• Rate the last movie you watched - February
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Clockwork Orange. Jesus that was a weird movie.
American Psycho: 9/10 Brilliant.
[QUOTE='[GRiM];34548416']Clockwork Orange. Jesus that was a weird movie.[/QUOTE] clockwork orange ain't got shit on weird. well now anyway.
the shining four and a half pocornstars of five golden apples.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - probably the best movie I've seen in the last, I dont know, 5 years or so/10
My Name Is Bruce (2007) If it wasn't for Bruce Campbell and the total meta-ness of the plot this would probably sit on like a 5 but I have to knock it up to maybe a 7 because of Bruce Campbell and I liked his role. Worth watching if you're a Campbell fan, if you've not heard of Bruce Campbell/seen his films I can't see this being appreciated very much. Good amount of nice laughs in it as well.
the grey 7.5/10
Just re-watched Aladdin. It has some of the best Disney songs, in my opinion. Plus, watching it now that I'm older, I get a lot more of the references they made, or a lot more of the subtler things I didn't notice as a kid. As in, the fact that the sultan says Allah a lot, how stereotypical the portrayal of the narrator is at the beginning, lots of things. 9.5/10 Before that I watched Lilo and Stitch, Lion King, Mulan and Hercules, hahaha. My friends are going through all the Disney movies and re-watching them
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;34549005]The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - probably the best movie I've seen in the last, I dont know, 5 years or so/10[/QUOTE] Must not watch a lot of movies.
[QUOTE=Warriorx4;34550464]Must not watch a lot of movies.[/QUOTE] I don't know about it being the best movie of the past 5 years, but it's one of my favorite movies of 2011.
[QUOTE=Warriorx4;34550464]Must not watch a lot of movies.[/QUOTE] well, it was better than anything in 2011 (say whatever you want, I like it much more than drive), 2010 (inception was good, but I wouldn't include it in my top 10 or anything), 2009 (inglourious basterds or district 9 are nowhere near as good as this), 2008 (Dark knight? nope), 2007 (the bourne ultimatum and no country for old men are great, though) unless you meant movies I watched, instead of movies released
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;34550607]well, it was better than anything in 2011 (say whatever you want, I like it much more than drive), 2010 (inception was good, but I wouldn't include it in my top 10 or anything), 2009 (inglourious basterds or district 9 are nowhere near as good as this), 2008 (Dark knight? nope), 2007 (the bourne ultimatum and no country for old men are great, though) unless you meant movies I watched, instead of movies released[/QUOTE] Yeah it sounded as though you meant better than ANY movie you watched in 5 years.
[B]Star Trek (2009) - 9~10/10[/B] The Jump scene is my fav. the soundtrack is really great too it has great actors which I admire and I really like J.J. Abrams work. I could go on but you get the point I really like this movie. Hopes for a great sequel!
[QUOTE=AK'z;34550985]Yeah it sounded as though you meant better than ANY movie you watched in 5 years.[/QUOTE] Bad wording I guess. Also, fun fact: I thought it was a completely different movie when I went to watch it, they translated the title to "The Men who didn't love Women" (I don't even), so I didn't even know that it was the same movies you guys were talking so much about
The Grey 8/10
[QUOTE=Newbienice99;34550177]Just re-watched Aladdin. It has some of the best Disney songs, in my opinion. [/QUOTE] ARABIANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NIGHHHHHHHHHHHTSSSSSSSS is like arabian DAAAAAAAAAAAAYSSSSSSSS
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;34551413]Bad wording I guess. Also, fun fact: I thought it was a completely different movie when I went to watch it, they translated the title to "The Men who didn't love Women" (I don't even), so I didn't even know that it was the same movies you guys were talking so much about[/QUOTE] [IMG]http://flagdog.facepunchstudios.com/img/16x11/BR.png[/IMG] was reading about it, then thought "hey this plot sounds similar" and turns out it was the girl with the derg tattoo iirc its named like that because of the book series
Just saw Woman in Black. It doesn't feel like a modern horror movie, which is a great plus as those tend to annoy me with cheap scares among other audience milking techniques. The acting was good and it was tightly paced, the visual work was fantastic. If the movie interested you even slightly, check it out.
Rubber [b]oh god why?/10[/b] Reservoir Dogs [b]10/10[/b]
The Rum Diary 7/10
I think they named it here like that too. When I saw the title I was like "isn't this the name of other book?".
The Grey: 10/10 Oh god, that was so intense. I haven't seen a movie in theaters that good since Star Trek. First time I ever cried in a movie. Ending was perfect, no idea what everyone's complaining about.
[QUOTE=FoodStuffs;34548293]toy story three is just as good as the rest of them. personally i love the first and third the best, the second is just a tiny bit lesser on the scale than both.[/QUOTE] nope sorry, the toy story films are as good as the order they are in with a dramatic drop for the third
[QUOTE=Rusty100;34540118]I grew up with the Toy Story movies and I thought Toy Story 3 had a pretty boring story and tried too hard to be emotional riding solely of nostalgia when in reality, the story just wasn't very good. The movie feels like a wash, like it didn't have much content. I liked the previous two films, that's one of the reasons I [i]didn't[/i] like the third one. I don't know why so many fans of the series loved this film, it was an unabashed attempt to win people over with forced sadness and nostalgia. Oh yeah I guess that's why so many fans of the previous films liked it.[/QUOTE] you're really pretentious did you know that
[QUOTE=Rediscover;34554618]you're really pretentious did you know that[/QUOTE] He's just stating his opinion, jeez...
Rubber: 3.263653535/5 It made me laugh, it was a very.... unique... concept, and it was weird. I like weird. [editline]5th February 2012[/editline] Wall-E: 4.7/5 First off, I liked how even though it was animated, they put in little things to make it look like it was filmed (Lens flare, Cinematic lighting, camera would temporarily go out of focus..). I liked how well the story was told with little dialog.I thought it was very well done.
[QUOTE=Rediscover;34554618]you're really pretentious did you know that[/QUOTE] i don't think that's at all pretentious though. if i were pretentious i'd exclusively love french cinema by obscure directors or some shit you know. well that's an extreme example, but i absolutely love a lot of films you'd consider mainstream and successful like fight club and the dark knight and shit like that. if i'm so pretentious how come i thought real steel was pretty alright (for what it was)
Anonymous - 9.5/10 Surprisingly enjoyable. Great story.
[QUOTE=Jake_Steel;34553454]Rubber [b]oh god why?/10[/b][/QUOTE] mediocre movie, but what an awesome soundtrack [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPwurHIANoA[/media]
[QUOTE=Rediscover;34554618]you're really pretentious did you know that[/QUOTE] everyone who moans about rusty needs a baby's bottle..
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