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Having read only up to book ten of the series, i can't say it was a bad movie but it wasn't fantastic. The movie starts out as little preachy to non believer but then calms down twenty minutes in scenes of peril where Nicholas cage playing the lead of pilot of the ship realizes he might have made a mistake. I can't say it was a realistic portrayal of the rapture because it hasn't happened. This is a good message for Christian families. 3 1/2 stars for a good effort. Slow building but it's not horrible.
When a family agrees to sit shiva after their father passes away, on top of the fact Judd finds out his wife has been with his boss for over year nothing seems to go right. This An adaption to Jonathan troopers bestselling novel of the same name featuring Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Timothy Olyphant, and Jane Fonda. A funny look a family dysfunction that takes a emotional turn and phenomenal performances.
I read the books so I knew the storyline. Chole Grace Moretz nailed the role, shes a phenomenal actress. its a scene by scene out the book which i was happy about. Great soundtrack but the movie wasn't geared towards the music which is what i love about the novel hence the 41/2 stars. People who havent read the books cant say they hated the ending in truth it ends the same way because its follow up story is "WHERE SHE WENT" although i have to say its probably in the list of films of the better pictures i saw this summer.
Good fantasy. Not like the book and the cast was good, Will smith is the only one who seemed out of place. Scenes felt rushed. A good portion of details were missing. It's a feel good film and I don't discourage seeing it. Critics are just bullies with sense of making films for themselves for once. Go see it.
If you love trainspotting. And just overtop comedy. Starring James Macovoy and Jamie Bell as two junkie cops in Scotland. I can't say i recommend it. It's not for faint of heart. But it's great fun for those who favor independent films.