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West of Brooklyn (2008)
Why have all the users who have rated this, only rated one movie.. THIS ONE?
Irrespective of how the movie is, I am amazed that all the comments given to this movie up to now are by users who seem to have rated only this movie?
I ran across all of their profiles, and all of them seem to like this movie so much that they got up and registered on IMDb and gave this movie a good rating!
If the movie crew itself gets up to rate itself with high numbers, they should make themselves credible first. Watch other movies and rate at least a few of them on IMDb before rushing in creating new accounts for rating your own movie. N00bs!
Superbly thought of and well executed
This is a slapstick comedy with very little of oral communication. Although actors being mute all the time, they deliver a top-notch performance to a equally top-notch thought of scenes. The story is a predictable one, but the film is like a well-laid plan which is executed to an almost perfection level of slapstick.
There is very little of "hitting" part which I have usually seen in slapsticks. The film relies more heavily on small plots that run amok in the Hotel and are very well kept connected through use of good timings and of course gem of an actors. The entire movie is well-paced and does not bore even at a single point of time. Times when we presume that things would happen predictably, it marvelously maneuvers things around and end up being more comical and innovative.
I would recommend this movie to everyone, although it would require parental guidance as the second part of the movie contains some scenes that are sexual gags, but without nudity.
Open Season 2 (2008)
Normal story, but excellently made funny dialogs
Firstly, I haven't seen Open Season. So when sitting down for the second part, it was a fresh animated movie I was venturing into. The movie started off O.K. and the initial jokes would maybe bring a smile or two. But as the story moved forward, the dialogs got wittier and wittier. So much, that I actually paused the movie in between 2-3 times and had to take a minute to end my laughter. The Owl-like character, whose name evade my memory now, had the best lines put out for him.
The art direction is of a medium quality- not very good and not very bad. Also missing at times, were the facial expressions, which could very well be seen in Disney movies. Although Disney movies go over the top with the sense of caring and motions in between characters, which sometimes makes me puke, Open Season 2 keeps it at a proper place by not going overboard with it. It has a good pace, but too much for little kids to keep up at times. So maybe, I guess the movie makers missed the point in between as to which age group are they actually targeting.
To summarize it all, the movie is good and very much watchable if u keep patience for the initial few minutes and let the movie lead you to better moments ahead.
Recommended! Especially, for all those who like to listen to each and every dialogs. My personal favorite was the one where the conversation is about women grabbing Mr. Weenie and the dogs reacting with enthusiasm in listening to it. hahaha