The Scarlet Pimpernel

The Scarlet Pimpernel

Leslie Howard plays Sir Percy Blakeney, an 18th century English aristocrat who leads a double life. He appears to be merely the effete aristocrat, but in reality is part of an underground effort to free French nobles from Robespierre's Reign of Terror. Based on the novel by Baroness Orczy.

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Nikolai B (jp) wrote: Highly imaginative, beautifully animated, and infused with a spirit reminiscent of Bill Waterson's "Calvin and Hobbes," Titeuf is sure to enthrall young viewers-- but won't talk down to them. The cinematic debut of Zep's beloved comic strip remains true to form, littered with juvenile humor and fart jokes, while still not afraid to attack major social issues prevalent in family life today.

John B (fr) wrote: At times the viewer feels too involved in a very private situation but it makes the strains and horror of the full picture as it is revealed all the more gripping.

Jerrod O (au) wrote: Cool lil summer job movie. Woulda been nice to see more than one black person tho.

Susan C (gb) wrote: Few funny parts but kind of corny and awkward.

Lance C (ca) wrote: A pretty decent punk documentary, but I felt that they lingered far too long on the British scene. It was refreshing to hear Henry Rollins say that Johnny Rotten's band after the Sex Pistols was infinitely more interesting than the Sex Pistols and speak a bit to what killed the punk scene (which was more or less punks themselves). I feel like this movie is best seen in conjunction with some other documentaries like American Hardcore to get a more detailed picture of what was happening in America during the 1980s. What I did like about this documentary is how it compared punk with rock & roll, hip-hop and grunge/alt. rock (especially Sonic Youth).On a totally different note, John Holstrom is full of shit and comes off like a massive douchebag.

Darryll H (it) wrote: a decent average steven seagal movie

Ty N (au) wrote: Although Frailty is a very spooky twisted film about a father killing demons, it gives you a little bit of suspenseful fun.

Matthew N (fr) wrote: A bunch of 1950's tough guys who protect their turf, look out for each other, and don't take any crap.

Priyu K (us) wrote: excellent framing set design, a slow but ultimately moody and quaintly disturbing piece of the pre-1920s silent period

Matti S (au) wrote: One of the funniest movies I have ever seen...

Ralph R (gb) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.

Andrew S (jp) wrote: Werner Herzog's documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams takes us deep into the Chauvet Caves within Southern France where he goes on to explore the oldest cave drawings in the world. Herzog as narrator philosophizes and forms opinions of fascinating proportions and implications that explore and affirm what it means to be human all the way from our earliest ancestors. As a history student this is a fascinating contribution. First time rating: 9.2/10

Justin B (ag) wrote: full of that culty goodness of my generation.

Kevin R (br) wrote: Everybody knew he was a cop.An undercover NARC agent wants to retire from his line of work but money hasn't lined up so he takes another case. The case calls for him to work with a police officer whose partner has recently been killed. He and his new partner investigate those responsible for the murder; however, in doing so, he may uncover the partner had a lot to do with the situation..."Do you think it could have been prevented?""What could have been prevented?""The infant's death."Joe Carnahan, director of Smokin' Aces, The Grey, The A-Team, and Stretch, delivers NARC. The storyline for this picture is very mediocre, predictable, and clich for the genre. This didn't feel very original or clever. The acting and script are just okay and the cast includes Ray Liotta, Jason Patric, Alan Peterson, Chi McBride, Busta Rhymes, and Krista Bridges."Say fuck you again to me."I randomly grabbed this off Netflix as a potential interesting action flick, and was disappointed. It was okay, but nothing special and fairly straightforward. I would honestly only watch this if you have nothing better to do."You're a good woman, baby!"Grade: C-