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!
A very powerful movie with an amazing performance from Daniel Day Lewis. There are though some parts of the plot that I didn't quite get, and it was slightly boring at times.
But this movie about corruption, fanily and greed is over all a pretty good movie that is worth seeing. If only, for the brilliance of mr Day Lewis.
I'm slightly confused and undecided about this one actually. In some ways I really liked it. It was very interesting and the plot was different. but then there was the parts that probably went over my head because I couldn't understand them.
The ending for one. Exchuse me, but worst ending ever. Didn't get it at all. Viggo was good, not sure why I even had to mention that. Ed Harris is and always will be...well; Ed Harris.
Over all pretty good, but confusing.
It's very sweet, very akward and actually really good. The soundtrack is absolutley fantastic and I fell inlove with it.
Michael Cera and Kat Dennings are great together and both equally good at being akward and adorable. The cast over all is great and really fit into this Indie film.
Totally worth watching.
I didn't think the first one was very good and the second one was no better. Honestly it was rather dull. There were parts when nothing, and I mean nothing whatsoever, happened.
The clothes were...ugh...less than satisfactionary. I mean, seriously half the time SJP was dressed in something alien-like. Where was the brilliant fashion from the series? I do admit that Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis did look fabulous at times, and sometimes not so much. But they really only managed to put SJP in something good like...1 or 2 times!?
Aidan. The reason I wanted to see the movie. I had such a crush on Aidan, way back when, and wanted Carrie to end up with him. He still looked good- But since when did he become so sleazy(peronality wise)? So that was a bittersweet moment for me.
It had it's funny moments but sadly I think it didn't have the same aura as the series did. I missed it. Let's just hope this was the last SatC movie.
Not really worth seeing at all. Sorry.
This spin-off on Forgetting Sarah Marshall starring Russell Brand as the outrageous rockstar Aldous Snow and Jonah Hill as the rather pathetic side-kick-ish type Aaaron Green is funny. Not awesome, not terrible but funny. It's worth seeing if you liked Forgetting Sarah Marshall and well any movie starring Mr Brand.
I adore Russell so I liked the movie. But alot of the humor was reallly over the top and quickly got slightly anoying and predictable.
The soundtrack is really good though, the songs be Infant Sorrow are sardonicly funny and all are poking fun at the music-industry, celebrities and the like.
It's a Rob Schneider movie. Sadly that should explain it. It's a kinda sad, predictable movie relying on gay-sex-jokes, over all below-the-belt-humor and the fact that Rob Schneider is in it.
It had some funny moments, I'll admit that much. But let's face it, the whole scardey-cat-wuss-guy turns into big-macho-man thanks to an uncontrovential and kinda creepy mentor, well it's been done before. That and the whole ends up in prison which stars an manipulative warden and the guy changes the whole place thing too, The Longest Yard ring any bells?
Meh. That's all I have to say really.
From the makers of the fantastic "The Hangover" comes this funny movie. It is nowhere near the brilliance of The Hangover though.
I haven't laughed so much in a really long time. It was ridiculously funny and the chemistry between Robert and Zack was brilliant. I adored this movie and it is totally worth watching if you liked the hangover. And if you like Robert Downey Jr. because he, as always can do no wrong.
What is Surfer Dude about? I honestly have no idea. It had some funny scenes with Woody Harrelsson. No plt whatsoever. Matthew McConaughey was shirtless through basically the whole thing.
As far as surf movies go I usually like them. Thid one isn't wroth seeing. It's very dragged out and frankly; Plot-less.
Based on a true story, Julie lives in New York and is unsatisfyed with her life at the moment. She decides to start a Blog, The Julie&Julia Projekt. She has one year to cook every single piece in famous Julia Child's French Cookbook.
The plot switches from Julie to Julia, not confusing at all. It's cute. Alot better than I thought it would be, honestly. I really would like to read the book. That it's based on a true story makes it funnier and sweeter at the same time.
I like food (who doesn't?) but I am never going to be a cook or anything remotedly like it. Let's just say I'm not a master in the kitchen. This movie is ver easy going, has a plot that keeps you interested. The cast is really good, they all do their parts justice.
Really cute movie that's worth watching of you want an "Good Feeling" movie to see.
<i>"Peace, they say, is the enemy of memory. So it had been for my boys. For some time now, their past had felt like a dream. Then, suddenly, it was back."</i>
The Saints are back. Funnier, deadlier and just as hot as before.
We last saw the Saints with their father. Now they've been hiding for years in Ireland, living the quiet life. But now when a priest in their home turf, Boston, gets killed and their fraimed for it they head back. Revenge in their eyes they head back to once again bring justice in the name of God.
The plot is just as messy as the first one if not messier, it has more subplots thien the first. The Dialouge is once again brilliant and the cast is just as great even if I missed Willem Dafoe's brilliant character a great deal. I didn't have any hopes for it honestly because sequels are seldom good. This one is just as good as the first one and actually funnier. It has more humor in it.
If you liked the first one you'll love this one, pure brilliance.
The chemistry between Aniston and Butler is defenitley there and is probably what makes the entire movie better than it is.
The plot is mediocre, I've never really been a huge fan of Jennifer Aniston so she does once again not get any plus points.
Gerard Butler on the other hand is funny, charismatic and worth a mentioning.
A typical chick-flixk starring Aniston really. Not that funny at all.
Not great. Not awful. Medicore.
Damn. This movie has to be one of the greatest mystery/psykological thrillers I have seen in a while.
When Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio team up it's bound to be somewhat good, right? But this, this was just pure, unadultred brilliance.
The plot/storyline grabs a hold of you from the start and you just can't look away. I never saw that ending coming and that really made the story even greater.
Visually it's good as well and the preformances from Leonardo DiCaprio to Ben Kingsley were just fantastic. And Mark Ruffalo of course, he was great too but then again I always adore him so that was given.
See it. That's all I have to say, just see it and you will not be dissapointed.
The fact that it is allegedly based on a true story really makes my heart ache. The fact that these things actually occur is horrifying.
The plot grabs you from the start as you watch the boys interact with eachother brilliantly and then it takes a radical turn once they make that one mistake. To think that one small mistake can change your life.
The plot is very intense it reaches out and really touches your soul and mind. And it doesn't leave you for quite some time. I watxhed ot two days ago and it's still with me, that's just how good it was.
The acting is brilliant. Both from the young boys and well we all expect brilliance from De Niro and Hoffman. Watch De Niros face as Jason Patric tells him what really happened at that faculty. That my friends is brilliant acting. Enter Hoffman as the drunkard lawyer and you have some kind of morbid humor mixed into it. Bacon is perfect as the creepy and sadidticly cruel guard that gave me a serious case of the creeps.
In reality, I don't think you could have pulled off the leagal scam Pitt,Patric,Hoffman and De Niro did in the end. But the story still drags you in and makes you think. I cried, I laughed and I was horrified. Brilliant cast, great performances by all, great plot. Defeinitley worth watching.