My order has not shipped. It's been two weeks for a movie that I know Walmart had several copies of in the store. I ordered this product site to store to see how long it would take and to rate the in store employees on service. Site to store is a hassle. Unless it is an online exclusive then you are held hostage for how ever many weeks it takes. I ordered a dresser once and it took three tries for Walmart.com to send it to the correct store. I ordered gym accessories as one order. The associate working the site to store counter did not want to help me. He kept acting like he had never heard of site to store and was trying to figure out how to ring it up. I explained to him all he has to do is scan the barcode on my phone. He insisted on hand keying in the thirty digit number and kept messing it up. I have now ordered this movie just to see how long it took something simple to arrive at my store. Two weeks and its still not here. Yay
I love the movie. I have not received the item purchased which was order on Sept 25th. If I do not receive the item within the next couple days, I will cancel the order.\n\nGreat movie! Purchasing for my great-grandchildren.
Film is dark (filmed under ground) but hard to see
Film had an interesting plot. It was well enough acted. I purchase DVDs for my 85 year old mother's entertainment. She has some vision and hearing problems. With the dark filming and wispering it was difficult for her to follow the movie.
It is in many ways Eastwood's tightest movie for some time, and certainly his darkest since Unforgiven; indeed, the ending offers as corrosive an assessment of the limits of American justice as anything in his career.
Green lantern is a god awful movie. This movie is has everything that could possibly go wrong in a movie go wrong. For starters the acting is just awful. Ryan Reynolds is a good actor just not here. I could watch Top Gun again and see the character of Hal Jordan in Maverick. When in the comic books he is a very deep and rich character. Along with that the director feel asleep at the wheel. I mean how do you get put in charge of a $150 million dollar movie a mess up this bad? The cinematography is ugly and the CGI is also horrendous. The idea to paint an ugly green suit on Ryan Reynolds was a terrible terrible idea. Coming finally to the script of this cinematic abortion. Grabbing bits and pieces of a comic books rich fifty year history and tossing into one big pile is insulting. DC Comics should be incredible offended by this piece of garbage. You don't just toss a story together with random parts of history from over 50 fifty years. You have to take a single portion and work from there, but they didn't. Compared to The Dark Knight, Thor, and Captain America this movie fails. As a superhero movie, and a movie in general this movie is the perfect example of just what a movie should not be.
Very well-made, engaging story-line that doesn't take too many liberties with the Truth of what took place. Fair, balanced coverage of the four subjects. The movie doesn't take sides, except to offer cautious hope for us All-- that the fossil-fuel grip on our automotive lives is not a permanent disability.
This is not the worst of the Iraq-themed movies of the past few years, and it's possibly the best acted of any of them. But you wish the bonding of these three people wasn't diluted by the trite scenarios and artificial circumstances of their saga.
It firmly establishes Kevin Costner as the next Robert Redford. It loads the bases for the gloriously talented Susan Sarandon, and she responds by belting one right out of the park. And it features an irresistible newcomer named Tim Robbins.