Average User Score: 7.8Oct 4, 2013Overrated. The effects of course are amazing and the cinematography, I will say, is phenomonal... everything from the pre-production to theOverrated. The effects of course are amazing and the cinematography, I will say, is phenomonal... everything from the pre-production to the filming to the post must have been mind numbing for the filmmakers, but to me, a movie has to have the following to be good;
1. characters you care about... not in this one.
Starting the film in space was not smart. I don't know if they were trying to set some sort of record of having the smallest cast, which it already doesn't, if you've seen 'Buried' you will know what I am talking about. Well maybe there were 2 people in that I'm not sure. Anyways, you never really felt for the main characters... you don't care if these people go off into space... I mean I guess unless you care about Sandra Bullock and George Clooney personally...
2. Morals. Yes, it did have a very obvious moral; never give up. But it didn't change my outlook on anything really... Just a simple pretty basic message.
3. a great story with a creative way of telling it, along with brilliant individual scenes. You should be able to leave the theater asking your fellow movie goers which part they liked best. In this you can say "when she's breathing a lot" or "when she almost dies by the inconvenient debris which never ever happens but for some reason has happened to 3 different shuttles in the past hour"
4. Music that connects you with the characters, and with the moment, and how you should be feeling... you need a GREAT composer if you want a great movie.
I'm tired of all these films coming out that are so critically acclaimed, but for what? Where are the films where you leave the theater just thinking about it over and over, where the film really sticks with you? Where are the films that you can leave thinking to yourself, "wow, that will be a classic?" I mean maybe in past generations, all the films they saw they just said "eh" and now we think they are classics... but if not then I'm just disappointed. Maybe I'm not as deep of a thinker as the critics, but all I can say about this film is it probably took a very very long time to get these special effects down... but honestly... I've seen more visually stunning things at OMSI, and Disneyland, and most rides at Universal Studios. I don't know why people are saying this is a once in a generation movie... It is certainly not one I will remember too well.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.2Jan 17, 2011This movie should not have been made. I can't even remember one part it was so forgettable. It was boring, unfunny, and very uncreative. TheThis movie should not have been made. I can't even remember one part it was so forgettable. It was boring, unfunny, and very uncreative. The story was obvious: Is she going to choose the nice guy or the jack ass? All of the scenes with Paul Rudd and Reece Whitherspoon were just awkward and you could not feel any chemistry throughout the movie. I did not even understand what was happening with Jack Nicholson. Owen Wilson looked like he didn't even want to be there making the movie. Bottom line: It should not have been made.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.8Dec 23, 2010It feels as though you don't have as much of a connection to the characters in the third film, and a few events that take place in it are justIt feels as though you don't have as much of a connection to the characters in the third film, and a few events that take place in it are just randomly forgotten after awhile and they move onto something else. The ending was not fantastic, Jack randomly forgives Greg after beating the crap out of him, and the Little Fockers have little role in the movie at all. They are just in the movie so that Jack and Gaylord can battle it out with awkward situations again. However, this film does have funny scenes, and now that I think about it, Jack doesn't even do any CIA things, such as the lie detector, or that cool under-the-bed mobile home. This is the worst film in the series, but it STILL deserves a positive review. And God bless Jessica Alba.… Expand