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Milka Z (br) wrote: Difficult to grade, but I really liked it. Demands a bit of concentration I think.
Baoa L (es) wrote: Story based on a novel in the same name written by Gabriel Garcia Mrquez. This is a love story one might never be able to understand, but this could be the greatest love story Mrquez had ever written.
Dany L (fr) wrote: Not as good as the ratings although I enjoyed it. First 90 minutes are great and then it falls a part abit. Better than most American fare by a long shot.
Jerome Y (it) wrote: No bad... I like Johnny To's movies... the plot was good and felt that the ending has an interesting spin... I was not expecting that!
Dustin P (it) wrote: Ok I love zombie movies but these return of the living dead movies and house of the deads are just pitiful
Peter P (br) wrote: Partrick Swayze being a hippy ghost, don't need to see that ever again.
Andrew G (us) wrote: T.J. Burke show coming at you live.
Marchese (nl) wrote: very good acting by cage, defintley a good flick
Rebekah K (de) wrote: Kept me on the edge of my seat.
K K (br) wrote: Beautiful atmosphere. Engaging lost souls. A loathsome, unsettling Michel Simon. I want the dog! Too bad these movies can never end happy.
Byron B (ru) wrote: Like his character, Harold Lloyd was not a great actor. But maybe he was!? Maybe it is all part of the persona he created. Anyways, the slapstick made me laugh some. The big fight near the end is thrillingly action packed and humorous. Constance Cummings as Mary impressed me the most. Her playing with the affections of Harold and eventually realizing how true to her he is, makes for a stronger female presence than I'm used to seeing from this time period.
Charlie L (kr) wrote: 28 Days Later is by far one of my favorite films. It is a terrifying but beautiful film which expresses the realistic troubles our world has to deal with when threats like this occur.
Sheridan P (fr) wrote: Really disappointed. I expected this to be so much funnier because Peggleg was in it. Nup
Allan C (es) wrote: I'm not really sure this is actually a four star film due to childhood nostalgia clouding my ability to objectively review this film, but I certainly got four stars worth of entertainment out of this Ray Harryhausen retelling of a number of Greek myths. Unlike most of Harryhausen's pictures, this one boasts a stellar cast, which inlaces Laurence Olivier, Harry Hamlin, Claire Bloom, Maggie Smith, Ursula Andress, and Burgess Meredith. This film also seemed to feature more stop motion than did most of his film, which his always the main attraction of Harryhausen Productions, which makes me feel that Harryhausen ended his career on a definite high note.
Francisco L (br) wrote: This movie can be a little predictable, but its great cast and the original story are enough to forget that. Final Destination tries to transmit the message that all of we have a destiny and that we can't escape to it, but this attempt to transmit the message is destroyed by its weak screenplay, because all of we know that the water won't follow a specific path on the floor escaping to the laws of physic. Interesting.
Amanda H (br) wrote: By the time this movie was released in theaters, I was already sick to death of it because of the ridiculous amount of promotion I was subjected to. I decided to watch it anyway since I've always enjoyed Jim Caviezel, but I shouldn't have wasted my time. Thankfully, I rented a damaged disc and the movie stopped playing 20 minutes in. I returned it without bothering to ask for a replacement. What little I did watch was overly preachy and the acting was terrible.