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Kashfia F (jp) wrote: Got bored in many parts :-/
Keenan S (ag) wrote: Alpha And Omega is a bland and boring animated film. It's hard to really pin down what makes it so bad - maybe the fact that it's so run-of-the-mill with everything that it does, or maybe even the fact that it feels outdated as it feels like some straight-to-video garbage from the 90's that somehow found life in 2010 (Though it was certainly crushed by its competition that year). It feels outdated, has no interesting spin on ideas, and overall just has a hollow and empty feel to it. It shouldn't exist, but it does.As the title suggests, the plot is about two wolves with two very different personalities. Kate is an alpha wolf and considered to be among the elite wolves in the park area they live in because the domineering and strong-willed personalities of the Alpha wolves. Humphrey, on the other hand, is an Omega wolf, and the Omega wolves seem to the laid back slackers of the wolves. Due to tradition, Alpha and Omega wolves can never be together, even though Humphrey has a crush on Kate.When mating season is on the horizon, Kate's father wants her to be partnered up with Garth, to quiet the dispute between the western and eastern wolf packs. After a disappointing ritual where Garth couldn't howl for shit (His howling is so terrible birds fall from the sky), Kate wanders off to be by herself and runs into Humphrey.During their conversation, the two end up getting tranquilized by a park ranger, put into cages, and sent to Idaho to repopulate the wolves in that particular national park. Now, with the help of golf-playing French-Canadian goose and his British duck caddy, the duo must find their way back home before things get out of hand between the western and eastern packs, while also growing close to one another in the process - in short, you already know what's going to happen.The story is very routine in a way that I would describe as assembly line cliches. There is not an iota of creativity or any interesting spin on old ideas. You know precisely what is going to happen like clockwork. Even the over the top scenarios that happen like sledding down a mountain on a log feels routine and just plain boring. Every antic, every joke, every adventure sequence, every moment of romantic tension - you've seen it done many times before and many times before better. The characters are routine, the adventure falls flat, the humor falls flat, and the overall tone the story provides is just plain boring. I don't mind familiarity in ideas and concepts, but I do mind when said familiarity puts out no energy and interesting spins on these things.As far as the acting goes, I will commend the performances by Justin Long and Hayden Panettiere as the two leads because they had an easy chemistry with one another and made their characters more alive than what the scripts would allow. Sadly, this was the last film for Dennis Hopper (Boy, I miss the days of him having over the top roles in Waterworld, Speed, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), though this certainly isn't the worst thing he's appeared in (The Crow: Wicked Prayer...UGH). He gave a fine performance, though his character was mostly neglected. The same goes for Danny Glover. The rest of the cast tries their hardest, but with such low-grade material, there's not much they can do.When it comes to the humor, most of it wasn't funny. There were a few moments that made me chuckle, but most of it fell flat, especially jokes that were more adult-themed which just ended up being annoying. Even the jokes feel routine and done to death like the rest of the film. It's just not funny most of the time.As far as adventure films go, it falls flat yet again. Not even outlandish chase scenes, encounters with bears and other enemies, moments of heavy drama (Badly done drama, by the way), romance, and other things expected in an adventure film, it all just fell flat. There was nothing to get the viewer excited about what was happening.You want to watch an animated film featuring wolves? Get yourself a copy of Balto. Everyone will be happier if you pick up that film instead because that film succeeds in all the areas this film fails in, and will give you the adventurous animated film with all the trimming you want. Alpha And Omega has a dull storyline, awful humor, dreadful adventure sequences, and very bland and bored tone which ultimately sinks the film. Avoid it.
Wade H (ca) wrote: Somewhat not as funny as it could of been. With excessive toilet humor and no clever punchlines it ends a just another forgettable comedy. Carrey does in fact carry the film.
Esra (nl) wrote: Pretty interesting movie.
Jessica E (jp) wrote: This is a great movie about personal sexuality and family relationships. This is definitely one gay movie that everyone should see because the fahter and son relationship is different from most. Very interesting to see Russell Crowe in this part, bc know one would look at him and be like yeah, he's a fruit.
Dean F (mx) wrote: Good fun film, just don't look for too much in the way of a serious plot. The film is a chance for then- hot young actors, such as Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon etc to look good and strut their stuff.The premise is good, and executed well, if a little campy, and I enjoyed the 80's feel.Worth a nostalgic watch.
Mark R (ag) wrote: Excellent movie based on the Neil Simon play. Walter Matthau shines in three separate roles taking place in the same suite of the Plaza hotel.
Carlos M (gb) wrote: An irregular psychological drama that is well made in some aspects (especially the cinematography and editing) but not so successful in its direction, as it fails to engage and create the impact that one would expect from this story of deranged loneliness and manipulation.
Doug G (es) wrote: I saw this film by accident when I was 8 years old. It was part of a double bill with Disney's "Darby O'Gill and the Little People." Clearly, somebody in "scheduling" goofed, thinking "Darby," with its animated banshee sequence, somehow constituted a horror film, and therefore "First Man" was an appropriate accompanying feature. The result was a theater full of small children frightened into hysteria by the blood-drinking space mutant that returns from space after the first manned flight goes awry.I was so terrified by that mutated monster that I could not sleep, would not go into a darkened room alone, and overall suffered a Grade A childhood trauma that lasted for weeks.So from the perspective of a wide-eyed, suburban eight-year-old, this movie was highly successful. It was Scary!On the other hand, by the time I saw the film again decades later on VHS, it had somehow lost its ability to instill terror. In fact, it seemed downright cheesy, embarrassingly so. How could this B movie with sophomoric special effects have seemed so frightening back in 1959? This remains one of the great mysteries of my life. I guess I can chalk it up as one of those "you had to be there" things.Objectively, from a grownup perspective, this movie is pretty darned bad. But since it scared the bejibbers out of me at age eight, I figure those film makers must have done *something* right.
ALVARO G (nl) wrote: MUCHO SUSPENSO Y DRAMA
Doug C (mx) wrote: Orson Welles plays a great Clarence Darrow in this film adaptation of the 1924 trial of Leopold and Loeb for the thrill killing of Robert Franks. The film largely sensationalizes the murder and motives of Leopold and Loeb, however, and leaves the details of the crime strangely untold (the crime itself is not shown and the audience only learns of it as the investigation unfolds). Other than Welles's role as Clarence Darrow in one of Darrow's latest and most famous cases--including a particularly great version of Darrow's closing argument in the case--this film offers little but sensationalism to the Leopold and Loeb trial.
Noname (mx) wrote: Not the best family movie i have seen and the story was quite weak aswell. But young kids will probably enjoy it alot and its a children movie after all. A plus for the nice tropical environments.
Andy C (ru) wrote: Not horrible for a Mad Max clone but still forgettable.
Adam D (jp) wrote: Think I've seen this one
Joetaeb D (br) wrote: Flat, misguided, unlikable and only rarely getting chuckles. Year one wastes its's undeniable talents in front and back of the camera entirely. probably one the worst comedies of the 2000's.