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Batman & Robin is on G4, this is another one that is so awful that it is hilarious
Exit Humanity - a zombie tale set in the south right after the Civil War.
The acting is as lifeless as the walking dead, the pace is as plodding as a zombie.* The only people in it that I ever saw before were Dee Wallace and Stephen McHattie, picking up the premium payments for their Medicare Part B. There is no explanation for why Brian Cox (Super Troopers) as the narrator, sounds nothing like the character who plays him as a younger man. DANGER, WILL ROBINSON!
*see what I did there?
-1, who knew somebody loved this horrible movie?
The title blocks are well done, I'll give you that.
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I grew up on drive-in movies.
PSA - do not even think about watching Buried with Ryan Reynolds. I wanted to slit my wrists (and I'm a huge Ryan Reynolds fan).
Directed by Joseph Vilsmaier. With Dominique Horwitz, Thomas Kretschmann, Sebastian Rudolph, Dana V, as seen through the eyes of German officer Hans von Witzland and his battalion.
The endings of the two Sherlocks have been somewhat weak. I think this may have run its course.
Recently watched "The Limey"
Great revenge flick.
Official movie trailer of "The Limey".
I've been watching "Black Swan" casually. This strikes me as a movie I should watch with 100% attention. I saw Mila Kunis go down on Natalie Portman, so I think I can sleep peacefully tonight. Pretty confused at the moment.
What movie would SATerp not watch?
You're a fucking sadist.
Yeah, I pass on that. But in a similar vein, I enjoyed this:
Directed by Phil Claydon. With Paul McGann, James Corden, MyAnna Buring, Silvia Colloca. Their women having been enslaved by the local pack of lesbian vampires thanks to an ancient curse, the remaining menfolk of a rural town send two hapless young lads out onto the moors as a sacrifice.
The Saint. It's hard to believe that this was a good decision for Val Kilmer (over Batman & Robin) seeing as how terrible it was. Thank God no sequel was made.
You need to watch it like 50 times to fully appreciate it. It's an absolute masterpiece.
Was it normal Val Kilmer or bloated rehab Kilmer?
Project X - nearly unwatchable. I'm not sure if it was even a movie, but I unfortunately allowed my date to pick this gem.
The Other Guys
As much as there is hate for Marky Mark, for some reason he can work these comedies and there were a ton of unexpected hilarious moments (Gator, Dirty Mike, Old GF crazy husband). B+
30 Minutes or Less
You are looking for Danny McBride in this one and you get a decent performance from him, couple of crack ups. Ansari does a decent side kick role, but Eisenburg and Swardson are just ho-hum. C+
21 Jump Street - pretty damn funny. Tatum had some great lines.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Normal Val. This was after Batman forever where many thought he'd be a star. The Saint did a nice job of ending that thought.
watching the game right now, cant tell if it is a really good movie or awful.
I thought The Saint was entertaining, and Elisabeth Shue is attractive.
The Hunter with William Dafoe, it was pretty good. Kind of an under the radar indie flick. It was released a couple weeks ago on dvd and it's on netflix as well.
The game is great. I catch it every time I can - last time in belgium on the only english channel on TV
yea, first time i saw it i loved it, made my friend watch it and he hated it and we are usually 100% on when it comes to movies. i definitely think its solid.
Watching The Hangover -- Rachel Harris looks really good with dark hair.
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