good RPG game somehow. Thus, the second half really gets you in. I mean it will really eat your hearts out. I would not spoil anything but the story alone is tremendously well done. Revenge, hack and slash war film that really interacts the viewers interest not only the culture of each clans. But the humane side of the plot is pretty impressive. Another must watch seriously. Watch this one. 4.5 stars out of 5.
King G (ca) wrote: very entertaining...especially the rap and the rnb music which was used
Maddy R (fr) wrote: AMAZING! one of the best movies I've ever seen.
Charlie W (au) wrote: If You Have Seen All 3 Series You Will be Stunned By This Master Piece
Grant H (kr) wrote: Pretty bad movie. Its story has moments of intrigue, some of the film's suspense works and Giamatti delivers a stellar lead performance, but the majority of the film's story, character and pacing are dull and most of the cast's performances are lacking, especially Howard, who's only job seemed to be to sit in a shower and act scared.
Adam B (es) wrote: Now this is a movie!
alex f (br) wrote: Best off as a one off on C4.
Alan O (ag) wrote: Must see movie about how cults work. This was a very influential movie on me.
willy w (it) wrote: this movie was sick! slow, sometimes, but worth it. a true tragedy and sad and dark. Frank is a cop who goes alone against corruption. really raw. nothing special by way of cinematography or style.
Alice S (it) wrote: MAN! MAN! I didn't LOVE this movie, but I can certainly understand its cult status as the bitterest of the sweet, chocolate-shitting, daisy-vomiting doomed romances. I'm guessing it spawned other rich boy-poor girl-DEATH stories such as "A Walk to Remember," which is also schlocky but irresistible. The screenplay boasts some nice zingers (the couple's catty meet-cute and the bad-dad-retort, "I won't give you the time of day!" "Father, you don't HAVE the time of day!"), formulaic but emotionally effective flashback structure ("She loved Mozart, Bach, Beatles, and me"), and clever match-cut storytelling (tense dinner with parents told over car ride home). Francis Lai's haunting score and the impromptu snowmance sequence are lovely wordless portraits.One gripe I have is with Ali MacGraw. I find her portrayal of Jenny completely overdone. Many of her snarky lines would've been better deadpan or flippant. Instead, every sarcastic quip is bolded, underlined, and italicized. Jenny is a quirky character that I'm sure many young men of the 70s fell in love with, but she could have used a subtler actress. I read on IMDb that the director considered Ryan O'Neal a reactor, not an actor, and that is certainly true. All of MacGraw's overacting is tempered by O'Neal's natural movements, boyishly floppy hair, and teary baby blues that exemplify how every woman should be looked at by her man.*SPOILERS*My other gripe, of course, is with the famously contentious line, "Love means never having to say you're sorry," and its implication in the movie's unsatisfying dissolution. Firstly, semantics: does the line mean one should never do anything so hurtful that it warrants an apology? Or does the line mean one shouldn't have to apologize because your partner already knows you're sorry and will forgive you? I personally like the second interpretation, and it would have made a better ending. Oliver's father is clearly sorry for cutting Oliver off for marrying beneath him. He gives Oliver money no questions asked and calls around to find out it was for Jenny's treatment. He has taken steps toward reconciliation and should be forgiven. I expected Oliver to say the line, then hug his father - indicating that he understands and accepts his father's repentance.
Andr D (mx) wrote: Ren Clair, uno de las figuras claves del surrealismo francs, filma en Hollywood una estupenda adaptacin basada en "Los Diez Indiecitos" de Agatha Christie, acerca de 10 personas invitadas a una isla donde empiezan a ser asesinados uno a uno. Lo reto a que adivine quin es el culpable.
Will M (mx) wrote: Although it is one of the weakest Harry Potter films, it sets up the world and does it well. That is really all it needed to do.
Abel M (de) wrote: terrible... do not waste time watching it
Daniel P (mx) wrote: Rogen as a scientist? Yea not buying it. Also not funny enough.