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Norm S (br) wrote: Rampant capitalism? In Italy? Are these people mad?
Andrej L (ru) wrote: Opens with a bang and then slows down for a while until the killers reach the kid. Who is full of surprises. Nice twist. I was entertained, which is what one of the things I want from a movie. When you're in the mood for nothing too strenuous and some mindless violence, this is worth watching. And we all have that kind of mood sometimes. Well, maybe not all, but I do.
Thomas K (it) wrote: There are so many great performances and the songs are so wonderful that it's a shame that, like all of Anders' films, it could use a good edit.
Julia C (kr) wrote: R.I.P. Spalding Gray. Nick Broomfield films tortured artists like nobody else. You know it's true. Gray's monologue + Laurie Anderson's very 1992 soundtrack is heartbreaking. I dare any serious fan of Spalding Gray's genius not to tear up a bit.
Simon S (ca) wrote: 109 minutes of Roy Scheider wondering why he's there - talk about phoning it in...
Jake A (ru) wrote: A better than average chase film about the occult. While the plot is pretty simple the acting and the action more than make up for it, just wish it didn't end so abruptly.
Jeff L (de) wrote: A Jesus Christ-like priest lives in abject poverty and renounces worldly possessions in a Mexican town in 1900. He moves from town to town following the teachings of Christ, but his good intentions lead to violence and death and others bully, assault and ridicule him for his naivete or unwillingness to compromise. Is the priest an innocent floundering in a world filled with sin, or is the world rejecting him simply becase he highlights their sins?
Michael T (ag) wrote: Colorful MGM biopic loosely based on the lives of songwriters Kalmar and Ruby; highlights include Astaire & Vera-Ellen dancing to "Thinking of You," Debbie Reynolds singing "I Wanna Be Loved By You" (voice dubbed by Helen Kane), and Arlene Dahl, strikingly lovely in Technicolor and singing "I Love You So Much."
Justin R (ag) wrote: Aside from one sequence involving a flashback being beautifully and stylishly executed, this film is a complete waste of time.
Ben R (gb) wrote: -fresh-fascinating-4stars