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- fashionpassionf...Apr 14, 2009by
CATCH THE SPIRIT IF YOU CAN
Features Actors:Scarlett Johansson,Eva Mendes,Sarah Paulson,Samuel Jackson,Louis Lombardi,Gabriel Macht, Dan Lauria Running Time:108 Min. Rating:PG-13 Surrounded by a menagerie of bizarre when not silly fellow citizens, the undead former rookie cop Denny Colt now morphed into The Spirit, runs interference with mixed results against Sam Jackson's fiendish extreme villain, Octopus and his shrewd sidekick Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson). More than evening the odds, Silken surrounds herself with a murderous crew of homicidal fatty clones like an underworld Madonna bossing around an obedient crew of bad and badder boy toys. In the midst of perpetually picking up the pace of all sorts of erotic when not surreal sleuthing, Miller backs up for a coming of age, mean streets interlude when a smitten young Denny got dumped by materialistic teen hottie Sand Saref, (played in smoldering adulthood by Eva Mendes), who'd rather follow a career trajectory lusting after diamonds, when not stealing them. Though turning on the seductive charm in her avaricious vocational pursuits is Sand's prime specialty, as when Eva's aspiring femme fatale shows she really knows how to drop a towel and reveal butt when not kicking it, in squirming her way out of an arrest by that vigilante old flame. Meanwhile, turning up periodically to do the female doormat thing to Spirit's quickie serial monogamy, is moping, unrequited emergency room physician tending to the masked male chauvinist's periodically drippy wounds, Dr. Dolan (Sarah Paulson). In between stints as cooperative cabbie Liebowitz ferrying The Spirit around town for a variety of supernatural, outlandish brawls, Miller decks out his fantastical multiple maniacs in stylish fedoras and even more stylized lingo with wit and attitude to spare. All star cast!If you liked Sin City, this one is for you!Hope this helps you decide.Thanks for reading! :)Read full review
- reds_rendersApr 08, 2009by
I really WANTED to like this... But...
I was very excited about The Spirit because I am a big fan of Sin City and was looking forward to see Frank Miller in action again. Also, the cast seemed to be a great lineup. However, it doesn't matter how good the actors are if the plot and script are lame, and I am here to tell you -- I don't even think the likes of Anthony Hopkins and Meryl Streep could have saved The Spirit for this reason. I kept waiting for the story to intrigue me and for the characters to develop. I watched a couple of people walk out of the theater about an hour through... Finally, I checked the time (never a good sign when you're watching a movie), only to discover that the movie was nearly over, and there would be no chance for redemption. Aesthetically, The Spirit was interesting, but I couldn't help feeling like I'd seen it all before. The cinematography and graphics were pretty much a carbon copy of Sin City. I expected to see similarity (Frank Miller's style is distinct, after all), but not identical visual imagery.Read full review
- 1057916372@dele...Sep 21, 2011by
Batman and Robin is better than this!
I kept an open mind about this movie when I saw all the bad reviews. I like comic book movies and I never saw this movie so i picked it up. I Thought The Spirit was an interesting character, kinda like Batman, being a private eye/detective and keeping his secret identity but i was wrong about this movie. I tried to watch and enjoy it for what it was i really did, but just the beginning of the movie was areally bland and all over the place. I tried to appreciate the goofyness, but it's so goofy that its stupid. Especially the octopus (the main villian. This movie seemed like it didn't take itself seriously. I know it was suppose be like that, but to a certain amount of goofyness, come on man! This movie SUCKS! I felt like falling asleep at the beginning because it's so stupid and boring and it didn't get any better. If I were you I would not even bother with this movie.Read full review
- hereticprimeDec 17, 2009by
The Spirit is a great "Fun Movie."
"The Spirit" was done in mock comic style similar to the techniques used in Sin City and 300. "The Spirit" was unexpectantly humourous and campy in some areas that give it a sense of pulp nior and is a great addition to Eisner's legacy of comics. Samuel L. Jackson steals the show as a villian and Scarlet Johanson is the perfect number one henchman. This is a great movie for a fun movie night.
- alma91163Aug 06, 2012by
Could have been MUCH better, BUT still enjoyed it!
The Spirit was a good movie, despite the fact that the movie got so many bad reviews. The visuals look great: black and white with random colored items spread throughput the scenes and locations. IT IS NOT A SERIOUS MOVIE! It does have some comedic moments. So, it was a good movie, overall. My score: 3/5
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