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Reviewer:
RichBandit
Reviews:
0
Votes:
22 (59% helpful)

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  1.  Magic Matt

    Posted: 

    Oh this is good. I love Bourne - it's action packed with great stunts, a great story and fantastic fight scenes. Matt Damon is brilliant!

  2.  Brilliant Bourne

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    As good as the first. Matt Damon is class. These are my favourite action movies.

  3.  Foster is Fantastic

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    The most disturbing scene I have ever seen. Foster was fantastic and so deserved the Oscar for this powerhouse of a film.

  4.  Maverick a must

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    Very funny, a superb cast and a classic cameo. I loved this film and would definately recommend you purchase it!

  5.  Woo a film!

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    John Woo once again delivers a truly wicked action motion picture. Slater is good but Travolta is class personified. This man really can hold a cigarette. Wow - what a rush!

  6.  Nice move...

    Posted: 

    Travolta - the king of cool in his early years. We all know the moves, now let's go strut!

  7.  Woo a classic

    Posted: 

    This is classic. John Woo directs a fab movie. Travolta, as ever, is the king of cool.

  8.  It's greased lightning!

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    Let's face it, we've all pretended to be Danny or Sandy at some point. We all know the words....

    It's a gem!

  9.  Travolta is so cool!

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    Travolta is the master of cool He even outshines the fantastic Willis. This is a real masterpiece and one of the best 90's movies there is.

  10.  I'll have what she's having

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    We all know the famous Meg Ryan restaurant scene. What most people never mention is the Billy Crystal line where he says that no man can be friends with a woman without the sex getting in the way. I watched this when I was 16 years old and that line has stuck with me ever since!

    I do tend to agree with him as well!

    Funny, witty, humourous - a fantastic look at relationships and what ultimately makes then work.

    This is in my Top 5 80's movies. A real must.