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Picked up Godfather 1 and 2 for Saturday.
Can't fucking wait. I haven't seen these movies in like 3 years.
I recommend it. It's a fun watch. Unlike alot of "found footage" movies they seem to provide better justification than most for why the cameras are still rolling while all kinds of action is going on. Cool special effects, good sci-fi stuff. In the last 20 minutes or so there's alot more action and it doesn't totally seem to make sense, but overall I still give this movie my seal of approval. Most importantly, Wallace from The Wire gives an excellent performance.
Watched Adjustment Bureau. Just know it's a chick flick disguised as a Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Action film.
Wife made me sit through Titanic again. One long movie. While contemplating mixing Drano with my Crystal Light somewhere during the first half hour, it dawned on me that the first half of Full Metal Jacket and the last half of Titanic would make one fine flick.
Also watched The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Enoyed it. They way it kept going towards the end though I almost thought it was drifting right into The Girl Who Played with Fire.
Watched Aliens with the kid last night. It was about the 80th time I've seen it, but it was pretty cool to watch it through his eyes. Yeah, I get sappy like that. Fuck you. Also kind of funny that Aliens doesn't scare him at all but he can't make it through an entire episode of Scooby Doo without hiding his eyes from the terror.
That's just because a cartoon Scooby Doo is a more believable actor than Bill Paxton.
I am currently watching Bucky Larson. There is nothing redeeming about it at all. Yet I have been laughing the entire movie.
After watching Fassbender steal the show in Prometheus, I finally watched X-Men: First Class. Damn, that was a good movie and easily the best thing from last year's summer (though I liked Planet of the Apes as well). I'd watch Shame next, but I'm afraid that half of the movie is Fassbender's cock.
I saw 28 Days Later Friday night and was pleasantly surprised. Different twist on the zombie movie. Really liked it.
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The only redeeming thing about it is Christina Ricci. Otherwise its one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
Speaking of terrible movies, I watched Howard the Duck today for the first time in like 20 years.
Finally saw Avatar as its been playing on FX recently. Pretty but not a good movie.
Transporter 3 - hey, Jason Statham!
Now, in this one, he had to interact with a female, and his shortcomings in the field of actorness were revealed. He's really a lousy 'leading man' when he has to pretend he's interested in the chick. Short of his being teh ghey, I've never seen such complete lack of chemistry, though she was wrapped all over him.
And speaking of the female lead, I thought at first she was really clowny - clown red hair, 7 quadrillion freckles, and an accent that made everything she said sound like it was in the original Ukrainian. But through the course of the movie, she grew on me, and I kind of liked her by the end.
Take Shelter - pretty good.
Moon - really good.
saw a few flicks
lost in translation- decent enough and scarlett johansson in that movie omg
somers town- about an hour and 15 minute long british movie about two teen boys (one a polish immigrant) obsessing over a waitress and doing oddball jobs in black and white. Really good only if you are a movie aficionado.
piranha 3d- Tits and gore, what else do you need? shouldnt have watched this before bed though.
The sequel, 28 weeks later, is also worth a watch
Just got around to watching Hall Pass, Due Date and Horrible Bosses. I mention them all together because they're basically varying degrees of the same movie - not very good, a few chuckle-worthy lines here and there, but interesting enough to hold your attention for one viewing.
And then there was The Hangover II....I was so distraught last year when it got such shitty reviews, because the first was a legit classic. But I do remember thinking that people claiming that it sucked because it was the exact same movie were being a little harsh because that's exactly what I'd want! Well, this movie sucked so hard because it was the exact same fucking movie! I'm legitimately pissed off how lazy they were putting this one together. Just a complete money grab. But then for some reason I watched it again the next day.
best part of hangover 2 was the photos during the credits
dong scene was the funniest part in hall pass
Horrible Bosses was funnier than it should've been.
Drive kind of sucked
how? if you were expecting a super action film, probably. but it's not an acton movie.
That was part of it, but it's not that I was expecting it, it was they made it seem like it was going to be in the first 15 minutes.
Also, the script kind of blew
Safe House - Denzel movies are definitely on the decline. This was like a 2nd rate Bourne flick, but with Ryan Reynolds. I identified the antagonist early in the movie.
Dragon Tattoo - Good flick even if you read the book. Thumbs up to Rooney Mara for completely going for it, sex scenes and all.
The Tunnel, an Australian horror movie that's a cross between Blair Witch Project, and The Descent. Not good, not bad.
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