Is this worth watching?
I've passed by this title a million times.... do you recommend it?share
I've watched the DVD so many times I'm afraid one of these days I'm going to make a hole in it.
You don't know what you are missing.
"The Bucket List" was contrieved and cliched, to be sure. But you know what? I caved in, nontheless. The stars sold it for me, and it did squeeze a few tears out of me at the end. It did more or less what it set out to do, though I did go into it with fairly low expectations (after having read Ebert's one-star review).share
Yes, it's entertaining/heart warming. But I don't agree with some of the others around here that it one of the best movies of all time or it should be in the top 250.
Jack and Jill - 2/10
A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas - 8/10
Tower Heist - 7/10
Is the Pope Catholic? Go see it! ;-)share
No because you can't spare an hour thirty plus of your life to see two screen legends who when they will die will never be replaced as opposed to a bad acting schmuck like The Rock!share
"No because you can't spare an hour thirty plus of your life to see two screen legends who when they will die will never be replaced as opposed to a bad acting schmuck like The Rock!"
You assume quite a lot if you really think anyone that can't enjoy these particular old geezers shouting meaningless crap at each other somehow thinks 'The Rock' is a good actor, or even tolerable in any way in anything he's ever been in.
I found this movie a solid 5 out of 10, a harmless 'meh' that just wastes your time without giving you anyting except telling the truth about who invented the radio. I also hate 'Rock' and all these modern mumbler-growlers that can't seem to be able to speak clearly in any movie.
Back in the old days, people took care to have power, proper voice, volume and clarity when they spoke in movies. Now people mumble, growl, whisper or I don't even know what it should be called. Speak up, damnit!