The dialogue is rather flat, the movie sort of boring, and there's not much energy in the two places it should really be felt: Between the Queen and Snow White, and between Snow and the Prince.
I love that RT and Metacritic took different parts of the same review and created one as a bad review and one as a good one.
Mar 29 - 05:55 AM
demonstrates how RT is superior to metacritic, given that this review SHOULD be summed up as negative, since Ebert was clearly disappointed. He's a huge Singh fan and gave "The Fall" and "The Cell" 4 stars. He gave "Mirror Mirror" 2 and a half (obviously over 50 percent), but his thesis summarizes that ultimately it disappoints.
Mar 29 - 06:00 AM
say what you like. Objectively speaking, it remains a positive review (2.5/4 = 63 out of 100). He chose not to give it a 1.5 or 2 out of 4.
this needs to be corrected!
Mar 29 - 06:12 AM
2.5/4 is a rotten for Ebert. Always has been, always will be.
Mar 29 - 06:48 AM
It's not. It's thumbs down for Ebert. RT judges the reviews by weather they are mostly negative or mostly positive.
Mar 30 - 04:42 AM
In other words, the preview is a pretty good indication of what we suspected to be true. Flat dialogue, boring and tries too hard to be funny, but fails miserably. Thanks for not giving false praise out of respect for Julia Roberts.
Mar 29 - 06:58 AM
Mar 29 - 08:16 AM
It was 91% yesterday . . .
Mar 29 - 10:08 AM
Ummm, your RT 74% just dropped to RT 57% . . .
Mar 29 - 01:32 PM
I wasn't aware anyone still had great respect for Julia Roberts, much less was willing to give her false praise.
Mar 29 - 08:26 AM
True that . . .
Mar 29 - 10:05 AM