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iFatimah posted a review of The Inbetweeners 2

“if I can give this movie a rating in MINUS I will not hesitate! I am sorry but this is my honest opinion.” read more

56 minutes, 15 seconds ago
BAMF posted a review of Dragon Blade

“Initial Thought: I honestly don't know anything about this movie other than the very simplistic sounding plot. Also it has Jackie Chan so I'm in. This has to be better than The Man with the Iron Fists 2.

Characters/Acting: Well we have a pretty decent group of well known actors and famili” read more

7 hours, 34 minutes ago
Eid mar posted a review of Ex Machina

“So far this is movie of the year, nothing else comes close.

This is obviously only my opinion and based purely on what i have seen to date and what i like.

point is, its good, real good.” read more

16 hours, 22 minutes ago

An average movie

“Honestly, it is quite an obscure feature (not even 10 listal users have rated it so far) but since there were a couple of interesting actors involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Eventually, it was really weak, I'm afraid. The only interesting thing was the fact it was some kind of we” read more

19 hours ago
Butterfly posted a review of Claire Brewster

“What a jerk. She is way FREAKING worse than TTG!Robin (the "kiddie" counterpart of a superhero from the 2003 TV series). She is mean towards Lydia Deetz.” read more

20 hours, 55 minutes ago
Stehako posted a review of Albatross

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Felicity Jones and Jessica Brown-Findlay are a lovely duo who don't quite the hit the highs and lows necessary to make them a dynamic duo.

The story is lacking a bit, but the performances and characters are what keeps it worth your time.

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22 hours, 57 minutes ago
iFatimah posted a review of The Sound of Music

“People tends to overrate when it comes to old movies for many reasons, But this film is good, authentic, joyful, classic and marvelous.

We really miss this kind of films these days. And I loved it with all my heart.” read more

1 day, 2 hours ago
dannyjai posted a review of Edge of Tomorrow

“Edge of Tomorrow for me a surprisingly excellent film, a sci fi groundhog day. Unlike the comedy one, you pick up where Cage left off from the previous day, pushing the story along at a good pace. I only thing I thought was wrong was the ending, it was a little bit of a let down after all that fanta” read more

1 day, 9 hours ago

A good movie

“Like everyone else, of course, I wanted to check this massive blockbuster. Eventually, to be honest, even though it was indeed pretty good, I can’t say that it was really amazing. I mean, with the previous installment, I didn't expect much but I was really surprised that it turned out to be s” read more

1 day, 14 hours ago

“I love the soundtrack so much! The theme is very catchy and I love listening to this song! The movie is 100% amazing! I gave it a 10/10!” read more

1 day, 16 hours ago
fernando posted a review of The Desperate Hours

“In a way it has aged; in the other hand, its a pioneer of police melodrama, in a situation of laboratory, with hostages and psicocriminals. Characters seem intelligent ans sophisticated in involuntary idiot subplots, then act in a too intelligent way. Bogey and March are impecable.” read more

1 day, 16 hours ago
fernando posted a review of The Enforcer

“I forgot how good was this. Windust must've been somebody to sign instead of Walsh. How tense, tight, ahead of its time, concentrated. The crime of crime, hits and contracts pioneer film of them all. Sloanne leaving a scene of cirme with a nervous De Corsia is great. He doesn't have to explain again” read more

1 day, 16 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Battle Circus

“Bogey not too harsh and June not too silly, they're convincibly in love. Skeptical war dialogues ok; but they're too heroic in their behaviour. At least, Bogey drinks and June has a nice gag, when she believes war is over because tents are being removed, as in a circus.” read more

1 day, 16 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Sirocco

“Too americanized visit to 1925 Damasco,with cosmopolitan restaurants where women go at night.Bah. It lacks feeling of exotism. At least Marta Toren is a exotic swedish, Bogey is himself and Sloanne is always OK.” read more

1 day, 16 hours ago

“Initial Thought: I saw this had come out and so I was kind of wanting to see it. I absolutely loved the first one. It was just so much fun and had many well known actors. Here I was disappointed to learn that the only familiar returnee was RZA. He hasn't really done too well in the last two films I ” read more

1 day, 17 hours ago

Not as good as the first but still very good

“I really loved 'The Avengers', it is one of my favourite superhero films ever made (although I do prefer 'The Dark Knight' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy'). This sequel 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is not as good as the first but still very good, it's probably in line with films like 'Batman' and 'Spider” read more

1 day, 18 hours ago

A very good movie

“Back in the 80’s, Rob Reiner was one of the most successful directors at work. I mean, just check his track-record, it is quite impressive (‘This Spinal Tap’, ‘The Sure Thing’, ‘Stand by Me’, ‘When Harry Met Sally...’, ‘Misery’, ‘A Few Good Men’). But then, he made ‘North” read more

2 days, 6 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of All Good Things

An average movie

“I wasn't really sure what to expect from this flick but since I have a weak spot for Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst, I was quite eager to check it out. Eventually, to be honest, I can't believe how underwhelming the whole thing was. I mean, the story actually really had some potential (it was based ” read more

2 days, 6 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Pretty Baby

A good movie

“Louis Malle was one of the best French directors that ever lived. At some point, he had the opportunity to expand his career in the US and this movie was therefore his first American production. He definitely took some risks with this project as it was dealing with a very controversial subject, the ” read more

2 days, 18 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Ready to Wear

An average movie

“To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick but since I didn’t like it much the first time around, I highly doubt that I will give it a second chance. Basically, Robert Altman had troubles with the Hollywood studio system in the 1970s after some of his films lost money despite t” read more

3 days ago

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“This documentary is about what most of us already know, the impending doom of the newspaper industry. It goes into some interesting detail and points of view with some intriguing characters along the way.

This documentary is well made but would have been completely average if it weren't l” read more

3 days, 1 hour ago
BAMF posted a review of Fifty Shades of Grey

“Initial Thought: I really had no care in the world to see this. It was at my theater for awhile and I just could not do it. It's Twilight all over again just trying to not be copyright. The names were changed as well as the setting, but the scenario is pretty much basically the same. He is something” read more

3 days, 3 hours ago
Chilette posted a review of Ang magpakailanman

“It’s about a young man named Juan who suffers from crucifixion nightmares when asleep, endures the contempt of a fat man in an old office when awake, and is followed around by mysterious woman in a black veil. Later he searches for a book, "Ang Magpakailanman," which has the power to grant immorta” read more

3 days, 4 hours ago
Chilette posted a review of Anino

“Raymond Red received the first ever Cannes Palme D'Or award for a Filipino in 2000 Cannes Film Festival for his short film "ANINO" (Shadows) starring Ronnie Lazaro.

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3 days, 5 hours ago

“Bestselling novels are always quick cash bait for Hollywood. When they see something with a huge fan base they'll jump right in. Because they know you'll see it. Look at Comic Books. There's a huge cult following of nerds who suck on the Marvel and DC Universe teet. X-Men, Batman, The Avengers. It's” read more

3 days, 7 hours ago
Błυe Nøтe posted a review of The Burbs

“Before Tom Hanks was serious, he was funny. A lot of his earlier stuff was when he first starred in a short-lived sitcom called 'Bosom Buddies' where he played an ad executive forced to dress as a woman in order to live in an inexpensive all-female hotel. This was because his character's apartment w” read more

3 days, 12 hours ago

“Elvira, Mistress of the Dark is known as a television personality concocted by Cassandra Peterson. Elvira is known for hosting a television show in the eighties dedicated to showing bad horror and sci/fi movies. Her style was to make comments on the film she was hosting while doing brief gags in bet” read more

3 days, 12 hours ago

“Dan O' Bannon, the writer of such classics like 'Alien' & 'Dark Star', made his first directorial debut with 'The Return of the Living Dead'. A hodge podge of comedy and zombie horror. The concept was conceived in a story by co-author John Russo who was also part of another little zombie movie calle” read more

3 days, 12 hours ago

“In the late sixties, George Romero set out with a limited budget to make a monster movie that would revolutionize a genre. It would be a little film about a group of survivors of a sudden plague of flesh eating humans. The word 'Zombie' wasn't too familiar in horror movies at the time. Bela Lugosi h” read more

3 days, 12 hours ago
Błυe Nøтe posted a review of Dawn of the Dead

“It would take George Romero ten years after 'Night of the Living Dead' before he could make the 2nd chapter in his Living Dead Movies. This time it would be called 'Dawn of the Dead' and it would turn out to be a tremendously well-made horror classic. It sticks to it's roots of being an independentl” read more

3 days, 12 hours ago

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