Andy_90's_generation Posted March 12, 2015 Posted March 12, 2015 I've read a couple of reviews online and they make me a little sad...I think the general impression is that they don't think Home will make that much money and isn't as good as something like How To Train Your Dragon or Kung Fu Panda. One prediction said they thought it would tank as they didn't expect it to make back what it cost to produce it. One review even called Jim's performance "grating"! But I think that some industry reviews are bound to be more cynical than the reactions of normal people, especially people with kids. One thing I read said that though it may not be as profound or stunning as some of those other movies, that kids will like it and may easily pick up on certain lines or phrases. I'm waiting to see the reviews when it really comes out, though, and opens to general people. All I know is, I'm going to be standing in line on opening day. I don't have anything going on that Friday, so I'm going to see it as soon as I get off work! Opening weekend box office is really important. Do you guys think Jim pays attention to the reviews, and if they are not so good it makes him sad? I mean, i don't know how important for an actor is the eye of the critics, he has already done his job, the rest is responsibility of the studio, IMO. I remember in that wonderful interview for SAG foundation one of the questions of the audience was what does he says to himself when he has done a "bad job", and he responded something like acting was so precious and intimate to him, he would accept he did it wrong but wouldn't stop to think too much into that, like he would kinda shrug it off. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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