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Barely Lethal (2015)
Bad Leading Cast
I have to say the cast of the main character, Hailee Steinfeld was a poor choice. She was too much of a "cute girl next door" which made it hard to believe she was an assassin. Her weak, emotional character bothered me the entire movie. Unfortunately, I thought the secondary roles of Dove Cameron (Liz) and Jessica Alba (Knox) showed better acting skills.
Great storyline and they could've done so much with it, rather than turn it into a corny teeny-bop movie. The movie was choppy, unbelievable and didn't flow properly. Wish you guys had taken it to another level - this was a really promising storyline.
The Other End of the Line (2008)
A Little Painful
The acting was wooden and cringe-worthy and the script was so horrible, I started skimming to the end of the movie just to see how it would all play out.
Overall, it was a B (or C?) movie and Jesse Metcalfe was just in it because he's eye-candy, not because he can act. The comic relief with the Indian families was the only thing that made it bearable.
It could've been a great romantic comedy if: (1) they used actors who immersed themselves in their roles, not pretended they were putting on a play, (2) took the cheesy-ness out of the script, (3) had a bit more of a work up into the romance. It was in no way genuine.
Too bad - it had the potential of being better.
The Hangover (2009)
Rude and Foul
This movie is not a good movie for people who cannot stand foul language and rude, sexual humour.
It had funny parts and Zach Galifianakis (Alan) was the funniest character and Bradley Cooper's (Phil) expression to Alan's character was laughable, but that's where it ends for me.
This movie is no where near appropriate a comedy to watch with the family.
I hope one day to find a great comical movie that is not dirty, inappropriate and doesn't need to use sexuality and nudity to be funny . . . but in today's society, I suppose I'll be waiting a very long time.
Britain's Got More Talent (2007)
Stephen Mulhern Makes the Show
I absolutely LOVE Stephen Mulhern. He's funny, he's handsome and he adds such flavor to the show. I've doubled-over laughing watching some of those episodes when Stephen really jumps in and corresponds with the contestants. It seems more like he's actually enjoying himself, rather than "another day on the job." It's hard to find a good sincere TV host that doesn't have their nose up in the air and an obnoxious attitude, but Stephen is IT.
I actually prefer Britain's Got MORE Talent to Britain's Got Talent (with Ant and Dec) and I believe that Stephen comes across more laid-back and fun than them.
Keep it up, Stephen!