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Yeah, that got reviewed earlier in this thread. Strange movie.
Thought it might have.
Anyone ever heard of/watch some of Takashi Miike's movies? One of them use to be on Netflix streaming (Ichi the Killer), not sure if it still is. He's definitely the epitome of all kinds of messed up.
The Conspirator. I liked it a lot, highly recommend.
Friends with benefits
It was decent, except that wouldn't happen if it was Mila Kunis and JTT
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
Nightshift. LOL at how 80s this comedy is.
Oh man, I liked that movie.
We saw Tower Heist on PPV the other night. I'd like my 4.99 back please.
Double- not epic, but a nice little thriller
In Time- as said above, had some interesting concepts, was a decent sci Fi flick
Ides of March- wasn't really looking forward to it, but it was excellent, funnier than I thought it would be
The Double was ridiculously awful. Like unbelievably so. Assuming we're both talking about the movie with Richard Gere/Topher Grace.
Maybe I just had low expectations because I had never heard of it, but I found it to be entertaining. Not like a must-see, but a good way to kill an hour and a half.
Ichi the Killer is a HORRIBLE movie. A movie made only to offend and with no actual quality.
Audition, on the other hand, is fantastic. Watch that movie without reading ANYTHING about it or even looking at the cover.
It is on one of those movie channels a lot also. My friend told me about it so I made sure to check it out one night
I can't say that I understood Audition, other than her being incredibly messed up. Hard Candy, otoh, came through loud and clear. Am I bad because I thought Ellen Page was hot?
Our Idiot Brother. Not gut-busting funny, but pretty good.
Kill List - a couple of hit men come across some weird shit going down.
Starts slow, but the last half hour is pretty eventful.
Red State - movie was definitely not what I expected though after reading its Wiki page, I wish they kept the original ending. Kevin Smith really should stick to comedies as the movie was all over the place.
On my last business trip:
50/50 - I really liked it, thought Seth Rogen was not too far over the top and the story I thought was done just right
The Big Year - Steve Martin, Jack Black, Owen Wilson...it was ok, in other words a plane movie that would kill 90 minutes
In Time - The Justin Timberlake sci fi movie...I like the premise, but it was average at best
Anonymous - the whole premise that Shakespeare did not write all or any of the plays, it was ok
Moneyball - very good, thought the acting was superb and they did not screw up the sports side that usually happens in these movies
Getting ready for my flight to Asia, so I will get another 24 hours of movie time coming up over the next two weeks :)
Jackie Robinson isn't dirty. This isn't Pack Pride.
Another one who liked Contagion. I really appreciated how all the star performances were pretty muted in service to the story line. Plus felt a little schadenfeude (sic) at seeing Matt Damon looking a little doughy. Paltrow in the flashbacks looking better as she ages.
Liar Liar was on last night, and that's a good movie. Just noticed for the first time that Maurice Levy is one of the lawyers in the conference room when Jim Carrey shits all over everyone, made me LOL.
I wouldn't say horrible, but a couple of his movies like Ichi (Gozu, Visitor Q), are made for the sole purpose of pushing the comfort level of the audience. He also has a pretty sadistic way of expressing his overall theme. But that's the interesting part. Even with all the gore and sexual perversion, he still has a message he's trying to convey.
I GOT IT!
take live tuna fish and feed them mayonnaise....oh this is great
With that said, everyone should watch Sukiyaki Western Django. It's a spaghetti western, with Japanese actors, trying to talk in English. Also, Quentin Tarantino's in the movie. It's pretty hilarious/entertaining.
Just watched Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind again. It's amazing how powerful that movie can be depending on where you are in life.
wtf with the stupid pic signature?
HOF Michael Keaton
Watched In Time last night. The wife and I both seriously considered baling on it halfway through but stuck with it. It was a decent premise with a story that couldn't progress without plot hole after plot hole.
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