Time of the Comet
A young man is searching for the war to free his country and establish freedom. Instead of war he finds the love of his life.
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Justin P (gb) wrote: Pretty good documentary about Anderson Silva and the good and bad moments that have made him who he is. Definitely a must see before him & Sonnen's rematch on July 7th!!
Craig Y (ru) wrote: Horrible. Horrible. Unbelievably horrible movie. No logic, no twist, just simply downright horrible.
Diana L (it) wrote: Amazing movie experience.
disputed t (it) wrote: Love it! This is what you get when the tree greatest argentinian actors work together with a great director and a wonderfull script.
Andrea M (it) wrote: I don't know why people hate this movie so much, I love it
Melanie D (it) wrote: Fun holiday film with enough laughs and entertaining characters to make it a worth-while watch. Enjoyable easy viewing with great Christmas town setting.
Igor A (es) wrote: Jeremy IronsMeryl StreepGlenn CloseWinona RyderAntonio Banderas
Troy F (es) wrote: Problem Child is a problem within itself, it can be funny, but it'll wear out the same gag till you've had enough. It's watchable, but it's a real mess of a film.
Steve S (de) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Four hour mini-series that tries to add some credibility to the mass of Hercules movies that have become somewhat of a joke over the years. Paul Telfer sure looks the part, though he also looks like he should be advertising toothpaste, or something like that. The story is still on the weak side as he goes through all his usual trials. Better than most, but nothing overly special.
M C (ag) wrote: Lina Wertmuller masterpiece. I hope people get to see this rarely screened gem and don't confuse it with the Madonna film. For Americans that don't understand the class, political split and overall differences in the Italian culture, this is a crash course. I just wished movies like this would get more play since it's always Fellini, Rossellini and Antonioni that get all all the attention
Joel H (ru) wrote: The reason Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is considered a classic is because it captures the attention of children (and adults) with invention and fantasy - plus it has a catchy theme song. This movie is definitely more Roald Dahl than Ian Fleming. It's filled with imaginative characters and whimsical situations. It's a bit lengthy, yes, but it kept my kids entertained the whole time.
Eliabeth S (it) wrote: Oh man, it's difficult to overlook the triumph of the patriarchy in this one - as much as I love Bing Crosby! And overall, just not a very compelling story.
Private U (us) wrote: It's a Western remake of Kurosawa's "Rashomon" (it might even be a nearly shot-by-shot remake), with several different versions of a rape and murder told by a Mexican bandit, a former Confederate soldier, and his wife. And against all odds, the movie works, for many of the same reasons that "Rashomon" works. In fact, it might follow "Rashomon" a bit too closely, as you spend a lot of time picking out the similarities and differences between the two, and find it hard to consider the movie as anything but a remake. But the transition to the Western genre works, and although Newman seems to mimic Toshiro Mifune a bit too much, on the whole he and the rest of the cast do a good job. It doesn't surpass the genius of "Rashomon" (nothing could), but I think anyone who hasn't seen Kurosawa's movie would still find this enjoyable.
Eduardo C (it) wrote: Greta Garbo is a stiff, rigid, robotic Stalinist Communist envoy on an important mission in Paris. She gradually discovers her individuality, humanity, spirit and femininity caused by finding romance in that great city. A delightful romantic comedy.
Jacob Z (es) wrote: Resurrection is better than Alien 3 in many ways (more consistent, simpler and at times thrilling), but that doesn't stop it from still failing to live up to the first two film's legendary statuses and convincingly keep the franchise up.
Alan W (au) wrote: not as depressing as I had expected, in fact, not at all what I had expected from this another film dealing with grief (not unlike Things We Lost...) with fine performances from El Cusack and the 2 youngsters playing his kids. Recommended.
Jacob W (gb) wrote: I'm just amazed this angle of the superhero/supervillain dichotomy hasn't been done before
Private U (ru) wrote: It's genuinely creepy--if the high-pitched voice that terrifies Day doesn't unnerve you, then you're made of stronger stuff than I am (which is altogether possible). It loses steam due to a fairly predictable plot, but it's still a fun ride.
Mir A (mx) wrote: Its an inspirational movie