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Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Anna C (fr) wrote: It wasn't bad, but at the same time it wasn't good... the movie is not an horror like they say, it's just dramatic and kind of real, but it's unconcluded... the location is wonderful, the set is just right for scaring, but it doesn't at all... still in a way it's almost fascinating.
Michael H (kr) wrote: A well made movie piecing together the linking puzzle pieces of various lives (mostly aristocratic) in 19th Century Europe. It's lovely, often dark (in mood, not in luminescence), well acted, with subtle dynamism to the cinematography. The unremarked-upon device of on screen observers watching the primary players through doorways and windows and listening from around corners is intriguing. Unfortunately, it's too easy to lose track of the players and I was left with too many puzzle pieces missing. At four and a half hours a movie really needs to be more than the sum of its parts and "Mysteries of Lisbon", as good as the parts were, did not assemble those parts into a superior whole.
R W (br) wrote: I really liked this movie a lot. It was suspenseful and the actors were quite good. It points up how pathetic we humans can become when financial worries loom large. The frigid scenes were 100% convincing and well acted. I had to go put a coat on.
REES R (de) wrote: underated classic , fuck the haters
Konrad A (br) wrote: This is a true inspiring story about a teenager wanting to make a rocket for the first time in his life but his father is not supportive but the teenager goes with what he thinks. Teenager has friends that are helping him make the rocket. I have this movie can teach you how to support others yelp and getting along
Hamish C (kr) wrote: Hilarious. A fantastic cast with jokes that hit their mark dead center. Kang-ho Song outdoes himself as usual.
Teddy V (us) wrote: Dumb and pointless, going nowhere for nearly two hours, please don't waste your life on bullshit like this pile of crap...
Hector C (gb) wrote: Una de las mejores de arnold
Catrin D (nl) wrote: watched it till the end but didnt really get me interested in it,.
Grace C (gb) wrote: This was a good movie from what I saw. I wished it had the kids take a stand in more of the racial aspects of the movie. Overall great cast, and great dance numbers, and friends trying to band together in Nazi Germany.
Shawn H (fr) wrote: Just watched this movie for the first time a week or so ago and I have to say that it was much better than I thought it would be. I'm not a big fan of Ben Affleck but it was a cute movie and it was great to see George Carlin in a role that allowed fans to see a serious, warm, caring character that he portrays in this movie. Kevin Smith did well with this story.
Justin M (us) wrote: Upon watching this movie again I appreciate more about it it absolutely has its issues but ignoring the problems the last entry had, this has an interesting concept and the story does bring it full circle.Characters: I hated the Mark character originally now I don't find him nearly as bad. I don't know what changed this time around but when ever he spoke originally I cringed and now I don't.I always liked Yvonne, I assume she's new in town for one and I felt we needed a character that doesn't believe Alice because that adds some tid bit of reality.Gretta I'm on the fence because the way she and her mother speaks is still cringe worthy. The subtext that she could like Mark isn't a bad thing though. Also the fact that she has an overbearing mother that forces her to model is kindof interesting and plays out relatively well later.Alice as a character still has a few issues, she still tells her friends who wouldn't be in this situation had she not told them about Freddy and her friends suffer for it. However most other things are actually pretty good about her. Alice is SPOILER ALERT pregnant and Freddy is using the baby's dreams. (Not sure how he can understand the information that he does, but he does.) This is used as a comparison to the Amanda Krueger story that was introduced in part 3. (Part 3 is really good I recommend it)In part 4 Freddy kind of becomes a part of her in this she SPOILER ALERT is able to exercise him out with the help of Amanda and her son.If you liked part 4 this is a decent completion to that story.Other than certain things not making sense the tone felt like it was fighting itself. Is this supposed to be scary or funny? I have no clue. There are moments where Freddy looks good on the Blu Ray but mostly straight up awful on the DVD. Freddy still tells to many jokes and acts over the top silly in this entry. Sure it's tame compared to Freddy's Dead but it still doesn't excuse it.For what it is it's pretty good but as a fan of this series I prefer a more scary Freddy and I want to be convinced of the reality of it like the first 3 movies did (though 2 can be debated on if it convinces you about the reality). I don't count parts 4 5 and 6 in my personal canon and see them as only movies.All in all I understand what the film was going for but I don't think it succeeded in it and after an entry like 3 I just can't deal with the quality of things moving away from scares and a sense of reality that there just isn't enough of for me personally. I'd give it a higher score if it made more sense and was going for scares.
Jennifer B (br) wrote: Dirty Dancing was produced in 1987 as a drama. The film was written by Eleanor Bergstein and directed by Emile Adolino. The films main actor was Patrick Swayze, who played Johnny and the main actress was Jennifer Grey, who played Baby. Dirty Dancing is a coming of age movie that was both relevant at the time of production in 1987 as well as relevant today. This movie includes a plot which deals with abortion, a topic which still stirs much controversy today. Dirty Dancing is drama. Men and women alike are able to take themselves back to a time when dancing and life's events is what brought them together for better or for worse, for one reason or another. Dirty Dancing takes you on a families' vacation during the summer of in 1963. Baby, along with her parents and sister are headed to Kellerman's resort for their first family vacation in six years. It is not long after that while she is wandering around the grounds that she runs into the bell boy Billy, played by Neal Jones, that she had previously meet while unloading their suitcases from the car. He asks her if she wants to help him take some watermelons up to the staff quarters. As the doors open her mouth drops and she sees for the first time people dirty dancing. She scoots her way across the room careful not to stare or look to hard at the way the people are dancing. As she drops off the watermelon that she had been carrying, she sees him. He is Johnny, played by Patrick Swayze. Johnny is the dancer who has already showed off his moves with his dance partner Penny, played by Cynthia Rhodes. He proceeds to take Baby out on the dance floor and dirty dance with her. She has no clue what she is doing but she is having fun. The family is out for the evening enjoying the summer breeze by the gazebo when Baby begins to be eyed by the resort owner's grandson, Neil. Neil offers to take Baby to the kitchen and offers her anything she wants. While in the kitchen Baby notices the that the dancer she admires, Penny, is bending over in the corner crying. She quickly tells Neil that she is no longer hungry and rushes back to find Billy in order to tell him what she has seen. Billy interrupts the dance between Johnny and a guest and then they all run off to see what is wrong with Penny. Once they find Penny and head back to the dance studio it is there that Baby finds out that Penny is pregnant and that she wants to have an abortion. Billy says that he found a doctor that can perform the surgery but he is only in town one day next week and it is going to cost money, which none of them have. The next day Baby asks her father, who is a doctor, for the money. She tells him that she can't tell him what the money is for but that it is important. Baby eagerly finds Penny and Johnny and tells them that she has the money. Penny is excited but says she can't take the money because they have a show at another local hotel the same day as the surgery and they can't find anyone to fill in for Penny. Billy offers up Baby to be Penny's stand in for the show. It is agreed that Johnny is a great teacher and he agrees to teach Baby the dance.The movie goes on to take the viewer though the many dance lesson that Baby needs in order to get up to speed with not only how to dance, because it appears that she has two left feet, but also how the dance will be performed. The dance lessons are intense. First Baby must learn how to count the beats to the music, then she must put the beat to the moves she is learning. Baby practices even when she doesn't have to be practicing. At one point in the film, Baby gets frustrated with Johnny because the show is only days away and he is not showing her all the lifts and moves that she will need to know. Johnny decides that they need a change of scenery and takes her to a local lake where they can practice the lifts there. Then show night comes. They go on stage and perform, Baby is unable to do the lift but all in all they feel the show went well. When they arrive back at the staff quarters they see that Penny is in pain. Baby runs off and gets her dad. Penny is given proper medication and is said that she will be okay in time.Even after the show Johnny and Baby can't seem to stay away from each other. Baby has fallen for Johnny and Johnny for Baby. They sneak off to dance and see one another often. There are however, some other guests that have been accustom to having time with Johnny but now that Johnny has fallen for Baby their time is no longer available. It turns out that a jealous guest has turned Johnny in for allegedly stealing wallets from guests. Baby stands up for Johnny telling the owner that she can vouch for Johnny's whereabouts for the evening in question because she was with him all night. Baby's father is not pleased that his daughter is sleeping around with Johnny and in the end Johnny is fired for sleeping with a guest. Baby and Johnny said they good byes and Johnny races off, saying "he will never regret it". Baby is sad knowing that she will never see Johnny again and that her father is mad with her decision to be with Johnny. On the last night the resort holds a variety show. Usually Johnny and his dancers do the final act but since Johnny was fired all of variety show folks are on stage singing one final act. Then Johnny walks in. He searches the crowd to find Baby and sees her. He walks up to the table with her parents and says, "nobody buts Baby in the corner", takes her hand and leads her on stage. Billy puts on a song and Johnny takes Baby's hand and they dance one final amazing dance together.
Jennifer T (kr) wrote: Extremely boring. Good actors but dull movie overall.
Ty P (kr) wrote: Even at only 90 minutes long, 20 minutes into this film and I was bored. I guess there is some merit given to a film that was made in the late 1940s, but the sad, depressing story overlaid with Italian dramatics is all just too much. A classic should stand the test of time, but The Bicycle Thief seems very dated.
Gregory W (jp) wrote: good but a little lacking in plot
Andy P (ag) wrote: It's hard to describe this one other than that there was absolutely no originality or skill used to make this film. It was as if they knew that all they had was Madonna (and I don't mean her skill as an actress) and were fine with it.
Ashley H (de) wrote: Slap Shot is an excellent film. It is about a failing ice hockey team who finds success using constant fighting and violence during games. Paul Newman and Strother Martin give amazing performances. The script is well written. George Roy Hill did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Slap Shot is a must see.