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Evan O (au) wrote: Saw the first 45 minutes on plane to Madrid 6/22/2014, and the last 45 mintues coming back to Philly on 8/14/2014, and it was fantastic. Perhaps one of the most touching documentaries/life stories I've ever heard, all presented in a very simple format with Tyson up on stage telling his story accompanied by pictures (and a few videos) projected behind him.
David T (mx) wrote: Interesting concept for kids. Would of worked better if it was Made-For-TV for Cartoon Network, or some other child-geared network. Kids might like it but parents will probably inspire to leave the room to do something constructive. I liked it but I would of liked it more had I been the appropriate age upon viewing.
Antonius B (it) wrote: Full disclosure, I would probably see Ellen Page and Jason Bateman in anything, I love them both so much. Page is of course in the starring role here, and delivers an outstanding performance as the quirky Juno, a high school who finds herself pregnant after spontaneous sex with her nerdy friend (Michael Cera). The film is very well made, with clever dialog and composed of countless little moments that are amusing, despite dealing with a serious subject. Juno resolves to give the baby up for adoption to a yuppie couple played by Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner, but things get complicated with Bateman's character begins getting close to her because of their interests in rock music and slasher films, kindling long-standing desires on his part to do more in life before becoming a father.This is a very well-cast movie from top to bottom. J.K. Simmons plays Juno's father who is generally kind and supportive, but expresses his disappointment by saying "I thought you were the kind of girl who knew when to say when". Page's facial reaction, followed by her response, "I don't really know what kind of girl I am" is priceless, and just one of many great scenes for her. Allison Janney plays her step-mom, and has a powerful moment telling off the ultrasound technician while sticking up for Juno, and then later quipping "doctors are sadists who like to play God and watch lesser people scream". Cera plays awkward teenage dorkiness naturally, and Olivia Thirlby turns in a solid performance as Juno's friend. This is a 'teenage film' that is smart, and has so many positive messages; it's accepting of unorthodox kids and difficult situations, which everyone deals with as Juno does, with humor and head up high. It's an empowering film, and a love story. The scene of Cera and Page strumming guitars and singing 'Anyone Else But You' (by The Moldy Peaches) is a sweet ending and caps off a nice alternative/indie soundtrack. Page really established herself with this film, and is well worthy of the Academy Award nomination she received.
Felipe M (gb) wrote: Always cheers me up. Full of magic and hope. Lovely cinematography. Diane Lane is charming.
Keith B (es) wrote: Not quite sure what all the fuss is about...
Rambo R (jp) wrote: This movie had everything! Total roller coaster, mind boggling flick
Johan W (kr) wrote: war is never pretty ... neither was this one ... the strength of character exibited by these diverse women is what the story is actually about ... very good
Rob A (ca) wrote: A great old movie! Hoffman was great in this role.
Ben S (fr) wrote: GOD WAS WRONG!!!Insert clever filmy thing here.
Edward C (jp) wrote: Justice League: War(2014)Starring: Michelle Monaghan, Alan Tudyk, Sean Astin, Shemar Moore, Christopher Gorham, Justin Kirk, Jason O' Mara, Steve Blum, George Newborn, Zach Callison, Bruce Thomas, Lara Jill Miller, Rocky Carroll, and Georgie KidderDirected By: Jay OliviaReviewA TIME WHEN HEROES BECAME LEGENDS."You Can Call Us The Super Seven"All my life I have been more a Marvel person which is something I have stated in a few reviews but when it came to DC I always loved Superman, Supergirl and Batman. Superman is my favorite and so is his cousin, I always found Batman to be overrated because people say "He's better than Superman Because he's Batman" which is the most illogical and idiotic things I've ever heard and for the love of God it needs to stop. With DC now booming with Supergirl on NBC, The Flash and Arrow on CW, DC is becoming great but I've never taken a fondness to Shazam or Wonder Woman, but with this movie it totally changed my mind.The world is under attack by an alien armada led by the powerful Apokoliptian, Darkseid. A group of superheroes consisting of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg, and Shazam must set aside their differences and gather together to defend Earth.I am hoping to see this as a live action feature in the DC Extended Universe because to me this is how the DC Universe should have started anyway I mean if this was the first movie in the DC Extended Universe and not Man of Steel critics would probably love it, fans would shit themselves, and then after this you could do the standalone movies and we would be excited to see those characters. I thought that this really captured how badass DC can be, the voice acting is great, the animation is awesome and the costumes that their wearing the designs for Superman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Green Lantern they should have went with those designs, well granted we haven't seen the new Green Lantern yet but I'm talking about the designs for Wonder Woman and Superman if their costumes looked just like this I would be like OH MY GOD!In the end though DC animation is the best stuff in superhero animation, I give Justice League: War a four and a half out of five.
Evan J (au) wrote: Why do people love Space Jam, but do not like this? Sure Space Jam is better, but not by much. Looney Tunes: Back in Action is a fun quality movie.
Paul H (kr) wrote: Should have caught this movie in the theater. Loved it. Jake Gyllenhaal was great and creepy.
Tony P (gb) wrote: I was intrigued to watch a movie I had never heard about but wanted to compare to another Formula One film I saw a couple of years ago, Rush.Here James Garner is the main star (he sadly died a few months ago). Garner was quite a competent driver in his own right.The film shows off lavish cinematography in terms of colour, and speed of the cars. The film stock/cameras used must have been the best available.The film isn't just about fast cars endlessly lapping racing circuits but explores the drivers and their partner's emotions about fear, injury, death and triumph.Similar to the film Rush directed by Ron Howard which exolores the real life rivalry of star drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt this film explores rivalries albeit in a fictional manner. The film uses teal locations and features good camerawork to show the speed of the cars which even in 1966 reached speeds of 180-200 miles per hour.It would have been interesting to see James Garner and frien and car afficionado Steve McQueen in this film together as rivals.Definitely a film for racing fans only.