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    Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe by Maria Schrader. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and found Josef Hader, who portrays Zweig in the film, to be really charming (and convincing).
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    Still love this.
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    Very powerful and well done.

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    I love this movie, both Grant and Roberts are fabulous actors in this movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triplets View Post
    The Big Sick is a great film. Simultaneously funny and poignant
    I enjoyed all of it - some charming and amusing moments - except (and as she's never going to read this, I can say it out loud) that the young actress who got sick was acting about ten times too hard and that she has serious vocal problems. I wanted her to die.

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    Watched it on Belgium T.V.
    Very entertaining.
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    If one can accept the psychic aspects, this is a pretty good movie.

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    Nice try,
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    A good idea that gets rather preposterous at times. Better execution of ideas would help.

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    I love cartoon movies......
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    Cook Up a Storm a Chinese films about two cooks one specialized in Chinese cooking the other specialized in Western cooking:



    Really good and entertaining film.

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    Diary of a Wimpy Kid - with grandchildren of course!

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    Alvin Purple
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    Glenda Jackson/ Richard Chamberlain: The Music lovers.
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