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Saturday, July 24th 2010 / Blog

Men who stare at goats - Movie review

We've had this one for a while but hadn't got round to watching it until tonight. My Dad has told me he didn't think much of it and that it wasn't worth watching but I thought considering the range of well known actors that are in the movie, I'd give it a shot.

The opener to the movie starts with a quick laugh as a trainee psychic spy tries to phase through a wall, only to fail and smash into it at full speed. That really sets the scene for the rest of the movie. It's all very silly and there are hints that these people are able to do some supernatural things.

However, there are plenty of occasions in the film that bring you to doubt whether or not these people can really do anything and just seem silly. The movie seems to lose itself towards the end but there are some pretty funny parts and Jeff Bridges probably has the best character in the entire movie.

This is one that I'd probably miss if I was looking for movies to re-watch but it was worth watching once.

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