Win Win is a warm, wonderful comedy, smartly written, full of great performances (particularly from supporting superstars Amy Ryan, Bobby Cannavale and Jeffrey Tambor) and bad haircuts (yeah, a lot of the characters have bad haircuts).
My heart grew ten sizes the day I watched this. A long time favorite. Good message with the memorable narration of Boris Karloff. We bought this for my wife to use in her classroom to teach about giving and sharing. It is a bonus that it is one of our favorite shows as well.
This movie has all the elements of a great Disney movie. Good plot. Fantasy. Comedy. Romance. Good musical score. I believe this movie would keep anyone entertained, no matter what their age. If you like Disney, you will like this.
hile the production design, creatures and many visuals benefit greatly from del Toro's unabashed imagination being allowed to run free, the script is even more enslaved to the mechanically cobbled together conventions of everyday Summer blockbusters.
I wasn't sure what to expect when I went to see this movie.. but now after seeing it, I do!!!\nLots of laughs!!! There's lots of crazy, weird, silly scenes and it's not any attempt at obtaining a cheap laugh either.\nThis movie is great, but make sure that no kids are in the room when you see it because there's a lot of foul language and nudity.
The Max Headroom charater was a very simple thinker and got into or caused trouble through out the series. But he was a learning program, and he learned quickly. He was able to get himself out of his trouble with his kind of logic (digital) and he would help the main charaters in the area to solve most of their problems.
Computer Graphics got a good boost with the Introduction of the Max Headroom series.
Even though the computer graphics were fake graphics (Matt Frewer in heavy make-up and plactic wig head piece) the concept took off and other items were quickly digitized into computer graphics. With this cause and effect ... every year after that, computer graphics got better and better.
This movie is horrific! Had I known that this movie was going to belittle God and call him names I would have never brought it into my home. I feel dirty for doing so. I would not recommend this movie to anyone especially the younger generation. I'm speechless that Hollywood produced something this outrageous. In fact my husband stopped the movie and broke it into many pieces because of the words used to describe God. We should only speak highly of God! Please be cautious in choosing movies, I know we will be.