Jupiter Ascending 3D User Reviews

Current Rating: 2.83

Current Rating: 2.83

based on 104 votes and 12 reviews

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  • 4 stars Good movie. Lots of action without the usual sex, and bad language.
  • 1 stars Story is shit, acting is shit, sound and volume is shit, comedy is shit, overall, this is complete shit. This movie reminds me of shitty John carter! I would go into more detail why this movie is shit, but I don't want to waste too much time in my life talking about this pile of shit!
  • 1 stars We as movie goers are to be overwhelmed by noise,noise, and more noise. Boring..,Dialogue almost non-existent, and hard to hear. FX spectacular,but too pervasive. Remove the FX and noise ,you have little character development,and story. If each actor had a page and a half of dialogue I'd be surprised. Movie seems designed as a 4 page comic book all pictures no substance,all for $20.00. Movie makers, we are not dummies out here..........no wonder there are publicTV stations out there producing substance. We want good stories ,engaging thoughtful plots, and FX that fits in ,not overwhelms the story.
  • 1 stars This movie would have been so much more enjoyable if you could hear it. The volume was low to begin with and then half of the characters in the movie were whispering or talking very low and you had to strain to hear. My hearing is excellent and I had trouble hearing it. My husband's hearing is slightly diminished and he heard practically nothing except when the people were yelling. We would really enjoy seeing it again with volume this time.
  • 4 stars This movie was a very enjoyable night out. The characters were diverse, the effects were awesome, lots of great action and I loved the strong female lead presence that Mila gave. Eddie Redmayne is just amazing and the storyline was different with the genetics being what set her apart rather than being born into a rich family for a change. Channing Tatum was believable in the action movie role and his relationship with Sean Bean's character made him even more likeable. I think people are just being too hard on this movie
  • 5 stars Have gone to see it twice, it is jam packed with all kinds of goodies. Humour, innuendo, great story line, heroes and heroine. The gowns are awesome, the sets and the visual effects are the best. They should get the Oscar next year for visual effects at least.
  • 1 stars WORST MOVIE OF THE YEAR! Embarrassingly bad acting and crap dialogue. Eddie Redmayne will win Best Actor Oscar for The Theory of Everything, and should win a Razzie for Worst Actor for this! There were moments so bad the audience collectively GROANED. Visually good effects, but who cares when the story is so insultingly bad?
  • 1 stars Embarassingly bad - special effects ok but overwhelming, while the story was cliche, the dialogue laughable, and the acting either overdone or bland. The directors, the Wachofski Brothers of Matrix fame, made another Matrix III full of special effects and other worlds with a ludicrous story at the center. Could have been good, but is terribly, terribly bad. Audience actually GROANED at a few points!!!
  • all i got to say f garbage
  • 1 stars I cannot remember the last movie I walked out on. I even sat through Green Lantern till the end! I walked out on Jupiter Ascending after 20 minutes. The trailer looked kind of cool, and how could the Wachowski name go wrong? The acting in this movie is embarrassing, the villains were over the top cliched. Please do not waste your precious time on this movie. Luckily, I got in to see the Theory of Everything for my ticket price.

Jupiter Ascending 3D

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Running Time:  127 min.
Release Date: February 6, 2015
DVD: June 2, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 2.83
based on 104 votes and 12 reviews
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Cast: Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth, Tuppence Middleton, Doona Bae, James D'Arcy, Tim Pigott-Smith