Animated fable about a cliché hunchbacked evil scientist's assistant who aspires to become a scientist himself, much to the displeasure of the rest of the evil science community.

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Leesa R (it) wrote: the middle kind of dragged...but the twist saved it. maybe i was the only one but i enjoyed it. even wity tge hard to believe medical aspects.....

Caitlin L (de) wrote: Was a good movie. Was missing bits from the book. Not sure if it was as good as the book. Can't wait til Mockingjay.

Ro H (fr) wrote: Loved the movie. Taking my friends to see it as well!!! Love Sean, he is a really good actor!

simon h (br) wrote: Great film which isnt your atandard film fare but i loved it anyway

Riley V (nl) wrote: Very cute family friendly movie

Ingmar A (nl) wrote: A surprisingly enjoyable family drama. Gandolfini shows his tender side and Stewart puts her pout to good use.

Jason D (nl) wrote: Queer Duck is pretty much 75 minutes of one gay joke after another that misses more than it hits, which is a shame because of all of the popular voice actors that pop up here and there within the film. Also, the animation is akin to a short video you'd see online somewhere, maybe youtube. I don't know it tries to do the intentionally bad animation like South Park is famous for, but if I did, it may have gone too far. Queer Duck had its moments, but it's mostly a bore. The most amusing parts were cameos b Conan O'Brien and David Duchovny.

Som P (fr) wrote: The ending is perfect. I knew that there would be only two people of them survived from the trap. The most of all I like is the soundtrack. It's an incredibly beautiful song by Alsou, You must listen.

Benjamin P (ru) wrote: Revelations picks up 3 years after the first documentary and updates the status of the case. It fails to be as interesting as the first one, but there is also far less information to get across. It more follows some of the new findings and effects of the original documentary on the public. This one spins it's wheels a little bit, but still serves as a nice companion piece to the first doc. If you enjoyed the the first one, you will want to continue your way through the series.

Irene L (kr) wrote: i m now watching it at my uncle's apartment!

Martin P (ca) wrote: Greasy 80s cheesiness & excessive use of montages aside (11 by my count), I think this movie still holds up. It's a great example of how easy it is for relationships to go sour, primarily due to couples who don't know how to communicate with one another. Before deciding to commit to any kind of long-term relationship, I would recommend 'About Last Night...' (the 1986 version) to everyone (including myself) - and that's in spite of Demi's still-obviously-from-the-play-line (while turning on a lamp), "Do you mind? Good. Cuz I think we've been in the dark long enough.".

Orlok W (jp) wrote: The pirate of pirates--Great writing and All star cast!!

Daryl T (ru) wrote: Really bad b movie with the exception of the late ( her body was faound last year mummified Yvette Vickers...

Allan C (ru) wrote: Meh. Boring story about George Brent trying to rescue the beautiful Hedy Lemarr from here husband who is trying to make her think she's insane. The only real saving grace of this melodrama is that director Jacques Tourneur does manage to inject a fair amount style into the film, with quite a few striking shots and sequences sprinkled throughout the film.

Kevin L (ag) wrote: Can't believe I saw this in theaters. The script is terrible and the film is dull to sit through.

Mohammed A (jp) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Jigg (de) wrote: Good Premise and decent early scares, but that's not enough to save it from the later half of the film where it fumbles and becomes greatly predictable.

Tom G (it) wrote: Spy Kids is an eye catching, wild ride that is fun for kids. However, parents won't be able to keep themselves from rolling their eyes every few minutes as the Cortez's journey crosses the line between family-friendly comedy and cheese ball absurdity; and after all, that's half of its intended audience.