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Loved this film. One of the best films I have seen this year I reckon and I've seen a few. Scarlet was great in the role and looked absolutely beautiful, she is just such a screen presence. Lots of action and a good story too, the 2 hours just flew by. Quite a mixed audience but lots of young guys there too, either for the action or the fact she looked almost nude for a few scenes! The action was good though and the cinema stayed quiet, another sign of a happy audience!
Pretty exciting and lots of great Monsters, would have been even better in 3D I think. Definitely a family film but some sensitive younger children may be a bit scared in a couple of scenes. Thought it was a good story and Kong was as great and as expressive as ever. A good night at the movies for most people seeing it I reckon.
Good film. War-time drama. Brad Pitt looked rather handsome in this film, has he had botox as he did look younger? A beautiful woman was the lead, this was the woman that Angela Jolie apparently got jealous about during the filming. Good plot, slow paced but a good movie overall. Steamy sex scene in the car but not much nudity, all tastefully done!
Very good film, by the time I had got home I had digested all the information and worked the film out totally. Some people were still sitting there after the film possibly hoping for a bit more to help their thought process. Excellent, definitely recommend for all people with an open mind and a love of sci-fi!
An excellent sci-fi movie, shame I didn't see it in 3D as it would have been fabulous in that. A good tale with fantastic special effects and I thought that Benedict Cumberbatch played his role very well. The kids loved it and laughed at all the comical bits. I think it appeals definitely to male children of a certain age and us immature minded adults who still love sci-fi!