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N M (br) wrote: The plot may be too convoluted to really follow, but the performances are all entertaining, especially Jay Baruchel and Mike Wilmot and it's fun to see B city locations used in fun ways for this "international" caper movie. Lots of funny moments and no gross out scenes.
Don S (kr) wrote: Yet another entry from the '07 After Dark Horrorfest series. This one barely qualifies as horror because it has cannibals in it. It is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie with no originality, an easy to figure out storyline, and below average acting which tries to take advantage of the fact that 3 semi-well known actors agreed to take on small parts in it (Michael Madsden, Vinnie Jones and Robert Carradine). Special effects are fair only and the movie is completely forgettable.
Taylor M (ca) wrote: I dunno, wasn't this on disney channel??
Phil H (jp) wrote: This starts of looking like a great hitman flick with an ice cool looking Rourke and a possible gun totting plot brooding...but alas. Enter Joseph Gordon Levitt with a massively over the top performance as a loose cannon southern hick and trying his best to do what Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp have done before, be a cool, sexy and charismatic villain. Instead he comes across as rather embarrassing and annoying with way too much eyebrow movement. The film itself is pretty disconnected with plot holes and jumps making you wonder why and how until you later realise but then don't really care. You watch this really hoping for some cool gun play from Rourke or something, just to confirm his cool looking character but again alas....Nothing much happens until the predictable end which is helped along by the predictable Thomas Jane haha can read that guy like a book. Filler for Rourke until some big flicks get made.
Lesley N (it) wrote: Documentary about five film-watching obsessives and their lives (or lack of). Interesting, as it usually is to hear people talk about their passions, but also, as it usually is when people can only talk about one thing, slightly dull.
Andy B (br) wrote: entertaining French comic book action, a lot of similarities to Boondock Saints and a lot of Tarantino influence
Bunny R (de) wrote: Movie was twisted but Bruce is still awesome no matter what ^.^
King L (ag) wrote: I'm a big fan of Bug Bunny and Daffy Duck and I enjoyed watching this but it lacks the subtle humor of the old cartoons. The plot is simple and the humor is silly slapstick and probably dumbed down for children but it was nice to see all the old characters that I enjoyed as a kid. I preferred the Warner Brothers cartoons over those of Walt Disney. The movie was very nostalgic in that it included a lot of references to old movies. I especially liked the part when they're in the secret lab in Area 52 where they had aliens from old 1950s sci-fi, Daleks from Dr. Who and Robbie the Robot of Forbidden Planet fame. I also like the scene where Bug and Daffy are being chased by Elmer Fudd in the Louvre. The characters would run into the paintings and they would morph into the style of that painting. For example, if it was a Salvador Dali painting they would become surreal. Not a great movie but fun. It's certainly better than the one with Michael Jordan.
Michael J (fr) wrote: If you're a fan of 80s nostalgia, this movie isn't particularly what you're looking for. There are lots of 80s songs playing throughout, that's for sure. The girls have big hair and shoulder pads. The ties are skinny, and the dancing is break. Yes, the setting is definitely the 80s. But the pop culture references are fewer and further between than you might expect. The story could be set in any decade in recent memory, and with the possible exception of the heavy and open drug use and sexual content, it would be pretty much the same movie.That said, it really is a pretty fun flick, and it does evoke the John Hughes movies of the 80s. It's essentially a teen party adventure film (except all of the characters are in their 20s, so I guess it's not a teen adventure at all) and most of it happens in one night. The characters swear frequently and fluently, which unfortunately basically fits the 80s teen movie genre fairly well. They do things that would get real people in a tremendous amount of personal and legal trouble (stealing an expensive car which, paradoxically, does not seem to be on the police department's search radar, despite the fact that it was stolen from a dealership with a blaring alarm system; damaging or totaling every car parked along a city street; being caught by police with a face covered with cocaine). The aftermath of this night in the real world would be very much NOT a happy ending. Several people come very close to getting killed.Those weaknesses aside (or ignored), at its core this is a sweet enough movie about a young guy who has grown up without ever figuring out what he wants out of life, but who finally discovers what he wanted all along: the blonde. (Fortunately, by the end of the movie she wants him too.) In the process of discovering each other, he and she also realize that their lives are on the wrong track, and the movie leaves you with the assumption that they will help each other get things back headed in a positive direction.In most respects, this isn't an unforgettable movie. It does have some memorable characters, and the idea of getting into a huge hollow metal ball and rolling down a hill just to see what happens is pretty novel. But in the long run, this is the kind of movie that you vaguely recollect, but probably don't remember the title of. It's a fun way to spend an afternoon or evening, but don't expect it to change your life.