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Movie comment on Once Upon a Time in America
OmgitsadieGreat film in many ways, but extremely misogynistic! It's disgusting how women are treated/portrayed in this movie. There may be many reasons behind this, but I found scenes with women in very hard to watch. It seems to be a pattern with Sergio Leone movies. However, it still remains a masterpiece. Robert De Niro is fabulous, of course.
Movie comment on The Godfather
OmgitsadieHow can someone not like the Godfather? Fantastic movie; a complete masterpiece. The book is brought the the screen perfectly; understandably since the screenplay was written by the author. You never lose interest, and by the end you want more (even though it's just under 3 hours in length). Dazzling performances from the entire cast; Al Pacino shows the slow development of Michael Corleone's personality amazingly and, of course, Marlon Brando created a characterisation which will never be forgotten. If you're yet to see this movie, do not wait any longer! You will be blown away.
Movie comment on Stan Helsing
OmgitsadieThe worst thing is, I got persuaded to watch this movie on the night of my birthday. Why did I do this to myself?
When will people like Bo Zenga realise that these cheap spoofs are never going to work? In the 20th century, the spoofs were pretty funny and acceptable. In the 21st, not so much; I think Scary Movie is the only one which I slightly liked. The jokes in this movie (if you can even call them that) are obvious and overused. I smiled once in the entire movie and that was due to the horrendous acting.
Movie comment on Halloween
OmgitsadieAs much as I attempted to respect the remake, I just couldn't. Fair enough, Rob Zombie took a classic and made it his own (with some nice touches) but I must admit it was nothing on the original. I want to be scared by a horror film, and this certainly did not do the trick. Eventhough it was an interesting idea to show his childhood, Michael Myers should never speak; it completely ruins the effect. Extremely bland; but I guess it's ok if you just wanna see gore. I'll stick with the 1978 one, thanks.