The latter-day Mister (Joe) Moses is a snake-oil pitchman who is chased out of an African village and is found, literally, in the bull-rushes by Julie Anderson, daughter of missionary ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alejandro T (ca) wrote: Dench and Coogan dance perfectly to a rhythm concocted by director Frears, providing a ditty with enough dramatic weight and light comic fare to make it an enjoyably bittersweet, top-notch, profound human tale.
Caesar B (us) wrote: A decent Stephen King adaptation, with the always reliable John Cusack playing a horror writer still grieving from his daughter's death. After checking into a supposedly haunted hotel room in Manhattan, he begins witnessing paranormal events from the hotel's past as well as his own. Well drawn out, but the ending(s) do not stay true to the writing of King. 3/5
John A (fr) wrote: Steven Seagal Stars As Mercenary, John Seeger In This Bullet-Riddled Path Of Vengeance After Being Blackmailed Into Staging A Prison Break As He's Double-Crossed In The Process.Typical Seagal Flick, With An OK, But Predictable Plot, That Seems To Be Overplayed. The Script Is Bad (Usual For A Seagal Flick), And The Acting Is Wooden, But It's The Elements Of The Action Sequences Which Makes This An Enjoyable Film.
Joshua G (jp) wrote: An extremely informative and interesting history lesson that is more than just a history lesson. Another powerful Errol Morris masterwork!
JD (de) wrote: I don't think this movie was better then the first, Babe movie, but I still don't understand why people hate on this film so much, honestly it's not that bad. I find this movie very underrated, no I don't think this movie is perfect by no means, but it should get more appreciation. Again, the reason I'm not giving this film a super high rating is because I hate movies with talking animals, but truthfully this film and the first Babe film are the best animal talking movies I have seen. I think the reason why people don't like this movie is because it's much darker and that is true this film is pretty dark at times and some kids might not like that and since there the target audience, this movie gets a lot hate for making it that dark. Honestly, I don't think this movie was meant for young kids, I think this movie was meant for older kids who can handle a darker story and more mature jokes. I know a few adults who do like this movie, so I guess adults are suppose to enjoy this movie more than kids, I guess that's why this movie is underrated. I, for one think this movie is pretty good, nothing really special, but still enjoyable for a one time watch.
Jarryd R (kr) wrote: Though it hasnt taken off in the main stream as much as other Christopher Guest movies, Waiting for Guffman is perhaps the greatest of them all. If you are, or were, a theater kid who has taken part in small time on-stage performances, you will find this movie even more delightful. Shot in classic mockumentary style, this movie provides all the hilarity Christopher Guest fans are used to.
Jared L (ca) wrote: Childhood glory its very own nutshell.
Doron S (mx) wrote: In many ways I like all Woody Allen movies, some more then others, but there's a certain charm, and delight I get from almost all of his films, and while this one isn't on the top it has all the charms that I expect from a Woody Allen film.
Seth M (jp) wrote: Very depressing. The performances were depressing. The plot was depressing. Even the set looked depressing. BUT, this film was amazing. Very well acted and very well directed. The is was Hector Babenco's "TOP 5" best directed films. Although the ending was "eh", it was still a very powerful movie.
Gary S (it) wrote: Had some funny stuff, but not too great
David H (es) wrote: A bit dated, but still funny & at times surprising. The movie's namesake, a luxury liner on its maiden voyage is the "In" place to be for the rich & famous - only turning out to be an elaborate prank (among many others) set up by the world's richest man & his ward. Love the movie, love the music, love the cameos.
Matt M (ag) wrote: A former outlaw leads a wagon train through Indian raids to the boom town of Portland. There he squares off with another famous outlaw and meets a fast shooting young gambler in a conflict between wealthy miners and farmers. Spectacular prarie settings and adult dramatic tones add depth to this entertaining western starring a great James Stewart in another collaboration with director Anthony Mann.