Spielberg seems to be dividing his filmmaking output into two distinct halves: in the summer months cranking out no-brainer dinosaur flicks...in the winter season unveiling his serious artistic stuff to edify the adults and woo the Oscar crowd.
The more I see of their work, the more I realise that directors Ed Zwick and Sam Mendes have one thing very sharply in common -- both are filmmakers who make movies that they think are far more important than they actually are.
This movie is an incredible watch!! The story is so sad and thought-provoking.. It really makes you think about the innocent lives that are being lost due to diamonds.\nThis movie doesn't hold back on the truth, and reveals some heart-breaking truths about those suffering in Africa.\nLeonardo did an AMAZING job acting in this movie. Watch this movie. It's worth it!!!
Very awesome movie very worth the money so good i bought 2 copys in case i damaged the other. this movie is recomineded to all and has an excilent plot that will make you become glued to your seet through the whole movie so you better go th the bathroom before you start watching this very exciting movie!!!
My son saw this product advertised at the beginning of a video that he received as a gift. He was wildly excited about this DVD game so we later purchased it. It was not very expensive, but I was hesitant to purchase it because an age range was not given. My son is 3 yet this game is a bit advanced for him. He does not quite understand how to manipulate the features. However, the game itself is pretty basic. Once a child is old enough to understand how to play the game and manipulate the DVD remote, it will be fine, but probably won't have a very long life because the game is not that complex and probably won't hold a kid's attention beyond a few months.
This movie adaptation of The Tempest is incredibly dull, even for Shakespeare. And the special effects of Ariel are laughable and look like something from a low-budget, cheesy B-Movie. If you want a Shakespeare play that translates well to film, I would suggest Romeo and Juliet (1996) with Leonardo Dicaprio and Claire Danes or A Midsummer Night's Dream (the 1999 version with Kevin Kline and Rupert Everett). Don't waste your time with this one. It's nearly two hours of my life that I'll never get back.