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Ken Park (2002)
Playing with emotions
23 July 2003
I saw the movie today... erm yesterday. I went to see it just because the ads in the underground (in Stockholm) had been taken down because it showed a head between two legs. Nothing more. Well... the movie.... was... odd. I think it is a good movie. It shows reality for some of us. For me it is not reality. Some scenes made me angry, some made me... ehm... and some made me laugh. there was totally silent in the cinema in some of scenes, and sometimes people laughed because they didn't know what to do when they saw a big... you know. He likes to play with peoples emotions. In Sweden you can show the movie but you cant have ads in the underground. strange.
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6/10
Miko Hughes is really good!
8 April 2003
Well... ok... the movie isn't that good. Lame story and such film... And Peter Stormare dies too soon!

But, Miko Hughes is very good. If you seen an autistic boy, you can see him in Simon. It isn't easy to play an autistic person... But he does it really well...

Bruce Willis is good to, but its too ordinary for him... he always runs around shooting people without clearance from some boss!
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8/10
To much shooting - Contains Spoilers
12 March 2003
Warning: Spoilers
Well I have just a short comment. Star Trek: Nemesis is more a Star Wars movie than a ST-movie. Too much shooting (even Data shoots), Star Trek is not about shooting space crafts for several hours. Why did they have to kill data? I (and my father) have a theory: Brent Spiner starts to look old, and an android don't grow old :-).

So, the movie was a 6/10 maybe an 7... The story? Well... I don't know.

(If someone ask: No, Nemesis isn't up here yet. I saw it on Stockholm Trekkers "Nemesis pre-look" or what it's called (forgot the word))
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10/10
I find peace in the nature.
24 February 2003
I like to be Ronja. Hmm... maybe not (I like to be a man), but I like to live where she lives. Why? Well, this movie touches me. The music, the story, the stunning nature! The big forests! If i could, I would build a house there. But i live a long way from that nature.

About the movie... The story is great. It's perfect for all ages... Of course, there are fantasy-animals, all made up by Astrid Lindgren. This is not just a family movie. It's one of the greatest Fantasys ever made (if you ask me, and I did)

10 of 10!
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Äntligen hemma (1997– )
The real "Tool Time"
23 July 2002
This is a do-it-yourself-program, that goes home to people to build or rebuild something in their home, and show the Swedish people how to do it. Since this program started, more and more tools is sold, and more building-material is sold. So the program is very inspiring.

Martin Timell, the head host, not just build and tells how to do, he also make jokes, and other things, so its a bit like the real Tool time, except that Timell isn't that as clumsy as "Tim 'The tool man' Taylor.
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Beck: Pojken i glaskulan (2002)
Season 2, Episode 7
7/10
Good movie, but why voice over?
24 June 2002
The movie is one of the better Beck-movies, but why is at least one of the actors a voice over with bad lip sync? I don´t like lip sync! Well, this movie without Persbrandt, wouldn't be a movie. Just like the old Beck-movies. A Beck without Gunvald, is not a Beck...

4 stars (would be 5 if not voice over)
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Beck: Monstret (1998)
Season 1, Episode 6
Good, but dont try to find the house for the murder...
28 October 2001
This movie is good, but i like the older movies better (the ones with Gösta Ekman as Beck.) but if you try to find the little house where the murder is committed you won't... It i said to be in the "Nackareservatet" but it isn't.

See the movie, or dont. But it is good...
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9/10
I will never forget this!
28 October 2001
I saw this movie as a child, as it is made for that. Telling about life and death, and how it is to be in a hospital. I Like the ending. I remember me crying, and i sometimes still do that when I am "re-looking" it. Oliver Loftéen is a good actor. He still is. Special effects from London!!!!
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The Innocent (1994 TV Movie)
9/10
Keegan Macintosh is really good!
18 March 2001
I think this movie is very good! OK, it's a bit too cute for me, but Keegan Macintosh is good, i almost thought that he really was autistic! The story is quite good, but, as i said, a little too cute...
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10/10
A nice fantasy which i will remember forever!
18 March 2001
I really love this movie! I saw it as a child, with Swedish voice-over. (I have also seen it in English) The story is good, and the nature looks very fantasy (where did they find it?), and all the "beeings" (or should i say "personalities?) are just perfect.

One of the best things in it is that he (Bastian) is the one they are searching for.
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