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Lou P (es) wrote: Very depressing. Thank gods I saw it at home.
Mohi S (gb) wrote: Mean..old school movie
Samir S (us) wrote: Symbolic... Dares to dream of Peace...
Jeff S (gb) wrote: This movie was really.. odd. The first half was god awful, it was honestly a struggle to sit through. Everything was just so.. dumb! The plot was borderline nonsensical at times, everything was tied together WAY too conveniently, and items of interest that made no sense were blotted over. However, District 9 absolutely excels in the action and special effects departments, make no mistake. The action in the second half was borderline breathtaking at times, if not completely unrealistic and disjointed. Sci-Fi geeks out there will be plenty pleased with a great mix of sophisticated alien weaponry and technology, and the Cloverfield-esque way the film is shot really works quite well. But the out of the way and overblown shock value, overly loud and distracting sound effects, and that damn Michael Jackson vest on our lead alien just prevented some clearly visionary action scenes from being perfect.
Kevin L (kr) wrote: This was a fantastic movie that showed the suffering to get Women's suffrage, but very moving and powerful.
Tay M (gb) wrote: want to see it but in no hurry
Benjamin M (fr) wrote: NO ICE CUBE IN IT :(
Ian B (br) wrote: It's so campy, predictable, and full of plotholes, that only Robin Williams could save it. And he did.
alex f (ag) wrote: frustrating to watch (as a teacher) as it could of all been avoided.
nick n (gb) wrote: Recently watching this I can admit that this is one of my favorite movies of all time. I can watch this all the time and never get tired of it. Unforgettable characters that are relatable and funny that go perfectly for a movie that everyone should enjoy
Bradley P (ca) wrote: Midway is more analytical in its attempt at telling the battle as it was; This is also the films greatest weakness as it comes off as dry and uninteresting for most of the run-time.
Robert D (au) wrote: As was the case with many if not most of his films, John Wayne MAKES this movie. But, beyond the Duke, striking location scenery of a pre-Kingdome downtown Seattle add a gritty realism. Not to be over looked is the FANTASTIC musical score by Elmer Bernstein that lends so much atmosphere. (I have added the soudtrack CD to my library)
Nathan C (ag) wrote: Not Looking at the Tomato Meter Ever Again,15% isn't fair at all when it comes to a movie like this!!Are The Critics saying it's bad because they hate Keanu Reeves?It Takes More than one critic to figure out the Tomatometer...I seen this movie and there is nothing wrong with it.Only the CGI with the dragon was trash but the rest of the movie did a superb job. I felt bad that the critics dislike the movie and it's not their fault.This isn't even the User's fault either.All the time i try and think about this movie it makes me think Keanu Reeves did a stunning performance in every level.The Other websites can't conclusure to this movie becoming so low. godamnit!But I can't stand to see anything good but rotten on the outside.Score: 9/10
William T (br) wrote: Moonrise Kingdom is another movie directed by Wes Anderson that bares his distinctive and unique mark. The movie is set on set on an island, where Sam, a khaki scout who is orphaned, falls in love with Suzy, a girl who reads a lot to escape from reality.
nickhits d (it) wrote: chick flick/musical ish...iffy at first but then got better. Anna Kendrick, omg so hot
Greg W (kr) wrote: another of my lost reviews
Johnny T (ca) wrote: After scripting such 80s mainstays as Gremlins and The Goonies, Chris Columbus made his directorial debut with this easy-to-take effort that primarily benefits from a charming performance by Elisabeth Shue. The movie's verve and energetic cast do much to rescue the film from its own faults: the clumsy dialogue mixed with the clever, and the jokes that fall flat among terrific ones. Adventures in Babysitting firmly establishes Columbus' unique brand of family-friendly entertainment with a decidedly irreverent edge. There's nothing earth-shattering or wholly original about Columbus' directorial debut that rocked mid-1980s Hollywood. Adventures in Babysitting is a classic "road picture" populated by unique tertiary characters and wacky mixups. By the end of the film, I'd had a couple of real laughs and a few interesting moments, but that was about all. This is really just innocent material with a tendency to flout basic guidelines and stray from the perimeters of believability. Adventures in Babysitting might not be a great movie, but it's a damn entertaining one that has managed to stand the test of time rather beautifully all the same. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)