The first hour of this movie had something decent going for it. The last half hour is the tale of a completely different movie. First of all the things that i liked, great soundtrack, John Malkovich was great as usual but he didn’t get a lot of time for his role. I also enjoyed the characters of the bonies, but felt that they were too easy to defeat. The things i didn’t like about this movie? the acting is awful, the relationship between father and daughter is one of the hardest to believe of any movie i have ever seen, zombies were very close to being ruined in this film like vampires were ruined in Twilight. I heard so much positivity about this movie and it ended up being one of the worst films that i have seen this year. I have left some questions at the bottom that are some of the errors that i found with the film. I recommend this film to females because they might get a kick out of the love story. I honestly can’t imagine that a male zombie/horror fan will like any piece of this.1. His friend sure learned quickly how to talk when the action started, yet all of the years and hangouts that they had in the bar they never said one word. Keep in mind, this was before the zombie army met the girl.2. Why can he fight fast, but not walk fast?3. It’s not safe to go outside of the airplane, but it’s ok to drive a car 90 MPH outside of the airplane and make louder noises??4. THEY ARE ZOMBIES!!!! This friendship with the humans will never work because they need brains of humans to survive. Even for that short time before they are cured, they would be hungry
I really wanted to like this movie. Al Pacino is one of my all-time favorite actors, but he seemed to be on sleep mode during this movie. There were parts of it i liked like the last 20 minutes and the building of the tension that he must be killed by his best friend. The ending is completely anti climatic and leaves more questions than answers. If you see this movie, don’t expect much except for Al Pacino and Christopher Walken doing a 93 minute comedy routine.
Parker is a movie i really enjoyed. The biggest problem with this movie however is the fact that it suffers from -TJS (Typical Jason Statham). I like Jason as an actor, but his movies are the same scenario in every movie. If you have seen one of his films, then you have seen them all. Another big problem was the fact that this movie may have had the WORST editing i have ever seen in any film. Good notes – Jennifer Lopez continues to show why i adore her more in film than music. She has a way to trigger the emotions that you wouldn’t think she could do. I recommend to give this movie a look if you are a Statham fan. If not, stay away from it
WOW!!!! For those of you who thought i had even a shred of intelligence in me, i can promise you it is now gone. This movie is by far the worst movie i have seen in the early 2013 so far. I never imagined that a movie with Emma Stone would be so bad. This movie has a great cast, but they are doing these stupid Mad TV style skits. The difference is that i loved Mad TV and this unfunny piece of shit is beyond comparison. I wouldn’t recommend this movie to anyone unless there is someone in your life that you really hate. Even then, it might be too severe of a punishment.
Honestly this was a huge surprise. I really enjoyed this because it was similar to the 90’s action movies that i loved to watch. The dialogue is bad,but the action is phenominal. I loved the characters in this movie as well as the amazing villain work of Peter Stormaire (Abruzzi in Prison Break). Definitely recommended for the action fan.
A very funny first 35 minutes, but then it flattens. I really don’t have a lot much more to say about it because i felt dumber after watching it
I had to watch it a 2nd time to decide how i truly felt about this movie. The positives for it are the performances of Leonardo Dicaprio, Christoph Waltz and Samuel L Jackson. It also has a lot of Tarrantino dialogue. The negative for me was the running time of 2 hours and 45 minutes. I could’ve easily shaved a good hour of this movie and had it still be just as entertaining. My overall opinion is good, but far from Tarrantino’s best.
Not a bad little movie for the family. Billy Crystal brings his status quo of wit and charm to a slapstick movie that is a little different for him. I did only give this film a 5.5 because it does have some problems. This just doesn’t seem like the kind of film Crystal is normally in. It does have it’s wits and charms, but the film seems more along the lines of a Kevin James or Adam Sandler film. I understand Crystal was cast because of the age of the character, but his kind of humor almost seems outdated in a film like this. The casting is also a bit of an issue with Marisa Tomei playing Crystal’s daughter. Billy is 16 years older than Marisa in real life and Tomei looks almost to old to play the daughter in this film. It’s a shame that Thomas Everitt Scott is left with nothing to do in this film. He is someone who i have come to admire a lot in the last 15 years as an actor, but he almost never stars in a film. Parental Guidance had a couple parts that put more of a smile on my face than a laugh. Not sure if that is what the director was going for, but i look at this as more of a cute film than a funny one. The kids were a perfect fit for the movie. Bailee Madison is slowly taking over as one of the better child stars, today. If you have a family night, i recommend giving this a shot. I think it’s a film that the adults and the kids will get a kick out of.