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"Shooter" may be as predictable as gravity, but in the company of some truly fascinating realism, some brilliant effects work, and an magnetically bleak political philosophy, the film ultimately endures as yet another solid piece of action-thriller work from Antoine Fuqua.… Full Review »
This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. Not bad, but if you are older and know a lot of movies, you notice when they steal scenes from other, previous movies that nobody seems to remember. The ending, well, didn't Rose do the same thing in Titanic The stuff he had to drink to drug himself, only to be buried then The Vanishing...
Anyway, good entertainment, a bit too long maybe...… Full Review »
This movie is different from the book. Therefore a ZERO is obligatory. The quality and beauty of the movie doesn't matter. Being entertained for over 2 hrs with an incredible spectacle doesn't matter. Having the desire to see it again doesn't matter. It is different than the book and deserves a ZERO. My opinion. My rules. ZERO.… Full Review »
They ruined it. I've enjoyed every one of these films to date the lord of the rings trilogy, even the first half of the hobbit. However, what they've done here is a travesty. First of all, the film ends right at the climax. That made me angry. As result the film doesn't stand on it's own. If one was to divide up the Hobbit into three books, book 2 would be a gigantic question mark. In addition, I've read the book a couple of times, and found the film's version of the story nearly impossible to follow. The film is filled with so much "filler" (stuff that's not in the book, but in no way enhances the story), that it gets downright boring. The challenge with the Lord of the Rings was keeping all the nuggets of the story in. In this one, they filled it with garbage. I couldn't be more disappointed.… Full Review »
Hello from Germany.
This film is shot class, matching the original materials are very well done.
On the whole, the film is well done and prompts the viewer to think.
My theory is roughly the same, and I rejoice to such information.
Dear greetings from Germany… Full Review »