Love the movie but ordering to walmart Store I wont do Again. It took 2weeks almoto arrive. Then to.pick up you have to go to the back of the Store and push a Button and wait. No one was there. I had tobwait. Never Again
The \"hero\" tries to sexually attack a woman. There is very little action and it's not at all like you would probably expect from a superhero movie. This is the opposite of such movies as \"The Avengers.\" I watched it once.
Overall, the movie and extra features are great. My only complaint is that the product is advertised as including a Digital Copy, which it does not. It is a 2 disc blu-ray, but the second disc is simply the special features. There is no digital copy at all included with this item, which was rather disappointing since that was the whole reason that I bought this particular one!! Everything else is as advertised.
D'Arienzo's love of trite indie-movie signposts of comic quirkiness -- deadpan delivery, overly formal camerawork, characters delivering dialogue into the camera, stunt casting -- is ultimately regrettable.
As a thriller it's solid three-star tension. As a Samuel L. Jackson showcase it proves a man can only coast through so many motherfuckin' or milquetoastin' turns before having to display his full and overpowering talent.
Chapman coaxes good performances from his cast, especially Wilson, who makes Joe's immense conflicts a matter of empathy as much as abhorrence. But Chapman doesn't have the filmmaking skills to conceal the talky, formulaic narrative.
Gavin recalls his experiences while standing atop a building ready to jump; we're meant to be on edge ourselves, but the only real mystery is why Tyler took such an unrewarding role in the first place.
I watched the first five minutes of the first chapter and heard about 20 curse words including God's name in swearing several times. I went to the second chapter, more foul language, homosexual acts on screen ( not just audio). I had enough and pulled it back out of the player put it back in the box and into the trash where it belonged.