Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.
Something big is going down.
Travel writer Lemuel Gulliver takes an assignment in Bermuda, but ends up on the island of Liliput, where he towers over its tiny citizens.
From brilliant sociopolitical critique to *faaaaaart*, *baaaaaaarf* and *pooooooop* in 200 lbs. (I'm estimating Jack Black's weight there)
This movies plot is all too familiar, the whole story has no originality and you could predict it word for word, but there are some mildly funny moments, but when Gulliver gets stuck on another island where he is the little person, that's when this movie gets from bad to worse, I don't need to say anything more about this film, basically a crappy Hollywood remake of a classic story.
Slightly more fun than drinking the contents of a colostomy bag, but not much.
Frankly an abject waste of everybody's time. Jack Black wheels out the same, tired 'loser with a heart of gold' shtick that wore thin years ago, plonked into less an update of the classic story of Gulliver than a fetid abomination of story, script and direction. The remarkable thing is how good a cast it has - Emily Blunt (the only one to escape with some dignity), Chris O'Dowd (out to sink his career it seems), Billy Connolly (who just looks confused), Catherine Tate, James Fucking Corden and Amanda Peet, plus Jason Segel - though why he's delivering a 'Keanu in Dracula' bad British accent, Lord only knows. It's quite the waste of some damn fine talent, most of whom I can assume needed the paycheque.
See it if you're bored. Actually, no, just stare at the wall - better entertainment.
The cinematic equivalent of white noise.
Unfortunately for Jack Black, making a guy huge does not make him funnier. Gulliver’s Travels is annoyingly predictable and has some of the worst editing story wise I have ever seen. I don’t know what to else say about this. It’s just really stupid.
Jack Black pisses on Billy Connelly and James Cordon...what? Huh? What is this film good for?
Gulliver's Travels is about a travel writer expecting to see Bermuda, instead winds up in Lilliput, where he makes a BIG impression. This is what I hate about kids movies, you know the stupid characters and silly plot with a lot of plot holes.
A long, slow wet fart of a movie.
Jack Black is fine, but isn't much of a stand out in the role. To make this funny, it needed someone high energy, lovably stupid, and fat. Black sounds like this guy on paper, but it just seems like a weak effort. If only Chris Farley was still around...
Not great but funny.
Mala película, errores argumentales y de continuidad graves... no es divertida (que es en lo que está enfocada esta película)...
otro punto importante, el doblaje latino es malo... lo lamento por la gente que trabajó en esto, pero se dejó la neutralidad de lado.
en resumen, malo malo.
But why? Ik begrijp niet dat ik ben blijven kijken.
I just....This is every bit as bad as it should be. I don't understand how this movie got made.
King Theodore: Please remember your indoor castle voice.
I don't care how corny, childish and formulaic every single aspect of this movie is ... Jack Black rocks!
The final dance scene alone makes the movie worthwhile.
I was not expecting much going into this and perhaps that is why I somewhat enjoyed it.
It was the exact type of role that Jack Black is always cast in - the fumbling, bumbling slacker of life, lying his way into problematic situations that are over his head...or under his head...well actually both in this case. I'm just tired of Jack Black singing versions of classic rock songs in every movie...and I do not need to see his butt crack every again or him without a shirt. If I want to see an overweight guy without a shirt on, I'll just look in a mirror.
- Can't Stop the Music
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- The Jazz Singer
- Disaster Movie
- Meet the Spartans
- Epic Movie
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- Date Movie
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