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Walking Across Egypt
8 years ago via Flixster
½

A good film about morals and doing the right thing. Excellent performance here from such an unknown actor. Very entertaining; it has good comedy and should be seen by more teenagers.

Christopher And His Kind
10 years ago via Flixster

Matt Smith showing off his diversity. A good film with brilliant characters, very fun but very serious also. I've watched it countless times.

The Crying Game
10 years ago via Flixster

A solid British film that covers a range of issues including gender, sexuality, race and terrorism. The partnership at the beginning at the movie is movie gold. There are scenes that seem purely comedic, that are very important or symbolic later on. For the most part, Fergus is a likable guy and we are following his journey in the search for the woman Jody loved. Then Dil is introduced and is a brilliant character, without giving out any spoilers. I knew the twist before I watched the movie but it didn't spoil my enjoyment at all. It's a really interesting film with an ending that is very poetic and I liked the use of the frog story! The bartender was a very lovable character and I liked how he intervened with their conversations. I did begin to hate Fergus towards the end because he became so manipulating. I'm glad Dil got revenge in a way in the bed scene. The other characters like Jude were good enough for the time they had in the film but I think it was more about the importance of the Deil/Fergus relationship than the revenge Jude and co had planned for Fergus. A good movie!

Save the Green Planet
10 years ago via Flixster

Really cool and fun, ironic little movie with great comedic timing and a wacky feel. I like how the story got more complicated towards the end with the storytelling and some great SPX. Very likable characters who weren't very stereotypical. The couple's little tiff was very sweet and I liked the woman's little storyline. She was such a different character, very native, sweet and odd. The ending was good and was worth building up to. Even though there are limited locations, the plot moves along quickly and there's never a dull moment. The other characters are a bit less exciting (detective and his assistant wannabe) but they all played their part in what was a crazy story. Oh and the Bee scene was horrible!

Wishing Stairs
10 years ago via Flixster

The concept was really interesting and think they could have done a lot more with it. The twist wasn't that unexpected and original. It was watchable but only once. As a Korea horror, it doesn't fair well against anything like 'The Host'! Decently acted and there a couple of scares but I was very disappointed.