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Average User Score: 5.1Sep 11, 2010I don't know what was Happy Madison thinking, this movie sucks, but still hilarious. It's like the typical crap like Scary Movie, Epic Movie,I don't know what was Happy Madison thinking, this movie sucks, but still hilarious. It's like the typical crap like Scary Movie, Epic Movie, Vampires Suck, etc. You may hate it but you will laugh of some old jokes and stupid situations. I can recommend it but don't watch it in the theaters. By the way, Justin Long did a great performance as always. Thanks, Adam Sandler. 4.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.9Sep 7, 2010I'm a big fan since the first success, when Woody must regain the trust of his friends and save Buzz Light year of the "evil child" Sid. TheI'm a big fan since the first success, when Woody must regain the trust of his friends and save Buzz Light year of the "evil child" Sid. The second movie reminded me great moments of the first one and I enjoyed their new adventures they had, now in the streets and how important it is to work as a team.
I must say that the third part was a great job and a definitive victory to Pixar, the graphics and the script were very interesting, and they showed us why is Woody the leader of the other toys.
But no film can have a full 10 (I'd love to, but I must be honest), this time we were introduced to an uncommon villain, unlike the 2nd part, this pink Bear was the classic foe wrapped with other movies cliche, where the protagonists must engage in a new "world" and defeat the bad toys. Could have been better.
Overall, they rescued the good humor, nostalgia and virtues on each character. This time, Woody was the action toy, unlike the first two movies in that Buzz Light Yogurt takes all.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.7Sep 6, 2010This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Again, the casting is the ace in the hole for every movie, Robert Pattinson did a great performance as a rebel young guy. I should say I felt identified with "Tyler" because the bad relation with his father and the anger against every situation that warrants. At this part, the script is real but I comes predictable when everything goes well. Sad and dramatic ending. But still poor.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.8Aug 31, 2010I can tell that I was sceptically with the synopsis and direction, but the cast was very interesting and their performance, stunts and scriptI can tell that I was sceptically with the synopsis and direction, but the cast was very interesting and their performance, stunts and script didn't disappointed me. I caught this from the movie: In a dream, you can be the center of your own universe but there are many black holes that can trap you and keep you away from the "reality" to stay and live in your own world without noticing the irreality. People who was in comma can support the notion.
The simple idea of traveling from dream to a deeper dream can be absurd, but many people has "dreamed" themselves "dreaming", which Nolan used to makes us think about the life and the next step after death. I can recommend it.
Average User Score: 6.4Aug 31, 2010This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The bad things in this movie were Mrs. Angelina Jolie performance. I'm a fan since Mr. & Mrs. Smith and Changeling, but I felt like I was watching Lara Croft and Fox ("Wanted" movie) expressions. In example: She can't avoid the same smiles, neither reactions like leaning her head on the wall when things are getting worse. And the script.
Anyway, the good thing in this action movie is the story itself, is some kind of predictable at the beginning but you can't catch the double-double agent. I can't recommend it at all, unless you watch it on a weekend in your DVD/Blue-Ray with your friends.
Average User Score: 2.5Aug 31, 2010Good intentions, BAD results. As everybody knows, every movie based on a video-game (Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, KOF, etc) or animatedGood intentions, BAD results. As everybody knows, every movie based on a video-game (Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, KOF, etc) or animated series (Dragon Ball: Evolution, The Last Airbender, etc) is a total waste of money. Personally, I'd prefer the crappy animated 3D versions than the Live-action movies.
The collapse of the M. Night Shyamalan project called "The Last Airbender" was previewed since the movie trailers. And be honest, if you'll make a movie based in an awarded cartoon like Avatar: The Legend of Aang, the very first thing to do (as an advice) is to respect the originality of the series, books or video games that you're planning to make. Mr. Shyamalan is a good director but he needs co-work with the nickelodeon producers or a bunch of fans of this animated series.