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There was a good story hidden on here somewhere, but this movie was overstuffed and dragged on. It would have been better served if it had been a half hour shorter
Compared to how great the X-MEN series has been (for the most part), Dark Phoenix fell seriously flat on a lot of levels. This movie was generic and forgettable at best, Sophie Turner's performance was completely lifeless and even the rest of the cast (who I usually think are great) seemed like they couldn't wait for this one to be done with. I know that there isn't much that can compare to Days of Future Past or Logan, but this was a pretty lame movie to end the franchise on
Although it was predictable, what made this movie is the cast, most especially Mindy Kaling
The great cast is was brought me to this movie. They definitely worked well together, which gives it a little extra in the star rating. The movie itself was just OK. There were parts that were very funny but there were other times in the movie that were very slow moving, so the pacing for me was off.
Well acted movie. Even though the story was told in the form of musical fantasy instead of a straight bio pic, it still found a way to tell Elton John's story. And I always love his music
This was a very well acted and emotionally powerful movie. Dev Patel absolutely stands out in this movie
It was an entertaining and visually fun movie to watch.
The only reason this movie gets as much as 2 stars is because, visually, the monsters look cool. Otherwise this movie is a mess. They gave a recognizable cast nothing but cookie cutter characters & a generic, overused script. Other than seeing Godzilla early on (rather than waiting an hour like the last one) he still didn't get a lot of screentime. And somebody forgot to do their homework. Especially with Godzilla and Mothra's history.
Although there are certainly hints from other teenage coming of age comedies, Booksmart finds a few ways to keep things fresh. A lot of that has to do with good performances from the cast, especially Kaitlyn Dever. Wound up liking this.
Entertaining movie & I liked it, but what saves this movie from being a routine, by the numbers summer "creepy psycho" movie is Octavia Spencer's and Diana Silvers' performances.
This movie had a good story to work with, but the movie did no justice to it whatsoever. I don't think that Arjun Kapoor was the best choice for the lead, I don't think the manhunt played well on screen at all considering the gravity of the events. I think that Raazi or Uri:The Surgical Strike are much better movies along this line
On one hand, what brings anyone to see John Wick 3 is to see Keanu Reeves pile up a huge and gratuitous body count, and in that sense the movie does deliver. On the other hand, if you go into John Wick 3 looking for an intelligent script, or any script at all for that matter, then you'll be disappointed. Whatever storyline the first movie had has thinned out at this point, if not entirely vanished & now it's open for a fourth. For a violent summer action movie, you get it with JW3, but the series should have ended here, not opened the idea for another one.
With a script that's everything from predictable to contrived to ridiculous & absurd, the only thing that makes this movie watchable are the two leads being likeable & having John Leguizamo in a small role.
On one hand, for someone like myself who grew up in the 80's, this is a very entertaining piece of 80's nostalgia & I like it for what it is. On the other hand, don't expect this movie to make any sense because it doesn't. I mean, the Russian/Cuban communist forces come in, solidly defeat all branches of the U.S. military, overthrow the U.S. Gov't but somehow can't figure out how to deal with a group of teenagers with limited resources?? Fun watch if you're into 80's movies that don't make sense - if that makes sense
This movie had a good premise but completely wasted it by not developing it at all and also by failing to answer some very basic questions. If this movie had added another 5 or 10 minutes to give us some kind of a backstory for the child then it would have been far better for it.
Despite a couple of enormous plot holes, this was a well acted and well directed movie.
I, overall, liked the movie even though it was highly predictable and it lost its way, if not completely fell apart in the final act.
I liked this movie. It may be a bit cliche at times, but it was a well cast and well acted political/investigative journalism movie.
On its own, this movie is horrible in every respect from terrible acting to atrocious editing & a weak script. BUT, the reason for the decent star rating is because I am a huge fan of Mystery Science Theater 3000 & this made for a great episode. Very fun to watch with MST3K because the worse the movie the better the episode.
Although it was a by the numbers biopic that could have been a bit more imaginative, especially considering the subject, I liked the movie and loved the cast, especially Nicholas Hoult.