not enough people working back in the layaway, pick up dept, one person cannot handle lines of 10 people by themselves, I gave up the first time I went to pick up this item, because there was one person handling a problem and I waited 15 min. and the same person was at counter, when I went back 2 days later, the person at counter didnot have keys to open the case to get dvd out, so I had to wait 20 min. for keys to be brought back to person at counter. More organization required in that dept and more people at this time of year.
Exclusive comic, blu ray AND dvd disc's for all occasions! Just like the other reviews said this blu ray copy fills the entire screen and doesn't have top\/bottom black bars (widescreen) like it advertises. Looks perfect!
A newly widowed father of 2 buys a property which just happens to include a nearly defunct zoo - complete with lion, bear, tiger, etc. His children have the modern attitudes we expect, and their father is sincere about making it all work. Even the ferocious animals and their keepers- part of the package deal -are loveable through it all. Will they meet the deadline set by that nasty inspector?
this was a good movie not as good as i thought it would be but still had alot of funny parts too.This movie reminded me of St. Elmo's Fire for some reason it was alot like it.So,since i liked that one i liked this one.
The film is never less than engaging, though considering that the title The Prestige refers to the moment in a magic act that gives it its "wow" factor, it's kind of a shame that the ultimate "reveal" in the movie is a little too tricky for its own good.
I ordered this on Wal mart.com. It was a horrible experience!!!! I ordered it & received a text that it had arrived. I went to go pick it up & they could not find it. No biggie, I will go back in a couple days. I waited 2 days & went back. Still could not find it. Now, that is a problem! I talked to the associate and she assured me that they could find it. Within 24 hours, I received a call that they had it. I went the next day to find that \"No, we can't find it.\" That afternoon, a man called and said \"we have it.\" \"In your hand?\" I asked. \"Yep\", come get it!\" I ran to Walmart to find out that they had not found it & offered me a refund. I was devastated as this was my second order in trying to get this dvd. Calling another associate to help my frustrated mind eased somewhat as I found out this was the guy that had called me. He grabbed the dvd off the counter and gave it to me. I don't know how the lady missed it, but she did. Esp with the huge 8 by 10 page that had FOUND DVD FOR ______ in big bold letters. It was a tear your hair out situation, so just don't, ever.
Despite its merits, the script fails to escape the silly season that fouls up so many thrillers, that time when the twists merely seem like the narrative equivalents of those violin shrieks on a cheesy score.
A great movie with a suprising twist to it! My favorites are when I cannot figure them out...there are not many I can't! So I loved this one for that very reason! Great cast for a super story! Highly recommended!
After rolling out the trusty old 'radiocative barrel in the lake' routine, Eight Legged Freaks flips through the pages of the monster movie manual - written in the 50s by classics such as Them and Tarantula - and doesn't miss a trick.
A rather titillating take on a racy historical novel, this is perhaps too ambitious in intent. More time, or more pruning (perhaps they should just have focused on The Boleyn girl), would have produced a richer and more enjoyable film.
It is a very entertaining movie, though it is chalk full of historical inaccuracies. So don't do a paper on it in History class because you will not get a good grade. The costumes and head dresses are just about the only accurate portrayal in this movie. But, it is a suspense filled tale and fantasy with a very attractive cast to look at and imagine what it would have been like in that time. It's a good movie if you like period tales.... Right up there with Pride and Prejudice, etc.
Woody Allen has had a cinematic shower and come out refreshed with Match Point, abandoning his beloved New York for London's grey skies and unique social structure, picking up a new beat %u2013 both musically and metaphorically.
Alarmingly, some of Woody Allen's highly strung performance enhancing gestures rub off on Scarlett Johansson in this bizarre misfire from Allen, who hasn't even noticed that his plot doesn't hold water.