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Herp D (gb) wrote: I sincerely regret giving this movie such a negative review about a year ago. I now realize, that while this movie is VERY messed up, it is a work of art, and deserves to be appreciated for what it is.
Ian P (au) wrote: Bad in almost every respect. I would've quit watching after five minutes, but I hung in there for Rowdy Roddy Piper, Russell Wong, and the mixed martial artists. Even so, I only made it about halfway. It has a lot of fighting, sure, but suffers from the way-too-close cam effect.
James B (kr) wrote: An interesting look at a genre icon. Frazetta's art was truly revolutionary in bringing sci-fi/fantasy paintings into the public eye. Very interesting look at the man.
Dylan B (jp) wrote: Thought provoking as this is, the absolute ignorance of Pope Pius XII and his pose, frustration from the viewers perspective as well as Ulrich Tukar) and Mathieu Kassovitz characters. Excellent performances from all including Ulrich M 1/4he (R.I.P.).
Shawn A (mx) wrote: Jeff Speakman's first (and only good) movie. "Who killed Kim?!"
Tari E (gb) wrote: Um...yeah...they made a movie about this...it was called Munich!
Ralph R (mx) wrote: I know a Chinese youth minister who raved about this film, so I bought it for $3 one day. After watching it, I have concluded that the money was not well spent. Actually, I would rather be punched in the face by Chuck Liddell than watch this humdinger again. There is one funny line, but you can probably find that on youtube.
Cale R (ca) wrote: A twisted, demented, powerful and beautiful love story.
Robert R (it) wrote: Sure, the ending is a bit of a whirlwind of out-of-left-field plot twists, but with Charles Laughton's winsomely outspoken performance and some good ol' fashioned courtroom suspense, Billy Wilder's "Witness For The Prosecution" succeeds.