We'd rather be forced to watch a Home Fries and Two Weeks Notice double feature than revisit this painfully bad movie. Sadly though when you think about Curse for very long you realize poor, deluded Zhang is only giving his audiences what he thinks they want to see on screen--lavish spectacle, gorgeous actors, a few gravity defying sword fighting scenes and some decadent sexual intrigue. Hit a certain point in your life and all of this a do about fear of commitment becomes incredibly tired.
However, despite the innocence of this connection, we thought it sounded a bit stalker-ish in our head and thus refrained. Don't ask us why. Speaking of Ian McKellen and his crippled, crotchety Professor Teabing character, as other critics have said, he's the best part of the proceedings.
In a few moments, the turn around of many of these excellent teen actors seems too effortless.
Each set dressing is more over the top than the next that it makes your eyes swim in color overload. But this movie casts a whole new light on this archetype and gave us new insights into why his character would hold such a sway over the boys who revere him. No Reservations is yet another merely serviceable Hollywood romantic comedy.
Everything the critics say is true, Del Toro has created a deeply personal and creepy fantasy, peppered with moments of in-your-face violence.
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