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Tells you exactly what it is. This film about two white Americans with about average intelligence (for white Americans) was mostly not-very-entertaining trash. The one really funny scene was the kung fu fight in the restaurant. The bit at the end with bikini girls was worth a chuckle. Aside from those two bits, this movie was merely unfunny, made in America trash.
Mostly not very entertaining trash. There were a few times that this movie rose above mildly entertaining trash, but overall, this was just not a good film. Hailee Steinfeld is a young girl looking for revenge for her murdered father. She is a feisty, precocious little girl who is oh-so-lovable because she is a feisty, precocious little girl. Jeff Bridges is the old, hard-drinking, rough-around-the-edges curmudgeon who is oh-so-lovable because he's an old, hard-drinking, rough-around-the-edges curmudgeon. The old, curmudgeonly drunkard helps the young girl on her quest for revenge. Matt Damon shows up in this movie and just utterly sucks -- he is NOT oh-so-lovable because, well, he's Matt Damon. Josh Brolin is the bad guy and he is probably one of the lamest villains in any movie ever. The way the characters talk in this film is so annoying -- it reminds me of certain people I've known who love the sounds of their own voices and love listening to themselves yap, yap, yap. I never cared about the little girl or the old drunk guy with mush mouth or the utterly useless Matt Damon character. *Spoilers* Near the end of the movie, after the girl gets bitten by a snake, the old, drunk, mush mouth guy rides a horse to death to try and get the girl to a doctor. He shoots the horse in its head after it keels over from exhaustion. Then old, drunk mush mouth guy picks the girl up in his arms and runs to the nearest town to try and save the girl until he too is exhausted. Then, he pulls out his gun and fires it to signal to the townspeople that he needs assistance. I swear, when he pulled out that gun, I wanted him to shoot himself in the head. Or, shoot the little girl in the head. *End Spoilers* Yeah, I didn't really care about the characters in this movie at all or the little girl's quest for revenge. The weak, underdeveloped villain didn't do anything for me either. This movie was mostly just made in America trash.
Barely makes the mark as mildly entertaining trash. I didn't find this survival story anywhere near plausible. It was patently implausible - Matt Damon's character should have died. I don't like Matt Damon and I spent the whole movie hoping that his character would die a slow, painful death. I knew of course, that he wouldn't, but I hoped anyway. Forgettable, barely entertaining trash.
Very interesting science fiction movie that takes place in a world much like our own, except there is no such thing as hypothermia and the main character is a humanoid much like us, only he has Wolverine-like healing powers. What Wolverine-like healing powers, you ask? His legs go from completely mangled to just fine again during the duration of the movie, all without any medical care! I don't like Leonardo DiCaprio at all, and I wished his character would die throughout the movie. I knew he wouldn't, of course, because of the sci-fi alternate reality I live in where other people consider him to be leading man material despite his bloated pie face and squinty eyes and utter lack of charisma.
Forgettable, poorly-made, not-even-entertaining trash.