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A story about hot college students being welcomed into a cursed wax museum, not aware that no matter which display leads to an alternate reality, they die for real, becoming a part of the show? I wasn’t into it at first, but that scene where that blonde chick enters Dracula’s castle really got to me, while inside that other dimension! The violence wasn’t that bad either, though one or two moments of it are shocking to watch! This whole flick is mediocre, but I would give it another view.
It’s decent for what it is, considering the fact that this flick is the first one which introduced me to Arnold Schwarzenegger.
This movie could have been allot better, if only TJ Miller wasn’t casted as one of the side characters. Seriously, all he does is act lazy, and look high, in almost every damn he’s in! As for the protagonist portrayed by Jack Black? He was, “meh”, but I admire him for trying under the circumstances. The visuals look decent half the time, but shoot! They couldn’t be more obvious with the special effects! Most of the cast are hit and miss, so, it is only a one timer. A 4/10
This was a little bizarre, due to the fact that it’s a Quentin Tarantino flick, to say the least. Right off, I could tell that Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt have excellent chemistry, since their fictional characters work so well off of each other. Margot Robbie does a good job portraying Roman Polanski’s pregnant wife, and fits into the time period very well! The Manson family doesn’t play too big of a role in this film, but I did feel their satanic presence leaking through the screen, so that was disturbing. I wouldn’t dare to spoil what happens in this feature, but let’s just say, that I was really enjoying myself, and taking in the beautiful cinematography, which once was Hollywood in 1969, gave a calming and charming atmosphere to the film. Not the directors best movie to date, but good, so, hats off to you pal!
Couldn’t bear to view the rest of it after watching the first five minutes! You know darn good and well that allot of people messed up on this version of the popular animated series, if you can’t make it through the rest of the film!
This wasn’t what I expected it to be, but, DAMN! It is a beautiful piece of art, with mind blowing visuals, and a dark sense of dread and suspense, while balancing itself out with decent human drama, and a killer soundtrack! Cillian Murphy does a good job as the main character of this horror/drama, and this was one of the first flicks where I saw actor Chris Evans shy away from the horrible action/comedy vibe, and plays a role where his dramatic talents are put on full blast. I grew to care about him, and the rest of the characters, and that’s really saying something about this feature! I don’t want to spoil this flick, but what happens in it, nearly hits you to the core with its perils and dramatic themes. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who’s into horror/sci-fi genres.
Watched the first 30 seconds, and turned it off after that. To say that it's cringe would be an insult to cringe!!
Flat scantily clad female characters getting lost in their action/adventure fantasies? Yep, PASS!
What a heavy, brave, inspiring story from this guy. He’s a total badass!
Had some potential, but damn, was this a missed opportunity or what!?
This is just an inch away from being one of the greatest action movies ever made, right up there with The Dark Knight! It has a couple flaws, but, after 11 years, this studio has concluded it perfectly! A 9/10!
Glad that this was satisfactory to view, even if it’s a little predictable at times.
Harrison Ford is, and always will be, the best version of Tom Clancy’s awesome protagonist from his war torn novels! Sean Bean does a good job as the villain as well.
The first flick which started Halley Berry’s landslide into a career, which caused her to become the laughing stock of the movie business! I kinda enjoyed it for Robert Downey Jr.’s performance, but outside of that, an epic fail from start to finish.
My favorite Shirley Temple feature, which still holds up till this day with the perfect blend of comedy and drama, making it a timeless classic!