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2.18.2017 · Name T.B.A.

I didn't mind this movie because I wanted to see a horror movie, which are lacking in the theatre lately. So it was ok. I think it gets criticized so bad because we've seen it before. I think this is a remake. Example, in this one the ring girl is in a wall, not a well. That conflicts with the original. And I thought it was neat the 1 guy from big bang was in it. -personally, I like the Japanese original. Lets see how the do ghost in a shell. The Japanese to U.S. movie adaption kinda works and doesn't.

nilecatblue@@ 2.11.2017   reply - age: 36-49   72 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 · Name T.B.A.

I checked out of the Resident Evil franchise a while back, I think after part 2. Not really sure how many I've missed but I doubt it matters since they all sorta blend together anyway. This supposedly is the "Final Chapter", but anyone familiar with Friday the 13th knows they made like 6 sequels after the Final chapter of that franchise so I seriously doubt this is really the end of anything. So how is this latest entry? Well it's terrible, but at least not unwatchably so. Basically just 100 mins of incomprehensible, action packed, shaky camera hysteria. Never boring but nothing really worth seeing either.

jfichaud@@ 2.10.2017   reply - age: 26-35   291 reviews

2.10.2017 · Name T.B.A.

Lots of new footage, hardly any flashbacks, which is very nice :) New story, new characters, and YOU should go see it. Maybe if enough people see it, there will be a new Yugioh series with the original characters like how Dragon Ball Super was made.

pro.dr.moviereviewer@@ 2.8.2017   reply - age: 18-25   1st review

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   83 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   591 reviews

1.28.2017 · Faraz Ahmed

Give it a 10 if you compare this movie with Dilwale, Jab tak hai jan, Fan and Chennai Express. After a bunch of movies that left a bad taste SRK does Raees. I had very low expectation from this film. But it turned out to be a decent movie. Mahira Khan does a good job. Nawazuddin Siddique is just flawless; and SRK with his usual charisma and performance has made this movie worth its ticket. Story line is not unique, similar story line to Once Upon a Time in Mumbai. Concept of a smuggler with a heart of gold. Typical Salim-Javed kind of script. Political and police attitude of prohibition was daringly well captured. Music was good, and the movie was not stretched with prolonged action and romance sequences. Overall good film.

fsa@@ 1.26.2017   reply - age: 26-35   128 reviews

1.27.2017 · Cindy Hayter

Take the time to watch this, it will make you think about a lot of things including your own relationships but the timing of this is hard to wrap your head around especially if you have been a fan of Carrie or Debbie.

cindy@@ 1.22.2017   reply - age: 36-49   1st review

1.25.2017 · Dan Sparks

Although I enjoyed this movie I was very surprised at the portrayal of the utter incompetence of both the FBI and the Boston Police Dept. I thought of it as more or less a documentary, sort of, that I could not put any faith in it factually. Surely no one could escape 30+ cops when completely surrounded.

bbt@@ 1.18.2017   reply - age: 50+   137 reviews

1.24.2017 · Shawn Cruickshank

Excellent account of a horrific disaster. Kate Hudson is lackluster as usual. Mark Wahlberg is capable and invincible as usual. Kurt Russell is excellent. The rest is what actually happened. Fantastic CGI. Well done. Terrifying.

shawn50@@ 1.22.2017   reply - age: 50+   234 reviews

1.21.2017 · Connor Webb

The Nice Guys is a great reincarnation of buddy cop movies (even though neither of the leads are cops) It has everything one would want out of a period piece like this (as long as they wanted it in the first place): satirical dialogue, situational humour, film noir elements and great chemistry between the leads.

chw@@ 1.18.2017   reply - age: 13-17   116 reviews

1.20.2017 · Robert Hackman

A disappointment when compared to the priors in this franchise. Felicity Jones does a fine job, but the clichéd plot leaves little room for character development for any actor. An overdone movie which only those who appreciate non stop action with weapons that never run out of bullets can enjoy.


1.18.2017 · Jason Dashney

If you like Underworld you'll be happy to see a new chapter. If you love story development and something thought provoking, don't get your hopes up. The characters aren't as good as in previous episodes, but 'ol Kate is still the same badass so it's worth watching, even if it's a bit flat. Guns, vampires, fights, pretty mansions. You know EXACTLY what you are getting before you walk in the door.


1.17.2017 · C Freeland

The child actor is wonderful and the story line is very compelling. Who wouldn't be drawn in to a child trying to find their biological parents. The images of the homeless children sleeping in the streets were saddening. It is a happy movie despite the sadness!

pilotdnd@@ 1.15.2017   reply - age: 50+   82 reviews

1.14.2017 · Jeff Jefford

A great movie that deals with grief, pain and suffering. Don't be fooled by the Groot looking monster, this is not a young kids film. I liked the way the stories were told in showing the characters true natures. Doesn't look at the outside, but the true motivations and hearts of people. A self examination of the good, the bad and the ugly of us all. An interesting film with great acting by all.

jdjefford@@ 1.9.2017   reply - age: 36-49   388 reviews

1.11.2017 · Christine Moody

Best movie ever? Not in my opinion but if I were a kid this would be in the top 10 and my great nieces loved it. Typical Disney with something for every age. If the children you are bringing are too young or you are not able to talk them through the scary parts, don’t bring them. Like most Disney movies there is a hero and a villain and the child needs to be able to understand one is nothing without the other. The scenery, songs and adventure more than make up for an angry mountain of lava.

moodygirl90@@ 1.5.2017   reply - age: 50+   113 reviews

1.10.2017 · Andy Mathieu

Wow. Amazing true story of a man who refused to carry a weapon cuz of his religious beliefs. His role as a medical, sacrificed his heart and soul to save members of his military team in battle. The combat scenes were gory and frighting to see, similar to Saving Private Ryan. He prayed on the 7th day. At the end of the movie, there were short interviews to those who fought in the war. Totally amazing.

andy@@ 1.9.2017   reply - age: 36-49   137 reviews

1.7.2017 · Robbin Penney

Muddled story that lumbers along until the final majestic battle scene that somewhat makes the whole thing worth watching. I closed my eyes for a short while in the middle and didn't seem to miss anything, perhaps some more editing could have helped. Beware, future worlds are very grimy indeed!

robbinemail@@ 1.2.2017   reply - age: 36-49   152 reviews

1.4.2017 · James Edgar

Superbly done film and acting, it is so realistic in how many families actually lived and raised their children as they handled the every day stresses of life the only way they knew how.

jedgar@@ 1.3.2017   reply - age: 50+   452 reviews