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Alright movie that is made that much better by Al Pacino's fantastic performance. As it set up the story, it was a little tough to get into, but ultimately turned into a pretty entertaining 2 hours. Not the classic it was billed to be, but still a quality movie.… Full Review »
I never heard of it before watching, but I liked it. I liked allot of the characters, and the actors did a good job.I thought the music made it shine. It`s better than that Twilight stuff. I have to admit though one of the reasons I like it is cause one of the Main characters wants to leave his town like me.… Full Review »
While other reviews would suggest that the film's story is quite generic it manages to put a 3rd act twist in the makes you re evaluate the film taking it in a different and more personal direction to similar martial arts tournament films.
The fighting is very high calibur and fans of the matrix will be most at home here with reeve's directing and Tiger Chen's choreography eliciting that same feel. Man of Tai Chi does for tai chi what Only the Strong did for Kopiera but is also very engaging.… Full Review »
Like its predecessor, Catching Fire is a refreshingly original and thought provoking blockbuster (a welcome break from those endless superhero movies we just can't seem to be getting enough of). Jennifer Lawrence dazzles once again as Katniss. The handheld camera effect is thankfully restrained this time, but the usually excellent Hoffman delivers a surprisingly underwhelming performance and the script while mostly air tight does succumb to the occasional loophole.… Full Review »