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This 5th BEN HUR movie is good but not a masterpiece as the 1959 one that starred Charlton Heston, and that won a record of 11 Oscars... It's quite different from the 1959 film and, despite the new technology, the filming with "moving camera" (quick shots) is quite annoying. The chariot race was the best part despite the '2-second- camera shooting'... In other words, BEN HUR 2016 is worth seeing especially by those who haven't seen the 1959 movie...
|7/10||sergina@ - 282 reviews|
19.8.2016 - age: 50+
A decent, probably true plot line with Miles Teller and Jonah Hill who has got to be the luckiest actor in the world to get to where he is as a character actor. Too much hype on this film which proved to be just a fair film. It's not particularly well written and truly lacks proper character development. I don't think an actor like Jonah Hill, as talented as he may be, can ever carry a movie completely on his own. He'll always need a side buddy or do good work in a supporting role.
|5/10||pad.opera@ - 4167 reviews|
20.8.2016 - age: 36-49
Not as good as the previous reboot movies. It showed that it was directed by the fast and furious director. It had more action scenes but less banter in the dialogue that I enjoyed in the other movies.
|6/10||elecktrah@ - 13 reviews|
18.8.2016 - age: 36-49
This is a modern version of the old fashioned screwball comedies of the 50' and 60's. (Think Hope and Crosby the Road movies.) The writing is witty with lots of throw away lines and some scenes that are tangential to the story but still funny. I and my wife laughed a lot.
|9/10||concors@ - first review|
13.8.2016 - age: 50+
This is a warm humorous thoughtful film about a family who retreat's from the everyday conventional world... to live in the wilderness."Totally self reliant". Intellectually & physically above average.".. The 6 children who range in different ages obey their dad without ever questioning his actions." So their unit is almost Cult like. The dad is idealistic to a fault at times.."It is when a family tragedy occurs & they are forced to leave this existence & re-enter back into the mainstream of society that you start seeing their dysfunctions. This is played out in a very interesting way."As a viewer you begin to compare their behavior & lack of social skills to the mundane actions of the people they are now surrounded by"& ask what's the trade off in all of this? Vitto Mortensen as the father give's a great performance.".. As do all the young actors who play the siblings."The movie has a genuine feel to it. & at the end it has you asking "What is an authentic life. ? "
|8/10||arlynamelia@ - 66 reviews|
10.8.2016 - age: 50+
Going to this movie reminded me of those people that drop to the floor laughing hysterically when someone farts. You know, you can say or do anything that's gross or sexual and they absolutely lose their marbles? I'm rather shocked at the ratings so far. I guess "that" crowd flocked to this one. Don't get me wrong I love a dirty joke and some down off kilter humor. But c'mon, I sat through this one and chuckled maybe 3 times. Half the theater were bursting out like they'd seen the 2nd coming of Eddie Murphy. I knew it was a 50/50 chance this one would stick. I flipped and lost.
|5/10||drs@ - 335 reviews|
14.8.2016 - age: 50+
I thought the movie was great! But Harley Quinn gets all the good lines. And Margot Robbie did great at nailing that role. So take her out, and the movie would have flopped. I would have loved to see more of Adam Beach too.
|8/10||clifforda@ - 170 reviews|
12.8.2016 - age: 50+