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Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America - A Final Night with George W Bush
It's time for change in America--but not without a few parting words from former President George W Bush. Here's your chance to discover the man behind the myth as HBO presents Will Ferrell...
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Lara D (nl) wrote: meh. lacking in so many ways
Mark R (br) wrote: The plot twist at the end was a little too much. Good performance from Denzel. Sort of felt like a beats by Dre commercial haha
Kylie B (br) wrote: Beyond average. Even though it whiffed of Doll Master rip-off I gave it a chance because I don't automatically think that B-movies equal rubbish. Well, though the basic idea is the same as The Doll Master the plot is very different. And still I say, so what? The doll designs are quite cool, but one or two look a bit modern for at least a 1911 manufacturer. The samurai and the broken faced doll were really quite impressive looking but the animation let them down a bit. Most of the characters were pretty 2D, though as most of them were the popular crowd I guess they could well have been made intentionally vacuous. I found the flashback/prologue pretty pointless except to give the ending some grounding. Personally I would've preferred some explanation as to how Sophia came by the dolls to have been included. The jump to a spirit explanation was a bit too rushed as well; the suggestion came almost out of the blue and all other characters accepted it without question. Of course, you'd probably be ready to believe anything if you're being attacked by dolls that move by themselves, and it does remove the usual annoying emphatic denying you get in horror films, but to me it felt a little forced. Verdict: A for effort, but even for a B movie the finished product's a bit too shaky for me.
Danny R (jp) wrote: French provocateur Gaspar Noe's controversial well-crafted drama is a highly disturbing and extremely difficult to watch. The film is told in reverse chronological order, which means the most distressing parts are early in the film. The story about a pregnant young beauty named Alex, brilliantly played by the gorgeous Monica Bellucci, who goes through a desolate underground passage and is confronted by a sadistic knife welding man who violently attacks and rapes her, this infamous scene of a ultra-realistic brutal beat-down and the monstrously grueling anal rape of the stunningly beautiful Bellucci, is one of the most shocking ever filmed, it is almost impossible to keep your eyes open during this painful scene. Her enraged boyfriend, Marcus, superbly played by Vincent Cassel, and a friend go hunting to kill the rapist, a man named Tenia, who is the one responsible for the savage rape and brutal beating of his girlfriend, they both end up in a seedy gay sex club called the Rectum, where they kill a man by beating and crushing his head to a bloody pulp with a fire extinguisher. Powerful stuff, if you can stomach it. Recommended.
Tamarian B (kr) wrote: my favorite powerpuff girl movie
Harry W (br) wrote: To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar boasts Patrick Swayze in a dress, so I couldn't miss it, even though I'm not a fan of John Leguizamo. To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar puts all its faith into hoping that its talented lead actors will carry itself through its story, but unfortunately the writers forgot that you need a story for characters to work with in order to make a good film. The story really never goes anywhere, it just goes into a small town and never comes out, relying on the acting talents of its leads and the not-so-funny script to keep things stimulating for the viewers. But the writers don't even bother to clarify the meaning behind the title or why it was written on a Julie Newmar autograph, and so its title is very strange. When writers forget to explain a film title or incorporate in sufficient storytelling or humour, a film fails as is the case with To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar.Clearly an American rehash of The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar captures much of the energy appropriate for a film but none of the spirit. It just seems like it wants to rake in the money from dressing up Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo in drag and hoping they entertain the viewers. They don't, and had the filmmakers put more effort into the story then it could have worked. But Beeban Kidron failed to realise that the role of a director is to do more than just watch people at work, but rather to direct them. That resulted in To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar being a directionless comedy that was low on laughs or sufficient humour which relied too much on the talents of its lead actors to elevate it beyond being the stupid comedy that it was. If not for its lead actors, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar would have nothing to boast aside from a ridiculous title.Luckily, Patrick Swayze is at some of his funniest in To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia Newmar due to his natural charisma and charm which he uses to capture the spirit of a drag queen perfectly.Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo manage to do the same, but still, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julia is a failure of a comedy with a good cast and nothing else.
Briana V (mx) wrote: the song in this movie at the end makes me happy :)
Ira S (jp) wrote: Every aspect - story, acting, photography, music, lyrics, choreography-perfect. For over 20 years I've been saying that one can understand human history by watching just two films-Conan the Barbarian and Fiddler on the Roof. The film version of Fiddler, like the stage play, has the guts to end on both sad and optimistic notes.
David S (de) wrote: best review not by me: The best movie in terms of performance...I have cried when i saw it for the 5th time....
Eugenia S (es) wrote: My favorite character was Irene, the wife.
Tim M (jp) wrote: What a waste of an evening. As a fan of Philip Seymour Hoffman, I thought this might be one of those sleeper films I would enjoy. What I found was 90-someodd minutes of poor directing, dreadful stunts (the fight scenes were just pitiful - I did better work on summer vacation as a 14-year-old with a VHS recorder), and uninteresting characters. PSH was good but not great, and certainly not enough to redeem this turkey of a movie.
F B (mx) wrote: Really enjoyable film.
Sy T (br) wrote: Really Enjoyable film and well worth a watch
Asher S (jp) wrote: Truly inspiring. A great movie!
Jos Carlos (br) wrote: While it explores no new themes, the efficient "Kung Fu Panda" benefits from an outstanding animation, magnificent voice-actings, tons of likeable characters, and one entertaining, funny and inspirational story that's also full of well-documented details about martial arts.
Kevin P (jp) wrote: Urge is geen goeie film, het is misschien niet eens een echte film, maar een grote grap gemaakt door een groepje stoners die toevallig een budget kregen en daar werkelijks niks mee deden.