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If you liked the first one, you'll probably like this one. Everyone's writing 10 paragraph reviews about lame plot and such, I feel I need to remind you, it's about a HOT TUB TIME MACHINE for crying out loud. Don't hurt yourself over thinking it. My expectations were pretty low going in, but it was alright. Couple if good laughs. See it at some point.
|6/10||brandy@ - 168 reviews|
25.2.2015 - age: 36-49
I agree with you completely. Several years ago when I was teaching aerobics, I substituted for a teacher who gave an "exercise" class at an Alzheimer's facility. It was the longest hour of my life, as the attention span of the participants was a micro-second. The saddest case was a woman in her late 40's or early 50's who had been a dancer…and she couldn't dance.
|0/10||rdyoung68@ - first review|
16.2.2015 - age: 50+
Just a good heart touching story. Kevin Costner played this part very well and loved the little girl. You could really feel the emotions and relate to how they are feeling. Really enjoyed it.
|8/10||sixgunns@ - 118 reviews|
22.2.2015 - age: 36-49
It was a good suspense thriller, somewhat predicable would be the issue with it. Had some laughs too. Movie was entertaining, my wife and I both enjoyed it.
|7/10||huskymike@ - 193 reviews|
19.2.2015 - age: 50+
Well, visually speaking, it's a must to watch on big screen. I understand the bad comments about the acting, but I see it as a cartoonish story that they made it look like real. Personally, I find it was one of the best filmed movie this year for this effects so far. Can't wait for a second part.
|8/10||sam4him@ - 211 reviews|
19.2.2015 - age: 26-35
Okay time waster and worth watching, but don't expect anything profound or even much that's believable. Not very well written and almost no depth of character development. The stellar cast did their best with it, and if it weren't for them I'd give it a 3. Scifi by definition means you have to suspend your disbelief to some extent, but there are so many gaps in the story's logic, unanswered questions, and so many dead ends in what could have been intriguing trains of thought to explore, that I finally had to let it all go and keep watching just to see how it ends. It does present some interesting questions, though; it just does a poor job of answering them. Nevertheless, it's worth watching because the issues, problems and ethical quandaries it presents are ones we will have to wrestle with in some form in the coming decades and centuries. Let the movie get you thinking about how you think we "should" respond to these. What price are we willing to pay to let science be the answer to our problems? And if it solves our crises and human shortcomings but we lose our humanity in the process, will that be enough? I don't think it will, and I don't think our humanity could survive it. Wait until it comes to one of the movie networks or on DVD, but do watch it for an intriguing (if poorly developed) peek into what awaits us in our future as we become increasingly dependent on science to save us.
|5/10||scorpio_mystique@ - 84 reviews|
19.4.2014 - age: 50+
A very slow paced movie about finding yourself through a physical challenge. Inspiring. Reese W. was excellent in her role. Not for action movie fans. A bit of life experience helps to appreciate this movie.
|8/10||elaroc2478@ - 211 reviews|
1.1.2015 - age: 50+
The film is a trickery: under the pretext of passing a message with moral values (how to coop with unbalanced personality of a teenager girl ) there is a long show of sexual acts - almost 50 % of the story. The sequence of those almost porn images is offered to please and attract the voyeurs who buy the tickets... Nothing to do with some sexy, romantic comedies that often are entertaining. In this movie the sex is stupid and even boring (absolutely not exciting). The story is not credible, the acting is not convincing even if the actors do their best to work well. Something (in the second part) is acceptable, even interesting, but not enough to save the story.
|6/10||chekhov123@ - 78 reviews|
9.6.2014 - age: 50+
What a disappointment after the first one. Director choose to go by the "predictable been there done that over the top effects and story that has no stakes or involvement of the viewer" route. First movie did a great job of introducing a charismatic young man with bit w very annoying girl friend, who did not need to be saved at every turn. Well, no worries the second movie remedies that! You won't see the main character as he is replaced by CGI, while the whole movie basically becomes about the girl and her struggles (oh boy which rich college would I attend? ) I feel bad even writing this as I just want to forget...
|2/10||drozzy@ - 49 reviews|
27.5.2014 - age: 26-35
It was pretty entertaining, you don't really know what is going to happen most of the time but parts are predictable. The handheld camera thing wasn't really doing it for me, you never get the angle you want, you barely see the girl that is filming and it gives you a headache before you get used to it. But overall worth seeing and entertaining.
|7/10||soccer_republic_@ - 109 reviews|
8.2.2015 - age: 18-25
The movie is a must because it is about a LEGEND, Yves Saint-Laurent. BRAVO Pierre Niney. Pierre Niney IS YSL; I just could not think I was seeing an actor playing YSL. The big surprise: I had no idea YSL was living that kind of "decadence". Despite all the drugs, addictions, alcohol and decadence, I came out of the movie with the initial image of WHO YSL was. A young boy who was so sensitive, romantic, shy, respectful, from an almost a perfect family... I wondered what would have been his life without his partner in love and in business. Would any partner brought out the best of him without corrupting him in the milieu he introduced him to. His partner was also the one who started the cheating. I think it might have triggered an unstoppable rage in him, he who was so sensitive and true, so that he reacted by destroying himself (by killing the person he had been before) in order to be able to survive with someone he believed he could not live without (his friend) I also noticed the absence of his family throughout the movie. Asking myself whether he still kept his relationship to his own family intact... and how his family dealt with YSL other life. In spite of all the debauchery he adopted for his own life, I left the theatre with sadness, pity and affection towards YSL and also with the conviction that he remained the same young innocent and naive boy he had been during his childhood and adolescence. I wish we knew all this before his premature death.
|9/10||nabican74@ - 98 reviews|
30.8.2014 - age: 50+
To sum it up, we walked out about a quarter of the way through. And while the list of reasons is long, here are a few: 1. I found the hand-held camera style of filming, combined with the extreme 60-Minute-like closeups annoying. 2. I felt almost claustrophobic as the setting was only in a small theater (at least during the part that we saw) 3. The film felt pretentious and as if it was trying to hard to be artsy and cutting edge. 4. A lot of gratuitous sexual connotations that were completely unnecessary, but apparently included because most writers think that we "want" this stuff in our movies. On the positive side, the acting was very good, especially Keaton and the girl who played his daughter--both outstanding.
|4/10||stevek364@ - 4 reviews|
31.1.2015 - age: 50+
Wow. What an incredible movie about a dysfunctional family that had came together to mourn the lost of their mother despite issues in the past. This was more about a son as a lawyer who defends his father as a presiding judge. This movie was about family. If you lost a mother, father or both, go see this movie and you'll find out why. Best movie of 2014.
|10/10||metalandy2000@ - 113 reviews|
30.12.2014 - age: 36-49
I was surprised how intelligent it actually was. It's a meandering story that takes the viewer on an interesting journey. I didn't find it to be particularly offensive, however I can see how some people might be offended by the extreme nudity. I thought the acting was excellent and the directing is very lyrical as is most of Lars von Trier's work. I enjoyed the cover art on the UK version of the blu ray as it's a misleading ruse. It's one of those films where you probably have to watch it several times to glean more information from it each time.
|8/10||quillsinc@ - 143 reviews|
24.6.2014 - age: 36-49
Grieving presents itself in many ways. Seldom it is presented as a long journey into the wilderness or the grieving of a daughter for her mother. Reese Witherspoon chose this script and I think was the right person to tell the story. Good use of flashbacks letting us discover efficiently the underlying story.
|7/10||jo.lessard@ - 103 reviews|
21.12.2014 - age: 50+
Great balance... evolution defended... creation defended. No one looks stupid… except one who thinks there is nothing and no one in charge. Great family film and will make everyone think... Christians and non-Christians!
|9/10||resumeperfect1@ - first review|
21.1.2015 - age: 36-49
What's not to like? Beautiful from both sight and sound. Another wonderful film from a very talented director. Can't wait for the next Bryan Singer triumph.
|9/10||elmontsparks@ - 130 reviews|
16.7.2014 - age: 50+
I get the movie... alien in human body trying to fit in. Unfortunately the script was boring and the movie did not go anywhere. I liked the way they left out the typical hollywood gunfights and car chases. But for heaven's sake at least give us a little more information about the aliens and what they are doing on earth. (And how they arrived on earth and when.) You keep waiting for something to happen and then the credits roll and then it is finished.
|4/10||parttimepainter@ - 171 reviews|
13.5.2014 - age: 36-49
I expected it to be much better for the 4th installment of Transformers but it's very different from the other movies, and on a much smaller scale. It's still a good action movie but not as good as the previous ones.
|7/10||jennyguignard@ - 93 reviews|
14.7.2014 - age: 26-35
Pleasantly surprised, did not dwell on unpleasantness of death, as the synopsis would have you believe. Enjoyed this film, it was about Family and life, had some very very funny moments! Over all a feel good movie, helps us appreciate the blessing and grace of that which we have that God has blessed us with, to appreciate Family, and our Lives. Some of the content is not appropriate for younger audiences.
|8/10||swordfish@ - 113 reviews|
15.10.2014 - age: 18-25
A younger crowd will not be able to appreciate the message of this movie as they are still gaining their life experiences. The cinematography was magnificent and the emotional ties between characters is very moving. Stiller really surprised me pleasantly in this film.
|9/10||limoeric@ - 13 reviews|
6.1.2014 - age: 36-49
Please disregard the overall rating that is here. It is totally unfair. The movie is brilliant. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are absolutely brilliant. The pace of the film does not make you feel as if you've been in the theater as long as the movie is. Thank you Martin Scorsese for an amazing movie!
|10/10||riverdalekid@ - 202 reviews|
4.1.2014 - age: 50+
Don't see this movie if you have not seen the first movie (and preferably read the books also) - it would not work as a stand-alone. That being said, it was very well done, and quite faithful to the novels. Speaking of which, it had been quite a while since I read the trilogy, and I had forgotten some details, so there was some surprise value in the movie for me! The acting was excellent, as was the CGI / cinematography. I thought they did a wonderful job with Panem, which had the feeling of a cross between ancient Rome and Berlin during the Third Reich. Now I want to go back and reread the third book, which I feel is the most complex of the three, given the focus on politics and rebellion, rather than "just" the hunger games.
|8/10||gman@ - 42 reviews|
26.11.2013 - age: 50+
A refreshing and unique installment to the X-Men series. The story is innovative and engaging. The new adversaries are frightening and powerful. Well-acted and brilliantly orchestrated from beginning to end.
|9/10||crooker41@ - 195 reviews|
2.6.2014 - age: 36-49
Great background story about Stephen Hawking, but mostly about his wife and support system as his health degenerates. Really a love story more than anything else.
|9/10||mikipryor@ - 11 reviews|
12.1.2015 - age: 50+
Just as good as the first one. Really interesting storyline. Kept my attention the whole time. Lots of action and funny jokes. Wait to the ending credits to see a very tiny teaser. Wonder what's going to happen in the continuation.
|9/10||spacecharm@ - 109 reviews|
18.6.2014 - age: 36-49
This movie would not appeal to the younger audience. (Under 25) It reminded me of the Big Chill as it involved people drawn together due to a death. The difference, as the trailers would indicate, is that the actors in this movie were "family". This dysfunctional group performed well. Bateman does his usual thing as a dry introspective person who has trouble dealing with life. His siblings too have a wide array of issues. If you have adult siblings then you will identify with many of the characters. It is at times intentionally awkward. At times it is humorous, puzzling or sad. But it is an interesting journey with a thread of love woven into the story, throughout. As an aside I would say that you need to keep your eye on the home's exterior landscaping- Truly subtle and remarkable. I am guessing that the "home' is located in New England, and is the result of centuries of work. (Just saying that in case you get bored with the story line.) It is a good night out if you go with a family member. Perhaps you will learn something about yourself in tho flick, which makes it worthwhile. As with life-- not every problem is resolved to your satisfaction...
|7/10||psterl3384@ - 138 reviews|
5.10.2014 - age: 36-49
"The Interview" or much ado about nothing, is another mindless comedy probably fueled by Pot in its conception. Why the North Koreans were offended is beyond me. If you can't take a little harmless lampooning, c'mon it's a comedy, it's not really a threat to anyone with a brain. Seth Rogen is a creative force in Hollywood. His earlier movies with a few exceptions were not bad, they had their moments. The producers of this piece of cinematic crap are now laughing all the way to the bank for all the free advertising they got from North Korea's reaction and the huge kerfuffle that was created when N. Korea cyber attacked Sony. Just another episode of Freaks and Geeks. Better not eat the Bulgoki!!
|5/10||harley17gordon@ - 212 reviews|
7.1.2015 - age: 50+
A tremendous show of depravity and debauchery that undertakes an authentic moral ambiguity by not moralizing at all within the film and leaving it all to the viewer. An escalating series of insane events that somehow do not grow stale when starting off at 11. Leo's never been better, Scorsese hasn't been better outside of Raging Bull.
|10/10||ninto@ - 44 reviews|
28.12.2013 - age: 18-25
I give this a 9 strictly for the content/message of the movie. Not an Oscar winner for sure, but I thought the musical score added to what the depth of the script could not. Wait for the Redbox, or cheap Tuesday.
|9/10||bl.morton@ - 159 reviews|
27.8.2014 - age: 50+
It was better than I expected especially after reading some of the critic reviews. This is probably the first dramatic film where I see Kate Hudson's talent show in her role. Mandy Patinkin was terrific as the father and good casting on the two kids.
|8/10||karen_lett@ - 500 reviews|
21.7.2014 - age: 36-49