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The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics
Along with his legendary cartoons, Walt Disney produced a marvelous array of live action classics that came about through the use of his singular style, hard work and an unwavering belief in this vision.
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Justin E (ag) wrote: Hilariously bad cheese-fest from Juan Piquer Simon(the wacky director of the equally off the wall "Pieces"). Radioactively mutated slugs rise up to kick the shit out of a small town in Nowhere, USA. Terrible acting coupled with abysmal dubbing. Low on nudity, but high on gore. Half-eaten corpses, exploding heads and eyeballs, hatchet dismemberment and much more. Not for the prudish but horror geeks will eat it up. Just be careful not to slip on the slime trails...
Nick O (kr) wrote: It'd help to dig horses before digging into "Buck", but I can't say everything here isn't extraordinarily well-made, soft-spoken, bittersweet, and handled with care. In other words, just like Buck Brannaman himself, and the spirituality in the people and animals he stares down but never looks past.
Anthony T (ru) wrote: "Oh no, my twin brother" says the main character when his twin who looks nothing like him dies.... What a badly written film haha
Anthony T (us) wrote: it seems that the writer just grabbed a bunch of inside jokes and put them into a movie. Thats not a bad thing to do, I did it with the script I wrote but also added a few more things. This movie does not actually have a plot but still manages to be enjoyable for people who like to watch low budget films.
Abraham B (us) wrote: Great movie. NEEDS A SEQUEL PLEASE!
Luke S (kr) wrote: I find this movie to be the best in the franchise. Funny, witty and very well-made, but with some very deep emotional moments between Indy and his dad, I find this movie to be amazing and perfect in its own right
Michael W (kr) wrote: Sonny Chiba is back as Terry Tsurugi, doing some freelance work for businessmen with ties to the mob until he refuses a job and becomes a target himself. Not much to distinguish itself from the original, except the violence is toned down a notch.
Steve G (ca) wrote: Mostly memorable for the only pairing of the biggest male & female stars in Hollywood history. Certainly not for the story.
Rachel S (mx) wrote: Fantastic. One of my favorite movies. Gordon-Levitt kills it.
Silvestre S (br) wrote: The Purge is enjoyable but really sadly it wastes its potential in the cheap way the story could have been told in with not concentrating enough on the purge but more on the typical home invasion clich and adding the purge as some lame background thing but anyways this movie could have been made in any way whether crime was legal for 12 hours or not
Simon M (nl) wrote: Woo hoo! The MST 3000 version of this is one of my faves! DIRECTED BY BERT I GORDON!!!! (sounds better when spoken like corny trumpet crescendo)
Elian D (br) wrote: Below average action movie with very little entertainment value.