HotelCharliHill - wrote on 04/11/20
A Lackluster delivery that squandered great potential... For a full review, check out my blog: https://geekyngodly.blogspot.com/2020/04/appleseed-alpha-quick-review.html
FilmCrave User - wrote on 03/18/20
okay so lets start by saying i personally didnt know what to expect from this one but wow wow wow the humor was funny the story was good and that grad ol disney message was there to rely on i loved the fat brother and the action was another good point so fast moving and fun really enjoyable i gotta say if your kids cant handle grief well then you might wanna wait till dvd release date for this one but this was a fantastic movie and i can honestly recommend it to everyone though its a tough …
A group of high school kids discover the presence of a malevolent entity stalking their small town that has taken on the appearance of a circus clown.
An adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name, the 1980’s setting and presence of Finn Wolfhard in one of the lead roles are a pretty obvious indication as to which particular bandwagon It has hitched itself to. But the combination of likable leads, nostalgia, themes of coming of age and adolescent angst wrapped up in familiar …
Zoey - wrote on 02/29/20
This move is so boring, I will never watch it again.
dr peper - wrote on 02/21/20
okay i must admit i was skeptical before seeing this movie due to predictions but however thank you god this was a solid movie it was action packed full of fun adventure and laughs the movie is completely appropreate for the WHOLE THATS RIGHT WHOLE FAMILY i highly recommend going to see this its hands down one of the best movies of the year and as of now the family movie of the year unless your kids don t like violence …
Dominick Fernandez - wrote on 02/10/20
It was horrible as fuck
Nolane - wrote on 02/09/20
Overrated, slow and dull. A few humorous moments, and an excellent performance from Scarlett Johansson do little to relive the general tedium. Adam Driver gives a wooden performance, and his emotional scenes feel forced. Laura Dern gives the same performance she always gives. If you want to learn in excruciating detail what it’s like to get divorced you will love this movie. Otherwise stay clear.
hoods_breath - wrote on 02/01/20
I shut this one off 40 minutes in. The film plays like a lazy river drifting from one mundane plot point to the next. I was trying to hold out for something interesting. The film never really got going. The comedic elements that I think were meant to try and buoy this fell flat. BADLY.
When a movie notes Stephen Spielberg with a producer credit I'm firmly in the belief it's no longer a good film. The 2010's are making this painfully clear.
CharlesTaylor - wrote on 01/31/20
A wholesome fiction movie with an awesome Christian theme. This has an awesome undertone and is a fun family film with many great themes throughout!