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Bonnie Z (jp) wrote: transitions between scenes could have been much better (jumped around too much). Kind of gave different perspectives to the story of Jesus' crucifiction - what the Romans might have thought, the Pharisees, and His followers.
Hannah D (gb) wrote: I found this rather too slow at times. I enjoyed the bits about Edif's childhood, but her grown up years didn't capture my attention as much. I guess this film will probably appeal more to people who like her music.
Kim V (jp) wrote: This is pretty boring but Spader is cute.
Jos M (fr) wrote: Buenas actuaciones , pero muy lenta , me aburrio
Serge L (ru) wrote: I was overdue to see this. Pretty good animation. Irreverent story. Felt like I knew the characters from another movie or time.
Allan F (mx) wrote: Indeed, hilarious, and also touching. Amazing performances from Otto and of course Collette. Go burn a cat.
Pierluigi P (fr) wrote: A deep, moving tragedy drawn from the bible's book of job. It reaches out as a lesson in cinema and in life.
Eric R (fr) wrote: When I think of a martial arts film the first thing I crave is a hot baked potato, with butter, sour cream and chives. Hey, don't make fun of me for that because I know I'm not the only one in the world that thinks this. How do I know? Because the makers of this martial arts monstrosity decided to call this hunk of crap "Hot Potato."Believe it or not this is a sequel to "Black Belt Jones". Most don't know that and that's ok because obviously one can't make a connection between the two films by the title alone. I mean "Hot Potato"? Ok obviously by the title one can't take this film seriously.My hunch was right as this film goes for the tongue-in-cheek approach. The film begins with a young women brought to a ninja camp somewhere deep in Africa where their leader calls her father and says she will be killed or unless he pulls aid. In comes 'Black Belt' Jones and two obnoxious sidekicks to rescue her.One of the sidekicks is a slick talking guy from Chicago and the other guy named, I'm not kidding, White Rhino is a pot-bellied pig of a guy that is supposed to provide "comic" relief. Our trio rescue our kidnapped victim within the first 30 minutes and the rest of the film is spent meandering from one poorly choreographed fight to the next. The plot is actually so thin that Jim Kelly only says probably 10 lines in the whole damn film the film. Considering I'm not a fan of Jim Kelly I should actually consider that a blessingThe thing that bothers me about this film is that it doesn't know if it wants to be totally goofy or just another run-of-the-mill chop socky flick. Some of the fights have Looney Tunes sound effects like winding up fists and others don't. The film is also full of fourth grade boy humor like "you just wet my shoes! You just be lucky it wasn't number 2!" This confused film just ended up annoying the living shit out of me and I kept starring at the timer on my DVD player asking the ghost of Bruce Lee why didn't the martial arts gods take Jim Kelly instead of him. This is hands down the worst martial arts film I have ever seen (so far) and only young boys who think dick and fart jokes are funny will be amused by this crud. This shit-quel makes Black Belt Jones look like a Shaw Brothers epic.
Shane D (ag) wrote: Much of this is actually not too bad and its largely due to the radiance of Michelle Monaghan. It walks the well-trodden plot path of many Stiller-Sandler-and the rest rom-coms with a few laffs along the way. The Farrelly's have well and truly been better but this isn't as unwatchable as I'd been led to believe.
Kevin R (kr) wrote: Just watched on youtube and found it very entertaining, sadly a little inaccurate historically but just plain entertaining, and it's all thanks to Dogmatix. For a 1968 animated film it felt quite modern, I guess this has more recently been done as a big budget live action film with great reviews, may have to check it out.Let us see if RT is working now and will save this.