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Pavandeep S (nl) wrote: Interesting film heavily inspired by Taiwanese dramas. Very fascinating concept being a Singaporean myself with some intriguing performances. A tale of Singapore in glimpses.
Jeff W (us) wrote: Totally gross and a waste of your time.
Eric S (es) wrote: Everybody's favorite canine detective is back again. The Scooby Gang still seem fresh and vibrant in their latest straight-to-DVD adventure, Scooby-Doo: Abracadabra-Doo, over 40 years after their first television appearance. The Mystery Machine is a newer model and now has a very annoying GPS, but that's about all that's changed. The script writers do seem to keep up with the times, seeing that this new adventure takes place at a magic school that is reminiscient of Harry Potter's Hogwarts. It also features a very cool gryphon that flies around snapping at everyone and causing all kinds of ruckus. The story has all the right elements you've come to expect from a Scooby-Doo movie: a big and dark house or mansion, the eccentric cast of suspects, and a creepy or foggy landscape. There's even a foreboding groundskeeper, voiced by John DiMaggio (Bender on Futurama, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ben 10), who is constantly warning everyone of impending danger. Speaking of the cast, Matthew Lillard has picked up duties from longtime voice talent and radio DJ Kasey Kasem. Lillard does a great job, as if anyone ever had any doubt he could after playing the part in the two original live-action Scooby-Doo films. Frank Welker returns once again to voice both Scooby and Fred, thankfully. Mindy Cohn (The Facts of Life) again voices Velma. There's also some really cool guest voices, like John Stephenson (the narrator of Dragnet, Wacky Races, The Flintstones), Olivia Hack (The Brady Bunch movies, Hey Arnold! The Movie, Open Season 2), and Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development, The Larry Sanders Show, Hellboy 1 & 2). The animation is the same comfortable look that we've come to expect. It's pretty much the look of What's New, Scooby Doo? A mix of the classic feel of the original television show and new animation technology. Thankfully, it doesn't look like the horrific animation of Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! I definitely enjoyed this new entry in the Scooby series. Your kids will love it and it will keep their attention. This is good and entertaining family fun.
Willow M (au) wrote: Horrible movie. I expected much more because the trailer looked awesome. Starts off great but you quickly lose interest. The movie tries to be complex and deep but fails miserably.
MariePier D (us) wrote: That was kind of depressing, Where is the happy ending All Jane Austen's books have...
Markus A (jp) wrote: "Lord of War" is a movie with a fascinating plot and one of Nicolas Cage's greatest performances. All this combined with Andrew Niccol's terrific direction makes it all a nice little package worth watching.
Sampsa K (us) wrote: Top 3 worst movies I have ever seen has a new member, behind only Pluto Nash (2002) and Limelight (1952).Written and directed by Louis C.K. you might expect amusement, but this movie was sheer agony! It had the humor value of a 1 min comedy bit, but they made 70 minutes of it. Turns out this is exactly what happened - Pootie Tang was a indeed originally a sketch character in The Chris Rock Show. Man, should've left it there.I might not be in the target audience of this spoof, considering I haven't watched a blaxploitation movie in my life, but damn, this was fucking awful!
Logan M (ru) wrote: David Cronenberg takes an off the wall artistic license and the result is this bizarre, but questionable allegory of drug addiction.
Ryan C (es) wrote: "Four Brothers" is gritty and boasts some great action sequences in this revenge thriller, but the plot is too scattered that even it's top-notch actors can't save the poor final act.
Pia K (fr) wrote: Kiva leffa, hyvt nyttelijt. Jaksoin katsoa toistamiseen. (Suom. Oikeanlaista kemiaa)