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any movie of your choice at any
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and give it a value between 1 and 10.

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24.9.2016 ·

Belinda Mallette

What a heartbreaking story. So beautiful yet so hopeless. If true love brings a person to compromise his or her values in such a way, it must be torture. What an inner battle to have to fight, I have no doubt that I'd rather not. I would probably have given it a higher rating were it not for some of the acting that I found to be lacking. To me great acting is when the actor appears to not be acting. In this movie, in a number of places you can almost hear the directing in the background.

7/10ilovemovies2@ - 69 reviews
20.9.2016 - age: 50+

23.9.2016 ·

Name T.B.A.

Surprisingly boring. Big deception. Loved Inglorious Basterds, Django. I thought Tarentino was growing endlessly till this Hateful 8.

5/10kevinlennart@ - 5 reviews
18.9.2016 - age: 36-49

21.9.2016 ·

Nancy Afif

To me it's a 10. A movie directed by Clint Eastwood is always great... and this one is a Perfection! The attention to small details, the cinematography, the timing of events, and the story telling are absolutely phenomenal. Casting is on point, tom Hanks is very truthful to his character. I totally enjoyed the film from beginning to end and I know it will get nominated for the oscars.

10/10palomaarts@ - 74 reviews
16.9.2016 - age: 36-49

20.9.2016 ·

David Kruyt

While I'm not surprised at the bad word of mouth this movie is receiving, I found Blair Witch to be an effective and genuinely chilling horror flick. While the found footage genre that was made more mainstream by the original Blair Witch Project has been beaten into the ground over the past 17 years, director Adam Wingard knows how to take the medium and craft more than a few effective scares out of it. While I found the pacing of the first 30 minutes to be slow, and I found it difficult to really care about any of the characters, I was nonetheless on the edge of my seat during a good portion of the film. Blair Witch makes great use of the surround sound most theatres are equipped with, and it understands that sometimes what you don't see or understand can be all the more frightening. All in all, this is a very simple movie that will likely be forgotten in a few weeks time (or until Haloween season comes around every year), but it incorporates enough tension and suspense that I can say it deserves better than the 3.8/10 that it has received on this site so far.

6/10dajk@ - 85 reviews
18.9.2016 - age: 13-17

17.9.2016 ·

Tony Richard

A really solid movie. It doesn't matter that we think we know what happened. Tom Hanks was terrific and became Sully. This movie is about real people doing extraordinary things. A great change of pace and definitely worth seeing.

8/10trichard@ - 108 reviews
17.9.2016 - age: 50+

16.9.2016 ·

Carol Carver

Good action flick. Enjoyable enough to plan to buy a copy for our movie collection!

8/10carol.carver@ - 3 reviews
13.9.2016 - age: 50+

14.9.2016 ·

Paul Leslie

Given that I have enjoyed many years of watching and enjoying movies made by Tarantino, it hurts to rate any of his movies less than good. I went into this movie expecting a good story with some fun twists. The story wasn't bad and the twists were okay, but the story dragged on too long with little to no action and the twists almost didn't matter because I was already bored by the time the action picked up. I typically enjoy Tarantino movies regardless of length, but there is usually excellent character development, plot twists and storyline to keep me involved. I was disenchanted by this offering.

5/10mr.leslie@ - 472 reviews
13.9.2016 - age: 36-49

13.9.2016 ·

Robert Ladouceur

Great movie, love it... action from the beginning to the end. Some part are disgusting... but it is to be expected, for that type of movies. To be seen for sure.

8/10robert@ - 105 reviews
12.9.2016 - age: 50+

10.9.2016 ·


NARCOS has an incredible story to tell and great human realism. There is a full character development throughout the plot. Pablo Escobar, he is the family man, the benefactor, the leader, the idol. On the other hand he is the trafficker, (a ferocious force to be reckoned with) the law breaker and the law maker, there is no prison in the world which can hold him for long, he was born to be free. He is the hero with no scruples, he kills and assassinates at will, whoever it is, if against him they are dead, if they betray him they die, he demand absolute control and total loyalty. He is like the weather, temperamental, explosive and quiet. He is the master of the storms that plague Medellin. He is like water, like fire, like wind, ungraspable. The whole movie is a war zone between Pablo and other traffickers, the government, the police, etc. But he is also a family man, dedicated and hard to tame. He lives a life of luxury, misery and in between. He is a man on edge branding a double edged sword. His life has a beginning, a middle and an end. Live like a prince, die like a street dog with nothing but his skin. This film will capture you and take you to new highs, twists, and turns, expected and unexpected occurrences. The movie is a great ride, amusing, interesting, suspenseful, thrilling and always unexpected, unpredictable. Pablo Escobar story and life is common knowledge, there is nothing we can say that would give away the plot, because historically all the facts have been summarized, noted, dated, and published, the story is more about how the actors play the characters but Werner Moura is at the top of his game, same as the two main actors who play DEA agents. There is a female presence and the feminine has power in this story, lots of it. The landscape is that of Colombia the country of 100 Years of Solitude, the end reflects just that, solitude. It is somehow the Autumn of the Patriarch. This movie made for TV has tension and drama, the photography reflects the age of the events, the camera work is superb and relentless, there is no respite in this film. A full blown action flick.

10/10luis.lama@ - 81 reviews
8.9.2016 - age: 36-49

7.9.2016 ·

John Anderson

Excellent performances from the entire cast, especially Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender and Rachel Weisz who are responsible for carrying the story. Special mention to the children who played the part of the rescued baby as it was growing up; they almost stole the show. And finally, but certainly not least, absolutely stunning cinematography, especially the seascapes, from New Zealand and Tasmania, that supports the story beautifully.

8/10johna@ - 69 reviews
5.9.2016 - age: 50+

6.9.2016 ·

Erica Walker

This too short a piece of biographical nature, was engaging, enlightening and romantic-but most of all, it fills you with hope under any circumstance. It is a sensitive piece of art with a charming flair based on the greatest first date I have ever watched unfold on the big screen."Parker Sawyers" who plays young Barack Obama not only looked like him but his voice was so similar with all its nuances, that it was remarkable! The interesting backgrounds of Barack and Michelle, each unique in their way, was an imperative part of the film, in order to understand how the past can affect the future in all of us. I watched and listened intently to young Obama as his speeches and thought processes just drew me in. It reminded me of President Obama in our modern day setting, trying to sort out our very complex world. John Legend was one of the executive producers and as a big fan of his, I found his new song," Start" to be one of his best in terms of lyrics and musically-it was beautiful and pleaded with inspiration. It is worthy of another Grammy in my books! My only comment of a critical nature was around the film's feature length-I think the audience wanted far more and the advertising of the film could have been much better. It was only by chance that I saw this film, and I'm so glad I did because it really stayed with me, made me laugh, shed a few tears and truly provided focus with its very informative and interesting dialogue.

7/10elwalker48@ - 53 reviews
2.9.2016 - age: 50+

3.9.2016 ·

Stanko Pecek

Not bad, the story is a bit week and it's a bit over the top. Big effort is taken to make all the characters look badass but they overshoot it a bit making them look a bit silly at times. Very good acting and they did a good job covering all different characters. Good action and good special effects worth a watch on the big screen or IMAX.

7/10brezovcan@ - 107 reviews
30.8.2016 - age: 36-49

2.9.2016 ·

Jerry Siedschlag

A well cast and acted movie. Held my interest and attention about 95% of the time. I would buy tickets today for a sequel.

9/10zeker@ - 2 reviews
28.8.2016 - age: 50+

31.8.2016 ·

Perry Rose

A real surprise. War Dogs is extremely entertaining. Jonah Hill delivers an Oscar worthy performance. He has sure come a long way since his days in teenage comedies. The screenplay is brilliant at times. Lots of humour. Lots of insanity. Great lines. [[The segment where Hill and Teller journey to Jordan to deliver guns to Iraq is classic.]] Teller delivers a solid performance as the serious partner, but make no mistake about it - Jonah Hill makes War Dogs come alive. Highly recommended.

8/10prose@ - 102 reviews
24.8.2016 - age: 50+

30.8.2016 ·

Karen Corkhill

I enjoyed this film, even though I found it slow in parts. Nice performances, although as some reviewers have mentioned, a little cliched. I particularly liked Chris Pine's performance.

7/10linda@ - 103 reviews
29.8.2016 - age: 50+

27.8.2016 ·

K Hwang

A powerful, heart-breaking film. The fact that it is based on a true story makes it even more tragic. Great performances from the main actors Lou de Laâge, Agata Buzek, and Agata Kulesza, and the supporting cast. A strong Oscar contender for best foreign language film of the year.

9/10sd0006@ - 75 reviews
26.8.2016 - age: 36-49

24.8.2016 ·

Joseph-Serge NINA

This 5th BEN HUR movie is good but not a masterpiece as the 1959 one that starred Charlton Heston, and that won a record of 11 Oscars... It's quite different from the 1959 film and, despite the new technology, the filming with "moving camera" (quick shots) is quite annoying. The chariot race was the best part despite the '2-second- camera shooting'... In other words, BEN HUR 2016 is worth seeing especially by those who haven't seen the 1959 movie...

7/10sergina@ - 283 reviews
19.8.2016 - age: 50+

23.8.2016 ·

Pietro Antoni De Vita

A decent, probably true plot line with Miles Teller and Jonah Hill who has got to be the luckiest actor in the world to get to where he is as a character actor. Too much hype on this film which proved to be just a fair film. It's not particularly well written and truly lacks proper character development. I don't think an actor like Jonah Hill, as talented as he may be, can ever carry a movie completely on his own. He'll always need a side buddy or do good work in a supporting role.

5/10pad.opera@ - 4440 reviews
20.8.2016 - age: 36-49