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Reptilicus torrent reviews

Rich A (jp) wrote: Urban Christmas Carol - decent enough 'heart warming' tale.My first Crimbo film of 2012

Troy K (gb) wrote: Very poor quality movie. First off the actors was calling a Chief Petty Officer "Sir". Strike one. Secound they showed military technology that was not presant in Gulf war 1 such as the F-22. Strike 2. Third they deplicted the USS Midway as a NUKE carrier. Strike 3. and the most important one was the actors disrespect for the weapons they used, they where sweeping each other with the barrels of their AR-15 what should have been more tactical weapons that they didnt spend the money to get. It was a serious Joke. Do not watch this unless you wannna laugh.

Sunil J (mx) wrote: Has this one in my Netflix queue for ages. Basically Spellbound for high school culinary students.

Daniel D (gb) wrote: I don't know why but I love this movie, it just makes me happy!

Stefanie C (ca) wrote: I admire Martin Scorcese's dedication to film and acknowledgement of neo-realism's influence on his work. This review will introduce Italian cinema to a wider audience and increase appreciation even for the most dedicated cinephiles. While Scorcese's discussion covers the neo-realists (Rossellini, De Sica, Visconti, Fellini, Antonioni), it emphasizes Rossellini's work. Granted, Rossellini is the progenitor of the 'movement,' but this tribute spent half of its four hour duration on one director. Personally, I don't see 'Voyage to Italy' as the turning point for new cinematic opportunities. Visconti and Fellini were also pushing the boundaries in their works. Also, Antonioni's early neo-realistic work is not even mentioned. But, this is Scorcese's opinion and view of these milestone films, not mine. The purpose of this documentary is achieved ~ You are seduced and motivated to experience these amazing films in their entirety and form your own opinions.

David B (es) wrote: 1/10. Awful, just awful. If only Flixster would let me vote these as 0/10.

Shiphrah T (it) wrote: Molly Ringwald is awesome..

IOnell S (de) wrote: Finalmente la vi. Es raro ver una pelcula de dcadas atrs que muestra una sociedad con actitud ms moderna que la actual. Ironico

Jose Luis M (kr) wrote: Una de las peliculas mas horribles que he visto ultimamente , una pena que Friedkin la haya dirigido.

Ashley H (us) wrote: Arabesque is an excellent film. It is about the story of international intrigue involving a university professor, an Arab prime minister, a ruthless businessman, a beautiful spy, and hieroglyphics. Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren given amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Stanley Donen did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and adventure. Arabesque is a must see.

W W (nl) wrote: One of Richard Burton's finest performances. Very tightly woven spy yarn.

Thee Chad S (nl) wrote: A great cast of comedic performers from TV in a movie about a group of friends that intend to find their awful buddy a wife, so he'll leave their lives alone. Funny moments are sprinkled throughout, but ultimately not an original moment to make it anything better than a time filler.

Paul E (es) wrote: I like the part where the dude jumps off the cliff and hits the pad right below the camera and his feet pop back up into view. LOL