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Movie M (kr) wrote: "Snow White and the Huntsman" is a retelling of the classic fairy tale, "Snow White", but with a much darker and more serious vibe. Usually, movies like that don't attract me, spinning off something else by doing it darker and more serious just takes away the fun for me and leaves me bored. However, this movie kept it interesting at some parts, sure the pacing was a little off, as I felt it was a little bit longer than it needed to be, but for a medieval dark movie, it did alright. The dialogue was something that I thought needed work, which knocked down the movie, and made it kinda boring. I will say though, Charlize Theron as Ravenna, (or the "Evil Queen"), was absolutely 100% the best part about this movie. Her acting was excellent, I loved her recreation of the wicked witch, and her transformation from beautiful queen to old witch was done really well. If not for her, this movie would've been a LOT worse that it was. "Snow White and the Huntsman" isn't an awful movie, but with bad pacing and a few boring scenes, it's only worth watching if you're bored.
Dann M (kr) wrote: The dancing penguins are back for more frivolities in Happy Feet Two. When a rogue iceberg imprisons the emperor penguins in a canyon, Mumble must seek the help of the other Antarctic wildlife in order to get them free. Another all-star cast has been assembled, and includes such new additions as Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and P!nk (who replaces the late Brittany Murphy). However, the characters aren't as interesting or fun this time round. And the music isn't that soulful or clever. Still, Happy Feet Two has its moments and delivers a few good laughs.
John H (es) wrote: A film about finding your self-confidence and showing that love is what you make of it. Charlyne Yi and Michael Cera both deliver true and genuine performances in this well thought out love story with a twist.Enjoyed every second of it.Absolutely brilliant and well done flick.
Sean G (jp) wrote: Not as good as his classic bits:"You too!"or "You wanna go halves on a pie?' I had no idea my roommate was talkin' about a pizza. I thought 'Hey, I'm in college now, I'm up for new things' so I said 'Sure man, what were you thinking like Cherry, Pumpkin, maybe some Lemon Meringue?"
Wayne K (it) wrote: Never being anything more than a tongue-in-cheek finger poke at the action movie genre, but never pretending to be, Red is, when you boil it down, too similar to many other films of this nature to be significantly subversive or satirical, but doesn't feel too stodgy that it's never enjoyable. Most of the laughs come from the hugely talented cast and their world-weary dialogue, much of which you can imagine the actors themselves uttering. It's great to see acclaimed, classical actors like Helen Mirren looking so at ease with a sniper rifle and reminiscing about the good old days of covert assassinations. I'd be lying if I said I was constantly entertained, since the film often takes a long time to establish characters and plot points, and could do with a fair bit being cut. Overall it's a mostly fun flick that doesn't try too hard to be overbearing or too little to be ignorable. If you like the actors involved, chances are you'll like the film.
Mixael X (ca) wrote: Everyone looks great. Nobody can act. Script makes little sense. Effects are cheese. Dramaturgy is a joke. Avoid.
Gordon H (ca) wrote: Harry's Journey Takes a Dark TurnOriginally Written November 18, 2005--The fourth movie in the blockbuster Harry Potter franchise sees Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) returning for his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, along with his friends, Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson). This year, the legendary Tri-Wizard Tournament brings the arrival of two competing schools to Hogwarts. When Harry's name is unexpectedly drawn by the Goblet of Fire to compete in the tournament---even though he is not eligible and is technically a fourth player---he must still compete in the dangerous contest.I really enjoyed this new Harry Potter film. While condensed quite a bit from the largest novel in the series to date, screenwriter Steve Kloves streamlined J.K. Rowling's 700-plus-page opus into cinematic fighting form. Meanwhile, director Mike Newell delicately balances between whimsy and the ominous, on the uncertain middle ground where Harry lives, poised between fun at school, teenage romance, and an ever-deepening dark abyss. And the special effects, which threatened to overwhelm the first two movies, are seamlessly integrated here. But the best part of the film are Radcliffe, Grint, and Watson, who are becoming amazing actors in their own right. Who would have ever thought when these three kids were cast in these iconic roles all those years ago that they would be the best part of these films? In a word, incredible! Four-and-a-half stars.
Melissa D (us) wrote: I think I seen this movie before.
Rudy A (jp) wrote: I found this film to be a cute story where a grumpy old bachelor is duped by a young woman and suddenly in charge of another person's life. From my vantage point, the moral of the story is to never marry someone you can't communicate with.
Muhammed K (nl) wrote: wooow brosnan still got it
Angel Z (es) wrote: I love it. The Villain is menacing and sometimes funny. It's very underrated.
Michael H (nl) wrote: A fairly well made indictment of the prison system filled out with good performances (and a charming bird rescue). It loses its dramatic force when waxing polemical.