Will need to return for a new one as CD case arrived broken. Have not yet had a chance to get back to Walmart, but otherwise the transaction was quick and smooth. I am sure Walmart will not have a problem exchanging for one that was not damaged.
I suppose Limitless counts as an action thriller with science fiction elements, but thankfully doesn't tread worn out themes of outer space and aliens. The movie isn't perfect, as it wasn't written by people that use their brains to their full potential like our 'hero' in the movie. But they're easily forgivable because there is plenty of action and the actors give great performances. Bradley Cooper shines in this movie.
Land of the Lost is a terrible family film - let's just get that out there - but it is certain to live on as a staple of bleary-eyed uni students' movie nights; sandwiched in-between repeat viewings of The Wall.
I liked this movie a lot but I'm also a big fan of the old Sid and Marty Krofft show of the same name from the early '70s. If you're familiar with the show you'll understand the campiness and probably enjoy the movie much more.\n\nThe back-and-forth between Dr. Rick Marshall (Will Ferrell) and Will (Danny McBride) had me rolling. Their scenes are loaded with tons of lines you'll be sharing with your friends.\n\nIf you don't take this movie too seriously, I'm sure you'll have a blast watching it.\n\nI would recommend this movie.
The combination of button-pushing uplift, sundry sweeping helicopter shots and a bombastic score that sounds like it came on a free transfer from a Tony Scott movie proves as resistibly synthetic as the CGI-enhanced heroics on the pitch.
Very interesting plot with a surprise twist near the end. Seems like accurate 1300's France representation, too. Fun to watch the romantic side, too, and has some current big names in roles from a few years before they were widely known.