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Natercia C (jp) wrote: distant yet intimate, and cleverly dipcits the character through comedic actions, but still linking the audience to his tragic real life / fantacy
Anna B (mx) wrote: Maybe you have to be a big horror buff for this to work properly, but I didn't really see what was so clever about it. The puberty analogies are underlined and circled and highlighted to the point of distraction, and Fawcett's slackly-paced direction doesn't enliven proceedings much until the third act, which manages to be tense in spite of the terrible effects, and for which I bumped up my score a bit. Isabelle's pretty good, but Perkins is just terrible.
Ty Q (de) wrote: I have at least a half hour left in this movie, but it's so bad, I couldn't wait to start writing this. What the hell am I watching? Part action, part sexy, part slapstick, part drama, all failing miserably! It starts with some fast-paced action as Lt. Sharp, played by Tommy Lee Jones, does his job as a typical movie badass, bringing down some criminals. Then we get to see Jones pull a phone out of a cow's ass. Wait, is this movie supposed to be serious or funny? Well I know it was advertised as a comedy, but they try so hard it's terrible. Why the relationship issue with his daughter? Am I supposed to find it cute that these cheerleaders on witness protection are helping Jones's uptight character with his relationship issues? Did Jones even read the script? Did he sign up for this when he was drunk? Take your daughter to see this if you want a strained relationship, just like Jones's character.
Honoria G (kr) wrote: Arsenic and Old Lace has it all: murderous villains, sweet little old ladies, insanity and romance, all held together by the inimitable Cary Grant. This is a genuine 5 star movie.
Keith C (ca) wrote: The Brian Regan scene is so hilarious it kinda makes the rest of the movie look weak by comparison, though it's entertaining throughout and Rosaria Dawson is excellent as always.