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"Alan Rickman S and S" by MPMG
[Art of Sense and Sensibility (1995)]


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magb on Mission: Impossible (1996)
The best part is the music. DUH duh duuuuuuuh. DUH duh duuuuuuuh. DUH duh duuuuuuuh. DUH DUH. And the film is decently entertaining I guess.
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turin on Ondine (2009)
The trailer promises a fairy tale for grown-ups, a story at least partly fantastic. The film doesn't match this promise, being more mundane than I cared for, and not fully exploiting the ideas it introduces. Bachleda's accent is annoying, and the only consolation are good pictures (often including her in underwear), and Alison Barry as the fisherman's daughter.
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Stain on Alien (1979)
Not bad but I fail to see the big deal
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thaklos on Gran Torino (2008)
Koreans rule!
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FitFortDanga on Brute Force (1947)
Pretty good prison genre flick, done with a lot of Dassin's noir style but falters in a few areas. Despite a delightfully evil performance by Hume Cronyn as the sadistic chief guard, the character is rather over-the-top. Also the prisoners are such a nice bunch of guys, one would think that nobody deserves to be incarcerated. The flashbacks to their romantic lives on the outside were really hokey. Overall, however, not a bad movie at all, and easily watchable.
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ManyaKonkova on The Truman Show (1998)
very intresting idea
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whatismyname on Doom (2005)
Terribly executed, action scenes weren't even special. I'm glad they added the scene with the gun in the first person view, that alone ismost of my rating.
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rrees on The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)
Although the basic plot has been ventured many times the whip sharp writing and excellent performances from Tim Robbins and particularly the rapid-fire Jennifer Jason Leigh mean this film ends up being an exemplar of the genre. Something you can genuinely watch time and again.
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Spunkie on Live Free or Die Hard (2007)
Even with lowest of scum expectations and proof shuting logic engine last half hour was unbearable. The rest and one-on-ones was ok when first sentence applied.
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michuk on Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 (2000)
Why did you do this to me John Travolta? Why did you allow this adaptation to happen? And how on *earth* did you convince Forest Whitaker to take part in it? I would understand if Uwe Boll directed it. But Roger *Christian*? How does that relate to The Church of Scientology?? Battlefield Earth is a The Room of the science-fiction world. Only more boring and completely unfunny. I'd rather die than watch this film ever again.
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