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The lives of several couples and singles in New York intertwine over the course of New Year's Eve.
What’s that noise? It’s the deafening sound of twenty popular actors* all hitting rock bottom at the same time. I always thought New Year’s Eve was supposed to be fun but it seems I was wrong.
*And Sarah Jessica Parker.
This review is R-rated
What in the actual fuck did I just watch?
If you thought Lost had a shitload of storylines, watch this, it boggles the mind! Honestly, who the fuck thought it was a good idea to write a mosaic about just about every fucking body in New York City? What are we trying to do here? Chronicle the lives of all the people in NY that are probably too stupid to shit? Who you say? Katherine Fugate? Right, wasn't that the untalented 'writer' who already aborted our souls with the atrocious Valentine's day? She still has a job after that? Wonderful....
All characters here were obviously born in a bowl…
Happy New Year's Letterboxders! Here's to a great 2014 of movie watching!
Ps. There's no way in hell I've actually watched this movie!
Piss on this goddawful pile of dung.
The typical commercial cliché movie with the typical great cast...ok...not all the cast...
To be honest the great cast is just Swank, De Niro and Pfeiffer...
Of course the worst of all is Jon Bon Jovi. Jessica Parker looks like a good actress comparing to him!!
Someone should warn Bon Jovi that he is just good as a musician and not as an actor...As actor he simply sucks!!
Now I am going to finish this review if I can call this a review just saying one more thing:
F*ck you all the directors that give any role to Bon Jovi in their movies(except the director of Destination Anywhere cause it's a wonderful musical project and the director of Pay it Foward cause I liked the movie and I'm such a good person that I don't want Alex Vieira to be sad with this part of my review)!!
I'm not sure how or why I ended up watching this on Memorial Day...
But I really wish I hadn't.
2 stars for the movie, one for Jon Bon Jovi.
Okay so I was gonna not be a completely cynical asshole and give this 1/5 stars but THEN I left the after credits on in the background and there is a scene where a nurse pulls two Blu-Rays of "Valentine's Day" from a pregnant women's vagina, and they both look at the camera like "Hahahaha Garry Marshall you are such a clever man." I don't feel bad AT ALL about giving it a half star now.
It was not that good. I knew it wasn't going to be a good movie, but I was curious and I wanted to see it. I don't understand why there were so many young people interested in old people. I don't care how famous they are, they're still old. So, it was okay, maybe. Not really.
number 51... this film has an unbelievable cast and im a fan of these short slightly interweaving storyline films so I like it
robert de niro needs to chill
A very special kind of bland
New year's eve it's about new beginnings and they are very funny
Ashton Kutcher and Lea Michele
this movie sucks so bad where's spymom
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