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Duncan S (kr) wrote: Another solid entry in the Jesse Stone series, as Jesse unearths some old ghosts when he re opens a cold case
Kent P (de) wrote: This had a really great story, and good acting. I think this may have been the last performance of Peter Boyle so worth watching for that.
Joe M (es) wrote: I thought it was a fairly good movie at first, but I've seen better.
John A (au) wrote: An Enjoyable Action Comedy Which See's Harrison Ford & Josh Hartnett Get In Some Ridiculous Situations, Which Have Some Terrible, Cheesy & Somewhat Humorous Outcomes. The Film Isn't Exactly Great And The Plot Maybe A Little Thin, But It's The Performances From The Film's Main Cast, The Decent Script & Somewhat Good Direction Make This Better Than What It Should Actually Be.
Man With N (ca) wrote: Saying this movie is weird is a complete understatement. The thing is, it's actually a lot more than silly, gory zombie drivel. It actually has layers and leaves it to you to interpret these meanings. While that may be a problem in some spots, this satirical and gleefully silly zombie movie certainly transcends most of the zombie sub-genre and deserves the cult following it's gotten over the years. Maybe it leaves too much to the imagination of it's viewers, but I love it.
Alan W (de) wrote: This is a good movie
Jayden (au) wrote: this is a really good movie i like it=)
Stephen S (nl) wrote: Solid. I feel like this film is a bit overrated as far as John Hughes films go (this is like my 5th favorite of his lol). But still an 80s/teen classic.
Temmi (gb) wrote: I loved this movie. I saw it when I was about 5. It was entertaining and yet kind of sad. I loved the dog and his name so much that I named a stuffed dog after it. :P
Luka H (nl) wrote: This movie was friggin' dreadful. The lead male was a whiny pig with absolutely no redeeming qualities and who just acted like a total ass to his "love interest" the entire film, while she just kept taking the abuse over, and over, and OVER again like a spineless weakling. The "romance" in this movie seemed much more like two drug addicts trying to get their fix while continually trying to resist the temptation by breaking up and getting back together again, then breaking up, then getting back together again, ad nauseum. They were literally engaging in what Einstein defines as the definition of insanity: trying the same thing over and over again hoping for a different result, when one never came. If this is what passes for romance in our screwed up world, then I am frankly happy as hell to be single...
Brandon T (nl) wrote: Dull kids, monotonous plot.
Oku A (ru) wrote: Uh...Richard Harris and Heston in Mexico, epic/disjointed fighting French/indians/bandits. It's like "Apocolypse Now" except worse.