I adored the book and I adored the movie. Viola Davies, Emma Stone, well basically the whole cast was brilliant.
I liked how they made the movie so, real and belieavable. And they didn't stray far from the book, which is a huge feat.
It freaked me out. It wasn't even that scary, well-.made or even; good but it still freaked me out.
The talking cow had me laughing.
Not really wirth seeing. Pretty typical slasher movie, I didn't see the end coming but that doesn't count because I never do. With funny-ish-bits.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World took me by surprise. I honestly watched thinking it was going to be...well bad but it was surprisingly good.
Visually brilliant, with great fitting music wand decent performances. I have a small crush on Michael Cera because he's just so damn cute and you kinda just want to inch his cheeks.
I thought it was a pretty original movie and I haven't seen anything like it in a really long time, a really nice change actually. Kieran Culkin was brilliantly funny as were all the seven evil exes.
Really worth watching, it will surprise you.
It wasn't at all what I expected. I loved the part in Italy with the food, but that may also have been because I was hungery when I went to see this movie.
Julia Roberts is one of my favorite actresses and I think she did a really good job, it was just that her character wasn't that likeable.
The movie kind of stopped for me after Italy, because it was long, and dragged out after that. Even if the banter inbetween Ms Gilbert and Richard from Teas was really funny in India. That couldn't save the movie though.
Not awesome, kind of boring.
Kinda a typical romcom. Not all bad, it made me laugh. The actors did well, especially the supporting ones. Applegate and Gaffigan totally stole the show every time they had screentime in my opinion. Same goes for Sudeikis and Day, those two had chemistry!