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Marina A (ca) wrote: I generally love Kendrick and the performances here are quite good but Happy Christmas just isn't that interesting. That said, I do love Melanie Lynskey (who is really great here as well) and the relationship she and Kendrick develop.
Abdulmalik A (au) wrote: The film is cocktail of comedy and heist with a large shot of social realism. Beautiful and sweet.
Brandon S (mx) wrote: David Michod has crafted something truly special. The tension never stops, and you don't want it to.
jade g (gb) wrote: its ok but not as gud as the urban legend one
Tom D (ag) wrote: 2000? Are you serious? This looks more like 1981 lol Yes possibley the worst movie I'ev ever seen. Which is why is was great! lol
Brett D (jp) wrote: This is by the director of Farewell My Concubine???
Bill B (es) wrote: Great overview of Lynch's career up to the late '90s, very engrossing from beginning to end for those of us who find the man's crazy oeuvre worth pursuing.I particularly enjoyed the look into his artwork, absolutely none of which I would ever want in my house, because the man may be slightly crazy. That said, it's still fascinating to watch him work.Recommended.
Jeff B (mx) wrote: Of all the Apes flims, this one is only exceeded by the original and Dawn. The main reason this works so well is the relationship the apes from the future have with the humans of the present. There are humorous and engaging moments as both human and ape find commonality. However, as you know, that's got to come to an end at some point. A whole lot of death and destruction could certainly be avoided if human- and apekind were just a little more kind. Ah, but where would all that dystopia go? But again, as we find in all the Apes movies, it's not really humans or apes that are the problem, but rather a natural tendency to fear and thus preservation via the elimination of the "other." The message time and again is that all sentient beings must find respect for all. It is here where we need to be. We see that message in Cornelius and Zira, Caesar and Mr. McDonald. But ultimately it is the power of fear that has the last say, as it does here in Escape. An enjoyable film, even one lacking the sophistication and artistry brought about by 21st century film technology.
Dathathreya K (br) wrote: Not a good movie... Complete wastage of my Friday night.
EQ R (kr) wrote: In Jason Statham's first leap into the role of an action leading man, he displays just how badass he is. But with that also comes over the top unbelievable action set pieces, plot holes and cliches galore, annoying side characters with bad dialogue and very odd and out of place music choices. The action sets, although ridiculous are at times awesome, especially when Statham displays his ass kicking ability. This movie is a mix between a bumpy and great start for Statham's future career roles as a leading man. While at times problematic, I can't deny its pretty damn entertaining. C
Larry J (ag) wrote: Pretty standard fare for this type of story line. I'm glad that I've seen it but wouldn't recommend to the non gay friendly crowd.
Emily A (kr) wrote: Eh, super cheesy but honestly it was enjoyable enough. Fell apart after the twist. Like a high budget goosebumps episode.