Smartest made ever undoubtedly, one of comedies the heartfelt, and most funniest.
Undoubtedly one made smartest ever ,the most and heartfelt of, the comedies funniest.
Undoubtedly one of the ever most, funniest heartfelt made comedies ,and smartest.
Undoubtedly one of the smartest, most and made ever funniest heartfelt comedies.
Undoubtedly one of the smartest, most heartfelt and ever comedies made funniest.
Undoubtedly one of the smartest, most heartfelt and funniest comedies made ever.
Undoubtedly one of the smartest, most heartfelt and funniest comedies ever made.
Stop treating this franchise like it's some indestructible robot from the future. It isn't. There is nothing left to tell. To be honest the story was finished after the absolutely brilliant first part.
I blame James Cameron.
He set the tone with the sequel, a very well made film that just about negated everything that was brilliant about its predecessor and turned an iconic Sci Fi villain into an accessory.
And that's how every iteration of this franchise has…
Sincerest apologies for all the swearing that is about to pour out of me.
Dear Mr. Hayter (love the name, so appropriate),
What the fuck? No seriously, what the fuck did you just make? Did you just seriously fuck over the entire werewolf mythos just to desperately tag along with the young adult frenzy going on right now? You should issue a warning with this film: 'NOT BASED ON A NOVEL, WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY YOURS TRULY' You certainly had…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I hate this movie for all its cutesy quoting of Wrath of Khan while trying and spectacularly failing to sublet its gravitas. I hate it for casting the whitest actor on Earth as a man named Khan Noonien Singh. I hate it for the way that every shot in the back half is a three-ring circus of lens flares, cluttered sets, and CGI embellishments. I hate it for turning Spock into Sheldon from "The Big Bang Theory". I hate it…
The reason I hate this film so much is because I love science fiction. Let me just start by saying that I haven't read the novel(s) this is based on, so my only reference to the world of Ender is this 'film'.
I struggle to call this a film. It has moving images and somewhere hidden among the CGI straight out of the eighties there are people. You could call them actors. You could call them bored people reading their…
Some initial rambling thoughts and notes for a future more coherent review:
-Jordan Belfort makes Calvin Candie look like a pleasant guy to be around.
-This film makes The Departed look like a Disney movie.
-"Two time Academy Award Nominee Jonah Hill"
-"That Rob Reiner guy should act more."
-Never thought I'd hear a Foo Fighters song in a Scorsese film, nevermind one that actually really fits.
-It'll be interesting to see how the mass public reacts to…