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4.22.2017 · Jim Fekete

Not my kind of movie. I hate man's inhumanity to man and the world. Too Trump like, hate everything and everyone; destroy for the sake of destruction, deceive and lie all the time. Wonderful to see humanity at its best in the midst of pure evil, if we could only translate such heroism and bravery to our society today. Well acted, produced and deserves an Oscar. Must see to learn from the mistakes of others so we don't repeat history.


4.21.2017 · Name T.B.A.

I read the book about 4 years ago. I really liked the movie. It spoke for many who have walked the journey of deep deep pain and could not figure out how to get out due to the hold of grief, actually anything that holds one so tightly it is stealing life from one. This is one mans journey to freedom and finding the Truth of God in his life. He wrote the way he writes because that is how he explains things. His book and the movie can challenge people who have closed minds to anything other than their "religious beliefs". God works in mysterious ways and this movie can help each person who lives in grief, pain and more relate to The Shack because only those who know that deep deep pain know The Shack well.

ljfd@@ 4.15.2017   reply - age: 50+   1st review

4.12.2017 · Vanda Pietrantonio

The movie was not a traditional feel good movie but it told a realistic story. The acting was topnotch with well earned nominations. The scenery only added to the melancholy mood. The score was haunting. The story did go back and forth but that explained the tumultuous feelings and anguish of the main character. Many people think the ending is not "happy" but in reality not all endings are happy. The ending here is not totally sad but it is in keeping with the main character to do anything else would have been out of character.

vanda.pietrantonio@@ 4.10.2017   reply - age: 50+   156 reviews

4.11.2017 · Geoff Frizzell

I liked this movie. Watching it on opening day I had to remind myself that I mostly disliked the anime version at first (and the next few times I saw it) The SJ version has the visuals, action, "stolen life", and pacing of the anime. It's unfortunately a simplified interpretation (of the original anime) which covers most of the main points, but I'm sure visiting everything in depth would have been unwatchably long. Some of the Major's new backstory is bound to be controversial to sticklers, and I feel it might limit the character in sequels (but remember, we never discover the real final backstory with the Major in any version of the franchise) ;)


4.8.2017 · Pankaj Saigal

Absolutely mesmerizing moments in the movie. Historically true to watch cinema. Not too much musical compositions compounded. Excellent performances. To be liked by all ages audiences. Blue ray DVD, upon individuals choices to keep. I am again watching this in theatre IMAX, this weekend. So good.

smriti.saigal@@ 4.5.2017   reply - age: 36-49   74 reviews

4.7.2017 · Angie Williams

Although there was some pretty good comic relief moments in this movie, I found it a bit too long to keep my interest. I think if it had been about 20 min shorter, you could have got the same effect minus the boredom factor that some have complained about. My grandson became fidgety (6 yr old) which I knew meant he was getting over it but in the end, he did like the movie.

angie.williams@@ 4.3.2017   reply - age: 36-49   2 reviews

4.4.2017 · Raj Sanmugam

Great action movie, although the plot line is not new. Amazing cinematography, action scenes and special effects. Saw this in 3D IMAX. One thing for sure, you won't get tired of Scarlett in a 'wet suit'.

rajy06@@ 4.1.2017   reply - age: 50+   73 reviews

4.1.2017 · Nick Winters

Yes another (horror) movie whose premise is o.k. but is ultimately frustrating. It's o. k. Kind of amazing to not see a single review here mentions that the entire movie is a bald-faced rip of The Stepford Wives. Only not as well done.


3.29.2017 · Lori Ennis

Interesting film... paid to go see it, wish I had not... it is a sort of romantic comedy with some intense moments. Typically enjoy Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt performances... something missing from this one...


3.28.2017 · Darrell Simpson

Excellent movie. A part of NASA history not many people are aware of. Me included. That being said we see the discrination that Blacks were exposed to in the 1960s.

drs@@ 3.24.2017   reply - age: 50+   364 reviews

3.25.2017 · Jason Vella

They did a solid job here... great for all ages, good acting, entertains and great special effects. Classic songs all there. They could have maybe left out an extra song or two they added, but overall the best of the Disney live action.

captainj22@@ 3.20.2017   reply - age: 36-49   103 reviews

3.24.2017 · Julian Lawrence

This is my second favourite movie of all time. Great acting, cinematography, mood, plot... ahead of its time and an important political commentary that practically destroyed the young 24 year-old Orson Welles' career.

julian@@ 3.5.2017   reply - age: 50+   2 reviews

3.22.2017 · Francois Piette

Magical! No other word can describe this magical movie. Bring all the generations grandma, kids, grandkids... go and enjoy this beautiful movie. Any critics saying otherwise is just trying to stand out. I saw the original cartoon in 1991 with my 2 daughters who were 2 and 4 back then. We went on opening night tonight and simply loved it! Don't miss out and see this movie on the big screen.


3.21.2017 · Rosalie Mickle

I enjoyed this movie, it reminded me life doesn't have to be all rush and tumble, that there is poetry to be found in a quiet contemplative life, if viewed with an open mind and a warm heart. Certainly there is a peace in allowing life to just unfold as you walk calmly through it. Adam Driver, as 'Paterson' showed us this. Golshifteh Farahani was perfect in helping him bring this message home. All aided by wonderful directing.

hatros@@ 3.14.2017   reply - age: 50+   73 reviews

3.18.2017 · Benjamin Bauer

A superhero movie for our age. Set in the dystopian America of 2029 (Which, I hate to say, seems a fairly accurate forecast in the wake of a recent election) "Logan" is the hard-hitting character drama you always knew you wanted from a Wolverine movie but never believed a studio would greenlight. Jackman and Stewart are superb. It's a joy to seem them finally go all out with these two characters. Newcomer Dafne Keen might be the toughest on-screen kid since "Stranger Things"' Eleven. The film is also chockablock with Western references and stylistically feels more akin to the videogame "Last of Us" than any superhero movie I've seen. It's aces. Go see it.

benjibango@@ 3.15.2017   reply - age: 26-35   114 reviews

3.17.2017 · Jennifer Wurn

We had a choice between this movie or an animated and my daughter and I chose this one for her sweet 16 fun day out. I am so glad we did! This movie is a MUST SEE in my opinion!

gege@@ 3.14.2017   reply - age: 36-49   2 reviews

3.15.2017 · Nicole Schell

I loved the cinematography in this movie. The filming location is beautiful too. I was actually pleasantly surprised that the story-line was different from what I had thought. It was a little more like Jurassic Park than I had thought originally. It also seems like a lot of people are bashing Tom Hiddleston, but I really enjoyed his acting in this movie. It's an action movie, not a drama.

mylifeismovies@@ 3.9.2017   reply - age: 26-35   87 reviews

3.14.2017 · Lisa Bourgeault

Great cast, the special effects were amazing but it was a little long in length. If it was shorter it would've been easier to stay focused but still very entertaining!

liser1227@@ 3.12.2017   reply - age: 26-35   118 reviews

3.11.2017 · Alexander Lum

KONG: SKULL ISLAND is mainly an action film with spectacular action sequences. But in addition to the mind-boggling CGI that’s very well integrated throughout the film, humour is intertwined through it to make it feel lighter and entertaining to watch. I immensely liked that film decided to go in that direction rather than the gloomy and depressing one. And it didn’t take itself too seriously, which allowed me to like it even better!


3.8.2017 · DAHLIA RAHMAN

Whether the story interests you or not, it doesn't matter, because James McAvoy gives a oscar performance in this one!! Creepy and comedic relief [[and a surprise for M. Night fans at the end of the movie!]] I'm upset that McAvoy wasn't considered for this year's Academy Award performances. Must see!

dee@@ 3.7.2017   reply - age: 26-35   65 reviews

3.1.2017 · Diane Peiffer

Really enjoyed this movie based on a true story. Visually stunning, and the acting was great. Would have liked a bit more of the Australian story told but that's the only negative thing I have to say.

peiffergreen@@ 3.5.2017   reply - age: 50+   116 reviews

2.28.2017 · Dino Tiberia

Has all the necessary ingredients of a Star Wars movie. My only complaint is that Adam Driver is not miscast as Kylo Ren, he's not scary, or fierce, and too much of a wuss. His character needed someone more believable as a "Darth Vader" replacement.

ditiberia@@ 2.22.2017   reply - age: 36-49   94 reviews

2.25.2017 · Béatrice Barault

Because of the bad review by critics' I went to see this movie without a lot of expectations. I was surprised in a good way. Love this movie. I was always interested in Chinese History. Good movie to see with kids around 10-12 years especially if they like adventure.


2.24.2017 · Name T.B.A.

Wonderful singing and dancing. Loved the freeway dance scene. Very enjoyable. Love to see these kinds of musicals again.


2.22.2017 · Arlene Zimmerman

Enjoyed this well-done movie in many ways. Unfortunately I find it seriously offensive that La La Land is winning awards over several movies that I think are way more deserving in terms of directing, content, acting, etc., and one of the main reasons seems to me to be racism and conservatism/narrowness. I paid three times to see Hidden Figures and the same for Queen of Katwe, and paid twice to see Moonlight, and I look forward to seeing them again and think often of their great aspects, but I don't need to see La La Land again and I don't think of this movie. I also loved Fences and Arrival much more than La La Land.

arlene@@ 2.16.2017   reply - age: 50+   64 reviews

2.18.2017 · Thomas Britton

Better than the original, more story. Not everyone cup of tea, but have not seen this much gun violence since John Woo HARD BOIL. One of the best action flicks in a while, if you enjoy action movies, I highly recommend it. Here hoping for chapter 3 .

tbird@@ 2.11.2017   reply - age: 50+   56 reviews

2.17.2017 · Tom Bauckham

I felt this movie was not so funny. It was about a washed up comedian in the vein of Lennie Bruce. If you liked Lennie you will like this movie. The language was thick with F bombs. I can tolerate a certain amount of foul language, but this one was over the top for me. At the end his young daughter picked up the theme and I became disgusted. In fact, although I generally like movies with Robert De Niro, I suggest you skip this one. I gave it a 5 because of De Niro. If he wasn't in it I would probably give it a 2.


2.15.2017 · Cal Albrecht

Everything I expected and then some. I knew from the first movie that this would be good, but I certainly didn't expect non stop killing, scrapping, shooting, and stabbing. Didn't like the ending so much, but this sequel kind of leaves the door open for another, kind of. I hope that they can pull it off without making it cheezy. If you liked the first one, chances are, you'll like this one too.


2.14.2017 · Ali Ferdosi

Farhadi's latest opus takes us around yet another character study about a couple and their very challenging situation. Sounds familiar? It's very well written with brilliant performances but feels flat and detached as a whole.


2.11.2017 · Mark Beaton

A big "small" film that does not leave you indifferent. It is the 360° tour of a man completely vacated to whom only guilt remains. Casey Affleck's acting is superb and flawless. If he is not awarded the Oscar, that will be the real drama. It is almost unbelievable that he is the other one's brother.

patrick.m@@ 2.9.2017   reply - age: 50+   106 reviews

2.8.2017 · Kylie Aubie

Great story, great acting, but so drawn out! Great portrayal of a young boy left to fend for himself in India, and the psychological impact it left on him as a man. Wish it had kept my interest more, lots of slow parts.

bumpersmovies@@ 2.6.2017   reply - age: 26-35   85 reviews

2.7.2017 · Ashley Wareham

I dont often rate movies as a 10 but this movie earned it. Great character development. Outstanding acting, you can't go wrong with Mark Wahlberg, John Goodman and Kevin Bacon. There was so much more to this event that I was not aware of. Even though it was over 2 hours long, at no point did I start to think it was dragging on. It's a must see!

ashley@@ 2.3.2017   reply - age: 26-35   71 reviews

2.4.2017 · Stephanie Taylor

This is a sweet story and I loved the idea of a person coming up with a place to protect these unusual animals. We could use a little of that mentality in real life, taking care of the planet.


2.3.2017 · Tony Swinton

Best movie ever made. Important history you didn't receive in your history classes. No dry parts. No bad acting. Heartfelt, amazing, and perfect! And it's based on true events too. Winner, winner, winner! Worth your time and money. I would see it again, and again.

sonartech2@@ 1.18.2017   reply - age: 36-49   1st review

2.1.2017 · Virginia Lindsay

What a wonderful true story. All the actors were brilliant and I especially liked Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel and the little boy. This story will pull at your heart strings and make you realize that anything is possible if you want it bad enough!!


2.1.2017 · Irene Anderson

One of the best movies I have seen. Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams perfectly cast. I enjoyed the pace of the story, the music and the scenery. The back and forth aspect of joining the past with the present was very well done. Although sad and depressing in parts it did have some very well placed moments of humor.


1.31.2017 · Karen Lett

Beside James McAvoy's terrific performance displaying different personalities, the movie was quite boring and not that scary. It's a disappointment as I was looking forward to see a good thriller.

karen@@ 1.30.2017   reply - age: 36-49   603 reviews