Thank heavens — or at least the “Department of Eternal Affairs” — for Jeff Bridges, whose hilariously free-associative performance as a 19th-century frontier marshal-turned-21st-century undead lawman is like an adrenaline shot to the heart of R.I.P.D.
The movie was fire. I don't know why all the hate is coming down on this one movie. People who talk bad about this movie are wrong and probably don't have a imagination or a funny bone in there body. Anyone any age can be a dusty hating mad at the world and everything hater.
Unfortunately, the interesting drabness of the afterlife’s police department is paired with the colorless paucity of the film’s heavies...The deados, unmemorable CG brutes, spout generic bad-guy dialogue undistinguished by humor or characterization.
It so shamelessly borrows from so many other movies, and then does absolutely nothing to add to them -- nothing to raise the bar, nothing to make it more interesting, and really nothing to make it the least bit appealing.
This expensive misfire runs a little less than ninety minutes, which means that there’s likely a 105-110 minute long version that the producers hacked up in order to get the maximum amount of 3D showtimes to not embarrass the studio on opening weekend. Judging by the released product, that version is likely even worse, if such a thing were possible.
Don't listen to all this hate. This movie was action packed and a good, imaginative story made this movie great. I can't believe all this hate for such a great movie. OK, maybe it was a bit like Men in Black but the story was completely original. Ryan Reynold and Jeff Bridges performance was great. definitely recommend this for people who want an original, funny, and well made sci-fi movie.
RIPD is not that good at creating monsters and writing the script . but i love the fact Ryan Ryenolds's avatar is a Asian that **** is hilarous . i also love the stunts but still the cast is okay but not kevin bacon i do not know why kevin bacon is in this ?
Has a couple scenes but ultimately falls flat, it clearly takes several things from the Men in Black franchise but lacks the originality (Ghostbusters already did this) and not to mention that CGI was atrocious.
"R.I.P.D." It was a very disengaged movie, not very serious, and very predictable, the story was absurd, the filmmaking was poor, and the effects were almost badly handled, I do not understand why they invited Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges to this crap? They did not even act well, like the whole cast.