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Michael M (it) wrote: Not just about how much we can love movies, but often about *why* we love movies so much.
Becky C (de) wrote: Kind of a plain movie. Could be better, could be worse.
Socrates C (us) wrote: It's good but the first movie was better.The plot is nice but the stupid jokes ruin it.But it's a awy to spend your afternoon
Koure O (us) wrote: French thriller. Seemed like it had all been done before.
Vicky P (nl) wrote: It's funny and I like Chris Bisson. It isn't just Wedding Banquet indian style but it's a pity the script is rather uneven.
Lovro H (br) wrote: They just had to go and make another goddamn Halloween movie. H20 would've been the perfect ending to the franchise! This movie takes such a shit on the previous movie and ruins it entirely. In the ending of the last one we see Laurie finally having her revenge against Michael in such an awesome way (she cuts off his head with an axe) that it should have been the end. BUT! In this movie we find out that she didn't actually kill Michael, she killed a paramedic DRESSED AS MICHAEL! I was really angry when this happened... Then Laurie gets killed. Yeah, she gets killed. Oh God, this movie is baaad! The rest of the movie follows some college kids in the Myers house who are hosting a reality show there. Then Michael comes and kills most of them. The characters suck, you don't care whether they live or die. The movie tries to be a part found footage film, and part not. While I do respect that they tried to do something new to the franchise, it was done badly. I can't recommend this movie to anyone, except if you're having some sort of a Halloween marathon. If you want to skip the shit, watch the first 3, then the 7th one. Those are the ones worth watching.
Riley S (de) wrote: Barely bearable. This movie has great stars in it, but doesn't, as a lot of movies do, make their potential shine forth in the movie. Instead, you're left with this bland, wash-outed comedy. The kids, especially the daughter, is a complete and utter brat, and Brooke Shields' character shows no actual interest in Bob until the very end, making it highly unbelievable. What he sees in the wretched family is beyond me, and the plot doesn't make sense, because a real butler would have high-tailed it out of their the second day in. I don't think it was a horrible film, but it definitely was NOT a good one.
Matt C (jp) wrote: Why can't I review from the website anymore Flixster numpties! Anyway, moving on. I love this film, it steals wholesale from 'Field of Dreams' here, a little 'Backdraft' there but because Quaid and Caviezel treat the bobbins storyline with a bit of seriousness it still works a treat. Let's be honest any decent Father-Son storyline will get me blubbing.
Jeff B (it) wrote: Solid, brutal end to the original series. Zatoichi rules!
Timothy J (au) wrote: Any Steve McQueen movie is worth watching. A pretty good revenge western with a good cast.
Jonny P (au) wrote: "As Good As It Gets" is really good, but certainly not as good as it gets. The story is unique and interesting, complete with Oscar-winning performances by Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt, but I found a lot of the comedy to lie in an awkward area between serious social issues and ironic dark humor. I don't know if it is the fault of the writers or the difficulty of writing a racist, homophobic, OCD character, but the tone of the film seems inappropriate at times. Still, there cannot be enough praise given to the acting. Nicholson and Hunt are magical together, to the point where the creepiness of their extreme age difference is barely an afterthought as the story progresses. Hunt has a great crying scene, Nicholson flips out on a bunch of people, and that's what we really want out of this film. Their chemistry is everything that you would expect from these great actors, but Greg Kinnear is a great surprise. His emotional and unfortunate existence earned him an Oscar nomination (which will also probably be his last, due to his sour grapes toward not winning). The film contains one of my favorite lines of all time: "You make me want to be a better man." It might not seem like much out of context, but its simplicity is perfectly matched with Nicholson's delivery in the film. It isn't my favorite film and definitely did not deserve to beat "Titanic" in the 1998 Academy Awards, but "As Good As It Gets" is one of those films that has become a staple in the repertoire and everybody needs to see it at least once.
Rafael C (ag) wrote: This is a bit of an odd review...but sometimes that's helpful: I really enjoyed this movie when it came out. I thought it would be a classic. On a second viewing, I have completely changed my mind. I still enjoyed the scenery, and some of the action is very well done...some even ground-breaking in the way you "feel" the action. However, having said all that, the dialogue is plain and simple winded...tiring and utterly filled with over-the-top explanations; making the movie boring and certainly not worth watching a third time for me. It is not a terrible film; it just hasn't aged well.