Despite its predictability and lack of originality, it still manages to be quite entertaining.
Yet another movie that mistakes its premise for its plot.
Maybe a little less plot exposition and a little more flesh could have, for once, made this thriller a memorable one.
The only reason why people will go see this film is to see Beyoncé kick the shit out of some white bitch for trying to steal her man.
Pascal Laugier’s film stands more as a psychological experiment than as a horror film, testing its viewers’ tolerance and limitations.
A bloody and side-splitting rollercoaster ride from hell.
Overdramatic, overindulgent and overacted, “Seven Pounds” is simply overweight.
One of the most deliciously melodious biopics to have hit the theatres in a long time.
With each movie, LaBeouf slowly establishes himself as the new generation’s leading man.
While questioning the movie’s relevance as well as the filmmakers’ mental sanity, I could not help but laugh wholeheartedly.
It’s kind of like Vegas: an addictive guilty pleasure.
A prehistoric film done by cavemen.
Although not the most accessible, it is an unquestionable masterpiece.
What is the obsession with robbing banks in the movie business?
Although quite entertaining for a period drama, it shamelessly diminishes the gravity of its subject matter.
Ferrell is very funny in this film, but feels reduced to being the film’s clown instead of its lead.
Starts off as a cute and heartwarming film beaming with humor and charm, but ends up relying too much on the familiar.
It succeeds as a great action movie, a compelling edge-of-your-seat thriller and mindless entertainment with a hint of realism.
It prioritizes the uninteresting rapports between the two leads and completely neglects its supernatural premise.
The storytelling is so honest and heartfelt, that even a cynic would embrace this movie unquestionably.