Knute Rockne All American
The story of legendary Notre Dame football player and coach Knute Rockne.
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Eric P (mx) wrote: I love it thought it was totally different from the previews. love Andrew aja movies since"high tension" Aron paul was great
Christa W (ru) wrote: roger seems to have no child like wonder to him anymore. this movie is so cute and fun. a great watch for all ages!
Cecily B (kr) wrote: a ok movie, good for children. adults may find it boring
Jonathan B (it) wrote: The "Souvenir of Stratford-upon-Avon" mug seen in the opening minutes sets the comedic tone of this delightful movie. As the film opens, Shakespeare is in debt, the theatres are in disarray and the playwright has lost his muse. Enter Viola, a young noblewoman who has a romantic heart and love of the theatre. She encounters the young Shakespeare and the two fall in love but she has been betrothed to another by her cash-strapped father and it seems she will soon set sail for the far off Virginia. The skill of this movie is its witty, intelligent script that manages to deliver enough literary in-jokes without them becoming a distraction. Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman also manage to tread a delicate line between Shakespearian tragedy and comedy. Gwyneth Paltrow is breathily fresh as Viola and Joseph Fiennes plays a rascally bard. There are great comic turns from Geoffrey Rush, Imelda Staunton and Tom Wilkinson while Judi Dench makes for a wickedly waspish Elizabeth I. The movie looks sumptuous and elegant and the skills of director John Madden really shine through. This movie won a clutch of awards on its release ensuring it reached a wider audience than the subject would probably have commanded otherwise. Nearly 20 years on, it still works on every level and is a real treat for the movie fan.
Waleed A (ag) wrote: some funny, clever, interesting and memorable. some stupid, unfunny, dopey, garbo. the brian character was so lame. i kinda hated him. most of the chappelle parts were funny (2 viewings)
Kimberly S (br) wrote: I'd heard most of it before, so I didn't find it particularly compelling. Not visually interesting -- could've been a play. Glad to see Bunk from The Wire, though.
Christopher R (gb) wrote: Despite the obvious social commentary regarding civilized vs. uncivilized cultures and who are the real savages, there is a deeper problem with the film. Ruggero Deodato clearly set out to make a disturbing exploitation picture that punishes the audience for watching it. However, exploiting indigenous tribes by using them in a film, which no one got paid well to appear in, implicates the filmmaker as part of the exploitation problem and defeats the whole purpose of his argument. At the end of the film, it is hard to ignore that deeper problem and I would consider it to be irresponsible filmmaking with mixed messages about exploitation that Ruggero Deodato is unable to resolve.
Adam A (ru) wrote: "Knocked Up" came out that very same year, so i cant say that neither one of them copied each other, but both were good and both were truely original.