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Samir S (gb) wrote: People kill people in name of something as foolish as religion and the loss is sufferred by innocents. The people who kill...... Do they belong to any religion? And if they do, then it's not a religion meant for humans. Parzania is a tale which needs to be told, and to be told out loud.
Arnaud F (gb) wrote: Just as beautiful as it is simple... the way Tibet and Tibetans are.SHAME ON CHINA to (try to) destroy this culture!
Bruce A (de) wrote: Fatal Fury movie that has the worst and the weak plot, the voice acting is good and some bad, but the fight scenes are good. So if you like to watch Fatal Fury, please yourself
Robyn M (br) wrote: Dolly Parton's best! This is a cracker jacker full of laughter, it entertains your mind and your heart forget DR.Phil. Ms.Dolly is now the love expert. when finding a job becomes a hassle, depserate Dolly applys for a Disc Jockey postion and walks out as the new Doctor Love for radio. People love her because shes sensible, relative and not giving the 411 thats out of Psychiatry books. Straight talk gives it to you rather then beating around the bush. Great comedy-chick flick.
Eytan D (nl) wrote: While it ultimately feels like a mock Hitchcock, "Basic Instinct" is indeed a guilty pleasure. Does the mystery at the center of the plot make sense? Not really. Is it realistic? Only at times. But the dialogue by Joe Eszterhas, fraught with sexual imagery, is sometimes funny as hell and other times sexy. Campy and pulpy, "Basic Instinct" works because of a dedicated cast, dominated by Sharon Stone in an incomparable performance as Catherine Trammell. That interrogation scene is one to remember.
Frank J (ag) wrote: Wow. Me voil plong dans l'univers du cinma qubcois. Lolo, avec une grande tte d'avance, qui s'approche de la ligne d'arrive. Mais voil qu'un inconnu surgit du lot et s'approche de plus en plus; impossible de distinguer s'il est parvenu galit avec Lolo ou s'il trane derrire par quelques centimtres. Oui, oui, vous m'avez bien compris. Jsus de Montral est mon deuxime petit bijou qubcois, et j'ai t vraiment bahi par la ralisation de Denys Arcand. Ce film, c'est comme notre petit Da Vinci Code qubcois, mais sans budget hollywoodien.Et d'o sort ce Lothaire Bluteau?! Deux films en ligne que je le vois performer, et je dois dire qu'il est vraiment, mais vraiment incroyable dans Jsus de Montral (et un peu pathtique dans Le confessionnal), et il mrite grandement son prix pour sa performance.Jsus de Montral remet en question bien des thories, encore une fois sur la religion chrtienne, des thories nouvelles mes oreilles qui m'impressionnent et me laissent perplexe. Chapeau Arcand.
Scott M (us) wrote: This surfaced one night on one of the new, digital television channels now on offer in my country. Digital television seems to be filled with many long forgotten movies. I'll warrant that even insomniacs and channel surfing shift workers will have found this film boring. On another topic, did the titular character borrow his car from the set of Mad Max 2?
Jess L (ca) wrote: This is a confronting film, and not just for the scenes involving bestiality, but because of the tyrant-like father and his treatment of his entire family. When the father removes his son from classes to tend to his family's flock he gives the children in class a stern reminder, today it is Gavino but tomorrow it is you, highlighting the lack of opportunities these children had growing up. The flight of many of these now young men to Germany offers a ray of hope to their dreary world, but the disappointment and despair that sets in as Gavino must return to his family and the countryside is truly palpable. This wasn't the easiest film to watch but it all combines to create a powerful experience from the in your face and flamboyant antics of the father to Gavino's simplistic and almost haunting whistling as a means of standing up once and for all to his father. Not for the feint hearted but well worthwhile if you can stick with it.
Greg W (es) wrote: Michael Curtiz, a man who never met a stationary camera he didn't romance.
John B (br) wrote: Never Say Never Again is a great comeback for Connery here.