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Sanity Assassin (br) wrote: TROLLS! (not a spoiler) funny and at the same time mildly scary. found myself grimacing in an amused manner through most of it. always a fan of hall of the mountain king and didn't mind the metal during the end credits. ahh, the old adage, 3 heads are better than 1. I thought the nursery rhyme goes "i smell the blood of an englishman", not a christian. well, whatever. wont be going to the woods now without any concentrated troll.
Robin T (gb) wrote: One of my alltime favrs
Kris A (jp) wrote: underrated to say the least
bill s (ru) wrote: Enough moments for a watch but not the classic it's made out to be.
Martin D (br) wrote: Funny! So funny in fact, that i almost choked on whatever i was eating on more than one occasion! I had no idea there was some pretty sweet Kung Fu action as well. That's always a plus with me! I was looking forward to this movie for a long time, and i was somewhat disappointed, but then that's me and my high expectations' fault.
Phil H (ru) wrote: Snipes and Harrelson team up again for this so so action thriller as two transit cops that lose their jobs and end up trying to rob the moneytrain. The film kicks off pretty well with the duo tagging up together and bustin bad guys whilst somewhat rebelling against their anal boss, as you can expect there is allot of fast dialog, fast punches and swift stunts but not enough to really impress or save the film.After the first ten minutes or so the film does get quite dull quite quick its gotta be said with not much action and mainly the boys squabbling over Jennifer Lopez, we get some good fighting moments with Snipes doing his thing and Harrelson being abit of a dweeb hahaThe film really picks up again in the finale with the guys trying to work out what to do when the plan by Harrelson to steal the moneytrain goes tits up and they are speeding towards certain death with another subway train. Its definitely quite tense and its filmed/created pretty well giving a good sense of danger and speed, easily the best part of the film and just about makes it watchable, only just.
Troy K (mx) wrote: Great movie, I had seen it before, but didn't remember it. Holds up well over time and Fiorentino is quite the force to reckon with.
Joey S (br) wrote: this was my favorite John Wayne movie growing up, loved to watch it on tv as a kid.
Anthony I (de) wrote: Fuggetaboudit, Donnie Brasco is a mob masterpiece. Sure, it borrows heavily from GoodFellas, as many movies after it did, but how else can a mob story be told without seeming so similar? These stories revolve around the same kinds of people, with the same kinds of moral quagmires to deal with. Violence, betrayal and corruption always seems to take over. That's all these true stories are really about. What makes this such a winning film is how well Al Pacino and Johnny Depp play their roles. I believed them through every step of the way. I also believed, how fragile and captivating the mob life is to an unsuspecting pure soul. In GoodFellas, is was just a neighborhood guy. Here, it's an FBI agent, who is supposed to get turn these guys in. I was fixated the whole time, and I loved watching this film. It's a classic mob movie.