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Patti N (fr) wrote: WOW. Despite way too much bloodshed for my tastes; I found the movie compelling, disturbing, and a bit too convincing for comfort.
Mal K (jp) wrote: A great well rounded coming of age teen movie showcasing the feel and attitudes of the time. Film had laughs, tears and action. I'm probaby biased being from Widnes, but all that aside, I was surprised it had depth. I was expecting some lads trying to figure out to get into the concert, but found it to be multi layered, with romance, bromance, comedy, tradgedy and action. The characters were beleivable and the setting/atmosphere was point perfect. Hats off to Mat Whitecross and Chris Coghill for a great film.
Hannah W (au) wrote: Visually, with camera work its great for a surfing movie. The location links make no sense during a single scene though. If it's a movie set in Newcastle why not stick to what is authentic and some what realistic. The scene where there at Redhead skinny dipping, get caught and run home...all the way into Newcastle beach, which is like 17km or something.some run home.
Andrew G (br) wrote: Sukiyaki Western Django is filled with action and spaghetti western homages/parodies - but this 'origin story in attempt' fails for paying more attention to its spaghetti western roots than its own story. Action packed but confusing.
Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 86%Things we lost in the fire benefits from its most eccentric script that is too often meandering and careless, but allows it to deviate from a cliched path. The film also has a powerhouse performance from Benicio Del Toro and Berry in one of her best roles. The film is a potent look into addiction, love and recovery. Bier's cinematography technique of focussing on the eyes of the characters give the film a unique feel.
Mitchell M (fr) wrote: "Little Children" lands a resonant punch on suburban life with equal conviction and sensitivity - and gets a hefty dose of powerful acting from its superb cast.
Haston L (mx) wrote: It was definitely worth seeing at least once
Larry Y (ca) wrote: another supermarket DVD 2.99 DVD combo pack purchase
Alex C (kr) wrote: WHY WAS THERE A DILDO AT THE GARAGE SALE? For all its little weird moments and eccentricities, Inside Out turns out to be a decent tale of how things are not always as they seem in a quiet suburban neighborhood
bloody w (nl) wrote: a phenomenal comedy in this parody of ""the karate kid'". this movie singlehandedly sucks so bad it becomes one of the most charming entertaining films I've ever seen
Kenneth S (kr) wrote: Silly, goofy, inspiring and a lot of fun. Great message.
Ryan J B (mx) wrote: A film based on a true story about someone writing a film about a true story. Confused? Not nearly as confused as the director clearly was. A bit of a shambles of a film really.