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going to be great as the other movies
July 14th, 2008 [8:10:31]
 10/10

the joker: this movie is going to be awsome they are going to have great actors and a great director can't wait for this movie to come out .

Fuck 48 fps and Petey Jackoff"sin's fat ass and also 3D can suck my taint
December 31st, 2012 [1:55:32]
 0/10

Rocksteddy: Bland.

well made prequel...expected much worse
January 4th, 2013 [6:36:14]
 8/10

Rambo: I wasn't bored at all,movie had lots of action and adventure,a bit too much overuse of CGI but overall i was very entertained...great soundtrack,camera work and acting.

overall i give it 8.5/10

Unfettered then I had thought.
January 6th, 2013 [8:59:25]
 8/10

Tanman32123: I'm giving this an 8 out of 10 Mainly because of how well done it was. Great actors, great everything!

Lol, But I'm not that much into these types of stories and plot outlines, But Although that, It was a great movie and very well done

Bloated/Unsteady First 90 Minutes
January 8th, 2013 [5:40:22]
 6/10

cress: The first 90 minutes is slow, whimsical, bloated. I started to lose faith, and began to think Jackson had Phantom Menaced it. But once they get to the Hidden/Secret Pass it begins to cook, and the last 90 minutes is damn good. This gives me hope that Jackson has hit his stride for the follow-ups, after performing a lot of "setting up" with this film. The 3D was good, but not great, which surprised me. I missed my window to see it in HFR 3D, and I don't think the experience would've made a difference. I thought Elijah Wood shouldn't have been in this film. I understand Jackson wanting to have a thread that runs between these films, but his scenes were odd, and added nothing to the film. Jackson has a problem with too much needless shit in the beginning of his films dating back to "King Kong." If he would just exercise greater control in the editing process, this film may have been much better.


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