Excerpt: This movie looks very vibrant and very good for picture quality. There is one unsuspected speckle that appears on the screen in the scene where Rowley and Greg are building the snowman, but overall it looks very good The audio is very good too.
Summary: Unlike most movies dealing with adolescence (especially in school), this one doesn't preach or condescend. And it doesn't try too hard to be a good movie, or take itself seriously (at least not too seriously). What's more: the movie is (mostly) unpredictable. Especially fun is the moldy cheese sequence! It would have been nice to get to know the parents a little more. One quibble though: What exactly is the purpose of Chloe Moretz's character?
Excerpt: A gem of a family comedy. I purchased this as a blind buy when Amazon had it on sale and I am glad that I did. Loded Diper rules! LOL. I laughed all the way thru. I'm sure everyone old enough will be able to relate to some of the characters. Delightful story and shows, in a comical way, about growing up as a teenager. The characters, if you'll excuse the pun, were well drawn. Video and audio was great, but there could have been a few more extra.
Summary: Background:I am a 13 year old, which means Im in the target audience in this film. I also have seen some of the worst films ever, like "Star Worms 2", "Monster A GoGo", and "Night of the Lepus". When I heard hey were making a DOAWK movie, I thought it would be fun! Boy, was I wrong! This is one of the un-funniest films ever! Not sure if this is worse than Vampires Suck, but it makes Disaster Movie look like Airplane.
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26 November 2010
Excerpt: I picked this up for my 10 year old daughter and because she has read the some of the books and on a certain level can relate to the characters, I began to have a moment as I heard my daughter quoting the lines along with the movie. As for my perspective the movie was entertaining and a nice little family film to add if your have young children who will experience those growing pains we all have when we where that age.
Summary: I really enjoyed the movie. The movie depicts the life of a teen Greg (Zachary Gordon) who has his issues of longing to be famous in the middle school.He ranks himself 19 on the popularity list.He has a dream to fulfill.He considers his previous friends 'who were not able to grow up' according to him ...
Excerpt: My first cold buy for Blu Ray and I'm happy with the results. My wife, and 5 year old daughter loved this movie. Also got the "cheesiest edition" from Wal Mart. Good movie to pop in which garentees a couple good laughs for the whole family.
Summary: This movie was actually a lot better than I expected, and had some hilarious moments. I can relate to some of the things that happened to Greg. I have not read the book, so I couldn't compare it. 12 year old Greg Heffley is nervous about starting middle school. Him and his dorky best friend, Rowley Jefferson try to fit in and become popular, but that's easier said than done.