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The Simpsons is one of the best TV shows of all times. It is a perfect
mirror of the American culture and has many memorable moments that will
always be remembered . I don't know anybody who doesn't like this show,
it's impossible not to be a fan of it. You could watch each episode 20
times and never get tired, you will always find a new funny thing every
time you watch it
Unfotunatley the show is getting worse and worse with every new season, Maybe it's time to let "The Simpsons" die with dignity before the audience starts to hate it.
My rating: 11/10
This is a great film, one of the best non-American movie that I've
seen. It has everything that you can expect from this kind of movies,
action, suspense, and humor. You can see it 9 times and never get tired
of it, it's so well performed and directed that it's just perfect.
From the beginning to the end this picture keeps you alert, there are no boring moments, even if you don't speak Spanish the dialogues can be understood, the English subtitles are OK . I'm sure that if it was an American film it would have become a classic. If you haven't seen it yet ,do yourself a favour and rent it, you won't regret.
10 out of 10 stars.
When I went to see Meet the Fockers I was expecting to see another bad
Hollywood sequel, as Ocean's twelve, but luckily it was as good as the
original. The new characters, specially the one played by Dustin
Hofman, who did a superb job, were really hilarious and added a new
dynamic to the story. The lowest point of this film were the scenes
that involved the baby (Pam's sister son), instead of spend so much
time with him ,the writers should have developed more Owen Wilson's
character. It may not be the best comedy ever made, but Meet the
Fockers is a very good and funny movie, with excellent performances and
a good script.
My rating: 9/10
It has ended 6 years ago and we still talk about it, i think that this shows us how fantastic this series was. There are some new programmes that are good, but any of them is half as interesting as Seinfeld was. Many of its episodes are really comedy masterpieces. After watching one of them you become an addict. The characters are fantastic, the actors performed so well that you can't think of them like anything but the character they played, maybe this is the reason because they couldn't success in other shows. The writers who could do 8 seasons of a "show about nothing" doing each episode funnier than the last one deserves our respect and admiration. To sum up, Seinfeld rules