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Lora N (jp) wrote: These movies are just getting worse and worse. I'm wondering if the new one is going to be just as bad.
Tony Raul G (au) wrote: CAPITALISM IS THE GREAT ENEMY OF OUR TIME........People who think this is the great wonders of our country are obviously fueling themselves. This film is a great observation of what really goes on in this country....and the world. #Feelthebern #NotForSale
Gia H (ag) wrote: what a great movie..
Travis J (kr) wrote: I just recently rewatched First Contact after seeing Beyond in theaters, and I must say, it's unbelievable how well the movie holds up. This could have been released today, and I would have still liked better than Beyond, and I loved Beyond. Not only is this the best film starring the next generations cast, it's arguably the second best star trek movie period, behind only of course The Wrath of Khan. Personally, my favorite character has always been Riker, but Picard, Worf, and Data all get a real chance to shine here in a way they just couldn't on the TV show, and the actors nail it. I must also complement Jonathan Frakes for his unbelievable directing job behind the camera as this movie was wonderfully directed, particularly the opening scene, which, in my opinion, is one of the most memorable moments from any Star Trek movie, and it immediately draws you in and engrosses you into the movie. If you are a fan of, not just Star Trek, but the sci-fi genre in general, this is a must see as it is an absolute classic!
Gordon S (nl) wrote: This movie is not the full-on action movie it looks like. Liam Neeson is always reliable really and does another good job here, showing the intensity and clear horrors of police work. However, I would not recommend this movie if you have a short attention span as names from earlier in the film will keep popping up later. This is a clever and thinking movie for the most part, with not so many action sequences as it may look like but it is still entertaining to watch Neeson in perhaps a different type of role and basically joining the dots. He is not shown as a veteran fighter and that adds real intensity to the fight sequences there are as you seriously fear whether or not the hero will survive. Overall, it is not precisely what was promised with a good start before slowing down and then picking up again at the end but will still entertain you if you are prepared to see Neeson in roles where he is not killing something every 5 or 10 minutes.
Jordan K (es) wrote: One of the first big signs that Adam Sandler's movies were turning into awful sellout bullcrap. Sandler gives an incredibly half assed performance as a bland yet "heroic" character, attempts to deliver a message it can't give well - Mr. Deeds is awful in every aspect.A small town pizzeria owner, Longfellow Deeds, learns he is the nephew of a wealthy investor and president of a international company and inherits his money and the rights to become the owner. However, business doesn't show up so much when Deeds is legitimately stalked by a celebrity gossip show's crew, falling in love with one of their reporters posing to be a kind nurse.Ugh, is this bad. Sandler isn't even funny in this, neither is really anyone. Sandler's character is basically just a clumsy but kind schmuck, and every cliche in the book is here, including the constant message that money isn't everything being shoved in the viewers' faces. Characters are bland as always in a Sandler flick made after 1999. Story is actually a remake of a 1936 film that seems to be a lot better, if only it weren't tampered with to become a goofball pile of giving the rich and savvy what's theirs...kinda.
Jenn M (de) wrote: I couldn't even handle watching half of this. it was like watching Paranormal Activity but with toddlers instead of Shitty actors, I literally cringe at the thought of watching this again