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Henry P (br) wrote: 1/31/15Let's just be clear: Yes, I am an adult, and I enjoyed this movie. True, the plot went to the dogs in terms of sense, but those dogs managed to fetch lots of heart and a little drama. Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) has faced the first two years of middle school, and now we finally see him on summer vacation. While it moved briskly, there was a jumbled feeling to it, because it would seamfully cut from one scenario to another with little or no conclusion. Greg would be dealing with his dad, then his brother, then his dad. Negatives aside, Greg was as relatable as ever: We've all had those summers we wanted to be great, but everything kept backfiring on him. He receives the most development, while everyone else shows up, and then disappears. Everything on screen is there for a reason, but there is some obvious green-screening, regardless of whether or not you knew, you can tell. Edward Shearmer brings in the usual kind of score for these films, and pop music finds its place. It's not all music and noise when silence proves its effect in one part. The humor stays out of the dog house, and is front and center as always for these films. When you watch it, you'll be entertained, you'll feel like you know the main character, but you'll also crave something better written.8/4/12Diary of a Wimpy Kid's 3rd adaptation is a decent adaptation of the 3rd and 4th books. My problem with it is that there was too little of the third one, aside from the fear of being sent to Military School that Greg had because his dad saw what it did to that one boy who used to egg his house. The characters were very likable, even Rodrick, who was a total bleephole towards Greg. Some people might say that the jokes are cliche, but I swear I was laughing to death throughout the movie at certain points. I think that they could have still made the third and fourth books into SEPERATE movies instead of conjoining them since the actors would be too old for their roles. They should have done what Harry Potter did: Pick younger actors to grow into the role! In conclusion, I hope that next year's installment sticks purely to one book! (Not two or three)
Terri O (ca) wrote: This was like watching an After School high school production where they mixed plot lines with aspects of Sleeping With The Enemy, Notebook, & Message In A Bottle. The most unoriginal thing I've watched in a while plus the character development was so limited that I had no understanding why they fell in love with each other except for pure physical attraction. It's worth a quick sift through, probably better than reading the book if this is what it's based on. Saves you time, kind of like Clift Notes. For formulaic Girl Flick entertainment, if that's all I'm looking to entertain me, no one does it better than the South Korean TV industry. International licensing is great. Get subbed versions for free by downloading apps like Viki & DramaFever. Better yet just go online and stream them on places like KissAsian. They're more interesting than this stuff.
Cale b (ag) wrote: The films concept had the potential for a really gritty thriller however sadly the films simplistic dialog and method for telling the story isn't good. By the time you get to the underground lair you just don't care.
michael b (fr) wrote: they have gone too far
Private U (mx) wrote: The very first Catherine Breillat film I've seen and I love it. 36 Fillette totally promotes sexual exploration at a young age. Not only is this movie about discovering one's own sexuality, but it also touches on love/lust and heartache. Can't get enough of the honesty in this film, no matter how uncomfortable it may be - something very typical of Breillat films.
Alailson B (us) wrote: Envelheceu, sim, mal, mas o roteiro engraado e o charme das trs protagonistas enorme.
bill s (us) wrote: This is just a big roll your eyes movie.