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Pam R (ag) wrote: I'll always love Matt Damon, but I admit that I was a little disappointed with this film within the series. He does a great job but the storyline was so splotchy. Still a good watch.
Shane D (nl) wrote: Brutal. Hard to watch at times. Also hugely depressing. Not quite sure what to think of it. Love Heidecker and Wareheim so was intrigued by this change of pace.
Shawn S (au) wrote: The blaxsploitation parody/homage elements are great and the story and cast are pretty good too.
erin o (it) wrote: this was funny, sad, and gave us all a look at the possibilities of aging, our parents and our own, BRAVO! MR ALDA!!!!
Timothy D (gb) wrote: Well, you got to know that this movie is about a baby character. He is a poo from a Dog. I laughed so hard when I first heard about this movie. Then I watched it. Now I own it. This movie is certainly designed for a very young audience. Still, the story is so enduring and tender, it just makes your heart melt.
Alex A (au) wrote: Super Size me is a popular documentary basically showcasing the long term negative effects of consuming fast food on a regular basis, in this case McDonald's. Statistics, interviews and more make this a fairly run of the mill documentary, but Morgans narration, smooth pace and the good intention of Super Size me make for an enjoyable and educational watch. If your into documentaries in general, especially ones dealing with and detailing modern world problems, this one's definitely worth a look.
Lee M (de) wrote: Tries very hard to satirize moral corruption and succeeds only in being a numbingly eccentric melodrama about lawlessness and disorder.
Nina S (ca) wrote: What a movie. Very graphic. Touchy and dramatic. loved it.
Paul C (ag) wrote: Highly comedic for the subject matter, but, personally, Jack Lemmon's zanier in The Great Race.
Rob L (it) wrote: Not too bad of an early western, but still has that 20's movie feel that turns me off.
S C (it) wrote: On the fence with this one...the kind of movie critics will drool over, but will lack mass appeal. I'd only recommend this to people who read books like The Hours in their free time.
Pedro M (kr) wrote: + good core concept, good acting from Al Pacino, "confessing video" idea- inconsistent script, bad editting, weird character fluctuations, weird pacing and changes between some dramatic scenes and some comic situations
Brandon V (us) wrote: Fuck you, Mr. Peabody. I'll show her whatever the fuck I want. I probably won't even get that reference a year after I write this.
Brent T (br) wrote: Completely what one would expect from a rom-com. We laughed and enjoyed this. Annable and McPhee had great chemistry, and who knew Katherine could act? (No I've never watched Smash). Who is Taylor Hicks? Wrong person won. And aside from Adam Sandler movies, hardly ever see Rob Sneider who is as zany as ever in this. Would give more stars, but obviously this isn't serious film making. Just a fun escape.