Samuel L. Jackson should have been in this.
That was one pissed off Hooters girl.
Saw in 3D today. Just seeing on a big screen was worth the price of admission.
It isn't nice to hate!
I wake up every morning and I piss excellence.
I love lamp.
Saw this for the 1st time last night,Loved it.
Not too bad not too good either. I loved the opening tribute to both Hitchcock & Carpenter. I can see that House Of 1000 Corpses was inspired by this & The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
It's beyond me as to why so many people loved this. His movies are just hype, visuals aside they have nothing going for them. He must dream of dollar signs, because his movies lack passion.
Beyond overrated. He shouldn't be allowed near a film set.
Cray shit! I loved it.
The word "like" is said 52 times in this movie. 52 weeks are in a year, one week is 7 days. Also, The novel The Shinning is 447 pages long. 7 appears again. The novel was published in 1977. Kubrick's favortie movie Eraserhead was released in 1977. This is the kind of shit that people talk about in this film. I had a good laugh though.
At first I though "oh no, not another remake" then the great reviews came in & I saw it. Jane Levy was nice to look at but that's about it. Pointless movie, except for feeding the studio's cash cow.
Mediocre, but better than I thought it would be. Of corse, I could watch Michelle Williams in anything. Yeah, I have a fan crush.
Putting Tom Cruise in a film doesn't make me want to see the film it makes me want to beat up short scientologists.
I just got back from seeing it. I don't understand why many people are unhappy with it. If you've read both The Hobbit & The Lord of The Rings then you should expect The Hobbit to have a different kind of feel to it than TLOTR. Tolkien wrote the Lord of The Rings for people of all ages while the Hobbit was written mainly as a children's book. So, yeah It isn't The LOTR but it isn't supposed to be.
It's just an overly long episode of Dallas. Fuckin' boring over rated pile of shit.
I hope he plays Bond for many years to come. My favorite since Connery.