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This movie starts out well, but ends up with the same formulaic video game ending, and the same cliche of a major character dying. I was expecting the usual video game fake violence, so it was better than expected, but nothing spectacular. The sound editing was poor, and some dialogue was very difficult if not impossible to hear, and the thick accent of Gal Gadot made other dialogue indecipherable.
This is a funny, charming movie about two ex-Presidents from different political parties, played by the greats Jack Lemmon and James Garner, who team up to stop the plots of the current administration, whose President is played by Dan Aykroyd, who tries to blame them for his current scandal, and later tries to have them assassinated. With Lauren Bacall.
The remake is a charming, well-crafted love story, the most common theme in movie history, of Cinderella finding her prince. Starring Harrison Ford, who has never been given an Oscar, but here is one of 5 or 6 he deserved, Julia Ormond, and Greg Kinnear. This is a beautiful movie that is irresistibly appealing. The chauffeur's daughter is romanced by both ultra-rich brothers. Despite what the majority of professional movie critics say, this is an example of a remake that is far better than the original. Julia Ormond is a far better actress than the overrated Audrey Hepburn, and also far more attractive. The vastly underrated Harrison Ford's performance is far better than the subpar effort Bogart gave in the original, perhaps in part because he was playing opposite Hepburn, who he found unattractive and a mediocre actress. The script was better in the remake (perhaps because the original ran into time pressure) and the love story became more believable because of it. Finally, although it is politically incorrect to say so, the remake was in color, which greatly improved the viewing experience of this film. Oh, and one more thing: The 1950s hairstyle, eyebrow makeup, and dresses worn by Hepburn were hideous.
One of the great, vastly underrated soap operatic love stories, between Kirk Douglas and Kim Novak, who are married to other people. With Walter Matthau, Barbara Rush, and Ernie Kovacs.
A creative science fiction thriller, and action movie, starring pro wrestler Roddy Piper, about creatures from another star system who have secretly infiltrated Earth. Cleverly written and highly entertaining, with some memorable action comedy lines. The creatures treat the Earth and its human inhabitants, just like the Republican billionaires do.