L'odyssée de l'espèce
8 million years of the human species
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jon r (gb) wrote: a good action buddy/cop movie full with laughs and gags don't expect more
Danielle M (it) wrote: Bryan Cranston cannot fail. I have yet to watch anything that he's in and be bored. I felt that he brought a little Walter White to the story and that was exciting to see him in that character again.
Paul D (gb) wrote: What it lacks in entertainment it makes up for with having interesting subject matter. The late Bettie Page tells her own story (via prerecorded interview) and it taught me a lot of things that I never knew about her previously. I would only recommend this for loyal fans of Bettie Page and/or documentary fans.
Dia T (kr) wrote: It's a crazy and amazing ride of a movie!!!!!
Nikos K (ag) wrote: ? 1/2 1/4? 1/4 1/2 ? 1/2...
Ricardo H (ag) wrote: A GLORIFIED SLIDE SHOW...filled in with a lot of lackluster script, dialogue, and a movie that goes from good and interesting to a complete mess. True, the visuals were excellent, being extremely erotic without turning into sex scenes. However, at least for me, the turning point for the movie was the whole "let's make a bet...," specially because the purpose of the bet did not make sense and the two supposedly intelligent characters knew there could be no winners. I don't recommend this one unless you have nothing better to do.
Private U (gb) wrote: Toujour eu un faible pour celui-l
Jason P (us) wrote: one of those bad movies that I actually like.
abdurahman m (de) wrote: nice to meet you mom
Andrew S (ru) wrote: Master of infantilism Adam Sandler stars as the title character, an overgrown rich kid who wiles away his days poolside, swilling kegs of beer and appreciating fine nudie magazines such as "Drunk Chicks" -- that is, until his father (Darren McGavin) decides to test his mettle as future head of the family business by posing a challenge: retake and pass grades K-12 in 24 weeks or watch control of the business pass to the requisite conniving underling (Bradley Whitford). Forced into action, Billy vows to change his drunken ways. He enrolls in kindergarten, makes new friends, pelts pint-sized kids with playground balls and develops a love interest in a pretty teacher (Bridgitte Wilson). The action culminates in an academic showdown between Billy and the purportedly Harvard-educated underling for the future of the family enterprise -- no small feat for a man fresh out of the first grade. There's gross, moronic, off-color low humor galore in Billy Madison, particularly in one subplot involving a romantically forward elementary school principal (Josh Mostel, son of theater great Zero Mostel) and his secret former life as a professional wrestler; another scene includes the hypertense school bus driver (Chris Farley, in a typical over-the-top cameo) lying in the meadow with a hallucinatory penguin. As one might suspect, Billy Madison is not for every taste.
Kyle M (nl) wrote: Everything I expected... Which is F***ing awesome!
Eric K (ag) wrote: Eh - not your typical S.C. flick... falls a little short... not very exciting or entertaining.
Carlos R (kr) wrote: Romantic, touching, funny, and extremely relatable. Silver Linings Playbook is a very personal story that hits every level of emotion while still remaining light.