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Johnny N (br) wrote: truely funny witchcraft film where the dead come alive.

Mark A (nl) wrote: i thought the movie was terrific. I cannot understand the negative reviews. the acting was superb.

Kim N (de) wrote: Great Movie, reminds me of the girls.

David S (jp) wrote: I did not expect to laugh as much and hard as I did. So damn funny portraying political members of the US and UK leading up to the Iraq War.

Nicole M (ru) wrote: We selected the film out of Red Box purely because Gary Oldman was in it. We couldn't even finish the film. It's as if the writers sat down and decided, "What would a film be like if we removed the main characters and kept the flat characters you can't relate to at all in?" My boyfriend loves these sort of films but even the fight scenes couldn't keep him watching. We tried very hard to keep watching it and ended up storming away from the television set. Our main question as we turned off the dvd was "Why in the world was Gary Oldman in this movie?!"

Gisela G (mx) wrote: People tend to dismiss this movie and the first anime, but I find it enjoyable and the story and animation flow better than The Star of Milos. And while the ending isn't particularly liked either, it's a touching send-off to the original series.

Jim P (us) wrote: Simply horrible. John Cusack and Oliver Platt are bad enough on their own. Together in the same movie, it's like watching flies ****. Nobody even got shot in this.

Kimberly K (it) wrote: I watched this today in Bio class and it was actually really good! I had never heard of it before.

Indalecio G (jp) wrote: Dieser Film ist ber eine Familie, deren Eltern taubstumme sind. Tatjana Trieb, unglaublicherweise, spielt Lara als Kind.

Renee L (de) wrote: It is definitly a B lesbian movie but one of the best low budgets out there. They made alot of good points and had interesting dialogue but it was a little rough arround the edges.

Chris S (it) wrote: Witty dialogue and great chemistry between the two stars make this one of the best rom-coms I've ever seen.

Muhammad T (ca) wrote: (C)

David B (ag) wrote: Sylvester Stallone playing a Rocky character in the world of arm wrestling. Add in a spoilt brat long lost son and a terminally ill ex-wife and you have the recipe for an 80's family action movie. Passable at best!

David F (kr) wrote: A nice sci-fi film that makes you think about differences in culture or race . Nice special-effects from ILM .

Abdul L (de) wrote: pm grier is one actress i adore always.i like her movies

Leslie D (jp) wrote: Wonky tales of fright. The last story remains a class act.

Lester Y (gb) wrote: Pretty great pre-Ghibli project involving Isao Takahata (as director) and Hayao Miyazaki (as key animator). This is sort of a precursor to My Neighbor Totoro, though way more straightforward and simplistic, plot-wise and in terms of animation. This actually would have been a really good anime series! It's a Japanese fairytale told with such youthful energy, child-like innocence, and irresistibly adorable characters that you seriously have no soul if you think this movie is anything less than fun. Recommended.

Ally C (br) wrote: Passport to Pimlico is the best early Ealing comedy and anticipated a run of near-flawless films in the Golden Age of the Ealing Studios. After an unexploded bomb goes off in the aftermath of World War II in a quiet street in Pimlico, London, a room of treasures is found in the crater of the explosion. An archaic deed is discovered and after Margaret Rutherford's Professor Hatton-Jones studies it (in typical Rutherfordian enunciations), Pimlico is found to be a region of Burgundy belonging to France. Because rationing and a limit on importing goods is still in practice, the people of 'Burgundia' decide to dismiss the rules of England and a form a utopia of anarchic consumption where law and order does not exist. Once other traders hear of the new found freedom enjoyed in this part of the land, they set up stall and ruin the chaotic harmony the Burgundians were enjoying. This to-ing and fro-ing goes all the way to the home Office and rules are created to put pressure on Burgundia's council headed by stanley Holloway and Betty Warren to return to English rule and civilization. Although Passport to Pimlico does not quite reach the heights of Ealing's best comedies such as the Ladykillers or Kind Hearts and Coronets, it deserves its place in the pantheon of British screwball comedy and is a rewarding documentation of post-war London.

David L (gb) wrote: Immensely charming, funny and at times even hilarious, heartwarming and wonderfully inspirational and optimistic, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town is predictable and it lacks a unifying structure, but the direction from Frank Capra is expectedly stellar and the performances from Jean Arthur and Gary Cooper are phenomenal and he in particular shamefully lost at the Oscars as his performance here is just amazing. The film has such a strong humor, especially in those courtroom scenes, the romance is so good and the film is touching and just beautiful.

Zachary M (ca) wrote: If you're a fan of horror movies, like me, you've seen enough to notice certain tropes in them from the "virgin always lives" to the "black guy gets it first" and everything in between. Like Scream, this movie sets out to play with the ideas and tropes of the horror movie genre. For the most part, it works. The concept as to why they're doing it, is very unique and all the creature effects and designs are beautiful. The comedy works best when it's the side character doing it, and not the main group of kids. Maybe now that he seems to be done with the Marvel Universe, for the moment, maybe Joss Whedon can go back to making what he does best, weird and yet strangely compelling horror comedies. Here's hoping.