An examination of the Battle of Gettysberg on both the personal and strategic level.
- Stars:Sam Rockwell,
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Simon H (gb) wrote: Vegas Baby really tries hard to be a truly funny comedy film, but falls flat most of the time. There are jokes placed around, but these come mostly from Lin Shaye (who shows more than needs to be seen) and the unknown Himelstein. The main comedic draw of the film, Kal Penn fails to present any funny jokes at all, that he is known for.
Mohammed A (gb) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Kyle B (jp) wrote: A very interesting movie filled with wonderful performances from Alison Lohman, Michelle Pfeiffer, Renee Zellweger, and especially Robin Wright. The movie slows down during the Patrick Fugit relationship scenes but it is a very well written movie and the performances are too great to ignore
Anna B (mx) wrote: Made me laugh, a lot. The satire is a little obvious (it's, like, we're speaking different languages, think about it, maaaaaaan), but the jokes are first-rate, and Soderbergh the actor has great comic timing and delivery.
Ethan Y (kr) wrote: Spectacularly awful, almost in an endearing sort of way.
Nathan N (de) wrote: Dead End Drive-In wasn't the Ozploitation adventure I was expecting exactly but what it was was interesting. Let me try and remember what it was now.
Russell G (mx) wrote: God awful movie, featuring make up so bad, it has to been seen to be believed. Hence the one star. Joan Crawford should of beat her agent with a wire hanger for getting her this gig.
Pavan R (jp) wrote: Well made and entertaining. A good story and well enacted, detected and edited
Adam T (br) wrote: Ian Fleming once said "Bond may go wildly beyond the probable but not beyond the possible". This appears to be the motto for Die Another Day. A movie crammed with genetically modified villains, ice palaces, and invisible cars. This is Brosnan's 'Moonraker' and at the time, I thought that it was the nadir of the Brosnan era and represented a dumbing down of the entire franchise. In hindsight though, while it is too long, not consistently credible and contains some truly embaressing, cliche-ridden dialogue (Particularly 007's poorly conceived one-liners that would even make Roger Moore cringe), it is atleast entertaining. There are nods to classic Bond films (such as the xenomorphic villain's Union Jack parachute and Halle Berry emerging from the surf ala Honey Rider in Dr No) and Brosnan manages to get some depth out of the character in what is arguebly his strongest performance as the iconic British spy. His scenes in a North Korean prison camp where he appears bearded and looking not unlike an Irish political prisoner, are memorable and show us some character vulnerability. There are many liabilities in this film, as mentioned and strangely for a movie this size and budget, some of those include the CGI effects. When Bond is surfing a tidal wave for example, it is very obvious in some frames that it is just computer animation. Still, a lot of time and effort has clearly gone into this one and it shows.