Live action movies using the word “dragon” within the title possess a lengthy good reputation for being disappointing budget films. This isn’t among the rare exceptions however for what it’s, it’s entertaining.
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The film doesn’t have cinematographic value whatsoever. Only a lame, slow, in places disgusting report of methods a vampire-human marriage might be in part one, along with a badly directed (with a few very awkward moments) plot rise in the 2nd part. I possibly could not help realizing the derisiveness of some moments e.g. the [...]
This movie was absolutely fantastic. I have been waiting for it for what feels like forever now and it truly did not disappoint.
I predict this will be the movie of the year. I was thoroughly immersed in this movie from start to finish and when leaving the cinema (twice in the last 24hours) I could only hear the endless chatter of comments like “That was great” and “Brilliant way to end the series”.
We all know that Pixar makes incredible movies, I personally have never disliked a Pixar film. The first “Cars” film, was a great movie, not a perfect film. It was one of the least better films, Pixar has made, but that’s like saying, Insomnia was one of Christopher Nolan’s worst films. I had high expectations [...]
Puss in Boots was what I expected – interesting characters, some great laughs (including the Shrek-like humor for adults only), and an interesting backstory. Unfortunately, no cameos from major Shrek characters (I always get a kick out of Gingy).
The three musketeers, and by god am I disappointed. I mean don’t get me wrong I excepted a simple story with typical elements, nice fight scenes and a great cast that can act great.
Despite multiple viewings, I was never a fan of Zombieland. It was not a horrible film by any measure, and was quite the debut feature for Reuben Fleischer, but it still disappointed me every time I tried to watch it. So I went into an advanced screening of his follow-up 30 Minutes or Less this [...]
This movie is not only the worst movie of the summer, it could possibly be the worst movie I have ever seen. I took my two boys aged 7 and 4 to watch this sorry excuse for a movie. The boys actually were fairly entertained, but I must say they are not exactly seasoned veterans [...]
A friend of mine warned me to go in with zero expectations. So I did. I read a few reviews around the internet about the movie, going on about how the audience weren’t roaring with laughter.