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Dylan H (jp) wrote: that ending was sick. wow
Allen G (kr) wrote: Okay, so some of it looks kind of cool and I like the premise. Still, 'After Earth' is a steaming pile of crap. The script is terrible- like, no cast of actors could save it. You could replace Will Smith with Daniel Day Lewis and his son with Robert De Niro (he's still versatile, okay!?) and this one would still be a complete dud. Shyamalan has had so many giant misfires that I've started to question whether he was ever good to begin with. I loved Signs when I first saw it but I WAS ONLY A KID. I loved Sixth Sense too but... I WAS ONLY A KID. Unbreakable? Great! But... I WAS ONLY A KID. Would I have liked this had I seen it a kid?Nah, the dude has just got worse, this film sucks, yo.There was potential here- again, I liked the premise and some of the world building was good but for every pro there's 50 cons. Will Smith & Jaden Smith probably won't be staring in many films together after this one though so that's a pro, I guess.
cli o (kr) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Lewis M (de) wrote: Has to be one of the worst films I have ever seen... laughable in almost every aspect. Any decent attempts at narrative or direction are completely lost in everything else. Every single character is annoying, and I was actually disappointed that they didn't all die.
Xeni Z (fr) wrote: My Opinion: This movie revolves around the Carpenters song, Close to You. It is an odd choice of music and the plot outline is an even odder choice of characters mixed with assassination mixed with such base emotions as revenge and anger and hunting.It?s not a bad film as movies go, but it could do with a lot of polishing around the edges.Conclusion: It?s an alright movie to enjoy, if you want a bit of light action and a few humorous moments.
Christine T (ag) wrote: By far the best anime I ever seen
Dimity P (ru) wrote: I made it an hour in before my limit was reached. Even Rufus Sewell's hotness couldn't keep me watching this hot mess.
Spencer S (nl) wrote: Another Country is always trying to be far more complex than it actually is. Fusing together themes of homosexuality, Communism, and the system of prefects in British boarding schools in the 1930's, it becomes a haphazard maze of inconsistencies and irritating subtext. Rupert Everett, the only shining light of the entire film, is only sparingly announced as gay amongst his peers, most of whom are so desperate for companionship that they have secret trysts with members of their classes. (Other notable roles go to very young Colin Firth and Cary Elwes.) With his usual suave flair and youthful grandeur, Everett is just sly enough not to outright confess throughout the plot that his sexuality is based on himself and not his situation. The prefect system on the other hand is both an annoying subplot, and supposedly overbearing presence in the lives of the schoolmates. Besides being terribly boring and longwinded, the absence of fear was evident on the screen. It didn't help that the score was yet another unpleasant 80's concoction, or that the wardrobe was peculiar for the time period.
mary c (kr) wrote: I loved this movie the frist time I saw it.
Josiah M (jp) wrote: A highly emotional modern-day epic.
Ilja S (es) wrote: The fourth entrance in the Underworld fanchise manages to be more boring despite more action and a somewhat interesting plot that never really rolled out in the way it should have (maybe just to make room for a sequel).