Heard EVERYWHERE in late 94 and when I saw it after seeing too much hype on TV, holy cow it wasn't what I expected and left me cold. I've seen it a few more times and it has it's moments but can't say I can ever really warm up to it the way I should.
I love the Coen Brothers and after falling in love with Fargo in 1997, this was the first movie of theirs I sought out and it was boring and I plain didn't get it. It's been a while and I should see it again to see if it resonates better.
See the full review, "You can't check out once your money is from Hollywood".
I may be largely against the death penalty but I really don't see the love that all this movie gets other then it's ABOUT the death penalty which is a hot issue. I can remember maybe one moment in this movie and thats it, for all the hype and love it got.
Deviates from the Bond formula SO BADLY and it really just keeps going and going till your out of breath. Hopefully the next one won't be so millisecond edited and cold.
See the full review, "I'm pretty shaken, I know that".
Kevin Smith continues to pass off Star Wars jokes, witty comic book references and colorful profanity as if it's something new that he didn't do before. Funny it may be but to me Smith has only made one Great movie, his first, the original Clerks.
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more