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A Room with a View (1985)
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Summary: When Lucy Honeychurch and chaperone Charlotte Bartlett find themselves in Florence with rooms without views, fellow guests Mr Emerson and son George step in to remedy the situation. Meeting the Emersons could change Lucy's life forever but, once back in England, how will her experiences in Tuscany affect her marriage plans? (imdb)
Genre: Romance
Country: UK
Directed By: James Ivory
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na Thegoodboy
72
T8
na kubodegelo
80
T7
na keskin
63
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na Miss Random
75
T8
na by Devol
56
T2
na Darbicus
70
T7
na daveylow
95
T10
na ATLANTIS1
0
T6
na pjdevitt
83
T6
na JooJoo
6
T6
na mrwinkleman
75
T7
na Vergere
87
T9
na lilac
84
T6
na avdibeg
92
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na Fetsch
77
T9
na Greg K
67
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na carpuzz
55
T3
na porcepic
90
T9
na andymalafaya
65
T8
na screentime
86
T10
na paulofilmo
74
T9
Witty, self-effacing, and completely indulgent, then shifts to truth.
na PJH
77
T6
na Flatlands
78
T7
na Serigala
65
T6
na Luna6ix
42
T1
is it just e. m. forster who finds such trivial crap to be good drama, or is it british literature in general, because whoever it is deserves a punch in the face. i just answered my own question, d. h. lawrence did the same stuff. so a punch in the face to both of their corpses.
na sandri
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na gert
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na jschoj
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na mlpgaffney
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na Hypatia
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na BadmintonRed
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20
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na epram33
75
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na pzingg
83
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na KINGOFLIMBS
86
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na Motorific
60
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na fradine
50
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na bore
90
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na idyll
90
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na djross
75
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na vsls
70
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na sollochs
100
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na Ariaz
79
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na Elliott?
90
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na Gemma68
93
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na Zabby91
1
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na Koru
50
T1
na filmcricket
82
T10
na Kristin
85
T10
na jeanfr
84
T4
na chemical404
60
T6
I am not a big fan of costume dramas. But I found this film by James Ivory more than tolerable. It's very playful and fun, as a contrast to the stiff upper lips it portrays. Bonham Carter makes a pleasant to watch debut. She looks really nice in those dresses. Real star of the film is almost unrecognizable Daniel Day-Lewis. He creates character of immensely enjoyable and charismatic geeky snob. Movie is shot very lightly, and there are lots of scenes that show the beauty of the old Europe.
na Yugesh
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T5
na Marte Olsen
70
T4
na closer_
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na bkam
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na Theodora
83
T8
na dkratzm
75
T1
na Ciro
98
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na Stain
40
T3
Makes its point in the first quarter of an hour, then belabors it for the rest of the movie
na Liverpool76
87
T8
na kerolayn
65
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na zsanford44
85
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na gnep
30
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na sengir
78
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80
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na Vampirella
50
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na Bunken
75
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na CritickerAvg
66
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92
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76
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5
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na BaalMan
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na FlixR8r
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na jlh
68
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na VegA
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na C�le
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na Margaux
84
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na jmnfisher
90
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na nefitty
75
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na Batmite
70
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na Llanirev
70
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na quirkyjunky
73
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na dj001k
50
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na Dr. C
90
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na katsuben
3
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na paulduncan
80
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na lotr-sam0711
90
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na mfeldman9
71
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na winbran
74
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na cosmovitelli
45
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na Denise
35
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na Sheldrake
60
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na Al Chambers
80
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na akjn
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na TnS
60
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na korbenPL
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na woofat
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na dagda2
85
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na zurnzurn
70
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na yk_nomisugi
76
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na Ludium
81
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na IMDb-byvotes
75
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na nrm4
63
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na kirsty22
70
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na JangoB
84
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na joachimt
80
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na jorge
70
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na zhenya
75
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na vale
55
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na Mike DAngelo
72
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na nils
50
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na Marty
40
T3
na ratedec10
96
T10
na borgeest
70
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A pretty but rather tedious adaptation, fatally undermined by poor casting of its principals. Saved somewhat by an early iteration of Maggie Smith playing the single delightful charicature she was to make her own, and Rupert Graves' fringe.
na jyt84
65
T5
na ilona
78
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na AJ_Raffles
74
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na gwynplaine
100
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na demirtas
1
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na Filipe
70
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na msalmonse
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na Melia
96
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na donquixotic
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na LouisMazzini
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na tyoda
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na travelin_man
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na Marinaki
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na JerryJ
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na dpanov
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na KTP
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na monoglot
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na cblur21
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na pengwin26
85
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na kersatz
90
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na ZujGag
1
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na caffe
64
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na filmnerd
73
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na charliedaly
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na saud
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na akimo
83
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na shivayy
69
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na glm01
87
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87.000
na RavynLoony
77
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na Calexico
8
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Quaint. I really liked young Helena Bonham Carter in this. I ended up sympathizing most with Cecil though...
na greenhil
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na hsula23
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na cussot
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80
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94
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na goran
71
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80
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99
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25
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na FutureCritic
55
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90
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na Woody92
99
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na onetwothree
40
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na oguzhaners
78
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na Warren
73
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na cactusman
92
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na kistimo
77
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na sehnaz
80
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na dbentien
80
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na garbo
40
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na Kazzia
68
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na bprosser10
6
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na Limdebois
70
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na SickForay
82
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na dialectical1
93
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na mallamp
80
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na moses
60
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na Hamido
55
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na PeaceAnarchy
78
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Bonham Carter's character is the main thing lifting the story above your standard Victorian romantic drama but the story and setting are so well worn and predictable that it's hard to really get excited.
na richard_1979
60
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na drealeed
70
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na leeloo
70
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na bridggedale
85
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na dcatcher
76
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na tinlizzy3k
85
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na postmodifier
75
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na svenvrossen
65
T4
na empiremag
5
T10
"Stunning cast and scenery cannot fill the hole where the heart of this film should be. A satire with an unnaturally soft centre."
na bamss5
65
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na marcoporno
77
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na Tjekhov
30
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na Adobe Slats
84
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na kripteks
90
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na krf7
82
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na redford
65
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na lnj909
75
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na aapap
80
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na Atticus987
70
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na creck
75
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na maksler
2
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na mrs_zelda
90
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na codpiece
80
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na Plaza
5
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na Ariana23
80
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na janey
95
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na Elekoise
69
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na penguin
80
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na AndyDan
60
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na rorqualmaru
88
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na TheMarc4
59
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na niksworth
70
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na erosinbe
100
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na Critic2010
93
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na kirbyk
40
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na Tds4a
76
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na babubster
75
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na lidi
83
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na Jarmann
76
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na ffiamma
60
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na Ayizan
90
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na whittaker18
72
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na Mirabell
40
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na llessur
51
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na IndyFilmFest
95
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na aurora
42
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na nikiforos
72
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na y3n0
87
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na doctorbu
82
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na Icarus
82
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Day-Lewis and Maggie Smith are simply delightful here, most notably for their subtle comedic turns. These performances could veer off into mockery, but instead the fine actors imbue them with humanity. The romantic story at the film's center is overdone and not as compelling, but the writing is consistently clever, the scenery delightful to look at. It all makes for an enjoyable turn every now and then.
na kerridwen
70
T5
na TJ Ximenez
79
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na Scottathon
71
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na beat
70
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na sjostrand
65
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na Kvist
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na knedlik
83
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na lynchian
65
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na soliloquist
74
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na rudeboy
76
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na Cuculiza
80
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Yes, we've all seen all these themes before, but Ivory narrates the film in such a delightful way you just can't help but enjoy it.
na strangelime
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T7
na crackerjack
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na redmdb
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na Diggler
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na Deadmarsh
60
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na plantedtrees
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na lena_c
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