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Craig F (kr) wrote: Borrowing heavily from the Mad Max mythos, The Rover is an achievement in its own right. Unpredictable and seasoned in this brutal landscape, Guy Pearce is thrilling to watch in his quest to reclaim his car from the thieves who stole from him. Shifting tone in nearly every scene, The Rover is masterfully scored with striking development and powerful acting from Pearce and Pattinson.
Judge L (gb) wrote: Feel like I have seen this tale told so many times before. It's an alright flick...worth a watch on Netflix
Brice B (es) wrote: Un melange des genres entre le thriller et le burlesque qui nuit un peu au film.
Matija S (kr) wrote: This movie is hilarious. You don't have to think, just watch and laugh!
Daryl M (ca) wrote: Like many sequels, this movie did not quite live up to the original. However, it was entertaining. The story does a decent job of working through the economic crash of 2008. It did gloss over the roll of the democrat run congress' roll in the collapse. However the movie did not slant heavily left or liberal which was a pleasant surprise - especially come from the likes of Oliver Stone. It is definitely worth watching and judging for yourself.
Himanshu G (br) wrote: awesome movie. Aishwarya's best performance. Brillian acting by Ajay Devgan. Recommended for everyone.
Saiiara S (br) wrote: confusing sometimes because of flashback.. little patience is all we need in this movie.
Anthony I (mx) wrote: Despite it's unique concept and moments of inspired lunacy, this is a lazy comedy.
Kim M (it) wrote: I like this kind of make-you-feel-good movies. I mean, who doesn't need a dose of opium here and there? Sympathetic characters, some funny moments, and a neat resolution of a tension-fraught mother-son relation. When you feel low, watch this, and feel high.
Jeff B (fr) wrote: When French films are bad they tend to be exceedingly boring, and that's what we have here. Not even the redoubtable Gerard Depardieu can bring life to this one.
Muffin M (br) wrote: Do you remember that disaster at Delos a few years ago when the "Westworld" robots went out of control and killed a few guests? Well, the entire resort has now been rebuilt and redesigned to be completely fail-safe.To combat the lingering adverse publicity, Duffy, the Delos representative, has offered the IMC Communication Network exclusive rights to the "New" Delos story. Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner), the network's top commentator, has been assigned the story with Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda), the newspaper reporter who broke the original "Westworld" disaster story.also stars Arthur Hill, Yul Brynner and Jim Antonio,directed by Richard T. Heffron.
Natalie M (jp) wrote: Frank Capra creates a great classic film about the idea of utopia.
Israel N (au) wrote: Est bien hecha. Cine latinoamericano de altas pretensiones. Las actuaciones son convincentes por naturales y la trama es llevada a buen ritmo.
Luc L (ru) wrote: The worst mystery suspense film I've seen. It seems fresh out of film school. The story is generic and senseless.
Carlos G (au) wrote: From time to time, Hollywood will come out with an action film that is not there just to grab the money off your wallets, a movie that isn't just dull action, a movie that will make you think, and a movie that above all, is original, that's "Looper". The film is set in the year 2044, in Kansas City, where Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) works as a "looper", a loper's work is to kill and dispose of face-concealed victims that are sent from the future (where time machines exist) back to the past. A lopper's career ends when he kills his old self, who is also sent back to the past, the old looper is sent back so that the companies that possess and use these time machines can get rid of all traces related to time travel, including old loopers. When Joe's next target arrives from the future, it is shown to be his older self (Bruce Willis) from the future, Old Joe manages to knock Joe out and escape. The film then shows Joe trying and kill his older self, while also being hunted by authorities that are looking for him. While that's going on, Old Joe is too on the run from the authorities, as he tries and fixes the future by repairing things from the past.The movie works mainly due to the fact that it's a highly entertaining movie, and as said above, original. Director (and writer) Rian Johnson does a great work in making "Looper" different from other blockbuster action flicks, adding a great history, with well developed, in depth characters, great production values and the fine presence of leads Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis.The cast counts with the presence of many talents, including its A-list leads. As we see Gordon-Levitt take more and more great roles, mainly in these last few years, it is no surprise to see him in what may be the best action film of 2012, and his does a great job. With great chemistry with the rest of the cast, mainly Emily Blunt, who plays the strong character, Sara, Joe's love interest, another addition to an already fantastic cast. Besides Gordon-Levitt, playing Old Joe is Bruce Willis, in what may be his best film (along with 2012s "Moonrise Kingdom") in the last 5-6 years of his career. It upsets me seeing Willis take these bad roles one after the other, I do not understand. This man is in one of my favorite films of all time, f*cking "Pulp Fiction", I know he can act, he's done it several times, he does it fine in this film, what I just don't understand are these films he's beeing agreeing to do lately, it's as if he trying to do bad movies, I just hope he takes a deep breath, stop, and then start actually reading the scripts that are sent to him, cmon your better than this Bruce. The cast counts also with Noah Segan, Jeff Daniels and a brief, but noticeable appearance of Paul Dano, another actor to be in the lockout for."Looper" is a highly entertaining film that gives us hope to a future filled with smart sci-fi action thrillers filled with great (none-mindless) action scenes, developed characters and original stories. "Lopper" is fine cinema. 4/5.
Tim C (fr) wrote: Excellent sequel to the original. I think that adding Rosie??s character works really well. Dreyfuss on form as always. Good plot and story and very very funny ?? loved it!!
Ted v (jp) wrote: Enjoyable movie. Well worth your time