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Seriously, if Sander & Aniston would just stop making movies that'd be fine me. They were cute on small screens in the '90s but that is not enough to justify this drivel.
Liked this movie and the whole cast is good . . . but for 2 hours long I think we all deserve more Angelina.
Anna Kendrick came very close to being TOO "Anna Kendrick" here, but overall this movie was so much fun. First movie I've ever enjoyed Blake Lively in, but she did a great job and Henry Golding was excellent, also. Paul Feig has such a knack for making extremely watchable films. P.S. the potty-mouthed little boy was hilarious.
wish they had skipped the whole flashback idea; didn't work for me. I just wanted more Meryl, more of all the original movie characters, and much much more CHER!
The stars are magnetic, and Paris and THE FASHION is to die for. The story and dialogue are cringe-worthy, and only a couple of the several songs hold up. The 30-year age gap b/w Astaire and Hepburn is just . . . yuck.
This movie was a mess! The plot made even less sense than the first - enjoyable - movie and the American cast members dragged down the movie, honestly. I made it through only out of affection for Colin Firth, Taron Egerton and Mark Strong. Bonus points for Elton.
Another well-done Moore documentary. The low audience score is clearly courtesy of the MAGA crowd, and doesn't reflect the movie itself.
The acting was all fantastic. As a non-poker player, though, a lot of it was over my head.
Liked, not loved. Cast good it just felt restrained, like everyone from director to cast was holding back a bit. Would like to see the ladies have more fun, they maybe played it TOO cool. Sandra Bullock really doesn't need botox and should ease up . . . it's detracts from her acting.
The family and I all enjoyed this film. We loved all the human performers (sooo good to see Hugh Grant again - he was excellent). Our only real criticism was that we really, really did not like the voice of Paddington. The voice just did not go with the character, and darn near ruined the movie for us. Seemingly, that would be the easy part to get right, but they didn't.