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Keith L (br) wrote: For what it is, Alpha and Omega 2 is pretty good as a sequel to an amazing and underrated first film. Yes, the animation does not level up to the first, some of the lines in the movie are random, and the movie doesn't have a well-executed ending. However, looking at this film as a movie (or a Christmas special, since the movie is only 45 minutes), it's harmless. I was VERY skeptical when they said that they were getting different voice actors for the main characters, but honestly, most of them sound very much like the original voice cast. Even Ben Diskin, who replaces Justin Long as Humphrey, does a good job, although at times sounding like his character from the overrated cartoon Codename: Kids Next Door. Overall, this is a good extension of the Alpha and Omega franchise, but in NO way is it better than the first movie, and neither will the next two movies that will be released.
Keshav K (kr) wrote: hilarious nonsense. keep out your brain. decide to laugh.
Al M (br) wrote: What is there to say about a film called Urban Legends: Bloody Mary? Technically a part of the Urban Legends film series (the first of which was modestly entertaining as far as slasher films go), this entry bears little relation to its predecessors except in its title. If you expect a film about the actual Bloody Mary urban legend, then you will be disappoint because the film doesn't even seem to realize that you have to recite the name in front of a mirror for the curse to work. Instead, this film becomes a typical slasher film in which a group of teenagers commit a crime that comes back to haunt the town in later days. Whether the threat is supernatural or not is a question that remains open until late in the film. A completely predictable but moderately entertaining supernatural slasher, Urban Legends: Blood Mary is ultimately a piece of garbage but one that will at least someone amuse the horror fan in need of new entertainment.
Chris A (it) wrote: The songs bits are hit and miss, but when Silverman is doing her standup, she's at the top of her game. This is what Carlos Mencia wants to be, but fails miserably at.
Clayton W (br) wrote: Harvie Krumpet is a fantastic short that won the Oscar a few years ago. It came to my attention because it was done by Adam Eliot, who made Mary and Max, which you must see if you haven't already. Harvie Krumpet is done in the same style, but the animation is a bit more primitive and the story is simpler and more quickly told, this being a short. There are lots of great images, and Geoffrey Rush is the perfect narrator to relay the mix of laughter and sadness. Harvie faces a lot of tragedy in his life, and it makes for a very enjoyable watch. Fakt 1024: You should watch this film.
Melissa S (it) wrote: Sweet, sweet movie. :) I enjoyed it.
Michael S (de) wrote: The opening scene has John Travolta lauding the gritty realism of "Dog Day Afternoon." Pity that "Swordfish" is an overly stylized mess notable only for Halle Berry's topless scene. The scenes with Travolta name dropping older films feel like desperate attempts to mimic Tarantino dialogue.
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Carlos M (us) wrote: A sincere and touching drama with laudable performances by William Hurt and Marlee Matlin, whose wonderful chemistry together always convinces us of their characters' feelings for each other and of the real, authentic difficulties they meet in their relationship.
fatina H (au) wrote: must see again five star
Byron B (nl) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR
Harrison F (kr) wrote: I love me a good pulp adventure story and this one this one, based on the novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, is quite fun and nostalgic. "At the Earth's Core" is similar to films like "The Land that Time Forgot" and novels like Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" with one major flaw: an aw factor. Sorry, but a rubber-suit monster mash in the late 70's just doesn't cut it considering the mind blowing effects already showcased in earlier films like King Kong and anything by Harryhausen. One thing that needs to be said, as it brings about most of the film's humor (though unintentionally) is the character of Dr. Abner Perry. It is hysterical watching Peter Cushing, better known for his performance in the 1977 film "Star Wars" as the infamous villain, Grand Moff Tarkin, portray this turn of the century gratuitously proper and bumbling idiot doctor. He almost made the film worthwhile. Almost.
Jon T (jp) wrote: A fast, fun kung fu flick with two likable leads and an insane Brittany Murphy. At times it's pretty goofy, but it's also clever and exciting and funny.
Jonny P (es) wrote: Vermeer's painting, "Girl with a Pearl Earring," is my favorite of all time. There is so much mystery filling the wide eyes of this young lady. Whose jewelry is she wearing, and who is she looking at with such a longing desire? The painting is marvelous and this film does a nice job of fictionalizing its creation. As a lover of this masterwork, I do take a small issue with the fact that Scarlett Johansson is not an identical match to the girl, but she portrays the character well and I am amazed at how plain the make-up artists were able to make her until she is subtly transformed into this iconic figure. The scene when he paints her is absolutely chilling if you are a fan of this work and Colin Firth brings life to Vermeer. While the story is slow at times and could be better, I'd recommend this unique period piece to any art fan out there. Absolutely beautiful.
Joseph L (ca) wrote: If you enjoy Jane Austen and Perry Mason then you will enjoy this , the film has the intricacies of life and the choices one must make , Kate here excels as a women with a mission
Nolan M (de) wrote: A good action-packed sequel. Not as good as the original, but is worth seeing.
Steve W (us) wrote: Definitely one of the more fine tuned films about cards and gambling, Mississippi Grind is more of a road trip character study than it is a sort of win big movie. it explores the lives of a destructive gambler who is good at poker but doesn't know when to stop (Gerry), and a drifter named Curtis who is good himself but plays fast and loose and never likes to be tied down to any one place. Together they explore each other's weaknesses and strengths, but it also gives us a dark and morbid look at gambling addiction. The ending is a bit on the soft side, but the movie has excellent performances and a very low key script more focused on dialogue and characters than about the glamour of winning, for a refreshing change of pace for this kind of movie.