It was fun, good acting, lots of action. I'm not the biggest Sherlock fan however, but it was good. It will be interesting to see what they come up with in the sequel.
I'm pretty sure there will be one, there's plenty of Holmes material to draw from, and Robert Downey Jr is really huge right now, so franchise potential is pretty good.
Wow, I really enjoyed it, felt like a pretty faithful adaptation of the cartoon. There were some things I would have like to be different, but mostly it was a really fun summer sci-fi adventure!
Wolverine was an okay origin movie about our favourite mutant's early years. It had some good action sequences and characters, but I don't think it's as good as the X-Men films, I think they were made much better.
One thing that stands out though, is the continued good acting of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. Since the 1st X-Men movie I've felt that he really brings Wolverine's character alive.
Who knew so many good films came out of England? I mean that sincerely. Hollywood American films tend to get all the attention, while films like this British tale of race relations and conflict often get overlooked.
Though there are many great American classics, movies across the pond also derserve a look.
It just goes to show that many areas of the world have vibrant, talented film industries with good stories to tell.
Powerful movie with a good social message, not an easy film to watch, but a really important one, examining issues like gang violence, racism, and honoring your elders. Eastwood gives a great perfomance, like always. It is CLINT EASTWOOD after all...
Forrest Gump for the 21st Century. Abut a man born old, and grows younger backwards. What it shares in common with Gump is that they're both movies about indviduals born diofferent from others, who end up doing extraordinary things. They also see a lot of extraordinary history along the way, and touch the lives of everyone around them.
Great film, Brad and Cate were amazing.