Move over Gordon Gekko we have Jordon Belfort in town.
The first 5mins of this film is a part of Leo's life after Titanic was released, money,cars,houses,whores, and probably drugs. Luckily he got out of the rat race and became a professional respected actor.
Now listen up Oscar's whatever he did in the passed to piss you off, I think you should forgive this guy and hand over a Solid Gold statue because he fully deserves it. Sorry Matthew McConaughey…
Take a look at the poster, be warned, this isn't a funeral dinner,it's a cock fight.
I don't like watching plays but enjoy watching movies and thoroughly enjoyed this, it was a big mesh of top quality acting with everybody involved.
Meryl and Julia are terrific in this and I have to give kudos to Julia for competing against the wonderful Streep who is simply amazing on any role she takes up.
Very compelling with the odd family issue that can surprise you here and there.
Ok, Peter Berg has made some cheesy turkeys over the years and here you can't really knock this as it's based on true events. Yes it is a lot of American propaganda thrown in your face but it needs to be as real soldiers have died in this story.
There is probably hundreds of story's the film industry can churn out and here is one of them.
The main thing here is, Peter makes you feel you are involved in…
The only thing that impressed me about this movie was the 70's feel with colour used throughout like Affleck did for Argo.
Everything else was extremely average and by the time it got interesting I just couldn't care anymore.
An amazing cast and it is great to have Bale back instead of jumping into a bat suit.
Scorsese should be winning every statue going for Wolf Street but as the oscars are penning for this I wouldn't be surprised he gets a big punch in the stomach. :-(
I absolutely love the LOTR trilogy and am thoroughly enjoying The Hobbit. The only downfall is this should have been made into one entire film and cut into two parts (like QT did for Kill Bill).
What a way to finish part two :-( (Should have waited for the extended version and by than part 3 would have been released)
Can understand some reviews of people not liking it but if you didn't like Part part one, why watch part…
What a complete mess from start to finish!
Not really a Statham fan and I don't really rate him much as a action hero either.
Again, the trailer tricked me into thinking this looked quite good and yep, I was fooled.
Why on earth James Franco was involved in this, he can do a lot better and was extremely wasted in this so called bad ass role.
Some fast action/fight scenes which are over less then 30 seconds which is…
Much more intriguing than the first one with a better pace throughout.
I kept doing exactly the same thing when I viewed the first one and that was staring at the clock waiting for the battle to commence. But only a few times I kept looking, the entire one hour and 20mins was more compelling and kept my eyes on the screen more than the clock.
Handy to have someone next to you who has read the 2nd book and…
The script must of been flying around the offices for a long time as this is like most things these days... SEEN IT DONE BEFORE.
A strong cast and Woody Harrelson is one bad MO-FO but I felt he was wasted along with the rest of the cast.
Such a shame as Leonardo Di Cap and Ridley Scott must of placed their dough to help finish making the movie having seen their names on the credits.
For 2013 releases I was looking forward to seeing my hero back in a red cape. But that turned out to be a disappointment.
Then this Marvel Superhero comes along (again) wearing his red cape, carrying his awesome hammer and blows me away.
The whole feel of this film is turn your brain off and enjoy the ride as the effects/action are top notch just like the first Thor but only better.
I hate it when our English accent gets…
I got the feeling Mr Solo wanted to get into the Millennium Falcon, pick up Chewy along the way and blast all those so called insect aliens away. He was getting more and more frustrated and at one point I am pretty sure he would have blasted away all those annoying kids with a laser gun.
Ha: I noticed an actor called Han Soto...they must of had some fun with his name. The character he played was also Lieutenant Soto…
This film has me sold!
Because Tonight, I just met the legend himself *****Harrison Ford*****and got to shake his hand at the very end.
As Clint Eastwood would say "Do you feel lucky, punk"
I certainly do...;) on a high.
All they showed was one trailer and 2 clips and then the entire cast came on stage to talk.
He sat right in front of me**Front row people**...:)
Was on holiday when I saw this and what a great place to experience this film.
Just outside Vegas at a...... Drive in. I love Jack ass and JK really does pull off a old git scaring the public.
Didn't really need the parts to make out Grandpa is real as we all know it's Johnny behind the make-up.
Very funny in places and if you don't like Jack-ass....avoid.