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Andrew T (de) wrote: Had the potential to be a great low budget horrow flick but some things just didnt sit right for me. The tone through the first third was really good and I liked where it looked to be going. Then out of no where it's full of this drugged up feeling humor. I did like both parts, but they just didnt seem to go enough together. Then the third sequence was a bit of a bore. Definitely some good acting for a group of unknowns tho.
Neil P (kr) wrote: Started off quite promising but soon became an unlikely bore.
Alex P (nl) wrote: A movie that clearly began with excellent writing and couldn't get a green light. Slightly over cliche'd but thats okay for a romantic comedy. The direction is strained causing the performances by the capable actors to suffer as well as the pacing of the performaces and the movie as a whole. Cute concept, lacking in execution.
Matt M (gb) wrote: This is such a disappointment compared to the original.
Jeremy b (mx) wrote: This movie was f****** stupid as hell I hope they shut it off forever. Don't play this to me again in your company will go out of business.
Shawn W (us) wrote: John Landis film that is part romantic comedy, part action-adventure about an insomniac aerospace engineer who helps a woman who holds valuable emeralds stolen from Iran evade a group trying to recover them. Lots of cameos from well-known directors and bit parts for David Bowie and Dan Aykroyd. Falls short of being really good but pretty good and gets better as it goes. Will always remember Landis for constantly drinking Tab cola in the making of Michael Jackson's Thriller video.
Brad G (ru) wrote: Three The Hard Way is the Super Group (AKA Damn Yankees) of Blaxploitation cinema: the director of Super Fly (Gordon Parks Jr) brings Slaughter (Jim Brown), Black Caesar (Fred Williamson), and Black Belt Jones (Jim ??Dragon?? Kelly) together to wage war against a horde of beret loving neo-Nazis. And this Yojimbo/Zatoichi mondo mash up does not disappoint. Each car crash promises a massive fireball explosion. Each Kung Fu chop socky attack promises Bruce Lee level screeching. And don??t forget about the van full of machine guns! VF.
Miroslav G (ca) wrote: From Russia With Love takes everything that made Dr. No good and amps it up by ten. Like its predecessor, From Russia With Love is one of the most straightforward and grounded in reality Bond films; and they remained the most realistic films in the series up until the Daniel Craig era Bond films more than 40 years later, and quite personally, that's the way I prefer it. It wasn't until Goldfinger that the more outlandish and campy elements of the series were added, establishing the so-called "Bond Formula" that each subsequent film would follow (some would follow it well, others not so much). Due to the absence of these elements, some may consider this film a bit lackluster without those generic and mindless thrills that some of the other films in the series have to offer. But in their place is actual character development, a plot that takes itself seriously, and even some intriguing yet modest action sequences. So while From Russia With Love may not be for everyone, it's surely a well-made and entertaining film; one that should easily be regarded as one of the best films in the series and should be appreciated by every true Bond fan.
Darryl S (au) wrote: This was much better than I expected. Slow at times but good acting. All and all, worth a rental.
Jacob F (ag) wrote: Pointless remake of the classic horror film. The Carrie remake is forgettable and just far too average for its own good. I really like Chloe Grace Morets but she is so miscast here, it's kind've laughable.
April C (it) wrote: Not bad,ending was decent.Better then I thought it was going to be.
Emod L (au) wrote: 72%Real Steel is nothing new, but its cast and acting make the two-hour length tolerable, and is harmless viewing for the whole family.VARITABLE: 64%
Memo P (es) wrote: Good Story but low tension, a little weak....