Atom User Reviews for Shaft
Samuel L is a legend! So hilarious!
Movie is great! Funny and action packed! Great cast,good story line! Worth the ticket price! Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Roundtree are Legends!!
The movie was funny 😂. I loved it. I would go see it again.
Like a 4 year old with a crayon wrote the script
Non-stop laughter. Great movie. Loved it!
I love Samuel L Jackson!!!!
That movie was Hilarious
This movie is so so funny, from the jump it starts out with action. Samuel Jackson, is an amazing actor. This movie is totally amazing.
Great for Father's Day Weekend
great father son film
I really love this movie. It was a great film. The critics are all wrong about this movie. It was really relatable and I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. The whole cast was great and played really well off each other. If you're black no matter what generation you are, there are relatable sayings and parts in this movie.
Loved every bit of this movie and didn’t want to see it end. Enjoyed Samuel L Jackson’s style portraying Shaft. Everyone seems to be offended with his language in betraying women but it’s Shaft not Mary Poppins. This is Shaft.
This movie was funny from start to finish. GOOD JOB GUYS I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED!!
A private eye who's a sex machine to all the chicks, as the song went back in 1971, isn't exactly tailor-made to 2019. The new Shaft plays with that tension but yields mixed results, in an action comedy that's neither consistently funny nor especially exciting, despite Samuel L. Jackson's second stab at the part.
To listen to Jackson doing street talk is akin to reveling in Olivier reciting Shakespeare — in other words, it's one of the great pleasures of the language. Edit the film down to his dialogue and you have a wonderful greatest hits collection.
Tim Story takes a classic movie franchise and drains it of all the action, sex and topicality that made it worth revisiting in the first place. Jackson, Roundtree and Usher have star power to spare but they’re asked to perform embarrassing and ignorant comedy routines, and the action is so unremarkable that the movie can’t even rely on that spectacle to compensate.