It's quite an iconic film as it contained one of Marilyn Monroe's most famous scenes. The Subway Dress
Otherwise the film is ok but clearly dated, people talking to themselves.. Seems a bit odd now but I imagine it to be perfectly normal in the 50's. I'm glad I've watched it as I can now see how modern day films have captured ideas and inspirations from these classics. 3/5
It's actually a good film and great for kids. It had my son glued for at least 15 minutes. The cast is great (real people and muppets).
I stand by my previous review that if you suspend disbelief in reality then you'll actually enjoy the film. 3/5
IMDB rated Go 7.3 which isn't bad for an IMDB rating, but to me, it's 10/10 or 5/5. That's the beauty of rating my own films as they are all relative to me and the time I watched them.
I first watched Go back in 1999 in the cinema and it brings back great memories of the of a simpler time.
Go was groundbreaking at the time with a new concept of film where the same story was shown from different peoples perspective.
With some brilliant dialogue and an awesome cast it has to be 5/5
P.S. I've still got the VHS original of the film
A unique and interesting film. Set slightly in the future (far enough to make it futuristic but not far enough so you can't relate to it) and it's a story about a guy who's a bit down in the dumps and lonely.
The futuristic AI part of the film is almost irrelevant as the undertones to the story are about Theodore seeking companionship, but it's always nice to the the future in movies.
Joaquin Phoenix who plays Theodore is a brilliant actor who's character reminded me of a slightly less nerdy Leonard Hofstadter from The Big Bang Theory.
In short, guy falls in love with Siri and she dumps him. 4/5