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Enjoyable film. Not really a must-see, but worth your time if you're a De Niro fan, as he gives a solid performance here.
Good movie, worth watching if you're a Neeson fan.
Solid film. Impressive acting from DiCaprio and Hardy.
Very good movie.
Not that great, but Lonsdale and Auteuil do some fine acting here.
Pretty good Coen Bros. film. I prefer The Big Lebowski to it, but it certainly beats Intolerable Cruelty.
Enjoyable romance flick.
It's an okay movie, but not one of the best films Denzel has been involved in. It's quite violent and dark, but for me it lacks some spark.
Out of the Fuqua-Washington collaborations, I prefer Training Day.
Fairly boring film, although the performances from Jeffrey Wright and Catherine Zeta-Jones save it from being bad.
Russell Crowe is one of my all-time fave actors, but I feel his performance here is pretty one-note and forgettable. I don't blame him though, Hughes's direction was possibly the cause for this issue.
Okay romance, nothing too special.
Arquette's acting elevated the film a bit for me, plus I like the 80's vibe it has (it even has Dokken music).
Morgan Freeman, you're one of my all-time fave actors, but why oh why did you have to be in this terrible film? Couldn't even finish it.
Let me make clear that I love the sequel (Aliens) quite a bit. With that in mind, I currently like this one a teeny-weeny bit more. It came first, it gave us a dark story (thus being a clever reaction to the more uplifting Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope), and seems to send a message to people that we shouldn't wait for issues to get bigger before we face them.
One of Mr. Scott's masterpieces.
It's not bad but it's not great.
The first one is easily better.
A genuine comedy masterpiece. If you want to see a great comedy film, check this one out. A classic.
An excellent McTiernan-Schwarzenegger collaboration.