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Pooja O (au) wrote: LOVE MAHESH!!! and the story and songs were GOOD!! luved it!
MisterYoda (fr) wrote: Fuck me, Motherfuckers!!
Adam R (kr) wrote: A charming sports comedy for all ages. (First viewing - Summer 2005 in theaters)
Tim M (ag) wrote: Side note:My mom and semi-retards around the world are putting Phillip Roth's kids through college. In case you don't know, he's responsible for half of the garbage on Sci-Fi. If Dean Cain can't save a movie, then, nobody can. Dragon Fighter is basically like Jurassic Park, only....wait, it's exactly like Jurassic Park, but with a dragon! That's ridiculous. If I want a movie with a fake killer animal I'd re-watch Anacondas. Yeah, they made a sequel to the first Anaconda, and yeah, the snake pretty much flew and managed to kill Morris Chestnut...YEAH RIGHT!!! Back to Dragon NOT-Fighter(burn) This movie had more star wipes than a Ned Flanders Date video. Everything faded in and out...it was like the Incredible Hulk's comic book scenes, only somehow worse. Yes, this was worse than The Incredible Hulk movie..and Dean Cain doesn't even take his shirt off, I paid money for this?! Worst investment this side of me paying money to see Dumb & Dumberer, no amount of bathing will ever clean that off.
Eduardo C (kr) wrote: Cheesy 80s TV movie for Halloweeen. FUN
Yesenia G (nl) wrote: [b][font=Arial Black][size=5]Breakin ......is Bac!!!![/size][/font][/b]
Muffin M (it) wrote: On the day before Easter in 1911, Don Hewes (Fred Astaire) is crushed when his dancing partner (and object of affection) Nadine Hale (Ann Miller) refuses to start a new contract with him. To prove Nadine's not important to him, Don acquires innocent new protegee Hannah Brown (Judy Garland), vowing to make her a star in time for next year's Easter parade. also stars Peter Lawford, Jules Munshin, Clinton Sundberg, Jeni Le Gon, Richard Beavers and Lola Albright.directed by Charles Walters.
Colin W (br) wrote: Has what is quite possibly the best film score I've ever heard
John W (kr) wrote: Starring Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur. Cooper is excellent as the loveable bumpkin Longfellow Deeds, who inherits a fortune and is declared insane when he decides to donate his millions to charity. This marked a change in the kind of films director Frank Capra made, the first time he tried to make a social statement. He would later revisit this film's theme of individuality in a conformist society in such films as "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," "Meet John Doe," and most famously in "It's a Wonderful Life."
Helder N (it) wrote: Had a nice setting at the beginning but, at times, it felt like it was trying way too goddamn hard. The parts where Donnie tries to defy the teachers with his beliefs are really cringy. If he really is smart, why doesn't he realise that his opinion should be kept to himself at those times?Anyways, the film felt quite bland and, like said, cringy at times.I still wonder why it is recommended so often and why it even is put at par with Requiem For a Dream (a God-tier film).
Nate S (fr) wrote: This is fantastic film and has grown to be one of my all time favorites. Just towing the line of "Too scary for kids" without taking it too far. Wonderful animation and characters will keep viewers of any age entertained.
Henri N (br) wrote: its not about Pulp but people of Sheffield.
Merlin R (es) wrote: I never get star struck--but I'd probably turn into a groupie if I met Michael Pitt. Good movie...kinda boring at times but what movie isn't?