Blinded by the Light
His Dark Materials
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A great glimpse into Brooklyn life in the 70s, and look back on what transformed John Travolta into a superstar. His dancing is incredible. The characters are fascinating, and the soundtrack, well one of the best of all time. Should be required viewing for psychology, sociology and anthropology students. Represents an era. WIsh that the sequel was as good.
Agree with the critics. The great cast, all three superb actors, are completely wasted in this poorly written film. Slow moving, boring, depressing, not much of a thriller. Sat through it just to see Chiwetel Ejiofor, Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman, kept waiting for the plot to pick up, it never did. Stupid ending. Waste of time. Can't find anything good on to watch. Not even up to speed of a single episode of Law and Order.
9 minutes into this and I am so bored, I just can't give ti any more time. Lame acting, dumb plot, cannot follow it. Bleh
A stupendous job from amazing actor Morgan Freeman. Monica Potter is beautiful. The plot really gets going and was quite good. The only boring part was where the bad guy is calling from pay phones sending him on a wild goose chase. In this day and age, when there are no more pay phones, the chase was silly. Great ending. A good thriller, even if its 18 years old, it's better than a lot of what's on today.
Might be 3.5 stars. I sat through it, wanting to see what happened, but this movie really fell short. It felt as if the whole thing was filmed in A. A car. B. A hospital 3. At a construction sight. Nothing visually interesting and the characters were bland. The script could have been a lot better. Ending was interesting, but needed more plot twists and development to get there. Boring in middle.