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David M (nl) wrote: This movie is a complete waste of time.
Joshua S (fr) wrote: good plot but not really that entertaining
Zachary S (mx) wrote: Solid indie film with a great performance by Naomi Watts.
Esa K (gb) wrote: Tekee mieli muuttaa Australiaan..
Mandela W (gb) wrote: As a kid I loved Peter Pan. Used to play the animated movie on repeat back in Zimbabwae. It was real interesting to find a movie based on the man who created Pan. Finding Neverland is an interesting story about the iconic character and the special relationship J.M Barrie had with a particular family that inspired him to write the story. Scottish playwright J.M Barrie (Johnny Depp) is well known in Britain but unfortunately his last play was a flop and he is in need of something new better. While out with his dog Barrie humorously comes across a single mother (Kate Winslet) and her 4 boys, the Davis family who he successfully entertains on the nice sunny day out in the park. Barrie continues to see the family and forms a special bond with them even Peter who for a good part of the movie hates him as he believes he is trying to replace his father who died. Barrie begins to find inspiration from his time with the boys to create a new imaginative story that would become the one we all know and love. All the while barrie is contending with his wife whos concern and jealousy over his time spent with the Davis's grows. Its cute really heartwarming picture. Really nice directing and really brings the imaginative feel that Jm Barrie supplied. Its pretty cool seeing how this man created peter pan and neverland it was all with imagination and chance. Johnny depp is wonderful here. Nailed the Scottish accent and played such a gentle fellow with such a creative mind. He imprinted on a family the power of hope and thinking of positive things. Kate winslet was equally wonderful as this mother who finds a ray of light with Jm Barrie. Well edited and decent visual effects. Its amazing to see how finding neverland became even a real life thing for Barrie and the davis family. Finding Neverland is beautifully written story that shows an unusual story of how an incredible fictional tale came together. Definitely one for the whole family.
Christopher P (it) wrote: Love is whacky and sometimes twisted and uncomfortable.
Larry Y (kr) wrote: decent enough FANTASTIC VOYAGE ripoff
Kevin G (fr) wrote: a simple tale with an interesting twist that makes it surprising and engaging. Whittaker is brilliant as usual. Some interesting recurring themes that need decoding but they do add to the great film.
Melissa H (es) wrote: SAD, SAD, ENDING! Be prepared.
Shafquat G (mx) wrote: A tale of love, sex and obsession not to be missed.
Jack G (de) wrote: much better than you've heard
Cory T (gb) wrote: Repeating the sins of the father is an overriding theme in ~Son of Frankenstein(TM) and the film doesn(TM)t tread lightly around it. Trying to tame and domesticate the inherently feral and wild is a futile enterprise as Wolf Frankenstein (Basil Rathbone) unearths in this rousing, unexpectedly character-driven sequel that doesn(TM)t bastardize the films that came before it. Karloff is still an inimitable silent actor since he must gesture and flail to convey the monster(TM)s self-hatred. For example, when the monster is awoken, he stares into the mirror and acts predatory until the tragic revelation that he is looking at his own reflection. However, the film is plundered outright by Bela Lugosi(TM)s scenery-chewing as Ygor, Frankenstein(TM)s deformed assistant. Lugosi is insidiously creepy and manipulative by using Wolf(TM)s scientific curiosity to his revenge agenda. The townspeople(TM)s sudden change-of-heart in the third act is a lazy deus ex machine but otherwise this is a judicious, absorbing rebound for the Universal monster.
Marlon I (br) wrote: Great and funny movie!
Ronnie G (ru) wrote: i watched part of it and it was real cool
Thomas B (au) wrote: Silly but fun with a surprisingly enthusiastic performance from Jessica Alba. Full review later.