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Carlo C (mx) wrote: Chic Flick con el plus de cntar con Tina Fey que suele entregar buenos trabajos y el twist que le pone a la historia las incanzables ganas que tiene de encontrar a su hijo la hace superar lo pasadera.
Jordon J (fr) wrote: The Numbers Station is a cheap and predictable thriller that works only because of its two leading cast members: John Cusack and Malin Akerman. I say SKIP IT!!!
Thrse F (mx) wrote: Not at all interested
Loyal D (ag) wrote: Such a horribly boring and unfunny movie that is proceeded and surpassed by much better films in the series. Make the series incomplete in my opinion.
Manny C (ag) wrote: Long before his fantastic Black Book, Paul Verhoeven touched upon WWII with this incendiary feature about the war seen through the view of several Dutch men. Whether it's this or Showgirls, Verhoeven truly is a master filmmaker.
Will M (es) wrote: One of the best of the Moral Tales. Just a great, great film. Rohmer's typical mood predominates -- strong emotions self-analyzed with a profound philosophical calm. The intellect wrangles with the passions. Chloe is very complex -- off-putting and alluring at the same time; wise and childish. I feel just terrible for her by the time the story is through.
James R (br) wrote: This movie isn't as bad as the critics hit it with. There's an actual pretty good pace throughout the film, but I would say the first half holds up much better than the second half of the film. A man named Nick Cassidy (Sam Worthington) is on the run after escaping from prison. Nick is an ex cop who was framed by David Englander (Ed Harris) a businessman who made it look like Nick stole a precious diamond years back. Nick hashes a plan to make it look like he's going to kill himself while his brother Joey (Jamie Bell) and his girlfriend Angie (Genesis Rodriguez) attempt to break into Englander's vault to prove the diamond is still there. The movie also features Elizabeth Banks as a negotiator named Lydia Mercer, Anthony Mackie as Nick's old partner and friend Mike, and Edward Burns as a fellow negotiator named Jack (who is so underused in the film might I add). The movie has some good moments in it especially before you realize what the real plan is, but it falls flat on a few too many spots. Sam Worthington's Australian accent kicks in and out and it kinda gets annoying. We have some characters that don't do much like Jack and even a reporter played by Kyra Sedwick. There just there to be there. Also the pot in the last 20 minutes gets ridiculous when you think about it. The crime itself seems very dumb that Nick is framed for and in today's society I can't imagine anyone getting away with it. Overall, a decent rent, but don't buy it!
Jens L (au) wrote: De Niro was never cooler than that...great movie
Graham M (br) wrote: It doesn't matter if it's so bad that it's good accidentally or deliberately, it's still really, REALLY bad!
Danny M (kr) wrote: Great film. I've always loved it. The only flaw is that the pacing is a bit weird and it is quite slow