Worst Movie Ever
In all sincerity, this is quite possibly the worst movie ever made. The
crux here is that the producers were intending to make a good movie,
but failed more completely than with any other production I've yet
seen. The acting is phenomenally poor: phony emotions, phony intonation
in conversation, and an atrocious lack of any believable body language.
Throughout the film, character development is disjointed and
inconsistent. A few of the primary personalities in the movie undergo a
completely irrational character-shift. Unlike an eye-opening plot
twist, the character shifting in this movie leaves viewers with a
feeling of open-jaw "are you kidding me?" incredulity. Overall, this
film gives you the sense that you're watching the pre-practice cut. I
would highly recommend spending your time on something more enjoyable -
like scrubbing the toilet, or sanding the paint off of a deck..
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worst movie i have ever seen.
best movie ever.
i never saw a movie like this .
the best movie ever,,,perfect!!!.
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Not great, but not a "bad" movie that so many say it is.
OK, it was my weekly "free" rental, so it didn't have to be great. But I
cannot understand all the highly negative criticism of "Here on Earth." It
has a very true theme, everyone deserves to find true love before they die.
However, it plays more like a "made-for-TV" teen romance than a theater
blockbuster. But it is better than many of the "teem movies" made
Sam (Leelee Sobieski) is a small town girl whose big plans to go to UM on a
track scholarship got waylayed by a knee injury. She has a boyfriend Jas
(Josh Hartnett) that she has known forever, he loves her ("I know you better
than anyone, Sam."), but we can see there isn't the passion one expects of
Along comes Kelley (Chris Klein), the smart (valedictorian) rich kid who is
stuck on himself, the last person Sam's sister and parents want her to get
mixed up with. But there is a spark of passion there, Sam starts to feel for
the first time she might find true love. You see, she has a secret. The knee
injury has affected her liver and she is on a fast path to
Kelley and Jas are like two elk competing for the one fertile female at
springtime. Verbal and physical challenges, an ill-advised car chase results
in a crash into gas pumps and burning down the local hangout. Both of their
sentences require them to work all summer to rebuild the restaurant. Kelley
stays in the garage apt.
When the summer is over, the restaurant rebuilt, Sam has been laid, Jas is
no longer Sam's girlfriend, Kelley just boards the bus and leaves without
visiting the dying Sam. He has things to attend to, a life to get on with.
However, back at home he has second thoughts, sees yellow roses planted by
his deceased mum, and goes back to be with Sam. At her funeral, he reads
from poetry they both enjoyed. She found true love before she died, he
learned about what is really important.
The story is not novel, but it still is a pretty good one. Josh Hartnett is
excellent as the unpolished bumpkin, Leelee as the philosophical girl
looking for meaning in her short life. But Chris Klein looks out of his
league. He still has a way to go before he can graduate from his teen
gross-out roles in films like "American Pie."
I never felt totally immersed in the film, because some of the acting and
some of the dialog didn't quite ring true. However I found it to be a
pleasant 90 minutes and it probably deserves a rating somewhere around 5 to
7, which is where the IMDb votes cluster presently. To rate it a "1" as so
many have, or to call it "possibly the worst movie of all time" are just
The DVD was fine, with Dolby 5.1 sound, but the extras consist primarily of
several trailers for other films put out by this company..