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    Red face Who has watched HANCOCK?

    hi
    i wanna know if hancock is a good film and what you would rate it.
    i haven't watched it yet but i will soon but first i wanna know if it good.
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    I saw it, it wasn't fantastic, but it wasn't really terrible either

    It was just your average forgettable summer cash-in film
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    crush: ohh'k
    thanx for the reply and now what you have write i might not watch but i really do want to.
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    Just watch it then...
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    i might aswell then (:
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    for those people who haven't watched hancock here is a trailer:

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    seems very much like a dvd film to me. a dvd flick and a few beers,
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    tomwaits4noman: thanks for the reply even though i didn't know what you meant
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    There are some films not worth seeing in the cinema its better to rent them on dvd at home, and then there are films that are better to rent on dvd and have a few beers while watching.... Hancock seems to be a film that would be be enjoyable to watch after a few beers at home.
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    Not much of a film critic but I rather enjoyed Hancock. Wouldn't mind a sequel, but yeah I wouldn't pay good money to watch it on the silver screen.
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    i watched it this arvo (cheap tickets on tuesdays )

    enjoyed it thoroughly. it had a few "eh" moments, but there were some genuinely good times, too. cinematography was good overall - i think it was handled quite well, especially in the ending sequences, where a lot of the storytelling relied on the actors' performance rather than any dialogue. had a twist i didnt see until it was too late, and normally i pick up on those things early on. knew something was up, but didnt put my finger on it before it actually happened. check it out fo sho

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    was good, second half was poor, some plot holes but was enjoyable
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    I was really disappointed by it..
    The first 5 - 10 minutes was funny, then his drunken humor was gone. And I was praying the whole movie he'd get a better costume, because he looked ridiculous the whole time. Then the major plot twist comes and the story just got boring and sloppy.
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