A weekend of camping in the mountains becomes an excursion into hell for a young couple, who become pawns in a grotesque plot hatched by deranged locals.
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Evan C (gb) wrote: While Aliens in the Attic had entertaining moments, its a movie with a story and humor that only children will enjoy, and not to mention, the story is bad at the first place.The movie starts with a geeky kid hacking his grades, which has last been done and accomplished in the 1980s. From that point on, and after seeing the opening credits scene, I knew that this movie was going to be centered on one audience: the kids.This is not a problem at all. I like kid movies, but only when they deliver us a humor that adults (mostly being the parents/guarrdians) will enjoy and find funny themselves. Aliens in the Attic did not accomplish this goal, and I was very upset to see it like this, because it had potential, with a great cast and humorous characters.I didn't enjoy the CGI, being the aliens along with other special effects. It looked awful, I know they couldn't be too graphic or scary, but they were bad. They didn't go with the environment at all. Of course, aliens don't go with the environment at all in the first place, but maybe realistic aliens would be acceptable. Luckily, the performances from the live action actors weren't too much of a disappointment, but man, if only they were relevant.The humor was not funny. It had some parts that made me smile, but never made me laugh out loud, and that's a fail. Sometimes, I face-palmed, wishing a scene wasn't made. The good news is, any child, and maybe teen, will like the movie. Overall, it's an imaginative adventure, but has few, real entertaining and memorable parts, with bad animation, and lack of humor.
Alonso A (it) wrote: Stylistically unique and emotionally gripping, American Splendor is a great portrayal of a great artist, and Paul Giamatti gives one of his best performances ever.
Paul D (br) wrote: While the adaptation of Doyle's book turns out well, the romantic story of finding each other is nothiing special. The usual quirkiness in the characters is there and provides some lightly humerous moments.
Tracy F (es) wrote: John Singleton is a genius. Saw this forever ago but just watched again. Look at the all star cast and it's when many were just starting. Laurence Fishbourne takes it to another level. Omar Epps shines.
AJ T (de) wrote: this movie is one of the most surreal 90s throwaways I've ever seen. swung back and forth between self-referential parody and chilling doomed romance movie without any forewarning. worth a watch for connoisseurs in trainwreck cinema.
Kirsty S (es) wrote: Pretty Good Movie. Actually Better Than The First
Amelia S (de) wrote: A stunning visual poetry. The long tracks, soundtracks brought out the essence of liverpool, transformed memories into life crossing boundaries of space and time. Awesome!
Thomas K (br) wrote: The script is rather iffy and whoever styled Ms. Winger should have never worked in film again. Redford and Winger are very charming, and the film ultimately works, even though the most notable thing about Hannah's performance is she didn't bother giving one. Hannah plays a performance artist here, and it's a very good chance that the director has never seen any performance art.
Brian P (it) wrote: I rented this for the first time yesterday. Wanted to watch a family movie with my children. The trailer seemed to be show some cool shots of the tank and that was what attracted my son. After watching it I am a bit disapointed in the content and suggestive material in this movie. It is rated PG but I think that is incorrect.Good:Sherman Jumbo Tank footage - mostly near the middle to end of the movie.Escape from degenerative back country bot laws - justice servedFather son bonding momentsInteresting fed/local gov conflict setupStanding up for the weak - we are all called to protect the disenfranchisedMilitary family dynamics ... could be somewhat realBad:Taking the Lords name in vein more than onceCursing **it, **ck, etc...Many sexual adult situations and innuendosMultiple derogatory situations not necessary for the family mindActress attire not appropriate (Jenilee Harrison acting as hooker showing a little too much for a PG)...this was an 80's movie and it really makes sense as to why so many of this era have slid into moral decay..may God help us repent!
Sarah H (de) wrote: As a die hard Disney fan, I wanted to love this movie. It's hard to love, like, or even enjoy a movie that has absolutely no plot. It's about dogs, plain and simple, but the movie has no point and no plot. If I could award this movie 0 stars, I would do so.
Greg W (ca) wrote: change of pace expertly handled by director anthony mann ('johnny guitar" also i love the scoring of this movie esp the most effective use of the xylophone!
HungYa L (jp) wrote: Just because it is the combination of Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, it makes the whole thing unbeatable. A forever classic this is.
David S (es) wrote: Shallow Ground was not the greatest movie, but may keep some people's interest.