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Jordan J (kr) wrote: I'm one of the rare people that actually enjoyed this movie. This movie felt so new. There is no other horror movie like this one. Although the scares were just recycled from other movies, this movie had its own suspense and terror with it. This movie also kept me entertained which is a really good sign. Overall the purge will get an A-.
Guillaume H (ca) wrote: The story is interesting and evocative but disjointed with an ending that just peters out. Like Tetro before it, some elements are extremely personal to Coppola and the whole story is a fugue variation on the inside of his head. Its inventive and full of ideas and good shots buts sometimes look like a teenage collage, self indulgent and amateurish, Like FF Coppola wants to emulate something other than himself and lands a few inches past the caricature line. He used this technique of black and white superimposed with bright colors in Tetro to gorgeous effects, but here, it doesnt always work and is often campy. Yet its appealing because the love of moviemaking shows; its just not that obvious that an actual master is at the helm, like he regressed, carrying with himself all his experience but not his means nor his actual technical skills. The dream sequences have been critiqued and i see why but at the same time i kind of like how naive they are and willfully overbursting with so many fantasies. I have half a mind to surrender to it, forget the cheese and enjoy the old magic with no cynicism. If i go along with it, its ripe for the taking. But the ending feels like he ran out of tape so tacked an extra scene after the last one shot and that was that.
Eric M (br) wrote: Malick's cinematic poem on marriage, family, man and wife is challenging even on the Malick scale, but it pays dividends with its enchanting portrait of the divine bauty and frailty of life.
Wesley W (au) wrote: Just a really generic and forgettable movie. With this film, you can see that there is nothing memorable or great about what you see on screen and it does feel like a rushed cash grab. It has a talented cast (except Megan Fox) and I thought the movie started off well but as it went on, the plot became more and more generic and predictable. Josh Brolin does add credibility to the film and he does what he can with its weak writing, and Megan Fox here just makes for a bland actress and plays a completely pointless character who is only cast just because of her looks and her and Josh Brolin have zero chemistry on screen. John Malkovich played an ok villain here, but this isn't one of his better movies. Some of the action I thought was entertaining, but when the cgi showed at times I thought it looked cheap. I have never read the Jonah Hex comic books, so I wouldn't know if the movie follows the source material well or just craps on it. In the end, there is nothing much else to say about this other than I didn't think it was completely terrible and that if you want to see a much better western film that came out the same year as this, watch True Grit.
Ben A (de) wrote: I fucked Austin to this movie.
Jamie C (ca) wrote: I get that Bond movies are supposed to be over the top but when they're too over the top like Die Another Day it's all too much to take seriously, Again its action is the best part of the movie, The story is recycled from previous installments, The gadgets are silly the script is sillier, Some scenes were that cringe worthy it was hard to watch at times, Brosnans final Bond is his worst I'm afraid.
Mo B (ru) wrote: Rating: 86%With a moving script and emotional acting, Field of Dreams is an iconic and overall thought-provoking take on one of America's favorite sports.
Joshua M (mx) wrote: This is a terrible movie, but it's also one of the most enjoyable experiences I've had watching a film. Freeman's eyebrows alone make this a movie worth watching.
Orlok W (au) wrote: Custodial Interference--Good Tarzan Fun!!
David A (br) wrote: The Time Traveller's FamilyKnown as 'Continuum' in the UK, I'll Follow You Down shows the consequences for a time traveller's family when he fails to return to his present without telling anyone what he was attempting.Annoyingly, the intriguing central concept falls foul of plodding plotting and poor performances across the board even from the usually reliable Gillian Anderson and Victor Garber, but still manages to provide an intelligent thoughtful film which will keep you watching to the end.