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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
So Bad, It's .... Bad!
Oh. My. God. What have they done to this franchise?
There isn't a single aspect of the "Amazing Spider-Man 2" that is an improvement on the 2002 film "Spider-Man".
The CGI looks really amateurish, the dialog is horrible (hey scriptwriters, that is NOT how people speak to each other), the story is simply uninteresting, there is too much going on and no aspect of the story is really well developed, the villains have no character development at all, and the acting is atrocious (even Jamie Foxx did an awful job).
Don't waste your time - don't waste your money. Trust me, you DON'T need to see for yourself just how awful this is.
The Hangover (2009)
The end credits are funny - the movie isn't.
Did you think the scenes in the trailer were funny? Well, they're actually not very funny at all; it's all slick editing. And yes, as expected, these are the only highlights (if they can be called) of the movie. IMDb's top 250? You've got to be kidding me! Remember that old Tom Hanks movie from 1984 called Bachelor Party? Well, the writers tried to put a new spin on the concept of a crazy bachelor party as movie material but with one big difference: they left out the bachelor party! Now, this fact is not concealed in the trailers. It is made very clear that this movie is about a group of buddies trying to piece together what exactly happened the previous night during their wild bachelor party from which they can't recall anything. However, the writers didn't really make that into a particularly funny story.
So, here's my spoiler: during the credits, you see photos that were taken during the bachelor party. This is just about the only funny part of the movie. And it makes glaringly clear how the movie would have been so much fun if they had simply made it about the bachelor party. Spoiler over.
My advice is to wait until it's out on comedy central. There really isn't much inappropriate material to get cut out for network television anyways.
*PLEASE, Don't waste your money on this overrated Korean krap!!!!
This movie sucked for several reasons. First of all, the CGI is of the quality of a TV commercial. I'm serious. The people who wrote reviews saying the effects are so cool must be smoking crack. The Geico gecko looks more realistic than this monster.
Second, the monster is seen in broad daylight at the beginning of the movie, so there is no build-up of suspense. Then, you don't see the monster for a long time, so it really sags in the middle. The monster is not even scary-looking at all. It looks like a big mutant catfish with hind legs. Also, most of the characters act retarded, doing stupid pointless things for no apparent reason. Some might call this 'quirky', but it's really just lame filler to compensate for the lack of interesting story and decent movie-making skills. There is nothing likable or interesting about any of the lead characters.
Third, this movie is sloooooooooowwwwwwwwww. There is a lot of boring, pointless dialog. In addition, during these scenes of dialog, the camera doesn't move or cut at all, so you feel like you're strapped in a chair with your eyes pried open a-la Clockwork Orange. The little girl in this movie is trapped for days in a sewer. Ironically, this movie drags along so slowly that YOU will feel like you're the one trapped in a dank sewer for days.
Ignore the hype and the 7-star rating. Hollywood movies may have their flaws, but at least they're entertaining.
a good idea ruined by Hollywood clichés
If you saw the trailer, then you saw everything worth seeing in this movie. This could have been a great movie if it had been a psychological thriller, or something along those lines. But instead, the producers decided that Nicolas Cage had to be saving the US from a nuclear terrorist attack. A lot of pointless (and unrealistic) action was thrown in, along with a pointless romance between Jessica Biel and Nicolas Cage. Probably the worst aspect of this movie was Julianne Moore's performance as a FBI agent. It was so uninspired and stereotypical. Her lines in the script were so ridiculous; I was laughing every time she spoke. Also, the ending was really lame and left you with a feeling of "That's its? I want my money back!" It seemed like every actor was sleepwalking through this movie, just to collect a paycheck. If you like this kind of stuff, rent Deja Vu instead.
I Think I Love My Wife (2007)
Can a ni**a get a table dance?!
I don't know why this movie got such a low rating. Usually, anything less than a 6 means it's a waste of your time, but that's not the case with this movie. It was very entertaining and I laughed my arse off. Really not a single dull moment. I don't know - maybe you have to be married to get into it. I thought it was a really refresing take on a topic that's been done many times. Chris Rock's dialogue is great. Not because it's profoundly deep or anything like that: simply because he's raw. Don't be worried by the low rating it got. If you're in the mood for something light and funny (and especially if you're married, and not terribly uptight) you'll enjoy this one. Trust me.