The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn
A 91 years old carpenter, who is still in completely good health, has to fight developers who are trying to force him to sell his land.
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Aaron C (ca) wrote: Fair mix of story and some action. Good story.
Matt A (br) wrote: The cast is superb but there's no chemistry between them on screen, all due to lacking of having a proper dialogues with each other. Dialogues in this movie are disconnected and all over the places. I caught myself saying 'What? What are they talking about... Oh. Wow. Random!' several times throughout the movie.
Jane L (it) wrote: Thoroughly unpleasant; half a star for Anne because she was the only one who seemed to be trying
Wildaly M (au) wrote: The premise seemed to make for an interesting film but there was not much cohesion to it. Some of the stories are either too short or too artsy and left me with a sense of not really "getting it".
KJ P (kr) wrote: Not even half as good as the first film, with barely any laughs or interesting dialogue, which carried the first movie so well. "George of the Jungle 2" is kind of a slap in the face to the original, but not really? I chuckled a few times at the shlock that they try to make fun out of, because most of the time, it works, even if it comes off as a bit lame. Honestly, if it wasn't for the actors changing, the story being very similar, and the visual effects being absolutely dreadful, I might actually call it a fun movie, but after watching it, that is really all it is. If you turn your brain off it could become fun, but at it's core, it's awful!
cli o (fr) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Stacy M (au) wrote: I watched this movie with my gf and OMG!! It's the biggest pile of crap I have ever seen! I would have rather wasted those 2 hours in a doctor's office waiting room. This movie isn't worth wasting 2 hours of your life in my opinion.
Scott S (ca) wrote: Airport '77 (1977) -- [5.0] -- The least entertaining (even in a cheezy way) of the "Airport" disaster ilk. The star-studded cast seems to realize what a turkey they're in, but mad cheers to Olivia de Havilland, Christopher Lee, Lee Grant, and Darren McGavin for making the most of it. Grant in particular really chews up the scenery here. Everyone else in the cast, including Jimmy Stewart, Jack Lemmon, Joseph Cotten, and Brenda Vaccaro, seem a little tired... kinda like the plot. This entry is like a cross between "Airport" and "The Poseidon Adventure," with the plane crashing in (curiously) shallow water in the middle of the ocean.
Jo Y (nl) wrote: I like Lee M. and Richard B.
Daniel J (us) wrote: good action, classic scene when he punches someone in the back of the head , and their eyes pop out.
Carlos M (us) wrote: This Brechtian allegory of great cinematic and historical importance never feels obsolete considering that a lot remains unchanged when it comes to politicians and their twisted ethics, and it is a delirious and audacious film of spellbinding imagery with no diverting subtlety.
Jey A (ca) wrote: "attempting to living a pure and honest life strictly according to Christian principles"Wait... the first part makes sense... but when you pair it with that "Christian Principles"...
Facebook U (nl) wrote: The same premisse as Grand piano, where the lead is forced to do things because of death threats. Here it is a formula driver forced to race and chase in the city. The car body count is the highest ever. Preposterous story to see lots of edgy car and moto stunts.
Amanda L (gb) wrote: So I read all the great reviews of this movies. I really enjoyed it until the last 30 minutes. Just not impressed with the ending. Great acting. Especially Javier Bardem. Played a great psychopath. The ending really just did nothing for me.
Marjeta M (nl) wrote: Fun but dumb. But I do hold a special place in my hearto for both Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker.