• Rate the last movie you watched - February
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[QUOTE=Joppari;35593021]i accidently once fapped to this movie i was on redtube like 3 years ago then i was searching for random porn and then i was like meh and then i was like this shit is kinky, i had no idea what was going on and no idea that it was Salo, though I had heard of the movie before, so there i'm fapping and then suddenly they start to eat shit and im like wtf, i skip few parts and was like meh i can finish off to this and so i did latthen i found out it was Salo or 120 days of sodom, and then the whole situation was awkward[/QUOTE] I've not seen this film but you must be into some weird shit
Cabin in the Woods, 10/10. What an awesome movie.
[QUOTE=GhostProject;35594340][b]Goodfellas[/b] - 9.8/10[/QUOTE] I can watch that movie over and over and never get fed up
most Scorsese movies i can watch over without getting fed up.
Just finished watching Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows - 9.5/10 God, do I love Law and Downey. Together they make this movie so much better than any other pair of actors could have. I do feel that the the movie came to a rather slow start but after that I had the best of times. The slight references to the books makes it all the better.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows was a decent action flick, but it is nowhere near a 9.5/10. I might give it a 6.
[QUOTE=sp00ks;35598743]Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows was a decent action flick, but it is nowhere near a 9.5/10. I might give it a 6.[/QUOTE] To each his own, I guess.
John Carter: 4/10 It was just so fucking stupid, I'm sorry but, holy shit, I did like the effects though, but everything else was meh. Wraith of the Titans 3D: 7/10 3D is a gimmick, the only bit in 3D was the credits, overall terrible. Cool action and crap but it was still pretty meh, butchered the mythology and shit as well.
[B]127 Hours - 9/10[/B] The most intense 100 minutes of a dude stuck in a canyon I've ever seen. The cinematography, editing and music are fantastic and just fit so well together. Everything else is great as well.
Contagion - 4/10 Attempted to make you follow far too many stories. The only person I actually had some small sense of investment in was Matt Damon's character, and that's because he was the only person I saw actually effected by the disease. It just left me feeling quite empty. I think there were 5 plots or so going on at once that were somewhat connected, but none of them explored enough to really validate a reaction from me. Some actions by characters felt odd because of how little we knew about them and that part of the story. In fact, I had to ask whether or not somebody had actually died because it skitted about so much I wasn't quite sure. However, the music, editing, photography and acting were decent from what I recall. I watched this film with a cold, constantly coughing and sneezing, although that didn't really aid immersion
The Haunting (1963) - 10/10 Wow that was intense. If there ever needed to be proof that you can make an effective horror film with literally no gore then this is it. It was also a great movie. Would recommend, a lot.
[QUOTE=draugur;35599652]John Carter: 4/10 It was just so fucking stupid, I'm sorry but, holy shit, I did like the effects though, but everything else was meh. Wraith of the Titans 3D: 7/10 3D is a gimmick, the only bit in 3D was the credits, overall terrible. Cool action and crap but it was still pretty meh, butchered the mythology and shit as well.[/QUOTE] Is this for real?
The Music Room - 7/10 quite sad but the music scenes are all so entertaining to watch, I could watch it again for those. shows a man's love for music (above all else) in a sensitive way. second satyajit ray film I've seen, I need to see more.
The Cabin in the Woods. 7/10 A really great un-spoof of the traditional horror movie :) Only detracting element was that a few of the actors were lacking. Beyond that, greatness!
Rango - 8/10 It was genuinely entertaining, the jokes and references were smart, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Letters to God- 10/10 I genuinely cried the last half of the film. This movie is extremely emotional.
[b]Scarface[/b] (1983) - 9.5/10 A couple of my friends tried to turn me off from watching Scarface, but I really wanted to watch it anyways. I've seen a couple of scenes here and there, and I don't know why I didn't watch the full movie sooner. It's a great tale of rags to riches, and I'm sure everyone in this thread knows how it goes. The story is both fantastic and tragic, and it's another great crime-action movie I love.
God Bless America - 6/10 Expected more, I felt like I had seen this movie dozens of times already. Nowhere near as good as World's Greatest Dad.
How's this [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Young_Victoria[/url] [editline]18th April 2012[/editline] Heard this one is good too [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsfjXNMQt8I[/url]
The Cabin in the Woods - 8.5/10 It was a hell of a lot funnier than I was expecting, it is a shame the horror element relied mostly on jump scares though.
i just read the entire story of human centipede 2 on wikipedia and i feel sick as fuck i wonder if someday i'll be able to watch these fucked up movies without vomiting.
[QUOTE=Caragolpe;35609481]i just read the entire story of human centipede 2 on wikipedia and i feel sick as fuck i wonder if someday i'll be able to watch these fucked up movies without vomiting.[/QUOTE] I didn't enjoy The Human Centipede movies, but then again, I knew what I was getting into. I wonder what Tom Six is planning for Part III.
A lot of people I know watched The Last Exorcism on t.v the other day, I didn't because the advert for it made me jump while I was watching Homeland (it was a jump scare with no prior warning whatsoever). They've relayed the story to me since and I would award the film a "why would anyone watch this / 10"
I just saw a screening of Pirates! Band of Misfits followed by a Q&A with the director, Peter Lord (who also directed Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run.) It was a cute movie, had some clever laughs though the story was rather predictable. I'm really excited, though. [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7333627/PeterLord.jpg[/t] I got a signed autographed poster from the director, this makes me way too happy because Wallace and Gromit was one of my favorite things from my childhood.
God Bless America 8/10 A good movie where lots of annoying people die.
[QUOTE=Hattiwatti;35616386]A good movie where lots of annoying people die.[/QUOTE] I haven't watched it, but isn't this the point that the author is making fun of? Like, "people thinking that annoying people should die is a stupid thing" is, apparently, the point of the movie (or so I was told), and the whole film is a satire but again, I haven't seen it, so I don't know if this is really the movie's intention. that's still a stupid reason though
man the chick on god bless america is hot is it illegal if i fap to it? [editline]18th April 2012[/editline] yes she is 18 im not gettin arrested
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35616425]I haven't watched it, but isn't this the point that the author is making fun of? Like, "people thinking that annoying people should die is a stupid thing" is, apparently, the point of the movie (or so I was told), and the whole film is a satire but again, I haven't seen it, so I don't know if this is really the movie's intention. that's still a stupid reason though[/QUOTE] Either way a lot of people will enjoy it.
I know they will, but it saddens me that they'll enjoy it for the "wrong" reason
Cabin In The Woods 8.5/10 Now that was entertaining! Kept throwing curve balls, but came together very well. Had the perfect blend of laughs, tension and actual moments you were cheering.
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