After a break-in at their house, a couple gets help from one of the cops that answered their call. He helps them install the security system, and begins dropping by on short notice and unofficial patrol, and spends a lot of time discussing the couple's problems with the wife. The husband begins wondering if they're getting too much help.
- Stars:Kurt Russell, Ray Liotta, Madeleine Stowe, Roger E. Mosley, Ken Lerner, Deborah Offner, Carmen Argenziano, Andy Romano, Johnny Ray McGhee, Dino Anello, Sonny Carl Davis, Harry Northup, Sherrie Rose, Alicia Ramirez, Ruby Salazar,
- Country:Japan, USA
- Director:Jonathan Kaplan,
- Writer:George Putnam (story), John Katchmer (story), Lewis Colick (story), Lewis Colick (screenplay)
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(de) wrote: An ordinary laughton with nothing much new to offer...the new stars especially Pulkit Samrat really stand out...
(au) wrote: The writing and budget suffered a bit. "Approaching the Unknown" is better.
(fr) wrote: I found it to be an amazing story of Real Life, concerns, both for human & animal interests & research insights. Emotionally endearing especially if you are involved with others in the same scenario of purpose..
(br) wrote: Good try at a B-50's movie with really all the ingredients, except, we're in 2012. The nostalgia doesn't quite work. Stars for the miticulous details to make us believe it will.
(jp) wrote: A heart-breaking documentary about genocide in Darfur that everyone should see..it needs to stop.
(au) wrote: Concluding a film series with a 2 parter is usually, to me at least, a bad idea, a cheap way to make more money while dragging a story out unnecessarily over 2 movies. But with a tale as epic as Harry Potter you can understand why they did it. It's true that this film often feels like it's spinning its wheels, with long stretches of downtime, the characters sitting around planning their next move or arguing. What saves it from complete mundanity is its character moments. Each of the 3 principal cast members get a chance to demonstrate their acting chops and reveal the depths of their performances. Some of their conflicts may feel predictable and easy to resolve, but enough of them feel human that the ones which don't aren't too much of an annoyance. It serves its purpose in getting us to the final movie, and is probably the least rewatchable of the series, but for a single viewing it's still a decent flick.
(mx) wrote: I mean this lady was desperate till it drove her crazy. I wonder why some people are like that? Oh well, Karma got her good!
(jp) wrote: Can see why this did not do well especially since many Marvel movies are so good. Uninspiring.
(fr) wrote: Funny and cute. Plus, we get to see P-Town
(br) wrote: Depardiieu was so hot back in this movie, and such a bad boy.
(ca) wrote: Pretty decent Peckinpah. It has some slow moments, but it picks up quite a bit in its final hour. I bloody love the quote "I believe God is a sadist, and he probably doesn't even know it" that Coburn delivers. The scenes in the barn with the Russian women are great. As usual with Peckinpah the action is decent and so is the gore (especially for a 70s film). Enjoyable enough, and it has its moments, just not great. I have the Blu-Ray.
(ca) wrote: I was kind of skeptical of Disney/Pixar releasing a 2nd film this year, being afraid that the one that took more time and effort would be overall the better one. So I thought of The Good Dinosaur as sort of a throwaway movie that didn't really mean much for Pixar (kind of like Cars 2.) I saw it was VERY under-promoted and the trailers didn't really show much of the actual film. So naturally my interest was...meh. Was I right? Well...let's take a look.The first thing you need to know is that this takes place in an alternate reality where the supposed meteor that killed the dinosaurs passed and..didn't kill them off. Anyway, going on, when a storm washes a dinosaur named Arlo (voiced by Raymond Ochoa) downriver, he ends up stranded and meets this kid later named Spot (voiced by Jack Bright) and the two go on an epic journey to find Arlo's way home.First off, I'll say that I almost overlooked the fact that the meteor thing didn't happen in this. I mean, it was only there for a minute and honestly didn't really effect the plot all that much. But other that, I'll say that overall, the guy who voices Arlo (again, Raymond Ochoa) is really good! He isn't one of the best child actors of all time or anything, but he does serve all the necessary emotion he needs. Next, I'll say that one major thing I like about this film..scratch that, adore about it is its visuals. Dear lord, especially the backgrounds in this are some of the best CGI I have ever seen. It is beautiful and a HUGE step up in terms of Pixar. Extremely good work indeed! When The Good Dinosaur needs to be suspenseful, it really is! As well as heartwarming. A certain scene a bit after he gets stranded is especially heartwarming and has some extremely good writing. The movie does have a tragedy that happens early on, and it's written well yet, if I'm being completely honest, it was kind of predictable. Not that big a problem but...meh. A bit of a nitpick. Humor wasn't a huge part in this but for the little it had it was relatively funny! Nothing groundbreaking, nothing incredible. But relatively funny. Surprisingly, Spot wasn't that annoying. I mean, most kids characters in films are written really really badly and usually very annoying. But Spot is one of the few exceptions....mostly. Granted, for the first 3rd of the film, until he starts to grow a connection with Arlo, I could easily see why people would find him annoying. And if I'm being completely honest..yeah, he was. But you seem to loose that vibe with him, again, as soon as he starts to grow a connection with Arlo. Something I noticed a bit into the film is that I didn't think the film was composed by Michael Giacchino (composer of most of Pixar's films.) And really I could see why. This is that kind of film. It's relatively different in terms of Disney. It was nice to see a bit of a new more naturalistic feel to the music. I highly suggest you check it out. One final thing I want to mention is the ending. Dear lord, the ending to this is fantastic. It is very very well written and very touching and heartwarming. Also kind of depressing to an extent. Though we have sort of seen the scenario before but.. I just can't help it, man, it's really good!Now onto things I didn't necessarily like (up until the last paragraph). At times, the story can be a bit clunky. To the point where you can easily rip certain bits out of the film and it'd be perfectly fine. Honestly, some bits in the film were much more interesting than others. For example, the "main antagonist" if you can really call it that doesn't really come in until half in. If anything, The Good Dinosaur doesn't really HAVE a main antagonist. But they just decided to shoehorn in someone or something to make it more...traditional, perhaps? There was another section around the middle where the two come across some other dinosaurs. Nothing of substance really happens in this whole sequence and they continue on their way home 10 or 15 mins after. As I said earlier, this is one of the scenes that you could have easily cut out and it would not have changed a thing. Although a very small thing in the movie, the relatives aren't very interesting. Granted, they aren't really supposed to be. The film isn't centered around them! But still, a bit more screen time and a bit more character development wouldn't have hurt. But that's just a nitpick. Is it just me or are certain bits of this very reminiscent of the Lion King? I don't know, the tragedy happening, heck, the basic SET UP of the tragedy is VERY reminiscent of The Lion King. Other small bits are very very similar. Granted, the film overall isn't very similar as a whole. But specifically those sections got me really...odd. It was very odd. So overall, I'd highly recommend you check it out! It's relatively good but, honestly, not as good as Inside Out. Actually, in terms of emotion, I think it might be better than Inside Out!...no pun intended. But as a overall film, probably not. Visually stunning and great in terms of heart, but with flaws, I highly suggest you check it out.
(ru) wrote: It's a fabulous film. You won't be disappointed