It was not an enjoyable film.
It was not an enjoyable film.
Love this movie. Very hard to follow, but I think I understood it by the end of the movie.
Lance + Starting SG = Awesome
Now really free Lance!
Been watching 21 days of Bond on G4. Loving this. Today starts Roger Moore, who I feel gets a bad rap and is actually a pretty good Bond. Though today's movie, Live and Let Die, is very weird...
Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.
So the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" is PG13. That sucks. So much for it being anything other than the next Miracle.
It was actually pretty good. There is no depth to the story or the characters and the movie completely goes off the rails in the last 15 minutes or so. But I most admit I was completely engrossed, it held my attention the whole time. It was interesting and exciting as they were trying to locate a car as it traveled around LA.
I would recommend the movie. Just don't think too much, just enjoy the ride.
"Hermanos" found it on nextflix, I didn't even know that it was a venezuelan film, good movie overall, they did a good job in finding actors that can actually play soccer unlike "Goal".
I also went to the movie theater last week and watched "Jack the giant slayer", the reviews are not that good for some reason but in my opinion the movie was good.
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Evil Dead (original). Never seen it before. Well done.
If you haven't seen Evil Dead 2 you better get cracking. Oh, and throw in Dead Alive for good measure. http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=...ail&FORM=VIRE1
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You know how hippos are made out to be sweet and silly, like big cows, but are actually extremely dangerous and can kill you with stunning brutality? The Pacers are the NBA's hippos....Matt Moore CBS Sports....
But I will try to catch Evil Dead 2 if/when I can. I wish it was on Netflix streaming like the 1st one is.
Actually, a lot of Welshy 's reviews are pretty good.
Saw an advanced Screening of The Call
Overall a good movie not sure how I felt about the ending though.
I might have been in the audience with you. Wednesday night 96th street.
The last 20 minutes oif the movie almost ruined the whole movie for me, but the first hour or so was excellent, so overall I still liked the movie.
It seems like when Peter Jackson has run out of ideas, he just puts something really gross to look at on screen. Like The Lovely Bones.
Rewatched Sugarman. Still smiling like a little baby by the end.
Jack Reacher gets like a 4/10. It's completely preposterous and honestly pretty bad, but hell, Tom Cruise really sells it and Warner Herzong as a Siberian prisoner that ate off like 7 of his own fingers? C'mon.
Evil Dead 2. Really goofy.
Oz the great and powerful. On a side note for whatever reason whenever he smiles in this movie James Franco looks a lot like George Hill or vice versa.
Anyway I know that this hasn't been getting the best of reviews but I actually liked it. I went in without knowing anything about it and believe it or not in my entire life I have never seen the Wizard of Oz. I have seen the musical "Wicked" which was great btw.
I know what a chick flick is not, it is not a gross out comedy (although was Bridesmaids a chick flick?) it is not an action movie, it is not a super hero movie, it is not a blood and gore horror movie or any kind of violent movie. But what about a drama like Lincoln - probably not.
Is s chick flick a romantic comedy? is it a tear-jerker? Silver Linings was a romantic comedy, but also a serious drama - that to me would qualify it as a chick flick. Although the major difference is perhaps it is really well done. So I tend to think a movie that is a romantic comedy and or a serious drama that isn't any good ia a chick flick but a well done movie in the same genre is not.
A chick flick is derogatory, I do know that.