• Rate the last movie you watched - February
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Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 8/10 I like this one better. It's funnier
Four Lions - 7.5/10 Entertaining throughout, although a tad slow in some places. The humor and ineptitude of the characters was used quite well to lighten the mood in dramatic scenes. My only gripe is that some scenes dragged on a bit longer than I would have preferred, leading to a dense ~1:35 of film. The very last scene ended on a heavy note, but doesn't leave you emotionally drained. I would probably end up watching this again sometime.
I'm sorry but Four Lions was anything but slow. Then again I'm the guy who'd watch Once Upon a Time in America so who knows. :-)
[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] I watched it at 5AM and commented at 6AM, so I really didn't know what to say. Yeah, I know the whole point of the movie isn't that annoying people should die. It was an OK movie and that's why I gave it 8/10, I didn't really mean that the fact that annoying people die makes it 8/10, just tried to make the plot short.
[QUOTE=Caragolpe;35616751]man the chick on god bless america is hot is it illegal if i fap to it?[/QUOTE] She's 18
[QUOTE=Rong;35617865]Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 8/10 I like this one better. It's funnier[/QUOTE] I found it incredibly hard to follow. Maybe it's because I'm not a native english speaker, but I understood the first easily.
Is it just me or does Robert Downey Jr have very similar characters? I mean they all have such a big ego and act smartass?
Watching Battle: LA "It's coming up..." [editline]18th April 2012[/editline] Oh wow, they won pretty sudden. [editline]18th April 2012[/editline] Great. Now they're going back inside the hot zone.
[QUOTE=Timester;35622001]Is it just me or does Robert Downey Jr have very similar characters? I mean they all have such a big ego and act smartass?[/QUOTE] I think it's usually like that with many actors that get really famous for one or two good movies, all of a sudden. Everyone loved Iron Man, I guess they tried to use the same formula.
What about due date? He's in it
[QUOTE=shian;35622103]What about due date? He's in it[/QUOTE] In Due Date he has a big ego and acts like a jackass instead of a smartass.
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;35609532]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.[/QUOTE] Apparently 100% politically incorrect, with the doctor from I and martin from II are back.
[QUOTE=T-Bag-T;35600077]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[/QUOTE] Dude, it's hyperlink cinema you can't just moan about it being too much to take in because that's the point. I haven't seen that but stuff like hyperlink is what moves the times forward imo.
Swing Kids - 9/10
Just finished watching Bridge To Terabithia - 7.3 Had some fun watching, although [sp]I thought it was supposed to be a fun movie. Not some tear-jerking heart crushing drama because the kid died... :([/sp]
Jared Leto is a really good. He's amazing at both acting and singing. Now that's hard to find.
I remember watching that when it came out and I hated it because i was so confused and it made no sense I didn't even know [sp]the girl died for a while afterwards[/sp] It came out like 5 years ago or something tho so i was like 13 which i think is an ok excuse
[QUOTE=mikeyt493;35635271]I remember watching that when it came out and I hated it because i was so confused and it made no sense I didn't even know [sp]the girl died for a while afterwards[/sp] It came out like 5 years ago or something tho so i was like 13 which i think is an ok excuse[/QUOTE] I'm 21 now and although I didn't quite cry, I was sad.
I have no fucking clue what Mr nobody was about, after watching it
Going to watch "Pink Floyd: The Wall" soon. Has anyone here got an opinion on it? I've heard mixed thoughts.
[QUOTE=Dominicus;35626009]Just finished watching Bridge To Terabithia - 7.3 Had some fun watching, although [sp]I thought it was supposed to be a fun movie. Not some tear-jerking heart crushing drama because the kid died... :([/sp][/QUOTE] I thought that Bailie madison was fucking adorable in this movie.. I felt genuinely bad for her when she got her food stolen and when Jess yelled at her and such.
[QUOTE=PyroCraz3d;35638737]I thought that Bailie madison was fucking adorable in this movie.. I felt genuinely bad for her when she got her food stolen and when Jess yelled at her and such.[/QUOTE] I can only agree.
Just watched Rango, 10/10 The fucking Fear and Loathing reference, man
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;35637616]Going to watch "Pink Floyd: The Wall" soon. Has anyone here got an opinion on it? I've heard mixed thoughts.[/QUOTE] I assume you mean the film based on the music? It's great, mostly if you're a Pink Floyd fan. Otherwise you might think it a bit artsy fartsy. I don't, but then again I like films like The Wall.
[QUOTE=Pops;35643312]I assume you mean the film based on the music? It's great, mostly if you're a Pink Floyd fan. Otherwise you might think it a bit artsy fartsy. I don't, but then again I like films like The Wall.[/QUOTE] Awesome. I've listened to the album about twice all the way through, and I'm just starting to get into Pink Floyd. Wasn't allowed to listen to them as a kid because my stepfather's a total dick. He said that it was for "stoners only". I finally got my hands on it and I intend to watch it tomorrow. Hoping for the best!
Gonna watch Stalker. don't know what to expect.
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;35637616]Going to watch "Pink Floyd: The Wall" soon. Has anyone here got an opinion on it? I've heard mixed thoughts.[/QUOTE] I really liked it.
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;35643330]Awesome. I've listened to the album about twice all the way through, and I'm just starting to get into Pink Floyd. Wasn't allowed to listen to them as a kid because my stepfather's a total dick. He said that it was for "stoners only". I finally got my hands on it and I intend to watch it tomorrow. Hoping for the best![/QUOTE] That sucks, I've been listening to PF since I was practically born. Then again, my mother was a hippy...
Can I pay someone to explain Mr nobody to me.
[QUOTE=shian;35644732]Can I pay someone to explain Mr nobody to me.[/QUOTE] The boy at the trainstation is stuck between choosing his mother or his father.
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