For those who like Greys Anatomy this spinoff of the series is just as enjoyable, I found seasons #1 and #2 in my local Walmart and was delighted to find season #3 at Walmart.com. I prefer to watch when I want to and commercial free, and no missed episodes, can't wait for season #4.
The movie, directed without a personal stamp of any kind by Chris Columbus, is so slick that the grime comes from a spray can and the grungy bohemian costumes look rented from a Betsey Johnson boutique sale.
- New York Observer, 2005-12-21
It's real -- and, on screen, it's really cringe-worthy. Not quite Phantom of the Opera cringe-worthy, but not as much fun to blow raspberries at, either.
I have been unable to see Rent performed on stage, despite my extreme interest in the show. So I was thrilled when it became available in movie form. It is beautifully portrayed and very well done, exceeding my highest expectations. The new members of the cast integrated very nicely with the returning members, which eased my trepidations about the project tremendously. I highly recommend this movie!!!
The Way Of The Gun errs once or twice on the side of needless poetry -- like most screenwriter/directors, McQuarrie is in love with the sound of his own snappy dialogue -- but never breaks its own rules or betrays its own characters.
First off this is a great deal.\nIt's worth it for the 1st movie alone.\n\nThere are some great actors in this one that can really pull off the scary stuff and pull you into the story.\n\nThe bad news is that the 2nd movie is horrific... in a bad way. The first movie is creepy, spooky, and down right scary. The 2nd is an awful mess. You may watch this once and leave it at that.\n\nI'm giving this a good rating as the first movie is well worth the price and highly recommended.