Sometime I wonder wtf is wrong with certain critics. This movie stands at over 90% on RT... why? This is repetitive drivel that's offers nothing original nor terribly fun. At least it is not the worse Tom Cruise movie.
Mila Kunis finally takes off her make-up. Franco is earnest. This is a prequel to one of the most boring book series. The 1939 movie was a fluke in it's goodness. This is just boring rote. You may genuflect.
I saw Dagon, from Stuart Gordon (of Re-Animator and Honey I Shrunk the Kids fame). It wasn't bad but it wasn't very good either. There was a lot of running, hiding, then more running, as if the movie was originally half as long and had to be padded out.
Well, Hollywood has done it again. They've engineered another slick product completely devoid of any real, human emotion. Instead, they've shovelled it so full of saccharine, kindergarten sentimentality that even supposedly jaded critics are fooled.
Yep. Some Aussie boytoy with long flowing flaxen locks riding atop a charging stallion towards another man on a horse whilst wielding a long lance while Queen plays on the soundtrack...
What, am I suggesting something? Never...
The worst accent ever captured on celluloid is Kevin's Liverpool meets River City Iowa twang in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. And to think the product that made it to the big screen was actually a re-dub. Costner's original accent was actually worse, if that is even possible.
I hate to say, I liked "Serving Sara" more than "The Good Girl." At least with "Serving Sara" I could turn off the sound and watch Liz Hurley in skimpy outfits and Matthew Perry get smacked around a lot.
Making fun of Texans is like shooting fish in a bucket. This wasn't even a good representations of small-town Texas. Jennifer Aniston seemed like she was drugged up on horse tranquilizers as the pace of this film.
Okay, it goes like this. Kiyoshi has sex with his daughter who is now a prostitute. She gets pissed at him when he cums early and charges him more. Depressed, the Kiyoshi heads home when this other guy (the visitor "Q") hits Kiyoshi in the head with a brick.
"The Happiness of the Katakuris" It is a gore movie! It is a comedy! IT IS A FREAKIN' MUSICAL! I do not think there are enough drugs in the universe to recreate the effect of this film. Un-fucking-believable.
Canada is a great land. Sure it resides under layers of ice, permafrost and dead frozen explorers. Sure it's so innocuous that's it's reknown mainly for its sugar shacks, geese, snowmobiles and Moose. I hope that this movie will be recognized also...
Austin Powers sucks. These movies really reek, like a week-old deer carcass that has ben simmering in the sun by the side of the highway. They are idiotic and insulting, and I can't see how anyone can think they are funny.
I went in with the expectation to see a romantic/adventure/suspense/thriller/mystic arts type flick. What I got was headless bear-guys who were pissed off about something that we never found out. And these Thor-looking Norse guys who farted and hacked off heads and not much else.
Remember when vampires were scary and not dating high school-students? This movie was idiotic.
Reminds me of the spork: a rather useless piece of cutlery... Since some are obtuse enough to buy them, I'm now launching the spife... I'm Darwinian that way... You may genuflect.
This movie was akin to prying off your kneecaps with a rusty spoon, except not as pleasurable.. A jingoistic affair geared towards American mediocrity that rewrites history with little character development and easy clichés…