While I really wasn’t excited for Saw V, this batch of new stills has me confused and somewhat intrigued. While they of course feature Costas Mandylor, they also feature Jigsaw and what looks like an old surveillance shot of the good Doctor Gordon from the original Saw movie. Someone compiled the images into a YouTube video, which can be seen below.
I didn’t really want to watch this movie, but someone I work with said it was pretty okay. So I gave it a shot.
Ashton Kutcher’s never been one to dazzle anyone in a movie, though thinking back, the one with Amanda Peet (A Lot Like Love) wasn’t so terrible. And to be honest, Cameron Diaz hasn’t made me want to watch a movie a second time, since The Mask.
Besides being the typical rom-com flick, What Happens In Vegas isn’t so terrible. If you can get past all the cheesiness, and sappy ending, of course.
As with any romantic comedy these days, the highlights of the film are the supporting cast, namely Rob Corddry, and Lake Bell. They’ve got some of the best lines in the film, that inspire laugh out loud moments. While Kutcher and Diaz play their roles as they’re supposed to, neither of them made me laugh a whole lot.
All in all, it’s a typical romantic comedy, a few one liners, an impossible story line, and a happy (and sappy) ending. What more could you want out of your romantic comedies?
If you’re pressed for a date night movie, What Happens In Vegas will suffice, despite not taking place in Vegas long enough. They were took quick to head back to New York, if you ask me.
This was quite possibly the most ridiculous, pathetic, lame excuse for a comedy I’ve ever seen. From the piss-poor acting, to the absolute moronic script, everything about Zohna is completely, and utterly stupid.
I could go on and on for days about everything that was wrong with this movie, I just don’t want to waste any more of my time on it.
I’ll sum up, and keep this as short and as on-point as possible; the accents, the script, the dialogue, the acting, the fight scenes, the story, the ending, the beginning, the middle. Everything about this movie is completely wrong. It’s not funny, at all, ever.
Adam Sandler couldn’t make a funny movie these days if it was handed to him pre-made, and he just had to put his name on it. The Adam Sandler we used to love 10 years ago is dead. This new imposter has taken over, and ruined the reputation that Adam Sandler once had.
I don’t care if you love Adam Sandler with every ounce of your being, save yourself the pain of watching this movie. It’s absolute garbage. I wish I could give it a negative rating, but our site doesn’t allow for that. I wish pain upon the people who wrote and made this movie. Serious, serious pain.