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Tuhin G (us) wrote: By no means is this a bad movie. I really enjoyed watching these guys. Their acting was very genuine, much like friends in real life would behave around one another. Unfortunately, there was no point to it in the end. The movie just sort of ended. It left me wanting more. And during the film, there was not as much excitement as there could have been. However, there are plenty of good messages throughout. Not in a cheesy and unappealing manner, but in a way that can teach kids and adults alike. Watched 06/07/2013, written 06/11/2013.
Dwight Angelo D (jp) wrote: It's a feel-good flick, yet it fell short to expectation.
Niklas S (ag) wrote: I've always had a soft spot for movies about hustlers. This film will however end up at Hallmark. Because when you throw in a mental patient in movie full of criminals you'll get a Hallmark moment. When the bad guy changes for the better with the help of his retarded son. The movie was sweet and had the heart in the right place but in the end they played the heartstrings a little bit too hard.
Ivonne C (au) wrote: not as good as the book
John S (it) wrote: A mediocre vigilante film with a mostly unknown cast and attractive star. We follow a woman who heads a charitable foundation, the arm of an internet mogul, as she knocks off one scumbag after another. It takes too long to determine why this is okay. The visuals are generally interesting.
Ryan A (br) wrote: Emma Roberts is bubbly and charming as Nancy Drew, the junior detective. But despite her best efforts, Nancy Drew still lacks excitement, surprise, and compelling secondary characters.
Phillip D (ag) wrote: A fantastic and torn performance by Liam Neeson, who plays the brilliant at science, less so at relationships Dr. Kinsey. The recognition both of the contributions made and of the sacrifices made to make those contributions is critical. A must see film.
Angel G (us) wrote: Pi is arguably the most bizarre independent first feature from one of the most acclaimed directors of our time (Darren Aronofsky). It's also sometimes frustrating to watch but very chilling thanks to memorable sound effects and weird cinematography. There is no denying that it's a smart movie, and also frighting since we have to hear Sean Gullette scream in pain for becoming mad and obsessed. What makes it more effecting is how it sounds from the camera. The music is what I like most of this movie, the score was fantastic. There are certain scenes in which it becomes extremely disturbing and Pi gives you an anxiety so big that it makes you feel scared. The movie is 1 hr. and 25 min. and it feels like 40 more minutes have been added to the movie. It's shaky camera is annoying and it's sometimes uncomfortable to watch. You kind of get exhausted from it. Pi is smart, its disturbing, its bizarre, weird, slow, chilling and not so confusing, but it's not for everyone.
Philip L (it) wrote: One of the most peversely odd films I've ever seen.
Ric C (nl) wrote: I didn't watch this movie for a life lesson or a new perceptive on life. I saw this movie to make my evening dinner interesting and it did it good. I enjoyed the violence but I did not like the lack of character depth. Still worth watching over ravioli.
Jeremi P (ag) wrote: This James Cagney film shows exactly why I love classic film noir movies! It is a fresh approach to see Cagney as a good guy on the right side of the law (in this case, a Gman - which was an early version of the modern day FBI). Cagney plays "Brick" Davis who joins the FBI after a failed attempt ad being a criminal prosecutor. His checkered past comes back to haunt him as he must put away his old allies. If you like classics, then I HIGHLY recommend this one. It will be added to my collection when I can find it.
bill s (gb) wrote: What happens when a fake ghost hunting team runs into real ghosts....nothing worth putting on camera from this low budget bomb.
Dann M (kr) wrote: Based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, The Longest Ride is a touching romantic drama. The story follows an aspiring art major and a professional bull rider who fall in love, and have a chance encounter with an art collector that alters their lives forever. Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood lead the cast and give especially good performance, having great chemistry together. But the script is a bit of a problem, as the plot is over-stuffed; deliver two love stories for the price of one. And at times it can be a little emotionally manipulative. Yet while it has some issues, The Longest Ride is a compelling film about the power of love to overcome adversity.