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Ryan S (ca) wrote: An incredible film about more than just sushi, but about a man and the dynasty and legacy that he built for himself through sheer hard work and dedication.
Spencer H (ru) wrote: Awesome, way better than the first, this is what this series can do and what it should always do.
amjad k (jp) wrote: Storyline was weird, butt, the action sequences, the whole atmosphere, the vfx stuff, mind and ass blowing, like fer real!!!
Nick A (kr) wrote: For Belgian standards this is not bad at all. Unfortunately, since I live too close to where everything takes place, I'm submerged in a dialect that I despise so much and in social situations that I would avoid. Nevertheless, like I said, it's worthy on the Flemish scene.
Ole J (ru) wrote: This is a funny docu about the legal system og the US, it shows 6 students that are about to face the fearsome bar exam.The 6 people in this docu is very different, and its fun to see how and what they do to get through this. In this we also get a lot of info about the legal system and who has sued whom for what, served in a funny way.
Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/20/2013)
ashley M (fr) wrote: Definitely didn't deserve the two stars that it got.
bobby w (nl) wrote: I really liked this movie, don't see why such a harsh rating. Two greats with Paula Patton... An amazing movie
Paul S (au) wrote: Not too bad, creepy feeling to the whole thing. Kinda predicted the ending but decent acting and some cheap scares.
mark d (mx) wrote: Sullivan's Travels is a 1941 American comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges. It is a satire about a movie director, played by Joel McCrea, who longs to make a socially relevant drama, but eventually learns that comedies are his more valuable contribution to society. The film features one of Veronica Lake's first leading roles. The title is a reference to Gulliver's Travels, the famous novel by satirist Jonathan Swift about another journey of self-discovery.In 1990, Sullivan's Travels was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
Danny M (ru) wrote: Great film. Can see why this won the oscar. So well made and Colin firth is amazing in it
John B (de) wrote: You mix with drugs abroad and this is what happens. This has stained Turkey's reputation for me for years. The story is mindblowing despite its brutality.