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  4. Mary Corliss

    3 Movies
    Average review score: 86

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

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    On average, this critic grades
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  15. Average review score: 77

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

  16. Eric Kohn

    606 Movies
    Average review score: 77

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    17 points higher than other critics.

  17. Average review score: 76

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

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    On average, this critic grades
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Mar 2, 2015
    10
    I've had this on DVD for a week now and the kids have watched it on repeat every day. By rights I should have pulled my eyes out of my headI've had this on DVD for a week now and the kids have watched it on repeat every day. By rights I should have pulled my eyes out of my head with insanity. But I haven't and here's why. This film is great. I didn't think I would like it. I didn't rush to the cinema to see it. But having had it play in the background constantly I have found myself getting drawn in. It is beautiful, enchanting, funny and scary (for the little ones at least). Each time I've watched it I have seen something new.

    I've also been subjected to the animated Sleeping Beauty, which is a favourite in our household. I always loved the part where Maleficent appeared at the christening to curse the baby and thought it was pretty scary. I watched the same scene from each movie in succession and quite frankly Angelina Jolie nails it. The scene in the new film is terrifying compared with the original animated version.

    All of the acting was good. Even the dodgy Scottish accents weren't too bad. I don't know where Hollywood get their vocal coaches from, but they are getting it right. Ellie Fanning and Angelina Jolie have perfect English received pronunciation.

    I'd like to see more of Isobelle Molley too, who played the young Maleficent. She was wonderful.

    I really don't get the negative reviews. I think people have vested interests or are over thinking things.
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  2. Boring, boring, Slow and uncomfortable. There's nothing interesting except for a lot of great actors wasting their time making you waste yoursBoring, boring, Slow and uncomfortable. There's nothing interesting except for a lot of great actors wasting their time making you waste yours , do not Recomendate, Dont waste your time Full Review »
  3. Mar 2, 2015
    10
    Literally, mind blowing masterpiece! Everybody who gave this movie a bad score, should watch it again, because i bet they didn't get it.Literally, mind blowing masterpiece! Everybody who gave this movie a bad score, should watch it again, because i bet they didn't get it. Incredible story, superb acting and unpredictable ending leads me to the final 10/10 score! Full Review »
  4. Mar 2, 2015
    6
    If 2014’s Godzilla—simultaneously being Hollywood’s second attempt at Westernizing the Japanese monster for a contemporary audience and firstIf 2014’s Godzilla—simultaneously being Hollywood’s second attempt at Westernizing the Japanese monster for a contemporary audience and first attempt at making contemporary audiences forget about 1998’s first attempt, which is a monstrosity in its own right—has any major qualms with me as a longtime follower of the franchise, it surprisingly isn’t the lack of emphasis on Godzilla’s screentime—because, albeit brief, his appearance and iconic roar slightly sequenced to sound much, much more modern is both visually and aurally exciting—more than it is the director Gareth Edwards’s overemphasis on the story’s human characters, played by overall well-respected young actors (Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen). Unenthusiastically voluntary to the story’s development and cardboard at their worst, it makes the overacted presence of the original films’ characters feel like Academy Award-worthy performances compared to these “characters”, who tend to take a lot from the film it really, really could’ve used. It’s not a bad film by any means and the breathtaking visual effects and setting still makes me excited for upcoming entries. But I wouldn’t nearly award the film as many re-views as I’ve given to even some of the least likable Gojira films that make up a lot of my childhood. Full Review »
  5. okay i freaking loved this movie so much, i don't know why theres as much bad reviews as there is because it was so awesome okay. likeokay i freaking loved this movie so much, i don't know why theres as much bad reviews as there is because it was so awesome okay. like literally, the action sequences were so well executed without shaky-cam, and for Taron and Sophie being an actors that are just starting out, I think they did amazing. OKAY IT WAS AN AMAZING FREAKING MOVIE 10/10, WOULD RECOMMEND. Full Review »

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