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Anna B (ca) wrote: Green's direction has a weird rhythm that I couldn't really get jive to the whole time. There's no tension, and the pivotal event feels disconnected and inevitable. Rockwell gives a good performance, but it feels like it's for the wrong character; he's not threatening, at all. And also the kids' courtship is really cute but it feels arbitrary next to the main plot. I found myself thinking all these things probably worked much better in the novel, which, hey, not surprising. It wasn't bad though.
Tom H (jp) wrote: a pretty good b action/gore/horror movie with lame actors but great entertainment value.
Robert R (de) wrote: "Steel Magnolias" utilizes its stellar cast to great effect, resulting in a powerfully emotional experience for the audience to behold. Although, the narrative may seem a bit small and thin, the delightful humor and chemistry between leads allows the film to achieve something much higher. Though no tears were shed here, the film is certainly poignant and rife with memorability.
Adrienne L (ag) wrote: I love both Jeff Bridges and Kim Basinger's acting, but this was boring to say the least. I turned it off. I rarely do that. : (
Sam M (de) wrote: Fairly different but progressive at the time for Woody. Good stuff.Rewatched and you have to keep in mind this is a film within a film in disguise.
Greg W (ca) wrote: year s/b 1948 not 2000
Scott M (de) wrote: Very unconvincing story about a billionaire that says he'll pay a married couple a million dollars for one night of sex with the wife. Not told realistically. Either the husband would have decked the guy, or the husband would have been a much different character. Not who they portrayed. I didn't hate it though.
Don S (au) wrote: This thriller was better than average. The pacing is a bit slow and the mocking of Christian beliefs was overdone, but I still enjoyed it. Liv Tyler is always worth watching, and the story is feasible. Give it a look.
Lee W (de) wrote: Just plain Brilliant
Tyler B (it) wrote: So fantastically bad...