September 30, 2011
To sum it up in one word ... Terrible!
love mel...what an amazing actor
August 24, 2011
A Jody Foster film with Mel Gibson? This movie would have been number 1 at the box office had more theatres released it for people everywhere to see. Because of the controversy surrounding Mel Gibson's personal life, not a lot of people got the chance to see it. This was an amazing movie with acting so fantastic that I watched it twice! Message to Hollywood: At Oscar time, set aside your
Mel Gibson may be given an opportunity to show the world the kind of actor he is which was extraordinary in this movie. He captured the real world of those who go through depression and struggle to move towards the other side of the agony. Not since \"What Dreams May Come\" with Robin Williams have I wittness such perfect characterization of the emotional pain and struggle that the
Suspension of disbelief is the critical element that draws an audience into a drama and sustains their interest in it. Smelly Melly has so much baggage, though, my disbelief kept cropping up time after time, saying, "Phony acting; phony acting; phony acting!