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Rachel L (ru) wrote: another excellent lifetime movie
Jamie B (ca) wrote: Totally depressing bunch of tripe. I loved the familiar surroundings of Woolwich ferry, Harbour Island/ Exchange, A13, QEII Bridge. Great stuff. Shame it had such a bunch of shite actors pissing about reading a wxnk script in a wxnk film. The whore didn't deserve happiness, the gay brothers might as well have just got jigging together, Danny 'I have one brain cell' Dyer should have shot his mates mum and himself to put themselves out of there misery, and the fat Turk should of saved the water melon and jumped himself. Dozy prick. Cxck.
Stan S (us) wrote: Could've been good, but feels like a pretentious student piece, one where they should've gone with the other writer. The best part is watching Max Van Sydow deciding not to show his contempt for the interviewer in the special features. Watch her dive for her cell phone as Max explains a particularly touching moment in the film. Then: "so where were we...?" And Susan Sarandon writing her off even before the first question. As for the movie, the script was really, really weak. That's the best I can say.
Timothy S (au) wrote: Apparently it seemed like a good idea at the time, that nothing screams "wacky comedy" like killing off your start twenty minutes into the movie. Such is the premise behind "Hello Again", a film that is so lifeless that it barely qualifies as a comedy. The few jokes that the screenwriters do manage to come up with fall flat, but the majority of this is melodramatic and chock full of missed opportunities. It brings Shelley Long back from the dead and fails to do one interesting thing with her. The script is a mess. You'd think if a feature film came out with two of the biggest stars in television at the time, it would at least be written at the level of their respective shows. Frankly, Long's character is such a clumsy, socially awkward person that she's better off dead. And since that doesn't change at all after she comes back, you've got to figure it's only a matter of time before she offs herself again. The relationship between her and Corbin Bernsen is strained and never feels genuine, but the romantic sub-plot between her and Gabriel Byrne after she comes back is even worse. There's no chemistry, sparks or pulse between them, and the same can be said about this dismal and dull picture. It gets even more bogged down in the second half with a lot of ridiculous press conferences and a completely unnecessary showdown between Long and Sela Ward. It's just another example of an outlandish story that could have been a lot of fun being written on a plain and ordinary level. "Hello Again" starts sluggishly, and gets worse the longer it goes on, culminating in an embarrassing and laugh-free finale. It's anemic.
Rianne R (nl) wrote: Although, not as funny as the series, but I like how the characters are still teh same and there are still inside jokes for the regular viewer.
Ingrid H (au) wrote: ewwwwww...james garner?!
Jeffrey R (gb) wrote: Guy Ritchie is one of my top 5 favourite film makers
Jireh A (au) wrote: The movie itself is magnificent. However, the musical score is so powerful and riveting it touches your soul while watching this undeniably best movie regarding MLK.
Griffin H (mx) wrote: Funny sometimes but also annoying and not nearly as good as it thinks it is.