Considerably unsettling, even by the standards of Quentin Tarantino. But it surpasses many including my own expectations and steps flawlessly up onto a very very high mantle with no sign of collapsing.
If you are a Christian, this movie will reach out to you in full. Sure it is extremely tough to sit through, but that is generally the point. For any believer, this is a powerful and emotionally impacting movie that is both torturous to endure, yet rewarding in the finish. On the other hand, this movie is not meant to convert those who aren't already Christians, so if you aren't a believer, better off spending 2 hours somewhere else.
Though satisfies with action sequences, "Transformers 2" is way way way too long of a movie to stay awake for. Because of it's overly long running time, you completely loose track of what is going on in the film. All I remember is cars, robots, something about the "Matrix", and a robot with balls, Friggin Balls!
"God Bless America" or "god bless america", is thoroughly entertaining and ruthlessly dark. Even if it has on-off acting and some sloppy editing, the boldness of this film pushes the audience (even if they are not ready) towards the graphic and memory imprinting finale that leaves you with a knotted gut no matter how desensitized you are.
Just as good/ if not better than the Dark Knight. Christopher Nolan directs his take on the Batman mythology through a satisfying and rightfully acclaimed trilogy without any trips or misfires, taking you up and up without ever letting you down.