It has a few great dinosaur moments, but without the heart and wonder from the first film, "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" is nothing more but a monster movie with short thrills and a bad script that doesn't exactly deliver the message is trying to convey. I felt Steven Spielberg fell the ball on this one. Did he gave up or something? Honestly, the editing was terrible and the storyline wasn't heading the right direction. Was he paying attention at all??
Has the originality and concept to be a great, horror flick, but it's muddled by cheesy characters and several plot inconsistencies that make the characters even dumber and the story more cliche. Could have been so much better...
A terrifying, heartbreaking tale that will leave you speechless and crying; "Hotel Rwanda" delivered fine performances, suspenseful moments, and a plot that will get you engaged until the very end. It's powerful in every level. It's filmmaking at its best.
Outstanding in every level, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" is a thrilling, action packed ride that delivers a great story and great performances by the main cast. The special effects are amazing, the cinematography is beautiful, and Andy Serkis is an actor that seriously needs to be taken seriously. Bravo!
Both disturbing and shocking, "City of God" is a violent, no-holds barred film that centers around an organized crime that will leave you breathless and speechless. Seriously, all of these events actually happened? What the fuck Brazil?