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Recent Movie Reviews#9081
This movie was equally exciting for both adults and children and honestly, I couldn't tell you which of whom had more in the audience. By the trailer alone, I could tell that this was going to be captivating due to the fact that it was not animals singing but familiar voices as well! They also sang current songs and some older songs during the audition portion but I believe that was truly them catering to their audience and they hit the nail on the head with that one. Each actor/actress delivered for their character immensely and I was shocked to see that a few of them knew how to sing! The beginning was...interesting. It caught my attention (the voice and not so much the sheep) but I was glued once the main character began to speak about his present life. The most exciting part of the movie was the lessons in it which was people will do what they want to do when they want to do it and never be afraid of doing what you are good at! I hope a sequel comes out soon!#9056
This is one of the worst films I've ever seen. And it's not that it's about the Obamas, or that it's political (it's not), or even that it is almost unbelievable (in spite of the fact that everything really did happen at some point). It's that the producer-writer-director is so obviously infatuated with the Obamas that he ended up making a movie which comes off as one big, fat, sloppy kiss. The movie spans one afternoon and evening. There's no conflict, there's no character development, there's no new information. The actors are well cast, and they do the best they can with what they're given. That may make for a sweet photo montage, but it doesn't tell a story (which has already been told many times anyway). Even if every incident depicted happened in the space of one day (which they almost certainly did not), no one would believe it. If there is one cliché that was missed, there was no place left to put it. If there was room for one more tracking shot, the audience would fall asleep. In short, if you are head-over-heels in love with the Obamas, you may love this outing. Otherwise....#8596
Based on the book by the same title, DEVIL's KNOT is a docu-drama about the 1993 ritual murders of three eight-year-old boys in West Memphis, Arkansas. This film does not contain any basic information that is not already covered in the documentaries PARADISE LOST and WEST of MEMPHIS. It does, however, provide some fairly interesting reenacted personal perspectives of the various parties: victims' families, the accused "Memphis 3" and certain of their friends, the police and prosecution, the defense teams, etc. DEVIL's KNOT makes for a compelling enough show and is expertly filmed with decent but not great acting. Though I'm sure that there are some misrepresentations of certain details, it is faithful to the basic events of this case. The biggest limitation is that those who have read the various books and seen earlier films will not find anything terribly new here while casual viewers who are unfamiliar with the case will find all the various characters and shifting perspectives confusing.
Colin Firth gives a nice performance as private investigator for the defense Ron Lax; ditto for Reese Witherspoon as Pam Hobbs. DEVIL's KNOT might have worked better with a stricter focus on one or maybe both of these characters, even if that meant ignoring certain other people and factors in the case.
Regardless, this film is very revealing of how incompetent police work, selective use of evidence by the prosecution, and public hysteria in this rather superstitious Bible Belt community led to the denial of reasonable doubt for the accused "Memphis 3." Without telling you what to think or pointing the finger unduly, it also cursorily examines other potential suspects. There are some brief bits of courtroom drama, but again, the focus changes just as things get really interesting.
In short, DEVIL's KNOT is quite watchable, but the attempt to tell the entire story in a narrative of less than two hours is inadequate and dissatisfying.
WARNING: Though there's not a lot of gore, there are some brief and graphic post mortem shots of the young victims.
Well, you may laugh, you may roll your eyes--you may do both simultaneously. Yes, it's a little cheesy; yes, the acting was not brilliant; yes, some of the gags seemed to repeat themselves. BUT, did I enjoy myself? Absolutely.
The humor mostly relies on a lot of physical comedy (people making blunders and bumping into things...), very little real "wit". I can't say even that the dialogue or the chemistry between the main actors was very good. But if you already know you're a sucker for romantic comedies (particularly heavily humor-laden ones, whether brilliant humor or otherwise), you will probably enjoy yourself. If you're the kind that is only rather surprised when you actually do find a romantic comedy you like, I really don't think you'll be finding it in this one.
No need to repeat the plot; the trailer says it all. And, really, with as simple a plot as it has, the trailer truly does pretty much say it ALL.
In short, it was relaxing and amusing (sometimes not the sort of amusing the director was going for, perhaps), and I enjoyed getting out of the house to go sit and catch a corny smile. Don't go if your demands or expectations are much higher.
While the "We Built This City" number really stands out amongst a few others in capturing the essence of classic Muppets, overall Jason Segel and his puppet creation Walter simply wear out their welcome. Jason Segel (Gary) and Walter (Gary's 'brother') usurp/upstage and prevent the Muppets from rightfully ever taking center stage, as opposed to eventually settling in and complimenting Jim Henson's life work. At some point the film stopped being The Muppets and more so The Jason Segel & Walter Movie, featuring the Muppets. This awkwardly overbearing sentiment was cemented in one of the (borderline self congratulatory) final scenes of the film, where Segel's new 'reluctant' hero Walter is lifted up by the 'thankful' Muppets, the image on screen is brought to a still and framed in black and white...
Whatever the motives were, the resulting film begins with a 'tired' Kermit who never seems to become fully rejuvenated by films end, and a Fozzie who is... a 'fuzzy' figment from Reno of his former self. Additionally, neither of the two aforementioned lead Muppet characters is appropriately voice cast. For the sake of full character comparison (voice, mannerisms, personality, role, etc.), please take the time to watch (or re-watch) one (or a few) of the films this one is supposedly intended to capture the spirit of/pay homage to (in addition to the original show itself, of course!) such as The Muppet Movie (1979), The Great Muppet Caper (1981), or even The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984). Had the Muppets really become that pathetic? Were they really long since forgotten and discarded to the ash heap of history, only to be saved with a guest-starring role by Jason Segel (who's passionate about both puppeteering and writing, granted, but is a little hard to actually connect with on screen...) and his puppet creation Walter? Or is this more possibly a case of initial good intention having crossed the line into a wee bit too much self indulgence and become a vehicle for a little (ok, a lot of) self promotion? Unfortunately, it seems the answer to that question is the latter.
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