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Girlie A (it) wrote: Don't give up on hope just yet. It's the last thing to go. When you have lost hope, you have lost everything. And when you think all is lost, when all is dire and bleak, there is always hope. - Henri
James H (it) wrote: Pointless action movie, uses everything it can for an excuse for violence, car chases and explosions. Unpleasant characters, it's attempt at style comes across as phony. Overstated and it fails to hold your interest.
John K (us) wrote: An exceedingly odd film, which I admit I slept through a large portion of it. What I did see was peculiar but entertaining.
Steve D (ru) wrote: not good not bad it is just there
Matt C (au) wrote: This is quite a good idea and is basically the updated (well 90's approach) to the Magnificent Seven. Problem is it never quite kicks into gear, the action scenes are just OK and none of the main plot lines are particularly explored in any depth. As a result it's all a little bit...meh.
Brad G (de) wrote: Mix the buddy cop banter of Lethal Weapon with some Vietnam commentary and you've got yourself Off Limits, an enjoyable Military Police procedural that doesn't rock your core with its obvious climax but does deliver an appropriate amount of intrigue. Plus, some seriously fun supporting turns from Keith David (he watches the MOD Squad!), David Allen Grier, Fred Ward, and the kinky Scott Glenn. VF.
Nik M (ag) wrote: Rocky 2 sort of plays out like an extended third act of the first film. It has all it needs character-wise (Rocky getting married, the pregnancy, bearing with the post-fight fame, Creed's taste for revenge, etc.). It's definitely passable as one of the better Rocky films with the fight that everyone wants settled conclusively.
Kyle K (ru) wrote: eh. overrated and overacted.
alan j (nl) wrote: big stars, big letdown...seriously outdated, moves slowly and way too dry!
Jennifer P (au) wrote: "May I remind you that New York is full of great restaurants, very few of which serve peanut butter. For a buck and a half an hour, the dishes will disappear. And as for companionship, well I have a little black book with the names and phone numbers of 111 models Bachelorhood is the ideal state for a man. Marriage, little Miss Stacy, is an institution sponsored by women for women. "A nice little early 60s fluff piece. However the tactics used in this battle of the sexes makes one wonder if they could actually work.
Paul D (au) wrote: Enjoyable but very standard British comedy with a farcical situation.
Matt H (nl) wrote: Rock Hudson is a decent actor, but I just don't get the stardom Doris Day. She's so milquetoast it's ridiculous. Maybe that's part of it; she's a more "real" actress than the norm during the "movie star" 1950's. She's real all right, real boring. Va-dum. The movie is easily watchable, but lacks anything of real interest.