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Rohan L (jp) wrote: The Sunset Limited is a simple adaptation of an ancient play, but put to great effect.The film is practically a conversation of two men debating their belief, on who believes in God, while the other in suicide.The debate proves good points with many subliminal hints to the overall theme which keeps the story interesting as well as get interested with the characters.Great movie and one that should be picked up.
Arden Y (ca) wrote: I like it but my friend dosen't like the kissing scene and it was great for me because the rating was pg 13
Timothy F (it) wrote: One of the best character stuides I have seen in recent years. Timothy Spall is absolutely amazing at portraying the anguish of carrying out a job that one does not necessarily want to do. Spall definitely deserved an Oscar nomination for his performance.
Bekod A (gb) wrote: There'e always a happy ending for Rath and Electra.
Abel D (es) wrote: Candy's last cinematic offering lacks in many areas, with a ploddingly slow first act, tasteless gags that run the gambit from toilet to rape, and a stock of stock cast of characters, complete with redneck brothers, saucy young bride and even the token 90s gay guy. However, at least director Peter Markle concedes with Wagons' short run time, competent cinematography with some nice desert vistas, and even the odd chuckle with some Looney Tunes-esque sight gags in the second and third acts and of course, Candy's trademark burly charm that reminds us that, even in the end, he was a true trooper.
Dan W (mx) wrote: A decent cheesy 80's horror flick. Slow and boring at times, but managed to keep my interest for the most part. Don't expect much from this.
Alan L (au) wrote: More of Officer Hanzo using his, um..., 'sword' interrogation technique!
Morris N (us) wrote: I loved it. Well done.
Thomas S (gb) wrote: Man this movie is what other western wish they were. There is a classic that all others are judged on
Elia D (jp) wrote: I'd never heard of this Disney movie until my mom told me about it. It's a really cute story, with cuter doggies!
Graceann M (nl) wrote: This movie doesn't get interesting until Joan Crawford shows up. John Garfield is a whiny idiot and I wanted her to cause him pain.
Ian I (ru) wrote: It may not be directed by the legendary John Carpenter like its predecessor. It may not have the same suspense, unpredictability, or scares as its predecessor. But Halloween 2 is just a continuation of the first film and has the same great cast, characters, performances, and story as the first great film. It is still written by John Carpenter as well. I do agree though that all sequels beyond this movie are not necessary.
Mohammed A (gb) wrote: It's good movie to watch