I got this movie the first day that it came out & only had to pay 13.00 for it in my walmart. I thought it was a great price. I got it because I am a big fan of kristen stewart. I think that she is such an amazing actress. I am so glad that I was able to get this movie. It was a really great movie and krosten did such an amazing job in it. if you love movies that tell love storys then this movie is so for you.
With A History Of Violence, Cronenberg uses the pulp gangster genre - as opposed to, say, sci-fi horror -- to draw us into a dialogue on our relationship as voyeurs to violence, both real and cinematic.
Curiously, the film's key drawback --its impassive resolution feels a little too slick -- is arguably indicative of the theme: no matter how much we may think we're peeling back the layers, all we arrive at is another faade.
From beginning to end, there is non-stop action & mystery! You'll question WHO the good guys and bad guys are TO the End!!! VERY well written\/directed... the \"Script\" is REFRESHINGLY family-friendly! Parental Guidance for gun-fire\/fighting, concerning ONLY the VERY young.
Okay movie, and Taylor Lautner is as usual capable and entertaining. However, the plot was weak and most of the supporting cast was forgettable. Occasional strong language does not make this a family-friendly movie, either. It's a good enough movie to watch once, but you'd be better off just renting it.
I was very excited for this movie from the first day I heard about it. It had an all-star cast of comedians who I have been a fan of for years. Adam Sandler and Chris Rock in the same movie, along with some other great actors, seemed like a can't loose. The movie just didn't live up to my expectations though. These actors have made over a dozen hilarious movies in their careers but this one was a laughless flop. I just don't know what went wrong since there was no shortage of talent. Maybe it was that too many cooks spoiled the soup?
A tentative mixture of tearjerker and disaster movie, cautious due to the requirement that it bear witness to the true-life heroism, staying within the tonal range that is sanctioned for American films depicting 9/11.
WalMart's \"Site to Store\" service is more like \"Site to SORE\". What a terrible service. I went to pick up the item, which was priced higher than other places, and I waited 5 minutes at the \"site to store\" back room. When no one showed up I opened up the employee only door and yelled for help. Finally someone showed up to help me. Then it took them TEN minutes to find my product. Terrible Service.
The Jane Austen Book Club, based on Karen Joy Fowler's bestseller, offers a distinctive vision of hell - a plane of being where there are only six novels that matter, and they're consulted like all-purpose agony aunts.
As a woman under the influence of everyone but herself, Pippa often feels lost when she's on her own - a blank slate with no one holding a chalk - Robin Wright Penn allows us to get to know a character who still doesn't really know herself.