Lost in a Harem
Two bumbling magicians help a Middle Eastern prince regain his rightful throne from his despotic uncle.
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Tammy R (ru) wrote: It was a bit draining. I get it....A story within a story than half a story...doesn't go over well. I found it refreshing and different. It's not the happy story ending everything fixes itself ending your used too. It gets a little bumpy here and there but I liked it.
Lisa J (ca) wrote: I think only serious fans of Broken Social Scene will like this. It was pretty much a live concert with very little storyline.
Thomas S (es) wrote: i watched the movie, and its realy nice but its so painfull
Jon H (de) wrote: Not bad throwback to "dirty" sketch movies like "The Kentucky Fried Movie", "The Groove Tube", and "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex..." A great cast, too, but be warned: This Movie Is Extremely Foul!"
Francisco V (it) wrote: So FUCKING waste of time, I even couldnt finish that crap!!
Andrew L (ca) wrote: The only decent animated comedy Dreamworks has produced. Too bad about the sequels.
Mike S (es) wrote: Why Clint Eastwood? WHY???!??
Francisco G (fr) wrote: Nowhere near the class of the original, this rushed up sequel offered only the concept of Godzilla versus another Kaiju. Which is pretty awesome now that I think of it but the problem is that there isn't much else going on here. The story is riddled with overexposition that drags on forever and doesn't mean shit in the end. Also, the structure is awkward, the characters come and go, barely leaving a mark and there just isn't enough imagination going on on the fight scenes.
Jeffrey P (fr) wrote: Barrymore chews up everything in sight as a Svengali-style producer chasing one of his creations (Lombard, funny and gorgeous) across the country in order to breathe life back into his career. Loads of snappy Hect dialogue and wacky characters, but (for me) it becomes increasingly repetitive and a bit shrill after the hour mark.
WS W (es) wrote: Characters/Acting was better than the film/story/narrative.
Lee R (jp) wrote: Cool, intertwining storyline
David G (nl) wrote: Queen of the Damned is not without ambition, otherwise creative liberties aim to improve the setting but makes it more goofy rather than scary. This is no more than a camp filled, guilty pleasure aimed at the MTV crowd.
Rohan G (nl) wrote: Great movie. One of Vals early films... Any wonder he married Joanne Whalley(even though she plays a nutter here and plays it well)Ooohhh!!!!