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Comment Archives: stories: Film

Re: “Irrational Man an erratic movie

I don't see any spoilers. What spoilers?

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Posted by B. E. Gordon on 08/11/2015 at 12:24 AM

Re: “Fantastic Four: Doom watch

Thanks for writing, FranklinDallas and Alice. Ha; I like Fraggle Rock as well, but "suspense" isn't a word I would exactly associate with it. :)

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Posted by Matt Brunson on 08/10/2015 at 3:22 PM

Re: “Fantastic Four: Doom watch

:( I like Fraggle Rock....

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Posted by Alice on 08/10/2015 at 5:57 AM

Re: “Fantastic Four: Doom watch

Wow....completely uncalled for.....disrespecting Fraggle Rock...

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Posted by FrankinDallas on 08/09/2015 at 9:08 PM

Re: “Irrational Man an erratic movie

"Irrational Man" was great and Emma Stone dazzled once again. I hope Mr. Romance continues to cast her because she's so charismatic and versatile (two qualities that the stoic Mia Farrow lacked). I wouldn't put this film on the same level as Radio Days, Match Point or Midnight in Paris; but it's certainly worthy of AT LEAST a 3 out of 4-star rating. Woody Allen never ceases to amaze me. ALL of his films are better than 90% of the crap that manages to seep its way through theaters and "Irrational Man" is no exception. -AKR

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Posted by Andrew Rawls on 08/09/2015 at 2:09 AM

Re: “Irrational Man an erratic movie

Hi, Msnomer. I'm sorry you feel the movie has been ruined. I'm very careful not to add spoilers to my reviews. Which part do you think qualifies as a spoiler? I don't think I included anything that hasn't been mentioned in other reviews, interviews, etc.

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Posted by Matt Brunson on 08/08/2015 at 12:45 PM

Re: “Irrational Man an erratic movie

A spoiler alert would have been greatly appreciated! Now the movie I wanted to see has been ruined for me. Thanks.

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Posted by Msnomer on 08/08/2015 at 11:30 AM

Re: “The 20 Greatest Rock Films Ever Made

Love the Beatles..

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Posted by Steve Barrel on 07/30/2015 at 7:34 AM

Re: “Bright cast partly saves flimsy Paper Towns

As someone who is a huge fan of the novel, I was incredibly disappointed with the adaptation. Cara Delevingne was to bland and uncharismaic to play Margo. The rest of the cast was great but it was a shame to see such a interesting character be tossed into the the hands of such a dull actress.

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Posted by smc7 on 07/28/2015 at 1:45 AM

Re: “Bright cast partly saves flimsy Paper Towns

I hate a plot that takes you nowhere and this film is a prime example. At the end Margo has no interest in him and neither did she in the very beginning. Sadly a young Quentin couldn’t accept this. And here comes the bad news: Opposites don’t attract. -AKR

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Posted by Andrew Rawls on 07/25/2015 at 4:07 AM

Re: “Look! Up On The Screen!: The best and worst superhero films of all time

The first Ninja Turtles was a contender for the 5 worst list? That movie is great. I could see II or III on there, but to say any of them was a contender is pretty harsh.

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Posted by Bryan Puckett on 07/17/2015 at 1:49 PM

Re: “Come with me if you want to escape Terminator Genisys

Ryan: I never said he was a Terminator. I said that the young cop character seen in 1984 became the character later played by J.K. Simmons in 2017. But thanks for reading!

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Posted by Matt Brunson on 07/07/2015 at 9:53 AM

Re: “Come with me if you want to escape Terminator Genisys

"The noodling of time has also resulted in the appearance of both a liquidy T-1000 (the G.I. Joe series' Byung-hun Lee) and a cop who transforms into J.K. Simmons when the movie picks back up in 2017. "

What?? JK Simmons was NEVER a terminator. How can I take this review seriously when it sounds like you never actually saw the movie?

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Posted by Ryan Henderson on 07/07/2015 at 2:27 AM

Re: “Come with me if you want to escape Terminator Genisys

Nope, sorry. It DOES deserve all the vitriol it's getting. Ridiculous plot, boring unoriginal action scenes, and really bad casting. Jai Courtney is the type of actor who is good as Vince Vaughn's sidekick in a Judd Apatow movie. He didn't cut it as Reese at all. And don't get me started on Emilia Clarke! So agree with Mr. Brunson on this one.

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Posted by Faith B. on 07/06/2015 at 3:55 PM

Re: “Come with me if you want to escape Terminator Genisys

I think the latest film is far from perfect - I hesitate to call it a "good" movie - but it certainly does not deserve the vitriol it has received. It is unquestionably superior in almost every respect to the previous two films. At a bare minimum, it presented some very well done action set pieces and was visually exciting and fun (something that cannot be said for the pedestrian Terminator 3, nor for the dour and boring Terminator Salvation) in a way that kept me engaged with the action, even if I was baffled by the plot.

I will agree that Danearys was miscast as Sarah Connor and the actor who played Kyle Reece was useless. However, I thought the John Connor actor managed to be creepy and menacing as the new terminator, and I just can't not love Arnie in his iconic T800 role.

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Posted by Avatar22 on 07/06/2015 at 12:28 PM

Re: “Come with me if you want to escape Terminator Genisys

I kinda laughed at the name they kept for Arnold’s Terminator character. Pops, I mean it does go with the whole look and stuff but this was just weird and funny. As for the action stunts and all, it looks to be pretty normal but better than the previous ones. My favorite actor in the movie was Jai Courtney and that is why I bought the Jai Courtney Jacket from an online store.

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Posted by babinrobert12 on 07/04/2015 at 1:56 AM

Re: “The 20 Greatest Rock Films Ever Made

Anonymous and Anon: HEAD and WALK THE LINE are cited in the sidebar story, The Best Also-Rans, at…. As for the others, well...

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Posted by Matt Brunson on 07/01/2015 at 2:03 AM

Re: “The 20 Greatest Rock Films Ever Made


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Posted by Anon on 07/01/2015 at 12:27 AM

Re: “Jurassic World: Park in second gear

(*/****,…if that) What a horrendously bad, god-awful picture. After an hour I’d enough and it’s the first movie that I’ve actually walked out of in quite some time. The film was merely a repeat of the usual: Dinosaurs breaking loose, flipping cars and people running away. Some other problems: The acting was atrocious which gave this film the feel of a made-for-TV movie (Yes even with Chris Pratt). The acting was on par with that of “Home Alone 3”. It was simply that bad. Despite the modest budget the film also lacked realism –that is the dinosaurs looked fake and computerized. In fact the shark that succeeded Bruce in “Jaws: The Revenge” looked far more realer than ANY of the dinosaurs in this picture. I wasn’t overly shocked about any of this as I had my doubts after seeing all the trailers and loathing the two other sequels: “The Lost World” and “ Jurassic Park III” , but it did come as quite the surprise considering the technology to do the film right –that is to make the dinosaurs believable- is there. The absolute final straw for me was the film being littered with advertisements: Nissan, Coke, Starbucks, Mercedes Benz, eBay, Samsung (am I missing any more, and are the studios now so desperate for cash after the 40% home-video sales decline that they’re willing let any one person/company in)? Do yourself a favor and save your $17.50 (or whatever the hell they’re charging for IMAX 3D these days) and take your dad out for a nice father’s day brunch. -AKR

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Posted by Andrew Rawls on 06/16/2015 at 9:47 PM

Re: “Jurassic World: Park in second gear

Great review, and by that I mean it matches my thoughts pretty much exactly.

The dinosaurs were great and there were plenty of thrills-- especially fun in a big, loud theater. But the plot's dependency on the beyond ridiculous "trainable raptors" really hurts the film's bottom line. The writers loved to mock jaded theme park audiences who needed "more teeth," but then turned around and did the same thing with the story-- did not trust a film audience to enjoy the sequel without giving it a dino twist.

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Posted by Evan on 06/15/2015 at 10:25 PM

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