Someone said, that this movie sucked. So I never thought that I should watch it. However, I found that Alexis Bledel was in it, and I have a partiality for her, thus when I found the DVD in my school library, I borrowed it and watched it on the way home from school. So yeah. I'm never going to believe what that someone said. It was freaking awesome. I think this is one of my favorite movies of all time. I'm going to see if I can get the graphic novels.
Best - movie - ever! Really wow, I love this movie. It's so awesome. Like... I can't even begin to explain. It appeals to me on so many levels, like well first of, Brad Pitt's in it, next the script and the music are just fantastic and the performances of Christian and Patricia are just awesome - that's saying a lot because before I saw this, I did not like Christian and Patricia at all... but now I have new found respect for the two. Honestly, if you haven't seen this, watch!
The movie theatre I had watched it in had problems with their sound system, but despite that fact, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. I thought they were going to butcher Sherlock Holmes character to a bloody mess, but I was pleasantly surprised at how they worked it out. I mean sure, they took liberties in certain parts, but it was pretty awesome.
I don't know about you, but I love teen movies. They're fun, they almost always include a smoking hot guy and they teach you that sometimes the head witch in your school gets their just deserts. Anyway, I love all of the Snow White references in there, it just floats my boat man.
I was rather disappointed with this film. Click flick romances are a guilty pleasure of mine but I didn't quite find that much pleasure in this movie. WTR and the Notebook is still much better. I just didn't feel the love here. And the choice in music left much to be desired.
I actually missed the beginning of this, I thought it was something stupid so I switched the channel, but lack of a better option forced me to switch back here. I pleasantly surprised. I mean, it's not amazing but it made me realize how much I love Michelle Pfeiffer. Why? Because she's awesome. Typical storyline but hey, it made me happy.
Not horrible at all. I quite enjoy these apocalyptic things. Well just as long as they're done tastefully. I didn't like one or two things about this, but they didn't bother me too much. I still liked the film as a whole.
Valentines special. I missed it on its real time slot but luckily I managed to catch the replay. Anyway, I've been wanting to watch this since I just finished reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and let me tell you, you get a better appreciation of the love between Mr. Darcy and Ms. Bennet with zombies. XD But anyway, the reason I like this movie so much is because of Jane and Bingley. They are just cute as a button, no?
Wow,it was pretty good, but I think it's missing a little something. It isn't bad for Quintin's first film, but I like I like his succeeding ones better. It's just missing a little... humph. The humph that he has now.
I saw this in spanish class. It was probably one of the worst movies I've seen. I mean with the bad acting coupled with the bad casting, plus the horrid ending, the film just makes you want to scream out in agony.
Okay, I thought this movie was cool right at the beginning, like in the first 10-20 minutes. The idea presented was interesting the character was cool, I thought it was a done deal. But as the film progressed, it got stupid, and I got rather frustrated about the whole thing. And then the end, eh, I wished they stuck to the beginning. Would have been a lot better that way.
A pretty cool movie. I thought it was generally well done, Daniel Day Lewis is my hero. The only thing that bothered me with this was the fact that the whole narrative structure wasn't... well it wasn't conventional. I wasn't sure where it was going, or if it was going anywhere. I mean with the ending (I loved it, don't get me wrong) but it just seemed a little random. And I hate the fact that he doesn't close it up with his 'son.'
I didn't even finish it. Okay perhaps I acted to harshly but... usually I like shakespeare so the fact that this didn't appeal to me is saying something. I mean the only good thing about it was that Sam was in it. And even that didn't help. Whatever, generally speaking, classics shouldn't be modernized. If they were, they need to revamp the script.
Haha. I really enjoyed this movie. It was one good ride I thought. It could have done more with the whole love part, it was trying to do a lot in a very short amount of time, but whatever, I enjoyed it, I had some good laughs in it, I'd recommend it to anyone who likes romantic comedies.
Well okay maybe a little. But really, I thought this film was pretty awesome. No - it was epic. There were a couple of things that I didn't really care for, everything else was so awepic that I forgot all about them.
I am terribly bias when I say, I love this film. Gaspard is a heart-taker. However, I did actually manage to stop drooling all over him and actually watch the film and I've to day, it's pretty good. Not anything particularly exceptional, but good.
It was pretty good, I just wished Wonder Woman would pop in somewhere. I think that Superman/Batman has been done to death and that its time to make way for the other superheroes. I think they should do a Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman movie. I think that would be awesome.
I always thought that GL was a bit dodgy as a superhero. I mean, really his power is in this ring, surely he isn't that formidable. I think that no longer. I am totally a converted GL fan, thanks to this movie.
I realise I didn't actually watch this completely so really it should be considered as a first-time watch. Anyway, I felt that it lacked certain components to make it really good. I don't know, it just seems rather unfinished to me.
I was really disappointed with this movie. I mean it was good, but not as good as I thought it should have been. In fact if Nicholas Hoult and Kaya Scoldario weren't it in, I think I would have been most depressed.
I don't think Lee Pace has got it in him to be a bad guy. I mean the only think that made him scary was the fact that he was taller than Sarah. I didn't really care much for the story, there were a lot of things that were unexplained that I wish they went into more detail.
Okay, this is probably one of my favorite disney movie of all time. I know the mythology is all wrong but everything else is just so darn clever that you can over look that. The songs are so catchy that they stay in your head for days. The animation? Stunning. Hercules is awesome.
Before I saw this film, a read a rather... unpleasant review of it. I don't exactly understand why, I liked the film. The twist did surprise me, though it would probably surprise me more so if I hadn't read the review. Lesson learnt, no more review reading.
I have to confess, I haven't actually completely finished this from start to finish but I think I know how these things go. Anyway, its a fun ride, definitely has its moments but its rather stereotypical and unoriginal. But still, fun.