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Rasheed T (mx) wrote: Deep and electrifying . A movie that gives us the best visual of the mentality of the Queen herself and the touching relationship between the prime minister Tony Blair. Movie for everyone to enjoy!
Joel A (us) wrote: A truthful & hard bitingly honest depiction of a struggling British Couple having a Long Weekend in Paris & re-connecting with an old friend.I find this film may be to hard hitting for Rom Com followers but had some terrific scenes that where truthful. Jim Broadbent was sensational in his role & added much depth.The location of Paris is used superbly & is an important for struggling marriages. A clever film that is worth a viewing.
Richard P (it) wrote: Great film - likeable characters are pulled through a tense, well-plotted mystery. Funny and emotional!
AD V (au) wrote: Surprisingly faithful in style Japanese film that was creepy and fun with a few really good jump scares. The film, released a month after the completely different American sequel, has its flaws but overall is a satisfying alternate universe follow up that is sure to please most fans of the first since it emulates it quite well.
J Jos R (jp) wrote: not his best work, but still an enjoyable movie. Mos Def is the shinning star of the film.
Macabre T (fr) wrote: HAHAHAH this series was great
Dave B (mx) wrote: A complete shit show representative of all the bulshit attitudes in society today. Completely ridiculous, and more so because it's accurate. I laughed my ass off.
Jim S (nl) wrote: Another great movie that I was dreading. I had no idea that the Indian dance music was going to be so good. The pickup line the guy uses is worth the movie all by itself.
Paul H (de) wrote: Blast from the past! Classic soundtrack and cool film.
Luinda L (ru) wrote: Boorman film of great depth and a one that keeps coming back to you even years later. Berenger is superb.
MEC r (kr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
Matthew L (ag) wrote: Hammers 5th Dracula film and the fourth to star Christopher Lee, whilst all the films are direct sequels to the last this one is more so due to beginning in the closing 10 minutes of Dracula Has Risen From the Grave and features footage from said film. Following the now established formula from the previous films, Dracula does not appear until about midway through the film where he is resurrected by a previously unseen but devote minion. Outside of Lee, and the first film, this has the strongest cast so far with future voice of Wallace Peter Sallis and 'M' in all but name in 6 Bond films Geoffrey Keen. Beyond that this is a fairly standard Hammer horror that doesn't add anything new to the Vampire mythos and features an increasingly reluctant to return Lee, though he would do a further 3 times. The film may have proved to be infinitely more interesting had Hammer not been forced to rewrite the film to included Dracula by their American distributer who refused to release it if the Count did not appear. As it is once Dracula appears he's given very little to do, his motivation is a little iffy to say the least and his demise is by far the worst, and confusing, of the series so far.
Oliver J (fr) wrote: So bad i wanted to cry....Couldn't get through it.
Lea B (mx) wrote: A great Disney movie with some of the best visuals Disney could ever offer to us.