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Joel R (jp) wrote: This is without a doubt the worst movie I have ever seen.People often say that as a hyperbole.But I honestly mean it, no other movie has made me so angry.Simply put: it is a movie about an awful human being avoiding all chances to be a good person so she can have sex with her cousin (who she has no reason to be attracted to for any reason) The movie is well shot, well acted and well made, which makes it a shame that the plot is so horrendous that I still get sick to my stomach thinking about to this day.F**k this movie and it's creepy wish fulfillment plot and total waste of an interesting setting.I have personally never seen a more irritating movie.
Larry T (br) wrote: Although some of the stories are moving, the format of this documentary makes this a fairly average one.
Andrew M (ag) wrote: I suppose it was bound to happen, wasn't it? When was good-ol'-boy Martin Freeman, and bad-ol'-boy Danny Dyer gonna make a BritCom together. I was rather hoping that they wouldn't and now having endured this movie, I'm kinda hoping both their careers are coming to a close. A juxtaposition of two stories involves Freeman playing a TV producer (imagine Tim from The Office has changed careers) and Danny Dyer entertaining a dumb, loud archetypal American en route to the airport. The two stories meet when, due to an enormous contrivance, Dyer and co. meet Freeman's flatmate and hold people to ransom. Character motivations are at their most suspect in this film, not that the film does anything with them. There are no laughs AT ALL, not even a remote smile or throaway chuckle. Having been a massive fan of The Office and, to some extent, Freeman himself - we know that ol' Martin's in trouble when he's oudone by his Bosnian co-star, Velibor Topic; who just about remains unscathed. It won't spoil anything to inform you that Danny Dyeris murdered before he ever gets to meet Martin Freeman. I know how he feels.
Timothy M (us) wrote: Well, it aint [i]Dangerous Liasons[/i], that's for sure. Actually, it aint much of anything. Light on content, light on character, light on just about every aspect. There's nothing impressive about this besides the costumes. People might mistake Pfeiffer's sullen turn for a good performance, but I'm not sold. And I don't know what the hell Kathy Bates is doing. Hampton and Frears are better than this.
Kevin R (au) wrote: Damsel alert!Quasimodo is bewitched by a beautiful young lady with a band of thieves. The young lady distracts him leaving an opportunity for the bells of Notre Dame to be stolen. Quasimodo and the young lady do fall in love and they try to stop a magician from making off with the bells of Notre Dame."She likes the bells, dong dong."Bradley Raymond, director of Tinker Bell, Pocahantas II, Mickey Once Upon a Christmas, The Lion King 1 1/2, Pixie Hollow Games, and Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue, delivers Hunchback of Notre Dame II. The storyline for this picture is just okay but fun to watch unfold. The animation is mediocre for Disney but some of the good voices returned and the group included Jason Alexander, Kevin Kline, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Demi Moore."Open your mouth, something will come out."My daughter received this for Christmas from her grandmother so we watched the blu ray recently together. This was okay and fun to watch. She actually watched it three times so she didn't mind it. I wouldn't say this is a great film, but it was fun to watch once. "Do not look away from the beast."Grade: C
Suie D (au) wrote: What is better than two nekkid chicks painting each other? Crap I can't think of anything!
Juha S (fr) wrote: Really weird scifi/horror which doesnt give easy answers. Very good special effects.
Justin W (ca) wrote: it's a pretty neat zombie flick. it's not really your typical zombie movie...the zombies aren't mindless feeding machines. instead, they're like a little society with their own habits and such...but they still like to kill and eat. but anyway, it's worth a watch if you're able to find it...especially if you're a fan of zombie movies.
STCENTERPRISE (ag) wrote: I like this film a lot because of the clone war fight & The Jango Fett character was cool. I was kind of disappointed when there was soo much love scenes in this film. Other than the love scenes though the action was great.DE I would have liked to see more of the Sandpeople or also known as Tusken Raiders fight though in this film as well as just more on Tatooine. I felt like we were cheated on that moment showing how bad Anikan was and lead up to Darth Vader.I would have also liked a little more from Jar Jar Binks because his role in the film is so minimal that it should not been in the film A time all. I like the begging relationship from C-3P0 & R2-D2 in this film I just wish that they would have shown that move in the new Trilogy more than they did like they did in the original trilogy.I liked that we got to see Yoda fight in this film. It was Amazing light saber fights as never seen before. I also loved the Battle of Geinois. It was probably my favorite part to the film because I felt like it was the closest connection to the Original trilogy of Star Wars.My least favorite part to this film was Anikan and Padm portions of the film because it through me out of Star Wars because it did not feel like a Star Wars film. I think that if touch excluded the Anikan and Padm aspects to this film then I would have loved this film more. I loved the Obi-Wan/Jedi council story line. I loved the opening car chase through Couresant but I hated the sound effects for the Vehicles in this film. They felt out of place in this film.I loved the Jango fights because those helped explain the and give fans things we never saw from Boba Fett in the Original trilogy.
Kamal H (jp) wrote: A warm cuddly feeling inside.
Zachary M (de) wrote: The cast you can tell is really loving the experience of making this film, and I can see why. On set it must have been a blast to shoot, I only wish the finished product was a bit more cohesive. The plot holes and over the top moments make it very unbalanced. This will often happen and we are supposed to care, but often times things don't have much weight to them. Characters will often do things for random reasons and the feeling is the same as before. With that being said, at least they committed to the insanity they set out for, you can't take that away from them.