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Nick M (us) wrote: Featuring fine natural performances from Eisenberg, Leo, and Morgan, "Why Stop Now?" successfully combines comedy/drama without ever being one-sided on a specific genre; There are real moments of human understanding in each character: Eisenberg loves and wants the best for his mother but suffers from a drinking problem (also unresolved storyline?); Leo is clear and loves both of her children but has a drug abuse issue that she is clearly in denial of; Morgan is a charismatic drug-dealer who encourages Eisenberg to pursue his gift of playing the piano because Morgan was unsuccessful in making the big leagues with his track and field career. These characters play out as real believable people: Dreamers with great intentions with some flaw that undermines their better judgment. The concept of "a day in the life" flows smoothly and showcases the hectic, madcap misadventures that Eisenberg must endure in order for him to get his mother into rehab and get to his audition. There is potential to explore some underdeveloped story lines (Eisenberg's drinking problem) and some story lines that could have been removed altogether (Eisenberg's love interest and the Revolutionary War reenactment that floods through town). "Why Stop Now?" is more realistic, emotional version of "Pineapple Express" and I would recommend it as a possible rental. 3/5
Jack S (br) wrote: The story of actor Eric Bana and his passion for his 1974 Ford Falcon Coupe starts out dynamite, with Bana going back to his roots and explaining how and why he first became interested in cars. There's a real sense of Australiana as we reminisce about old cars and old Bathursts and old racing car drivers. But my interest began to wane quite a bit when the focus became much more on Bana and his own passion for racing. Still, Dr Phil's wonderful words of wisdom kept my interest. All in all, the doco is a pretty good effort. Bana himself comes across as a very dinkum bloke, unchanged by Hollywood fame, who loves his footy, his mates and his car.
Jerry R (au) wrote: Pixar's car's 2 was a spy movie fail. As I enjoyed it a little bit Lighting was proved to be selfish and dumb in this movie.
Alina S (ru) wrote: no thanks. i dont dig erotic films
Private U (es) wrote: I love the song. even sarah likes it!
Phil H (ag) wrote: Well this certainly isn't quite in the same league as the new remake. Yes its a gloriously silly 80's flick but it really is basic in terms of sets, acting and casting, all very cheap and cheerful. The only reason to watch this, again, is simply for the pretty decent makeup and effects by Steve Johnson. Good old fashioned hands on halloween masks, prosthetics and blood.The new film is chock full of more seedy outfits and flashy visuals but the gore is about on par with this original. This older film isn't a big rave like the new film, its more low key with obviously smaller production values which gives it a better darker look. Lack of funds can often lead to better results in visuals methinks, you can't simply rely on CGI. Naturally this is a grittier affair and more of a sensible scare fest of course, but by today's standards its quite tame and humorous.
Eric H (fr) wrote: Witchboard is a lot better than you might expect & while I would stop short of calling it an absolute classic it's definitely an enjoyable slice of 80's supernatural horror that actually holds up very well.
Andrew I (us) wrote: Contrived and boring in the extreme, I found it not only difficult to hear (the audio for the first half was very mumbled) but difficult to believe too. For a scenario that would involve plenty of passion and probably aggression from those involved, everyone seemed unrealistically reserved and matter of fact throughout. The hero is a womanising, swashbuckler of an accountant (I can't say I've met many of those myself). The direction was languid and staid, the dialogue mostly artless, the acting hardly stunning. Somewhere in there, there is a vague, dubious, trite "be careful what you wish for" moral to the story which only becomes apparent towards the end, but by then, the characters are so uninteresting and unappealing, one finds it hard to care anyway. Apart from a few brief appearances from some old British cars, there is very little to recommend it.
Eric S (es) wrote: he's crrraazzzy!!! you can tell he likes killing in this movie lol
Steve N (ru) wrote: I managed to get through a large chunk of my life without having seen a Marx Brothers movie, and now I know why. I want to believe I struggled with this vaudevillian flavor of comedy because of the era from whence it came, but in my heart I know that isn't so. Max Linder -- the patron saint of silver screen comedy -- was a genius, doing it right before there even was a Hollywood. To be fair, the Marx Brothers are some talented guys, but Zukor and Paramount Studios, while acknowledging that fact, seem unclear what to do with them beyond turning the camera on their highly polished stage act. The result is an incredibly awkward affair where the Brothers demonstrate their skills but also a complete lack of understanding how to work in front of a camera. Let's call this one a dress rehearsal and hope for better down the road.
Jacob H (ru) wrote: This film is amazing and it,s got good GGI
Alan B (mx) wrote: I liked this movie a lot. F@ck all the haters out there. Great to see that the USA is not the only country involved in that war.