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Reviews Featuring Christopher Lee
For my money the poorest of the "Star Wars" flicks so far. Having said that, its definitely worth seeing, even if only for Yodas end-of-film Hong Kong Phooey impression.
Awesome. All the bits of the film that should have been in there in the first place, a must for collectors and Tolkein fans everywhere. Gorgous packaging, sumptuous quality. Both editions are great value for money. If youre like me, youll probably end up owning both.
Visually its even more impressive than the last movie, but in terms of pure story-telling it falls ever-so-slightly short of its predecessor.
A Hammer horror classic. Its not likely to leave anyone shrieking with fear these days, but what it does offer is some great entertainment - in a funny sort of way.
The definitive Count Dracula in an entertaining - if dated - bloodfest. Batty good fun.
Puppet bats, pointy teeth, creaking doors, dripping blood, heaving ladychests, David "Green Cross Code" Prowse its all here. Just make sure youre armed with a crucifix and some garlic. And maybe some popcorn.
Everything that has a beginning has a middle - and while this centerpiece to the 'Star Wars' saga may indeed be middling, it still beats 'Return of the Jedi' anyday.
A decent venture into the world of Star Wars for the kids, The Clone Wars offers bad dialogue and subpar animation, but should hold the interest of younger viewers and is pretty harmless.
John Landis' big screen comeback is a strange one. Mixing serial killing, comedy and a glut of actors not speaking in their natural accents are risks that don't quite pay off.
A laughable American-made Medieval romp ruined by clichés, anachronisms, ridiculous action and dialogue and Nicholas Cage. Avoid like the plague.
Hugo looks exquisite and the plot is as mature and engaging as you'd expect from a Scorcese film but sometimes the cinematography is a little clichéd in its use. Good for kids, great for adults who love film.
A dark tale with a couple of chuckes makes this more of the same from Tim Burton - master of the Gothic and of Helena Bonham Carter. Poorly put together and not all that funny, Dark Shadows in nonetheless an easy, fairly entertaining watch.
An expected minor letdown as the first part shows that Peter Jackson should have just stuck to one (or two at most) epic length movies not three. Not bad but a little underwhelming.