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Probably better than the second one but that isn't saying anything. They made a bunch of Cheech and Chongs, and now we have 3 Harold and Kumars, Harold and Kumar #1 was hilarious, never had franchise potential. But since they made a second one, which was shatful, why not make a third one?
Film is simply solid, great from start to finish. Had no expectations for the film due to the surplus of car movies being released. It was pretty ballin'. Ryan Gosling knows he was in the Notebook so I think he feels he's got to prove he's got chops, and balls. Some intense scenes, unexpected gore for ya chores. 3.5 star movie but half a star for that sweet sweet soundtrack, makes the movie. Almost worth buying if you're a "REAL HUMAN BEING!".
I was kind of disappointed, I had high expectations for some reason, the trailer was amazing. Similar to a lot of movies, the trailer made it seem like Liam Neeson was going to take on a pack of wolves and just simply own them. He was going to take his certain set of "skeels" from Taken and apply them in the wild. It was more like "The Edge" but with a less sophisticated script. Liam was great but he had no support, it would have been better if it were just him trying to survive in more of a Tom Hanks situation. I need to watch the film again because my judgement was sort of clouded due to feeling mislead by the trailer. In the movie, they made the wolves look like mythological beasts, not wolves. What a crotchety ending, leaves you with blue rocket balls.
Has a more accessible plot than the first, more about political conspiracy than gothic black magic, "DARKNESSES'!" I enjoyed this one a little more, more easy going and smooth. Has about 15 minutes of snooze time but for the most part it's great.