- What did you think of the acting?
- Did you like the plot?
- Was the ending satisfying?
- What were your favorite parts of the movie?
- Are there any elements of the film you didn't like?
- Do you think it was a successful adaptation of the book?
- Was it better or worse than you expected?
- Would you recommend it to others?
- How does it compare to other films in the genre?
- Is there anything else you would like to say about the film?
I didn't like the movie. It was boring and I didn't find it funny at all.
What did you think of the acting?
The acting in the movie was terrible. I don't think any of the actors were good at their jobs. They all seemed to be trying too hard and it showed. The dialogue was also very cheesy and not believable. Overall, I didn't enjoy the movie and would not recommend it to anyone.
Did you like the plot?
No, I did not like the plot. It was very predictable and the ending was disappointing.
What about the acting?
The acting was good, but I didn't find any of the actors particularly stand out.
How does it compare to other bad ben movies?
I think this is one of the weaker bad ben movies. There are better ones available on Netflix.
Was the ending satisfying?
No, the ending was not satisfying. The movie ended with a cliffhanger and there is no official release date for the sequel yet. This leaves fans wondering what will happen next. Some people thought that the ending was rushed and could have been better executed. Overall, the ending of the movie was not good and it left many viewers unsatisfied.
What were your favorite parts of the movie?
The movie had a lot of funny moments and I liked the way it was written. The acting was also good. Some parts were predictable, but overall it was an enjoyable movie to watch.
Are there any elements of the film you didn't like?
- I didn't like the fact that the film was predictable.
- The acting wasn't great and it felt cheesy at times.
- I found the plot to be very clichéd and unoriginal.
- The ending was disappointing and anticlimactic.
Do you think it was a successful adaptation of the book?
The movie adaptation of the book, "Bad Ben" was not successful. The acting was poor and the story line was confusing. I did not enjoy watching it.
Was it better or worse than you expected?
The Ben Stiller comedy Bad Santa was released in 2003 and it has since become a cult classic. Many people were surprised that it was actually better than they expected, considering the mixed reviews it received when it first came out.
Some people found the movie to be hilarious, while others thought that the humor was juvenile and not very clever. Regardless of personal opinion, most people agreed that Bad Santa is an entertaining watch.
While some aspects of the film may be dated (for example, references to 9/11), overall Bad Santa is still a funny and engaging movie. If you're looking for a good laugh, then this is definitely worth checking out.
Would you recommend it to others?
I would not recommend the movie "Bad Ben" to others. The acting was poor and the plot was weak. I found myself bored during most of the movie.
How does it compare to other films in the genre?
The Ben-Hur movie is a classic tale of revenge and redemption. It tells the story of Judah Ben-Hur (Jack Huston), a Jewish prince who is falsely accused of treason and sentenced to life in slavery. After years of hard labor, Judah manages to win the chariot race at the Roman Games and becomes a celebrated hero. However, when he returns home, he finds that his family has been destroyed by Rome and his beloved sister has married an enemy. Judah decides to seek revenge on those who wronged him, even if it means joining forces with the hated Romans. The Ben-Hur movie is based on the novel of the same name by Lew Wallace. It was directed by Timur Bekmambetov and released in 1959. Critics generally praised it for its visual effects and historical accuracy, but some reviewers found its violence excessive. In comparison, the 2017 Ben-Hur movie is more faithful to the original novel than Bekmambetov's version was. It stars Jack Huston as Judah Ben-Hur, Michael Fassbender as Messala, Charlize Theron as Esther, Toby Kebbell as Huram ben Saba, Rodrigo Santoro as Ezzardusi di Porto Salvo and Stephen Rea as Jesus Christ himself. While both movies are rated PG-13 for intense violence and scenes of bloodshed, the 2017 film features less explicit gore than Bekmambetov's version did. Overall, fans generally rate both films highly; however, they tend to prefer the 1959 version over the 2017 one.
Is there anything else you would like to say about the film?
There's not much to say about the film that hasn't been said before. It's a bad movie with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Avoid it at all costs.