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Un comisar acuza
The Iron Guard, also known as Legion of Archangel Michael, was a Romanian nationalist and patriotic movement of extreme right; as such, after it rose to power, it supported Nazi Germany and...
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Jenny K (gb) wrote: wow this movie was so good and i know a lot of people haven't seen it because there's no one famous in it but people really should watch this film because its entertaining from beginning to end and it has a good message. Its unlike the typical bollywood films out there today and i want to commend the director, the actor, and the entire cast of this film to make it look like a real thriller movie. 9/10!
M S (mx) wrote: Great footage. Archival. Plenty of supplemental extras.
Tyler S (br) wrote: A somewhat startling thriller with decent performances, but ultimately the silly story takes a lot away from the scares and makes you shake your head. Has promise but fades as the movies nears it's conclusion.
Jamison R (ag) wrote: This film surprised me. I didn't expect to like it as much ad I did. Jason Lee and David Schwimmer work well together ad best friends who through a strange twist are vying for the same girl. Jason Lee as always steals scenes with his charisma and timing. Overall a fun rom-com.
Patrick D (au) wrote: It had slow pacing, much like the Hammer films and other horror flick from the UK, which lead me to believe that it's a thing about british cinema. Besides that it was interesting enough, and out-there enough to be enjoyed. It's quite a kooky horror tale.
Dusk D (ru) wrote: Christ I can't stand the dubbing on these Italian films. And why is everyone looking up when the threat is in front of them or on the ground?? Trash!
Paris F (ru) wrote: A must-see for Rooney's phenomenal performance of an utterly mad man who believes he's making a great film but is really holed up in an old film lot building with a young performer as a captive. Layered over the film and paralleled in the plot is the tragic story of Cyrano de Bergerac who dies unloved by his beloved Roxanne. Some good camera work; an interesting set; bumpy sound (you want to hear everything Mickey Rooney says but you can't) and a miss-the-mark performance by the female captive who failed to demonstrate that she is trying different approaches to escape: fear, acquiescence, flight, pretended love, hate, and lastly--[no, that would spoil it].
Ed A (fr) wrote: Fairly flimsy outing by 'The Duke' which, again, seems to run out of steam a little towards the end. By all accounts, it wasn't even one of his favourite; only taking it on so he could sail his new yacht across the Atlantic to Europe. Nice :o)
Dave S (ca) wrote: Falls into the vast middleground of movies that don't have particular flaws, but just fail to grab or interest me. After "Written on the Wind", seeing Dorothy Malone act rational is a let down even if she's fine in the role, and although I see why black and white fits this story better it's kind of a shame to see Sirk without his colors.
Tim M (de) wrote: "Changing Lanes" is an incredibly thought provoking ethical thriller with tremendous performances from Affleck and Jackson. Adopting a hopeful tone makes it all the more powerful.
Jenn M (ru) wrote: I didn't mind this shockingly. I liked the story but some of the graphics were pretty lame. But I was entertained and I did watch the whole thing so thats saying something