Complete & total garbage, another name that rhymes with sitter would have been more appropriate. I've seen a lot of bad movies in my life and this one ranks right up there with some of the worst I have ever seen.
The Dark Knight Rises.
Why isn't it December yet? I want to watch the Hobbit
Office Space. Still as classic as ever. Anyone see the movie Mike Judge did recently?
I already felt that two movies was pushing it, but three? I mean I'm excited to see whatever they come up with (I'm a big fan of their LOTR trilogy), but there's not a lot of source material with the Hobbit when compared to LOTR, and they don't have the rights to all of Tolkein's works (at least not The Silmarillion), plus they've already created at least one new character already to help pad things out. The more they deviate, the more nervous I get. But maybe it'll all be fine. :)
Then again, they originally shot Helm's Deep with Arwin there. :zip:
Wow. Looks like it really IS going to be three movies now:
The way Peter Jackson explains it has me excited.
Who would have ever thought back in 2003 that the Hobbit would generate THREE MORE frickin' movies.
I'm glad that it's being made by all of the same people as LOTR, though. I love me some continuity when the stories are supposed to be happening in the same universe/storyline.
Like with Batman, re-casting (due to scheduling conflicts) Rachel Dawes will always bug me. Would have had more of an impact to see Katie Holmes in TDK.
Got around to watching The Innkeepers..... not bad/not good, just kind of there. Basically a ghost story about a haunted hotel with better character development than the slasher flicks. While I appreciate a story over absolute gross out movies this one still is pretty slow and relied too heavily on jump scares.
Im interested in the running time now that there is three films for 1 book. The Highly trilogy that is.
This Means War - not a bad chick flick.
Watched Hellboy again. Those movies are seriously underrated, perfect blend of big stunts and explosions you expect from a superhero flick with a bunch of snark and genuinely funny stuff. Ron Perlman as Hellboy's just genius casting.
Guiellmero Del Toro made it though, can't expect anything but just awesome. Pacific Rim's going to be stellar.
21 Jump Street.
This is odd, I didn't hate it nearly as much as I thought I would. I also loved all of the cameo's of the old cast members.
God I'm old.
I used to watch 21 jump street when it was live. :(
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The Hunger Games - Though I found about a third of it somewhat entertaining, it's a pretty bad movie. Like they decided to do really obvious, less dynamic rip-offs of Battle Royale and The Truman Show, and thought, "That's enough for a movie." I guess there was some stuff cut to fit the running time (though it's still super long); can't tell whether that's character stuff that ends up sounding hilariously corny in the movie or thematic stuff that becomes dully obvious. I will give props to Jennifer Lawrence and especially Stanley Tucci, who was the only one who made the ridiculously hideous costume/art direction work. I found the love angle to be slightly more toned down than I expected (considering the demo) but it wasn't explored enough to be interesting. Not even getting into the poor effects or unskilled world-building, this movie was just lame, sometimes unintentionally hilarious (Heal him with the soup!), but lame.
Stanley Tucci seriously kills every single thing he's in. I don't think he could carry his own movie or anything necessarily, but he's really underappreciated.
Ice Age 4 - its starting to get to the point where it feels like they're just milking it for all they got with this franchise....
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance - I was expecting it to be bad...and it delivered - terrible overall - don't really know why I made myself suffer by sitting through it till the end...
Sherlock Holmes 2 - so far watched only the first half of it and it feels like it is all over the place - can't say I'm so inclined to watch the rest of this disaster
The Dark Knight Rises - finally a good movie after all this crap I've watched recently. Loved the tone of the movie but for a movie about Batman, I would've liked to see more of Batman on the screen...