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Brandon S (nl) wrote: You change the title, and this is a perfectly acceptable B movie. But you place this movie behind the cinematic greatness of Sam Mendes' "Jarhead", and this is nothing short of cheapo absurdity.
Grant S (jp) wrote: Quirkily...silly.A comedy about two brothers (played by Will Ferrell and Diego Luna) in Mexico, fighting a drug baron (played by Gael Garcia Bernal). Meanwhile, a beautiful women (played by Genesis Rodriguez) adds to the intrigue...While it has some pretensions to being a modern western, the movie is clearly intended to be a comedy. Problem is, it's not that funny. The humour is offbeat, Mel Brooks sort of stuff. However, Blazing Saddles this is not - Blazing Saddles is funny...Therein lies the problem, I think - if the joke doesn't hit its mark it bombs entirely, and there are far more misses than hits in this movie.So what you have is mostly just silliness, rather than humour.
Bruce s (br) wrote: it is a remake but strong enough 2 stand on its own. and Sam is right he is not a shorts man . to under stand that look out the original. made in New Zealand
(it) wrote: Cast: Emmy Rossum, Zach Gilford, Ashley Springer, Rooney Mara, Ana Gasteyer, Alan Cumming, Sandra Bernhard, Michael Cassidy, Cady Huffman, Brianne Berkson, Adam Fleming, Chris Riggi Director: Adam Salky Summary: In their final semester before graduation from an affluent suburban high school, good girl Alexa (Emmy Rossum), outcast Ben (Ashley Springer) and bad boy Johnny (Zach Gilford) decide to shed their youthful inhibitions and take some very grown-up risks. My Thoughts: "Although the story is interesting, the story doesn't leave you feeling like it's finished. I found Johnny Drake's character to be the much more interesting one of the three. He seems to be having some major issues and I'd liked to have known more of his story. I love Zach Gilford. I first saw him on 'Friday Night Lights'. He is a great actor and was great in the role of Johnny Drake. I feel like Alexa and Ben use Johnny to find out who they are. He is more of an experiment for them then a human being. When he becomes vulnerable in front of them, it seems it humanized him and they didn't know how to handle it. He was no longer seen as an object for their own needs anymore. It was interesting, and a different kind of teen angst film I thought I was in for. The film is sad, twisted, and unique considering it's not your average teen flick. Worth the watch."
Van R (ca) wrote: EVIL EVIS director Andrew Prendergast and BLIND INJUSTICE scenarist Peter Sullivan appropriate the venerable manhunt plot from THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME and liven things up by placing a Hydra, the multi-head snake from Greek mythology that Hercules tangled with, for their contemporary horror epic HYDRA. Three men and one woman wind up being hunted on an uninhabited island by four wealthy safari hunters who have anted up $10-million a piece for the thrill of the kill. Each of the hunters has suffered the heartbreak of losing a loved one to a criminal so this amounts to a form of payback. Vincent Camden (Alex McArthur of the DESPERADO made-for-TV westers) calls it a higher form of justice. When so the Aegeas freighter captain, Mr. Sweet (Michael Shamus Wiles of FIGHT CLUB) and his second-in-command, Mr. Winters (Dwayne Adway of SOUL PLANE) inform Camden that the uninhabited island scheduled the manhunt on has vanished, they set a course for another island that they find on an old map. The trouble is that this island with its numerous volcanic eruptions is the home of the mythical snake the Hydra. Previously, three months before, the snake killed three men on an archeological expedition, but a woman managed to escape. Unfortunately for her, the ship that brought them to the island sank. The Hydra is a gigantic snake with three heads, but every time that any of the heads is destroyed, two more heads grow back to replace it. Camden kidnapped three killers and Mr. Sweet added a fourth, Tim Nolan (George Stults of SUPER CAPERS), who happens to be a former Special Forces soldier. The special effects are marginal and the characters sometimes behave in an idiotic manner. For example, Nolan, cuts off all but one head and it grows back and searches for him.
Daniel P (gb) wrote: It was alright--but I wasn't really satisfied with the story's resolution. I was hoping for more.
Alejandro R (gb) wrote: Overall a very moving and penetrating film with strong performances all around. Instead of it starting off slow, it actually seems to start out a bit rushed in those early sessions between Antwone and his therapist (Denzel Washington). After a while the film falls into a good pace and rhythm as the story unfolds of Antwone's very challenging past through his revealing to his therapist. The bond formed between the therapist and patient extends well beyond professional boundaries, but as a result both men learn something very valuable about themselves in the journey and become better men due to that relationship.It's a great autobiographical story and an impressive directorial debut from Denzel. He delivers another stellar performance here as well.
Luke S (it) wrote: Full of terrible dialogue, horrible casting and a couple with 0 chemistry, Attack of the Clones is the worst Star Wars movie ever made
Sean C (ag) wrote: This was my first foray into the Tomie series of films. It was released in 1999, but seems to look older to me. It was kind of a slow burn movie. Very strange like most Japanese horror films, but I liked it and will be watching more of the series.
Paul D (kr) wrote: Well meaning but flawed fairy story, mainly because of a low-budget.
Lowell H (de) wrote: Not sure why I enjoy apocalypse movies so much-- but this is a fun one. Perpetually tortured-looking Ray Milland directed and starred in the film, and his trigger-happy son was played by Frankie Avalon. A family's camping trip is extended due to an atomic holocaust-- although the film is pretty dark it feels like a jazzy pilot for a survivalist TV drama.
Abigail S (ag) wrote: I have mixed feelings about this movie. The storyline was intriguing enough, about Nazi spies in the US. Not Bogey's best but still quite enjoyable with a few hilarious scenes, a couple of outlandish predicaments, and Bogart, as Gloves Donahue, a glove-wearing, gambling mama's boy.
Sherie P (kr) wrote: great movie! very sad, touching ending