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FitFortDanga on 49th Parallel (1942)
An occasionally absurd bit of propaganda, but an entertaining one. The fact that this plays out as an adventure film from the perspective of the Nazis is novel, and it ends up being a pretty fun time, and fairly effective despite its ham-fistedness. The low point is without a doubt Olivier's vile attempt at a Quebecois accent. Whether he's hamming it up for comic effect or because that's just how he acts, it's an embarrassment. The highlight is MacGinnis as the one reluctant Nazi.
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tristanjosephmorgan on Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
Undeniably enjoyable romantic comedy. It's got tons of heart, and it's not afraid to show it, womanly crying and all.
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magb on Rope (1948)
There should be more theatre-like, real-time movies like Rope. It really works. The story can be hard to take seriously now and then, but it succeeded in making me feel uncomfortable. Jimmy Stewart is, as always, a delight to watch.
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whatismyname on Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (2005)
It's all about the animation, and the story won't make sense unless you played FF VI.
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KAH on Black Cat, White Cat (1998)
A warm-hearted movie that from the get-go creates its own, unique universe. Guaranteed to make you feel good.
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thaklos on Robin Hood (2010)
It's remarkable how serious everyone manges to look given how ridiculous this movie is. Scott and Crowe reach too far with a script that meanders half heartedly through far too many tropes to be taken seriously. The worst part is that Scott's technical brilliance and Crowe's glowering are being utterly wasted upon such a ridiculous script. The pinnacle of its broken pastiche is when Blanchett rides into battle during the final battle with a band of half dressed children. Who green lit that?
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elega on Outlander (2008)
This is an entertaining movie. Vikings and dragons. I recommend seeing if there's nothing good on TV or are bored. If you want to see a movie with plot, excellent performances, etc ... Please, do not see it. But if you're a sci fan, I am sure you going to love.
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emtilt on Paris, I Love You (2006)
This is very difficult to rate because the segments are very uneven. Tom Tykwer's and Alexander Payne's are by far the best.
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Stain on Henry V (1989)
I am not the audience for whom Shakespeare was writing. Nonetheless, even though I am kind of a Shakespeare idiot, this is a pretty darn watchable film, and MUCH better than Kenneth Branagh's version. A lot of little creative touches are added instead of just slavishly reproducing the play on film, and the combat scenes are exciting no matter how many sword & horse battle scenes you have seen
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