Ric Ky - wrote on 10/23/15 at 02:13 AM CT
Tomorrowland Review comment
great post thanks for this useful review. I am going to watch this movie.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 05/11/15 at 06:28 AM CT
Furious 7 Review comment
Totally agree with the fight scenes and CGI magic!
Taz - wrote on 03/25/15 at 04:52 PM CT
Saving Mr. Banks Review comment
I think it is interesting that Disney bought this movie purely because they didn't want anyone else making a movie about Walt and had no intention of ever making it when they bought it.
Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 08/11/14 at 11:40 PM CT
Lucy Review comment
I agree with most of your point. I was interested to see what you thought of this one. Glad you finally got to go see it, even if it wasn't as good as you hoped.
Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 08/01/14 at 03:48 AM CT
Hercules Review comment
I agree. it was a lot more fun then I was expecting it to be. Ratner's direction was a lot of fun. It's always nice when having an open mind in a movie pays off.
Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 06/29/14 at 01:17 AM CT
300: Rise of an Empire Review comment
I think that the Eva Greene angry sex scene is one of the most memorable (for better or for worse) movie moments of the year so far. It's so memorable, in stark contrast to the rest of the movie, that It kind of consumes the whole movie. So ya, I agree, Eva Greene was the best part of this movie, and It'll be interesting to see what she does in Sin City.
Good review by the way. It's always nice to see somebody put in the extra effort to write a full-on critical review (3000+ Characters.)
Snoogans - wrote on 03/31/14 at 07:02 AM CT
I know you enjoy Wes Anderson's films, so you have no reason to miss 'Grand Budapest Hotel'. Very enjoyable watch. My second favorite of the director's, right behind 'Moonrise Kingdom'. Both are equally funny.
Brad - wrote on 02/20/14 at 02:25 PM CT
GOOD LOOKING OUT!!!
mpol - wrote on 02/17/14 at 11:18 AM CT
Gimme Shelter Review comment
"Gimme Shelter" was an excellent film, and an interesting film, because it clearly gave a much more rounded-out, more accurate portrayal of what actually went on at many, if not most of these rock concerts, as well as marking the very end of an era.
thenoth - wrote on 01/23/14 at 05:08 PM CT
No I haven't seen You're next. I have been thinking about it but I've had a lot of films I'd rather see before I watch that, since I think just the title You're next sounds a bit silly
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