Eric said on Thursday, November 13, 2014 10:33:42 PM
Just out of curiosity, what did you think of "Miss Meadows"?
William J. Malone BA CTVA/AA Liberal Arts said on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 10:02:25 PM
I enjoyed the review for the Disney film about a helpful robot. Did you know the genie in Broadway's Aladdin isn't featured in Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies? Thanks for your kind consideration, I was allowed to speak with my aunt in NW Indiana today after a many weeks.
Daniel Axelrod said on Monday, November 10, 2014 7:36:10 PM
I wrote before about this movie. You gave an 'A+' to a movie that nobody understands. Just Mathew Mc. Rambling nonsense. Jessica Chastain is called 'Murph' 135 timesduring the first 2 hours. BRUTAL.
Daniel Axelrod said on Saturday, November 08, 2014 1:20:24 PM
Your 'A+' review of this film is either laughable or as I am hoping...a typo. I see almost every film that comes out other than cartoons and horror films. I went to Interstellar because of your review which I usually respect. However, this film misses the mark on many levels:
1. The special effects are great, but if you saw Gravity, the effects here were dull.
2. An 'A+' movie doesn't have scenes that are unintentially humerous. When Murphwas seen 20 years later, she was still angry, as if she walks around angry 24/7. The crowd laughed at the ridiculous scene.
3. Matt Damon was in the movie and after 30 second my date and I turned to each other and said 'bad guy'. I said at some point he is going to fight Cooper.
4. The movie was tiring. I was tired of looking at Cooper's face for three hours. I heard 'Murph and 'Coop' so many times it reminded me of 'Rose and Jack' in Titanic.
5. My date said, "When Hathaway's lip shivers it will be a key scene". Phew , we got the quiver.
The movie was needlessly vague about time and demension. It begged the audience to think about it long and hard...but for 3 grueling hous?
Bret said on Tuesday, November 04, 2014 1:43:54 AM
Do you realize how much you sound like Hugh Laurie?
Do you still read your visitor comments?
Eric Smith said on Sunday, November 02, 2014 4:50:00 PM
Going for the Tony Stark look, Richard? Looks good! Keep up the great work!
Eric said on Sunday, November 02, 2014 1:33:34 AM
Not sure why you gave Nightcrawler a C+. From your comments, it seemed like you were on the fence about the movie. Usually, when you gave a score like that it was for films you really hated. I was waiting for the specifics of why you gave it such a low score.
Robin said on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 8:11:25 PM
Dear Mr. Roeper:
I've spent more than 30 years trying to remember a movie I saw as a child. I can't forget the movie, and can't remember the title. Being a film critique, I wonder if you might know the movie title I'm seeking. It featured a female protagonist wrongly convicted and sentenced to death in the gas chamber. She died shortly before the governor called the prison requesting a stay. Her funeral was held on a tropical island. Her simple casket laid on a funeral pyre. This movie is, obviously, not "I Want to Live". If you have any thoughts, I greatly appreciate hearing them. Thank you for your time. Robin
William J. Malone BA CTVA/AA Liberal Arts said on Sunday, October 26, 2014 11:04:13 AM
I enjoyed your review of the latest from Murray. Talk about disposition clearing. Did you know Gris Gris Films blaxpoitation director/proprietor may be bi-polar? Thanks for your kind consideration, my situation in LA continues to deteriorate (despite new codicil notarized with CA Jurat this week).
Hunter Smith said on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 9:39:31 PM
Hey Richard have you seen a video called "Man Of Steel Final Verdict". I'd highly recommend you watch it. Keep up the great work.