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Adrian B (ag) wrote: One thing for sure is this movie is no King, poor script leaves nothing to actually warrant this movie to watch it.
Manda W (ru) wrote: Harly any dialogue, very dry and drags on SLOOOOOWLY. I fell asleep.
Anthony T (de) wrote: Not enjoyable, granted, I am not the target audience
Dustin M (jp) wrote: This is one of the most important and most profound films of the 90's. A relentlessly honest script, terrific performances, and a stellar soundtrack makes "Pump Up the Volume" a truly great film.
Charlie M (it) wrote: Boring love story about a Barons love and sex starved wife. Streep gives a great performance sure, but the movie as a whole is a disaster.
Kyle M (de) wrote: Conflicted and emotional with power, Robert Redford at his directorial debut resulted to be excellent when his skills done a nice presentation that ended in a acceptable note for the better without any resolution while the cast performed great. (A-)(Full review coming soon)
Byron B (kr) wrote: This is a fun movie! Frenchy (a strange character name) played by Marlene Dietrich is the inspiration for Madeline Kahn's Lili Von Shtupp. Destry is another great creation by Jimmy Stewart. There are plenty of slapstick bits from the barroom brawls and the supporting characters and heaps of wisecracks from Destry, who would rather reason his way out of a fight than shoot his way out.
Ian E (ca) wrote: "Shall We Dance" benefits from the charming performances from Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, and Susan Sarandon who give this film the requisite energy like its impressive dance sequences. Despite its feel good appeal, the film plays things too safe and does not delve into any deeper or cultural context.
Sean L (mx) wrote: Matthew Fox's outstanding performance and commitment to his craft and this dark character is utterly squandered on a script with huge plot holes and a rushed, hollow, came-along-too-easy ending. Almost great movie but instead forgettable.
Maria F (ca) wrote: I want to say that I loved this movie, and for the most part I did. However, I felt like this movie, in its ending, took the easy way out. Rather than repair their marriage, a huge band-aid in the form of another child was pushed upon them giving them no chance to really help them understand what a MARRIAGE was truly about. Its a shame really because other than that, the casting and acting was just superb.
Muffin M (de) wrote: I own this on DVD in a two movie pack along with:* Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit (1993)