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Mi B W (us) wrote: Standard rom-com fare, but I did appreciate the bilingual aspect.
Daniel B (ca) wrote: Gute Videospielverfilmungen sind also doch mglich.
Michael B (kr) wrote: Good little indie comedy. i enjoyed it :)
Walter M (kr) wrote: What the documentary "The Tillman Story" does very well is in filling in the gaps of the life and death of Pat Tillman, a professional football player for the Arizona Cardinals, whose reading list ranged from The Book of Mormon to Noam Chomsky. Enlisting in the army six months after 9/11, he died in a friendly fire incident in Afghanistan in 2004 that is told in horrifying detail here that explains clearly why giving 19-year olds guns may not always be a good idea, even in the military where you would expect greater discipline.(I would have liked a little information on friendly fire incidents in general to get an idea as to how common they are.) With the Army initially lying over his cause of death, his parents work tirelessly to get to the bottom of the cover-up. So far, so good. However, sadly, I did not find the Army cover-up that surprising or shocking and it is here where a little historical context would have gone a long way. Start with Vietnam being a public relations disaster(not to mention more importantly a running war crime) which informed the military's future need to control every aspect of information that is dispensed, so as to create a narrative in their favor. Going back even further, pretty much to the beginning, is the need for heroes in wartime that fulfill a need for bright shining faces on recruiting posters.
Sarah (es) wrote: Such a let down. I had hoped that this movie would be good. I was looking for a nice crime drama that maybe would give me an awesome twist at the end. That unfortunately was not what I got. Though I like many of the cast members as actors (except for Rachel Nichols), within this film none of the characters really impressed me. They all seemed rather inconsistent and unmotivated. There was absolutely no "thrill" to this movie, no twist, no surprises. It was just rather straight forward. It turned into one of those movies where the crime causes political (unrelated) drama, which becomes the main focus instead of the crime itself. I didnt like that. Overall, I'm glad it was short because I couldnt have spent much longer watching this. What did this movie teach me? When the very first scene tells us who the bad guys are, you are almost certainly doomed to be a bad movie.
Brian F (us) wrote: Resident Evil: Afterlife is an action-packed thrill ride in 3D. Taking place after Resident Evil: Extinction, it picks up where that movie left off. Alice takes the fight to Umbrella and goes after Albert Wesker, the chairman and CEO of Umbrella. Wesker actually looks and acts like Wesker this time. He has his slicked back blonde hair, sun glasses, trench coat, and superhuman powers. He is played by Shawn Roberts this time, instead of Jason O Mara, who played him in the last movie. Shawn really does well in the role, and captures Wesker from the games. Milla Jovovich returns as Alice, Ali Larter returns as Claire Redfield, Spencer Locke returns as K-Mart, and Sienna Gulliory finally makes her long-awaited return as Jill Valentine. This movie only introduces 1 new character from the game, Chris Redfield, played by Wentworth Miller. You might know him from the series Prison Break. I honestly think they could have cast someone better, but Wentworth does a decent job with the role. The only new enemy the movie introduces, is The Executioner from the newest game Resident Evil 5. The previous zombies and zombie dobermans make a return, but are more "advanced" in this film. This movie mainly takes elements from the most recent game Resident Evil 5 and also Code Veronica. It was nice to see Paul W.S. Anderson return to the series as director, as I thought the first Resident Evil film was the best one. This movie would have to be tied with Apocalypse as my second favorite Resident Evil movie. I enjoyed it much better than the last movie Extinction. I also liked how Alice was stripped of her powers and finally became a normal human again. I thought if she had retained her powers, Wesker, and the undead creatures would have been no match for her. Out of all 4 movies, Afterlife has the most over-the-top action. The action scenes and special effects are great, and the 3D is amazing. It was the same Real D technology used in My Bloody Valentine 3D. The 3D alone makes this movie worth checking out. If you are not a huge Resident Evil fan, and or haven't been following the movie series, you may find this movie to be confusing and unenjoyable. However, if you are a hardcore fan of the games and have been watching all the movies, you should be satisfied with this one.
John B (kr) wrote: I think I had enough animal films with "Marley & Me."
Greg W (fr) wrote: Honest, unflinching and worthy of reappraisal.
chuba i (mx) wrote: Love aint no drug!!!
k s (de) wrote: whatever. it's still their house, it's as if the cousins have never been there before. why were they killed just like now? and how could they ever think that the geek that they brought with them would sit outside for a very long long time. duh? and the girl was awake longer than the guy, does she really have to wait for him to wake up?
Christophe C (br) wrote: MESSE NOIRE en vf. Quand un troufion opprim (C) (en mme temps quand on a la gueule de Clint Howard on peut tre qu'opprim (C)) tape le 36 15 SATAN, bah a fout la zone l' (C)cole militaire et notre h (C)ros se transforme en ange de la vengeance mi chemin entre CARRIE et LE COBAYE...Voil, voil, voil...
Walker F (ag) wrote: It's genuinely funny but not really my type of comedy
Michael U (ca) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever.