The cinematic visualisation of the upper class of Pinem - is painted with a surrealist brush that Salvador Dali might have dropped (but).. falls short of expectations, registering a low emotional score despite all that is at stake
I watched Hunger games and really thought it was stupid and a waste of time. I like a lot of fiction, weird stuff. But this was way over done and just plain dumb in my opinion. Turned it off half way through. Don't waste your time
I purchased today 11\/29\/2013 (Black Friday). This exact item was one of the dvd deals Walmart offered for black friday. When I got home and tried to redeem the digital copy it just gave me\/ an error. After further reading the redemption card it specifically says to redeem no later than 8\/18\/2013 (almost 4 months ago). I emailed Walmart, they immediately forwarded the email to vudu.com, who then told me I needed to contact the production company (Lionsgate) for the movie in order to try to get a new code. I go to the Lionsgate website they have no \"customer service\" email us link.\nWay to false advertise to sell overstock from at least 5 months ago.\nIf you bought this on Black Friday 2013 I hope you didn't really want the digital copy.
I ordered this, paid for this through paypal and 10 minutes later they said they had a problem with my payment even though I was using it fine before and after with other companies and then it was sold out, now within a couple of days its back in stock for 20 dollars more. Bad sales practices and treatment of customers WMart.
This is the third time I have bought this movie and it doesn't work!! It's get less then half way through the movie and then there is no more data! The movie stops and goes to the chapter list but only has part of the list there as the information is not on the disk. I buy movies from walmart all the time, in store and on line and 1 in 5 movies doens't work!
Astro Boy was, all in all, a sweet movie. This movie, though not as wonderful, reminds me of the Iron Giant. Loss, friendship, family, good vs evil and what makes us human are all explored as we follow Astro's journey to \"self\". Both tender and funny moments bookend the adventurous action scenes. This movie will leave you with a good feeling and is worth seeing.\n\nSPOILER: May not be so good for younger kids because of the subject of death, as well as war-like violence.
I really enjoyed the book and when I heard it was on DVD I just had to see it! Very glad I did. Does justice to the book too! If you have read the book you will like this, even if you haven't read the book you probably will like this! there are adult scenes though so not for the kids to see!
This allegedly true tale of demonic possession is weighed down by period detail and ponderous storytelling, which soon get the better of its Exorcist-inspired levitations, flying crucifixes and noisy poltergeist activity.