Shows in a small town there are no secrets as you will find out.
Also you don't cheat on your wife in a restraunt where you can be seen in the front window from the street.
Don't make your wife mad and then let her cook for you..
Everything in this movie is just wrong. Why did they change everything, why was it so stupid, why so much bad acting? I guess I was hoping for too much being a fan of the cartoon. Hopefully it can be fixed in the sequel, oh and the Baroness being Dukes fiance and from the States and no accent STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID!!!!!!!!!!! Ok I'm fine now just need to relax and let it go.
Rex will live on as the infamous Cobra in G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra. Michael B. Gordon did it again as a movie writer. When will we see more of his work? I rate this movie as a five star piece of entertainment. It has all of the plot twists, love triangles, and drama that you would expect in Gone with the Wind, yet rolled into a modern scifi adventure. I'll be waiting for the obvious sequel, for this movie took great pains to set up the whole past, present, and future of Team GiJoe while delivering a stand up plot of its own. See it soon.
THIS MOVIE IS A PERFECT COMBINATION OF WAR, ADVENTURE & SCI-FI, MICHAEL IS ONE OF THE BEST WRITERS IN HOLLYWOOD!!!
THANK YOU MICHAEL FOR ANOTHER EXCELLENT PIECE OF CREATIVE WRITING. 300 WAS A MASTERPIECE & G.I. JOE IS RIGHT BEHIND IT. LOOKING FORWARD TO (G.I.JOE >2< RETURN OF THE COBRA) WITH REX, ANA AND DUKE.....FROM YOUR BIGGEST FAN MARTHA firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hound has no soul. This is perhaps Martin Short's best cinema outing. He takes script co-writer Jeffrey Boam's humor and plays it for everything it's worth. (Actually, while Chip Prosser is credited as co-writer, his contributions were early and minimal.) The pacing is fabulous, the special effects spectacular, and even the Meg Ryan-Randy Quaid chemistry is spot on. this is humor - verbal, visual and otherwise - at its wittiest. (Watch for the nuns passing behind the giant penguin giving out balloons at the shopping mall. You can watch it again and again. Three and a half bones minimum.
I liked this movie. It moved my emotions all over the map, and I am not worse off for it. It built itself on elements rooted in reality, and only occasionally became unrealistically heroic. I liked the pre-ending more than I liked the ending, where the main character gets what he wants but then realizes it isn't the only thing he wants. But this is a Disney film, so it ends up that he gets what the average viewer wants him to too.
Vantage Point is chock full of totally implausible character connections and plot points, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. It is tightly edited. It never really slows down. It is like a 2-hour long-distance sprint. A plot to kill the president of the United States is split into half a dozen perspectives, and the film explores one perspective at a time, rolling back the clock for each new section in order to revisit the same events from different angles. At least, that was the idea. As the film moves on, it looses its grip on the ability to stick with any one Vantage Point. This is no Rashomon or Courage Under Fire (both of which examined wildly varying perspectives and individualized memories of shared events). The psychological landscapes of the characters in this film are pretty barren. Capital-T Truth is not a relative phenomena in Vantage Point. There are no question marks left by the time the credits roll, which is satisfying, in its own way. The film baits you with some half-revealed information at the end of each section, and makes you wait for future sections to find out a little bit more. In fact, several of these sections cut away at ridiculous moments, like commercial breaks, that recall cheap television cliffhanging strategies, as if to make sure you don't click over to some other station. This is a thriller that uses different perspectives merely as a device to withhold and then reveal information. Eventually, the movie becomes a familiar thriller/action movie with all vantage points given at once. And I have to say, it does an excellent job at that level. In fact, for what it was, it was a hoot: high energy, intense acting, the promise revelation, and the unveiling of an impressively devised plot to assassinate the president.