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Johnny T (jp) wrote: Why Him? is crudely hilarious and hilariously crude, mostly because of the film's stellar cast. It's not just that this cast is experienced and talented (which they are - in spades), but they are amazingly well-suited for their roles. Of course, the script by John Hamburg and Ian Helfer give the actors plenty of jokes and funny situations to work with, while Hamburg's direction makes great use of his ensemble's chemistry and comedic talents (including allowing for and encouraging plenty of improvisation) and he keeps the film's pacing and the timing of its gags on point. In a prime example of comic alchemy, Bryan Cranston and James Franco bounce off each other splendidly in a raucous, adult-only comedy where, once again, a naughty veneer encases a film with a healthily conservative message. There were actually a lot of similarities between this and 'Meet the Parents' (also a Hamburg film), only with the roles reversed and the daughter's boyfriend being the crazy one. Quite a similar formula was followed and that makes perfect sense to me, because 'Meet the Parents' was a very enjoyable film. Franco's comic timing feels so natural, there are times when I wondered if he was adlibbing. If the film drags a little at the end, it's perhaps because the film-makers were enjoying the company of these characters as much as the audience undoubtedly will. This is modern, old-fashioned fun, and I hope Franco keeps making films such as this.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
Bruno V (us) wrote: Liked Guy Pearce in this one , i was only waiting when he was gonna get realy angry....first movie i've seen with a good Pattinson ! Enjoyeble movie for sure !
E R (fr) wrote: plot is sub par, but it's got some shock value. I mainly enjoyed it because I love every one of the actors.
Matt H (de) wrote: After the HBO series Rome, it must be really difficult to come up with a movie about Rome that can come close to the quality of the series (in story or production). This is very reminiscent of another recent movie set during the Roman Empire, The Eagle, and like that film, it is very generic and unmemorable. When you waste both Michael Fassbender and Dominic West, you know your movie has problems. There just isn't much of a story to care about, that its main problem. It has a great cast and good director, but it just doesn't go anywhere interesting.
Carlos Z (nl) wrote: I enjoyed this movie as a huge fan of Che Guevara. I agree it was a bit disjointed and confusing at times. I would have liked more focus on the 1959-67 period.
Rachel M (it) wrote: Michael Jackson is in this! lol
Yesianne R (es) wrote: This movie is very sexy. You must be 18 to see this one. Sexual content with strong moral repercussions.
Alex M (ru) wrote: its a very interesting premise and ripe for fun and jokes certainly. The chemistry between the two leads was decent i suppose if restrained and tedious...but both characters were really bad. Nicolas Cage's one dimensional bodyguard was stilted and so boring. If it weren't for some injected life from nicolas cage i think he would've been unwatchable. and shirley tried too hard to be feisty and cute as the crazy old former first lady but i didn't feel anything for her. i was just waiting for that inoperable tumor to kill her midway through the movie so poor nicolas cage could move on. She also came across more annoying than cute and snarky. A lot of the gags and setups were so one dimensional and were forgettable. sure it was funny seeing a really serious governmental position put in ridiculous and funny situations but they were so meh and unmemorable. it wasn't all that t funny beyond the occasional little chuckle and eye rolls. and the third act is so ridiculous and goofy it just breaks the entire movie.
Li B (es) wrote: I love this movie!!! Mel Gibson at his best as a sexy male chauvinist pig. Lovable yet despicable. Is it Braveheart worthy. Um no. Different genre people. It's a COMEDY. WITH HEART. Helen Hunt is likable and beautiful as Mel's boss whom can't hide her every thought. As every woman. Imagine a man who can read your thoughts. Could be good. Could be bad. Movie shows both sides. But Mel becomes a better man. Simple easy entertainment. Nothing heavy. No tears. Just fun to watch.