I loved this one. Mark Walberg and the Rock are down on their luck. They're body builders in a go nowhere job. They decide to rob a rich man and take over his life. In doing this they realize how money doesn't buy happiness and that they shouldn't compromise their morals for a quick win. (They rob the monk).
The story didn't really matter. They made this well. The acting and back and forth between the characters was amazing. They filmed this amazingly well. Everything looked so neat and pretty. They had really good cut scenes with techno music. All in all, this was a really amazing put together movie. I enjoyed watching it.
Absolute garbage. The cinematography was weak. The effects were weak. The acting was weak. It moved too slow. No scary moments. The twist sucked.... nothing was going for this movie. There was a point where she was running away from some kidnappers and they walked towards her slowly reaching out. No running. Never did they try, and neither did the director.
A zombie movie. It's wasn't horrible, but it was far from good. The zombies were fast, which is good and suspenseful. The quality of the film was pretty decent. Looks like they shot in digital. However, the acting wasn't great. The plot wasn't amazing. The movie played out pretty much like every horror movie.
Not the worst cheap zombie movie I made, but if you're going to spend some time, watch a good one.
This was really good. Much better than I thought. A man gets married and at his wedding his best man dies. He starts a journey to get his friend's body back home and realizes how far out of touch he has been with his friend. It's a very moving story as you see his life and what he has been doing trying to help a young girl get away from her dysfunctional home.