10 for effort -10 for knowledge our eyes still can not focus on a 3D version of film like I said 10 for effort but you can eat and milk the cow at the same time,you either go and watch a 2D version if you want to make a copy or you enjoy the 3D but don't record it,it is useless,an audio book version would give back more then this version,if you are a criminal at least be a smart one
I saw it at the cinema. I absolutely loved it. I thought it was a great story, i wasn't bored for a minute. Officialy I'm catholic but I don't really believe. I thought it was good that they didn't keep to the original story, otherwise it would have been less interesting. I would give it 8/10. Another great Russel Crowe movie!
thanks for the response.. i just learned something else.. i'll pass it all on when i'm an expert at it :| an expert is someone who knows more and more about less and less until they know everything about nothing :|
I watched it all the way through and to be honest it's not that great of a film.. I don't know if it even has a story or if there was a point to any of this, it's unfunny and stale. I enjoyed seeing Jon Lajoie in some very brief scenes and that's about it. There's not a lot of good things to say for this film and also the ending was disappointing. It does however, have it's own unique style, a style that would turn the majority of people off. I feel a bit stupider after watching this and would definitely not recommend to a friend. 4/10
@WVfem - I recently watched "The Orphanage," a Spanish film directed by the same man who directed Pan's Labyrinth. Although it was overall a little cheesy, there were some parts that creeped me out more than any horror movie I've watched in the past 5 years. And this is coming from someone whose favorite genre is horror.