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Louis K (jp) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever had the misfortune of seeing. Funny thing is on the back it lists Cuba Gooding Jr as Academy Award winner for his part in Jerry Maguire in 96 and its like shit, the guy went from award winner to this piece of shit flick in 12 years with nothing good in between? It must be tough in the streets
Nick B (br) wrote: started of kind of lame and looked like a crappy midday movie but once it got into it it was pretty enjoyable, the murders were done pretty well in a sick/funny way. Jay burchael was pretty good and its insane seeing Rose Bryne in another movie im petty sure ive seen her in 8 only in the last 6 months or so.
Courtney K (us) wrote: yikes, between all the yelling and the camera work in the beginning (& at the very end), the rape scene isn't the only thing that makes you feel sick. but i really liked that it told the story out of order... movies that do that well are top notch in my book. another reason why i appreciate the backwards story-telling is because when you think the worst of it comes at you right out of the gate, slowing finding out how the story was before the incident almost makes the situation that much more terrible. i think that's pretty good from a filmmaker's point of view. unfortunately, even though this film aims to make you feel uncomfortable, this is not the worst i've seen.
Rob H (us) wrote: another good sequel not terrible by any means
Greg T (ag) wrote: James Woods cleans the streets of rapists and psychos single-handedly in this wildly implausible, rivetingly exciting policer with a nice line in cusswords and a slamdunk ending that puts most meanderers to shame.
Seth S (es) wrote: The great premise overshadows the rest of the movie. Lifeboat is one of the strangest Hitchcock movies I've seen. Not in a weird way, just in a departure from his usual style. Alfred Hitchcock and Frank Capra were probably the only directors back then who could make this movie interesting. And Capra for completely different reasons. The story revolves around a simple lifeboat. After a Nazi torpedo attack on a ship, the 8 survivors escape on one lifeboat. None of them have any sense of navigation, and they have little supplies. When the crazy Mrs. Higgins off's herself, the group is down to 7. They soon pick up a German from the U-boat that attacked their ship, bringing the total of people back up to 8. This German seems not to understand English, but he has many secrets. The story goes on, following this premise. As I said, the movie itself is such a great idea, that the things around it are somewhat diminished. The performances are hit or miss, the story appropriately meanders, and the tension is sporadic. All things being considered, this is a fine movie that just does not reach Hitchcock's customary levels of mystery and suspense. "We're not like you! You're made of iron, we're just flesh and blood! Hungry and thirsty flesh and blood!" 7/10
Jason S (ca) wrote: its a pretty good funny movie
b e (mx) wrote: Shoots cheddar puffs. Cheesy greatness!