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Muhammed S (kr) wrote: Horrible mockery of the cenobite legacy. Gave it a star just because it was a new installment.
Sherry R (gb) wrote: This was an intense movie. The only problem was I figured it out early. I figured they wanted us to think one way so it would be the other, and sure enough it was.
Ryan A (ca) wrote: What I got to say about "Vampires Suck" is that it's one of the worst movie I have ever seen. "It's incredibly stupid, really dull, stressful and not funny at all." The performances by the whole cast is horrendous. The directing and screenplay by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer is terrible to the low degree. The cinematography is not the best. Finally, the score doesn't work at all. "I have to report that "Vampires Suck" is garbage that is full of hatred and contempt. It's not a good movie at all... I hate it!"
Raji K (kr) wrote: Ben Stiller is in desperate need of work in Night at the Museum. He finds the only job he can obtain is to be the night watchman at the local museum. He soon finds that the job is more than he bargained for as all the creatures from the museum come to life at night. He finds himself wrestling with the T-Rex, Teddy Roosevelt and Sacajawea to name a few. Night at the Museum has a family fun presence to it, but is only like to please the members in the 6-10 range as unfortunately Wilson, Stiller and Williams do not make entertaining enough for adults.
Tim S (br) wrote: I've waited a long time to sit down and write down my thoughts about Batman Begins, and having recently revisited it, I think it's time to do that. Batman Begins, as one would expect from Christopher Nolan, is a very solid movie. It has some great performances, stunts, story and it all makes narrative sense. It's a well-made movie that deserves its fans for not just being a good Batman movie, but a good film. I totally believe that. But, being the nitpicker that I am, I can't ignore certain things that stand out to me. One, Katie Holmes. I find her pretty annoying. That's really a personal preference, but whatever. Two, the second half of the movie. After the origins part of the movie is over, the movie has to go on with some sort of plot. It's sort of set up in the first half, but not really. The second half is actually the weaker of the two halves, narratively. It's enjoyable, but we've seen this sort of thing before, which goes against what we haven't seen before in the first half. And finally, three. This is what I like to call Smokey and the Bandit/Will Smith quipping dialogue and reactions. Ok, that's a big description, but here's the point. This movie, and The Dark Knight as well, have those sort of cliche'd moments where somebody says "That's not good" when something bad happens. Specifically, the chase after the Tumbler scene when Rachel is poisoned is what I'm referring to. The dialogue in that area is not very good, and it stands out to me big time. It doesn't ruin the movie for me, but it does take me out of it a little bit. Overall, it's a fantastic beginning for a new and downbeat series of movies that turned a franchise around and did something better with it for once.
Rebekah L (fr) wrote: Quite possibly one of the best-worst movies I've ever seen. Ever.
Ice R (it) wrote: Sexual harrowing tale that leaves you speechless....
Lori (au) wrote: There are times when the filming could've been a bit better, but on the whole I found that the script had more interesting jokes than most movies I've seen lately.
Robert G (de) wrote: One heck of a weird flick, It is just not my cup of tea and of course I just could not get into it. So don't take my thoughts on this movie to seriously.
Mackenie S (br) wrote: Want to see it just because of Olivia de Havilland.
Spookie M (us) wrote: Bang Bang shoot em up talkin bout crime!
Sally Z (ca) wrote: Well, I love the band named after this movie, so I should probably see it at some point.
Yves L (es) wrote: an excellent movie !
Allan C (mx) wrote: I was a bit confused when I started watching this film because I thought it was a western vehicle for Glenn Ford and Ida Lupino, but when neither of them show up for the first 20 minutes of the film, I started wondering if I'd recorded the right film. It was the right film, but the story unfolds in an unnecessary wrap around story about the grandson of Ford searching for his grandfather's lost gold mine. The story of prospector Ford and his greedy wife Lupino is an entertaining western melodrama, but the wraparound story just seemed like filler and bogged the film down.
JohnnyLee T (ru) wrote: Stands or falls by Welles' performance. It stands. Perfect casting all round.
Darien S (nl) wrote: It is a decently made film that pits Jesse Eisenberg's character between two worlds: the Hasidic Jews and the mafia. Jesse Eisenberg is superb, in probably his second best role (behind, of course, The Social Network). The storytelling isn't anything of a revelation but its thematic structure is perfectly constructed. The visual metaphors representing Sam Gold's isolation from both cultures he is apart of. Also, his gradual downfall and assimilation in to the ecstasy smuggler trade as indicated by he slowly sheds all signs of his old life. This film is also pretty funny in a few parts. Justin Bartha, who portrays Yosef, turns in a surprisingly dark dramatic role, when all I know him is from The Hangover, National Treasure, and some shitty movie that had Matthew McConnaIamnotevengoingtotryspellinghisname in it.