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Kristal C (es) wrote: Another childhood favourite. Peter Dobson makes the dreamiest bad boy ever...and when he finally gives in to the music...oh MAN! Watch OUT!!
Philip A (us) wrote: Had potential, failed to deliver.
John T (mx) wrote: An English couple's holiday in Spain is interrupted when they discover a girl imprisoned in a cabin
Lilian W (us) wrote: I don't mind the graphic sex since Regeydas was aiming to magnify his characters' escapist approach towards the painful reality of what they had committed; but forcing poetic imagery on something that is meant to be raw and vulgar just seems outright artificial!! Regeydas has proved to me, without a doubt, that he is a naive filmmaker.
mia f (gb) wrote: This was a really good movie! I loved it!
Christian C (gb) wrote: Raves for the prior film, Jean de Florette. This film, however, is bizarre and unsettling. Story is nowhere near as brilliantly conceived or beautiful. Seems like a straight-to-video bit of billingsgate rushed to market by a slasher film director. I give it a "M'eh".
Rorshach S (us) wrote: Carried almost entirely by Dustin Hoffman's performance, Tootsie succeeds as a dramedy, romance, and commentary on modern-day gender relations.
Paul D (fr) wrote: It has a bit of a Texan soap-opera feel to it, in part due to the colourful grade of film used. The story isn't put together well and is simply moments of forgettable family drama in-between firefighting scenes - the latter of which seem to be set up to ego stroke The Duke.
Adrian B (de) wrote: Before the The French New Wave of exciting films, Jean Cocteau's released this visual gem of poetry and death. A local celebrity (Jean Marais) is involved in a brawl at a cafe, that results in a poet's death, who is the rival of the celebrity. A princess (Maria Ceseres), who happened to stage the brawl and herself is "death," takes the body of the poet and asks the celebrity to accompany her. He begins to realize the true identity of this bizarre woman. Like "Beauty and the Beast (La Belle et la Bette)" and perhaps even better, Jean Cocteau has created a movie that integrates story, visuals and special effects into one. It is indeed a lovely film to watch and is well acted by the cast. There are tragedies, symbolism, and memorable sequences that cannot easily forgotten is this film. In addition, the film as a whole may have been inspired the great fantasy film by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger called "A Matter of Life and Death." Another magical film by Cocteau.
Melissa W (br) wrote: THIS IS A GREAT STORY AND WAS DONE BEAUTIFULLY. I ENJOYED THE DRAMATIZATION
John D (kr) wrote: Horrifically disturbing
Oliver B (au) wrote: another hidden gem in the Disney live action vault. very standard plot but great performances and a classic finale raise it above other average family fun.