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This is another one of the many guilty pleasures that was on the USA network. This was one of the many shows that I used to love on the USA network. My favorite character was Leonard. He was kind of weird, but in a totally good way. I was really mad when they took this show off the air. I had a whole lineup on the USA network that I would watch on days when I was off from school and this was one of them. I am mad that the USA channel stopped playing my shows.
Can't Hardly Wait may not be the greatest movie of all times, but I think it was a good movie. It is worth watching at least once in your life. It was quite funny throughout the whole movie. There were also several main characters whose paths are intertwined, which makes it constantly moving. I would recomend this movie to anyone who needs a quick laugh.
I thought that this movie was pretty darn good. I had a decent sized
along with plenty of laughs. I loved the part in the elevator with the
music playing. I
don't know if this film is as good as the original because frankly, I have
yet to see the
original. But if everybody is correct in saying that this version is crap
compared to the
original, than the original must be a freakin' gem. I give this a 8/10.
I don't want to give to much away but I do want to mention possibly one of the scariest parts is with the baby. Those who have seen the film will know what I am talking about.
My grandpa used to read the book to me every time he would come to visit me. He would walk in the door and i would run and have him read it to me. So when we first heard about this movie a few months ago we planned on seeing it. Now, my real issue. Why is everybody saying that it doesn't follow the plot. In my opinion, it does: The mom leaves the house, the kids are stuck indoors while it rains, the Cat comes and lets out the Things, they ruin the house, then they clean it up just before the mom comes home. The last time I read the book, that was the same plot. So they added the boyfriend next door. Are you people that picky? All in all, I thought that this was a good movie.
This was a pretty good movie. I was really expecting just a lot of gore. While the movie met it's blood and gore quota, there was actually a suprising connection to the first movie. I won't tell you what it is though. All in all, this was a pretty worthwhile movie. I would recomend renting it. That is if you can handle all the gore that it entails.
This movie was a total trip. It was a great movie with some clever lines. Quentin Terintino makes great use of all the big names in this movie with George Clooney, Juliete Lewis, Harvey Lewis, Selma Hayek, and of course Cheech Marin. I would recommend this to anybody over the age of 16; some curse words that little kids should not be hearing.
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With some of these horror flicks, you never really know what to expect.
But with this one, I was pleasantly surprised. Obviously, what
intrigued me first were the girls but I'm not complaining. Anyway,
that's neither here nor there. The acting was, for the most part, was
alright. The two girls were pretty consistent and Jason London was
pretty good in both the "good guy" and the "bad guy" roles. The old man
was just unpredictable. I mean, one moment he's rambling about
something and then he seems like he's actually trying. The other thing
that annoyed me were the sheriff and psychologist characters. They were
completely pointless. It really annoys me when characters are thrown in
just for the hell of it, especially when it's not even for the
The plot was actually pretty good as well. The twist with Jason London was good, I can honestly say that I did not see that one coming. What did bother me was the Tom Savini impersonator and his biker gang that attempted to be menacing while on dirt bikes. I tried to give it the benefit of the doubt but it just didn't work. Maybe if it were a group of menacing teenagers it would be a little more believable.
The only thing that bothered me were the effects, special or otherwise. The punches and stabs and what not never seemed to line up quite right. And the whole "killer vision" gave me more of a sea sick feeling than anything else.
But all in all, the movie was not a total waste of time. Not too bad of a way to kill about an hour and a half.
there were several hilarious parts in the movie and all the acting was excellent for basically have lesser not-so-famous stars. it was the kind of movie you would watch but not really admit to watching it, but I would recomend it to just about anyone.
This was a decent movie at the very least. The producers of the
movie made a great choice in not making this a serious movie.
They were able to put a lot of comedic effect into this film. It was
full of great lines and was a lot of fun to watch.
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This film couldn't have come at a better time. It shows how much a war
can affect the world.
The acting was excellent throughout the film. Tom Cruise is great as a senator hell-bent on winning the war in Iraq. Meryl Streep was excellent as a reporter who is supposed to be writing a story on Cruise's new plan for winning the war. Robert Redford is great as a professor trying to convince a student to aim for more. Andrew Garfield did well and held his own opposite Redford. Micheal Pena and Derek Luke were perfect as two college students who wanted to change the world and ended up in the army. The film's strong point was definitely it's dialog as the was not many action sequences, save for a few with Pena and Luke attempting to take a mountain side.
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