Atom User Reviews for Gemini Man
It was an amazing movie!
Wanted to see a 3D+ HFR format just for the experience
3D High Frame Rate. Truly an AWESOME experience!! Fluid, sharp, realistic , action-packed cinematography!!
Worth a watch but nothing I’d buy
Saw it in 3d it was A ok movie but the best 3d i have seen !
Movie was way better than I even expected !! Would definitely see it twice !
I don’t really like action movies all that much but I really enjoyed watching this movie would definitely recommend watching it
You know you like Will Smith... but it’s like a Denzel type of movie in his older days. Your gonna get Will peppered and fresh prince all in one. How can you hate it. Hope his next one is a serious drama like my favorite movie 7 pounds or the pursuit!! I will def be there
I had to wait 20 minutes to have food delivered and 2 times me going there to complain
weak story line second film could build on characters more allowing us to connect
A must see!
Made me think and feel like it had deeper meaning. I love it
Will Smith was amazing in this movie!
solid action film. solid performances. Fantastic CGI on young Will Smith.
Lee has already made another movie in high frame rate, and seems to have a solid handle on how to use it to his advantage. “HFR” makes water and cityscapes look spectacular, and Gemini Man has plenty of both. And it makes action scenes even more visceral, especially ones that utilize long takes to allow for a lot of movement through the frame towards and away from the camera. There’s a long take of Smith’s character riding a motorcycle in Colombia that will go down in history as one of the coolest bike stunts ever.
Smith, to his credit, comes closest to selling the screenplay’s grandiose nonsense — that is, after all, a movie star’s job, and the movie works best, to the extent it works at all, as a reflection on his 30-year career.
Seen at 60 frames per second (fps) on 3D-Plus (2K resolution), Ang Lee’s action spectacular Gemini Man proved a compulsive watch: not for the usual ingredients of can’t-look-away Hollywood cinema such as acting – Will Smith takes a dual role - or plot, both of which fell a little flat, and seemed almost wilfully generic. As a viewing experience, though, this picture delivers as a prototype of future action film-making.