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Jerico T (au) wrote: Agressive Sex scenes? that's No Strings Attached. Meeting the one you love in a workplace? that's 500 Days of Summer. Horny Orgasmic Faces? that's Friends with Benefits.Good Cast, Uneven Chemistry of the Tandem, Mainstream Romance/Story Style that Direk Cathy's been using again and again just to make it click.
FilmGrinder S (jp) wrote: 62%"Zombies, killer robots, nice town you got here."-Max Gatling (Dolph Lundgren)
Jeffrey H (fr) wrote: Great movie. Worth the watch.
Lee M (es) wrote: Set in a remote Alaskan village, the film's greatest strength is making the landscape utterly extraordinary to the audience but painfully mundane to its protagonists.
Chris R (es) wrote: Absolutely amazing docu about one of the top skaters of my era. Stunning how one can climb so high and fall so damn far in such a small amount of time. A must see for any skater from that era!!
Ryan S (ca) wrote: It sucked just as much as the remake! Human Torch was a pain in the gut! This piece of s**t was poorly done.
June H (ag) wrote: anything with Pierce Brosnan
John D (es) wrote: Another brilliant Jackie Chan classic. I remember when I was like 5 years old watching this film. It is so fun to watch Jackie Chan on action. Nonetheless i really don't even bother about the whole plot yet I was amazed by just watching Jackie kicking those bullies asses. Not of a great story thus you are feed by JC's awesome action stunts. Also check out the last part of the film where they said he almost died on some scenes of that movie. A must watch JC flick! 3.5 out of 5.
Andy F (ag) wrote: Gets more enjoyable with each viewing. A true spectacle and visually the best Bond of the first four.
Paul D (gb) wrote: A little bit different than most of the other Carry On films with sketches as oppose to a plot but still funny and enjoyable.
Jussi M (es) wrote: Mainio satiiri yhteiskunnasta ja sen yksilist elmn kiertokulussa.
Elton G (it) wrote: Iron Man brings the titular hero to screen with convincing special effects, great acting on the part of RDJ, and an not formulaic plot.
Zachary Y (kr) wrote: Warwick Davis is great.
Anthony S (de) wrote: Long, boring, difficult to sit through.
Kd L (ca) wrote: Much better than I thought it was going to be. The thought behind this was great, of course the book was far better but this movie gets into your head if you let it which I like from a movie. But it's not scary, it's more of a mental film with a few gory scenes. Although those scenes were well done.
Ceph J (gb) wrote: Our children are "The Sum Of Us" says Jack Thompson (as Harry) about his beloved son Russell Crowe (Jeff). This is the best relationship on screen between father and son that's more like a bromance. Crowe is gay and Thompson is straight. They are both seeking relationship after Crowe's mother dies. Granted Thompson is too intrusive in Crowe's affairs but he could use some guidance. Thompson is excellent and Crowe seems like a natural actor (without all the mannerism of his Hollywood films). Some of the lines are quite good: "Whiskey makes me frisky, brandy makes me randy." Based on a stage play, the movie takes an unexpectedly sad turn towards the end but doesn't veer towards sentimentality. The actors speaking directly to the camera involves the audience as a bystander. Good supporting turns by John Polson as Greg and Deborah Kennedy as Joyce, the romantic interests, respectively, of Crowe and Thompson. It's a movie that's genuine and you feel like you know the characters.