The Way We Were
Two desperate people have a wonderful romance, but their political views and convictions drive them apart.
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Panayiota K (de) wrote: Sad and kinda interesting although moving slow. Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst and Kristen Wiig were awesome.
Patrick E (de) wrote: Completely and utterly stupid, awful science and hilarious acting all add up to a slightly entertaining killer shark film. So little actually happened that I can't think of anything else to write!
James L (gb) wrote: I found this film pretty funny and it wasn't so over the top outrageous like part 1 and part 2...but these are definitely the kind of films you have to prepare yourself to watch with a very light heart ; because they sometimes border on the ridiculous .
Philip S (ru) wrote: The film starts off fairly well, with a suspenseful manhunt. The motives of the pursued and pursuer are kept from the audience, adding to the intrigue. As the film moves from the snowy mountains to the desert plains, however, the film, like its characters, begins to drag more and more and the life is sucked from it. Not the effect the director was going for, I imagine. When the motives are revealed, they are disappointing and ill-suited to the characters as we know them. The scenery and acting are fine; it's the script that lets this movie down. For a film that started off so well, it left me feeling terribly unsatisfied. The choice for the ending is incomprehensible. I really wanted to like this movie, but I simply cannot recommend it.
Joe M (mx) wrote: Basically an extended version of a Hercules episode with out the heart or charm. Only die hard Kevin Sorbo fans will put up with this mash mash for 90 or so minutes.
Thomas K (au) wrote: Had potential to be A LOT better.
Laura M (de) wrote: Interesting movie with one racist moment that honestly shouldn't have happened like that little person scene in Chennai Express (2013). If I thought that one moment in the courtroom from Veer-Zara (2004) last night was a test for my suspension of disbelief, I was ill-prepared for the courtroom climax in this movie. That said, it was a decent movie despite its flaws. It was also interesting as a vigilante movie.
Jay C (jp) wrote: [2013-9-23 @Eslite Theatre] Can find many director's signature, rough, but elegant.
Dustin B (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies growing up, it was produced the year of my birth.
Phenyeia O (au) wrote: The critics didn't like this film, but I beg to differ. Perhaps I'm naive and gullible, but to me it rings true in its local color and the coping of poor people in the Depression amidst the aspirations of young and old alike Great movie to watch
Matthew M (ca) wrote: A sports film about a coach who takes on a job at a correctional facility. He has a nephew there as well and he tries to earn the respect of the inmates. Of course it all works out in the end but the fact is it is not a bad movie and it makes a believable story. The film isn't flashy but more of a drama and I remember just getting it because the VHS cover looked fake. It was because that is not the guy. It looks like some person got together a bunch of people and a guy in a wheelchair. I decided to watch it again and got the DVD off Netflix. Wow beside the DVD having some random jumpy moments it has one of the most random special features I have seen. First off a DVD dictionary of all the keywords about film. An 8 minute cartoon featuring Casper. And a Movie Trivia question that says you are a smart person and/or that you have too much time on your hand. Anyway besides the DVD stuff which has nothing to do with the actual movie I still think it is a good movie and Robert Conrad does a good job as the coach.
J Dawgg (mx) wrote: By far, my number one favourite movie of all time.
Matthew K (jp) wrote: A reasonable B movie, but a junk A movie.