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The Punisher (2004)
Great revenge movie
Thomas Jane, John Travolta, James Carpinello, Rebecca Romaijn-Stamos, Laura Harring, Will Patton, Ben Foster. Directed & Written by Jonathan Hensleigh.
The Punisher is one of many revenge movies to come out in recent weeks. I can say without a doubt, it was everything I expected. Frank Castle (Thomas Jane) is an FBI Agent who just goes into retirement after an arms bust, in which a young man is killed. This young man's father, Howard Saint (John Travolta), goes out to get the man who did this to him, Frank Castle.
Castle's entire family is murdered, including his wife and child. He himself is shot several times and set on a dock and lit on fire. He somehow survives, and goes after everyone who did this to him.
The Punisher is a non-stop thrill ride of violence. There are new and spectacular ways of killing people. The action was very intense and well done. The acting was better than I expected, especially from John Travolta. Besides the action, there was also good plot development. Castle making friends with the people who live in the apartment is also good.
Some of the action was unrealistic, which is expected. This is Hollywood; what can you expect? All in all, this is definitely the best revenge movie I have seen in a long time. 8 out of 10.
good old fashion ass kicking fun
hellboy was fantastic.
the acting was great by all parties
special effects were a little heavily used, but they were very good.
storyline was good, although weak at times.
makeup and costumes were amazing. especially abe sapien.
the humor was also a nice touch. i thought it was funny how hellboy had a thing for kittens.
i also found it funny how he would curse and yell at the person he was fighting.
8 out of 10.
Starsky & Hutch (2004)
Could've been a lot funnier. Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson make a good team, although my expectations were a little high for the movie when I walked in.
In my opinion, there wasn't enough funny. There was really nothing to the movie. While the funny parts were very funny, there wasn't enough to them. It was almost like watching the TV show itself.
I did enjoy the movie, as Snoop Dogg always makes me laugh. And their car is so amazing, it made me want to go out and buy a Grand Turino.
I hope Todd Phillips keeps making good movies.
7 out of 10.
Club Dread (2004)
What a great movie. All the things that pop out at you that make you jump out of your seat are just great.
All the guys from Super Troopers are in different roles from the previous movie.
The guy who played Farve is hilarious in this movie, but he isn't anything like Farve. He is cool, suave, and smart.
Brittney Daniel is a great addition to the cast, as is Bill Paxton. Bill Paxton makes this movie.
Also, Bill Paxton's bodyguard is hilarious. The way he talks is priceless.
Gory, humor, and nudity. Broken Lizard does it again.
50 First Dates (2004)
Great Sandler movie, but there's something different
Adam Sandler is back in full form with 50 First Dates. The slapstick humor, the gross-out laughs of Ula, it's all great.
There are some parts where you feel Lucy's pain and Sandler's angst towards getting her to like him every day. It's different from his other movies like "Anger Management".
A really funny movie. I'd definitely recommend it.
Another good time movie that leaves you feeling better than when you came in.
Ice Cube's cousin was definitely the funniest part of the movie.
Funny and good for a laugh.
Billy Zane is the only thing that makes this movie worth watching. Everything else is just really bad.
They are going for pure gore in this movie, and it doesn't exactly work out.
Terrible movie from the usually cool "Tales From The Crypt".
Big Fish (2003)
An emotional masterpiece
This was a great show. Solid storyline and great acting from the whole cast.
Tim Burton scores again with a story that is a wonderful blend of both comedy and drama.
One of the best dramatic movies I have seen in a long time. 10 out of 10.
My Baby's Daddy (2004)
This movie was pretty funny. It was good for a cheap laugh. Anthony Anderson was definitely the funniest part of this movie.
There was a good blend of family values and comedic fart jokes.
Overall, this was a pretty good movie.
*** out of *****
The Recruit (2003)
Mildly thrilling thriller
This movie was a bit of a let-down, mainly because of the slow moving plot.
Al Pacino was very good. The twists in the plot were well played out, but, sadly, it didn't move fast enough.
Needed more action, and less development on the romance between James and Leyla.
** out of *****