Sorry guys my daughter and I walked out beyond bad the day was saved by a good lunch at Jasons Deli. Everybody finds humor in different things and ways so don't let my review dissuade you. I give it a solid 2 out of 10 and we all know what number 2 stands for.
Post by unknownpipesmoker on Dec 29, 2018 16:00:04 GMT -5
I always thought Sir Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing did a fine job. Peter deserved to be knighted too, if the title means anything at all these days. Is there a posthumous option?
"And he saw the heaven opened, and a certain vessel descending, as it were a great linen sheet let down by the four corners from heaven to the earth: Wherein were all manner of fourfooted beasts, and creeping things of the earth, and fowls of the air." Acts 10:11-12
Sorry, but I do not find that duo entertaining at all, and don't watch any of their stuff. Everything I've ever tried, I turned off. I was mildly entertained by Reilly in "Walk Hard" the Dewey Cox story, but that's about it. Will Ferrell makes me want to brake a chair over his head. Some people have that effect (shrug)
If it were supposed to be easy, they'd have sent my little sister to do it.
I saw this movie yesterday and enjoyed it. First of all, I went expecting it to be silly, inane and full of sight gags. It was all of that. Not as clever as Mel Brooks' Sherlock Holmes' Older, Smarter Brother but I got some laughs from it.
Went to see it this afternoon at the mall and I'm glad the other stores there were open as it gave me something to do afterI walked out from the movie. I only lasted 20 minutes into it before I had to walk out. Not so much about the Sherlock Holmes part but it's gotta be the WORST movies those two have done together. IMHO don't waste your money !
Last Edit: Dec 30, 2018 23:27:03 GMT -5 by monbla256
Post by blackmouth210 on Dec 31, 2018 2:45:06 GMT -5
It's very telling to me that a couple of folks here have walked out of this movie. That seems to be a common thing for this film.
People posting on non-movie related sites (like this one) have been unable to finish this movie in theaters. Seems somewhere between 30min to 45min into the movie is about the average time for walk-outs.
The trailer alone is enough to show me that I've got better things to do with my time. I will not even watch for free if/when it's on Netflix.