Friday, May 17, 2013 12:47:49 AM | (age group: 50 or over.) | F
Went to the Imax movie tonite with friends...the movie was excellent and loved the special effects. Also was lucky and won a hoodie of Star
Trek into the Darknessfor answering a question correctly.. We like the young man Damien who was the host. It's a great theatre and so roomy and spacious. Very friendly staff as well.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 2:39:38 PM | (age group: 50 or over.) | F
I was sorry when this movie ended. It was very entertaining and I enjoyed seeing so many talented British actors, including Trevor Peacock (from Vicar of Dibley), and Andrew Sachs (from Fawlty Towers). Also loved the music, and seeing the names and histories of all the musicians at the end.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 9:22:24 AM | (Age Not Specified)
2 1/2 stars for me and that was due to the violence, although that is my hang-up. Generally enjoyable and interesting yarn but I am tired of the film industry making heroes of out of these horendous criminals...police included. By the way; is Jessica Chastain in every movie lately??
Monday, May 13, 2013 11:41:22 PM | (Age Not Specified)
As far as Matthew McConaughey goes, if you ever just had to have done one movie in your life, this would have been the one you would want to immortalize you. Everyone knows a guy like this. Glad I went to see this movie. And I just wanted to go somewhere air conditioned.
Monday, May 13, 2013 11:16:12 PM | (Age Not Specified)
Oh my.... The most incredible movie I have seen to date... The book was a great piece, but this movie was remarkably beautiful. The two and a half hours were the most surprising, entertaining, fun, and illusional hours of my life. AMAZING JOB! I recommend this movie to every single one of you.
Monday, May 13, 2013 7:06:56 PM | (age group: 25-34) | F
I rolled my eyes at the peolpe who protested an Englishman being cast at Superman. However, for The Great Gatsby to be shot in Australia in 3D, Carey Mulligan as Daisy, and Baz! Especially, as the above poster noted, it is considered to be one of the great American novels Ugh. 3D for a film about a classic. I just remain puzzled as to how the process turned out this way.