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David L (kr) wrote: Endearing, beautiful, moving, well-crafted and even stunning, A Letter to Momo has overly silly humor at times, but it is a terrific movie thanks to amazing and well written script, incredibly heartwarming ending, emotionally resonant approach, very good character development, wonderful score, great animation and terrific mix of supernatural and realistic aspects. It is simply a delight that can produce overwhelming emotional response and it is undoubtedly one of the finest anime films recently.
(nl) wrote: A young man must escape from a mysterious locked vault before he dies of dehydration. Very good movie
David E (de) wrote: They marketed this movie in a way to show that women can direct "good" horror films. That was an enormous mistake because this movie is actually 2 short horror films and 2 short comedy films with plot holes up the ass. This movie was in no way good. Watch V/H/S 1 & 2. They are similar to this movie structure but it's directed by MEN and is far better. If this is the best horror film women directors can offer, I'd say they should stop trying.
Jennifer T (mx) wrote: Thought this was pretty good. Andre Benjamin from "Outkast" gives a wonderful performance & Paula Patton was great too. Love the dancing and singing too.
Baptiste C (mx) wrote: Yes, 4 stars out of 5 for this incredible Tamil masala movie with great direction and amazing music by maestro A.R. Rahman. I spent a very good time watching this movie which has no screenplay but a good casting : Super Star Rajini and legendary actor Sivaji Ganesan. Very nice!!
Shauny T (br) wrote: I love dance movies so...what can i say
Daniel S (ca) wrote: This movie does make a go of exploring the mythos of its setting in a bit more detail, though it's rather internally inconsistent. It does make a better go of it than most of those that follow, though. In retrospect, actually, some of the growing room that it gives to the cosmology may give it some edge over the original, even if it's not across-the-board superior.
Lucas M (gb) wrote: It's juvenile, silly and flaws... but.. it's a comedy with John Candy! So, hey...give it one chance.
G T (ca) wrote: An absolute favorite movie, hands down. Who knows why I love this film? The shadow knows. I do. see it.
Shaun M (au) wrote: Richard Attenborough is excellent in this gritty British thriller, which is among the most accessible, tense and thematically engaging of the classic film noirs. Among its contemporaries, it has aged fairly well, and Attenborough's turn as conflicted mobster Pinkie smoothes over the rough patches.
Oscar H (us) wrote: Rtt ok gorillaskrckis, en genre som var enorm p den hr tiden. Givetvis inte i klass med King Kong (1931) och Mighty Joe Young (1949), men klart bttre n The Ape (1940). Om nu det sger ngot...
Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 2/12/2010)
Colin F (us) wrote: A decent film and in some places quite irrie for a film almost made 60 years ago. What badly lets the film down is the guy playing qutermass, he is totally miscast and just does not suit the part whatsoever, because of this the TV version from the 50s is far better, but still a decent flic.