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Lucas N (ca) wrote: Napoleon Dynamite is more than just a character, it is a strange blending of every awkward high schooler to ever resent the halls of administration buildings. What you are left with is a bizarre eccentric, enamored with ligers, willingly stranded in a small town in Idaho. With a fun cast to support Heder, you end up with a sweet tale that all wraps up nicely.
Gretchen W (ag) wrote: I was really young when I saw this, way back when Winona was in her prime I do believe this was before Angelina took over the world my how things have changed. Then, even then Angelina was a force to be reckoned with.
Sarah F (au) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
THOMAS S (de) wrote: This is a great action film with some good humor, almost like Lethal Weapon. Anthony Edwards and Forest Whitaker star in this film as cops who are partners dealing with currupt businessmen. A movie for all action fans.
Paul D (es) wrote: It probably could have been good, but it never really gets going despite a decent enough look and style. The plot simply doesn't progress fast enough and your left with little explanation after 90 minutes as to what the first establishing scene was all about.
Irvin C (jp) wrote: A married Italian countess falls hopelessly in love and has an affair with an Austrian officer during the Italian-Austrian war of unification. It starts out kind of a little too melodramatic but it gets better as the story unfolds. This is thanks to the great performances of Alida Valli and Farley Granger. The different twists, ambiguities and tragedies were beautifully paid off in the end. Not my favorite Visconti but it's still a pretty great, beautifully photographed entry.
Michael R (it) wrote: Brooke Shields and Martin Hewitt play two 15 year olds who fall in "love". Initially everything is fine until the girls parents find out that the two are having sex. The father forbids them to see each other anymore. The movie doesn't show how the girl is affected but does show the boy obsessing over her and falling apart. After talking to a friend of his, a young Tom Cruise in his first movie, the boy decides to set fire to the girl's house, then run in and save everyone to be the hero and hopefully be able to see the girl again. The plan appears to be working until the boy confesses to the arson and then spends two years in a mental institution, where he continues to obsess. After getting out and learning that the girl's parents have divorced he goes to see her mother who tries to seduce him. He tells her he cannot sleep with anyone but Jade and manages to get her address before he leaves. On his to way to see her, he sees the father, who tries to chase him away but is hit and killed by a car. The boy is finally able to see the girl and in an intense scene she admits to still loving him. However the next day the girl finds out that her father died chasing the boy. After a fight between the boy and the girls brother, he goes back into the hospital. The movie ends with the boy staring out the window and you see the girl walking towards the hospital and you are left wondering is she really coming to see him or is he daydreaming. Decent movie with a good performance by Brooke Shields as the main female character and James Spader as her brother. For the most part the movie just stirs up emotions of what our "first love" was like and if it did not work out then it leaves you with a sad lonely feeling.