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Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman are two actors I am always happy to see on a screen and witness what they do best.
Put them in the same movie together and, well, wouldn't you know it, the film is a hell of a lot better for it.
Let's face it. The Bucket List is not great movie but Nicholson and Freeman make the material, which it formulaic, clichéd and very pedestrian a joy to see.
If only one of Nicholson, Freeman and director Rob Reiner were not in involved in this picture, it would fail miserably but somehow this film works.
"I believe that you measure yourself by the people who measure themselves by you."
This is one of those movies that seems worse than it really is because it could have been so much better. It stars both Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson, but isn't nearly the ride that one expects with this type of movie. That's not to say it's not a good movie. It's much more poignant than its trailers indicate, but I wish the beginning didn't drag…
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تقييمي له 9 /10
"We Live. We die. And the wheels on the bus go round and round."
Pea soup line is gold.
At least he has the strength to get to the bathroom.
Clearly Photoshopped. Come on Props department. You can do better.
Shelby scene is nice.
Gross. Does that sounds judgmental?
Oh my god! Do not sing that song.
There are a lot of dialog gems.
Can't do that again.
funny, slightly sad but even more heartwarming. Makes u think about life.
I quite enjoyed it. Bit clunky in parts and Morgan Freeman is in complete Shawshank mode but I think Morgan and Jack played off each other well.
Hyfsad bra!! Mkt som bara hände utan att jag kunde känna med..
What a pile of syrupy shit.
Who needs great film making when you have an amazingly charming film, it wasn't particularly funny or anything at all, it was just enjoyable. I didn't even feel like I was watching two characters, I felt like I was watching Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson hang out and do some admittedly slightly crazier stuff than I'd expect them to do. Maybe it even inspired some people to live life while they still have it because it's a gift.
Not incredibly deep or funny but it has charm…oh and it has Nicholson and Freeman so yeah, I liked it.
An uninspired mess of the words "inspirational" and "film".
We follow two men, one a cynic with money but no family, and the other a family man with not much. They befriend each other after receiving some bad news; they're going to die. They form a bucket list, and the film just does that, follow them doing things off of the bucket list. We've all seen this premise before, if not, we've all seen these characters before. Everything in this…