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Alejandro M (nl) wrote: A perfect follow up to Part 1. It concludes the movie in a great fashion. This is what the live action Batman v Superman should have been, The final fight between this two larger than life characters is to put it simply, amazing.The plot of the movie is executed perfectly and it slowly increases the stakes until it delivers a perfect finale. Really well done, great voice acting, specially by the actor portraying Batman and Joker, and great visuals, that are a great homage to the source material.Simply said, a great and fun movie.
Shane J (kr) wrote: Oh dear a pretty poor action flick here. to be honest the only reason i watched was because of rvd/batista and big v from wwe's involvment. Wish i hadnt bothered big v's in it for 2 mins. batista not much more. this is primarily rvd's film. i like rvd as a wrestler he's awesome but movies he needs to not bother the guy has no on screen presence at all and this film really suffers from it. but least he's not the worst actor in it thats his neighbour jesus that guy was awful!!!!
David B (es) wrote: An OK but not brilliant movie about a group young people on the search for a 'killer dog' in the Welsh countryside.
Ross P (gb) wrote: Maybe it's because I was born in the mid-eighties and my formative years were spent in front of a Sony Trinitron with rabbit ears... something about Crispin Glover movies fills me comforting nostalgia, while chuckling with childlike innocence at his innocent eccentricities. Rubin and Ed is a simple film, it doesn't ask much from the viewer other than to just sit back, turn down their thoughts, and join the echo people. My favorite exchange in the film would be be Ed's reaction to Rubin guffawing uncontrollably at graffiti reading "ANDY WARHOL SUCKS A BIG ONE." Ed explains, "That isn't funny. Andy Warhol is a successful artist." When Rubin then calls him a fraud, Ed says, "That's absurd - he's famous. You should never talk about art, religion or politics. No wonder you don't have any friends." "At least I'm not a fraud like you," Rubin counters. The choice of Warhol for this joke was no arbitrary one.
Tit M (kr) wrote: ni genial ni naze juste moyen
Wes S (gb) wrote: Hilariously bad movie with a decent cast but entertaining moments. The zombie just runs around with a bat and kills some people, the voodoo is crazy, and the characters are awful. It makes a great episode on MST3K.
WK J (ca) wrote: and, of course, the surprise is that this movie was released.
Juyeop S (mx) wrote: powerful samurai story
Jens S (nl) wrote: Unnecessary remake that is still somewhat entertaining during the set-up but totally falls apart during the infamous prom scene. Even the great Chloe Moretz feels oddly out of place channeling X-Men gestures as she is laying waste to the small town. There is nothing scary about this film except for her mother's religious fanaticism. And the final anti-mobbing statement feels really dumb.
Mark A (fr) wrote: A lovingly told and inspiring story of individualism and the pursuing of dreams, with a superb cast- led by an ever-great Robin Williams- to top it off. Some moments veer a little too far into emotional manipulation, which hold the film back from absolute greatness
Shayne J (fr) wrote: While I was expecting the first half of the film to just be laughably bad, it was actually thoroughly entertaining with an interesting story and some awesome kills... but about half way through, it started to take itself far too seriously and completely killed the light hearted and crazy mood of the film. The story got so over-complicated that you just lose track of any and all sort of coordination. The writers also tried to throw in a heart felt conclusion to the film, that really just felt overly cheesy and out of place. I recommend watching the first half and then stopping when they stop showing the actual shark.