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Dan M (us) wrote: Interesting, unique.
Karen R (gb) wrote: Good movie, as is all of his.
Phillip D (us) wrote: It's becoming rather trendy these days to consider Equilibrium a decent if not downright good film, at least in a cult following manner of speaking. Fearing I had missed something of importance in the science fiction genre, I watched the film with a glimmer of hope. Alas, Equilibrium is probably worse than the critics gave it credit for. Bale does the best he can, transforming himself as he always has but unfortunately, Wimmer has prepared nothing for him. As was the case with Ultraviolet (a movie that is practically a stepsister to this monstrosity), Equilibrium is plagued by atrocious CGI, preposterous effects and a lazy plot that offers little to the audience. In a room crowded by films like Blade, Underworld and Resident Evil, the bar for a film like this isn't high. Unfortunately, you can't take yourself or your movie seriously. Wimmer makes both these mistakes, failing to include the humor of Blade or the blatant sexuality of Underworld and Resident Evil, not to mention the over the top violence that made those movies so fun. Instead, Wimmer seems convinced he's created some deep thinking science fiction masterpiece. Instead he's just hacked up the remains of The Matrix, a film this movie literally draws scenes and actions directly from in a manner so close to plagiarism, I'm surprised the lawyers didn't come knocking. Indeed this film has all manners of copycatting syndrome, stealing bits from Resident Evil while pirating atmosphere and tone from every science fiction film from Bladerunner to the Fifth Element. It's a hodgepodge of crap and no one should have to wade through it, much less suffer through over an hour of the main character barely arcing whatsoever. Wimmer should have stuck to his day job. That is, not directing.
Shaun B (nl) wrote: Run-of-the-mill thriller with a good looking cast.
Yuri B (jp) wrote: "Mr. Cutler is talking to you"... "I'm through talking" ... just loved this movie & I can't really explain it unless you're a Stallone fan... then you'd get it!
Manisha D (ag) wrote: So many parallels between the 1968 and 2000 DNC.
Connor W (de) wrote: Honestly one of my favorite comedies and iv'e watched 100's. I dont even know where to start with this movie, the casting is perfect, the idea is brilliant yet so simple and has never been done this way before. Also i want to add that the synergy between Paul Rudd and Jason Segel was so on point. ( must watch )
Kris B (gb) wrote: Far more earnest and innocent than I would have expected. Not that that's a bad thing.
Jake T (au) wrote: Why isn't this 100% fresh
Alex A (es) wrote: Wayne's World, the SNL skit stretched into a popular motion picture, was a subjectively underwhelming affair. It has a handful of clever moments spread around it like satirical product placement and a T-1000 cameo, but "comedy" wise the humor almost never landed, only garnering a smirk most of the time and coming off as goofy instead of funny. The charm and exuberance of the two lead actors and quirky characters made Wayne's World an at least tolerable affair, but not one I intend to revisit.