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One of the worst films ever made. This dreadfully dull film has an unjustified swagger and arrogance, it's a film that thinks it is being clever when in reality it's not only unoriginal but mind numbingly dumb. It's an
extremely tiresome watch dressed up as art. It wants to be horror meets film noir but what it delivers is a film that will leave you questioning if you ever want to sit in a cinema again. It felt like I aged 10 years enduring this tripe truly truly boring effort, I appreciate people worked hard on this but it's terrible on every level.
I loved the first two films and whilst Alley and Travolta are still captivating as Molly & James talking dogs just don't hit the same mark. This is played as more of a for kids film than a film about kids, has it's moments but nowhere near as dear to me as the original and it's sequel.
A heartwarming easy to watch romantic comedy. Kirstie Alley & John Travolta are great in this fun gentle film, some film critics are too pompous to see how good this really is, I could watch this and Look Who's Talking Too daily, it's a joy.
I will never understand the critics hatred of this film. it's a warm witty easy to watch comedy much as the first one, it's existence is also far more logical than most sequels ( you know many people have more than one child). The themes of childhood insecurity, jealousy and family tension over money are all gently played with and it's a lovely watch. It's a film about babies, if you want explosions go elsewhere but if you like heartfelt comedy give this ago I will add Alley & Travolta are one of the best on screen couples I have ever seen their chemistry is of the charts.
A truly wonderful film documenting Harvey Milks rise to prominence and his eventual assassination by former colleague Dan White. This is documentary film making at its finest using archive footage and interviews this stands as a glowing testament to Harvey Milks legacy of tolerance love & hope. It would be easy for this film to demonise Dan White as pure evil for the murder of Mayor George Moscone and Harvey Milk yet the documentary is almost sympathetic in its portrayal of a sick sad frustrated man that had found himself left behind by the times. The film rightly condemns the light sentence he received whilst mentioning he was never offered psychiatric help during his time in prison. Shortly after the films release Dan White committed suicide. The saddest thing about all this is the events of that tragic day in November 1978 need never have happened at all.