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Lee M (gb) wrote: "Phantom Boy" is a quiet, peaceful little animated film, arriving just in time as a salve for a noisy, angry world.
Rae D (ca) wrote: I thought this was cinematic generousness. I can't for the life of me figure out why it was given such bad reviews!
Galvy F (nl) wrote: When we revolve the time qhen we first met someone 2e loved. When we revolved around someone that breaks our heaRt in the end. When we naturally think life revolves around us when we got loyal friends and family. When naturally we depend on thkngs that revolve when it transports us, it moves us, it is industry that influence us, it is built in us. When we have a solar system that revolving is natural when we have four seasons and a sun. 2hen we revolve around holidays each year to work for a greeting card company. When we share the same common revolving interests. When we gave always revolved around ourselves and share the same similarities when they do to and others to them. When revolving around some things is just who We are and shapes our habits. When we revolve around things when we strive for perfection. 2hen not everyone shares in what we revolve around. When our brains are wired to revolve when we have songs that stick in our head when they are catchy. When revolving is obsessive when it's constant. When we are addicted to revolving when drinks are involved. When we don't always revolve on what most people revolve to being independent. When we all have a representative of those things we revolve around to know you either stay revolved or not with them (ie santa). When we just like revolving around some people when their Ora is positive and fresh. When everyone revolves around somethings including machines. When we revolve around our imagination of a perfect or ideal life when we picture ourselves together in a joking manner. When we revolve around the idea of somethings to either believe or not believe in some things. When we revolve around somethings when it happens it's a victory, it's an accomplishment, it's a song and dance that we rejoice in. When we naturally revolve when the concept of dating has always been home, work, personal life and back again. When we revolving too much, we get tiresome that change is needed. When we revolve around the ideas we think is right and suitable we draw it out and show. When we are open to revolve around somethings we are trusting to those we are accepting and comfortable with. 3hen we revolved around some people for too long that we need a detour qhen things go south and negative.When we revolve around somethings for too long and enjoy the ride if both spaces we share and circulating back and forth we can't help but want to settle and breed on each other's gravitational space. When we revolve around some people for too long we spin. When we can just see that we are revolving and headed towards somewhere that we were clear we would steer clear. When we have revolved around many others spaces. When revolving around our own space mixed with others it could get toxic. When we naturally produce waste that revolves when it's part of life. When our memory captures good moments like film the revolve and project like films. When our stuff revolves and circulating around and around we naturally revolve. When the reason we are good at revolving when we have deep feelings to express ourselves and thoughts in which others cant. 2hen we are good at revolving but slow down we need grease to get us going again on a different line. When we can't revolve around other gravity when their pull is too strong. When some revolving routEs we taken we may think is different but the same. When some revolving routEs are like train tracks we enjoy over and over again but we eventually have to get off. When it's a short or long enjoyable ride that is addicting that we miss that makes revolving extra more enjoyable. When we revolve around and around like dancers we take the same route back to and revisit old acquaintance. When we revolved around the same route to know that others have taken the route and detoured to another direction. When we wish those would still remain revolved around us but can't. 2hen We remain still in the same place and haven't revolved out to being confronted about it that makes seem as if we haven't launched at all. When we are revolving around alone being toxic to those nearby. When revolving so much drains our energy and time ticks aWay. When we could careless when we revolve around in our negative space. When our industry has revolved around special moments and emotions and stood past the hand of time to kno2 it is still a thriving and needed industry qhen times are hard and busy to express what we want. when we revolvE and dwell on the past and see the subtle signs we could have saved ourselves the energy and trip, 2hen others are thinking of detouring. When 2e are ready to be launched into a different solar system and revolve around some other orbits. When we learn to revolve orbits and see how to launch, soar and circle patterns then we steer clear of dangers and mark our plans to fly smoothly. When we rather revolve around more steady and firmly in placed orbits that we rather revolve around. When we countless orbits to revolve around that we happen to confidently find life When we least expect it.
William A (de) wrote: A very funny western movie. Great cast
Ben D (nl) wrote: A tender hearted, spirited little film that brings together a wonderful cast of characters for a closely observed human tale about old schoolfriends coming together again. Timothy Hutton is particularly good, and Natalie Portman in a very early role shows much of the talent that marks her later career. Ted Demme handles everything humanely, and as a consequence Beautiful Girls is a film well worth tracking down.
Sonya W (de) wrote: Sounds really baaaad but it has Cirk AND Linda in it.
Clarissa C (nl) wrote: this is such a twisted but cute love story!
Senor C (mx) wrote: Ive seen a fair amount of vampire movies that have come down the pike & mostly my enjoyment is based on the main vampire. Robert Quarry is alright but he sure as hell isn't Bela Lugosi, Christpher Lee or even Jonathan Frid from House of Dark Shadows. It's not all his fault though. The script is written in such a way that his adversaries aren't too bright. To try to trick him into revealing he's a vampire you get confrontation dialogue like 'Do you believe in werewolves?..well do you believe in vampires?'..yes? well shit then you have confirmed our suspicions! It just made me snicker more then anything else. It does have moments though like when some chick is munching on a kitten. Gruesome but made me laugh (& throw up in my mouth a little bit)
Weston W (mx) wrote: one of the first films i ever truly hated. saw it multiple times in its awfulness
Esther V (de) wrote: The first hour is good... the second hour bored me to tears.
Stephen A (ag) wrote: OK, this is kind of an awesome little 60s gem here. Astronauts sent to explore a newly-discovered planet must deal with several dilemmas, and they do so intelligently. The film approaches it's main plot theme in a unique way, and unfolds it gradually, though it can be guessed beforehand. The acting is very good, though sometimes stiff, as some late-60s acting can be. It can also be somewhat wordy and even melodramatic, especially after the plot theme reveals itself. Visually, it has a scene that resembles one in the previous year's "2001: A Space Odyssey", and that tends to date the movie. Some of the actors went on to star in the 1970 TV show "UFO," which is delightfully campy and worth checking out on DVD. Despite these small points, the space flight itself is realistic, and considering this was 1969, the scenes inside the cockpit of the spacecraft also had a realistic look. (Look for some 21st Century video technology in use, too!) One thing: I suspect a love scene has been cut, but I can't prove it. It would have been a distraction anyway. Unlike most Sci-Fi films, this film will make you think about the plot, and that's well worth a look. I'm pleased to have this film in my video library.
F B (mx) wrote: Very enjoyable detective crime film which even I managed to follow despite my difficulties with concentrating. I probably missed a lot but I managed to get the basics to understand what happened.