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Very boring and dull. It's a bad sign for a horror movie when I'm checking the clock and can't wait for it to just end. I have no idea how this seemingly became a classic and spawned a few sequels. I know it may be a tad bit dated, but I have a feeling I would have been equally bored if I watched it when it originally came out. There's really nothing going: the monster is not scary, no suspense throughout the film, and the delivery is just plain awkward.
Pretty good! While it's not really a horror movie that stays with you, it's a good scare while the film lasts. I'd say it's about as good as the first Unfriended film. Many of the similar classical horror tropes are played out through the medium of a Skype chat call, which is a pretty neat effect. This series is better than most horror movies out there nowadays, and I hope they continue to make more.
This movie captures the tone and themes of the book very effectively. The young actors come together and portray the book very well, and I think the fact that they essentially had no prior acting experience contributed to the raw, genuine feel of this film. The actor who played PIggy was especially memorable and realistic. This is a must watch for any fans of the book!
It's good, definitely not as good as the original, but it's a fun time in the theater. Will Smith had an entertaining performance - but certainly not as memorable as Robin Williams' legendary performance. They added a few different plot points an seemed to rush through some of the songs, but it was entertaining enough. Like many of these new Disney live action remakes, this is a decent movie in and of itself, but doesn't live up to the original.
Awesome movie! This is a very moving story about the true story of the Marshall University football team following a plane crash tragedy which killed most of their football team as well as several prominent members of their community. Outstanding performances by McConaughey and especially Matthew Fox. Five stars!