❝Hoopla❞ 7500 Movie(2011)
1 H 32 Min
6,2 / 10 stars
Some educational material for the kids.
Oh i enjoyed it SO much, down to the last moment Stockholm syndrome.
You can try basting a problem with butter and sugar instead of solving it. Or you can just see things for what they are and be at peace.
Enjoy your knowledge and abstain from even being close to untidy things. Let alone get involved.
Loved it. 8/10.
95% of the movie plays in the cabin of the plane. A story boring not even realistic. Probably was cost not more than my annual salary and I'm not a banker. Con Air 1997 with Nicolas Cage is still much better to watch after so many times, if you want a normal hostage movie. This one very far from the reality, people with the 5 start above reviews are delusional. I'm not good in english, and usually lazy to writes anything down, but I want to help people who loves to read review first before watching anything (like me. Recently, I find nothing goods to watch anymore, I have seen thousand of hijacking movies, series. agreed that this one belongs to one of them... This is just a small B movie with few actors involved, a good pace and thrilling moments, Joseph Gordon Levitt alone which I admired could easily handle this standalone movie. But the other cast are not dissapointing at all. People are complaining they seen this kinda movies thousand times before and yes that's correct. The story are similar to any other movies, but why don't we just try to give this a chance and sit back, enjoy the thrilling rides. I'm giving this 10/10 cause I enjoy this small films franchise, and this one does not dissappoint me at all. Overall it is worth it.
I had the worst experience in movies EVER!
By far the worst movie by Joseph Gordon-Levitt
All the cast, the weird terrorists. There is NO creation in the story.
2/10 is too much for this movie. Amazing Movie. You are very close to the characters. And the acting from Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Omid Memar is superb. Just watch it.
Citation InformationAmber Otero. ❝Hoopla❞ 7500 Movie. (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amber-otero/1/