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Nick D (nl) wrote: Inventive use of animation to anchor a documentary. I liked when the two worlds morphed---Dave Dellinger on stage at the pre-march rally turns into Dave Dellinger of the animated recreation of the trial for a few minutes. Great voice acting during the trial, esp the two Hoffmans.

Ola G (es) wrote: Rick (Owen Wilson) and Fred (Jason Sudeikis) are best friends as are their wives, Maggie (Jenna Fischer) and Grace (Christina Applegate). They are both unhappy with their married lives and missing the old days when they were single. Realizing this, their wives talk to their friend Dr. Lucy (Joy Behar) and decide to give them a "Hall Pass": A week off from marriage during which they can have sex with other women. They are skeptical at first, but ultimately accept the offers and try to pick up women with their friends Gary (Stephen Merchant), Flats (J. B. Smoove) and Hog Head (Larry Joe Campbell). But the guys take their time and their week is almost up and they havent really reached their goal. What they don't realize is that at the same time their wives make connections of their own... Rotten Tomatoes consensus reads, "Some filmgoers may be surprised by the Farrellys' defense of traditional domestic values in Hall Pass -- unfortunately, they'll probably also be dismayed by the absence of laughs." Critic Roger Ebert gave the film two and a half out of four stars saying, "A problem with Hall Pass, I think, is that both Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis are affable, and the movie wants us to like them." Richard Roeper gave the film a B?, stating that there are some points where it gets a little graphic, but it's all for a good laugh. The UltraCulture film blog said that its biggest problem wasn't its attitude to women (although that was brought into question), but its "disguising of an inherently conservative movie as some kind of anything-goes frat house sex romp." British newspaper The Telegraph named Hall Pass one of the ten worst films of 2011, saying, "Hall Pass is outright hideous and also embarrassing, like a creepy uncle sporting a backwards baseball cap and cracking bad, lewd jokes for the under-thirties. At a funeral." The Farrelly brothers has served the moviegoers with ups and downs, mostly downs the past years and "Hall Pass" is hardly part of the ups. My main problem here is the tired stereotypical character structure, with the males being incompetent, pathetic, hapless and dependent, while the females are bitchy, controlling, evil and sure on their own sovereignty. Its truly tiring to see this displayed in the film. The idea of a "Hall Pass" is also extremely tiring and juvenile. With the message that a wife can have an extramarital affair and its ok because she does "love her husband", but the husband cannot, or at least if he does, the marriage is for sure over, is just offensive in every direction when we are struggling globally to achieve a balance for the sexes in salaries, status etc. "Hall Pass" gets a gigantic pass from me.

Curve W (us) wrote: Like the creature !...

Gregory W (es) wrote: very slow but well acted and worth a look at this semi period piece semi bio-pic as its based on a real life person-don't know if he's still alive probally not since he's started in 1932.

Matt M (fr) wrote: could have been a lot better

Leonardo Malacay S (ag) wrote: La dictadura en Argentina dar para hacer muchas mas pelculas esta en particular uno la dictadura con poderes psquicos pero siempre los reencuentros sern emotivos sean de cualquier forma en que se den

Sgt C (br) wrote: (59%)A crazy, very childish - but in a good way - effects based comedy. The ideas don't always work well (like most comedy), although largely they do, and even the few more subtle comedic elements translate nicely. In terms of the actual soccer played it's more likened to wacky races than the real game, but it's still very fun to watch, and fans of Chow will almost certainly like it.

Jacob R (it) wrote: One of the first superhero movies to explore way-out-there fantastical ideas and oddly enough also one of the first to explore the humanism of its hero.

Vaughan A (ca) wrote: Takes me back good fun film, although it looks like it was made for tv

O T (ru) wrote: I remember this as one of my favorite romantic movies not involving anything fantastical, magical, or undead.

Craig B (es) wrote: 7/10. The shears of fate!

Jake L (kr) wrote: Quie entertaining and very funny

Timm S (br) wrote: I Can't Understand The Dialogue By Stallone..Luckily, He Never Stars In Very Complex Stories. Scripts That Spell The Story Out To The Audience Including This Revealing Line, (Stallone) 'What's Wrong With This Picture?' (Statham) 'Everything'...Need We Know More??

Ryan S (gb) wrote: Flat out hilarious monologue from Spalding Gray. The film deals with Gray trying to figure out what is wrong with his eye, and is done in a brilliantly energetic fashion that matches Gray's liveliness.