Biggest surprise was that my 6yr old son who I dragged along because I didn't want to sit by myself didn't freak out.
Lizard1977: ^ Thanks for the heads up about the 3D. I'm not rabidly pro- or anti-3D, but it's good to know whether the 3D is done well or not. I've occasionally searched review sites to see whether the 3D is worth it, but few seem to mention it. In fact, it would be good if there was a review site that rated the 3D separate from the movie review, and noted whether (and how many) post credit sequences there were. I haven't found one though...
freitasm: Watched "The Monuments Men" on Amazon Instant Video. Not bad story, but weak in some parts. Giving it a 6.5 for the era reconstruction and some interesting story.
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Lizard1977: Thanks for that. I think I found that site a while back, but it didn't have a good range of movies at the time so I kind of forgot about it.
scuwp:freitasm: Watched "The Monuments Men" on Amazon Instant Video. Not bad story, but weak in some parts. Giving it a 6.5 for the era reconstruction and some interesting story.
I enjoyed The Monuments Men for a light hearted story. It was a refreshing change from the usual 'heavy' violent war stories. But can see how it would be a let down if expecting the latter.
Caught 'Non Stop' with Liam Neeson recently. I am a bit of a Fanboy from his 'Taken' persona, but this was very much a watered down version in the confines of an aircraft. Not a complete waste of time but a sad rip off. 6/10.