In the year 2044 AD, the human race has amped-up its space exploration and reached out to the stars through the miracle of ROBOTECHNOLOGY, but not without bringing intergalactic war upon the Earth itself. Heroes will die and allegiances will shift. But in the midst of combat, perhaps peace will spring up through the charred remains of battered history. One of the greatest science fiction sagas of all time continues...
Brad B (us) wrote: Really good for an animated movie about a younger Thor and Loki.
Erin P (au) wrote: This movie is pretty dumb.
Nicholas L (de) wrote: About a Boy is disfunctional, but very hilarious and its screenplay is written with wit and weight which makes Hugh Grant soar as an actor.
Kimberly W (gb) wrote: It's definitely a cheesy movie with a corny storyline but it's a chick flick and it has Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey in it so I still love it
Atheer O (ag) wrote: This film is the evidence is that all you mainly need for a good movie is a good writer and director. Budget would help in polishing the final product but not necessarily in raising the quality of the film. Actors where amazingly convincing for first time actors.
Scott A (ag) wrote: You know the first time I saw this, I really hated it. It's almost all set in the Minor League, and they really only brought back the lesser stars from the first two. Uecker is back and provides all the humor, but why is he here I've always asked? Riding the bus with a minor team? I guess Harry Doyle got demoted too? :(Bakula and Daggett make for good leads, while McGinley is a tad over-the-top in this film.Goggins has an early role here, and he's basically the emerging star character. He's kind of a jerk most of the film, but he's effective. Wish some of the bigger stars from the earlier films had cameo'd at least.
Derrick M (us) wrote: If you want to laugh, see Eddie in his SNL days.
Ben S (es) wrote: Did Stuart Sutcliffe deserve his own movie? Probably not, and the filmmakers don't seem too sure themselves, as the focus of "Backbeat" vacillates between telling his story and that of the Beatles' raucous formative period in Hamburg. Despite this narrative wobbliness, "Backbeat" is an enjoyable movie that is buoyed by its strong atmosphere and credible lead performances. A quibble: Couldn't better vocalists have been employed to replicate John and Paul's singing from this time? Lord knows there are enough Beatles tribute groups out there.
Elias K (jp) wrote: This is the kind of horror movie a hippie would direct on a bad acid trip. It's art-house appeal, the over the top grotesqueness and plentiful post-sexual revolution open nudity scenes with lots of female slaves in this macabre story makes up for the cheap setting and mediocre actors. It's gory and sexy, plus simply interesting, because such movies are really rare. Expect a sadistic midget, too!
Luc L (it) wrote: This film reflects North American history, it's well made.
Leilani H (es) wrote: cinematography and animation bring this to the edge of greatness .charming !
Scotty C (it) wrote: I really have no idea what this movie wants me to take away from it aside from the fact that Sylvester Stallone is a person I have heard of.
Joseph J (au) wrote: Cynical, entertaining piffle, but so crammed with movie star royalty (not just Gosling and Clooney, but the latelamented Philip Seymour Hoffman and Paul Giamatti play significant roles) that it would be hard for it not to be entertaining. I wish Giamatti and Hoffman had squared off at some point, but they didn't.