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Well, let's see....aliens cause a partially-frozen mammoth to re-awaken so that it can steal souls for them with its demon trunk, and if they don't find a way to stop it, the main characters will be nuked along with their whole town. Fine, I accept the ridiculousness of the premise. My only question is this.....why does the government agent's charger make batmobile sounds when it drives?
Kind of a lousy movie as a whole....but worth a watching just for the somewhat surprising ending.
Not a good horror movie, but a superb monster movie. It's more of a thriller than anything, and the characters are very likable and follow a predictable but enjoyable story. I'm glad I caught this one in theatres, I think I appreciated it a lot more on the big screen than I will on DVD.
Not actually bad, for a direct-to-dvd sequel. Obviously it can't hold a candle to the original, but it was pretty well written...and it's nice to see that they hold to the original's continuity in terms of how the vampires look, act, and speak. I just can't believe that after all she'd seen, Stella was stupid enough to try and revive eben....1) he died willingly for no other reason than he was losing his humanity and he knew it....and 2) has nobody ever seen pet cemetary? Sometimes, dead is better. Sometimes, dead is better.
Here's the thing....this movie actually struck me as so good that anything I say about it will come out as fanboy sputtering. Bottom line is, go see it, and stay the heck after the credits. Screw Iron Man. Captain America has always, is always, and will always be the most awesome marvel hero of all time.
I consider this to be one of the most memorable horror flicks of the 2000's. Though it's not without its flaws, it presents a nemesis with which I can identify....an evil video game. And it has a good supply of jump scares that are as predictable as the sunrise but still manage to make you leap out of your skin anyway. I have to admit, if this was a real video game, I would play it. And I would die. And I would have no one to blame except myself.
The rumors are true: This is the best of the Transformer films we know and love. I am still upset about the loss of Mikaela as a character (Not because of her attractiveness, but because I was invested in her relationship with Sam by this point)....but the new girl does a pretty good job of filling the void. There are a great deal of plot twists in this movie that you really don't see coming, and the tone of the film makes you surprised at how much you've come to care about a bunch of fictional robots in the course of the three movies we've known them. I'm glad Michael Bay and Shia Lebouf are done with Transformers now....they really went out with a bang.
Terrible as an action epic. HYSTERICAL as a comedy. Pretty much from the first five minutes of the movie on, the dialogue alone makes it impossible to take the movie seriously. After you get over that hump, it becomes a movie you can't stop watching. I can't in good conscience give it higher than a 3.5 because it was really just an awful, awful movie...but truth be told, I had a lot of fun watching it, and I wouldn't mind watching it again. Some of the lines, though riddled with an obscene number of f-bombs, were classics, and at that, classics that I may use in later life. I recommend the horror-comedy fans watch it, honestly. Just make sure you don't go into it thinking that it will be a masterpiece.
In the interest of keeping facebook spoiler-free (since I attended an advance screening of the film), I shall say this much and this much only: if you know dc comics (green lantern and justice league) pretty well, the movie is awesome. If you don't, it's just 'pretty good'. This is really a movie for dc comics fans, not Ryan Reynolds fans. But as I am an avid dc fan and a pretty enthusiastic Reynolds fan as well, l thought it was amazing. The second one will easily top it, though. This is just the first chapter of Hal Jordan's story. The best is yet to come.
Worst movie ever made. lmao But hysterical to watch. Like a train wreck where no one gets hurt. XD
HE NEVER SAID HE WAS SORRY!!!!! WTF!!!! Im finding it hard to be objective about this movie, having seen the ending. This kid is just focused on all the wrong things, for all the wrong reasons....and he's constantly being screwed over because his decisions are so poor. You do feel bad for him, you can't help it. He really does destroy his life. But he is in no way without his faults, and he never seems to realize that he made mistakes treating people the way he did, which is the makings of an all around terrible person. I get it, the movie is supposed to be a comedy and it is pretty funny here and there, but really...it's not a comedy, it's a drama. This movie is sad, man. It's a really sad story. Also I find it really ironic that of all people, the porn star is the most moral and upstanding character in the film. It was a great movie, but I hate the ending. P.S. If you're hesitant to expose yourself to language or nudity, you should not even think about watching.
I used to believe my worst fear was dying alone. This film has shown me otherwise.... my worst fear is dying alone and being forgotten. What a horrible, horrible fate. Maybe not the best movie ever made, but definitely disturbing and....almost upsetting. Really good horror flick.
Amityville Horror + The Messengers + Rosemary's Baby = Fertile Ground. Only, they could have been combined much better. In terms of acting, the talents are pretty good, particularly for a C+ horror film that went straight to DVD. The same can be said about the soundtrack. Even the script wasn't awful, though it had it's lagging moments...the real problem was that the plot was so tired. From the very first shot (which, by the way, was female nudity...that's right...the very first shot in the movie. Boobs. No reason), the whole movie was screaming, "Yeah, yeah, we know. Haunted farm, it's been done. Just give us a chance, will ya?". It's not the director or the screenwriter's fault that the producer threw this horse crap at them as a plot, so I gave it 3 stars for being the best it could be under terrible circumstances. If nothing else, the opening 4 minutes of the film as a whole are disturbing enough to keep you watching further.
You know, I don't put much stock in After Dark Horrorfest because traditionally the movies are...how shall I put this.....terribad. But this one was surprisingly good! Certainly not shy on the gore, there was more than one instance where I reeled back away from my computer and winced in pain on behalf of the victims, so it's definitely not a movie you can get away with seeing if you've got a weak stomach. But storywise, I think this really held its ground. It had a really tragic ending, but overall it was a story about two kids who spent their whole lives freakishly abnormal and wanted so desperately to be ordinary, in the smallest possible ways. The last line in the movie is really the first time that you realize what the two of them been trying to do during the course of the previous hour and a half...and for the sake of not spoiling the movie, I'll just say this: It's quite possibly the most heartbreaking dialogue I've ever heard in a horror movie.
Great movie. Stupid ending. "She never lied to us..." ....yeah. Thanks sherlock. We actually figured that one out on our own, but we're glad you finally put two and two together.
But...if Emily was blind....how could she see the blood??? 0.o Blech. In terms of sheer marketability, a grindhouse film is best when it doesn't take itself seriously. lol
It's a radically different animal than the original trilogy, but it's definitely got the makings of greatness! :D This is proof that Jack and Barbossa are fully capable of having standalone adventures with the absence of Will and Elizabeth. Granted we kind of get Will and Elizabeth surrogates in Serena and Phillip, but the two newbies have new and unique personality traits that Will and Elizabeth never really had, and so we don't mind appreciating them as new characters altogether. I sure hope Penelope Cruz returns in the next one though. I really like her character, Angelica. :-P don't believe the hype that this isn't as good as the trilogy! Go see it!