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Sadly underrated and under-appreciated series that was very witty and funny with a great cast of newcomers.
This show is a perfect example when a show is too good for its audience and it is aired in the wrong network, just like DON'T TRUST THE BITCH IN APARTMENT 23. Both shows had smart writing, comedic wit to spare and a great cast, but they were both too smart for audiences that would rather have the juvenile humor of HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER and THE KING OF QUEENS, two shows that overstayed their welcome by at least 5 seasons and could have not been more overrated.
Everyone in the cast shines. The concept was great and it is unfortunate that we will not see what other directions the series would have taken, but at least it was given the chance to end and it was given a good resolution to all its characters for the short one season it lasted.
Bad excuse of a sequel
Already a very unremarkable franchise, this sequel just buries everything deeper in the mud with its far-fetched, bogus and ridiculous action set pieces and lazy dialog. A truly juvenile and infantile animated film that should be avoided by all adults that are looking for an intelligent animated film like any of the Toy Story films. Poor voice-over work by the all-star cast, and the AFRO CIRCUS song gets old quickly. There are some striking and beautiful animation sequences, but they get lost among all the nonsense. It is sad to see that such an empty story and wrong-headed situations are being turned into feature films like this one. A true misfire.
Streisand: Live in Concert (2009)
The best experience of my life.
I can not believe it has been 5 years as of today that I had the privilege and blessing to watch this concert, and what a surprise that it was being filmed for TV and Video. It was an experience I will never forget. Probably the best experience of my life, and to think that right in the middle of DOWN WITH LOVE, there I am, with my arms extended up high cheering the best entertainer that ever lived. Thank you Miss Streisand, for letting me be part of your video, and part of that wonderful night in Sunrise, Florida where you more than raised the roof away of the BANKATLANTIC CENTER; I bet not even the Florida Panthers have caused such uproar in that venue in their entire franchise. 10/28/06 is a date for the record books in Florida and in my lifetime.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
The best PIXAR movie ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think Pixar reached its paramount with this film. From now on all they will be able to do is make very good films, but nothing will match the wonder and accomplishment TOY STORY 3 represents.
I do not think there are enough superlatives in any language to describe the impact and importance this movie has and will have in the world of cinema.
Deservedly so this movie is, as of August 2010, the biggest G-rated movie of all time and Pixar's biggest hit.
As far as I am concerned, this film is the best animated film ever (combined with the other 2 TOY STORY films), the best sequel ever (combined with TOY STORY 2), and all TOY STORY films are the best movie franchise of all time.
Cold Case: Pin Up Girl (2008)
This episode has a montage when the main character takes photos around the neighborhood, which is extremely evocative and moving.
Not only that, but the accompanying music piece that underscores the scene is truly magical and touching as well.
The creators behind this sure knew how to marry the images to the music, extremely beautiful.
The acting by the lady who plays Rita and the extras surely take you to a different time and place.
I would like to see the music piece available in a soundtrack.
Superbad???????? More like Superhorriblybad!!!!!!!!!!!
What a bummer of a movie, all the hype for nothing.
About 40 minutes too long, and insipidly written, with flat jokes and amateurish pacing and clunky dialogue.
Michael Cera is very likable, but it is almost like you can tell he is uncomfortable being in the movie.
I definitely expected better from Seth Rogen; maybe next time.
And to think people here are calling it the best teen comedy since "American Pie". This movie is far from being close to that one by a longshot.
3 younger couples left before the halfway mark.
You have been warned.
Lackluster just like the previews indicated.
Well, Lackluster box office indicates only one thing: LACKLUSTER MOVIE. It also shows that not every idea about resurrecting a TV show (and on top of that, a canceled TV show) is a clever idea. They should have just saved the movie for the SciFi Channel or a DVD premiere where it belongs with its limited production values and limited acting (save for Chiwetel Ejiofor, the classy actor from DIRTY PRETTY THINGS, and Summer Grau, she did manage to bring enigma to her physical role). Was I the only one that saw how this movie did not manage to bring anything new and exciting to the Science Fiction genre? At least George Lucas's movies entertained, even if they lack originality and heart.
What else can you say about a movie that not even its alleged fans are supporting in its theater run?
A TREMENDOUS ACHIEVEMENT
Reading the few awfully and derogatorily negative reviews for this film here on the IMDb, it still befuddles me about the total oppression and negativity that people throw out of their mouths without expressing themselves in a more precise and intelligent manner, mainly on a film that presents such important issues and social commentaries. Even though the film is set in the past, all it says is still very noteworthy and easy to relate to in the past few decades and definitely in the decades to come.
YENTL is a film to be shared and enjoyed regardless of ethnicity, religion or background. Its universality speaks and raises voices to different generations and social groups.
Motivational, moving and exquisitely shot with rich period flavor and mood (AND THIS IS WITHOUT HAVING SEEN THE DVD YET, SINCE IT IS NOT AVAILABLE, AND MS. STREISAND HERSELF NOTED THAT THE COLOR TINT ON THE VHS TAPE IS INCORRECT, SOMETHING SHE HAD CORRECTED FOR THE UPCOMING DVD), this is the type of story about conquering your fears and stop at nothing to achieve your dreams that is fatally missing from films in our present time.
If there is an aspect to this movie that is the most formidable, it's the music and songs in it that's what is most successful about it, since they carry the story as it progresses through its tale of passion, love, struggle and perseverance.
Ignorance has kept the film from being enjoyed and appreciated by several groups and individuals. Hopefully someday they will find the courage and wit to understand such incredible gem.
King of the Hill (1993)
Shattering and unforgettable
Soderbergh delivers a heartfelt story that is both entertaining and compelling, without getting too overly sentimental, but moving and inspiring nevertheless. The impeccable cast includes a smashing young Jesse Bradford and a very appealing Adrien Brody in an early role. A definite must.
The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
Well, it is out there, and...
I am surprised of how mixed my feelings were after leaving the theater. Was I blown away or did I just see an exaggerated version of the first Matrix? The movie had too much padding (the overextended scenes at Zion during the celebration and Neo/Trinity's love scene) and so much philosophical mumbo jumbo throughout that it started to concern me where the 150 million dollar budget went to. But then the action sequences started kicking in, and after all was said and done, all I wanted to do was to go home and watch the original Matrix so I could be blown away by its audacity and originality, something I hoped this overblown, over-budgeted sequel would do. Probably they are saving the real razzle-dazzle for "Revolutions". We shall see.
P.S. IMDB users, please do a spell check before posting your comments. The whole world is watching, and hopefully, not laughing.