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Coming from someone that's not a huge fan of war movies, this one was okay, but not necessarily all that special...
Steve Carell is great casting, but this film does not resemble the source material, sacrificing subtle humor for in your face slapstick and action.... Thanks Hollywood, for ruining something I loved.
I actually endorsed the first hulk film, but what makes this one better than the first run, is a more serious focus on the inner turmoil of Banner, a less cartoony Hulk, and the lack of a strange Ang Lee Haiku approach
A great blend of comedy, character development, and social commentary. Another great addition to the Pixar family.
The first major disappointment of the summer, curse you for marketing this as a great summer action flick, instead for the Michael Bayesc directed, loopy plot, that is poorly acted by everyone involved.
The highly anticipated return of Indy is certainly entertaining and can stand next to the earlier sagas, but nonetheless I cannot deny that something is missing to put it on the exact same level.
A typical "Indie Film" and then the last 20 minutes get ridiculous. I think there might be an underlying message but not really sure. I just can't quite recommend it.
Surprisingly funny and features solid performances throughout.
Turn off your brain and go along for the ride! Critics have been harsh about this having a bad script but honestly, if you expect Oscar going into this, then its your own damn fault for being disappointed. The cinematography and special effects are top-notch in this....(dare I say it) High-Octane summer blockbuster....
An original and unique horror film, but somehow I doubt the American version can live up to this.
I don't get why this is considered a classic. Not that its terrible, but I was highly disappointed. If this is John Wayne's best, then I am not a John Wayne fan and perhaps my love for westerns is limited to the films of Eastwood and Leone.
Really makes you think... seriously!
So here we have a film that relies totally on lighting, shots, and feel. The plot is extremely long and drawn out even for a 90 minute film and the acting is only so-so. I recommend it on behalf of the cinematography, but being weird soley for being weird does not make an excellent film.
Robert Downey Jr. really takes what would be a typical, disappointing comic book film and turns into something very entertaining and enjoyable! I hope the sequels have less Iron Man action and more Tony Stark ranting on and on about anything and everything
Another great 70's thriller, probably Coppola's most underrated work too.
Like Batman Begins, it lets the past be the past, and starts out with a clean slate to make an entertaining film, I still miss the 90's animation though!
Kurosawa's attempt at film noir is certainly entertaining and beautiful at moments, yet as Brooks put it, I could do with the Sean Penn esq. beating me over the head with your message!
Why couldn't R2 and 3PO be as amusing as the characters they were inspired by.
A crucial film for anyone interested in film history; the argument that this is the "original" film noir is justified. However, Metropolis remains to be Fritz Lang's Masterpiece
A great look at the seedy underbelly of New York, which paved the way for Scoressee to basically do the same thing in the late 70's