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  9. Helen O'Hara

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Oct 21, 2014
    7
    I finally decided to watch "The Shining" after being convinced it was the scariest movie of all time. First things first, it wasn't. And that's coming from someone who scares very easily. I do, however, appreciate that films that were once very frightening become less so over time (cough, cough, "Alien"!).
    Jack Nicholson's portrayal of a man's slow descent into 'cabin fever'-induced madness was amazing. Having said this, however, there just wasn't enough normality in his character to begin with. He already seemed a rather grumpy, impatient man.
    Shirley Duvall was awful at playing Wendy. She was too flouncy and pathetic - if your child was being chased round a maze by a man with an axe, you'd be a little more ... 'badass', surely - if you pardon the pun ;-)
    The film wasn't NOT scary. I was on edge a few times, and freaked out utterly at one scene in particular. The acting in this film was very well done - mostly on Nicholson's part, and Danny Lloyd's. It's not that Shirley Duvall did a bad job. Her character just didn't do justice who I had in my head.
    But in spite of my highly critical review of this film, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was left wondering what the last scene really meant - no spoilers, sorry! - and thinking about the story for hours after it'd finished.
    Well done, Kubrick, a wonderful adaptation.
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  2. I'm not one to hang out 10's or perfect scores to any movie I like. In fact, I can't think of more than two or three movies that deserve a perfect score. Out of those three none is as deserving as Empire Strikes Back.

    The movie is perfection, there's nothing else to say about it.
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  3. Oct 21, 2014
    10
    My job drop when I first saw this movie in 1993, at the tender age of 4. In 2014, at the edge of 25 my jaw continues to drop every time I pop this masterpiece into my blu ray player. If anything, the years have helped this masterpiece remind us what a truly excellent blockbuster movie is about! Full Review »
  4. Not the cinematic masterpiece that the original was, The Lost World is still a highly entertaining sequel that is pushed forward by a great cast, some great dialogue, impressive action sequences, and only the occasional hip cups. Full Review »
  5. Oct 21, 2014
    10
    Read the book years ago. Loved the performances in this movie. Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall play the parts to a T. Billy Bob Thornton didn't do a bad job - better than I would expect for the role he was playing. Highly recommend it! Full Review »

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