Absolutely no chance in hell that the movie could have been as funny as your headline! Good one!
Thanks, Joe. I totally would've wasted precious time on this.
This film will have you on the edge of your seat. I truly don't feel as Philip Booth recommends that the film is incomplete. This really happened to a family as such. Imagine if such a wave were headed for Florida. We'd be sitting ducks.
Nice review Sal. Truly shocking that this one is terrible, considering how awful the trailer, posters, promotional materials and TV ads have been. Oh, wait …
They'll probably skip right to "Part Deux," the bastards …
I'm with you on "Top Gun," Joe. I hope this means a 3-D update of "Hot Shots" is on the way. The "wall-eye" scene with Jon Cryer deserves it.
Joran -- I remember it getting lukewarm reviews when it came out, and I didn't make a point of seeing it. However, having seen this, I'd be curious to see if how that del Toro effort compares.
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Sal, what did you think of "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark?"
Great review, Kyle -- and precisely the kind of movie I expected based on that awful, bombastic trailer.
After the fact I started to wonder: How did a guy with no discernable job (well, other than his "museum") manage to acquire and maintain an arsenal that would make many small nations envious? I hope he wasn't supposed to be the placeholder for "typical gun owner."
Joe, I'm guessing the sight of Johnny Knoxville as a bathrobe-wearing, gun-loving dork didn't sell you on the passion for firearms as an adorable hobby.
Believe it or not, Ned, that was the THIRD reference to the 1850s. (Hey, at least I was consistent in my ignorance.) They should ALL be fixed now.
And no, I'm glad the comment stays. It serves as a record of edits I made to the post after publication. I like transparency, even when it just goes to illuminate my mistakes.
Thanks Joe. You missed the 2nd one; third paragraph.
Now that it's fixed, I'd delete my previous comment if it were possible to do so.
Shit Ned, you're right! I amended the text accordingly. Thanks for pointing that out.
Joe, you got the decade wrong. Twice.
unfortunately this review initially kept me away from the movie.
via netflix i recently saw it and was surprised how much i liked it. sure it was no godfather, but it was funny and quirky and worth the time spent watching it.
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