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A rocky beginning that leads to a rocking end.
Just when you think it'll be an hour and a half crap teen slasher, Green Room shows you that good gory horror is still alive and well.
Better than expected after watching the trailer, but felt like the average CGI effects were the stars of the show rather than the "passengers".
After watching HER, HIM feels like an after though or a last-minute side-project the director decided to mash out of the left-over footage. There are several beautiful moments here, but an overall depth or a method to the madness are sorely missed.
A beautiful, powerful movie about loss cutting seeming perfection in half. All the performances hit home, but Chastain's brings fire to every shot.
Cheeky, warm, and at times surprisingly deep - a great story with a superb cast.
A horror movie about the human nature. Camera work a little awkward, but this is one of the best movies of its genre that I've ever seen.
The sets, costumes, and camerawork in this film are mind-blowing. Heston and Boyd play beautifully off of one another, and film keeps you glued, even at a whopping 220 minutes of runtime. The only thing that brings down the quality, is your typical hamming of 50s Hollywood.
It was hard to identify exactly what would've made this life-to-screen film good or bad, since the script is fact, and the subject matter is both real and extraordinary. I suppose it all boils down to performance and sequence, and although this movie had an excellent cast and a well paced story-telling, the movie felt ...stiff. I felt for the theoretical people, but not for the ones I was seeing on the screen.
I've never had so many consecutive near-heart-attacks. This movie is disturbingly adorable, smart, and, although you're watching animated talking animals, the characters are incredibly human.
While the supporting cast shines, Ferrell is barely tolerable, as is the rest of the film.
Once in a while a dumb comedy will succeed in being funny. Just make sure you're watching the shorter, theatrical version.
Electrifying performances and a unique script, though it may have benefited from a few cut scenes.
Outstanding performances all around, and a constant sense of tension interrupted by moments of tenderness only when called for.
Great, controlled performances, and a solid plot and script. Yeah, it's typical Hollywood, but it's good.
The movie had a great message, but this well written and fairly well acted film seems to simply have been misdirected.
Unconvincingly over the top from time to time, but most definitely quirky and entertaining. Quality camerawork makes it all extra enjoyable.
The brilliant performances of the actors (namely Cooper, Medelsohn and Ali) contribute some groundedness to the sometimes flaky plot, while the stunning photography and great soundtrack set just the right mood.
Masterfully shot, concise, and just a little cheesy. This movie is easy to enjoy and hard to forget.
I really liked everything about this movie, but I've come to realize that I have a problem with Julia Louis-Dreyfus'es dumb face. Anyone in her place would've been a blessing.