Priklyucheniya Sherloka Kholmsa i doktora Vatsona: Dvadtsatyy vek nachinaetsya
Retired Sherlock Holmes and practicing Dr. Watson come back together to solve a puzzle in the beginning of the 20th century.
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Joshua L (ca) wrote: good action but kinda slow
Tarryne R (es) wrote: It's quite good..some parts were a bit confusing. It's got a good storyline.
Samuel B (es) wrote: Quite a good movie and quality acting too. Rickman's character picks up a friendly young teenaged hitch-hiker who gets killed when a semi-track t-bones his car. He goes to the girls mother (Weaver) to offer his apology and consolation to the family to find the mother is Austistic and needs his help to organize the funeral and get things sorted again. During his stay with the mother he finds he makes some friends and discovers a few things about himself and his own tormented history. Check this one out if you haven't yet.
Alberto M (it) wrote: He de confesar que me tomo absolutamente por sorpresa la profundidad del lenguaje silente del filme. Creo que la fuerza del filme radica en la intensidad de la actuacion de su protagonista, quien se entrega a su papel, entregando una actuacion de calibre de un profesional. Sus ojos expresivos y su lenguaje corporal definen el estilo del filme: libre, nostalgico y sin rumbo. UN buen filme.
Jordan D (gb) wrote: Good war movie, based on a true story of a rag-tag special ops force comprised of Korean death row inmates and their sorry fate. The acting is a bit cheesy here, but all in all a good watch.
Christopher B (jp) wrote: Stylish & imaginative recreation of Murnau's classic flick. Believers in the strange and the occult will enjoy the nod at conspiracies.
Reece L (nl) wrote: Dealing extensively with ideas of the African disspora, Black culture and history, ancestoral guides and social differences, "Daughters of the Dust" is a contemplative and gorgeous piece of filmmaking that lulls it's audience into a relaxed and open state before revealing poignant truths.
Carlos I (es) wrote: Oh my lord, that was a train wreck. There were boobs though...
Kathy T (ag) wrote: Just watched this---I think it captures cinematically what Proust was doing in his novel. Interesting film.
Mloy X (gb) wrote: Frank Bascom (Richard Jenkins): Do you have any idea what I had to go through to get that form?Dick Harper (Jim Carrey): No, let me guess, a fifth of SCOTCH?I normally don't really care for Jim Carrey's style of humor but I have to admit that some of his films are kind funny but only when he manages to the keep the antics down the bare minimum. He has surprisingly good chemistry with on-screen wife, Jane (played by the always gorgeous Ta Leoni). Of course, much of the films appeal is because the likeable couple plays opposite an equally likeable villain like Alec Baldwin. Overall, the film was fun, interesting and came to a pretty satisfying conclusion. So, not a bad way to waste an hour and half of your life.