This movie has got to be one if my favorites mainly because there aren't many stories like it. Daniel seriously kills it in this one with memorable quotes and facial expressions, some of the best acting I've seen ever I've seen in this picture. The price couldn't be any lower and the movie couldn't look juicer. Get it now, seriously. If you're into rich storylines and Oscar-worthy performances, you won't regret this one.
My opinion of this movie is that, for me anyway, it really wasn't all that scary. It was more chilling than scary. Understand that I'm 22 and don't scare all that easily. I would not suggest letting anyone under the age 12 watch this movie, especially not after dark (it's a psychological thing, you're more easily freaked out and scared after the sun goes down.). I think the acting in it is fairly good and if the stand-offish vibe is intended they pull it off quite nicely. If I had the choice, I would rate this movie between "Liked It" and "Really Liked It". I will definitely be watching this movie again and if I knew anyone that was into quasi scary movies I would highly suggest it; again, not for anyone under the age of 12.
Well everyone, this was quite a disappointment. I really loved the first Ghost Rider and even got a Ghost Rider tattoo. But this one really stinks. I even bought the 3D movie and there really isnt much 3D effect in this movie. This was really a waste of money but maybe you will like it. This is only my opinion. I really should have listened to everyone that told me it wasnt very good. will be selling it on ebay. lol
While I love the book, I'm not exactly a \"purist\". Besides this one, I've seen 6 others ('11 movie, '06 mini, '96 movie, '83 mini,'73 mini, and '44 movie).\nWhile I believe the story line (500+ page novel) is better suited to a miniseries (length); I quite enjoyed the latest ('11) movie- despite its being only 2 hrs. long!\n\nAs for this particular one:\n\nDon't be fooled by its title, this production is far removed from the book (so if you've never read it, and are seeking an authentic adaptation-- look elsewhere)! The only things that the two have in common are the names of its characters, and a few sequence of events! 95% of the dialogue has been re-written (and butchered), and some events added (made up)!\n\nRochester is an insufferable, maniacal, beast of a man!\nHow Jane could have felt anything beyond oppression and disdain is beyond me! Jane's character is even altered; she's borderline bratty, somewhat mouthy, and unreservedly opinionated!\nBeyond any and all comprehension she actually loves Rochester (despite his blatant mistreatment of her- especially when she's about to leave)!!\n\nIn conclusion, if you dare watch this insufferable abomination, you had better have a pair of \"frownies\" on hand; Rochester's scowl is that infectious!\n\n..Thankfully it was only 108 minutes long-- anything beyond that would have been torture!
This film is absolutely amazing--a great who-done-it, like, for instance, the game and film Clue (or Cluedo in England)! The cast is amazing (Gary, Benny!, Mark Strong, John Hurt, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy...the list goes on!), the soundtrack is amazing (particularly Julio Iglesias' cover of \"La Mer,\" which is brilliantly\/ironically featured at the very end of the film...the English-language popular cover is Bobby Darin's \"Beyond the Sea\"), the film itself is amazing.. You see, it is all just amazing, and I highly suggest you see this film if you haven't yet. A friend of mine, though, started to see it, but unfortunately stopped because of confusion, so, I will say it is a film you should really focus on (like knowing who's who--that might get a bit confusing) in order to take it all in, but I really think it's worth it when you do!
John Carter is a lively sci-fi adventure complete with a touch of comedy, romance, intrigue and sword play. Based on the Edgar Rice Burrough's book series (he also wrote the Tarzan series#, Disney did this movie right by using excellent graphics, special effects and even weaving in a few added things into the story line that gave the movie more depth and dimension. For advertising purposes, the title should have been made more alluring #in my opinion#. This is a wonderful movie for families and for people of any age that have a healthy sense of adventure...if you like Star Wars, Indiana Jones and such, you are probably going to enjoy this movie as well. I bought the four disc #3D inclusive) set for myself and the DVD for my Daughter, Son-in-Law and my two Grandsons ages 2 1\/2 and 6 years old. Guess what...some relatives will be getting one as a Christmas gift because everybody loves a lively adventure!