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Narae P (ag) wrote: How clich. - How boring.Didn't expect much from this, the title seemed stupid already.Bad acting, weird editing, scribbled text & drawings, the bitchy librarian that wants you to leave, predictable story - this movie has it all.
Joanna B (kr) wrote: The wolf pack is back and with no wedding or bachelor party, what could possibly go wrong? In the wake of Alan's (Zach Galifianakis) father's death, his ever 'supportive' friends Doug (Justin Bartha), Stu (Ed Helms) and Phil (Bradley Cooper) stage an 'intervention', prompting Alan to spend a short stint in a mental health facility to work through the emotions associated and his mental health issues. But even before they reach the hospital, things begin to go array. Assaulted by a masked gang, Doug is kidnapped by heavy-weight thug Marshall (John Goodman) who demands they must find miscreant Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong) and surrender him and the stolen gold bullion or else he will kill Doug. Let the angst filled shenanigans begin. Spinning the roulette wheel one last time, this official final chapter to the Hangover series promises only mild redemption from the misguided second instalment. Breaking out of Thai prison, the wolf pack returns to the scene their original crime, Sin City. Where the initial instalments success lay in its concept reliability of four guys out to celebrate, and the theory, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. As an ex-pat of the gambling capital of the world myself, this statement not only allows, but somehow drives peoples to do the craziest of things on the excuse that whatever their secret, it is safe. Part II attempted to recreate the theory in a seedier locale to avoid claims of regurgitation and failed so in Part III the misconceived scriptwriters opted for a watered down dreg of its original self with about as much success. With a mish mash of over-the-top skits that don't quite fit together and the misplaced plot being driven by minor characters; viewers are left scratching their head and pondering why for all the wrong reasons. Although the addition of Goodman was a wise choice, Galifianakis and Jeong work far too in their attempt to conjure laughter. Cooper and Helms seem somehow neglected whilst the always sidelined Bartha is literally forgotten. It is fun to see Heather Graham back, even in its minimalist capacity.The Verdict: When it comes to comedy franchises, sometimes drinking the spiked cool aide is not worth headache. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 24/05/2013
Miguel G (de) wrote: humor gets better and more sophisticated with every subsequent episode
Dimitar B (ca) wrote: Unfortunately most of the humour is understandable only in French....
Meisen W (ru) wrote: Dark comedy. Happy people are repressed people. Let it all out!!!
Jessica C (br) wrote: Some good friends let us borrow this movie and I really enjoyed it. The transformation that the main charactar goes through is awesome. It did have its sad moments though, bring a tissue. lol
Cherie K (br) wrote: It gives a basic explanation of why our troops are still in Iraq through the perspectives of three different cultural groups in Iraq, but the documentary was simply boring.
Venla (ag) wrote: Fin film om livet, kjaerlighet og mat :)
Yan Dominic C (ru) wrote: Excelent suspens et trs bon jeux de l'actrice
Jonathan D (au) wrote: This is basically an extended interview with Robert McNamara, who was defense secretary under Kennedy during the Cuban missile crisis, and under Johnson for the escalation of the Vietnam war. It's not just a talking head - Errol Morris intercuts footage of McNamara speaking with sundry images from the period, along with WWII, when McNamara was involved in air raid planning - notably along with Curtis LeMay, who directed the firebombing of Japanese cities.If these historical events interest you in the least bit, you will want to see this movie.McNamara seems to be pretty honest, and so you get an uncanny insider's view of three of America's most defining international involvements of the late 20th Century. A memorable moment is when McNamara tells of speaking with Castro, years after the Cuban missile crisis: "if you'd actually had nukes (our assumption was that they had missiles but not warheads) would you have asked Khruschev to use them against the U.S.?" Castro responds that they DID have nukes and that he DID ask Khruschev to use them... "But then you know, we'd have totally annihilated Cuba?" "Yes."
Erin M (ca) wrote: great movie about underdogs
Ben R (br) wrote: What a cast! Murder on the Orient Express was my favorite Agatha Christie film adaptation, until I saw John Guillermin's 'Death on the Nile.' The acting, the story, the twist, the suspense! Everything about this film is spectacular.Louise Bourget is one of the most hated women in England and America. When she boards a cruise boat on the Nile for her honeymoon, poor unsuspecting Louise doesn't realize that she is surrounded by people who all wish her dead. When she is found dead in her bed, shot from close-range, a classic 'Whodunnit' emerges, where Inspector Poirot (Peter Ustinov), and his little gray-cells must find the killer, or killers.The brilliance of the film can be attributed to the incredible performances by this star-studded cast. Angela Lansbury actually stole the show as the drunken erotic novelist. Bette Davis played a stuck-up diva perfectly, most likely because it was pretty much based on herself (I kid, I kid). Maggie Smith was also one of the highlights as a woman who is fed up with everything, all the time. Mia Farrow played the insane part amazingly. As a whole, this ensemble cast mesh into a breathtaking finale, with each character complimenting each other perfectly.What amazes me about these films is that they were all A-List celebrities in their own rights, yet they don't mind stepping down into a supporting role. It's something that is so rare these days. Seldom do superstars perform in a movie where they take a backseat and play a small role. You wouldn't see Angelina Jolie or Julia Roberts star in a film like this.Overall, I was riveted from start to finish. Death on the Nile is a masterpiece of the mystery genre, and should keep anyone who loves a good 'Whodunnit' extremely entertained. With an ensemble cast to die for, great music, amazing cinematography, and a brilliant story, it's one of the most underrated gems.
Mark S (de) wrote: For long sections of this film it seems people are doing nothing except for riding around on horses. Some concise editing wouldn't have gone a-miss. Gene Hackman's character could have been quite interesting if he'd been explored in a well-made film, but as it is he features in an odd, dull and unmemorable western that I wouldn't recommend to anyone and certainly wouldn't watch again.
John A (us) wrote: A lighter and more humorous touch from Ozu, though the action remains grounded in a serious familial dispute. The perspective here on aging and family dynamics is so refreshing, in large part because Ozu refuses to pass judgment on any of his main characters. Instead, the film presents each of them with dignity, allowing the viewers to appreciate their common humanity. And, oh, that poetry recitation--so well-placed and so meaningful as the characters see more clearly beyond themselves.
Bryan G (de) wrote: Completely under-rated sci-fi/comedy boasts a good cast, memorable aliens and a wonderful atmosphere.
Dale W (nl) wrote: Really expected this to be really funny with Sandler, Rogen and Jonah Hill. But there only seemed to be small bits of humour throughout. The story, at first, appears to be strong and you think your in for a sad ending to it all...But throughout the film...the story is dragged out until eventually it bores you. The main point of the film is an ameteur trying to make it into stand up comedy...again...hardly any of the actual stand up thats in the film is funny. Very Dissapointing on the humour side. Not a reccomended watch.The only thing you can appreciate from the film is three huge comedy stars together, but the let down is, there not ever actually funny together. Dissapointing.
Spencer H (es) wrote: Psycho was not as good as I thought it would be, but it's still a very good movie with a really good, and creepy twist.