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Ryan C (ca) wrote: If you appreciate the horror genre - give this movie a chance - and DON'T listen to the useless critics. While this isn't the best horror movie ever - but it is better than many...will entertain you, is worth your time and money. Movie critics are adept with a thesaurus, but without being involved in the production of a movie frankly have just as much credibility in critiquing a movie as anyone off the street. Glad we didn't listen to them on this one! (First and hopefully last review I ever need to post).
Eliabeth M (ca) wrote: Interesting, specially considering that I know very little about Estonia, it gives some basic background about the modern history of that country.
Destiny (mx) wrote: such a sad book wonderful movie
Private U (ru) wrote: Saw it years ago but I still remember every single detail.
Jonny G (kr) wrote: I am mostly White, but simply seeing the commercial on the big screen let alone of the bits and pieces of the actual movie I've been subjected to, even *I* am offended. Sandra Bullock is definitely purty and sexy, but watching her portray an affluent, affluent White woman saving a poor, dumb, lubbox Black kid from himself is beyond disgusting. This is typical White-Man's Guilt. I don't give a rats arse if it was "based on" a true story or even the absolute true story, this is beyond insulting. I can't imagine anyone other than a "prim and proper" - perhaps a "high" English man/woman with the snoot in the air - finding this any less than a racist, degrading, "White-Man's Burden" whitey fest. Those poor "Black brutes from the savage life of central Africa" need to be civilized by us pretentious, self-important, all knowing,."non racist", "progressive" lovers of racial equality. We, the wise, kind and gentle White people of the Nordenland must save these poor beasts from themselves! As I said, I'm mostly White. But I'm also Sicilian. Whitey northern Italians call us ni&&ers cuz obviously our island was settled early on by Africans. The whole stereotype of the Black guy as one dumb sunuvabich that needs to be trained like a chimpanzee is repulsive. Shame on you, Sandra, and the rest of your racist, do-goody-good left-wing morons that try to pretend they're for racial equality. Why don't you fly down to the village where Madonna stole her African kid and get one of your own. God FORBID you adopt an actual needy child from Darfur (OMFG!! They're all sickly and not bronze skinned models of health!) to take home. Steal your "negro people" to demonstrate your devotion to racial equality and glorify yourself.
James B (fr) wrote: Good, but not as good as I remembered it to be. I still have a soft spot for the film as being part of the Eugene Morris Jerome series. Walken does a great job, as usual, playing a maniac.
Joel A (it) wrote: This surely was a nice little surprise of a film, completely low key but quite well done indeed. John Belushi was fantastic as Ernie Souchak quite a likelable & humourous character, thrown into a very uncomfortable environment. I found the film quite funny due mainly to the fact it didn't try to hard be to funny. At it's heart this film is your typical love story, but Belushi's performance pulled it off, he really added a lot of flavour to it. One of those rare films you get to end of and your like... 'wow that was so much better than I thought it would be'...and in my case that is rare...
Alex K (gb) wrote: Great movie. One of the best ever.
SoonHo S (ru) wrote: Not Rohmer's best, but still beautifully ordinary and thoughtfully simple piece of work.
Jude P (nl) wrote: A comedy at it's best.
Nandan T (ru) wrote: Why is it rated so low? It deserves to be above 3.5 stars. Such a feel good movie and a different spin on romantic comedies. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan have excellent chemistry together. Loved this film! Highly Recommended!