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Jonie H (es) wrote: It could have been perfect if it did not end and made me feel na pinahirapan pa si Irene in the end. I so hate it. Does it really have to have some sort of retribution for Apollo? What for?!
Adam P (ca) wrote: Scary. Good reminder of the threat nuclear weapons still pose to the human race, even if the cold war is over.
Akash G (gb) wrote: Very tight, Very slick. Very Bloody good...
Steve S (fr) wrote: WATCH THIS MOVIE... NOW!!
Logan M (jp) wrote: It's never really that funny or solid, and I'll never comprehend how the film's questionable elements garnered so many awards and acclaim.
Justin A (kr) wrote: A very unfocused screenplay really hurt this movie big time. There was way too much going on, especially for a kids movie. With a children's movie, you really can't go wrong with one of two basic stories: 1) Good guy must beat the bad guy or 2) Underdog rises up to the challenges. Now, you might think that this movie falls into the underdog category, but it really doesn't. There is no real obstacle that Casper has to overcome, except maybe the obstacle of being dead. But the entire "we can bring you back to life" thing doesn't come into play until over an hour into the movie. Then there's the subplot about the owner of the house (yes the actual owner, as Bill Pullman and Christina Ricci may be living there, but they don't actually own the place) wanting to steal treasure in a vault. It is basically the same exact premise as The Addams Family movie. This is a fine plot to go with and we're introduced to the villains early, but shortly after they don't appear again until much later in the film. Then there's ANOTHER subplot of Bill Pullman connecting with the three uncle ghosts, yet another plot with Christina Ricci having to throw the most awesome party ever, and it all adds up to a mess of a movie. This movie could have been trimmed by 15 or 20 minutes. It's about 1 hour and 40 minutes, which isn't long, but kids tend to get impatient and their attention spans can go all over the place. You want to hit that 80ish minute mark with movies like this. Maybe they tried to do all the different plots so more would be happening to keep kids interested, but I can't see kids enjoying a lot past the first half hour. The first half hour is fun with crazy ghost hijinks and plenty of great cameos. It's the best parts of the movie. When Christina Ricci starts having to worry about parties and her dead mom, well, things start to become a drag. It's decent for the ghost fun, but that's limited mostly to the first half hour.
Erik G (ca) wrote: I remember seeing 'Stay Tuned' in my first and only viewing on TV around 11 years ago. From what I saw in the movie, the family gets a cable TV system full of TV channels broadcast from hell. Seeing 'Stay Tuned' was the first time I ever saw the late John Ritter on TV, although I recognized him (and knew his name, of course) when I first watched '8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter' a year later. It's a great movie, anyways, and it's one hell of a good time. I only saw this movie only one time, and if I were to make a second viewing someday, then I must find it on DVD.
Sephia R (es) wrote: this movie is great, i dont know why they gave it poor rate here! i love the story n the acting, there is something about the acting of this era, they are more natural,not like today's where it could be too rigid and dead or overacting and exaggerate..i love michael biehn's acting when he was young, very natural..so dont listen to tomatometer, if u enjoy hiking n love nature, watch this movie!
Rosalind R (ca) wrote: This shit is horribly amazing.
Craig T (ca) wrote: It's like one of those art installation films showing in a black room with carpeted box seats that intrigues you at first with its dreamlike somnambulance and vivid colors, but quickly makes you question why someone made it and why a museum is showing it and why you're still sitting there watching it, until you remember you don't have to, and you think 'the cafe might have cookies,' so you walk out.
JamieLynn H (de) wrote: I hate this movie with every fiber of my being. The main character is completely unlikable. The story slowly builds to nothing. Unbearably boring, and obnoxiously self indulgent. It might have been mildly entertaining edited as a short film, but stretched to a feature length it is absolutely maddening.
Shawn H (au) wrote: I've seen many many......many exorcism movies from great ones like the Exorcist and The Exorcist III, to bad ones such as Exorcist II: The Heretic. Ok..so I picked on one trilogy..shoot me. The Cloth is about a group of priests that use Bond-esque weapons against demons. Danny Trejo is top billed but get nearly no screen time. I nearly turned it off after seeing and hearing almost duplicate scenes from other movies. Especially when the "new" recruit is given a weapon and he says "How am I supposed to use this thing? I feel like I'm going to break this damn thing" right out of Men in Black. Avoid this stinker.
Marcy B (au) wrote: i really liked this movie. joanne woodward was really good and paul was too of course.
Daisy D (kr) wrote: Real comedy with lines that you will be quoting for a lifetime!
gary t (de) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that john wayne, forrest tucker, christopher george, andrew prine, glenn corbett, ben johnson, bruce cabot, geoffrey deuel, pamela mcmyler play good roles/parts throughout this movie......i think that john wayne, forrest tucker, glenn corbett were great throughout this movie........i think that the director of this classics/western/drama/adventure movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie i think that the gun shoot outs were great throughout this movie i think that this is a great classics movie 2 watch