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I enjoyed Sky High, so I was expecting more of the same lighthearted fun. But this movie was terrible- dull dialogue, clunky plot transitions, etc. The kids were actually pretty good, but man, they didn't have much to work with.
I really liked this film. I like the notion of Australia being a land of dangerous magic that doesn't take shit from anybody. This reminded me of a couple of Weir's early works--The Last Wave and Picnic at Hanging Rock. Certainly not the same caliber; there was no wandering dead manatee in those films. But there was a lot to like here. The discord between husband and wife, never to be resolved, was a wonderful refreshing spice in the mix. I'd watch it again.
Probably not as good as Basterds, but delivered everything you'd expect from Tarantino. Great acting, standard Tarantino black humor. Waltz is superb as the German. DiCaprio also shines, though his role is a bit, just a bit, overacted.
Classic western with great dialogue and layered characters. Viggo steals the show, and that's tough to do when you're opposite Harris.
Saw this with my family; it was my second time. A nearly perfect little film with a positive but not preachy message, quirky and likeable characters, and that wonderful burtonesque fairy tale quality. I'm not normally a fan of repeated use (or any) of flashback in films, but this was enjoyable enough to make up for it.