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Rancour C (mx) wrote: Kind of strange because you keep waiting for it to go somewhere and you wait and wait and then the credits roll. The beginning is an absolute torture because Morgan Spurlock just can't get enough of himself and he goes on and one, even though there's not one reason why he needed to be featured at all. The only thing that saves this potential mess are the comedic bits with Will Arnet and Jason Bateman.
Evan M (br) wrote: A humble performance by Nathan Gamble leads this enjoyable comedy-drama film and draws us in enough to endure the sappier scenes.
Wayne K (ru) wrote: Despite boasting an impressive cast and a handful of stand-out scenes, some funny, some touching, the movie almost entirely fails to live up to it's potential. We can enjoy the moral ambiguity of our 'hero' and the ties he has with friends and family, but with a sluggish pace, thinly-veiled artistic pretentions and no real pay-off, it just feels like a 2+ hour waste of our time. After a while I got the feeling that the film had just given up entirely on its audience and was serving only itself, and it makes for a very frustrating experience.
Ruwani A (br) wrote: amusing but not 'haha' funny. full of cliques but quite watchable.
Delee S (mx) wrote: extrememly moveing story
Zach M (jp) wrote: I have actually watched this movie a few times now and have come to enjoy it. It is a humourous action beachsploitation movie with rival gangs start to war with the Surf Nazis but do a pretty terrible job. A guy is killed off screen and they don't make a big deal over it but the guys mom gets revenge on the Surf Nazis. There is a guy who likes to use a huge hook for a hand for no real reason. Funny and over the top Troma film from the 80's, of course.
Zeb E (kr) wrote: George dies pretty fast...
Dan B (de) wrote: Head on collision between arthouse and exploitation (the director previously worked with Bergman) that results in a heady mixture of nudity, random hardcore insertions, ludicrous explosions / gun shots and one moment of gruesomely graphic violence; and yet it's all photographed with surprising style, occasional beauty and, yes, dammit, lyricism. The generous star rating is relative to others of its genre (and for its influence), but it would certainly sit well in a triple bill with Last House on the Left (more Bergman!) and I Spit on Your Grave (no Bergman).
Scott H (es) wrote: It is funny and entertaining, but although many people would debate and believe it is an actual good movie and has a message...it really doesnt.
Daniel J (de) wrote: this was a great movie!!
jen m (kr) wrote: nice symbolism in this film. well-directed.
Jess V (nl) wrote: Bit cliche but still enjoyable
Robert L (nl) wrote: A realistic but also very brutal and sad story on how will children in third world countries can get pulled into war