A few interesting techniques, but a few shaky performances. That's excluding Ellen Burstyn of course, who is heartbreaking to watch. Very dark and morbid, but never loses grip of the auiences attention. Not Aronofsky's best though.
Not anywhere near as awful as most critics have made it sound. In fact, it's suprisingly funny and charming. I always love to see Woody Allen acting in his movies. Perhaps a bit too much foreshadowing, but a decent comedy.
This movie could've said a lot more humanity than it did, as in, it could have been more philosophical like Ridley Scott's Blade Runner. The plot is fascinating, and the themes are somewhat thought provoking, but not as poigant as they should be.
This is cheesiest movie I've seen in my entire life. Yes, I know, it's supposed to be cheesy, but that doesn't make it good. The acting is atrocious, the script is loony, the plot is stupid, and the characters are boring. A faithful adaptation of a really cheesy show. Too faithful, in fact.
This movie could've went so terribly and several different points in the story, but luckily Fincher doesn't spend too much time focusing on the actual murder. The story stretches out too long after the murders end, but that is forgiven by decent acting, artsy visuals, and a suspenseful script.
I'm not a fan of any of the Superman movies, but this movie even if you were a fan of the series, you must admit, is garbage. The special effects are cheap, the script is poor, the acting is atrocious, the plot is propagandic, and the villain is useless.
Arguably the first major Hollywood superhero movie, and a bad one at that. Look, this is just cheese. Entertaining somewhat, but bad. I don't care how iconic it is. From start to finish it is cliches, corny lines, and hilariously bad moments.
I'm not used to see Herzog films that are not documentaries, but I should really get to fixing that. This was a great war movie, that really is more about survival than battle, and Christian Bale has complete role control. Brightly colored cinematography too.