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Spring 1941. Center of Moscow. Duel of the two intelligence services turns more and more tense.

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Eric P (mx) wrote: good movie for straight to video. I have not seen a good movie about anti government racist since "believer" or"american history x"

Em K (gb) wrote: This was soooo sad, been a while since i have seen something that made me cry!! Another really good Aussie film!!!

Private U (au) wrote: about a man's DETERMINATION. based on real story.

Dann M (kr) wrote: Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau team-up for the hilarious screwball comedy Grumpy Old Men. The story follows two life-long rivals and neighbors who take their juvenile games and pranks to a new level to compete for a beautiful, free-spirited woman who moves in down the street from them. Lemmon and Matthau are incredibly funny, and are backed by a strong supporting cast; including Ann-Margret, Burgess Meredith, and Daryl Hannah. And while the comedy is a lot of fun, there also a lot of heart; with a touching message about the bonds of friendship and making the most out of life. Terrifically entertaining, Grumpy Old Men delivers a lot of laughs.

Tim M (kr) wrote: Excellent film full of mystery, comedy, and touching narrative. Helen Hayes gives a touching and fun performance while Jodie Foster is great as always. David Niven steals the show though as the butler who is also the rest of the staff and neighbors. Quite enjoyable and intriquing with clues leading to treasure; car pursuits after a train; and an epic climatic battle with every weapon imaginable within Candleshoe.

Joe C (br) wrote: Le Mepris, translated as "Contempt" is an appropriate title, considering Jean Luc-Goddard's feeling towards the rampant capitalism infecting the film industry, and the fact that this film is a searing expose on the manmade hurtles of filmmaking. Goddard's adaptation of the Alberto Moravia novel pokes fun athe rampant shallowness and materialism looming over the horizon, all while serenading us with sexy sports cars, beautiful women, retina-burning color, breathtaking backdrops and Georges Deleure's hypnotic score. If the opening sequence, one continuous take with spoken credits, followed by a 5 minute shot of Brigitte Bardot's derrire doesn't win you over, keep going. Because even if you don't care for Goddard's biting satirical elements, or the ingenious tributes to Homer's The Odyssey, watch it at least to experience what it's like when a painting comes to life for 102 minutes. It's euphoric.

Robert S (ru) wrote: CSI 1950 with a Harvard Medical School doctor adding the forensic aspect, Richardo Montelban as a first generation hispanic detective in Boston and a well written story that would have worked for Columbo or CSI too. Picked up on AMC where it still appears to play on occasion.

Jason D (ca) wrote: Strange Invaders walks a very fine line between being a cult hit film and being a laughable dud from the 80's. The film starts off in the quaint 50's in the town of Centerville, where simple people live simple lives until an alien invasion occurs, taking over the entire town by capturing everyone's souls and wearing their flesh. Some twenty odd years later, college professor Paul Le Mat goes in search of his ex-wife after she goes missing for a few days, only to find out about the aliens in town and flees back to New York. The only problem is that the aliens follow him back and amass a body count trying to track him down. Mat enlists the help of tabloid reporter Nancy Allen (Robocop), who we have to wait 35 minutes in to finally see, as well as former alien invasion survivor Michael Lerner (Anguish), who we have to wait over an hour to finally see as they battle the aliens in Centerville in hopes of saving Mat's kidnapped daughter. My reason for the movie walking that fine line is simple, it goes back and forth from being a decent 80's film to a boring 80's film. After they introduce Lerner's character, the film actually becomes a lot of fun and rather enjoyable. The effects are actually pretty good, showcasing some surprisingly violent, grossness to them that I was not expecting. The film also supplies a bevy of interesting appearances from the likes of June Lockhart (Lost in Space), Louise Fletcher (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), popular cartoon voice actor Wallace Shawn (Toy Story series, The Incredibles), and Jack Kehler (Pineapple Express). Great cast, but I don't know if they were used well enough. Average movie.