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johanlefourbe posted a review of Riff-Raff

A very good movie

“Nowadays, I kept watching the movies directed by Ken Loach but even though they are decent, it has been a while since he made something that really impressed me. It’s too bad because, back in the 90’s, I was quite a fan of his work, he directed his best movies and this one was definitely one of ” read more

31 minutes, 36 seconds ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Hercules

An average movie

“Honestly, I wasn't expecting much from this flick but since Nick, my step-son, was really eager to watch it, I bought this on dvd. Well, at least, it was slightly better than the really lame 'The Legend of Hercules' which was released a few months before. Indeed, it was apparently a pet project for” read more

13 hours, 25 minutes ago
Time Bomb posted a review of Chasing Yesterday

“Recurrences. Quotes. At one point he went to fashion the term - that for about 25 minutes was also pretty cool - "postmodern." The gist of the matter, that Mr. Noel Gallagher has well understood and handles with skill, is that "creativity" is not necessarily synonymous with "originality" and that to” read more

18 hours, 13 minutes ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Romance

An average movie

“Personally, maybe because I’m in fact just a little pervert, I have always been intrigued by sexuality in the movies. Indeed, it is not very often that you see this subject well handled in a movie and I always find it ridiculous that American movies have no problem to show any kind of violence but” read more

23 hours, 46 minutes ago
Rath posted a review of The 7th Victim

The Seventh Victim (1943)

“Typical product of series B, as evidenced by their short film. Despite or because of it, the film can be seen well, has excellent photography (lighting and building atmospheres), and has three or four sequences (subway, street chase, ending...) filmed with remarkable brilliance. However, you are mis” read more

1 day ago
jholbhai posted a review of Devil's Tower

Horrible Mess

“Acting is horrible. The story makes no sense. The horror is not really entertaining. Overall, please do not watch if you have something better to do.” read more

1 day, 3 hours ago

All men are brothers in the night

“I must admit that I liked very much. "Desert Spear" hasn’t done on me such a great impression as "The Painted Man," but the world created by the author is really interesting and engaging.

Humanity constantly struggling with the plague of demons, arising after dark from planet’s core. I” read more

1 day, 5 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Something Wild

An average movie

“Since I have a weak spot for Jonathan Demme's work, I was quite eager to check this movie. Eventually, it turned out to be a really wild comedy and I almost really enjoyed it. First of all, I just loved the soundtrack, it was exactly my kind of music and it was even more unexpected from a movie f” read more

1 day, 12 hours ago
rohan posted a review of Fifty Shades of Grey

“man i want this movie to be released in my country INDIA ...would like to watch dakota johnson on big screen ... regards :-” read more

1 day, 22 hours ago

A very good movie

“It has been a while since I have seen this flick and I will definitely re-watch it whenever I get the opportunity. The saddest thing about this flick is that it was Roger Avart only 2nd directing effort after a 20 long years and I hope the guy will come up some day with something new. I thought that” read more

1 day, 22 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of The Running Man

A good movie

“To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I should probably re-watch it at some point. I have noticed that this movie doesn’t really have a stellar reputation but I always had a weak spot for this flick. Indeed, I must have been 12 years old when I first watched it, I hadn” read more

2 days ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Margaret

An average movie

“Since I really enjoyed Kenneth Lonergan's debut, 'You can count on me', I was really eager to check his following directing effort and I was rather surprised that it took him more than a decade to finally come up with something new. Apparently, the movie was actually done much earlier, around 2006,” read more

2 days, 13 hours ago
Rath posted a review of The Wall

Le mur (1967)

“A perfect example of how a film shot with the greatest economy of means (few scenarios, not professional actors, minimal dialogues ...) manages to capture and arrest the attention from beginning to end. In this sense, Roullet must take into consideration the work of his countryman Bresson in "A Man ” read more

2 days, 15 hours ago
Rath posted a review of La mansión de Araucaima

La mansión de Araucaima (1986)

“Curious Colombian production. A very interesting script that looks something burdened by a rather slow pace in his boot. As the action runs, the film is proposing interpretations, new visual effects and greater narrative suggestions. Cast that borders on amateur and as predictable end inevitably fai” read more

2 days, 15 hours ago
Rath posted a review of Opera

Opera (1987)

“In "Opera", all gimmicky and even gruesome of Giallo topics are more than present. In absurd script saves a bit that Dario Argento has a way of making very effective and imaginative in their own way. With its narrative ups and downs, its loose interpretation (aaahhh! my dear Cristina Marsillach...) ” read more

2 days, 15 hours ago

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2 days, 21 hours ago
Villiana posted a review of The Road

You have to carry the fire

““People were always getting ready for tomorrow. I didn't believe in that. Tomorrow wasn't getting ready for them. It didn't even know they were there.”

What can I say about "The Road"... was a long, sad, rather monotonous, and generally I've been waiting for the moment when they will e” read more

3 days, 4 hours ago
GigaBeer posted a review of Ikiru

“Masterpiece! Ikiru can hit you on an emotional level, but real power of this movie is that it will make you think about the way you live your life, about your work and decisions. I know that I'm thinking about all that now and that I probably won't change anything and end up like Kanji Watanabe. Tha” read more

3 days, 13 hours ago

“I saw this movie today. It was kind of haunting to see Robin Williams portray this character. Knowing that in real life he ended his own life - the character in this film wanted to do the same. Granted it was attempted - but the reasons and the voice behind the character sounded so real in terms of ” read more

3 days, 14 hours ago
SMilkshake posted a review of The Blind Side

Disappointment...nonetheless a solid film.

“I was quite disappointed with this film. The cast is incredible and the story was one i felt would make for a fantastic film...I was quite dissapointed. Not only do I not understand why Sandra Bullock won best supporting actress for this role (best supporting actress, really??) but why the story was” read more

3 days, 18 hours ago

A big and epic mash-up that makes a great film.

“This film is probably my favorite superhero film I have seen. It just has everything i like best in a film: likeable characters, strong female characters, nice action, a good plot, friendship themes, cool cinematography, nice action scenes, comedy...

I also loved seeing Peggy again and the” read more

3 days, 18 hours ago
browser posted a review of Watch Dogs

My Kind Of Town

“The latest competitor to GTA's throne is Ubisoft's Watch Dogs which puts the player into the shoes of hacker and vigilante Aiden Pearce who pursues a campaign of revenge in the mean streets of Chicago. The publisher have given maximum publicity to this title which has certainly paid off in terms of” read more

3 days, 18 hours ago
filmbuilder posted a review of Psycho

Marvellous, attractive looking horror

“'Psycho' is marvellous, attractive looking horror. With this, Alfred Hitchcock brings you a film that will keep you glued to the screen by its visual style and you'll only want to look away during the murder scenes! With great plotting, visual style, direction and acting, 'Psycho' is one of the best” read more

3 days, 20 hours ago
soulistic posted a review of Maleficent


I finally got to see this movie. Now I can see what all the hype was all about. I thought the cinematography was wonderful! The story line was suspenseful, and beautifully crafted.

I wish I got the chance to watch this in the theatre (for it's 3D amazement).

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3 days, 21 hours ago
MaryDodge posted a review of Sweating Bullets

“There you have it. All 66 screenshots for every episode of Sweating Bullets. I hope you like them.

MD :)” read more

4 days, 8 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Misunderstood

“Comencini knows everything about children (I've read his statements on this films in Jean Gili's book on him). Great little scene the one in the boat where Andrea 'fonds' his lost mother in his little brother.You laugh (with the racist 'blague') and cry without being pushed to do so. Great film abou” read more

4 days, 12 hours ago

A very good movie

“Like everyone else, I was very pleased by Matthew McConaughey's come-back but who would have expected him to win an Academy award so fast following this welcome renaissance? With this in mind, I was really eager to check this flick and I wasn't disappointed. I mean, pretty much like when Ben Affleck” read more

4 days, 12 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Totò e Carolina

“In spite of a loose middle section, with Toto and situations too repeated; some very nice touches embracing thiefs, a hipocrit priest, an amoral lost girl (Ferrero is ok). Toto clowns in a well structured background. Strange touch the one of the communist team singing in the truck and helping Toto.” read more

4 days, 12 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Giovani mariti

“Bolgnini's 'I vitelloni'. Modern,tender (Giulio's love for Laura and every scene regarding Blain and Lualdi). Is obvious that Pasolini's script loves young men (Cifariello conquering Koscina in his swimming suit, has all the repressed energy of the province).” read more

4 days, 12 hours ago

“First novel of the Myron Bolitar mystery series opened up with a bang as a number 1 best seller. This one is a page turner in the true sense of the word and once started you will want to quickly know what happens. Bolivar is a sports agent who deals with intrigue in the world of high priced coddled ” read more

4 days, 12 hours ago

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