Directed by Ved Rahi
- Stars:Vanessa Paradis, Jason Flemyng, Benoît Poelvoorde, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Venantino Venantini, Vincent Tavier, Bouli Lanners, Jacky Lambert, Dominique Bettenfeld, Mar Sodupe, Vincent Belorgey, Daniel Cohen, Shashi Kapoor, Rekha, Danny Denzongpa, Aruna Irani, Lalita Pawar, A.K. Hangal, Jagdeep, Jankidas,
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Ben K (ag) wrote: The 4th Spy Kids installment came unexpectedly, and with moderate commercial success. The Cortez family from the previous movies has been pushed aside for a new cast of actors in a new spy family, the Cortez-Wilsons. The original kids Carmen and Juni do appear in this installment, but act as supporting characters for the new cast. Even their potential to trigger nostalgia for older Spy Kids fans, who watched the originals when they were young enough to enjoy them (like me), isn't enough to save the weak jokes and nonsensical plot here.The storyline in Spy Kid 4 is disjointed and unoriginal, and ultimately, makes absolutely no sense. The screenwriters probably spent little time attempting to develop a somewhat cohesive plot to follow. The acting is wooden and stiff, as is the misplaced dialogue. The weak attempts at humor are depressing, and, at times, cringe-inducing.The first two Spy Kids films were far from perfect, but at least the absurd ideas made for funny results and repeated viewings. When you're making ridiculous fantasy spy films for a young audience, you need to be creative and take some risks. Things like the Thumb-Thumbs, fantastical creatures on the Lost Island, and a four-headed David Shaloub made the original films entertaining.The simple charm and connection between family members also made the originals work. How they interact, argue as families do, and ultimately band together to save the day was fun to see. But any hint of those feelings in this installment is lost by the lack of effort by all involved with 4. I tried, but failed, to find a single good thing in this movie. If you want a simple adventure spy movie for the whole family, maybe not the best one, but at something with a sense of fun and creativity, then stick with the first two Spy Kids, because this is just sad and unnecessary.1/5(review originally posted on release, but has since been edited and improved by author on April 11, 2017)
Greg B (ag) wrote: Nice movie for those interested in flight, making aircraft, and general engineering.
Jeremy C (gb) wrote: I'm a big promoter of Asian-American film and I'm glad to see Michael Kang being one of this generation's pioneers- his debut feature, The Motel, was a film I enjoyed quite a bit. It is nice to see Kang cover some different ground with West 32nd. The movie is beautifully shot, and there is a lot of great talent in it, but plot holes and some inconsistent storytelling keeps it a little thin. It is nice seeing John Cho take on a dramatic lead, and Jun Kim and Grace Park also have moments where they shine- just hope to see all three in more dramatic film, there's a lot of potential there.
Pegg B (ag) wrote: yikes!!! soft core - whoa!! ;-)
Raphaella C (jp) wrote: looks so good and interesting!!!!want to c!!!
Robbie H (it) wrote: Shaun of the Dead is one of the greatest British films ever made. Whilst using an overused American genre it still manages to stand out as a classic due to it's dark/outrageous British humour and parody of George Romero films. It most definitely is a parody but not a complete spoof like Austin Powers because this film has it's genuinely scary horror moments that tribute and pay homage to the of the Dead film series. Shaun is an everyday nobody that just wants the best for his relationship with Lizzy, meanwhile a zombie apocalypse has infected the local English suburbs. That plot may sound typical and bland but fortunately Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg understood that British comedy would put the premise in a world of it's own. I think that if this film wasn't such a rib tickling comedy it would lose itself in the sheer quantity of zombie horrors at the time. It has can have entertainment value for nearly every movie goer such as gore fest horror fanatics, comedy cravers and romantic silver tonged devils. And if that doesn't appeal to you then there is of course the ravishing Kate Ashfield as Liz. It isn't perfect though, the CGI makes the blood look too comic and slapstick and the film felt a little too short, I'm sure they could of expanded on Shaun as a character and his life as a whole. Overall it's a funny British classic and the perfect marriage of horror and comedy.
Carlos B (br) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie but it just felt flat. See it for the cameos but otherwise a pretty horrible film. Stuff like this makes me ashamed to be a Comic Book Fan...
Mytilene (kr) wrote: many of my fave actresses in this movie, LSD and college... and Buffy getting kind of naughty... dang.
Mereie d (it) wrote: Straightforward gangster movie from the 1990s, with great performances of Armand Assante, Anthony Quinn, and others. On the plus side: very realistic, without too much emphasis on dramatic elements (except the death of Gotti's son). On the down side: plot tends to become a it boring after 90 minutes, as it usually does with biographical material. Nice to see for one time only.
Kelly M (nl) wrote: my favourite dance film ever
Priyu K (jp) wrote: some funny moments, much like the woman in the film, it falls short of an orgasm.
Heather M (ru) wrote: Entertaining family classic. Woven between the glitz and humor of the life Mame Dennis (Rosalind Russell), you find the touching bond between family that stands through the ups and downs of life.
Michael L (de) wrote: brilliant short by the master of the surrealist film
James H (ag) wrote: 4.5/10. Typical 1970's Burt Reynolds film, "good ole boys" getting into trouble with tons of needless crashes and chases. A completely pointless film, only midly entertaining in a stupid sort of way.
Caitlin L (au) wrote: A great followup the original. Great casting on his parents.
Darrin C (br) wrote: Pretty much could've been titled "Those Black Fockers" if Wayans were involved. It was a good version of Meet The Parents and had just as much heart-felt cheese toward the end, though still a decent take. Can we look forward to a sequel called "Little Peeples"?
Breanna F (br) wrote: this is probably the worst horror film of all time. the acting was probably the scariest part. even though that clown was pretty scary...
Shari A (ca) wrote: Made for TV movie which at first sounded like the movie Virus, however it got stretched over two hours by including everything that could possibly happen. Gun fights, kidnapping, vigilantes, all that was missing was some bombings of ships in the Gulf, an asteroid heading for Earth, and discovery of extraterrestrial beings. Still an okay waste of time.