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This movie has potential but unfortunately is yet another melodramatic lesson in racism. Dr. Don Shirley is portrayed as an effete snob who gradually loosens up under the relentless bantering and coarse behavior of the stereotyped Tony Lip. Southerners are dutifully portrayed as hypocritical racists. I was totally bored about half way through the movie.
It went on and on and on ...... Oh, please let it end!!!!!!!
This movie was a real disappointment. The dialogue is bland, the music and singing are nothing special, and the characters are stereotypes. Lady Gaga did a respectable job whereas the performance of Bradley Cooper as the fading, drunken rock star was boring.
Decadent and debauched. Oh, and one more thing: boring, boring, boring!!
ROMA is boring and definitely not worth all the accolades it is getting.
An action packed movie which starts strong and become progressively more boring.
The film is interesting but long, melodramatic and often unrealistic. Some may find De Niro's performance outstanding. I found it a bit tiresome.
This film's main attraction is the scenery. The story, a series of loosely connected family vignette narrated by Norman in affected language, is tedious. The acting by Skerritt and Sheffer is overly subdued while the acting by Brad Pitt is excessively melodramatic.
The film is entertaining despite being unrealistic and full of overly melodramatic scenes.
This movie, filmed in a stunningly beautiful small town in Italy, should have been much better. The plot was interesting but the execution was weakened by the use of melodramatic flares which became increasingly ridiculous as the movie progressed, weak acting by Joshua Jackson and overly flamboyant acting by Harvey Keitel.
Stereotyped characters and boring
Although the movie had a creative premise, the execution was less than stellar. Bradley Cooper plays an uninspiring main character driven by greed and ego, and the multiple action scenes are unnecessarily vicious and predictable. The movie concludes with a scene which resolves nothing and suggests a sequel is in the works.
This movie could have been much better. Anne Hathaway's performance is commendable and the plot, which examines the link between family dysfunction and addiction, is interesting. Unfortunately, many of the wedding-related scenes are way too long, poorly filmed, and seem a bizarre attempt to embrace cultural diversity.
The movie is entertaining due in large part to the animated performance of Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks and the fairy tale plot but some people may be turned off by the stereotype characters and the numerous totally contrived situations.
the numerous scenes filmed with a camcorder are a major distraction, and the plot- 3 boys gain special powers and end up in a marvel comic battle between good (one boy) and Evil(another boy) is overly violent and not very creative.
The movie was touted as uplifting and inspiring but included a number of less inspiring moments. Auggie makes his first friend in school by cheating. Auggie's mother pays little attention to Auggie's sister, while the grandmother states the sister is her favorite. many of the scenes seem fabricated and the repeated use of narrators interfere with the flow of the movie.
a boring and confusing rehash of the original movie.
The movie is entertaining despite having a ridiculous plot and incessant and totally unrealistic action scenes.