Are you fighting Katniss? Are you here to fight with us?
Surprise! Surprise! I enjoyed this quite a bit... well the parts where Katniss wasn't pissing and moaning about Peeta anyways.
Ok, I get it. You can't have a "Young Adult" novel without a love interest, but considering what was going on at times it made no sense to have our heroine be so god damn worried about her "boyfriend" when the lives of thousands were at stake.
Murder by profit!
-D.A. Martin Ferguson
Director Bretaigne Windust and writer Martin Rackin didn't exactly set Hollywood on fire, but here we have at least one memorable film from both of them despite some serious flaws. Too bad the reason it's memorable has little to do with the director and even less to with the writer.
The films biggest problem is it's severely flawed narrative structure. The film is basically a series of flashbacks, that take place within another flashback…
I am Groot.
I am Groot. I AM Groot! I'm Groot. I am GROOT? I'm GROOT! I AM GROOT?! I am Groot! I AM Groot. I'm Groot?! I am GROOT! I'm GROOT? I AM GROOT. I am... GROOT!
I am GROOT. I AM GROOT! I'm GROOT?! I AM Groot? I'm Groot! I am Groot?! I am Groot? I AM Groot?! I'm Groot? I am GROOT?! I'm GROOT. I AM GROOT? I... AM... GROOOOOOOT!
I am Groot.
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Instead of doing a review I will just point out the crap that inhabits this film.
- The shark roars like a lion.
- Mario Van Peebles does a Jamaican accent
- The shark swims from New York to the Bahamas in less then 3 days.
- This is the sequel that popularized the tagline "This time it's personal!"
- African Americans feet apparently look Caucasian under water
- The god damn shark is hunting one family, even…