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Kattis K (jp) wrote: What a great little flick! quite a wonderful aussie nugget. I found it hilarious and I was on the edge of my seat. Yes it is a 5 star , so glad I stumbled upon it.
Ryan G (es) wrote: Pretty entertaining, but lags in a lot of areas. Picking up the supposed prop head though is a classic.
Amanda H (kr) wrote: The only thing that kept me from rating this one star was that I laughed throughout most of it. Holy crap, this was bad.
Russ B (ca) wrote: 6/12/2015: A pretty good movie. A nice story with some laughs.
Aakash G (it) wrote: better than the previous ones for sure :/but not good enough yet
Maineutral R (de) wrote: Cheesy fun? More like a misfire actually. After the disastrous American Film "Godzilla" (by I-don't-care-about-story director Roland Emmerich), Toho did a quick retaliation on the monster merely one year after. The result is a mixed bag, that takes the King of Monsters back with a cool new design and some disappointingly executed CGI and Blue screen effects...still, it is a lot better than Roland Emmerich's shitty version. Godzilla comes back, but that's not all, a UFO also comes back and has some sinister plans for us. What are those? Destruction, what else, and also use Godzilla's cells to create a monster of their own, resulting in Orga, the new monster that Godzilla battles here. It's surprising that they have Godzilla fighting a monster in the first of a new series; usually he's solo on those. However, the battles are disappointingly slow and they never feel compelling or uplifting. The special effects on miniatures and costumes are still good, but the blue screen and CGI sucks balls, making the film look inconsistent and worse. The story gets a little heavy on the UFO, and Godzilla appears for a total of 40 minutes I would say. It all comes to a half-boring half-entertaining movie, but if you're looking for something to forget Roland's take on the monster, this might be your movie, but you can't expect the best of the best. This is the first on the Millennium series, and it starts weak. It has some cheesy effects and some entertaining moments, but overall, I was expecting something far more fun to watch; it is a fact I won't come back to see this film any time soon. It wasn't awful, but it didn't reach my expectations. You have 1 hour and 47 minutes to spear? Here you can use them.
Amethyst v (es) wrote: Sad movie about a mother coming to terms with the fact she is dying of cancer. A daughters sacrifice to help her mum cope whilst her husband avoids the issue by refusing to change his life and continues inappropriate flings. Inspite of this his wife loves him to the end & the daughter has to forgive and come to terms with her fathers means of coping with the tragedy facing him..
J B (ag) wrote: The conclusion of this movie unintentionally illustrates some of the major problems with law enforcement.
Paul J (ru) wrote: Okay, I can understand why it was banned. There are some extremely gruesome moments throughout. That said, it's an incredible bore. With only a couple horrific scenes, the rest plods along at a tiresome pace.
William Toby B (ru) wrote: I Loved it! I think it has a Great story and effects! I LOVED IT!
Marcus W (us) wrote: Tries to be cool and forgets to be interesting or engaging.
Bill W (au) wrote: This piece of wartime propaganda does some very negative stereotyping of Japanese people. The film would have been much stronger if it had been fairer to the Japanese, but considering when it was made that just wasn't in the cards. Though Bogart is always good, his discomfort at playing the racist leaks through.
James H (us) wrote: Any movie with Edward G. Robinson has to be good/ He is one of a handful of actors that has never appeared in a bad film. This is a fine gangster drama, much better than average. Typical Warner Brothers production at that time, good quality and professionally done.
Heather M (ag) wrote: This is a wonderful, sappy love story. Long's character is a bit neurotic, but very lovable.
Dana M (jp) wrote: Meryl Street and Margo Martindale are excellent here. I think there were too many characters to service here and so many of them felt superfluous. The husband and boyfriends, save for Little Charles served no purpose and the time spent on them and the granddaughter could have been better used to flesh out the daughters and the core family a bit more. The dinner scene was fabulous and they probably could have cut most of what came after it until the last 20 minutes of the movie and it would have been tighter and more compelling.
Evans R (es) wrote: similar to the Prophecy
Jacob B (ca) wrote: Kinda made you like Metallica a little more
Griffin R (fr) wrote: Interesting premise with the promising inclusion of the talented star Natalie Portman. Falls flat due to bad writing.Despite the title, Jane rarely handles a gun, and never with the badassery I expected. This is not a one-woman war for revenge. This is a woman of medicore shooting skills teaming up with an also medicore male gunslinger to shoot maybe five people, and we don't even see half of the shooting happen. A film that seems to be set up as an action flick is mostly talking. The movie seems like it was written in a week and filmed without editing. It's never boring, but there are so many weaknesses and underused ideas, to the point of leaving the viewer confused.It's not all bad, though. The acting is decent, except for Portman, who is good for what she was given. There's a touching plot of motherhood, and Jane is a strong and compelling character despite her relative lack of violence. The visual element is also decent, with some good examples of set and costuming.Overall, I was disappointed to not enjoy it more, but I liked it alright for what it was.