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Justin T (gb) wrote: Good times in Massachusetts.
VJ H (nl) wrote: Alarm bells were ringing as soon as we got into its over the top, slapstick, goofy sound-effect laden intro. The film has flashes, very quick blink and you will miss it flashes, of classic Steve Martin hilarity, but it has aged terribly and on more than few occasions, the 'jokes' were just completely baffling.
BigMoneyBruce (us) wrote: Great movie script is well written and acted. Although Jolene Blalock does not seem that brihht in interviews her perfomance in this movie and in Enterprise leaves me wondering why she is not more famous and in more movies. This is a movie that can be watched & enjjoyed more than once so you should own it.
Scott E (au) wrote: Arnold in one of his top roles.
James H (de) wrote: Excellent World War II propoganda film. The cast is terrific. This is a fine example of the war films made at that time. William Bendix is particularly good. Nice production values, good cinematography.
Walter M (br) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=red]"Earth" and "The End of St. Petersburg" are two silent films made in the Soviet Union in 1927 and 1930, respectively. They were made to advance certain political feelings of the state, but what makes them better than mere propoganda, is the power of the images involved. "Earth" is about the introduction of machinery to a rural village. "The End of St. Petersburg" starts out in pre-revolution Russia, as workers are forced to migrate to the title city in search of work. What they find is a city of workers that are being starved by the capitalists. St. Petersburg, here represents, capitalism, which comes to an end in Russia with the Russian Revolution. I prefer "The End of St. Petersburg" because of a better story.[/color][/font]