Depending on how you feel about the issue its fairly easy to find online.
Why is there a quote not from his mouth up there?
Wait, Paul Thomas Anderson acted in this? Wahh?
That was rad...
Not as good as "2 Days in Paris".
I enjoyed it. Likeable leads, good steam-punk outfits and weapons, and hardcore action.
One of those films where you just can't relax while watching it. Tilda is great (as is Ezra and John C. Reilly), the editing and use of sound were very affective aswell.
Wasn't expecting such a strong vision for the film. Johnson's a fully-fledged filmmaker now, and he's kept his eye for nice shot composition. The performances are nice too (especially that kid). Although the whole time I NEVER got used to seeing a modified Joseph Gordon-Levitt. That messed with me.
A classic setting with a contemporary score and contemporary cinematography. Strange, but it's entertaining and filled with likeable actors.
I had myself a great time watching this. It's hard to think a film achieves a lot when it's essentially cashing in on another filmmakers masterpiece, but regardless of that, it's huge fun with some actors I really enjoy watching. WIN!
It's good, but not great. Not up to Tarantino standard. Some of the music scenes seemed out of place... simply put there for the sake of having a music scene. And I think it was too long also. Still some nice stuff in there though. And Waltz really is good (as is the under-appreciated Jamie Foxx).
I liked it. *pokes tongue*
WHERE CAN I SEE THIS! UGH! I JUST WANT TO WATCH IT SO MUCH!
He only has 80 fans?
Rewatched it and loved it even more I think. Cried many many times and nearly started sobbing at the end scene, but held back as my Mother was watching it with me. Beautiful beautiful film in every way.
Beautiful production. The cinematography was top notch, nice performances, gripping story, and nice direction. Loved it.
No love for this? Sure it's not great, but it's solid. Jake and Anne are two very likeable actors, and heck... you get to see them mostly nude. So there's that too.
Zac Efron's character is pretty much the perfect man.
Cigars, Moonshine, Titties, Guns, and someone's testicles in a jar. It doesn't hold its punches. It's good, but perhaps a bit forgettable. Guy Pearce's performance is great though.
Thrilling! It's GO GO GO for so long. A well directed action flick with a very likeable cast.
It's on TV at the moment. It's actually such a great action film. Very entertaining, and I didn't realize how much Cameron used Steadicam.
I don't understand the ending. Help?
I wasn't excited after reading the plot, but after seeing the trailer, well, it looks really good.
It's too long, but visually creative, and Henry Cavill is shirtless a lot, so there's that.
That ending is lovely. "You look beautiful. Every husband should go blind for a little while".
What a lovely still!
"Peter Andrews" cinematography was nice, and in general it's an entertaining film. I dig the ending also.
Bare-bones plot (yet somehow I still didn't know what was going on most of the time), unique and enjoyable scoreless fight scenes, the performances are fine (although the lead isn't up to the standard of the professionals around her), and I like that there's some unusual choices made here, even when they don't work (like the drawn-out scene of Carano walking down the street while followed).
What's with him and yellow?
I'm glad she's making movies.