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Dov D (gb) wrote: Before watching this movie, I read a few reviews and was somewhat overwhelmed by how many people called this a Grave Encounters rip-off. First of all, I was surprised that many people have seen Grave Encounters (a movie I thought was one of the better films of this genre), and secondly, I didn't think it would be THAT similar... I was wrong. Aside from the main character surviving the ordeal in a failed attempt to expand the depth of the plot, this was a horribly made, horribly acted remake with significantly less creativity and significantly worse effects. Bottom line, not even the hardest of core horror fans will like this movie. Don't bother.
Nate T (au) wrote: Only Fairyland is disappointing the rest of it is in great shape. Watch the extended cut though.
Shane J (us) wrote: just awful British/Australian film wants to be the hangover mixed with wedding crashers and fails on all angles. the cast are pretty dreadful even if there is talent there hidden. disappointing as u thought the trailer actually look ok
David D (ru) wrote: These all deserved being universally panned
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Claudio D (br) wrote: Um filme me agradvel com uma boa atuao do Ewan McGregor, e a Renes uma fofa!
Steven J (fr) wrote: This is a good 'clean' murder/mystery/scary movie that really brings about a interesting thoughts about morality and murder. Still, to me this movie dragged on a bit too much in parts. Despite that it is interesting and somewhat creepy, and worth watching at least once.
marwa m (it) wrote: Kiefer soo sexy in thin one
Sherry M (jp) wrote: Good spoof of Star Trek. Tim Allen, who despite being so likable always seems to end up in mediocre movies, finally finds himself with a script to suit him.
SpyGuy G (br) wrote: Rocky 2 in my opinion is better than the first one. You learn more about creed and many more characters. Believe it or not this is a pretty emotional movie and it pays of so much.
J A (de) wrote: HILARIOUS!! Absurd, surreal and very very funny.
M F (nl) wrote: They should really stop now
Ethan B (jp) wrote: Has action changed all that much since 2002? Because action in movies has. Back before about 10 years ago, characters were much less jokey, things blew up a lot more, and bad guys had terrible aim.While dated as can be, xXx is an enjoyable watch. The film's inspiration is questionable, but Vin Diesel plays the title role exactly how you'd expect him to. There is no shortage of platitudinous quips, but he delivers them in a way that makes you forget that the dialogue is terribly written.Diesel plays Xander Cage, aka Triple X, a criminal stunt man hired by the US government to infiltrate the international mercenary group, Anarchy 99. There's not a whole lot more to it than that, yet the film seems to be able to stretch itself to nearly 120 minutes (132 in the director's cut). xXx is so 2002 that, at times, you can't differentiate it from a early 2000s Disney Channel Original Movie. It sacrifices practicality for spectacle whenever it gets the chance. But considering its action-based modus operandi, the film still tends to drag at times.Ultimately xXx does nothing new. At all. The only reason why anyone would watch this film is to experience Vin Diesel's charisma and charm. Because that's really the only unique aspect brought to the otherwise trite premise.But it's entertaining. Mindless, but entertaining. Despite the hackneyed script, you have to commend the movie for not taking itself too seriously, ultimately not making it a chore to watch. It's actually quite fun and ridiculous in all its glory.Twizard Rating: 72