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The finale of the television series about Dr. David Banner, a scientist who transforms into a mighty, larger-than-life creature called the Hulk when he gets angry. Desperately attempting to...

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Brendan N (ag)

Number 5 really sealed the series but I think this series could continue on. I increased this by half a star because it is still a cool film that deserves the following it has. At a time when slasher films were coming back in the droves, this upset the balance and with 5 films you can see this delivered to the fans. Sure it gets bogged down story but the twists and shocks keep coming right until the end. The team behind some of the great X Files episodes and a bizarre entire second season of Millennium keep the momentum moving. Just caught this again and I still find this film a strong mix of high concept and horror

Brian S (br)

But the film is just an update of the original. Pretty good remake, but since I saw the original film and know that plot line, I wish they added a new twist or interpret the source material differently

Ce G (es)

One simple story, told in a very creative way!! Straight to my favorites!

Daniel P (us)

Playing on and against Tautou's defining role in Amelie, this is an extremely glossy romantic comedy that is full of irritating characters, Tautou's 'Emilie' in particular, and which has an intrusively annoying soundtrack, but, in the most part, it is rather funny and some of the minor characters are superb

Edith N (fr)

Parker herself would have a lot to say about it. I'm sure the redoubtable Mrs. It's as though Hollywood doesn't understand that "pity" and "sympathy" are different things. However, there's also no reason to make her an object of pity. There's no reason to ignore that fact. She suffered a lot. Dorothy Parker was a complicated woman. You have to give us more than a few witticisms and a stab at a tragic life. You have to give us a reason to want to like her. But you have to start by making sure that we can understand what Our Heroine is saying before we can understand what she's thinking. I really think there's a good movie about Dorothy Parker possible, although I'm none too sure that she herself would want it to be made. I wasn't sure who half the people in the movie were, even though I know more about the group than the average person does. It's that I would like a movie about the Algonquin Round Table to be a bit funnier. It's not that I want Dorothy Parker's depression, suicide attempts, and so forth to be swept under the rug. But it was that very biological difference which meant she could not, in an era before easy access to birth control, be all that casual about sleeping around. She did have affairs with various of the men, resulting in at least one pregnancy--and subsequent abortion. She wasn't Tallulah Bankhead, in short. It's also worth noting that she was about the only woman in the group who wasn't terribly glamorous. Because she wasn't a man and never would be. She could write like a man all she wanted to, and her choices were funny or shocking. It was all right for her friends to have such a woman as she as their mascot, but she was never going to have any kind of equality, because she was a woman. However, the film ignores all the implications of that statement. And the camera lingers over a page on which she has typed a wish that she write like a man. Bright, clever, witty. After all, Dorothy Parker was an extremely intelligent woman. Of course, this is in no small part because at least one of her problems would be brushed away as penis envy. But the impression the film leaves is that she likes being a drunken misanthrope, and what are a few suicide attempts to pay in order to live that way? Almost worse is that it seems to take her Freudian analyst at his word and assume that she's just failing to deal with the death of her mother, never considering that it was a lot more complex than that. Obvious to the audience and obvious to anyone paying attention to her. It's obvious that she needs it. There is a scene where she is in therapy, and she's clearly not ready for the help. And the DVD didn't even offer subtitles. Worse, you never really understand half of what she's saying, because Parker delivers her lines in a deadpan slur most of the time. You can sympathize with her, at least until the end when she's just a bitter old drunk, but you never really like her. The fact is, this is never a Dorothy Parker we can [i]like[/i] very much. The fact that it is all her life is undeniable, and certainly I'm not asking for the kind of saccharine affair which would have been the kind of thing produced during her own Hollywood days, but still. The movie switches back and forth between the vivid colour world of Parker's glory days and the grim sepia-hinted B&W of the '50s. And so forth. We see that she is fated to die alone. We see the founding of the group known as the Algonquin Round Table. We see her fired for being too witty at the expense of advertisers. We see the attention paid to her glorious wit. We then see that he is fooling around with another woman (Gwyneth Paltrow), and anyway they're both still technically married. We see her joyous affair with Charles MacArthur (Matthew Broderick). We then see the collapse of their marriage. We see the return of her first husband (Andrew McCarthy) from war. This is the sordid and dreary life story of Dorothy Rothschild Parker (Jennifer Jason Leigh), celebrated wit. Wallace Shawn. But still. He plays a minor character who adds little to the proceedings, and he's certainly not an actor much of anyone can name. In one sense, there was no need for him. A moment's respect for its own history, especially given that Shawn's father was the editor of [i]The New Yorker[/i] for some years, and some of the characters here are working, as the movie progresses, at getting said magazine off the ground in the first place. A breath of authenticity. It's not that I wasn't surprised to see him, it's that the movie would have been missing something if he hadn't been there. I'm not sure if he would have been a member of the Algonquin Round Table, given that he claims to have no sense of humour, but he is a New York Intellectual, after all, and one well known to Hollywood. How Did They Make Such a Dull Movie About Such Interesting People? Really, this movie had to have Wallace Shawn in it somewhere

horse c (ru)

A Bit of Aussie Humor and Tongue in Cheek

jay n (jp)

Well made escape film starts out very well drags here and there but is an enjoyable experience overall

Jeff H (nl)

nnette Benning and Greta Gerwig should have been nominated too. This should have been up for best picture

Jeremiah G (fr)

Hats off once again, JCVD. The characterization he displays is incredible as the plot thickens around his roundhouse kicks and solid love scenes. Jean-Claude Van Damme really outdoes himself. Could not love this film more

Jiri B (br)

I don't know anyone who has not seen this film. Probably the best film Eddie Murphy has done to date