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14.11.2017 ·

Family liked it but I found it dragging and too long to get to the point. Not bad.

jujitsu69@@ 10.11.2017   reply age: 36-49   160 reviews

7.11.2017 · Mike Whalen

We generally enjoy all films connected with the Coen brothers so we thought we would ignore the critics. You can see bits of their style in this movie which made it decent. Acting is pretty solid throughout (especially Damon), story is OK but takes a while to get going. I liked the ending as it seemed kind of poetic.

oldfilmbuff@@ 2.11.2017   reply age: 50+   306 reviews

31.10.2017 · Shane Connors

Well paced and very emotional look at the toll that fame took on young Christopher Robin. Also a great family drama looking at the escapism that AA Milne and his wife indulged in partly to help him deal with his PTSD.

swimbuns@@ 14.10.2017   reply age: 50+   254 reviews

27.10.2017 · Chris Murray

I loved this movie. Kevin Sorbo did a good job as a militant atheist. He reminded me of Lawrence Krauss and how he so arrogant when he condescends Christians like he did when he debated William Lane Craig. Several years ago Michael Franzese came to my church and gave his testimony of how he got saved and left the Mob. He was great in this movie. And Most of all, Jesus Christ was exalted and glorified as the only hope for a world sinking more and more into darkness.

godseeker@@ 27.10.2017   reply age: 50+   3 reviews

24.10.2017 · Sam R

For historical content, and a peak into Victorian era, film can't be beat! Worth watching!

swordfish@@ 19.10.2017   reply age: 18-25   199 reviews

17.10.2017 · Steven Acoca

Excellent movie. I mean whatever you may think about him, it's hard to criticize his performance. The movie itself was incredibly entertaining and highly recommended. From start to finish, you are thrown into a gripping true story full of twists and turns that details the life of a rebel who didn't really think much of what he may be in for.

theonlysteve@@ 3.10.2017   reply age: 26-35   924 reviews

11.10.2017 · Barbara Hill

I loved this movie! So captivating! I laughed out loud a few times and felt a range of emotions about the sweet Abdul, the snobbery of the people in the Queen's life, and her forgiving nature, despite her hurt, boring life, and betrayal by those closest to her. So Abdul is a ray of Light and Sunshine in the cold, damp English and Scottish settings. Bravo for this great look at a new twist on the Monarchy. Even my two teenage companions loved this glimpse of History! Go! You won't regret it!

contactbarb@@ 6.10.2017   reply age: 50+   21 reviews

11.10.2017 · Name T.B.A.

An interesting suite of sketches by various directors around the theme of, well, not surprisingly, love and marital relationships. Themes go from extramarital sex and swinging to finding love despite a strict, puritanical upbringing, and from the loss of one’s virginity to the desire for a perfect baby. The whole affair is a bit tough to follow if you must rely on subtitles, because dialogues are quite rapid, but fortunately, the stories aren’t complex at all. If you’re familiar with Russian society, culture and cinema, you’ll be in familiar territory. However, if you’re a prude, easily offended, stay at home: the language and approach are quite blunt. It is not a great movie, but still a very enjoyable one that I may see a second time. I’ll have to hurry, though: it’s in its first week, only at the Forum, and there were eight people in the theater yesterday.

fsp@@ 8.10.2017   reply age: 50+   6 reviews

10.10.2017 · Andy Mathieu

Wow. What a great show on the big screen especially in surround sound. I also liked the behind the scenes documentary about the journey of the band. We get to see it a month and a half before the dvd is released. Another great thing is meeting other fans and talk about the music of all vocalist that were part in the band's history. Could we see them again for a 50th anniversary show? That would be nice. Thank-you Black Sabbath for the memories.

andy@@ 3.10.2017   reply age: 36-49   141 reviews

7.10.2017 · Adam Foidart

If you're a hockey fanatic, "Goon" is a fun, although uneven comedy you’ll want to check out. Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) is a sweet, but dim bouncer with a passion for hockey. After emerging victorious from a fight with a minor league player, he becomes a star enforcer. This catches the eye of notorious goon Ross “The Boss” Rhea (Live Schreiber), currently serving a 20-game suspension. The best aspect of this film is Seann William Scott. He’s often typecast as an offshoot of Stifler from “American Pie”. This film proves that he’s got decent range and can bring the funny without being crude, particularly when he's reluctantly knocking people's teeth out. When you see him clumsily romancing Eva (Alison Pill), a self-described slut with a weakness for hockey players, you wish him the very best. The team Doug has been put on sucks. The players bicker and their star player Xavier Laflamme (Marc-André Grondin) is a mess, but thanks to Doug’s earnestness, you want them to win. Alison Pill as the romantic interest is perfectly cast but underutilized. I would’ve like to have seen more of her and of the other Hamilton Highlanders and less, way, way less of Doug’s best friend, Pat (Jay Baruchel) He's abrasive, mean, needlessly crude and basically unnecessary. In general, the language in this film is a problem. I'm not prudish, but I’ve heard others comment on this and I agree: there’s way too much! @#$ swearing in “Goon”. After a while, you become numb to it, the four-letter words lose all impact and cease to be comedic (assuming they were initially) It becomes unnecessary noise. The vulgarities aren't even well used. If Doug had been from a small town where everyone was clean spoken and this contrasted with the "big leagues" once in Hamilton, that could've worked. As is, it feels like writers Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg decided to insert random profanities throughout to meet a length requirement. “Goon” isn’t nearly as funny as it thinks it is and there are some missed opportunities to talk about violence in hockey. On the upside, there are some nice character dynamics (I enjoyed the one that develops between Xavier and Doug) and I Liev Schreiber is a good villain. The Highlanders’ lack of discipline and Xavier’s disregard for the game are the true obstacles to victory, but behind those is a “final boss” that keeps you invested. I saw "Goon" only after I saw the sequel "The Last of the Enforcers" and I like that film better. I’ll give this one a mild recommendation because it does lead to bigger better things. When you see "Goon", stick around for the end credits, which show footage of the man who inspired the film. (On Blu-ray, September 30, 2017)

adamwatchesmovies@@ 6.10.2017   reply age: 26-35   1038 reviews

4.10.2017 · Darrell Simpson

LOL. I love it when the same people (who hate Tom Cruise yet go to see every film he stars in) bash another. Good lord enough already. Stay home. That being said, this one was pretty good. You have to wonder though how close this was "based on a true story". Seems rather doubtful that one guy could get so lucky and yet still stay alive. Then again, people constantly win the Lottery that pay out Millions...

drs@@ 1.10.2017   reply age: 50+   378 reviews

3.10.2017 · Patrick Sterling

If you like Tom Cruise then go see this. It has lots of close-ups of his smiling sweaty face. The story line went at a good pace, but overall, a "meh" movie. NO surprises whatsoever. **PLOT ALERT: If I had a Kajillion dollars in cash, I might spend some of that money build a concrete bunker somewhere to hide in.

psterl3384@@ 1.10.2017   reply age: 36-49   182 reviews

30.9.2017 · Bradford Dean

Seen this movie yesterday, I was drawn by the title because my name is Brad, and by the plot as I too work in a non profit. Definitely felt like it was about my life and this movie had some depressing moments but really, Brad has a lot going for him and shouldn't have compared his life with others. Life's meaning is reaffirmed outside of monetary wealth and Facebook status. Having said that his jerky rich friends should have helped him out though. Left the film uneasy with another one of those Hollywood unresolved endings.

bradfordd52@@ 25.9.2017   reply age: 36-49   35 reviews

27.9.2017 · Kevin Andrew

I went in there with low expectations. I really enjoyed it. Lots of action, dark spy film, lots of violence, it felt real compared to most spy films these days. Hope there's a sequel.

steelers99@@ 23.9.2017   reply age: 26-35   148 reviews

26.9.2017 · Belinda Mallette

It's got it all, action, originality, a surprise guest superstar, heart, humor,... so o.k., there are a couple of gruesome deaths but the rest more than makes up for them. I'm weak of stomach so I closed my eyes. Colorful, original, can't say enough. Go see it if you're positive-minded and can stand some high class surprising twists and brilliant chances for a few great chuckles.

ilovemovies2@@ 25.9.2017   reply age: 50+   127 reviews

23.9.2017 · Arnaud Weissenburger

Go see this movie and ignore the low score. This movie is challenging and engaging which is why people aren't used to it given that we have grown used to seeing predictable trash.

weissaud@@ 21.9.2017   reply age: 18-25   55 reviews

20.9.2017 · Robert Ladouceur

When I heard the movie was 2h20, I thought, I am going to get bored. Well not at all, it's very entertaining, just to see how Elton John plays, and Julianne Moore who is wicked in the role of a vilain, plus all the other great movie stars... it's an amazing cast. Bravo! People were clapping at the premiere.

hermes1968@@ 18.9.2017   reply age: 36-49   118 reviews

19.9.2017 · Wim Bless

I liked the non-stop action; some of the "jump out of your seat" moments... wow ; Some scenes made me turn my head from the screen, but still - overall - I thoroughly enjoyed it.

wimb@@ 15.9.2017   reply age: 50+   51 reviews

16.9.2017 · Toni Beninger

This excellent movie deals with an ongoing issue that plagues many North American Indigenous peoples in a profound way. Pay special attention to any dialog between the Jeremy Renner character (former game hunter) and the Reservation Police Chief or the victim's father to understand the depth and complexity of challenges faced by these people. Yes there are some very violent scenes but they are real life scenes, not drummed-up explosions and car chases. This movie is well worth seeing!

newlismore@@ 14.9.2017   reply age: 50+   39 reviews

13.9.2017 · Rusty Escott

Amazing movie. Great acting by all. Effects were great and not overdone. If you haven't seen the miniseries or read the book then I'm not sure you'd really understand this movie. If you watch the Tim Curry miniseries then you'd see "cheesy effects" and "cheesy acting". Then you would understand how amazing this remake actually is. The director did a phenomenal job and I can't wait for the sequel. I wouldn't say it's a very scary movie but it definitely keeps you glued to the screen for the entire 2 hours and 15 minutes. It's a horror masterpiece. Well done.

frankthetank@@ 9.9.2017   reply age: 36-49   19 reviews

12.9.2017 · Nancy Afif

I wasn't going to write but then I thought that people need to make an informed decision before spending their money and watching this movie. Actually there is nothing to write about. Where is the story? And the characters... most of them are not even likeable. Reese and Sheen and Natt W are actually fine actors, but what a waste of their talent in this movie. Too bad. I felt it started well but then I didnt know which direction it was headed. Just a fun movie with very little forced laughs and exagerated unnatural acting.

palomaarts@@ 9.9.2017   reply age: 36-49   98 reviews

9.9.2017 · Perry Rose

A powerful movie! Slow moving to start, but culminating in some deeply disturbing, yet brilliantly crafted scenes towards the end. A strong lead performance from Jeremy Renner and a surprisingly effective performance from Elizabeth Olsen. Yet, more than anything, exceptional supporting performances (many for only one or two scenes) from those actors cast as native Americans, which made for a shocking and moving portrayal of life on a remote Indian reservation. Brilliant cinematography. Welcome relief following a summer of disappointing blockbusters. An early contender for Best Picture.

prose@@ 8.9.2017   reply age: 50+   123 reviews

6.9.2017 · Glenn Lloyd

Wind river I gave it a ten A great story right to the end It's a different world on the reserve Surely it's not what they deserve The life in these hills seems cruel and blind Survival must always be on their mind We're supposed to be past the animal stage But some still need to be put in a cage.

socloc@@ 2.9.2017   reply age: 50+   30 reviews

5.9.2017 · Robert Desmarais

Eddie Murphy is well know for comedies. In this film, he is not playing a comic, but a simple man with a hearth so generous that people around him get better. I loved this movie and suggest that you give it a try.

robertd@@ 3.9.2017   reply age: 50+   1st review

2.9.2017 · Name T.B.A.

I guess it was a 5. When I saw the trailer, I thought that this would b good and funny, and also because it has 2 good actors but it wasn't really funny. If anything, this movie was more action than comedy. Kinda boring, and a bit disappointing.

boy.danny@@ 31.8.2017   reply age: 13-17   46 reviews

2.9.2017 · Rodger Todhunter

I thought this movie was an excellent cinematographic suspenseful "who done it". Great winter landscape (Alberta) and lots of snow and snow events. Very nice change to see this vs. the movies that are out this summer.

rodger@@ 30.8.2017   reply age: 50+   30 reviews

1.9.2017 · Deborah Danna

Loved, loved this movie. Took my granddaughter who is five to see it and ten minutes in she whispered," I like this movie ". First time she ever commented on a movie during a show without asking. The animation was fantastic, and the characters were great. I'll see it again.

moviegoer@@ 30.8.2017   reply age: 50+   1st review

30.8.2017 · Suraj Dayal

Not a fan of zombie films in general. They are typically cheesy and always follow the same formula. But this film went out of its comfort zone and showed something different in a genre that has always been the same. Definitely some great performances and script.

suraj@@ 30.8.2017   reply age: 18-25   107 reviews

29.8.2017 · Karen Corkhill

Amazingly I felt quite uplifted after viewing this film, even though there were many sobering statistics and examples of the impact of climate change. Al Gore has certainly found his passion and is a great ambassador for change. It was heartening to see how many people are working hard to address this issue, which I believe is the most important global issue to address. Worth seeing.

linda@@ 22.8.2017   reply age: 50+   162 reviews

26.8.2017 · Nabiha Mili

This movie could have been much better. Some unnecessary lengths could have been replaced by more interesting discussions between the main character and his parents or the main character and the girlfriend. It sounded like a movie for young teenagers still very immature. Only the girl and her father were credible.

itisme@@ 22.8.2017   reply age: 50+   117 reviews

23.8.2017 · Pietro Antoni De Vita

The life and work of YSL are accurately depicted in this, another film of the famed designer. We get to see Yves warts and all from his youth to pretty well up to the end. The fashion industry was no mystery to me, but his private life from shy boy to quite the man who could never be pleased in all areas of life was a bit disturbing. His faithlessness to his partner Pierre was not shocking but, I would say, sad. All in all, it is a feature worth seeing!

pietro.antoni@@ 19.8.2017   reply age: 36-49   6243 reviews

15.8.2017 · Clifford Anderson

The story is 50 years ago America race tensions. The thing is, you can change the Motown group to a Rap group and it would happen the same way today. The movie takes a couple of stages. The first part of the movie sets up the mood and jumps around from character to character before bringing them all together in the main part of the movie at the hotel. I wish I knew that ahead of time as I had a bit of difficulty following what was happening to who and how it fit into the story later.

clifforda@@ 8.8.2017   reply age: 50+   190 reviews

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