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Joe E (jp) wrote: If a one-minute trailer is unwatchable, imagine sitting through 90 minutes. Do they sell Pepto-Bismol at the snack bar?
Virginia T (it) wrote: I loved the twisted ending.
Paul L (de) wrote: This is the earthy, Portland-dwelling cousin of "My Dinner With Andre."
layo i (au) wrote: very good love to see full movie
Tom R (it) wrote: Shame on those who made Home Alone 4, which in my mind, is the worst sequel of all time (and I've seen some BAD Highlander sequels). It features Kevin McCallister (yes, the kid from the first two) battling burglars in a high tech "smart house." It contains none of the charm or intelligence of the first and makes Home Alone 3 look like 2001: A Space Odyssey. It has way more issues than you can even imagine. WHY was the main character Kevin seem to go down in age? Why does he have only two siblings and where is the rest of his family? When did his parents get divorced? Could the 'traps' be any lamer? Who could write this kind of dialogue and get away with it? The cinematography is rushed, the production design is uncreative, and the movie just feels "cold." It doesn't have the warm feeling of family and Christmas that the original had. Instead, it has French Stewart somehow overacting and underacting at the same time. This TV movie's badness can't be contained. Home Alone 4 is a bastardization of a once classic Christmas franchise and
Kevin L (mx) wrote: the best ultraman movie, even better than Tiga Final Odyssey
Stefanie C (ca) wrote: charming and horrifying
Jay B (es) wrote: Charming and quite entertaining.
John M (gb) wrote: If this series stays this consistently second-rate, I'm going to quickly run out of things to say about it. So the puppets have managed to resurrect their creator, Andre Toulon (Steve Welles). When a group of paranormal investigators start researching his former hotel residence, you know that there is going to be death by puppets. I'm only two movies in, and I think I've begun to regret my decision to experience this series in his entirety, but I've got moxie, so I will muscle through. I actually got my hopes up at the beginning, as the actors playing the paranormal investigators featured here can deliver their lines better than the full cast of the first one, but then it was slowly revealed who the hero to this story is: Collin Bernsen, who is probably the worst actor to be found in either of the first two movies. The biggest positive from the first film is completely absent here: the POV puppet cam. It was easily the most interesting aspect about the original, and I was severely disappointed that this new director chose not to include it. I think I can pinpoint why this series is as mediocre as it is, and it's not because of low budgets. As an audience member, ask yourself this question: What do you want to see in a movie about killer puppets? Obviously, it's puppets maliciously attacking people, and to see them get into overall mischief. This saves the majority of what you are looking to see for the third act, and pretty much everything that is interesting about this movie occurs in the last 15 minutes; being that so much of the first 70 minutes is excruciatingly dull, when you finally get to the good stuff, you're kind of ready for it to be over, as so much of this has felt like a chore in watching it. There is also much less memorable content featured in this movie, although I will say that the addition of the Nazi puppet Torch is a definite high point. When you break this down, it is hard to be genuinely frightened of something that is 1/8 the size of you, and the thing that this series desperately needs is an injection of any sort of humor; these are killer puppets, it is okay to wink at the camera. Any stuff that doesn't involve puppets or Toulon, you couldn't care less, and speaking frankly, I can only see this series getting worse.
Andrey B (ag) wrote: A feel good movie about aging filled with too much of sentimentality. But it's charming in its own way.
Garrett C (es) wrote: This is my kind of film. Gut punch dialogue worthy of Chandler, sharp cinematography, swingin' music, killer actors, and a complex web of lies spread over its gloriously slimy world of darkness.
Farah R (de) wrote: The historical aspects of this drama are the core of its entertainment. The costumes, language, and settings all contribute to the credibility of that time period. There are however, a few downsides to Agora as the way the topic of religion is addressed is somewhat offensive and the cast isn't so great.
Michael J (mx) wrote: Still five stars. Holds up!
(es) wrote: This was just below kind of okay, it was pretty lazy actually, and I thought this movie could've done much better.