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Jarkko H (au) wrote: Despicable Me 2 is the last part of the way unrestrained, but the addition of a love story plot is thick. The yellow minions uncontrollable cost will never be bored. In the meantime, when the Minions fun decorating a foul, the main character will face a spy and it will create comical but babbling spy activities. The pace does not increase the positivity.
Matt R (ru) wrote: The acting and dialogue are equally terrible, but when it was all said and done I can't say I was ever bored. Check your brain at the door and enjoy this visually striking cave adventure.
Jeff B (de) wrote: Awesome animation (and I do mean awesome), but the storyline was a bit hard to follow.
O p (br) wrote: lost much of the cuteness of the older films due to digital processing
Grim R (fr) wrote: A very lame B-Movie hybrid of a slacker whose hand becomes possessed by some evil spirit. He goes on a murderous rampage. Killing his parents, friends and others all the while a black priestess named Debi sets out to find whoever's hand is possessed and destroy the evil spirit. Starts off with promise in the first and second half, but the third half slides into lazy town and wasn't very impressive. Other than seeing Jessica Alba in tighty whiteys this horror/comedy could have been better.
Rachelle H (ru) wrote: im the only one who remembers this one!! im the only one who remembers this one! im the only one who seems to remember this movie!!
Guido S (us) wrote: The NY Knicks are so terrible, they have to get a fan coach played by Whoopi Goldberg to coach them. She turns them into winners, but the owner is more interested in selling the franchise so they have to find a way to keep the team. A decent movie, pretty dumb, but it works for a while before outstaying its welcome after a while. Mostly good as a punchline for when a team is doing poorly.
Cj S (ag) wrote: I tried, I can't get with it.
Brett W (ag) wrote: If you don't like jazz, you will hate this movie.
John W (ru) wrote: While the 1948 film adaptation of Maxwell Anderson's theatrical production 'Key Largo' may be primarily recalled today as a Bogart/Bacall vehicle, that labelling of this suspenseful film-noir is most unfortunate. This film is, in every sense, an ensemble piece, and it is the picture's ensemble cast which, sixty-five years after its release, make it worth remembering.There's Edward G. Robinson as the brash, boisterous expatriate gangster Johnny Rocco. His performance slowly reveals a man yearning for a time bygone. Lionel Barrymore is the infirm but nonetheless crusty hotel owner James Temple, who is overcome with venom when Rocco takes the hotel's inhabitants hostage. Claire Trevor is the alcoholic moll whose best days are well past, symbolic of Johnny Rocco's own decline. Holding this group together are the aforementioned star couple, from whom director John Huston coaxes brilliantly subtle performances that avoid any potential for scenery-chewing. So subtle is Bogart's performance that it is easy enough to overlook the sophistication of Frank McCloud's story. McCloud is a disillusioned vet who pays a visit to James Temple, and his daughter, respectively the father and widow of a fallen soldier whose bravery he had admired. Unlike so many other American memories of the Second World War that are proud and triumphant, this story more accurately portrays the feelings of a generation of young men returning home from the greatest conflict the world has ever known.
Jonathan S (fr) wrote: It's silly and a mostly a waste, but its more loose and fun than "Ghost of Frankenstein." Boris Karloff has an interesting mad scientist character and all the vignettes (even though most of them don't work) have an odd sort of charm to them.
Fabricio G (au) wrote: Seven Psychopaths feels different and it has nice characters and perormances.
Danielle C (us) wrote: A gud laugh, sum really funny parts in it, & worth seeing just 4 Zak Efron ;-)
Prince S (it) wrote: Philip K. Dick's novel "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" was a masterpiece in science fiction genre, an adaptation of it was an expanse entertainer. Director Paul Verhoeven made every moment lively and exciting throughout, with a stimulation screenplay the movie gets high and high on every moment with its spark-tone of visuals and dark humor of the actors. Arnold's expressive acting style and story's mind bending lines make us not to leave it behind. Coming to the plot, it was a elegant complex story which throws out some satirical snaps out of it with leaving us to make out what was dream and what was reality.Great movie in its genre, but it has the potential to go larger extent with its complex concept.
Jim H (ag) wrote: The film chronicles several journeys in a couple's relationship.While the performances by Albert Finney and Audrey Hepburn are often delightful, the film's primary problem is its unevenness. It's occasionally hard to follow, and the mix of happy times and marital discord never quite finds its proper balance.Overall, there are parts of this film that are fun, but the film as a whole lacks cohesiveness.
Stuart K (gb) wrote: Directed by Graham Baker (Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981) and Impulse (1984)) and written by Rockne S. O'Bannon (creator of seaQuest DSV and Farscape) and produced by Gale Anne Hurd (The Terminator (1984) and Aliens (1986)), this sci-fi thriller had done the rounds of Hollywood since the early 1980's until Fox picked it up. It's central premise is a good idea, even if it has been done before. In 1991 (Razz), an alien race known as Newcomers came to earth, 300,000 of them in fact, and Earth became their new home, but most of the human population hate them, and a lot of them live in a slum called Slagtown. When Los Angeles Police Detective Matthew Sykes (James Caan) witnesses two Newcomers murdering another Newcomer, Sykes' partner Bill Tuggle (Roger Aaron Brown) is killed in the crossfire. Skyes is even less happy to learn that his new partner is a Newcomer Samuel Francisco (Mandy Patinkin), and they have to investigate a conspiracy involving Newcomer businessman William Harcourt (Terence Stamp) and his goal for power. It's a silly piece of sci-fi hokum, but it does have it's moments, even though it doesn't know whether it wants to be a police buddy film or a police revenge film. It might have spawned a TV series and a load of TV movies, the first film could have been better and it has nothing new to say.
Henry B (au) wrote: Mildly entertaining.