Worst comic book film that I know. Butler acts terribly with his corny macho image. Action scenes are great looking but you get easilly bored with them. Plot is pure racism and enemies are described as invalids or just ugly. Hard to get it why Snyder shows that Spartans are the heroes who slaughtered invalid babies dropping them from the cliff. I think that Butler himself as Leonidas is the worst enemy in this film. 300's "rocking" soundtrack is also unsuitable for it's antique theme.
A film that is praised without any reason. Only two minutes long, badly animated film where Godzilla stamps Bambi. So? This isn't funny at all and I don't even want to know why this is so popular. Film that hasn't anything to show.
I don't understand why some people says that this film brings good mood because I went totally berserk while wathing this trash. Amelie is irritating and those numerous details had nothing to show. Humour just embarrassed and bored me so when I finally reached the end I was kinda happy. But having a relief with so hard work it won't be easy. Do yourself a favour and never watch this film.
Closely same level as the follower but only a bit better. Actors overact and there are some great mistakes in the production example waiter who takes full glasses from castle visitors. Very boring and dry movie experience.
One of the greatest disappointments in my life. Tarantino has been making the script but the mood of his films is disappeared in this. Cast had great actors but they just zipped in the screen and those scenes didn't feel to be on the same film. Arquette was very irritating and the ending was too sentimentalic. Even the end shootout didn't save much. If someone else than Tony Scott had directed this film, like Tarantino, this would have been better.
Also one of my greatest disappointments. Script itself was kind of good but I was really surprised negatively when most of the film was nothing more than porno. Bale acts well but the murder scenes are left as indifferent. I got easilly bored watching this and in the end I knew that this film hadn't very much to show.
The most overrated action film in the 90's. Characters are clumsy and shallow and the action has been left full indifferent. Point Break seemed more drama film than an action film, that's the biggest problem. This can entertain the viewers only with the very few action scenes that has been added in this film very hardly.
Mulholland Drive was unclear enough but this confuses viewers too much. Mulholland Drive had its own disturbed and nightmarish mood and a brilliant mystery but Inland Empire went way too far. This is like a movie of drug illusions. Basic plot doens't have anything to offer. Camera angles and color combinations makes this mystery too confusing and unlike Mulholland Drive, nobody wants to solve this. Laura Dern is horrible, she just twists her face along with the camera. Inland Empire has some scary and surrealistic moments, but that's about all. If this was made by some one else than Lynch, this wouldn't be so appreciated among critics.
The Road Warrior is much better than this. Acting is extremely terrible and embarrassing. Action was all disappeared and plot didn't inspire me. Gibson knows how to act and that's the only reason why this film is OK in my rating.
This comedy didn't make me laugh closely at all. There were couple of funny scenes but as a film this didn't excite me. After I was finished this I felt very bored and frustrated. If you are searching films that make you feel good this isn't the right choise.
When I first saw this, I liked it perhaps because this was the first war film that I've layed my eyes on. After I got more experience from war films, like Thin Red Line, which was also very thoughtful, I realized that this was nothing to them. The landing scene itself is good but everything else is unnaturally made as a frame around the film. Actors aren't very promising.
Besson has pressured too much for the special effects and hasn't left anything for the content. Characters are shit as hell, especially irritating Chris Tucker. Because of special effects I had enough strength to watch this through but the second time - no thanks.
Despite having some bitter critic and phenomanal drug illusions, Fear and loathing in Las Vegas is too one-sided film. There is too much wobbling and viewer gets bored easily. Depp and Del Toro's roles are way worse than the reputation claims, I think anyone can act a crazed junkie. The message itself is clear, but it can't be streched inside two hours.
Action scenes are nicely excessive and violent but the humor itself is horrible. Kick-Ass has also one of the most non-sympathetic role characters ever, most notably Hit-Girl whose grin is irritating beyond everything.
Very boring and forgettable road movie with romance elements. This didn't feel like a film made by Lynch. Laura Dern and Nicolas Cage are a boring couple. Willem Dafoe's pervertic and disgusting villain was memorable, but his role was too short. Unlike Lynch's films usual, Wild at heart is very clear but does have some grotesque moments which is a good thing. Soundtrack itself is good enough, but as a movie, Wild at heart doesn't give anything special.
Tarantino's weakest link. Jackie Brown is very adultlike but role characters are very distant. Soundtrack was't very convincing. Storyline is great but advances too slowly that spectators get really easily bored.
This is closely nothing more than a propaganda. Role characters are irritatingly stereotype and when President itself went to fight with the aliens I couldn't stand anymore. Just like all else of Emmerich's films, this praises too much of the US. Effects are perfect and action scenes entertaining but it doesn't save the whole film if the plot is more than a trash.
I didn't really laugh during this film except for couple of scenes starring nutcase Otto and stammering Otto. John Cleese is OK, but Jamie Lee Curtis as Wanda is irritating and doesn't wake any sympathy. Because Ken and Otto were the best characters, the film should have invested more for them. Comedy itself is "bumbling around" and this should have needed more insightful humor. Snatch is a comedy crime film that I suggest more.
Scorsese made a leap too big after his crime films. Shutter Island is way too ambitious film and its actually nothing but an average thriller. The plot is simple and although it has a shocking twist and its own moments, this all has been seen before. Shutter Island is an OK film as an entertainment but it serves nothing new.
Rodriguez's Sin City is one of my greatest favourites but my expectation was perhaps too high before I started to watch this. This was too one-sided to me. Chase scenes are good but too similiar and repeating. Carlos Gallardo reminds me too much of Shia LaBeouf which isn't good thing because I can't stand him. Not bad but too overrated. From Rodriguez I waited more greater film which would had been same level as Sin City. Do not lift your expectation too high with this one.
Clint is a tough guy, everyone knows that, but moving to the drama production from crime and western films might be a difficult task. Clint closely failed it. Script has typical drama clichés and Clint's sentimentalic opening in the end wasn't very spectacular. Morgan Freeman is best in his role but Hilary Swank with his accent and repeating lines ain't worth to watch.
Toy Story 2 is a good animation film, just like all the other Pixar films. Still, I have no clue why this is raised as good as the first Toy Story, even higher? In conclusion, Toy Story 2 recycles the same ingredients that the first film had. Toy Story was a unique film in its time, it was the first computer animated motion picture and had an imaginative storyline. So why to argue that the second Toy Story is better if it was only a repetition of the previous film?
The Doors is one of my favourite bands so I waited excited to see this but what disappointment just waited for me. This is Oliver Stone's worst film for now and Kilmer as Morrison ain't waking any sympathy with his freaking out behaviour. Kilmer looks like Morrison just like all the other band members and music is great which makes this as a film that you can watch at least once. Still this is very one-sided movie and describing band's background remains as a dream.
Surprisingly boring for a western film. Casey Affleck is just a typical stereotyped wimp in his role and isn't very believable. Brad Pitt is OK as Jesse James and brings a distressed and more humane view for one of the most infamous wild west criminals. The story seems to be interesting in the beginning but gets more and more dull to the end. The end was badly written and the whole movie OK but only because of Jesse James's character. One of the most greatest disappointments of western films. And why is the title so God damn long?
Stuntman Mike is the best role character but the film didn't even invest in him very well. Besides, most of the film is chattering between the main female characters and the dialogue is not very typical for a Tarantino film. The death crashes are grotesque and well enough which makes this a film worth watching but not very Tarantino-like film.
The plot itself is unique, but Boyle doesn't benefit everything of it. Slumdog millionaire invests most of it's storyline for the love story which is nothing but dull and full of clichés. Characters aren't memorable and won't wake any interest. Because of the plot which has it's moments, Slumdog millionaire is a film worth watching but doesn't offer anything special.
Like Million Dollar Baby, also this was thin try to make drama films from one of the greatest thug-type acting persons. Clint is perfect in his role but the ending wasn't it what I hardly waited which will tell the reason of my disappointment.