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Aliens appear at the UN and invite Earth to join the Galactic Federation, there is a catch though, Earth has one year to send a team of it's best fighters to represent the planet in an ...
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Jason T (kr) wrote: Better than the live action movies. Good cg, action and plot. The voice acting could be better.
Jennifer M (jp) wrote: Interesting, but too much time spent about how Bjorn has taken a hit. While all the ideas are great, and can have a lot of impact, there was nothing to address how to get big interest out of the way. Without that, things will never change.
Jos C (mx) wrote: Que pelicula tan inspiradora
Heather M (ru) wrote: This one sounds awful.
Sara P (au) wrote: A little too much like a blend of Liar, Liar and Shallow Hal. Some of the attempts at comedy feel awkward and contrived, and some are just gross. On the bright side, Zooey Deschanel is adorable and loveable, as always.
Sgt C (fr) wrote: (34%)It could have been a fun popcorn movie with its good cast, setting, and effects, but the script is far too lazy and broken for that to happen, with its lack of decent laughs, and terrible plot. It's not the worst big Hollywood folly ever, it just breaks a big mass market movie rule in that it's a hard movie to take any real enjoyment from.
Josh C (jp) wrote: 1 of the funniest movies within the last 20 years!
David A (gb) wrote: Atmospheric, sure, but damn, this "horror" wannabe was absolutely dreadful and dull. The main protagonist... No, the "actor" looked like he was bored filming the entire movie. He only had one expression throughout. Was he eye candy or something? Where was the scares? I seen this exorcism bullshit many times, can Hollywood be any more original? Probably not.
Jake P (jp) wrote: Roy Ayers put it best in the theme song for Coffy, "Such a rare black pearl, in a great big world."
Alex H (de) wrote: There's a lot to love in here, not least of which are, as the RT consensus points out, the visuals and Kinski's Dracula. The production design and locations are often a wonder to behold (though they are occasionally sabotaged by anachronistically hard lighting). Kinski steals the show, bringing a lot of pain and mania to the character. Tragic Dracula is best Dracula. But I can't shake the feeling that were it not for the names attached to this, it wouldn't be nearly as fondly remembered as it is. It's consistently awkward and ungraceful in that peculiar 70s Herzog way, and feels twice its length. Let me do an edit and I'll make it a much better flowing movie. Still, like The Count of Monte Cristo imo, the story at the core is so good that it's hard not to enjoy.
Chris M (gb) wrote: This well-made, well-acted, well-shot film is gritty, deliberately paced and has something to say about the bleakness of declining steel-mill towns, the insidious pervasiveness of drugs and crime, and the impact of war on returning Veterans. But somehow it's less than the sum of its parts. The individual character stories overwhelm rather than illuminate the broader themes, which means it will not live long in the memory.There's a stellar cast acting their socks off here - Christian Bale is especially terrific, and if you like your Woody Harrelson as a Backwoods version of Rampart, you'er in for a treat. But, but but... if I was going to recommend how you should spend a couple of hours, it would be to watch the first 2/3 of The Deer Hunter - by which point you'd want to watch the final hour as well.This film is so indebted to The Deer Hunter in story, setting, tone and even specific scenes (hunting a deer, PTSD, lost love) it's almost a remake. And that inspiration and cast nearly make this a very good film. But not quite.