Memorial Valley Massacre
Campers on a holiday are terrorized by an axe-wielding maniac.
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Ben L (de) wrote: Delivery Man is the story of a loser who can't seem to get his life together. When his girlfriend announces that she is pregnant, she doubts that he has the ability to buckle down and be a father. Meanwhile he learns that 20 years ago, when he donated sperm a ton of times to make money, his sperm was used to create more than 500 children and a ton of them decide to sue the sperm bank to get his name. This leads him on an undercover journey to find out who these kids are and, while he tries to improve their lives, they also improve his. What surprised me about this movie was that it was very light on humor. There were certain moments and even entire scenes that were clearly constructed for laughs, but only a few of them were really effective. Most of the good laughs came from Chris Pratt, and his humorous relationship with his kids. I wish Cobie Smulders was given some funny lines to work with, because I know she can pull that stuff off, but she was the super-serious girlfriend that's almost a buzzkill. I could take the lack of laugh-out-loud humor because the story had a strange endearing quality to it. Watching this man trying to be a guardian angel to all these kids was so delightful.The flaw in Delivery Man is Vince Vaughn. He is absolutely dreadful, and threatens to suck every ounce of joy out of the film. He appears bored for most of the film, and seems to have no comedic timing or delivery at all. The story that his character is involved in helps to elevate him slightly above total suckage, but only slightly. It took me forever to start sympathizing with his character simply because he's so unlikable. I swear, with nothing more than a recast of the lead, this might have been a hit film. Anyone with even a modicum of charm would work, and it doesn't help having Chris Pratt standing right next to him for most of the movie showing how it's done. The only other problem I had with Delivery Man was it felt like they added one too many points of conflict. Having 100+ kids looking for you seems strong enough, so I don't know why we needed the main character to have life-threatening gambling debts. He was enough of a loser without that added in. Still that's a minor nitpick in a film that was built on a solid foundation of story. If not for one majorly awful casting choice, I think Delivery Man could be a really solid film. As it stands I still enjoyed it but I think it's much harder to recommend unless you have a tolerance for Vince Vaughn.
diane b (gb) wrote: This is the worst movie ever. I like most movies for what they are and i am easy to please. everything about this movie is aweful..the acting..the sound..the editing..could not even watch it all.
Nathan R (de) wrote: Most of the entries contain poop and/or butts, toilets or boobs. Had a good laugh at the segment about a guy boxing a dog, though. Almost all of the entries had nothing to do with the chosen word, with the exception of Dog Fight and Libido. In fact, two separate entries both involved a couple of idiots saying they weren't creative enough to come up with an entry based on their letter, so they just threw their hands up and said "whatever". So those two didn't even really count. I think maybe three entries contained some form of pedophilia and one was used purely for fat-shaming.In its entirety, it's probably one of the worst things I've ever watched, and seemed more dedicated to describing the directors' secret fetishes than actually saying anything worthwhile.
Nha H (us) wrote: Decent movie, makes pickpocketing look easy, and has a good feel. The characters are portrayed well enough if you can believe a cop can do whatever he wants. Overall-watch
James W (jp) wrote: Watching this with mom right now and it pretty much sucks.
Stephen E (de) wrote: Insulting "Tomcats" won't do much good since it solely exists as a way to gross out its audience. It's as depraved and grotesque an effort as you'd expect. The humor is vile and insultingly uninspired and virtually every character is annoying and/or unlikable. As well, the acting is mediocre and the production as a whole looks horrible, featuring subpar camerawork and laughable editing transitions. That being said, "Tomcats" isn't the lowest that the romantic comedy genre has had to offer, but it may be the most pathetic.
Damien K (au) wrote: Delightfully cheeky, good natured and sweet featuring sketchy yet lively pastel animation and a memorable voice cast. Perfectly captures the absurdity of family life. I wanted to hug this movie.
Indu R (mx) wrote: Better than the second movie with the plot being tied to that of the first movie. The acting was decent.
Corey H (fr) wrote: Demme's best film. Eat your heart out, Hannibal Lecter.
Robert H (mx) wrote: Clint Howards best film ever consists mostly of a bully revenge story where the school nerd gets picked on by the school jock. This is a common theme in film during the 80s. But once you get to the finale, hold on to your bacon! Gore, FX, magic, Satan, flying, craziness galore!It's worth the trod through the first 3/4 of the film to get to the payoff.
bill s (au) wrote: One or two laughs does not a movie make.
Stephanie K (ru) wrote: So wonderful and funny. I enjoyed every minute. Seaweed was amazing. Zac Effron was surprisingly great, and Nikki Blonsky was amazing. The only reason I docked half a star was John Travolta. He was horrific
Christopher C (es) wrote: The acting is just horrible. The story is alright as there is a bit of a mystery with the cult but it doesn't go too deep. The action is alright. Overall it's a semi decent movie with no real plot and very bad acting.