Coming-of-age story about a 15-year-old boy, Oscar, who falls in love with his stepmother, Eve.

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Dave G (br) wrote: could see what they were trying to do, but they couldn't pull it off

joao b (br) wrote: Super 8 traz um roteiro emocionante e divertido,alta fico cientifica de peso e atuaes fantsticas.

Jessica H (ag) wrote: I saw this just because Lucy Hale was in it, but the twist is amazing. It had me on the edge of my seat, excited with the new twist on classic old horror movies.

Abdulmalik A (jp) wrote: It's a fun idea, but quite awkwardly staged and, in the end, not particularly engaging.


Ian E (es) wrote: "Ali" does not delve deep or incisive enough into the life of its title character like it should, but it benefits from Will Smith's impressive performance where he excels at his role naturally and charismatic.

Parnick M (de) wrote: I mean this movie sort of bookends the late 1980s suppressed teen/oppressive high school environment genre. Slater gives a good multi-layered performance, but the rest of the movie is spotty. Still, worth a watch if you liked "The Breakfast Club."

Rosemary K (gb) wrote: In this film about relationship,we find a new couple trying to adjust to things around them. Paul(Redford) marries Corie(Fonda),but seems too "wound up" to be as free as his "Spirited" wife. Corie tries to get her mom involved with a new Neighbor (Boyer) and just wants Fun.

Chris O (fr) wrote: Smart, brooding, moving and well shot, Darko is one of those movies you'll have to see again and again to capture it all. Mixing sci-fi and a teenage 80's movie, the mind warping subject matter may be a bit hard of a pill to swallow and perhaps even a bit frustrating, and thats fine. Its not for everyone. However if you like getting your hands dirty and question all that youve seen and felt, watch it with a friend or loved one so you can discuss later. Cuz trust me, you will.

Chiek E (au) wrote: Shocking miscarriage of justice because of crooked police, judges and jury going right up to the Queen. The immense wrong done to 4 young people at the height of their youth (impeccable Daniel Day Lewis as Gerry Conlon was one of them) was the incarceration plus Conlons father who must die in prison. If it was not the tenacity and resourcefulness of attorney Pierce(Emma Thompson), the utter shame and inhumanity of the crooked police would never have come to the light of day. Made in 1993, 22 years ago, one could sense that young Daniel Day Lewis would become a giant in the acting world as we witness today.

Pia K (de) wrote: Perushmpp hyvill nyttelijill ryyditettyn. ;) (Suom. Larry Crowne - Uusi mahdollisuus)

Jimmy H (it) wrote: "Face Of Love," came and went on the big screen. It hardly grossed $300 thousand bucks. Too bad, as it's a pretty decent love story featuring Annette Bening, Ed Harris and Robin Williams. I say rent, unless you want to buy now and save for next Valentine's Day.

Jacob D (ag) wrote: Genius movie with hilarious comedy, gripping drama, and Fan-freaking-tastic direction.

Meredith W (ag) wrote: Despite its post-apocalyptic backdrop, "Z for Zachariah" is not a particularly exciting movie. Rather, it is a somewhat intimate examination of the nature of human relationships, in particularly circumstances. So it is quite unlike the novel, especially its three (rather than two) characters, and it suffers because of this, despite its stellar cast of Margot Robbie as Anne, a resourceful woman who's managed to stay alive in the face of a mysterious disaster, Chiwetel Ejiofor, as the scientist who stumbles into her world and Chris Pine as the stranger the creates the love triangle.