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Nelson M (nl) wrote: A very interesting documentary put out by Radical Media/CNN Films. Had the pleasure of getting an advancing screening at work, quality checking it before it gets released in theaters. Well done Mr. Berlinger.
Allan C (us) wrote: Throwback film to the heyday of 1990s ultra violent Quentin Tarantino ripoffs. Like most of those films, the script is full of attempts at being quirky (D.L. Hughley plays an outspoken legless man), has several overlapping stories, and treats the very gory violence with a comedic touch. The basic story is that Paz Vega, a high end escort, has some incriminating evident that a group of disparate characters are all after. Besides Hughley and Vega, Christopher McDonald (Shooter from "Happy Gilmore) is probably the next most famous of actor in the film. What Tarantino does so well in his films is that he takes a story you've seen a hundred times before and makes it the best version of that story you've ever seen. Tarantino has a very unique voice in his films, but when other filmmakers try to ape that voice, it always comes off as a pale imitation. The best films that came out of the 1990s wave of crime films had their own voice ("Out of Sight," "The Usual Suspects," "Get Shorty," etc.) and were simply unconventional crime films. "Cat Run" is unmistakably a film that's trying to ape Tarantino and suffers for it. However, what the film lacks in originality, it does make up for in enthusiasm. Director John Stockwell gets a fair amount of credit for solid direction of the many action sequences and for keeping the film moving at a brisk pace. But I do have to say that Janet McTeer as a British assassin named Helen, who looks more like a librarian than skilled killer, steals the movie. Nothing brilliant here, but if you're in the mood for an okay Tarantino knockoff, like "Love and a .45" or "Smokin' Aces" you could do worse than this one.
shanul h (br) wrote: The characters were interesting and I enjoyed listening to their music.
Kai R (us) wrote: A movie that could have been so much more, 'Let Me In' isn't particularly worth watching without fully exploring the book beforehand.
Melanie D (es) wrote: A modern retelling of Beauty and the Beast - it's not bad but at times feels a bit clunky as it struggles to follow the original storyline too closely. (Why would she really move into his house?!) Admirable though it is in sentiment (that inner beauty is what really counts) it's a shame that this message was completely undermined at the end of the film when his looks are returned to him - it would have been a refreshing change if he'd stayed "ugly" wouldn't it?!
L N (fr) wrote: The plot was kinda cliche, and the violence possibly a tad excessive, but I wouldn't say it was a -bad- movie.
Jerry R (mx) wrote: This movie is just amazing. The only flaw is the beginning that scene was a little corny
Megumi Y (nl) wrote: love the film. not sure at all about how it's called in english tho'. its japanese name is just as bad, godard would collapse.
Ben P (br) wrote: I used to love this film when I was younger.
Noel F (mx) wrote: speaking of the movie that relies heavily on two actors (really)... this could be one of them... I admire both Jude Law and Michael Caine for pulling up a movie that has both of their faces all through out the film... both really did well...kudos also to the director for coming out with all of the possible angles needed to make a movie as it is... only problem I had is that the film is a bit confusing or maybe I haven't fully grasped the message of the film yet.. I heard that the original is good... hoping to watch it soon...
Adriana V (ca) wrote: i dunno how good the story is, im just a sucker for lena's voice.
Crystal H (ag) wrote: Ok so the special effects were great, but all the Mad Max films since the #2 in the original series Mad Max - Thunder Road have suffered by being lame attempts to repeat that success
Aidan S (br) wrote: Perfect sequel and best line "F**k em!"