Big Momma's House
When a street-smart FBI agent is sent to Georgia to protect a beautiful single mother and her son from an escaped convict, he is forced to impersonate a crass Southern granny known as Big Momma in order to remain incognito.
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Richard D (ca) wrote: A rather neglectful father is taking his daughter by train to visit her mother on the day the zombie apocalypse hits. Naturally zombies get on the train and all hell breaks loose. "Zombies on a train" doesn't sound like the most original concept, but writer/director Sang Ho-Yeon not only manages to find interesting things to do with it, he rather effortlessly stretches it out to 2 hours of really intense action ... and he works in some interesting character dynamics too. There's nothing startling here, but it's not predictable and it's actually rather difficult to predict who will live and who will die. Great stuff especially for a really tired genre.
Kerry B (it) wrote: LOVED it and highly recommend it!
Jess L (mx) wrote: Interesting and definitely very different sort of movie. Dealing with the idea of Lucid dreaming and attempting to control your dreams, this film maps one man's obsessions with this as it eventually takes over his life. Filmed partly in documentary style with interviews and partly as a narrative this blend worked quite well for this film. A nice amount of comedy thrown in thanks largely to comedic actors Danny DeVito, Martin Freeman and Simon Pegg as the oversexed best friend of sorts. I felt the movie lost momentum about two thirds of the way through which was surprising given its short 93 minute length, however the ending more than made up for any slow parts. An interesting concept well executed but by no means a movie that will go on to receive awards or long lasting acclaim.
Chris B (au) wrote: Pure unadulterated cheese! Bad singing, over-acting extras and Abba songs do not an Oscar winner make but for a fun film which quite deftly uses Abba's back catalogue to weave a story it's not half bad.
Antonio Z (ag) wrote: Solid documentary, but nothing great. Definitely biased a bit. Still a good watch.
Ian M (mx) wrote: Evan Rachel Wood is bloody brilliant. This film completely shows her talent. It's dark, it's funny, and it's like Mean Girls on crack. Bloody watch it.
Justin M (nl) wrote: Oh me oh my. An interesting doc about strippers/dancers forming their own union to protect their employment and improve working conditions. It was wild to see what you can accomplish when you close your legs (Duh!). I feel pretty shallow but I don't see how these girls made any money. They had darker mustaches then their clients.
Raji K (us) wrote: Brian DePalma directs Snake Eyes which tells the story of a laid back and immoral police officer who gains a conscious after being places in the middle of a giant conspiracy. The premise is somewhat interesting in that an assassination occurs in the middle of a boxing match so anyone could be a suspect and everyone is an eye witness. Unfortunately the movie although sets up and starts off interesting it really runs out of steam and tries to be more than it is to fill up an hour and 45 minutes of time. This was one of Cage's weaker performances and Sinise does his best with a poor script.
Greg W (gb) wrote: well crafted bio-pic
Rick S (nl) wrote: Sluggish in some parts, but Sidney makes it all worth it.
Scott R (mx) wrote: One of the best tales. A good family flick.
Michael K (gb) wrote: Actually not a bad sendoff film for the series!
Ben K (gb) wrote: So many childhood memories plus this had some really funny scenes :D