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David M (kr) wrote: To be fair, I couldn't bring myself to watch this beyond the 20 minute mark (and even that took some effort), so maybe it gets better later on, but I really, really doubt it.
Paul D (ru) wrote: A pretty standard action film with Bruce Willis making way for a new breed of hero, although there's less impact value in Henry Cavill's performance than the aforementioned used to command. Sigourney Weaver gets to be fairly mean in this.
Franco B (au) wrote: This is the kind of crap you get when you stop the zapping just for the boobs.
bill s (de) wrote: The tension builds to a yawn.
Hayley B (br) wrote: a really nice film with a great cast
Gosia S (ag) wrote: Great movie!The mucis is wonderful... thank you Lorenc
Ian M (ag) wrote: A typical Kubrick masterpiece, divided into two distinct plot areas. The first half of the film is set at U.S. Marine Corps Basic Training at Parris Island, South Carolina amidst the Vietnam War. The audience is introduced to a variety of draftees who are to be transformed from civilians into killers, at the hands of Drill Instructor Gunnery Sergeant Hartman ( R. Lee Ernst). The second half of the film follows Corporal "Joker" (Matthew Modine), one of the Marines from the first segment as he works as a military journalist for Stars and Stripes, following a Marine infantry squad during the Tet Offensive.The film is overwhelmingly "anti-war". A major theme in the first segment is the brainwashing of humans to become ruthless killers. The second half seems more disconnected but a strong sense of apathy towards winning the war and a lack of purpose in being there rounds off one of Stanley Kubrick's more overlooked films from his later career.
Matthew H (es) wrote: Dante's Peak isn't the greatest movie ever, but in terms of movies about volcanoes, it's at the top of the list. The performances and the effects are mostly on par, with more than a few slip-ups in the screenwriting and script departments.
Kurt F (nl) wrote: 5/3/16 Unfortunately, there just isn't much of a story here, outside of his horrible upbringing. I was hooked in at the beginning of the film by his childhood upbringing, but then the plot just meanders over time. There doesn't seem to be much order to the events of his life, and it is a bit more about just trying to fit his songs into the story. Strong start, but it really fizzles out pretty quickly.