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  1. Average review score: 66

    On average, this critic grades
    6 points higher than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    2 points higher than other critics.

  3. Average review score: 71

    On average, this critic grades
    11 points higher than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    3 points lower than other critics.

  5. Average review score: 52

    On average, this critic grades
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  6. Average review score: 54

    On average, this critic grades
    6 points lower than other critics.

  7. Adam Lowes

    3 Movies
    Average review score: 53

    On average, this critic grades
    7 points lower than other critics.

  8. Average review score: 49

    On average, this critic grades
    11 points lower than other critics.

  9. Average review score: 51

    On average, this critic grades
    9 points lower than other critics.

  10. Adam Smith

    45 Movies
    Average review score: 69

    On average, this critic grades
    9 points higher than other critics.

  11. Average review score: 54

    On average, this critic grades
    6 points lower than other critics.

  12. Average review score: 60

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    0 points higher than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    18 points lower than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    20 points lower than other critics.

  15. Alan Morrison

    28 Movies
    Average review score: 67

    On average, this critic grades
    7 points higher than other critics.

  16. Average review score: 67

    On average, this critic grades
    7 points higher than other critics.

  17. Average review score: 70

    On average, this critic grades
    10 points higher than other critics.

  18. Average review score: 76

    On average, this critic grades
    16 points higher than other critics.

  19. Average review score: 58

    On average, this critic grades
    2 points lower than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    2 points lower than other critics.

  21. Average review score: 77

    On average, this critic grades
    17 points higher than other critics.

  22. Average review score: 58

    On average, this critic grades
    2 points lower than other critics.

  23. Average review score: 52

    On average, this critic grades
    8 points lower than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    1 point lower than other critics.

  25. Average review score: 56

    On average, this critic grades
    4 points lower than other critics.

  26. Average review score: 58

    On average, this critic grades
    2 points lower than other critics.

Recent User Reviews

  1. Dec 18, 2014
    3
    This is just a very brief review, but DO NOT GET THIS. It makes no sense. The main problem is, it keeps going backward and forwards in time,This is just a very brief review, but DO NOT GET THIS. It makes no sense. The main problem is, it keeps going backward and forwards in time, until you reach the point when you have literally no idea when the particular scene is set. The only thing going for it is the giant dub step machine. Full Review »
  2. Dec 18, 2014
    3
    This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. I absolutely love the Need For Speed franchise. So I bought this film at CEX (Thank God I didn't pay the full price for a new copy), expecting a maybe slightly unrealistic, yet thoroughly entertaining film. What I didn't expect was the complete lack of a plot whatsoever. It is quite similar to the game, just a bunch of speed freaks driving around, with no organisation whatsoever. For no obvious reason, the bad guy decides to kill some young hotshot in a race, and then drives away. The main character is framed and imprisoned. The very day he comes out, several years later, he decides to do more street racing. The only thing that can be said for this excuse of a film, is that it has some very intense race scenes, so if that's all you want to watch it for, I recommend this. So, if a guy getting naked with literally no explanation, and a general lack of any reason whatsoever doesn't bother you, watch this. If you care about a film having a plot, stay well clear of it. Full Review »
  3. This is visually beautiful movie, with action coming out the ears. It's the complete opposite of the first hobbit movie with the first beingThis is visually beautiful movie, with action coming out the ears. It's the complete opposite of the first hobbit movie with the first being called "Slow" this one is anything but that. The story feels like it slightly takes a backseat in this film, with the huge amount of focus on action you feel the story progress but no where near as much as the others. But any fan of middle earth will love this movie, I feel it's a great conclusion to the series that leaves you excited to even go back and watch LOTR.
    And of course this is a movie you must see in the theaters Peter Jackson's use of 48FPS is visually amazing and changes the whole experience.
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  4. The senseless accumulation of wealth and the pursuit of "more" (AKA Dragon Fever) is the supposed theme to this final instalment of the HobbitThe senseless accumulation of wealth and the pursuit of "more" (AKA Dragon Fever) is the supposed theme to this final instalment of the Hobbit films. The irony of these films is that this movie itself is cursed with this sickness.

    Too many characters and a unending amount of needless scenes, plague this movie and causing it to drag on and on. Less is more Peter Jackson. The sophisticated special effects and concept art that went into this movie seems to be what He was really passionate about. Not story.
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  5. T3 no llega a ser una obra maestra como T1 y T2, sin embargo, yo no pienso que sea una perdida de tiempo o un fracaso. En T2 James CameronT3 no llega a ser una obra maestra como T1 y T2, sin embargo, yo no pienso que sea una perdida de tiempo o un fracaso. En T2 James Cameron acabo con la franquicia dándole un final, pues aquí vienen a continuar la historia al desirnos que el dia del juicio es inevitable por que algunas cosas simplemente no se pueden parar. Como la muerte, la creación de una I.A real, etc. Lo que molestara a los fans de las películas es que el inicio no esta bien enfocado. Iniciamos con John Connor, de hay pasamos con la T-X, de hay vamos con un personaje que no conocemos pero sera importante por que la muestran muy temprano, de hay vamos con el T-101 y volvemos con John Connor. La película debió iniciar como las anteriores: Salen los Terminator, se establece la amenaza, de hay vamos con los personajes y los desarrollan y seguimos con la trama junto a escenas de acción. Aquí no esta ese orden y esta algo fuera de lugar. Pero si hablamos de las escenas de acción son increíbles, el CGI se ve bien, un poco raro aveces pero es 2003, me sorprende lo bien que se ve para su época, los efectos prácticos/reales también abundan, eso siempre ayuda. Yo fui a esta película intentando disfrutarla, el inicio puede molestar por un par de tonterías como que John Connor toma pastillas que les dan a los animales sin saber que son. Aun con sus problemas creo que se pueden sacar buenas películas en el futuro ya que podemos ver mas de la resistencia o un reinicio por un viaje en el tiempo con la película "Terminator Genesis" que saldrá en 1 año. Le doy un 06/10, no es una abominación, solo no esperes una obra maestra como las anteriores. Al final la película no esta mal. Full Review »

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