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It kept me uninterested throughout a good portion of the film. Great opening, and the rest of it was boring, confusing drivel. The whole plot seems to be driven on the fact that the screenwriter just wanted to bring old characters back, which appeared to effect every other aspect of the movie. Action was alright and the 3D was generic and unnecessary. But, I will say that I was happy that
Since it was confirmed the other day that RE6 will be the final one to the 'second trilogy' - and I surmise the entirety of Paul W.S. Anderson's touch on the 'Resident Evil' series, I'm interested to see how he ends it, and where this zombie world goes from there.
The local cinema showed Hitchcock´s
To catch a Thief.
I was exactly in the right mood, so I can only give it 10/10.
Your local theatre is amazing! I wish that happened around my area!
The Sweeney A Sweeney film could've been so much better. The important thing to remember while watching this is: forget the original TV series. Just think of it as a brand new film. And it's a good one. Ray Winstone is the highlight but there's a great car chase and Plan B does well too. It's an entertaining Brit cop movie. But it's not The Sweeney.
I didn't really find it to be better or worse than the first film. This one just had more "Hell Yeah!" moments because of all the old school action heroes. I felt like Arnold was alittle under played (this is his first film returning to acting after all) but he was still awesome. Chuck Norris was one of the better, and more badass, parts of the whole film.
Really my one and only real big complaint about this film
This time, though, there was a book presentation, someone had written a Bio on Grace Kelly. So I had to sit my ass flat for 90min before the film got going.
I wonder why they don´t have a Bond retrospective. Would sell out within minutes I´m sure.
Was the other J. Randy Taraborrelli? He wrote this:
If so, that is great. I just read a Marilyn Monroe biography by the guy and will look for his other books on Frank Sinatra and the Grace book. If he does a Bogart biography I can die a happy man. I wish I could have been to that theatre. So cool.
It was a good film but it was the worst of the series. At times it just got too corny. Bringing back people who died in the other films was pretty much useless. I like all the films but they are starting to go in a crazy direction.
It did have great/dark scenes. The climactic fight was the best of the series. Looking forward to the next installment but I hope they tone it back a little bit with the cheesy-over the top moments.
1) Resident Evil: Extinction
2) Resident Evil: Apocalypse
3) Resident Evil: Afterlife
4) Resident Evil
5) Resident Evil: Retribution
I saw it last night. While I prefer the weird parts and the over-the-top elements to blood-smeared zombies (and thus would rank it approximately second), somewhere in the middle of the film I stopped caring, because if everybody including Alice herself can re-appear it becomes like a stale video game where it doesn´t matter when it´s turned off.
IMAX: 500,000,000,000,000,000 3D: 0
I found that the Renner installment had a decent story, some good actionscenes and generally felt more like a Ludlum story than the three previous installments. For a reboot it was a more than decent installment. Only the ending was kinda abrupt and was defenitaly an open door for a next installment.
Found the Drone sequence in Alaska pretty good stuff.
Renner makes for me a more than decent follow-up for Damon. I also hope to see him in the next MI installment. So far Renner has had a pretty good year in movies.
And mrs Craig has always been a sight for sore eyes. Daniel did good there.
Saw Looper last night. 9/10. Really good fun, some great action and some of it is pretty moving. Th acting was really good and Willis kicks arse as always.
My only issue is, I think they could've done more to make Gordon Levitt look like young Bruce Willis. He got all the mannerisms and everything right, but when you look at young Tommy Lee Jones in MIB 3, it makes me think they could've done better there.
I actually like it that Renner is not Bourne, but somebody like him. The original Ludlum Bourne was a professor that after his tales went back to teaching with Marie defending him and their kids. The movies made Bourne a special kind of agent and his tale was discovering his origin, which he did in the last one.
This movie showed us the consequences of Bournes actions on the program that created him and the reaction towards his "brothers & sisters" in the program. Now we have two former operatives betrayed by their masters, and they are highly skilled too.
An excellent jumpingpoint for Bourne 5
It was so much better than the 90's one. I can see a sequel in the future.
It made NO money, so unless it picks up a use DVD/BRAY market I doubt they'll pass a sequel.
'It's not about the money.. it's about sending a message.."
NO, it's about the money.
I was really hoping for a sequel too.
A really interesting film that mixes drama and some hilarious moments perfectly. Everything from the clothing, the cars, technology and more is extremely in touch with the period of the film. Ben leads the film with a deep character, and how the history of the event is put on the screen is great. There are plenty of on your edge moments. It will require a few watches to get the full affect of it (it is jargon heavy), but I am happy with it.
I very much like the first film. The second I had high hopes for and it didn't live up to it. Still was pretty good but when it ended I found myself going, "Oh! It's over already? Ok." It just felt like it didn't have much to it. They way it ended leaves an opening for a third. Like when
Loved this film but I also feel that a second viewing can change one's opinion of it, but not by that much. This may be one of Tom Cruise's better roles, even though I hear he looks nothing like the character in the books. The movie makes me want to check out Lee Child's series. I thought about 98% of the film was darn good except for two parts...
The other thing is the ending. The ending was great but I wish I would've got more info on what happens to Barr, since a good portion was about saving him.
Les Mis 6/10
I'm an actor. I do musicals. I love Les Mis the musical. But I had some major problems with the film. When you are adapting a 3 hour musical to a film, you must keep in mind that the audience does not get an intermission for a film. So yes I know there are some beautiful songs that Tom Hooper probably did not want to cut, but this film could have been at least 30 minuets shorter by cutting some songs. Also, the film is supposed to be epic in scale but when some of these amazing songs only show an actor's face, it get's old. That being said, the cast is outstanding. I'm not sure why Russel Crow is getting hate, he was great. And you can't HATE this film because Les Mis itself is fantastic. So overall, could of been better, still enjoyable though. Just make sure you pee beforehand.
Django Unchained 10/10
I do not like Quentin Tarantino as a person. I find him arrogant, selfish, and rude. But damn he can make a film! Everything about this film is great. Foxx, DiCaprio, Jackson, and Waltz are all Oscar worthy. The story is simple but engaging. The film looks fantastic and is also much funnier than I thought. One of my complaints about some of Tarantino's other films is that they seemed long just for the sake of being long. That's not the case here. The pacing is great and it never gets boring. Spike Lee doesn't know what he's missing! Great film
Tom Hooper did a great job directing the film. Great performance, the set designs were beautiful & Oscar contender. It's now on my list of my favourite Musical films.