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Phantasm G (nl) wrote: Patton Oswald finally gets a leading part and it's this garbage? Silly and pointless, almost unwatchable if not for PO...who needs a really funny role and not a serious one.
Ash D (it) wrote: It's not really achieving anything, but it's surprisingly easy to watch.Very tongue-in-cheek. Looks like they had fun filming it, and it's easy to get caught up in that fun.
Brandon L (br) wrote: If you set expectations high, you're going to end up losing sudden-death here. It's funny because its stupid, and that was good enough for me
Adam R (es) wrote: An amusing family comedy. I've never really been a fan of Frankie Muniz, but it is Paul Giamatti who makes it worthwhile anyways. Sometimes it really is the villain who establishes the movie and gives it an identity. (First viewing - Spring 2002 in theaters)
Dolores H (ru) wrote: Disappointing plot. Could have been so much better.
Patrick M (ru) wrote: You can never go wrong with Sylvester Stallone. The man is one of the most successful men in the history of entertainment and for good reason. He puts out things people want to see. So what if it isn't as artsy fartsy as Titanic or some lame Tom Cruise movie, it's entertaining. Stallone excels at entertaining audiences with his acting, screenplays, and directing and has been doing it for nearly 40 years. This is an intense disaster flick that doesn't pull any punches. Daylight, for me, is a fantastically entertaining movie. A great cast, good special effects, and a story that keeps you guessing. Stallone nails it again!
Farah R (fr) wrote: It's charming, likable, and fun to watch. Tom Hanks's directorial debut is a rather enjoyable one to say the least. The story is so honest that it's absolutely captivating and the songs add the right amount of zest to keep you hooked to your seat till the end.
Greg W (de) wrote: happy 20th 2 one of my fave funny as sh#$ pics
Lee M (ru) wrote: There's no hiding that this low- budget, independent feature suffers from inexperienced actors and at times seems patched together. But these elements also are part of the film's charm, giving it a down-home quality that gives an inside look at contemporary American Indian life from the Indian point of view -- a refreshing change.
David J (us) wrote: "Rocky III" continues the titular pugilist's story with a fresh idea, but this film fails to contend with it's predecessors mostly due to the fact the Rocky Balboa we see here is not the same lunkheaded city slicker we came to know and love in the original film. Furthermore, "Rocky III" succumbs to emotional-manipulation, cheesy dialogue, and formula. It's practically borderline-schlock at this point, but it's entertainment value really lies in Stallone's performance, your fondness for the characters, and the final fight. So, in conclusion, "Rocky III" is mildly entertaining at best, but a lightweight compared to the first two and I never want to hear Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" ever again.
Kevin T (mx) wrote: This movie is charming and funny. At its heart is the theme of loyalty. Robin Hood follows the King to the crusades out of loyalty to the crown. Little John follows Robin out of loyalty to his friend. The fight with the Sheriff is the best. The respect each man has for the other is palpable. Poor Robert Shaw. Two movies with Connery and each time gets his butt kicked.
Eric R (ag) wrote: A small-time crook (Charley Varrick) and his partner have just successfully robbed a small bank in New Mexico. Much to their surprise they discover that their payday from the heist is in the neighborhood of $750,000 dollars, way more than the modest payday Charlie was expecting. Charlie realizes they have stolen Mafia money which leads him on an adventure where he must outwit and stay ahead of both the cops and the mafia. Charliey Varrick is very much painted as a cunning professional, but also an old man. He wants nothing to do with the Mafia's money but it's not exactly something you can just return ot the mafia. Walter Matthau is really great in these types of role where his character is sorta old and tired and in this situation which he just wants to get out of. He almost personifies the every-day man in this gritty, down-to-earth heist-crime drama. All that being said, the viewer is never really given much indication into what Charley is thinking before he does it; which adds an interesting amount of intrigue to his journey. Jon Don Baker also stands out as Molly, a mob-hired killer, who is on the trail to get the money back. His broad shoulders and imposing presence coupled with his no-nonsense demeanor make him a character that demands your attention every time he is on the screen. This is a lean script that features a lot of great characters which are all developed well and possess their own wants and desires.
Brad S (jp) wrote: Great French heist film with the cool Alain Delon. This film had a big influence on John Woo and how he dealt with issues of loyalty and brotherhood amongst gangster & thieves. Check it out!
Travis T (ag) wrote: A good premise, but ironically suffers from being too over-the-top, just like the first productions in the story. Too many close-ups, solos, etc., and WAY too long to keep anyone's interest for the whole thing.
Phani T (de) wrote: Another Johnny Depp-Tim Burton combine, with Depp not being "full blown". The visuals are typical Burton gothic - and there is, like in most of his other movies, never any sunlight - it's always winter and twilight or night. With the creepiness set by lighting, it gets a booster with Depp's act - but its only creepiness, not horror, and I don't think it was meant to be a horror/slasher movie either. It's a crime and detection with the supernatural thrown in. And that works well.Ok Watch.
Lauren L (gb) wrote: "You're Not You" beautifully illustrates the pain of a disease like ALS. This film shows how ALS breaks who you are by testing your ability to communicate without clear speech, how it makes its victims wish they were gone because they feel like a bother to everyone, and most importantly sheds light on how the degenerative disease will most likely end in an evitable painful death that no one can ever stop. "You're Not You" perfectly juxtaposes the idea that while this disease psychically pulls apart the majority of relationships, it strengthens the genuine ones. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has ever had a family member or friend with a degenerative disease.
Mike M (de) wrote: Fantastic excellent.
Joseph H (de) wrote: It's nothing new but The Conjuring is down right terrifying! There were very good moments of suspense and overall brings the chiche haunted house film to a high standard. James Wan knows what the horror genre is all about and he gives us some fantastic new scares to add to our collection to our nightmares and that's more than what we are use to getting from a horror movie at this time.