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Tatsuhito K (es) wrote: It's brisk, colorful, and technically impressive (the combination of the motion-capture performances and 3-D animation is pretty incredible and seamlessly done.) I see "The Adventures of Tintin" as Spielberg catching up with what Robert Zemeckis has done with "The Polar Express", "Beowulf" and "A Christmas Carol". I can see why many people drew comparisons with "Raiders of the Lost Ark", but frankly, this is no way near as exciting or fun as that film. I found some of the characters annoying and insufferable, and the story felt really baggy. It's still perfectly watchable and the set-pieces are a lot of fun, but considering that this is a Spielberg film, it comes out as a slight disappointment. It's fun but utterly forgettable.
Kat G (mx) wrote: Still not sure which girl he should have been with...the first one surely loved him more to make herself a widow after his death, but the second one would have had a hard time finding another man who would love her for herself and not her family's money. But he didn't really deserve the first girl, because in the beginning he called her a burden to him. Still, a good movie.
Adrian Z (gb) wrote: Laudable premise: humans find a cure for zombies, but it requires of daily treatment, and the drugs are running out. In the midst of this, a nurse (Hampshire) tries to keep her husband human. Director Manuel Carballo's intentions of making an intelligent zombie flick is let down by clunky writing, average to below average acting, and a lack of atmosphere, suspense, and effective horror. Most of all, his attempt to create a world of intolerance and paranoia (shades of the AIDs virus panic of the 80s), falls flat due to poorly contrived background media clips and a small production scope that cannot capture the commotion society is supposedly going through - an over ambitious, but well intentioned failure.
Matthew C (ca) wrote: ive never liked matt dillon. i still don't, but this went a ways toward reparation. kept you guessing, but it was pretty slow.
Grant S (fr) wrote: Valentine's Day is coming around and the young people of the small mining town of Valentine's BLuffs are organising a party. A few decades earlier an explosion at the mine trapped six miners underground. One, Harry Warden, survived, though in a deranged state. Warden is sent to a mental hospital but escapes and murders those he deems responsible for the mine accident. Now people are being brutally murdered again, and the townsfolk suspect that it is the work of Harry Warden.Better than your average slasher-horror, not that this says much. Reasonable set up, and a decent amount of intrigue. Does fall back on many horror cliches, and the performances are so-so. Plot is ultimately fairly formulaic, but has its moments.
Bill L (jp) wrote: It takes some liberties, that is for sure! They claim Bruce Lee's grandfather was a Samurai, Samurais were Japanese and not Chinese! And one of Bruce's grandfathers was German as his mom was half German.
Luc L (ag) wrote: A funny and entertaining comedy.
Ebony S (nl) wrote: Watched the one edited for daytime viewing... Utterly predictable storyline!! But good for a Sunday afternoon after lunch chilling with family!!!
bilal a (us) wrote: this movie is a nice thriller.bruce willis is good and also sarah parker.the story is about a cop tom hardy who comes from a police family fights against his uncle after the murder of his father because he thinks that a cop killed his father.
Joanna M (jp) wrote: Funny, charming. I have it on good authority that Cate Blanchett studied up on the Oregon accent for this. The music is also wonderful.
Luis A H (br) wrote: If you dig gore, you might like this movie. If you don't dig gore, you will hate this movie... that's all.