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Leo K (br) wrote: Not as bad as the reviews show. And probably not the final chapter either. The action was almost non-stop, and all of the secondary characters were absolutely negligible. The story does get stupid really fast (plot circles and holes), but the emphasis is on the action clearly. Not a masterpiece by any sense, and if you saw the previous films, then this one will do just fine.
Alex C (nl) wrote: Good story line and well acted. The hero has several setbacks and is not portrayed as the all-powerful fighting machine as happens in many of these types of movies. If you are looking for a good action flick with a good story and a less than perfect hero this one is worth a watch.
Ross K (jp) wrote: Sweet and quirky bildungsroman. A fairly accurate portrayal of growing up and going to school in Taiwan in the 90's.
Joanna B (jp) wrote: Ticking all the requisite Valentine's Day romance boxes whilst still managing to retain boyish appeal, This means war is a stereo-typical rom-brom-act-com (Romantic, bromance, action, comedy). Managing to capture the same feeling of camaraderie as in his Charlies Angels Full throttle offering, ex brash music- video director McG has married a stellar cast with witty repartee in an epic battle of one-upmanship. After all, all is fair in love and war.CIA special-ops agents Franklin (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy) have a special kind of friendship. Claiming they would do anything for each other; even stop a bullet, if it came to that. When a supposedly covert operation to capture an evil Russian brother-duo ends up a completely public mess with one dead after falling from a Hong Kong high-rise onto a taxi, the pair are grounded in their LA base and consigned to boring and menial desk duties. Whiling away the time, Tuck wonders about finding the same deep connection he shares with his partner, but with a woman. Snickering Franklin supports Tuck in signing up for an online-dating service, suggesting he waits nearby as an escape route on his first match date with cutesy Blonde named Lauren (Reece Witherspoon).Although a successful and beautiful single lady, Lauren is in a massive dating rut. After an embarrassing chance encounter with her ex-boyfriend and his perky new girlfriend, Lauren's ravenously horny and highly inappropriate BFF Trish (Chelsea Handler) decides a saucy internet dating profile is just the ticket to get her back in the game.Both uneasy about re-entering the dating world, Tuck and Laruen overcome the first date jitters and hit it off wonderfully.Moments after their date; whilst trawling the video shop for something watchable, Lauren is woefully hit on by Franklin. Quickly rebuffing his advances, Lauren leaves the suave operator to resort to creepy stalker mode to secure a date. After accosting her and work, Franklin proceeds to an equality uncomfortable date, however after bumping into her ex again and Franklin plays along, Lauren sees something more behind his over-compensative exterior. Following Trish's advice and against her better judgement, Lauren decides to begin a relationship with both guys to see which one she has more of a connection with. But as the boys share a gloat about each of their new girlfriends, they realise that they are in fact pursuing the exact same girl.Coming to an uneasy 'gentleman's pact', they agree to allow Lauren to decide who she will choose without interference or intervention. As their spy natures take hold, each covertly puts together a team to watch her every movement and obtains clues on how to both woe the woman and win the battle. The competition spurs the two hyper-attentive suitors on and the ensuing dates become increasingly implausible. From a private trapeze lesson, to an exclusive showing of Gustav Klimt painting collection, to a bloodthirsty paintball game and a lap in a limited edition 60's classic car, nothing about this rings remotely true or at all romantic, showing the films true colours as a boys arm-wrestling match, fun to watch but completely irrelevant. Who will Lauren choose? The seemingly shallow pretty-boy lady-killer Franklin (AKA FDR) or the brawnier, deeper and more genuine divorced father of one Tuck?Known mostly for their action chops, Hardy (Warrior, Dark Knight Rises, Inception) and Pine (Star Trek, Smokin' Aces, Unstoppable) work well together and develop a palpable kinship; While Witherspoon continues to hone her comedy skills and snappy one-liners along-side the high-censored but still cringe-worthy scene stealing Handler. The Verdict: Suffering greatly from some hasty last minute editing, this film feels a little jagged and underdeveloped. The buddy bickering, passive-aggressive maneuvers and ikky plot-points helped cover up the essence of creepy stalker-isms employed through wire taps, GPS devices and hidden cameras. Like most storms in a tea cup, this film barely a skirmish makes both on screen and critically.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 17/02/2012
Jochen W (it) wrote: TONY MANERO verschaltet kongenial Sozialportrt, psychopathologische Studie und popkulturellen Wahn, ohne diese Facetten jemals blo? ineinander zu verdoppeln. Stattdessen erffnet er einen reichhaltigen Resonanzraum voller einander widerstrebender Strmungen, deren Dissonanzen auszuhalten er von seinen Zuschauern verlangt. Die Kamera scheint zunchst an den Dardennes orientiert, kippt aber immer wieder in Unschrfen und setzt pointiert an zu explizit poetischen Taumeln. Und wenn fr seinen Protagonisten Ral Peralta am Ende der kinematographische Mythos, dem er nachjagt, endgltig zerbricht, dann holt ihn auf bitter ironische Weise dessen dunkle Seite wieder ein.
Matt B (au) wrote: Meet the Parents is memorable. Meet the Fockers is pleasant enough. Little Fockers is GOD-AWFUL. Skip it by all means. It's not worth your time.
Clare W (fr) wrote: good movie, just scary lol
Lindsay B (jp) wrote: I liked this movie, when I first started watching it I was kinda bored, but it got better.
Reima L (nl) wrote: Sad movie about tragical lives in Czech suburb. Well played main roles, especially mother gone crazy, but I wouldnt call this a masterpiece.
J K (ru) wrote: Man, Luke Wilson has done some really crappy roles and he is SO much better an actor than that suicidal brother of his.
Jiri B (kr) wrote: Cold war classic with an original story.
Shiveh R (ag) wrote: Excellent film, intertwining many lives into a complex and meaningful whole.
Jules H (gb) wrote: Sophisticated, thought provoking celluloid in the guise of something downright lowbrow.The film isn't as moronic as it looks.
Matthew S (us) wrote: Another fun crime flick with characters developed just enough to give a $#!t about. I look forward to the sequel.
Anders A (au) wrote: Polanski purifying New York, with it's satanic tale of the coming master. Deep rooted in the starting young family which settles down into the coven of sacrifice. The underlying psychological forces penetrating the womb of Rosemary. Tannis root is securing the pure genes of the master, hidden like an occult matter.
Chris S (nl) wrote: It was okay. I'm not a huge fan of Bill Murray's comedy, but this movie provided enough of a modern take on a classic story that it kept me decently interested.