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Jenna G (ru) wrote: YAWN. The performances are the best thing about this movie. Amy Ryan needs to be in more movies!
Shakthi p (ag) wrote: wonderful movie..full of emotions....we all miss JO
Joshua L (ag) wrote: this movie was so fucking weird 2 me but very interesting. The acting is good doh, it managed 2 frustrate da hell outta me. It had some good laughs in it 2. overall good movie but i wouldnt watch it again
Alexi T (jp) wrote: quite good french drama, although the ending doesn't make any sense.
Ian M (us) wrote: Never heard of it, but after looking at a review it's time I did!!
Anna T (nl) wrote: i love unicorns... so i'de love to see it!
Al M (ag) wrote: Surprisingly, I thoroughly enjoyed Joy Ride. Relying on suspense and pathological horror more than gore and violence, Joy Ride manages to take its seemingly trite premise and develop it in always surprising and engaging ways. Walker, Sobieski, and Walker also deliver solid performances that help drive this thoroughly enjoyable horror film that could have easily been a rip-off of Stephen Spielberg's Duel.....
Hugh A (kr) wrote: An easy movie to kick back and just watch/laugh at. people shouldnt take it so seriously and call it a bad horror. i dont think it was even attempting to be a serious horror.
Calum B (de) wrote: Michael Cromwell (Tim Allen) is a wealthy commodity broker in New york City. But after wanting to marry his girlfriend, he must divorce his old wife living in Brazil. After traveling to Brazil he finds out that he has a son who has been raised in an Indian tribe. Deciding to bond with the boy, he brings back Mimi-Siku (Sam Huntington) to New York and that's were the fun begins. Nimi-Siku learns to adapt to the city, finds fun in climbing on the buildings, and living with his father calling him 'Bamboo'. it is a good family bonding film with some fine acting by Tim Allen in his one of his earliest comedy roles. Sam Huntington is very funny and mostly on accident in seeing a fish out of water story. You'll laugh and you'll really enjoy the fun presented in this family bonding story.
Dominic S (jp) wrote: I am quite a fan of director Mike Nichols (The Graduate, The Birdcage, Working Girl (can't wait to see Virginia Woolf and Heartburn)) and I absolutely love Meryl Streep. So you can imagine that I would love this film, right?Well, I didn't love it. I only liked it. I loved Meryl Streep's hilarious and gripping performance which earned an Oscar nom. Shirley MacLaine also gave a great performance.Overall, it was a well conceived story, but it didn't hit home for me. And even though Meryl Streep can sing well for an actor, her singing did fit into the story for me.Postcards from the Edge, I give you a 60%.
Patrick P (br) wrote: Isn't this in a NetZero commercial?
Cary D (ru) wrote: Perhaps Cagney's first big "good guy" role.
David H (gb) wrote: Nice, fun film, a man failing to relate with anyone, fallen from high status and unable to claw his way back...