The Romanovs: An Imperial Family
The story of the last year and a half of Tsar Nicholas II and his family from the February Revolution of 1917 to their execution in July 1918.
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Galuh T (it) wrote: Eh, wtf, blonde much, Jess?
Tony M (us) wrote: Richie & Eddie are more insane than ever in this crazy flick. If you love the BBC show Bottom, you'll love this. I do - 5 stars.
Michelle R (gb) wrote: Good film for those who are thinking about having children. Story falls flat, but the eye candy of Jill Hennessy is worth a watch.
Alex I (gb) wrote: Gotta love Freaked. MTV back when it was good.
Richard D (it) wrote: While not as good as his peak films of the 1970's, this might just be the best of his 80's films. There's an odd self-referential quality to it. It revolves around a horror author who is accused of brutality and rampant misogyny, and this is the most ornately brutal of Argento's gialli and the violence has more of a sexual nature than any of his earlier films. It's odd and unsettling, especially given the twist ending.
Millo T (de) wrote: Maria Schneider is lovely, and Brando's role is despicable.
WK J (es) wrote: Wish Fred MacMurray had been my dad.
Kaitlynn K (de) wrote: I liked Paper Towns, but I thought it skipped too many things from the book. But movies based on books are never as good as the books in general, so I'm not surprised. I thought Nat Wolff did a great job, and the casting was done well, except for Cara Delevingne. I don't know, I just didn't think she portrayed Margo correctly.
Charles P (de) wrote: Is the joke of this movie having the beloved, legendary, two-time Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro say words like "&%$#", "@$%^", and "[email protected]!$"? It is? Okay.