Reviews by clayton
Let me start by saying that I am not a fan of J-C films,but having said this, I must now eat those words, because this is one of the most heartfelt and sincere films I've seen in a long time. This story re-tells all of us something we've all forgotten "don't judge a book by it's cover" and that every moment spent on this earth is far greater than what might be on the otherside and that life is too wonderful to waste. I highly recommend this film to everyone...
Better than most, not as good as others. A good scary, if somewhat predictable ending. The 28 days duo is much better, but fire up the popcorn anyways for a easy watch.
With "No Country for old Men" and "There will be Blood" sweeping the awards, this movie seemed like a after thought for the votes. In all fairness to the latter film, I've yet to sit down and watch this over hyped drama, but having watched "No Country", I can honestly say to the people who made "The Assassination of Jesse James..", you was robbed !!! The Acting,Composition,Music,and Direction is really well done. There is not a weak frame in the film, and at two and a half hours in running time, that is a amazing feat in itself.Plus how difficult it must have been to tell a story that everyone knows the ending and keep it interesting. So my advice to anyone who has sat through "No Country"in all fairness to this film,it's a good film, quite good in fact, take some time, without interuptions, and enjoy a really beautiful piece of movie making.The perfect balance of the two main players in this drama,is a joy to behold. The title says it all in so many ways.Enjoy
This film was a pleasant surprise and after watching it, I decided to share with my family. The center of attention is a large rocket in Charlie Farmers barn. It could have been just about anything, but in this story a rocket is the dream of the Farmer family. A nice tale about not giving up on your dream no matter how crazy it may seem to everyone else.This is a good lesson to teach any child or adult, because what are we without our dreams.The Polish brothers deliver a family positive film. Enjoy
There are nights when you don't feel like a heavy film, so I turn to what I like to call,"mindless teenage brain-rot", a title I borrowed from the King of Radio, "The Hound". I thought,The Simpsons Movie,would fit that bill. I was wrong, terribly wrong. This has to be one of the most boring re-hashed wastes I've suffered through all year. I really wasn't expecting much and I got even less. If the public has to put up with this 10+ year old left over, why can't we have a Family Guy movie, with all it's high and low brow comedy intact.The people who make this show would at least not dissapoint with their left overs.I tried to rate this a minus,but this site requires a star,so don't be fooled by the star like you might be by the ads on TV.