A film that intends to pass as the "real life based" tale about Tim "Ripper" Owens and Judas Priest, but ends in "common-clichés-of-rock-and-roll-and-movies" street.
If you want to know about "Ripper" Owens, the DVD "Live in London" 2003 from Judas Priest would be a better choice. A much better choice...
How can a machine fall into the "bad guy/character that tell all his master plan to the good guys" cliché? For God's sake! That's like the oldest trick in the book, and here is a machine, the most intelligent A.I. system, the one that almost wiped out humanity, using it!
Crap. Just a pile of crap.
I was pleased with this successful attempt to reboot the Planet of the Apes franchise: Needless to say, the Tim Burton version now is definitively buried, and more plausible explanations are now in place to tell the story on how the apes managed to dominate the Earth. All the elements have been put in place not only to give a compelling story in this film, but in subsequent ones.
In the 1967 movie (and all the sequels that came after…
Entertaining dark (and very politically incorrect) comedy, that borders in the average performance: Racy scenarios that never get out of hand, and a guaranteed chuckle (perhaps a good laugh) every now and then. Spacey excels in his over-the-top-villain part, and so is Farrell, unrecognizable behind the makeup... Aniston? She is very good as the cruel nymphomaniac Julia, but that's about it... Nothing that will make her performance memorable beyond a year (or perhaps two)