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Edward C (mx) wrote: Video Games: The Movie(2014)Starring: Sean Austin, Wil Wheaton, Zach Braff, Alison Haislip, Donald Faison, Chloe Dykstra, Chris Hardwick, Clare Grant, Nolan Bushnell, Jim BrownDirected By:Jeremy SneadReviewTo watch a documentary you have to love or enjoy the topic. I am a gamer I love playing video games, I'm more for movies yes but I do enjoy a good game every once in a while. I own an XBOX 360 soon to be XBOX ONE and a Nintendo WII. But for some reason I did not find this documentary all that enjoyable.Narrated by Sean Astin and featuring in-depth interviews with the godfathers who started it all, the icons of game design, and the geek gurus who are leading us into the future, "Video Games: The Movie" is a celebration of gaming from Atari to Xbox and an eye-opening look at what lies ahead.The documentary should have been something special but it comes as an excuse to be an informative book of something you could have read online about the history about virtual technology and video games. I wasn't too big on the documentary for this, but it is great to see the images of the nostalgic games of the past and the great ones of the present.I did enjoy however the the talks about gaming of the future and where it's going, innovative talk like that always is something I like to hear.I don't review a lot of documentaries so I can't necessarily say if all the elements of a good documentary is present, but I give Video Games: The Movie a two out of five.
Brian M (jp) wrote: riveting from start to finish. Great acting highly recommend this movie
Ashley H (br) wrote: The Muppets is a cute movie. It is about a Muppet fanatic with some help from his two human compatriots must regroup the Muppet gang to stop an avaricious oil mogul. Amy Adams and Jason Segel give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. James Bobin did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the adventure and humor.
Brody M (gb) wrote: Piece of garbage & a waste of time
Jussi T (de) wrote: Bad times may not produce good contemporary documentaries, but they do bring out the best in political art. And let's face it: cinema was never an art form to benefit from hindsight. The best stuff is always restless, contradictory and a little too close to the bone.So it is with "Chicago 10". It's not so much a document of the Chicago Seven as an electrifying Battle Hymn of the Republic. The film doesn't do much to illuminate the Yippie movement or the 1969 trials, but that's all right, because every ten minutes or so, it gives you a shot of pure adrenaline as it covers the Chicago riots. During these sequences the film transforms from a courtroom drama into a hellish kamikaze ride on the wing of a doomed attempt at protest, never mind "revolution". Sure, it evokes false nostalgia, but it also makes you want to run to the streets and start something. If that's not good shit, I don't know what is.
Sarah M (it) wrote: Own it love it enough said
Micah Y (fr) wrote: funny movie, stupid comedy but a great break from reality
Jason B (gb) wrote: This story reflects my own beliefs strongly. A great account of our Canadian History. It's too bad we still aren't listening to what Grey Owl had to say all those years ago.
Jovany H (us) wrote: One of the best movie I ever seen
Dean K (jp) wrote: Think I've seen this, need to watch again!
King L (es) wrote: Second installment in the Superman movie franchise. Not as good as the first one but better than the third one (the third one was horrible.) Here his love affair with Lois Lane continues and she discovers his true identity. Superman also battles three villains from his home planet of Krypton who escape their interstellar prison.
Alex B (es) wrote: The movie xanadu is one of the most genius movie plots of all time. It basically is symbolisum for dreams are either meant to be broekn or not. It is told in a very unique way becuase a girl named kira symbolizes a mues for the two male characters. The songs are great for the plot and the movie. Too bad this movie is a very underrated classic. The movie just came out at the wrong time becuase of the type of optomistic sugar it is. This movie is great for any generations in the history of musicals. It should be studied. It has the unique musical formula that musicals from the 1930s and 1940s have only put out in the wrong time period. This movie is what every musical should be. Fun campy and optomistic with great songs.
Bill B (us) wrote: OK, I just had to read this over after a re-watch and dial my initial star rating down *quite* a bit, from a 4 to a 2 and a half. More about why below:Not as over the top as a lot of Blaxploitation films (which tends to be part of their charm), this one plays it pretty straight as a horror film and it works for the most part.Definitely worth checking out if only for some great eyebrows on Blacula and the screaming multicolored undead that he creates. All the other vampires in this flick seem to be an odd color, green, ashy white, etc, and it looks interesting even if it makes little sense.That said, there's not a whole lot going on here that you don't get in the typical Dracula film: vamp wants certain girl, creates other vamps in his pursuit of her, is eventually vanquished. The '70s soul vibe is an interesting hook, but the only thing all that original, to be perfectly honest.Check it out.
Milo S (au) wrote: this film would have been so much better if it was a thriller about Scientology