Hancock (tbc)

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Reviewer Anonymous
23/07/2008
Very good film and it should do Very well in box office.

Good storyline but A Little step up from A comic heroes story. Humour is Very good With some laugh out loud scenes.

Will Smith- thumbs up
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Reviewer Anonymous
18/07/2008
I agree with Onicle. The move was good, a great story line that was easy to follow. The best bet is to not read the reviews as they give away so much of the storyline that you nolonger want to see the movie. I personally like the fact this movie enables children to watch it without sexual scenes being thrown at them (unlike The Hulk- which was great but too graphic for young children); as a result they are subliminally recruited into the media and film 'experts' warped sense of what is considered decent for a child to watch and hear. I give it a four because I'm looking forward to the sequel, if there is one!
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Reviewer onicle
06/07/2008
I disagree with the reviewers comments we are not all movie buffs who can critique at the most inexcusible factor but we are simple people who merely want to entertained and this movie does just that, its entertaining.We don't need to have all the answers to how Hancock arrived etc,the film creatively allows our minds to erect our own answers, moreover the films graphics are extraordinary and the ungracefullness of Hancocks aerial departures and arrivals adds reality to his unrefined character.Overall,it boils down to the fact that the fresh prince can't make a bad movie and it frustrates people.
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