Written September 01, 2014
The idea for this movie was a great idea, in the future, the way to kill someone off and get rid of all evidence was to teleport them back through time 30 years earlier, and upon arrival back, there would be a person called a Looper who would be there waiting at that exact time to kill the person and dispose of their body .... In the case of the movie, the character comes upon his future self, and in shock did not complete his mission, and the story begins. There was plenty of action in the movie, and the acting itself was really good. There were a few little faults with the movie, to me it got confusing in a few scenes, they tried to make a little bit of comedy out of one villian, which didnt fit the movie, and was poor acting on that villian. I would like to add, there is a kid in this movie, who did a tremendous job of acting, he is one of them kids that can leave you with chills from his actions/acting in the movie. I'd give this movie 3 out of 4 stars myself, enjoy :)
Written October 02, 2012
The movie was quite entertaining and met my expectations. It contains an adequate amount of action with a storyline that triggers curiosity and emotion for its audiences. In addition, the actors and actresses portrayed their roles well.
Written September 30, 2012
This exceeded my expectations & JGL, Willis & Blunt were amazing while Jeff Daniels provided some comic relief. Brilliantly written with every detail in place! I absolutely love Rian Johnson & loved Brick...both are so detailed that viewing more than once is essential. Go watch this film for mind blowing entertainment! This reminded me of Terminator-as I loved that movie as well, but this had a little less panic, anxiety & more story development which I enjoyed altho extremely violent.
Written August 27, 2014
Bruce Willis is always fine, but the movie was great even if he wasn't a lead. It was exciting and kept me guessing .... sometimes totally lost, but I loved it anyway.
The child was amazing!!!! Memories of an oldie but goodie of Stephen King "Firestarter" with Drew Barrymore as a child who had powers to start fires. This young boy should go far. I am sure we will see him again soon.
Written September 29, 2012
Thoughtful, provocative and well-done sci-fi with multiple twists. Looper is much more than a shoot 'em up vehicle for the stars. It gets under your skin, nags at your expectations, and leaves you after the theater wanting to talk it through, think it through. It's adult sci-fi.