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Ok I went to see this not really knowing what it was "action or sifi" well having seen it it's both and full of adventure, good funny movie thanks to George Clooney, and the female leads were hilarious together. I say see it.
|8/10||chrisdye278@ - first review|
24.5.2015 - age: 18-25
A Western that leaves you feeling deflated and elated at the end. A rarity in the world of film. Full of great acting and a fantastic debut for director John Maclean...
|9/10||kingjames0329@ - 114 reviews|
22.5.2015 - age: 13-17
Very weak screenplay. Unengaging characters. Action had more emotional punch in Road Warrior. This film was like 30s Westerns: Bang! Fall off your horse! The violence had almost no visceral impact. A movie for video gamers where violence is just a tally.
|5/10||gustav@ - 112 reviews|
23.5.2015 - age: 50+
A nice documentary. Exposes some of the fashion world and the real people behind it. The journey of the team with a new designer and an old house to a first show was perfectly shown.
|9/10||gaw@ - 103 reviews|
18.5.2015 - age: 36-49
OMG I loved this movie. This was a heck of a lot better than the first one because there was constant action in it! :D
|10/10||abbeyloveshk@ - first review|
11.5.2015 - age: 1-12
As a fan of Mad Max I still enjoyed this one but Max seemed to be a second character in this movie but Furiosa is such a bad ass character which is amazing, I'm kinda glad that it was just a crazy movie. The 3d was okay but next time I would like to see it without 3D, But I'd still see it again thou.. ^_^!
|9/10||angel-of-death18@ - 53 reviews|
17.5.2015 - age: 26-35
We can't get enough off this heart felt, meaningful and most inspiring feel good show. I cannot even explain how it feels every time I see an episode but a feeling of wonder, joy and being loved by God's love in time of need and despair. Extreme fulfillment and satisfaction. Roma Downey carries it very well like she was born to play this God sent role. You will be touched by an Angel after seeing this show, Guaranteed.
|10/10||shazjoao@ - 2132 reviews|
17.5.2015 - age: 26-35
If you've bought into the Marvel franchise (like I did), there's no amount of reviews good or bad will persuade you either way. You'll just go and see it for the spectacle it is. Enjoy!
|7/10||andrewpaulchang@ - 94 reviews|
16.5.2015 - age: 50+
Any movie that features the music of John Lennon would be a go see for me. The selection of Lennon tracks that supported this movie didn't disappoint. As for the movie itself both Al Pacino and Christopher Plummer proved they are still masters of their profession. The plot itself was entertaining enough if somewhat predictable in parts, the ending in particular. Having said that it worked. A thumbs up from me.
|7/10||peter-wenham@ - 41 reviews|
6.5.2015 - age: 50+
Is hard to see H. Hunt trying to be funny. The only high note in the movie comes from B. Thwaites -Angelo- in his hard relationship with mom. He plays well, but where the complicated relation starts?, why they fight so much? Just 2 questions from many others after 10min watching the movie. Hunt is the writer, director and first character, maybe is so much in her shoulders, the story didn't work very well. I'll give some right point when mom and son have a emotional conversation, every single word in that moment is touching, but feels a long wait for only 3 great minutes. Your decision to see it or skip ;)
|4/10||ca-espinoza@ - 89 reviews|
7.5.2015 - age: 36-49
I'm always intrigued by the time alteration device. Be it "The Final Countdown", "About Time", "Mr. Destiny" or others. "The Age of Adaline" has a slightly different angle on it, perhaps most like "Somewhere in Time" from the '80's. Blake Lively is an inspired choice. She's a handsome woman, in a classic sense, her carriage more mature than her years. Then there's the voice, sultry, a bit mid century, mysterious. Good job. Michiel Huisman is Ok, the ladies may buy the visuals. I felt an Adaline would have shrugged off too pat, too cute aspect of his bio. Patrick Dempsey maybe, looks a bit more lived in? Ellen Burstyn convincingly saying "mama" in her scenes, was a bit out there too. Ford and Baker are old pro's, but I found them going through the motions a bit. Nice film, well shot, good locations, but similar premise has been done better. Fun escapism, competent, and worth a look, tho'.
|6/10||asgilbert@ - 59 reviews|
8.5.2015 - age: 50+
A wonderful movie that shows Christian values, love, and compassion. It won't get the attention it deserves because it doesn't have violence, sex, bad language or many of the secular themes that the media tries to push.
|9/10||emsfranco@ - first review|
26.4.2015 - age: 50+
Same old story. Made no sense though. There really isn't any connection to the DUFF concept, just the old story line so you know the middle and the end. Like it made no sense, I'm the DUFF so therefore I am going to fix it by getting a boyfriend. Wow, that's right girls, you will only be defined in the world by getting the best possible successful boy. Doesn't matter anything about you. And girls are falling for this plot line? I also found Bianca to be very annoying and over accommodating thus difficult to watch. Ahh yes, but it is rewritten isn't it? It is Duckie from Pretty in Pink and hated him too.
|5/10||clifforda@ - 133 reviews|
4.5.2015 - age: 50+
This was a good movie but you could totally tell that there was over an hour cut from the movie for theatrical release. There were some story gaps... maybe relying too much on people watching all the related tv shows, other franchise movies, comics, etc. Still a good flick though.
|7/10||magnateataxia@ - 200 reviews|
4.5.2015 - age: 36-49
Great look at the oppression in modern day Iran and the impact on creative types. Well cast and great dance sequences as well as wonderful desert scenery.
|8/10||swimbuns@ - 192 reviews|
30.4.2015 - age: 50+
This movie is excellent in many respects. It is family friendly but not a corny kids movie. It shows a piece of history with an interesting story. It covers some of the awkward moments of childhood and difficulties while growing up many encounter. I covers bias and prejudice and how people jump to conclusions like "Crash" and "American Beauty" did. A great movie that will stir anyone who sees it!
|9/10||paul@ - 7 reviews|
26.4.2015 - age: 36-49
In the Name of the Father was an incredible biopic. Daniel Day-Lewis was amazing as usual, as an actor. He honestly should've won the award for best leading actor instead of who did win (probably Liam Neeson for Schindler's List, not saying he was bad though)
|9/10||hastaste@ - 88 reviews|
25.4.2015 - age: 13-17
I think my expectations for this movie were too high. The concept really appealed to me. I thought I would be watching Adeline fall in love again and again through out the decades. So in some ways the movie was a disappointment. The ending certainly was. I could have done without the stupid narrator or at least I could have gone for a better narrator. I was kind of skeptical of the way Adeline related to her daughter. I didn't get the feeling that Adeline was a 107 year old mother. Instead, it felt like she was the daughter or grandaughter. Still, I enjoyed the movie. If the idea appeals to you at all, you will enjoy it.
|7/10||les.francey@ - 57 reviews|
27.4.2015 - age: 50+
A very interesting film. On the plus side, the acting was outstanding. Helen Mirren's portrayal of Maria Altman was, I felt, entirely believable; I kept waiting for her accent to slip but it never did. Ryan Reynolds as Randol Schoenberg, the young lawyer who took on her cause, was also, I felt, entirely believable. Also outstanding was Daniel Bruhl as their faithful local Austrian advocate, Hubertus Czernin, who had his own demons to exorcise. But, I regret to say, the plot was entirely predictable, although the flashbacks presented an outstanding portrayal of the panic, fear and brutality that accompanied the "Anschluss", the German annexation of Austria leading up to World War II. And the cinematography in Vienna was outstanding.
|9/10||john.anderson@ - 63 reviews|
19.4.2015 - age: 50+
The movie was good, it was sad to see Paul go, and the cast and crew really worked well together. I wish there were more chase scenes, but the action was definitely there. Great locations and music.
|7/10||siamesetabby@ - 57 reviews|
15.4.2015 - age: 26-35