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Kristofer S (mx) wrote: This was actually a fun movie to watch! Really low budget with really bad acting but damnit I still enjoyed myself. Watch around Halloween for best experience.
Deb S (kr) wrote: My favorite "Angel" star, David Boreanaz is in this movie playing Lance Valenteen, who hires himself out as a fixer of relationships-gone-bad. He courts his subjects, eventually getting them to fall madly in love with him. Then he drops the bombshell on the unsuspecting female by becoming a total jerk and making whatever the ex-boyfriend did seem like child's play. Love is and always will be in man's search for happiness. Sometimes, we forget what the true meaning of love is and need to be reminded. The biggest surprise was the movie's depth and the way it addresses aging, loneliness and regret. This movie warms and cheers the emotions of the heart. You'll laugh and you'll cry as you feel David's search for love. Alana De La plays the role of Sophia note perfect, with a dashing combination of innocence and beauty. I enjoyed it ....maybe because of all the trashy movies I've seen recently......it's light entertainment that doesn't take itself too seriously!!!
Jobin B (au) wrote: dumb storyline, only good thing is salma hayek...
KJ P (de) wrote: While a slight improvement of "European Vacation," the (technically) fourth film in the "Vacation" franchise is extremely poor, while still managing to keep us liking it's characters, which is a rare feat. If the cast had been replaced, this film would have been a whole lot worse. The shenanigans that the characters get into are usually the best parts of these films, and there is no exception with that here. Aside from that very little praise I can give the film, "Vegas Vacation" is not only one big commercial for Vegas, but it also says that not matter where a family goes, they can always have fun if they are together. It is definitely the most family friendly of the road trip films (Christmas Vacation notwithstanding). There is really not much to say about this film. It is a lazily written romp about a family visiting Las Vegas that could have easily been better. With a few enjoyable moments, it makes it a more morable sequel than European, but it is still not a good movie in any way shape or form. The "Vacation" films have always been up and down, and this is definitely one of their downs.
Misato B (jp) wrote: One of my all-time favorite movies. Gary Oldman at his best! Unbelievable that he prepped this role in 6 weeks
Archibald T (fr) wrote: The opening sequence was cool to watch in the dark and the chapel sequences were all that I could enjoy from this film.
Greg W (nl) wrote: good noirish type drama
Brian W (mx) wrote: More classic Lugosi!
Anand K (us) wrote: making the protagonost a vapid materialistic twit makes it really hard to root for her....
Anne L (au) wrote: As the titular Jolene, a young and yet-to-be-discovered Jessica Chastain plays a character that grows from red-headed exuberance into steely maturity. Wooed by a sequence of attractive but damaged male suitors, Jolene comes into her own personage in this refreshing and well-cast picture that captures both the bubbly hormones and harsh realities of girlhood, love, and eventual maturation.