Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Manages to be solid enough, but strictly as a remake, it doesn't stand up to the 1994 original. While the CGI effects are outstanding and groundbreaking, the story is what we've seen before with little change and doesn't pack the same emotional punch. Visually stunning and beautiful, but not as impactful is the best way to put it.
Very funny and very rewatchable. The three lead children do amazing jobs and some of their experiences mirror real life junior high. Those moments of friendships changing with age actually stick out in a movie full of crass jokes spoken by kids. The inappropriate humor is balanced out by other moments of truth and it makes for a very memorable comedy.
Outstanding performances from Pacino and Williams drive this film. They are terrific and do a great job of blurring the lines of who we typically consider to be a hero or villain. The grim atmosphere sets a wonderful tone throughout the whole movie and it is one of the best detective thrillers out there.
Terrific thriller with heartpounding scenes and amazing performances. Blunt, Del Toro, and Brolin all shine in their roles and the ambiguity of what's right and wrong in the war against crime lingers after the film is over. The score is also great and the violence is memorable, due to the fact that it is grounded and not stylistic. It's raw and horrifying, demonstrating the grittiness the director was going for. The scene where the convoy is stuck in traffic is especially tense and well-shot.
Great film held up by a touching story and brilliant performances from the two lead actors. Perhaps not quite worthy of it's best picture win at the Oscars, but I don't want to put it down much, because it is still a wonderful film. The banter between the two main characters feels real and is honestly very funny at times. Overall, this movie boasts heartwarming moments as well as crushing ones, but balances them well.