Er, the rabbit, and the weird stuff, and the decent soundtrack but the movie didn’t actually convince me to give a damn about anything. There was no real threat, I didn’t care about what happened, and didn’t even finish watching the movie.
As above, minus the rabbit.
Go? See! This: Movie.
It’s beautiful, it’s haunting, It’s Jim Carrey acting – which is good – and its artistic direction is so absolutely wonderful that there are no words to describe it. it shows, not tells, what is happening. See this movie.
I like heist films, I like banter, I like this.
As a heist movie, it’s pretty good and contains some well crafted – if not stellar – performances.
As a remake of the original, it stinks to high heaven. Pretend the title’s different.
Hated the main character, didn’t get beyond the first episode.
I rented this one purely on the basis of seeing the trailer somewhere else, and I’m glad I did. it’s got some wonderfully done artistic sequences, and some good bits. It’s a little jumpy in places, but that’s a side effect of telling 25 years of story in two hours.
Okay, not a movie, but since Mouse is the first person apart from family and Tom from work to see the inside of FT1 I thought it warranted a mention.