As usual, a feast for the eyes and great entertainment for the entire family, although the pace may be a little slow for the younger kids.
X-Men: The Last Stand was disappointing. It delivered some action, tidbits for the fans and a few surprises. By the end, suprises didn't mean much.
This movie is funny and daring at times, but it mostly falls flat. I'm still trying to figure out exactly what point it's trying to make.
Do yourself a favor and rent the original version.
A gripping, realistic portrayal of the events of 9/11 centered on the passengers of United Airlines flight 93 that's hard to watch but must be seen.
Gory and gross, as it should be, but not as funny as it could have been.
Convoluted and confusing, but with the coolest looking vampire I've ever seen on screen.
Horror, nudity and gore reminiscent of early 1980's horror films, but with a stronger story.
This movie was better than I thought it would be but the characters are such idiots that I found it hard to enjoy the movie more than just marginally.
When it's good, it's very good, but when it's not, it feels really, REALLY long.
Oh my God, this movie actually made a profit?
Overall, this movie is enjoyable, but it suffers from mediocre musical numbers. Parts of the plot are so tragic and morbid.
If you're yearning for some great sci-fi, you owe it to yourself to get to know the crew of Serenity.
Sweet! This movie has, like, almost no story, but it's flippin' hilarious! Gosh!
Ridiculously over the top, but still enjoyable.
This movie was so unspeakably awful that I'm almost tempted to sue Artisan Entertainment for pain and suffering.
This movie has one of the finest casts imaginable... what a joy to watch them work together. And this movie actually has a point to make.
Probably the wierdest movie you've never heard of, a bizarre combination of Monty Python, Mad Magazine, Freaks and Airplane!.
You'll forget about this terribly miscast movie (that is *almost* made bearable by Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans) as soon as you leave the theater.