Zemeckis springs so many pow 3-D surprises you'll think Beowulf is your own private fun house. show more
Beowulf deserves to be taken semiseriously; its eye candy is mixed with narrative fiber and dramatic protein. But it begs to be taken frivolously. Effects have grown so exciting in the realm of the third dimension that you just sit there all agog behind your polarizing glasses. show more
Zemeckis, who blazed trails mixing live-action with animation in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," blazes not even a footpath here. show more
i liked it u morons!!!
this movie really stink the only good part is with Anglina Jolie the movie was so bad it put me to sleep i had to skipp some parts of the movie so i can stay awake the guy who made must been drunk or on drugs
Previous reviewers are correct in comparing this to a video game. That is about its speed. The graphics were cheaply done, the story line was non-existant and the characters were poorly realized. Overall, a rip-off. I was bored after the first ten minutes.