Several excellent actors but an incredibly dull and uninspired plot, even by the standards of the genre.
So predictable. So boringly over-dramatic.
I really enjoyed the first 40 minutes, sadly the movie falls apart afterwards. No finesse, too predictable.
Rose Leslie is a the one and only highlight.
One of the greater disappointments. Added this to my watchlist because of all the favorable ratings and after four episodes I just can't stand it anymore. I can accept that it is more fantasy than anything, yet this wouldn't require the plot to be so stupid and the characters so unlikable.
Yikes, are those dialogues dumb. Right now I'm surprised that the show didn't get canceled after S1. Hope it gets (a lot) better.
Geoffrey Rush is an outstanding actor and the movie begins quite interesting. But I have not the slightest idea why some are so excited about "the plot twist". Besides the surprise part being no surprise, the plots also isn't very well balanced. It wastes times with story parts that don't really contribute much, while it also ignores or minimizes elements which could enrich the experience. I expected a lot more, considering the high ratings.
I was pleasantly surprised. Very good cast and the plot balances well between drama and comedy, often showing the absurd sides of war.
The final minutes managed to appease me, for the most parts of the movie I'd have given a rating of 5 or even 4/10. It's just too often too absurd, wasting time without providing much or anything.
I recently began to watch this series, rather forced than interested. Then I enjoyed it more than expected and now this episode ... was just awesome. It isn't too simple minded, the humor isn't over the top. It's perfect feel good content.
I enjoyed the setup of the characters, though the rest of the plot wasn't that good. But the character "design" was really great, with many likable and yet so different characters and to each you can relate.
Oh, I discovered that I can produce manly tears too. And I did so for about an hour, during this movie. On a Father's Day. Very recommended.
Add Alicia Keys and you get the best performance on the show. <3
A movie with some touching moments, but not really "8/10 great".
What makes it special for me though, is that the role of Claire Colburn offers the exact mixture of charm and emotional ride between sadness to joy, that is perfect for Kirsten Dunst.
A very weird movie. It makes no sense that those "other humans" forced the family on a travel, that would risk the family's lives and result in the exposure of those other beings.And besides that making no sense, the movie offered quite a boring plot about this unnecessary travel.
I was looking for some Downton Abbey replacement and gave this show a chance. For 3 episodes. Too few likable characters, too generic plot. I was glad when I made the decision to quit.
I probably laughed twice and never got scared, quite some sad result for a comedy / horror flick. An absolute waste of time.
Nothing about Maeve and especially those two clowns makes any sense. If that would be the only plot of this show, I'd have quit by now.
This episode might have settled it, I enjoy Legion!
Not a brilliant or always entertaining movie, but an interesting one which even manages to switch genres.
It probably means more to Indians or if you are a fan of cricket, but for me this was by far the weakest movie I've seen with Aamir Khan. There is nothing special about it. Generic plot and characters.
I've only seen season 1 so far. If I should keep watching, then only because of Téa Leoni. The plot is far too simple if you are somewhat interested in rl diplomacy and politics in general.
I can't believe how bad everything about this episode was.First Carrie fails to connect the parts during her second phone call. Then she has the reassurance ... and doesn't call back, but instead travels all the way back.That "the bomb warning" is to lure them out - nope.Next: Only one bodyguard left and he pretty much decides to suicide without achieving anything. Only 2 "assassins" sent to check and finish them off. Carrie runs into another mess without an idea how to proceed, when she uses the elevator to return exactly there. Alternatives? Who'd waste any thoughts on alternatives?
I'll pass on all the remaining idiocy that follows, jump right to the aftermath: The right people are in jail with the exception of ... Brett O'Keefe. Nobody seems to mind at all. Despite all the evidence and witnesses they have against him. A fucking joke.
Great final: President Elizabeth Keane begins a witch hunt. Well, considering what she endured that would be somewhat believable.The support she gets, the reasons (metadata!) they give: More fucking jokes.
I'm done with this show.
At the beginning of this season I really enjoyed the scenario they established. Meanwhile though it's just getting too silly in many little details, just to deliver a great showdown (within their 12 episodes). All those unrealistic flaws ruined one of the best scenarios for me.
I was aware of the real Eddie the Eagle and I had a lot more respect for him before I had seen this film. A complete snore fest, with too many purely fictional story elements, replacing real circumstances, which actually might have been interesting. What remains is nothing individual or creative, just the usual generic Hollywood product.
I somehow managed to never hear about that movie, which resulted in a very pleasant experience. The ending was a little let down, still enjoyed it a lot.
So let me sum up Sansa's decisions:
She met Littlefinger in secret, he offered her whatever she would require from him. And he had the troops of the Vale with him. She denies him.She keeps pestering Jon for more troops. He confirms that they'd need more but that they tried all options.Sansa obviously changed her mind and sent for Littlefinger, she doesn't tell Jon a single word about that option though, resulting in him trying a battle that almost gets them all killed. She acts like she did great.
The first half is a challenge, with all the details necessary to retell the story. The second half is much better (and more relevant), with a brilliant Cate Blanchett representing the struggles of journalism in our era.
A good movie with a once again exceptional Lupita Nyong'o. I can't remember any performance or role where she wouldn't have managed to shine. Considering her overwhelming talent, I probably never will see her disappoint.
The movie gets a 7/10. And one point extra for Lupita.
Some on point humor and a very interesting plot idea. But ultimately the "horror" part bored me, like it pretty much always does.