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Does not deserve these lame reviews by far. The Lazarus Effect is a very well-made, intensely creepy movie with epic visuals and haunting themes. The cast performed wonderfully and there were pretty deep concepts to boot. Lazarus isn't perfect by any means, but watching it with an open mind will take you into a very eerie and cinematic experience.
This movie surprised me in a lot of ways, and proved to be exciting, super creepy, and sad all at the same time. The ending was bittersweet but done very well. While the acting/dialogue had a couple iffy moments, I was pleasantly surprised by this found footage gem.
A little too focused on outlandishness and vulgarity, I still found the Wolf of Wall Street quite enjoyable, thanks to the brilliant performances, some humorous moments, and a generally captivating story.
Of course this movie got bad reviews; it isn't some huge production with deep meaning and cinematic grace. But for everyone to dismiss this movie so easily is silly to me. What this movie does offer is good performances from the entire cast, some seriously hot scenes, a genuinely unsettling vibe throughout and an overall quite entertaining experience.
Yeah, it's got some silly, funny moments in it. But let's not beat around the bush; this is yet another movie that was set out from the beginning to be a guilty pleasure piece of trash with juvenile pop-culture humor and cartoony gags. The effort in these kind of films is beyond lazy and we need to stop giving them attention, lest they continue to make more like this.
How I Met Your Mother is a show that is both hard to love and hard to hate. On the plus side, it is filled to the brim with fully-realized characters, clever jokes, and some very deep themes. On the down side, the show far too occasionally lets slapstick humor and cheesiness get in the way.