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Dax S (ag) wrote: Kind of a dated story, more like from the 70s.
Amanda H (au) wrote: I'm not sure what was worst about this movie- the bad acting, the terrible script, the lame excuse for "special effects" or the incredibly monotonous narration that nearly puts you to sleep. But I guess it doesn't really matter which of these sins is most heinous, because they're all pretty awful. I would not recommend this movie at all, unless you suffer from insomnia and are looking for something mind-numbingly dull to put you to sleep.
Janick L (it) wrote: Documentaire intressant sur le mouvement GI contre la guerre du Vietnam. Je ne savais pas que ce mouvement avait t aussi fort. Le documentaire dnonce le gouvernement et sa tentative de montrer ce mouvement comme marginal. Intressant de voir autant de militaire critique face l'adminsitration amricaine. Un documentaire qui est d'autant plus intressant si on le compare la situation actuel en Irak.
Alex P (mx) wrote: a good movie to watchthey were some great blood nd gore scenes, where she eats the mix up body parts in the blender.but the ending sucked.
Ming Siu G (nl) wrote: Really quite mediocre.
Moriah F (de) wrote: One of my all time favorites
Ian C (mx) wrote: I love these early 90s martial arts flicks. They are so wank. Sadly Bolo is only on screen for a maximum of 3 minutes, but he has a mullet so that makes up for it. The whole monk/international drug ring cracked me up.
Miko L (br) wrote: it can be a sad movie, but I would say this is simply beautiful movie. good music too.
Samson S (br) wrote: Bomb!!!...........childhood flick
Thomas D (gb) wrote: I think You Only Live Twice suffers from the same mistakes that Thunderball made, which is trying to too much different. The first three Sean Connery Bond films are each terrific in their own right but they follow the same structure just in a slightly unique way. With You Only Live Twice (YOLT), I once again felt like I wasn't watching a Bond film at all.This film takes Bond all the way out to the Japan area and closer (but really farther away) to the inter-workings of Spectre. I'm on record saying that I have grown tired of seeing the leader of Spectre teased and teased in each film without any actual payoff. We get that here, but the Japanese structure gives this film enough uniqueness to hold me off one more time. Why it took them so long to reveal who is behind Spectre is beyond me, but I just think this and Thunderball were missed opportuities.The problem is that I can't help but think the reason to bring Bond to Japan was to appeal to a broader audience. That's fine, but if you lose the fans you had in the first place, it does no good. Another strange thing about YOLT is that much like Thunderball dealt with underwater sequnences, this film dealt with space exploration and Spectre's interest in capturing American spacecrafts. It's just too out there for a James Bond film.But unlike Thunderball, YOLT only has maybe one cool action sequence and music that isn't as fresh or exciting as Thunderball. Although the climax of the film does give us action packed thrills and our first look at you know who, it doesn't save the rest of the film for me. The Japanese aesthetic ends up growing tiresome after you spend 80% of the movie there. I wish the franchise would have integrated the more interesting characters back at MI6 at this point in the series. Understanding that Bond is a man coming back from the dead in this story, I wish the films themselves would do the same. Return to what made the franchise so exciting and entertaining. +Spectre finally unveiled, sort of+New aesthetic+Ambitious-But the change to the setting seemed forced and money oriented-Silly at times-Why space?6.1/10
John B (fr) wrote: I have seen all of the usual films that one sees of William Holden. This is a gem in the midst of what was considered to be his down period...a very interesting look at a industrialist turned spy and the impacts that this has on his business and personal life. Worth a look.
Brian H (jp) wrote: Enjoyable, but not very good
Ben F (kr) wrote: I mean, it was good enough I think.
J D (jp) wrote: What an odd movie. I watched it under something of a "train wreck" effect. In the end we're left with it's all because a mentally unstable person was off her meds. I can't recommend it.
David L (de) wrote: Wonderfully acted by both Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger, finely scripted, masterfully edited and emotionally rich, In the Heat of the Night may have a simple plot, but this particular story is an entirely engaging one that is conveyed with evident warmth, terrific character development, strong acting, realistic depiction of racism at the time, great score and one of the most satisfying ending scenes ever. It is, in a year of very strong contenders, an entirely deserving Best Picture winner.