Well her parents are actors, so. I've only seen the first Fifty Shades of Grey movie, I didn't think she was bad in it. I've not seen nor read Twilight so I can't discuss the fanfic aspects but I thought for all the talk about sex in the movie. It was not sexy at all. If it just had been steamy and sexy I would have forgiven any bad acting. As it was the first movie was just boring and made me not want to watch the other two.How is she even an actress?
I also enjoyed this movie. Recently I watched Ocean's 11 and it's still so good. This was maybe better than the other sequels. I thought it had some really funny stuff, but was not subtle like Ocean's 11. I do want a sequel to this movie, though.Ocean's 8 - 7.5/10
I really enjoyed it and it did what a movie like this is supposed to. Did it have the same amount of charm as the Clooney/Pitt version? No, but it had enough to stand on its own. I had a fun time watching and I'll probably watch it again in a few years. Some parts were predictable, some weren't. The actresses put in the expected performances, it was funny, but not overly hilarious. So, yeah, it was alright. Did we need it, though? No. Enough with the soft reboots, guys!
Rate it however you want, but just be aware that "Bowling For Columbine" is most certainly NOT a documentary in any way, shape, or form. It is Michael Moore's soap box views on gun control consisting of re-edited scenes and downright lies. Whatever your views are on the subject, please, PLEASE, don't base your arguments on this piece of trash.Bowling for Columbine
I'm honestly not sure how to rate documentaries, so I'm just not even gonna try. I saw this one ages ago and for the past three-four years I've been wanting to return to it, but I couldn't find it anywhere. So the website I'm now using, I finally checked last night and, yay, they had it! It was just as powerful as back when it came out, and whatever side you're on, everyone should see this at least once in their life.