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I liked the movie. It definitly didn't have that string of nostalga I was hoping for but it was kind of good. Great performances throughout.
As Far as the comedy scenes yes; it had some funny moments, and serious drama scenes; yes some of the scenes had some feeling behind it. But honest it doesn't have enough of those elements to really make it seem like anything from american types or Romantic comedy. Unfunny, Unmoving but it had some soul. Just not enough of it.
This movie was pretty wierd, but at the same time I did enjoy the performances by Gillian Anderson (I am a X-File fan) and the other guy gave a good perofrmance as well. The movie was kinda wierd but after a second viewing I got it a little better and I really think this movie was very well put to gether and the score just adds a tone that made the movie more enjoyable. The dialogue was top notch for me and the way the actors say there lines on screen was very well thought out and I think this is one of the better movies I have seen in awhile.
The movie was definitly different then most of the movies of it's kind. Jason Ritter gives a very unlikly performance as does that one chick. The movie does get creepy at times but you can over look it just for the movies utmost liklihood ofgrowing out of a shell that are so used to as a child. Good flick
This movie is just plain old strange. it features a mediocre performances, and slow motion sex scenes.
Adam Scott gives such a great performance that I just couldn't believe what I saw from the guy. He gives such a intensly real performance I would say watch the movie just because of him. Everyone else was good but Adam Scott just suprised me. The movie was very good and had a semi original plot with some missing things that could have added to make the movie a bit more climatic but in the end I was happyu with the final product. Adam Scott was pretty amazing in the title role, if you've seen any of his other movies, you'll be pretty suprised at how he did.
Whats there to say that hasn't already been said?
Honestly? The movie wasn't half bad. It WAS wierd, and very strangly acted and played out. With some very strange things attached to the ideas that this film kind of offers to you, the movie just screams every perverse thing you could possibly think of. The movie just had some very wierd scenes and how it ended up playing out....well i'll let you decide. Worth a view, but like Hupperts Piano Teacher it's just really wierd to watch. Good but not great either.
The movie seemed to have some very intense scenes. And the movie does so with a flair that makes the movie interesting enough to watch, but you can't really bring yourself to watch it again. While the leading lady does give a very good performance she does so with such an intensity, that it really felt that she was this character. Strangly enough the movie is worth a view if you can listen to some of the bizzare requests the main character asks.
Despite good performances, the movie just didn't seem to have any real point. The movie seemed to drag on, despite have a very short run time. Stewart gave a very good performance, but her character was making some pretty stupid decisions. In the end I just was very pleased, and the movie just seemed to be about stupid people doing things that aren't that suprising and lead to a climax that, well didn't feel ery climactic. Decent, but nothing to brag about.
In most retrospect the movie surpasses at what so many other movies fail at doing. I went into the movie expecting to see zombies but what I got was very far from what I was expecting. With some very well shot scenes and an ending that was actually pretty good all things considered. The movie takes many ideas and turns them into something very different from what many directors would have done with these ideas. Good movie, using all the right tools, and it uses thos tools correctly despite having many unoriginal insights. Could have been better, but at the same time it could have been much, much worse.
Allright, let me first induce to you that I have never seen a Star Trek movie ever period, but this movie did make me want to watch the other ones. And yes this movie did make me question whether or not Star War was my favorite space opera. With some great performances by Sylar and Just my Luck guy, the movie was funny and it had the right blend of action and the right pace when it came to story telling despite some minor setbacks by director J.J. Abrams (which would be the shad fight scenes and the shaky camrea movements) the movie definitly lives up to the all the hype.
I really wasn't that interested in the movie, but Bullock kept me interested. It had some decent scenes that kept it up but in the end the movie was very much for a specific audience, mind you keep your distance from the ideals the movie tries to show you throughout the course of the movie. I'm not to impressed with the screenplay or the whole "true story" limbo. Bassically it's not anything I haven't seen before, and it didn't really offer any solace in a uninspiring story. But some of the performances were good, but is it worth watching for them? No, it isn't.
Not perfect and going into the movie not being a fan or the original movie, I would say the movie was pretty cool. Not offering much of a story and more of a action movie, I can honestly say that I enjoyed the movie. Not perfect and not really well paced to make this one an instant classic. To be honest the pacing was really bad, and the the movie offers up characters that didn't really do anything throughout the movie. It had some decently cool effects but i'm not really sure why but I enjoyed the movie. Average action flick that had potential but came up short.
In my own personal thought I think that the movie was actually very good by the time it was over. Looking the reviews that Have cauht my eye, I ask what made me think that this movie was good? Was it the sceenplay? Plot? Perforemances? What about the score? In the end I thoughtthe final product was very good, while not perfect. Good
Allright, first the movie hit on alot of tender subject, and while not doing so with the elgance of Morgan Spurlock or Michael Moore, the move gets its point across. Doug Benson get his point across by noting the facts playing by the rules. Most people told they didn't like it because it wasn't funny and it didn't have a overall coherent idea. Not true, the does follow the basic concept: Is weed really all that bad? The movie follows the lives of people who fought and who are fighting in order to get weed past the law and into the air. A world where you will be jugded not based on the type of smoke in your lungs. Following the individuals that have been drastically changed by smoking cannibus, and offering insight that many people just don't realize is there. Great movie.
Now the movie wasn't as great as I was hoping but at least it got the job done. While it ain't no Pulp Fiction. And to be honest the violence wasn't really all that bad (I just kept hearing how violent it was). Brad Pitt gave a likable performance, but he wasn't the shining light of the movie. The French actress was very good as was Eli Roth. While not the most groundbreaking, at least it lived up to what I was hoping for, but I think it could've gone on for a little longer.
Sean Penn is really the only person that made this movie work. He pulled of such an intense performance, it really is pretty amazing. Now that that is out of the way, The movie seems to suffer from the fact that it takes a very controversial subject and makes it seem very refined and something that is easily read and understood. The movie tries to trick the viewer into think that this could really happen but in reality, the case would have been over from the get go. But it does bring some pretty memorable scenes thanks to Sean Penn. Bad but worth a view just for Penn
The movie isn't definitly anything I haven't seen before. And the ghost seems to resemble Akuma from Street Fighter. No real ideas, just more tea bags added to an already over done tea. Jean Grey pulls of some decent scenes but so far I didn't Really notice that it was even anything special from the get go. However I will admit that the last 20 or so minutes of the movie are where it really begins to shine. But are the other 80 minutes really worth your time?
Sasha grey puts up her usual films on hold and decide to give serious drama a try. I will admit that she does try extremly hard to to pull of the kind of noir that is expected with this genre of filmmaking but instead we get something that is a little more bland then what you would expect. Soderbergh is a great independant director and this film proves that but neverthless, the movie progression and photography are bland and at times, a little repetative. and the reason the greatr direction was repetative was because I could barely understand what was going on in the movie because many of the scenes felt like they were just back ground noise. Not Good, but not Horrible.