Summary: The story is about two young lovers find each other but their respective families, and the complications they bring, may tear them apart. The ending to this movie is so awful that I lost hope in this garage film.
Summary: This is the most underrated movie in recent years. I won't spoil anything, but I think the reviewers who are angry at this movie don't understand its intent. The ending of the movie is the essence of the movie; the movie's whole point. It's the kind of movie that needed to be made. There have been other movies that have tackled this topic, and very few have had the impact with it that this one had, and its because of its clever execution.
Summary: This movie has all that is required for me to fully enjoy it and at the same time make my girlfriend think she's watching a girlie movie. I found RP to be quite good, that caught me off guard and makes me certainly look forward to cosmopolis. The movie had the right balance of boys/girls interacting with boys/girls, but also much more serious stuff. I'll watch it again.
Summary: [SPOILER!] Terrible - The main characters in this didn't bring it back all the way home for me - Ally is said in the synopsis to be the girl "that lives life to the fullest" but it wasn't clearly demonstrated in the movie. Tyler's supposed to be this rebellious, lost young man with a bad relationship with his father, yet Robert Pattinson only brings out a cold, emotionless character.
Summary: This movie is very good. The only thing that ruins every little part of the entire movie is when robert pattinson dies. i felt bad for the little sister. that was her only other older brother. One thing that is good about this movie is that it interfeeres with the twin towers and that made me very emotional even though I did not lose anyone that day. The united states did. They lost hope.
Summary: i thought this was much, much better than the critics gave it credit for. i was expecting a maudlin mess, with robert pattinson slouching about and mumbling, which he was guilty of in a few scenes; and the boardroom fight was verging on ludicrous. however, it was so well acted otherwise i found myself drawn into the story, and willing to overlook the embarrassing (mostly pattinson) moments. yes, it's manipulative, aren't all movies?
Excerpt: I don't think this could have been more pretentious and boring if it was actually trying to be. This movie is beyond full of itself and characters with witty insights that think theyre better and smarter than those around them. The main character is so torn up over his brothers suicide that he spends half the movie quoting him and trying to live by his guidance.
Summary: This movie had a lot of cliches and the ending was just a cheap and insulting way to get girls to cry. I thought it had a good script and good intentions but it comes off as just a quick gimmick.