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  5. Will Lawrence

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    Average review score: 67

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Dec 27, 2014
    6
    It was... an interesting movie. I'm not sure how close the movie stayed to the play, so perhaps the play is more to blame than anything, butIt was... an interesting movie. I'm not sure how close the movie stayed to the play, so perhaps the play is more to blame than anything, but overall the movie just felt jumpy and a bit bi-polar. The characters go through very wild and rapid mood swings, which might work better in a play where there are very obvious breaks, but in a movie it just felt weird.

    The Actors were great though. If it were not for them, this movie would have just been a disaster. Fortunately, they added life and color to characters that could otherwise come across as very dull, and their singing was exceptional, which is not something every musical movie can manage to accomplish.

    I'd recommend this to fans of Meryl Streep, because she carried the entire production by herself, but the rest can wait to see it on Netflix or catch it on TV sometime. It's too jumbled to feel like I could recommend it for the casual movie-goer.
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  2. Dec 27, 2014
    9
    Very good for adults and children as it will entertain both.. My 4 year old liked it as much as Frozen so that says it all when it comes toVery good for adults and children as it will entertain both.. My 4 year old liked it as much as Frozen so that says it all when it comes to the true test. Full Review »
  3. It wasn't horrible but very slow paced compared to previous ones. You'll walk away wondering when the next release will be offered. They couldIt wasn't horrible but very slow paced compared to previous ones. You'll walk away wondering when the next release will be offered. They could have made Mockingjay into one film instead of 2 and it would have been better. Can anyone say $$$ Full Review »
  4. Dec 27, 2014
    10
    " A definitely laugh-out movie" ok to be honest i did not see 1939 version of the women, but this one has funny laugh out moments that Diane" A definitely laugh-out movie" ok to be honest i did not see 1939 version of the women, but this one has funny laugh out moments that Diane English gives characters the best lines in this movie. 'The Women' has "women" jokes a-lot of them, but its ok this movie is mean't for women. i get it, Meg Ryan is in this movie along with Annette Bening, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith all of these women give good with great humor, also good performances. Grade B+ Full Review »
  5. Dec 27, 2014
    4
    Despite its visuals and strong performances, Noah has an uneven narrative and bad storytelling. Not to mention the underused Russel Crowe whoDespite its visuals and strong performances, Noah has an uneven narrative and bad storytelling. Not to mention the underused Russel Crowe who was one of the only highlights of this movie. 4/10 (Below Average) Full Review »

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