Film Reviews by None

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The Terminal

Tom Hanks again! Yes and brilliant Again!!

(Edit) 26/03/2005

I suspect this is a love it or hate it Movie. I loved it! long and a bit drawn out in places, but a good all round story with some very funny bits.

What a pity this has actually happened, to some people!! trapped in an airport, no way out!

Viktor (Hanks) makes the best of a bad situation and quickly improves things for himself.

Worth watching I think.

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My Name is Joe

My Name is Joe.

(Edit) 26/03/2005

The best film I have seen for a long time. The acting was superb. The variety of characters was fantastic.It was Motivating, emotional, and incredibly funny. This is "Life" and how it really is. I will definitely be adding this film to my collection.

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50 First Dates

Drew Barrymore is Fantastic

(Edit) 26/03/2005

This is such a great film, as soon as I watched it, I had to buy it. The cast are fabulous and work so well together. Sandler is a scream, how does he keep a straight face?

A great comedy romance, well worth watching.

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The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story

Dont; waste your time!

(Edit) 26/03/2005

Confusing nonsense, with no real outcome or purpose.

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Touching the Void

A gripping true story of survival

(Edit) 17/05/2007

Touching the void is an amazing real life story of the survival of two climbers in the Peruvian Andes.

You will not view life the same again after watching this film.

The courage and will to live of Joe Simpson is immense. You will feel privileged to hear of this extraordinary mans life, humbled by his modesty and inspired by his bravery and understanding.

How Joe Simpson survived is not a miracle but a intense desire to live.

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Riff-Raff

No riff Raff here!

(Edit) 31/08/2007

A superb film, with a great set of actors all working closely together, to produce a story, true to life, funny and heartbreaking. A bit rough round the ages but I loved it, acting at it's best, not glossed up and perfect but bare and natural, some great lines and lots pf good laughs.

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