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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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I've read A Brief History of Time and I still cannot get my head around how anyone in their right state of mind would fund this gigantic waste of time. Why Mark Wahlberg agreed to do this, Zooey Deschanel as well, is beyond me.
Seriously. Found this turd in the $3.74 bin and it isn't worth the damned plastic it was written to.
I have to give it at least a half star, but it's an absolute zero. No stars.
Although I like the premise, the execution is a little weak to me... I would like to spend some more time in this universe though. Few more points of view; maybe some more time spent on the aftermath. If this is possible maybe a little more time spewing technobabble to make it believable. The bit of action here is intense; there just wasn't enough
I was laughing in almost every scene of the movie. But I did feel really bad for Mark Wahlberg. Not only did most of the laughs come from him, but the character he played didn't fit Mark's personality at ALL. I think Mark's a great actor. Give him the right script and the right direction he's great. This is definitely not one of them lol.
After watching this I must agree that hot dogs do get a bad wrap. This movie was sooooo bad. The acting was on par with the room as was the writing. this one is definitely going on my its so bad it's good list
I liked this movie because it was fucking spooky! The biological terror that no one could fight was super scary and Shyamalan wins again for eerie cinematography. Bonus points for Mrs. Jones who was unexplainably bizarre. The only problem was SNL's Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals. I kept hearing "You're a dog. What's that all about?" It was an odd distraction. One thing I would like to note is that I never had teachers in high school who looked like Marky Mark and John Leguizamo. One thing that bothered me that I read bothered Marky Mark as well is why would there be food in a house that hasn't been lived in for years? Also why were the animals not affected in the beginning but later on they were? Anyway, I think it was the plants. Don't watch this before bed. Spooky.
While I appreciate the thought of a movie that reminds viewers to be gentle to the earth, this is not the right vehicle for that. It was just so frustratingly bad that any message it has gets overshadowed by the terrible dialog.
One of the most strangest movies I've ever seen. The acting and cast was alright, but the main problem with this movie was the plot. It makes no sense because of the fact that there's some air or something that makes people commit suicide.