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Brendan N (ag) wrote: A little bit of a let down considering the villain, expected much more. The story was all over the place attempting to introduce all the characters.
Shawn P (fr) wrote: Classic Resident Evil movie! I really do love all the movies for different reasons so I can't say which one is better, although I love the emptiness and eerie feeling of the original Resident Evil with the creepy Manson loop chorus, the rest of the films focus more on action and effects. Each move continues right after the previous one, you start out with all the Alice's that were cloned underground in Tokyo.Overall this is my favourite franchise of many series from this generation (Example Saw), they have kept them strong and made it past the curse of the third movie which either makes it or breaks it, and the third Resident Evil was great!So Afterlife of course Ali Larter is back as Claire Redfield! Your introduced to her brother Chris Redfield (Wentworth Miller) who has a huge role in Resident Evil 4 the video game. I would have liked to see a bit more of him though, maybe in Resident Evil 5 they will give him a bigger role. K-Mart is around too again in this one. The 3D was great, made it even better, perfect suit for a Resident Evil movie! YES the dogs are back but more fucked up than ever!!!!! LOL The big monster that carried a huge spiked axe reminded me of Silent Hill though, I don't remember it being in any video games or am I wrong? Of course your left wanting more as they no surprise leave it wide open for a Resident Evil 5. You see a cameo by Jill Valentine!!!! I always wondered where the hell she went after Resident Evil 2!!! I wont say what the cameo is about cause i don't wanna ruin things but just watch a bit longer after the credits role at the end.
Ruhan R (fr) wrote: Life Is Hot In Cracktown is a highly dramatized urban drama packed with grimy street violence and lots of drug use. Anyone thrilled by plots involving such content will be pleased with this movie. I admired how Giovinazzo managed to evenly split the focus on all of the main characters rather than putting too much focus on just one. The multi-directional plotline turned out to be pretty good, lined with intriguing characters and their struggles for survival. Overall a decent drama.
Leigh M (jp) wrote: The ghosts were creepy and well done. That's what saved this movie. The acting was horrific, as it usually is in these indie flicks. The timing of the ghosts was kinda predictable, but they were creepy nonetheless.
Heather K (jp) wrote: Layered and rich, but not as enjoyable as layered cake. The first half was stronger than the later. I am assuming it is an allegory about modern Iran (blindness/realization, injustice/infatuation, censorship/knowledge, infatuation/fidelity, religion, fragile growth), but I am not astute enough to figure it out. I continue to ponder its message, which indicates it is a good film.
Fred O (it) wrote: Can't go wrong with the big guy
Ryan T (ru) wrote: This is seriously one of the worst movies I have ever seen. It can't even fall into the it's so bad it's good category. I loved the first 2 leprechaun films, but this one is just awful.
orange t (nl) wrote: saw this when I was younger and it was awesome... I'm afraid to see what I'd think of it now, but whatever they are releasing a new version can't wait
Matthew J (br) wrote: Buddy , Buddy is an american version of Francis Veber's play L'emmerdeur. It would be just perfect if there wasn't that unnecessarily vulgar sequence in the sex hospital. But aside from that this is the movie that should never be forgotten.
cli o (es) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
(ru) wrote: It works with adventure, but the problem is there's few good ideas and it just doesn't work to make it happen.
Nathan H (es) wrote: Forgettable, instantly
Jacob B (jp) wrote: Walking Tall has some entertaining action sequences which is surprising for a film based off of a true story with the protagonist's name and the film's setting being altered...for some reason. The Rock also shows that he's a pretty good action hero especially given he was still a wrestler around the time this film was released before he told Hollywood "Call me Dwayne Johnson". Sadly, the film ends too soon at 86 minutes including credits and also feels pretty forgettable. Also, was there any valid reason as to why Johnny Knoxville's in the movie? Neal McDonough I can understand as he's the villain or something,I think (like I said, feels forgettable). But the star of MTV's Jackass? You could literally get an unknown to portray Knoxville's character and no one would've given a crap about it. Summary: Solid action but too short with one actor having no legitimate reasons for being in this film other than to make money.