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Allan B (ru) wrote: entertaining film... good storyline and fine acting. made me laugh... not bat for a pinoy film.
Arseniy V (ru) wrote: A story of a war-torn alpha male, his musk fading - trying to do a little house work (in the vein of "The Wrestler"). Somewhat safe, somewhat mute, but also well-acted and pretty well scored. The minuses may win out here, but the pluses give them a decent run for their money.
Anthony V (gb) wrote: Standard Hong Kong action, but lifted by presence of Chan, Qi Shu, and Lai.
Rebekka S (ru) wrote: It tells a story of real people, real lives in a very real society 100-150 years ago. At times funny, at times very sad, but always very touching.
Mickaw90 (gb) wrote: The final fight was the best thing in this movie. Good choreography etc. Unfortunately other things went to very wrong.
Lora N (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies from childhood. Kristy McNichol was AMAZING in this film. So sad that she retired. And what a wonderful pair she and Tatum O'Neal. Cynthia Nixon was also adorable as the little flower child. Great depiction of girls coming of age despite the fact that Armand Assante's character made me a little uncomfortable.
Mark G (jp) wrote: My Name is Nobody is definitely a funny, at times silly film with some heartfelt moments, and 2 very good characters. However with all that said this film has a couple of issues such as a couple jokes don't work, and there's a scene in this film where it is just pointless unfunny filler. With all that said this is still worth checking out.
Michael T (it) wrote: After the Italians started having success with Spaghetti Westerns in the Alameira region of Spain, American film productions set up shop in the same region and made faux Spaghetti Westerns (which is pretty ironic, since the early Spaghettis tried to emulate the classic Hollywood Westerns). Lee Van Cleef begame a major international star after Sergio Leonne cast him in FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE and THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY and did not stray far from the deserts of Alameira much between 1964-73. This film, however, was a vehicle for former NFL-star Jim Brown. As Brown was always cast the effecient man-of-action, Van Cleef plays a drunken sidekick. The familiar plot has a fortune of gold supplosedly held in a heavily armed Mexican fortress. Brown escapes from a chain-gang in the USA to recruit Van Cleef and a small army of Apaches to help him take the fortress. Lots of determination there. The film doesn't quite click, however. Its pretty amusing when Brown recruits Van Cleef and the two partnes set out to the fortress to get the gold; Van Cleef reveals a chattier and funnier side to his persona. But then they reach the fortress and the film seems very familiar and tired. The film is somewhat famous for Marianna Hill's striptease sequence.
Patience (it) wrote: For being their 3rd film together, Fred & Ginger look as though they have been together a lifetime. They are so fluid and effortless in this movie, more so than any other ... almost like they were just relaxing and having fun with this role cause the pressure is on someone else ... great movie!!!
Super H (es) wrote: Good as an old time western but could have succeeded better with a lessstereotypical casting of Pancho Villo.
Oliver S (nl) wrote: Beware of quiet strange men!
matheus c (fr) wrote: The Shallows works as a solid thriller, although it does have some eye-rolling inducing moments.