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Stacy H (mx) wrote: It was a little slow to begin with and not really a horror story, but supernatural. It had a very surprising end and was well worth the see.
Leon W (ag) wrote: Dire, not sure why I watched it
Matt B (au) wrote: Nolan found away to effectively end a movie they way all great novels do with ambiguity. This film is made to watch numerous times which raised the bar on Cinema and left a blueprint for other film makers to follow as inception has so many layers to it, Nolan has created something audience members would love to see more of in different perspectives in different films because the material is really interesting. This film is also meant to stir up conversation which is rare for a film to do and common for a novel because this film purposely wants audience members to form their own opinions. This film will always be regarded as Nolan's most ambitious.
Dave J (it) wrote: Thursday, February 10, 2011 (2008) Flu Birds HORROR Because of the 'swine' or the 'bird flu', the makers of this film thought it'd be a good idea to make a horror film out this and what they brought instead are very poor convoluted storyline, cheesy special effects and some of the worst acting I had ever saw! BOMB
SB H (us) wrote: Aliens are our friends.
Brian L (es) wrote: But, damn, I love Bruce's movies!
Nathan D (ru) wrote: So shit I nearly cried.
Chad D (it) wrote: not a comedy as billed but at least it has burt reynolds.
Steve G (mx) wrote: Really interesting period piece that plays out as a straightforward sports film about an ambitious, egotistical skier. A Butc Cassidy-era Robert Redford plays the lead in this spartan film. Lots of great shots of 60s era European ski resorts.
Kevin R (gb) wrote: Drive, he saidPeter Roberts is a miserable ex stockcar driver who retired after getting married and having kids. He and his wife decided stock car driving was too dangerous and since then his wife has become the bread winner and he's become the useless dad. He works as a driver instructor in Australia. When a random driving lesson turns his lesson into a bank robbery, Peter's life turns a 180."I hired you.""You didn't hire me. You kidnapped me.""Semantics."Brian Trenchard-Smith, director of BMX Bandits, Night of the Demons 2, Leprechaun 3 & 4, The Cabin, and Absolute Deception, delivers Drive Hard. The storyline for this was dreadful and the characters didn't really match the actors. I thought the actors did below average performances despite including John Cusack, Thomas Jane, Christopher Morris, Damien Garvey, and Sam Cotton."What's there, a shortage of criminals?""Criminals can't be trusted."I grabbed this off of Netflix because it's generally pretty entertaining to watch John Cusak pictures. Unfortunately, this was a disaster. I didn't think Cusack or Jane were good fits for this film. This buddy movie was clumsy and all over the place. There were clever scenes but I wouldn't go out of my way to see this."I'm pressing charges because she's a menace to society."Grade: D