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Natan L (au) wrote: what you expect often doesn't happen, good story, something is missing to make it worth going to the cinema for
Stuart H (it) wrote: A fairly conventional genre film funded and supported by the Serbian Ministry of Culture; it wasn't bad but not that good either.
Natalie M (br) wrote: A really strong story about an unlikely pair. Loses its momentum at times.
Neeti G (ag) wrote: notice how people who steal film ideas never manage to get their act together? the actors mouthed dialogue with no notion of what interplay is ..or subtlety. get a grip people... i roundly hoot the end.
Sallu Bhai K (ca) wrote: this is goooooooooooood film guys
Cole M (it) wrote: Get to the point, Robert.
Frances H (ag) wrote: Well acted, but depressing as hell. What is the point of a movie like this? To make the audience sad? Who needs that? And what idiot movie producers, directors, and screenplay writers think we want that? And what were critics thinking when they gave it such a high rating? Who is so happy that they need a downer of a slow-paced movie like this?
Lindsey W (mx) wrote: One of her worsts, and she has alot of them!
Conor M (jp) wrote: Perhaps I will meet your friend Dom Later
Ian C (au) wrote: When your Sensi can run on water and dodge bullets you kind of know that it won't be long before you can cause serious damage to any cunt who crosses you. The Doberman dogs would win Cruffs year on year, Remo running on wet cement is the finest moment in the history of cinema and in this secret world of corrupt U.S. and government official you can hire builders to do a hit for as little as $30. It was the balls in 1985 and it still is in 2014.
Anna L (kr) wrote: Good work from Hurt and Julia.
Vikram T (us) wrote: watch it..that's all
Vincent P (fr) wrote: It doesn't become obvious that it's supposed to be a comedy until late in the game. That or Brit humor just eludes my grasp. Still, there's a few decent offings and you get to see Diana Riggs going bra-less and Vincent Price with an afro, so a viewing isn't a total waste of one's life!
Stanley C (de) wrote: Wall-E stands as my one of favorite Pixar movies and one of my favorite computer-animated movies ever.
Abel D (jp) wrote: A rather low key satire of sports and the promise of fame, 'Racer' may not be as humourous or endearing as some of Ritchie's following work (Smile, Candidate), but strong performances from Hackman and Redford and phenomenal camerawork on the slopes, especially for the time, can still be admired.
Andrey B (kr) wrote: Good and, i suppose, an influential classic for i caught many elements that are used in horror films nowadays.