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Justin B (us) wrote: It's not as bad as people make it out to be. Yes the dialogue/acting is robotic but the gore and makeup effects are quite good and the film actually manages to establish a genuine sense of dread.
Chris S (kr) wrote: More clever then the first one with great character performances by Mickey Rourke and Sam Rockwell and a great fight that features Jon Favreau in a know-down fist fight while Black Widow does absurb comic book moves. It is the contrast that exposes how unrealistic movie fights are, but I think it enhances rather then detracts from the movie.
Dani P (es) wrote: Ok, let's put it this way: I really enjoyed watching We Own The Night. It's got some pretty good action scenes - maybe the most intense ones in Gray's filmography -, the story is catchy and the performances are stunning. But, when analysing the script, I think the director made some mistakes. He could have developed more Eva Mendes and Mark Wahlberg's characters, the ending wasn't very satisfying and the transformation of Bobby through the movie isn't clear for us. Although, even with these problems, it's an enjoyable film to watch.
Mark M (au) wrote: I wanted to like No Such Thing and kept hoping it would get better. That's why I watched the entire movie. About halfway through I considered quitting but I was curious about Beatrice and The Monster - would they fall in love?, would he eat her?, what about the terrorists mentioned at the beginning of the movie in a throw away line? The movie ended and I was left with a head full of possibilities and no resolution. I feel cheated. And a bit lost and sad that the story I hoped for never came to life. This should have been an early draft - not a finished script.
Wes S (ca) wrote: While it's not too thrilling or entertaining, it is fun and imaginative. The characters are interesting, the effects are decent, and the style is crazy. It has that old techno feel in a horror environment, ending in a lackluster but satisfying way.
Rathnavel P (ag) wrote: The top slot in the list of ??My Favourite Films?? is readily reserved for Thalapathi
Muffin M (it) wrote: Two couples take off for Colorado in a recreational vehicle, looking forward to some skiing and dirt biking. While en route to camping, they witness a satanic ritual sacrifice, but the local sheriff finds no evidence to support their claims and urges them to continue on their vacation. On the way, however, they find themselves repeatedly attacked by cult members, and they take measures to defend themselves.stars Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Loretta Swit, Lara Parker, R.G. Armstrong, Clay Tanner, Carol Blodgett, Bob Jutson, Peggy Kokernot, Carol Cannon , Tommy Splittberger, Karen Miller, James N. Harrell, Phil Hoover, and Wes Bishop directed by Jack Starrett.
Russell S (kr) wrote: Epic looking, stylishly shot but overly long, slow and with a rather dull, forgettable villain to boot. It does have its moments but there's not enough tension or pace in the rather uninteresting plot to make you care.Peter Hunt gets a little too experimental with the editing in the action scenes at times and instead of ramping up the dynamics, ramps up the comedic value instead.On the whole, duller and less engaging than the average Bond but not without some merit, some classic lines and a few entertaining scenes here and there.
Matt D (jp) wrote: Surely one of the Academy's greatest crimes was awarding this movie Best Picture over 'Citizen Kane'. While there are certainly great scenes and thematic elements that speak to American economics just as much as any film today, the film as a whole is overwrought, episodic, and overly sentimental in the least subtle ways imaginable. John Ford makes it look as beautiful as he always does but the story was far too much of a broad stroke to have much impact on me.
Matthew G (ru) wrote: Thoroughly disturbing