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Elton G (jp) wrote: Melding comedy and drama perfectly, Big Hero 6 is a surprisingly mature film with luscious animation. The voice work is great, and the characters are well realized. This is a great animated movie.
Carreh R (es) wrote: A testament to the depths of depravity humans can devolve into and to the heights of nobility others can attain. A powerful movie. Visually stunning.
Davide D (br) wrote: I went into this expecting it to be a bearable comedy with not much substance but I was very wrong. This movie cannot even be classified as a comedy and is filled with plot jumps and loose ends that are not taken care of. I would not recommend watching this movie unless you want to waste away your life slowly and painfully. This movie is bad. I like Justin Long and Chiquiri is attractive but nothing could save this movie.
Larry C (ru) wrote: The talents of a lot of lovely actresses are wasted here. The bad language and crude sexual humor is terrible.
Mohammed A (ag) wrote: Love it , it's good movie
Matt H (ca) wrote: Pretty good and funny movie. Lemon got to really shine in The Odd Couple, and Matthau gets to here. The relationship between Lemmon and the football player feels so impossible today, I wonder how believable it was then. Funny movie that's aged pretty well.
Scott C (jp) wrote: Great atmosphere and a good cast, but something was missing for me.
John Y (mx) wrote: I LOVE this movie, one of my all time favorites!
patty ann (au) wrote: Oh my God! This is the best Mother daughter movie ever! I cry everytime I see it and I've seen it dozens of times. It's beauty is in the brilliant acting and selfless character.
Robert H (it) wrote: The story this time around is a little more unfocused, with some superfluous characters, but the animation is just as impressive and voice cast is expanded in this sequel to the Academy Award-winning HAPPY FEET. In HAPPY FEET TWO, Mumble and Gloria have a son Erik who is having difficulty finding his place in the community. Will he sing? Will he dance? He doesn't know. Meanwhile, shifting Arctic ice traps the majority of the Emperor penguin colony and Mumble goes to off to find help. What I noticed as different this time was that there wasn't as much singing/dancing. This was an element that really enriched the first one and made me enjoy it a little more. The story in this sequel had less of that, and at times was a little dull and borderline depressing. Still, there is a happy ending because, you know, it's a kid's movie. Also, while it was nice to have a larger cast full of recognizable voices, a couple of the characters they play were largely unnecessary and distracting to the overall story-line. The two biggest offenders, despite how entertaining they were to watch, were Brad Pitt and Matt Damon as two krill. Why were they in the movie? Who knows? They never interacted with the main story in any meaningful way, and just seemed like an excuse to get a couple more big-name actors on the marquee. A little more understandable in terms of the themes is the inclusion of a puffin named Sven, who can fly. His primary function is to provide inspiration and guidance to Erik although, as penguins (and the audience) already know, they can't fly even if they wanted to. Despite the character being somewhat unneeded, Hank Azaria did a great job voicing him. The rest of the voice cast, some of which were replacements (Common for Fat Joe, and P!nk for Brittany Murphy), also did a good job, but P!nk was probably the least compelling of them all. She's a decent singer, but her acting could definitely use some work. Overall, the film was slightly less entertaining than its predecessor, but nonetheless enjoyable in its own right.
Janne E (de) wrote: Spalding Gray talks to the camera about the numerous and often blurry eye vision treatments he went through. Occasionally five people give their opinion about said treatments. That's it: simple but brilliant. Gray knows his stuff.