Corrupt police and politicians target a computer engineer for trying to better the lives of less privileged citizens.
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Stephen J (de) wrote: Overacting, cliche screenwriting, and a total departure from the source text make this movie forgettable and far too long to watch. The movie would be better if it were like this review: short and sweet.
Stella Z (gb) wrote: One of my favorite movies. Yups. WAHAHA.
Bonnie Z (jp) wrote: Stopped watching this movie about halfway through... The actresses were doing a good job portraying their characters, but the story line moved way too slowly for me.
Stephen H (br) wrote: Solid performances from Whitaker, Gay Harden, and Goldwyn make this story about the consequences of gun violence worth a watch.
Stacy S (es) wrote: Not worth wasting your time on.
Colin R (ca) wrote: Stellar special effects work for it's era brings this otherwise B-movie to cult status. Also, how often do you get to watch a UFO blow half of Washigton DC to bits?
Dylan B (ca) wrote: Fred Astaire's audition for the Artie Shaw band made me laugh tea out of my nose. And Charles Butterworth is always good for my money.
Vic B (ag) wrote: Say, that's some flick: Wonderful and wonderfully hokey rags to riches to rags story, filled with great performances and bent arm fight sequences. Gable is squared-jawed great, and the film is filled with a optimism that is simply, well, swell.
Edward C (fr) wrote: Looper(2012)Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt, Paul Dano, Noah Segan, Piper Perabo, Jeff Daniels, Pierce Gagnon, XU Qing, Tracie Thomas, Frank Brennan, Garret Dillahunt, Nick Gomez, Mark Hester, Jon Eyez, Kevin Sitwell, Thirl Haston, James Landry Hbert, Kenneth Brown Jr., Cody Wood, Adam Boyer, Jeff Chase, Ritchie Montgomery, David Jensen, Kamden Beauchamp, Josh Perry, David Joseph Martinez, Wayne Dehart, Ian Patrick, Craig Johnson, Robert Harvey, and Sylvia JefferiesWritten&Directed By: Rian JohnsonReviewHUNTED BY YOUR FUTURE, HAUNTED BY YOUR PASTMan it's been a long time since I've seen a Bruce Willis action movie, I think. Anyway Looper sounds like a female lead film, now that I think about it, come on you know it does and it would be a comedy. But maybe someday someone make a film of what i'm talking about, where chicks loop their tounges.The actual film is about a Looper(men who are hired by future Mafia to kill men with a bag over their head)who gets the one thing all Looper's dread the Loop cut. Where the Looper is sent their future self to kill. But once he meets his future self(played by Bruce Willis) he's told by Bruce Willis Looper that he's here to kill the rainmaker(the new crime boss from the future cutting off all Looper's.) He meets a woman named by Emily Blunt and from there things start to escalate.When I first saw the trailer in 2012 I thought looked good but I never saw it. Thank goodness because the pacing was kind of actually no not kind of but really freaking awful in the first 30 minutes. But once it starts booming and the plot starts running it's course it becomes a fun and eventful film. Another thing that was hard to get into was character, not that it lacked character development but the only that I could get into was Emily Blunt's character Sarah and her son SID(the future Rainmaker). Espically SID I really wanted to know more about him and maybe about his father. He forms a friendship with the Looper Joe and believes he's there to protect him and his mother.The camera shots in this film are great. When it gets to exciting sequences it can get slow but then start booming in a fast-paced motion which I really enjoyed when it was on. I think that Looper is a great piece of original material taking an old concept such as time-travel and making it something very dramatic again. I'm going to give Looper a four out of five.
Alfredo S (mx) wrote: Night at The Museum is predictable, noisy, and badly paced, but it stands-out by having a charm and a well-executed creative premise.
Kevin N (jp) wrote: Fine, not much of a payoff, good attempt.
Benjamin S (it) wrote: Effects look a little dated, but the premise is interesting.