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Jeremy C (jp) wrote: I saw this movie last night and have to say that it was the worst movie I've ever sat through Kristen Stewart was expressionless the entire time. The movie had no real point to it at all and went too many directions without allowing us to appreciate anyone. The special effects were cheesy and for it to be a ghost story, it wasn't even creepy. Also, the text message plot point went on for too long and was completely a waste of time and poor dialogue. If you have to avoid one movie this Spring, make it this one.
Jack W (ca) wrote: Weird, unconventional, original and unique. Swiss Army Man is a film almost like no other, filled with laughs, heart and great performances from Dano and Radcliffe.
Johanna G (ag) wrote: Would not recommend this to anyone. Only good thing in it was the Wicklow scenery.
Grant S (ag) wrote: The story behind one of the most iconic war images, and the consequences thereof. The photo of six men - five Marines and one Navy Corpsman - raising the US flag over Mount Surabachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima in WW2 is one of war's most memorable, stirring, famous and iconic images. We see the aftermath of the flag raising - how three of those men went back to the US as heroes and were used to promote war bond sales. Most of all, we see how they react and cope (or don't cope) with the fame and hero status. Through flashbacks we also see the lead-up to the flag raising, especially the bitter, bloody fighting on Iwo Jima, and the fighting afterwards, which was equally bloody.Incredibly powerful movie-making by Clint Eastwood. Based on the book by James Bradley, son of the Navy Corpsman in the photo, this an accurate, gritty depiction of war at its most gruesome. Probably even more graphic than Saving Private Ryan in its depiction of the sheer brutality and wastefulness of life and limb of war. On that note, Stephen Spielberg is an executive producer of this movie, and you can see his hand in the special effects scenes. Fantastic CGI, especially in rendering the huge armada of ships and vast amount of planes involved in the Battle of Iwo Jima.Far more than just an action movie though. At its heart is the meaning of heroism, and how people who don't regard themselves as heroes react to being treated as heroes. Quite an emotional journey as we see the three individuals cope, or not, with the fame, fame some of them regard as undeserved. Also emotional in that they remember all their friends who died on Iwo Jima, friends who, to them, were the true heroes of the battle.Ryan Phillippe, Jesse Bradford and Adam Beach put in solid performances in the three main roles. Good support from a host of actors: Barry Pepper, Jaime Bell, John Slattery, Paul Walker, Neal McDonough, among others. Cast also includes, in a minor role, Stark Sands, later to find fame in the Iraq War mini-series Generation Kill.
Tash S (de) wrote: this is a great movie!! i love it!
Todd S (mx) wrote: Only love can defeat the darkness. What a wonderfully Disney idea. Personally, I think the darkness looked a lot like New Jersey. This movie is based on an old novel, one that many of us read in school. While Disney tried to adapt it to the big screen, they failed miserably. This movie was way too long and confusing for kids. Even I had a hard time sitting through it. Katie Stuart gives a tremendous performance as Meg, but sadly it was the only note worthy performance. Gregory Smith, one of my favorite young actors, was quite bland, the three ladies were just ridiculously Disneified, and David Dorfman, while adorable, was very repetative. I usually love when old fairytales and Sciene Fiction novels come to life on the big screen, but this was really one I could have done without.
Nathan N (ag) wrote: Wow. Thank you, QuickRate. I haven't thought about Just Visiting since 2001 when my family rented it (very shortly after 9/11 if I remember). I do, however, remember it being fairly funny. I could watch it again.
Brendan R (fr) wrote: This is not a movie I would ever watch again. However, I am glad that I watched at least once. It was well made, moving, extremely well-acted. It made me want to be a better person.
kemmy i (it) wrote: crave into the woril of secrecy
Cindy I (ru) wrote: One of three William Castle films I took in this past weekend. And actually, as cheezy as it is, the most entertaining of the bunch. I thought I had the story figured out, but then the film went and threw me a couple of curve balls, A strange climactic scene that bore a resemblence to PSYCHO made me want to see the film again to fill in some details of how they got there.
Jackson S (fr) wrote: John Agar is a pimp. And pimps don't commit suicide.
Bill B (us) wrote: While I've somehow managed to never see the original film, I have watched and thoroughly enjoyed this version twice now. I really dig this for the use of both Juliet Landau and Sheri Moon Zombie in their respective cameos, and I like the idea of an old historic Hollywood apartment building being the home to years and years of murders and mayhem.Worth a rental at the very least.
Danny M (jp) wrote: This film is bad! I don't know what all the hype is about. So slow and nothing happens.
Kristen P (au) wrote: Great soundtrack and Cameron Diaz is very sweet, but it was just too gooey and contrived for my liking.
Puckered B (jp) wrote: Sweetest way we could think of to euthanize my Gramps. 5/5 - almost died of boredom as well.