The Best of Victor Borge: Act One & Two
The classic routines Victor Borge made famous are in this live performance.
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bill s (nl) wrote: I was worried Stone was going to screw this up but he made a moving tribute to the heroes both alive and lost.
Dathan R (jp) wrote: cool info at the end, characters were well done, a little WWII satire, but I was not engaged in the plot.
Vicci O (jp) wrote: Complex plot, slowly unravelling. Beautiful people, beautifully shot with soft and beautiful feelings and powerful love. Erotic with a slowly emerging mud covered surprise :)
Justin O (fr) wrote: A great and chilling thriller with the "what-if" factor working well. Kilmer is absolutely superb as John Holmes.
Samantha S (mx) wrote: Not bad HBO movie. Always nice to see the underrated Frank Vincent.
Don S (nl) wrote: This is the story of a normal, average looking, adolescent girl and her struggles through her first year of junior high. Unlike the critics and most other who've seen this, I did not find it engaging or nostalgic. In fact, it elicited very little in the way of anything from me. I just coasted through it, never connecting with any characters or even situations. I did like the singing of Steve Rogers (Eric Mabius) and thought the title song was pretty catchy.
Heidi s (ag) wrote: Just dumb and weird...
Max C (it) wrote: It is not just a film to casually watch on a Sunday afternoon, packs a real emotion punch and leaves deep questions for the viewer
Danielle M (ru) wrote: A very suspenseful and emotional piece!
kyo 9 (ag) wrote: watch it..pretty lame college movie..
Andrew L (de) wrote: Not Bronson's best movie, and definately not historically accurate in it's depictions of it's characters Hickok & Crazy Horse. But this is an interesting little film with quite an impressive supporting cast. The effects are poor but you can't expect much more from such a small film. You'll either think this film is 'all-right' or 'hate it' - nothing more.
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Private U (ca) wrote: my all time favoutrite. i have seen the 4 films with miss marple a hundred times. she is my hero. simply love those movies.
Andi P (es) wrote: just great, it was the hand you know!
Augustine H (us) wrote: The second film of Roberto Rossellini's War Trilogy reveals 6 stories order about the American-Italian relations at individual levels. It touches upon trust, prejudice, poverty, class difference, resistance and religion. Despite realistic, I personally find the entire film a little bit scrappy, though the first story is definitely the most astonishing.
Terry G (it) wrote: It's too soon to say, but I think this is the most memorable of the trilogy. Slow in parts, too fast in others, ... but sure had a good time. A blast.
Elijah M (gb) wrote: When I first saw VHS and VHS 2, it was new life into the found footage movies. VHS2 was one of the rare movies that improved on the first movie. With Viral it turns out that going bigger isn't better. VHS did well with its over the top situations. Viral attempts to do this, but ends up just wacky. I have never been so bored and frustrated with the movie. Now honestly I have nothing nice to say about it.