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keepitsimpleengineer on Taken (2008)
Fast moving, action filled film where L Neeson does a great job as a retired black-ops agent trying to rescue daughter abducted by white slave traders on arriving in Paris. Very competent film-making kept me on the edge of my chair (and it's a Lazy boy recliner, too). I'd say up there with the Bourne trilogy.
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KAH on An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)
All I remember is that it left a sour taste when I rewatched it a couple of years ago.
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tommiahonen on Never Let Me Go (2010)
Kind of like a dramatization of Adam Curtis' documentaries.
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Stain on Hard Eight (1996)
Intriguing, sad little story. Philip Baker Hall especially is great as one of the most impressive characters in 90s movies: he may be smarter and tougher than anybody else in the room, but he still has barely any kind of life, and he's not getting any younger
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kotka2504 on Wesele (2004)
iits not a very memorable film. good but without sparkling
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whatismyname on Street Fighter (1994)
Sure the acting was crap, but it's Street Fighter guys!
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magb on Spartacus (1960)
Some great battle scenes and a few other nice moments ("No, I am Spartacus!"), but otherwise terribly Hollywood in every way. Still, even though large parts were tedious, I wasn't entirely un-entertained even by the least interesting sections.
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boogaloo on Jurassic Park (1993)
Simply a great action picture with realistic looking dinosaurs. Did not delve too deeply into the characters to maximize the action.
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michuk on Sherlock Holmes (2009)
The actors played well, but their performances fit a different movie. Just as the film inside a film in Almodovar's "Broken Embraces", Richie's "Sherlock Holmes" seems like it's been cut by someone hostile to the director. It's a mess. And it's boring. And the dialogue is out of place most of the time (I laughed a fe times during the screening). And instead of the mystery, we focus on Holmes' fighting abilities. Only the cinematography (less) and the score (more) are up to the mark.
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thaklos on Tangled (2010)
Tangled delivers its saccharine payload in a castrated vernacular that makes the film less immersive, and therefore less satisfying. Given that this is a movie for children it was probably a conscious choice by the filmmaker, but that doesn't make it any less grating. Dialogue aside the film delivers exactly what you would expect, although the songs are somewhat disappointing, they don't need to be staggering works of genius but it would be nice if they were catchy.
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