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The Book of Eli
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Great Movie!

Denzel give another stellar performance.

Star Trek
Star Trek (2009)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

They need to let it go. Seen it before; done better.

Why re-tell a story 100 BLAM times. This also goes for Super-man, Batman, Spider-man, Star Wars, Iron-man, etc.....

Why does Hollywood no do anything original. They are probably incapable of doing so.

Crazy Heart
Crazy Heart (2009)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is a good movie worth seeing. Unlike other (Avatar) CGI garbage. This is a real story about everyday affairs.

Jeff Bridges gives a wonderful performance.

Sherlock Holmes
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

All the characters in this movie think and act as if it's the 21st century; in this too contemporary miss mash of a film. The diction, mannerisms, Hair & appearance(Downey) clothes(improper cut)and sexual roles are all wrong. This is a complete farce to the legacy of the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle classic work. The main purpose here seems to be "cool" and "hip" and scrap any remotely realistic portrayal of life in 19th century London.

Another worthless movie that should never have been made. I guess Madonna had one great prenuptial agreement. So we get this shameless venture for monetary purposes.

I only wish I could rate 0%!

For any Sherlock Holmes fans who desire a more realistic experience done correctly and(IMO)the best ever done; see Jeremy Brett. Brett's Sherlock Holmes in the 1984?94 series of Granada Television films, adapted by John Hawkesworth and other writers from the original stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are superb!

Avatar (2009)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This film is a disgrace to cinema. Cameron proves he should have went into another profession. The characters and story are completely derivative and generic one dimensional cartoon characters. It takes more than $500 million dollars worth of F/X debauchery to make a great or even good movie.

It takes creativity, originality and good story telling. Cameron fails on all fronts. The plot is juvenile and follows the same formula of other Hollywood big budget CGI dung heaps (Transformers2 and G I Joe come to mind). The so called "romance" is less convincing than Charlie Brown and the little red haired girl. Absolutely no chemistry can be detected. This "movie" has forced me to be the first to let Mr. James Cameron know it is time to RETIRE.

Avatar is a video game nothing more nothing less.