A Genius, Two Friends, and an Idiot
Three rogues set out to rob $300,000 from an Indian-hating cavalry major.
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Ken B (de) wrote: Seeing Bryan Cranston back in a comedic role was fun. Just some good hard laughs, with Key stealing parts of the show. The toilet scene will live in infamy.
Shajie K (au) wrote: Really long and boring. The leads looked great through half the movie and thats about it.
Keith M (kr) wrote: this was not good. i'm so not into these kind of movies.
Sharon N (it) wrote: Boring long drawn out jibberish.
Nelson R (es) wrote: Frances McDormand's performance is the highlight of the movie. However, the characters are all interesting and their increasingly complicated relationships/circumstances keep the story intriguing...so much so that I can't help but wonder what the future holds for each of them. Will Sam (Christian Bale) and Alex (Kate Beckinsale) be able to work out their differences and sexual frustrations? Will Jane (McDormand) keep making mature decisions concerning her son, love life, and professional career? Will she ever be the parent she wants to be and that Sam needs? Can Ian (Alessandro Nivola) be the man that Jane needs to settle down or will he just be a distraction that pulls her away from "growing up?" And lastly, will Sara (Natascha McElhone) steal Sam away from Alex? Should I want her to? I like Sam when he's with her, but maybe I haven't seen him at his best with Alex because neither of them are at their best. So yeah, the characters intrigued me a lot.
Bos d (jp) wrote: This is a total movie with extra's. I love the elephant scene!
Tim W (fr) wrote: I don't know what it is but this movie annoys me, a lot. Unnecessary cash grab (that probably didn't even grab much cash). This didn't even feel like a ninja turtles story.
Jerry F (ca) wrote: Not too bad for 1980...Sally Field looks good...a bit dated (and bits cut out ?) but worth a look.
Wes S (ag) wrote: Poorly made, to a point where it's barely watchable due to the bad cinematography and dark scenes. The characters aren't very interesting and the effects aren't too great. It's a bit of bad fun, but nothing worthwhile.
Jonathan P (br) wrote: A Bell from Hell is such a slowly paced and dull film that really the only reason it has any notoriety is due to the fact that director Claudio Guerin passed away due to a fall from the bell tower, seen throughout the film, while shooting the last scene of the movie (it was later finished and edited by one of the actors). A Bell from Hell is just so slow that it was work to make it to the end.
Tom L (jp) wrote: The story is crap, the characters are annoying and mean-spirited, the music is the only tolerable thing. Biggest movie that I hate but everyone else loves.
Andrew L (us) wrote: Despite depicting the events leading up to the infamous battle between Anakin & Obi Wan which ultimately transforms the arrogant young Jedi into Vadar, the film's attempt to deal with such dark & dramatic subject matter fails due to Lucas' OTT realization of most - if not all - of the set pieces on display. Another factor that didn't help the proceedings was the terribly cardboard acting from all involved, as well as Lucas' pompous directing style. It is definitely not the worst of the 'new' trilogy, yet it still comes nowhere close to matching any of the original trilogy's heart & originality.