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Better than I thought it would be, but my expectation was very low. Serviceable comedy, but a little too Jesus-y for me, almost preachy. And it really bugged me that the friend being pregnant was an unnecessary detail that didnâ(TM)t impact the story at all. Trace Atkins was surprisingly amusing though.
I can't quite figure out why, but I really hated this movie.
Another in a long list of solid horror movies with lousy endings. They never really explain what exactly this unseen entity is. Otherwise, it was an above-average horror movie.
Too many couples, too many annoying characters, and not much closure. If not for Connie Briton and the guy from The League, I probably would've given it 1 star. Some of the situations were very believable, while some were ridiculous.
A good, effective horror movie. My only complaints are that: 1. The ending was lame, but they kinda pinned themselves in a corner where they couldn't really end it well; and 2. The music selection was just weird. It was almost comical and at times, it took me out of the movie. Having said that, I still liked it, and I can definitely see a sequel and a prequel being made at some point.
As much as I love the Lord of the Rings, this probably should've won the Best Picture Oscar over Return of the King, but I'm guessing the Academy felt like they owed Peter Jackson for making him lose to Chicago and Beautiful Mind the two years before (both mistakes in my opinion).
More annoying than anything else, but it has its funny moments. Not the worst Halloween movie I've ever seen.
One of my favorite Friday the 13th movies. I liked the twist ending.
Good, but not great in my opinion. I couldn't understand how this won Best Picture.
I didn't understand several parts. Chief among them - why Tom Cruise had a clone. It wasn't really explained. Special effects were great, but overall I didn't care for it.
This very narrowly avoided being a completely typical romantic comedy. Without the twist ending, I would've given it 2 stars or less. Jennifer Coolidge was trying too hard to be funny, and usually failed. Keri Russell was good, but I found it hard to believe that as a self-professed HUGE Jane Austen fan, she pretty much gave up on Austenland 5 minutes after she got there. The supporting cast (besides Coolidge) helped save this one.
Worth seeing just for the ridiculous ad slogans and insane asylum characters.
It was funny for a while, but it was a little overrated. I didn't laugh at almost anything Danny McBride said or did, which was disappointing. Jonah Hill was kind of a let-down too. I did like Craig, Seth, James, and for the most part, Jay. Ending was pretty funny too. I'd watch it again. I just think it didn't quite deserve all the praise it got.
This was a surprisingly good movie. The first half was definitely better than the second half, mainly because the first half was mostly comedy while the second half was mainly drama. It also boasts one of the best dance numbers I've seen in any movie in a long time. The ending's a little cheesy and JGL's character's whining starts to get old, but it's still a really enjoyable movie.
It's about 2/3 of a good movie, but the last 40 minutes or so killed its momentum. It dragged on way too long, to the point where I considered fast-forwarding.