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Not that bad, still worth a shot
Bugsy Malone is a musical gangster film offering humorous gags and some truly nice songs that can really stick in your head for long while, especially the last one. It features a talented cast where all of them are children, and every one best fits to his role, especially John Cassisi and Jodie Foster.In this film, a bloodbath is made out of custard, mobsters shoot creme not bullets, and a guy gets executed with splurge, so how you can't love a movie like this?
Provoking mystery and a haunting atmosphere from its very beginning, The Hateful Eight delivers everything you would expect from a Quentin Tarantino film: action, ultra-violence, blood splattering, dark humor, and Samuel L. Jackson.
The Gallows is a dull "lost footage" horror flick that doesn't add anything new to the genre and makes you want to vomit over it's shaky footage.
Jolene is a set of accidental events wrapped all together, where the main character Jolene, always hooks up with the wrong guy. What I remember is that Jolene's first husband, Mickey, cries on their first night together, simply because he was so happy that he finally found Jolene. That is real love you've got there, but how does she repays him? By having sex with his uncle that she have only known for two days, and she seems to enjoy it without any sign of rejection or disapproval. After that, the film turns to a series of unconnected events, where each time Jolene has a new love interest but turns out to be another wrong man. Anyhow, the film does have a talented cast and features good performances, especially from Jessica Chastain who was the only reason for me watching the film.
Excellent storytelling mixed with powerful performances; no other film can match the disturbing reality in the slums of Rio De Janeiro as City of God does.
Even better than its predecessor, Mad Max 2 is a sequel that definitely takes the franchise to a whole new level of thrills and action.
Has an interesting premise but the rest is a series of uncomfortable situations the main protagonist encounters where every situation ends before it even starts, failing to provoke laughter or entertainment.
Leslie Nelson is terrific but can't compensate the lame script and the quick and careless direction.
I certainly agree with this -> "Let's be honest, the only reasons to watch this movie are Jennifer Connelly in a skintight tank top rollerskating and riding an electric pony."
Another group of talented actors in which the script doesn't benefit from their talents.
Some real popcorn entertainment.
Typical slasher film about teenagers being lost in the woods than chopped by monsters.
Judy Holliday as Billie Brown can be placed in the list of most annoying characters on screen, right next to Jar Jar Binks.
After watching "Body Heat" and "Double Indemnity", the film becomes highly predictable but Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange still manage to make it worth watching.
Gilbert Gottfried is the only funny thing in the Problem Child series.
Watching this is seeing a talented cast being shredded by a poor script.
A very smart comedy that succeeds on every level.
Gripping, suspenseful, and a visual wonder, "The Maze Runner" succeeds as a post-apocalyptic dystopian film featuring a talented cast.