We were told that it would take only 3 days for this item to arrive in our local Walmart.com store. However, it took weeks. By the time it arrived, we did not even need it anymore. We went to the store 3 times and were told each time that the item has still not arrived, even though we were told it would have been there a long time ago. We are extremely disappointined about the misinformation we were given and the amount of time it has taken to receive this item . Would not at all recommend Walmart.com to others for online purchases. So far, we have not been offered any compensation for this very sub-par experience. Walmart - if you choose to do so, our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A disappointing American debut of the Hong Kong cult director John Woo is a decent action vehicle by standards of its star Jean-Claude Van Damme but, hampered by a B script and flat characters, it doesn't bear Woo's auteurist signature and unique vision
The movie was as awesome as I remember it being but the bonus features are why I\nbought the collectors edition. Insight into the making of the creature, commentary from the director and the other bonus features are well worth the purchase.
John Carpenter went out of this world on making this movie. Cast and crew were just right on bringing the suspence. Special effects were very creative. Just dont show this to the little kids or they will be sleeping in the bed with you for days. Great movie.
This is a movie that goes from one thing to another fast. It has flash backs, shapeshifting, alliens, death, you name it its got it.\nSome scenes arent scary there funny, others are very suspencefull. This force reads your mind so beware what you think it may just become it.\nDecent effects, a new cast not to bad, a half way decent plot.
Jack Lemmon and James Garner join forces to save the American public. What an enigma of comedy is produced when the former \"Mr. Presidents\" (who can't stand one another) join forces out among the people.
Hugh, what a stinker! Mediocre sit-com humour doesn't help an unoriginal premise and a star pairing with less believable chemistry than a pebble and another slightly smaller pebble. Where's a straight-to-video distributor when you need one?
Absence of Malice does not invalidate All the President's Men. But with entertainment values -- and a moral sense -- every bit as high as that film's, it observes that there is an underside to journalistic gallantry.