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Conrad T (us) wrote: Watching the last days of Marie Antoinette and King Louis 16 through the eyes of one of her servants in the Palace of Versailles. The downfall of the French monarchy. Very different from reading history text books. They didn't seem too extravagant from what I saw in the movie.
Brad S (ca) wrote: Bout time they got this on Flixster. Not a ripoff of S.W.A.T but a cheap looking film none the less. Review #2. Woo!
Ipoy I (it) wrote: boring.. poor acting
Divya K (us) wrote: An eight year old boy is thought to be lazy and a troublemaker, until the new art teacher has the patience and compassion to discover the real problem behind his struggles in school
bill b (br) wrote: it is an intersting approach of frankenstein but it didnt nake it to stuck in my head
Stuart K (it) wrote: Directed by Mathieu Kassovitz (La Haine (1995), The Crimson Rivers (2000) and Babylon A.D. (2008), produced by Joel Silver and Robert Zemeckis and written by Sebastian Gutierrez (Snakes on a Plane (2006)), this dark horror film has some good ideas, but it's let down by pedestrian plotting and derivative scares, despite the best efforts of the cast, who are wasted in this supernatural thriller. Psychiatrist Dr. Miranda Grey (Halle Berry) works at a mental hospital, and while driving home one night, is possessed by a ghost. When she wakes up, she's restrained in the mental hospital where she works, and is told by Dr. Pete Graham (Robert Downey, Jr.) that she murdered her husband Douglas (Charles S. Dutton). Miranda can't believe this accusation, as she can't remember it. She's forced to conform to hospital life, which means bonding with her former patient Chloe Sava (Penlope Cruz). But, one night, Miranda witnesses something happening to Chloe, which could explain as to why she's been banged up. Director Kassovitz seems to have had bad luck while working in Hollywood, maybe this and Babylon A.D. should convince him to stay away. It has shades of Samuel Fuller's Shock Corridor (1964), and this is a film which should have been made 40 years previously, as it might have been better.
Joel M (kr) wrote: 9/10: Anthology of 3 short sci-fi anime (sci-fi horror/triller, bioterrorism comedy, and war satire) by 3 directors - Koji Morimoto (Animatrix), Tensai Okamura (Neon Genesis Evangelion) and Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira, Steamboy). All 3 stories are beautifully animated and unique in its on kind, making each a masterpiece of its own. High re-watch value cause the more you watch the better it gets due to the extra details that you will discovered if compared to watching the first time.
Manisha K (us) wrote: Ultimate weepie, love it!
Simon D (gb) wrote: I am surprised that, in 1976, Japan, which I always thought were quite a conservative culture, were making films like this. This is aparently a true story about a bloke with all Geishas and concubines gets married to one and basically devote all their time to bonking 'n stuff. They get pretty obsessed about it and it all gets a bit too much. I mean, it is all a bit too much right from the start, if you are expecting a normal film that is. Come to terms with the fact that this is porn disguised as a historical film and it still get's too much. They cross the line so many times that there is no room for any more lines by the end. A wierd, unique film but not suitable for 99% of the viewing public.
Tristan P (ca) wrote: Probably would've been better if it wasn't a Marx Bros. movie. They're always fun to watch but they just don't work here.
Sam H (ru) wrote: Amazing movie. Lubitsch was way ahead of his time---a sophisticated film now 74 years old.
Zacquonneasha C (br) wrote: I love dance movies.