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logan s (fr) wrote: I liked that it didn't have known actors.......thats about it........the score seemed to over bearing at some points........and Hollywood close camera quick cuts for fight scenes i dislike so stop *please....and reboots n remakes thank u*
Hank M (ca) wrote: if you're interested in politics, don't miss this.
Sue W (br) wrote: Quirky Brit Romcom. Loved it. It was enjoyable funny, an sweet as well as cynical all the best things about British humour including managing to be romantic too. Tom Reilly was good in this as the uptight groom, and made in Dagenham's Sally Hawkins is as usually great.
Mait O (ag) wrote: A Donde Nos Lleva la codicia!
Dyron W (it) wrote: As with Next Friday, Friday After Next does not hold a candle to the first film but offers plenty of good laughs, with Katt Williams (Money Mike) standing out as the most hilarious, colorful presence of the movie.
Robyn M (es) wrote: This movie is very complex, based on a best selling novel, it flopped at the box office because nobody knew what it was except avid readers. I happened to stumble apon it, and was almost regretful. The first 10-15 minutes are bleek and tiresome and not to mention confusing. As i said "Complex". Michele Phiefer who's a manipulative mother and controling even from jail was sentence for killing her boyfriend. Ingrid (the daughter) was sent to hell and back from a foster home, orphonage and possibly a dream life, that was taken from her by her mother. She's emotional and finally stands up to her mother thats imfusivly intense she's finally free. freedom something that was taken when her mother makes mistakes.
Danielle S (nl) wrote: Beautifully acted, intelligently written and criminally neglected by critics and distributors Callas Forever is a haunting and poignant study of the sacrifices an artist makes for her art. For some people the movie will prove somewhat unsatisfying, the more so if one focuses exclusively on Callas at the cost of ignoring other nuances and ideas, and the sheer pleasure of listening to the music and singing. But I recommand it to people who enjoy operas.
Ashley W (us) wrote: Dave never fails with originality and charm. A movie that fairly achieves a happy ending.
Tanner B (au) wrote: Platoon (1986) C-120m. ??? 1/2 D: Oliver Stone. Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Keith David, Forest Whitaker, Johnny Depp.Stone won well-deserved Oscar for his unconventional Vietnam war study, which is a triumph of capturing soldiers reactions under fire and showing the ultimate Hell on earth. Based on director Stone's actual experiences during the front lines, this gives the viewer an unforgettable insight on the horrifying bloodshed known as the battlefield. Film's harrowing war sequences are a hammer blow to the head; a must-see. Only flaw: the main character-played by Sheen-has motives which are hard to relate to, leaving this otherwise excellent film in a certain degree of aloofness. Outstanding Cinematography by Robert Richardson, and Music by Georges Delerue. Also won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Editing, and Sound.
Scott S (de) wrote: Mrs. Miniver (1942) -- [9.5] -- William Wyler's portrait of an English family weathering the darkest hours of World War II is a moving drama about hope and persistence. There's a quiet strength and noble resolve about the characters in this movie that I find utterly disarming. Wyler shows admirable restraint in the direction and storytelling, sidestepping any opportunity to sensationalize the material. One of the greatest scenes in the film sees Mr and Mrs Miniver (Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon) comforting their children from inside a claustrophobic underground bunker. As the bombs fall closer and closer, it's obvious the family home has probably been destroyed. The next scene could very easily have been the reveal of their demolished home, but Wyler instead cuts to the Minivers receiving their eldest son at the train station the next day. Their half-ruined home is treated as an afterthought, a minor inconvenience that fails to dampen the joy of their togetherness. As Mr. Miniver looks at the rubble that used to be his dining room, he kicks a loose bit of concrete. His youngest son pauses, then looks up at him and laughs. That's why it's such a moving picture. Because the Minivers carry on, and that's the hard part -- not the tragedy itself, but the will to keep going. Winston Churchill said that "Mrs. Miniver" did more for the war effort than an entire fleet of battleships. Even Adolf Hitler is reported to have been envious of the film's ability to rouse and unify a war-torn nation. But if "Mrs. Miniver" is a propaganda film, I think it's the best possible kind, exhibiting the best qualities of our human nature. The Academy awarded the film with six Oscars, including best picture, director, actress (Greer Garson), supporting actress (Teresa Wright), screenplay, and black & white cinematography.
Maria Isabel L (jp) wrote: This movie is so bad that is good