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Matthew M (jp) wrote: plotwise not too bad. characters acting is nothing great.. names are not taht good... going for a big lebowski thing namewise but fails. ... its just meh aand a little corny at times
Tuukka P (ca) wrote: Interesting look at the history of black comedy and coloured comedians perfroming it. A bit shallow look for my taste and they reall could have shown more comedic material from the people in question (although I guess it came down to money/rights).
Ugly C (kr) wrote: Very much similar to King of Hearts.
Christian S (nl) wrote: I think the meaning of this norwegian movie is to be a satire over how society and nondisabled people are treating and taking care of the handicapped. The film fails, though instead it makes fun of the disabled. The first half is good, but then it turns to be theatralic and overplaying; it`s too much. I would have rather seen a movie with this thematic by the people behind "Little Britain" or "Dead at a funeral" for example. This movie sucks, sorry!
Rachel F (nl) wrote: i liked the theme song and the story was ok... but it was a little weird. and Amitabh Bachchan plays kind of a creepy love witch or something... not my favorite.
Paul H (es) wrote: Superb film. Have to admit this is the first Dutch film I've watched since 'Karakter' and it matches it on all levels. Superb acting and a genuinely affecting examination of the longevity and apparent strength of male friendship tested as it is by human foibles and crushing external realities.
Calyre Z (us) wrote: "La maison des esprits"
Darlene M (nl) wrote: One of my all-time favourites from childhood. Pretty animation (especially for the era), wonderful songs, Robin Williams as Batty Koda, Tim Curry as Hexxus... so much awesome! In my mind this story is the original Avatar.
manco 1 (ag) wrote: This is a great achievement for the cinema. her is my very top western movies and you are welcome to write your ide:1) For A Few Dollars More (1965)2) The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1966)3) Once Upon A Time In The West (1968)4) Unforgiven (1992)5) Open Range (2003)6) Searchers (1956)7) The Magnificent Seven (1960)8) Django Unchained (2012)9) My Name Is Nobody (1973)
Jerome K (ag) wrote: If I had to describe this film in one phrase, I'd call it Gene Kelly's vanity project. Not that that's a bad thing. There are tons of impressive musical numbers that showcase the singing and dancing talent of the stars, especially Kelly. I suppose I was influenced by reports that he was a perfectionist who, as co-director, was very hard on his co-workers. The story and acting may be a little dated, but this is one of the definitive classic musicals, so if you're fan of the genre, you should see it at least once.
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Jason P (us) wrote: This may be the best one I've seen so far (out of four), though it may be tied with Dressed to Kill. I loved the classic horror film setting, and that it took place in Canada- something different. The swamp with the mist and muck was visually wonderful.
Keenan S (de) wrote: Drums Along The Mohawk is a very enjoyable and very underrated historical film. While the film could use more polish in terms of its plot, for the most part, it is a very engaging film that is well written, well acted, action packed when it needs to be, and funny when it wants to be. If you enjoy an interesting historical film, this is one worth checking out because it succeeds in a large portion of the criteria for such films. I'm not particularly sure of why some people seem to hate this film nowadays, but, oh well.