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It would be a remarkable movie if it held some features of Neil Gaiman's book. I understand that adapting a work to the cinema requires cutting and rewriting many elements and scenes, however in this one, most things that are inventively fantastic from the original book are not even mentioned, making it a weak, unexciting picture, with soulless characters from a poor script.
Lame adaptation from an interesting novel.
The de Niro dance is probably one of the greatest moments in the history of cinema.
Terrible, the humor continuously falls flat, characters make mindless decisions, both De Niro performances are even poor. Only Mark Strong seems comfortable hamming it up throughout the picture. Can't believe De Niro, O' Toole, and McKellen were roped into this mess.
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!