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Christian H (jp) wrote: Ihan hyv kertomus Remusta, odotin itse vain ett olisi enemmnkin kertonut tarinaa muistakin Hurricanesin jsenist. Nytten he jivt pahasti taka-alalle :-/

Ramona S (mx) wrote: An amazing movie, with amazing performances. This is a totally unique movie in bollywood, with great songs and style that should have been a hit at the box office. This is Fardeen Khan's best performance while Kareena does well in her first negative role and Shahid Kapoor proves he's a star with his perfect histronics, flawless dance moves, and undeniable charm. This is one of my favorite movies!

Kasper K (br) wrote: Vild "tegnefilm" af Anders Morgenthaler

Pete T (es) wrote: Had this one in my queue for a while. It should have stayed there. Not even Outkast's coolness could make this a cohesive film. bummer.

Delilah M (jp) wrote: This movie is totally sweet...dey bake, found love, won the competition~! Sweet ending..i love it~!

Jamie S (br) wrote: I found this movie to be extremely disturbing and discriminatory.

MoanaMarie S (us) wrote: grew up watching this movie! still in love <3

Jenna G (ru) wrote: Love Poitier of course, but his scenes with Rod Steiger are my favorite thing about this. Great movie.

Eric R (nl) wrote: A very interesting film about postwar japan. Suzuki really focuses on the decline of morality after the War. Seijun Suzukis style is once again in grand display with lots of great color. Isao Tamagawa and the rest of the cast are excellent as well.

Daniel W (ru) wrote: Does not strike a chord with me but it is still a classic from observing Brando's performance. The script has its tragic beauty exploring violence and peasant exploitation. Strangely, reviews differ for people with different political views.

Phenyeia O (gb) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor

Dane T (us) wrote: Way too long and drawn out to enjoy. Most musical numbers could have been deleted without affecting the story.

Andrew S (it) wrote: Crumb is absolutely disturbing in a fascinating kind of way. One of the best Documentaries that I've ever seen. I'm compelled to watch it again and again.

Stephen M (au) wrote: This is a splendid little Hitchcockian thriller from Jonathan Demme. Roy Scheider plays Harry Hannan, a government agent recovering from a nervous breakdown after losing his wife in a botched attempt on his life. Fearful of further assassination attempts after being labelled a dangerous liability by his boss, Harry's nerves are shredded even further when he receives a mysterious death threat in Biblical Hebrew. Although certain characters (guilt-ridden, delicate hero - Vertigo), situations (shower scene - Psycho) and settings (bell tower - Vertigo again) are unmistakably Hitchcockian - and the movie even finds time to reference first generation Hitchcock clones like Henry Hathaway's Niagara - Demme's film is always a cut above mere pastiche because he makes little or no attempt to imitate the master's style. In place of Hitch's elegant backdrops and rigidly storyboarded perfectionism, Demme substitutes gritty locations, handheld camerawork and spontaneity. Scheider is superb as the haunted hero and Miklos Rozsa's score is simply beautiful.

Steve S (fr) wrote: Good thriller up until the last moments, which seem tacked on to make it more audience friendly.