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Markie J (fr) wrote: I thought this film tried a little too hard to be funny. I really thought it would be better as the trailers obviously showed the best bits. Adam Copeland and Jamie Kennedy had a brilliant connection which made the film tolerable, and there are some pretty funny moments but it's a fairly slow-going film with not much of a story.
Carlos M (ag) wrote: Thematically, it may not be so original (The Village comes to mind), but there is something really fascinating in this extreme case of parental overprotection gone bizarre, as it raises inevitable questions about human nature, innocence and what makes us different from animals.
Li C (kr) wrote: Really nice I could say...
Mike W (au) wrote: This is a great premise and a great, fun film, even though it stalls a little in the middle. Ferrell, Fey and Cross are superb. The only thing that might let it down is that it really feels like it's more for adults than kids.
Greg W (ag) wrote: good sequel and proof once again why I NEVER fly in airplanes
Tracy F (br) wrote: Love this movie. Been a while since I watched. Still fun!
Gareth D (mx) wrote: For the Blackadder fans who agree Chaplin is unfunny and untalented, I suggest they watch this marvel. A movie gem that delights, cheers and demonstrates the sheer brilliance of the first icon of cinema. Unlike today's so-called 'comedy greats' (which are complete frauds) this man is the real thing.
Benjamin N (kr) wrote: slow motion fire scene at the end warrants 3
Neil O (ag) wrote: Effective film noir psychological thriller directed by Otto Preminger with a tightly woven screenplay adapted from Guy Endore's novel Methinks the Lady. Though some of the content is quite preposterous, Preminger cranks up the tension with consummate skill, to delieve quite an attractive little thriller.