A splendid experience: the dialogue, the acting, the depiction of London, the lust, jealousy and intrigue.
well, this critic has certainly solidified his change in heart when it comes to Emmerich.... still love him though
Oct 27 - 12:33 PM
Change in heart? He loved 2012 as well.
Oct 27 - 02:42 PM
I feel that Ebert has a soft spot of Emmerich. I mean look at his 2012 review XD
Oct 27 - 02:45 PM
I feel like Ebert has a soft spot for Emmerich. I mean just look at his 2012 review XD
Oct 27 - 02:46 PM
Roger's liked a lot of Emmerich lately, which is a little funny considering the history of the two of them (i.e, Roland's jab at Ebert in "Godzilla").
Oct 28 - 07:53 PM
Now I'm compelled to actually see it. Not in theaters or anything, but maybe a rent.
Oct 27 - 10:20 PM
Huh?!?! Did he watch the same movie that I did? This was one of the most asinine movies I've seen this year. But to each his own.
Oct 28 - 08:25 PM
Shapiro statement, â??de Vere writes and stars in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" when he was 9 years old,â?? which apparently would be the case with the Oxfordian theory, needs explanation. De Vere was born in 1550. MSD was written in 1595.
Oct 30 - 09:05 PM
Oct 31 - 01:00 AM
Shapiro's statement that de Vere wrote and starred in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" when he was 9 years old, which supposedly would be the case with the Oxfordian theory, needs a contextual explanation. De Vere was born in 1550. MSD was written in 1595.
Oct 31 - 01:11 AM
C'mon Roger! I know you are a nice guy , but this review has cost you some credibility in this viewers eyes! I'm not sure I can forgive you for it.
Nov 19 - 01:58 PM