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Fantastic. Had me on the edge of my seat. J.K. Simmons is incredible.
Introduces a variety of interesting ideas, then resolves them in a conventional and perfunctory way.
Four people all attempting to manipulate one another all at the same time. Exceedingly good fun.
Cheesy, slow, and stricken with cliches, the writing fails to live up to the exotic environs and big names.
My all-time favorite movie. Incomparably flawless.
A pale shade of the first movie due to grossly inferior writing.
Deliciously dark and visually striking.
Solid dark comedy with a great early twist. If there's a flaw, it's the ending, which feels thrown together.
Things gradually get worse, and you know it's coming. It's interesting to see how things get worse, but the movie takes its time getting where it's obviously going.
Hilarious and underrated portrait of human stupidity.
McAvoy's character is extremely unsympathetic, and that's part of makes it fun and different.
I found it extremely depressing, but it definitely makes you think about the way time and experience forge us into what we are.
The attempt to add moral ambiguity to a familiar tale is to be applauded, but swapping black and white back and forth is not the same as adding grey.
Funny in places, but predictable on the whole. Still worth it for the cast, which acquits itself well.
Interestingly, it takes the existential and philosophical implications of the flood seriously, but it nonetheless takes a predictable stance in the end.
Overrated--what it has to say about Vietnam is (or ought to be) pretty obvious to us now, though perhaps this wasn't the case in 1987.
The movie manages to turn your sympathies from one character to another and back again several times without feeling overtly manipulative.
WWII movies are a dime a dozen, but has any WWII movie better captured the experience of manning a Sherman tank?
I know of no other animated movie quite like it--it's funny, dark at times, and consistently inventive.
I like the message, but it's too preachy and the writing just isn't good enough, even with Damon.