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Miguel R (gb) wrote: Dolphin Tale is a fun and inspiring movie for the whole family to be delighted, even if the plot may be a bit predictable
(kr) wrote: Crazy and mind blowing fun.
ashleigh m (ag) wrote: Totally underrated. It's adorable. Both female leads are wonderful, Amy Adams especially captivating. Funny and very smart :)
Vivian H (ag) wrote: it seems everything makes sense...but i still don't feel right to the attitude and message he expressed in the film.
Jayden B (kr) wrote: Two and a half stars.
Stuart K (au) wrote: Written and directed by Omar Naim (Dead Awake (2010)), this is a sci-fi thriller that owes a lot to the work of Phillip K. Dick and even a hint of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty Four. It should have been a good piece of entertainment, but it takes itself too seriously, when something like this could have been fun and exciting, but it descends into conspiracy thriller territory which has all been done before. In the not too distant future, babies implanted with memory chips known as Zoe Implants, developed by the Eye Corporation. When someone with a Zoe Implant dies, their memories have been recorded and their moments can be viewed by their families. But, only the best parts of these people's lives can be seen, Alan Hakman (Robin Williams) is a cutter, who edits the best moments out of people's lives and "makes saints out of criminals". However, when he takes on the life of Charles Bannister (Michael St. John Smith), Hakman's professional life starts to unravel when he discovers that Bannister knows someone from Hakman's past. It should have been a very good thriller, and Williams has the gravitas to pull it off, but it is let down by a formulaic script which has bits and pieces from other sci-fi thrillers, and a pay off that seems to go out with a whimper rather than a bang. It was a good idea for a film, but it deserved to be better.
Kevin M W (br) wrote: Ray Milland directs and stars in this straightforward contemplation on the hysteria the fall of civilization might bring. Its a lean and muscular piece, and better than one might be inclined to think considering the source (American International).
Vulcan S (jp) wrote: another happy-go-lucky chick flick with much charm from Patrick Dempsey
Russ B (mx) wrote: 6/26/2015: Love this movie! I crack up every time!
MrBRS559 (gb) wrote: I waited for this movie for a year to come out. It was the biggest disappointment ever. Should of been a straight to dvd release. Not worth theater release. Plain stupid. Waste of my money...