The Ketchup Effect
A teenager's reputation is destroyed when she falls asleep drunk at a party and some boys take provocative photos of her.
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Hisham B (nl) wrote: Great action flick with great cast.
DAVID M (de) wrote: SOME INTERESTING SNAPSHOTS OF ANN ARBOR AND U OF M. ALL THE ACTORS HAVE REALLY GOOD LOOKING TEETH. OTHERWISE SCRIPT AND ACTORS SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN COMMUNITY THEATER, AND THEN STARTED OVER.
Ng H (es) wrote: J Odagiri looks awesome with that hair, that's all I have to say. Very empty movie with no direction. Sadly.
Melissa J (fr) wrote: It was a great movie and I love Anthony Hopkins as an actor he is great
Adam S (mx) wrote: Sphere contains some elements that should make it a shoe-in for at least a fun movie - it has an outrageous sci-fi plot that feels like a Doctor Who reject, it has a giant squid (seriously, those things are cool. I don't care who you are), and of course, it has Samuel L. Jackson.How, then, did director Barry Levinson, who directed such classics as "Good Morning Vietnam" and "Rain Man", manage to make this film completely and utterly boring.It's not like Jackson was the only name Levinson was working with either - the film stars the likes of Dustin Hoffman, Sharon Stone, Liev Schreiber, Peter Coyote and, for some reason, Queen Latifah. But this slow paced, often non-sensical film has too many flaw to ignore.(One that I will point out, is Sharon Stone claiming that nocturnal sea snakes can't harm you during the day - as if their venom just goes on holiday or something at every nap break. Lazy writing.)It's a film that shows everything that was wrong with 90's sci-fi, and it isn't worth the effort of watching. Squid or no squid.
Susie L (fr) wrote: This movie is just so horribly bad, that you just have to see it to believe it. The dialogue, acting and fight scenes are so terrible that they are hilarious. This is pretty much how not to do a movie. I recommend it if you want to have a good laugh.
Grayson D (br) wrote: Great comedy with O'Toole effectively playing Erroll Flynn.
Nick (fr) wrote: Interesting story, much better than the book.