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« Reply #120 on: 01-11-2005 15:10 »
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Originally posted by VelourFog
maybe because you missed the first 30 minutes? You missed the echo game, which kicked ass. And at least one other fight. Did you see the field part?
Yeah, I guess they must have had some better fights in the beginning, including at least one in a brothel.  Those are always fun, especially in Asia.

I remember two fight scenes in fields: Lin and Mei vs. those Imperial goons toward the middle, which was nice,* and the last fight which also took place in a meadow of some sort which then got snowed on, and kicked utter ass.

And as for my girlfriend: I failed to properly explain it to her and she thought it was an action film, which is why she was reluctant to go.  She tends to sleep through action scenes for some reason.

*I want some of those daggers, dammit!

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« Reply #121 on: 01-19-2005 06:57 »

The Phantom of the Opera

My girlfriend & I were out and about in a rare non-college excursion (neither of us has a car), and since there wasn't much appealing at the theater we were at besides this, this it was. She'd read the book, and I'm always up for a decent musical.

I was pleasantly surprised; I really enjoyed it. Though the songs get a little repetitive in parts, both lyrically and musically, the score is brilliant and the visuals are simply sumptuous. The beginning sequence where the film shifts from black and white to color as the broken chandelier rises and the opera house is restored to its former glory -- simply stunning. We both loved that part more than almost anything else, and in fact hung around the theater for 15 minutes to watch that 5 minute sequence over again.

I don't know much about opera, or what consitutes quality singing and singers, but everyone seemed to do a fine job to me, the Phantom in particular. His voice was nicely deep, with an edge of darkness and menace to it that served his character well. And since all the actors sung their own parts, it's all the more impressive for not being dubbed.

The sets are amazing, as are the costumes -- colorful, garish, and sort of fantastic and realistic at once. In any case, I liked it a lot. It's no "My Fair Lady", but it sure beats the hell out of "Grease".

B+
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« Reply #122 on: 01-19-2005 13:56 »

Rock Star

Twas ok, it really got you feeling that rock n' roll lifestyle. The plot itse;f was quite predictable, but entertaining non the less. I'd take School of Rock over this any day though...

C
FishyJoe

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« Reply #123 on: 01-19-2005 14:31 »

Every Movie Ever

Hated it.
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« Reply #124 on: 01-21-2005 12:45 »

Shawn of the dead

I don't know why people love this movie. The first 15 mins sucked balls. It started getting better and funnier in the middle, then the last 10 mins sicked balls again. I wish the people shot themselfs and turn into zombies that would have been better. C-


The Village

This movie was a tiny bit better than "Shawn of the dead". The end wasn't that good.C
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« Reply #125 on: 01-21-2005 14:26 »

Team Amelica: Wolrd Porice
Mwahahaha, crappy movement so no change from South Park stuff, same humour, which ain't bad.
Lot's of annoying cheesy American melodrama, but they do it in a way that's even more hilarious than the serious way.
Nice visuals (for puppets) although I thought the animatronic faces would be better from the little article I saw on them.
I loved the Pearl Harbour song, movie references (Samuel L Jackson: "Stop trying to hit me and hit me!"  laff ) and the hammer gag.
Anyone notice

B+
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« Reply #126 on: 01-21-2005 14:33 »

 
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Originally posted by ~FazeShift~:
[Anyone notice

Oh good, someone else saw that!  I'm not crazy!  (Well, not about that, anyway.)
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« Reply #127 on: 01-21-2005 16:13 »

Team America

Last night I watched Team America on and I thought it movie was really funny. I like all the characters especially Gary, Lisa and Spottswoode.

I think Spottswoode has the best lines from the movie:
“Suck my cock”
“Have you ever seen a man eat his own head?”

Also Gary’s “dicks, pussies and arseholes” speech made me laugh out really loud.

“Matt Damon” also makes me laugh too.

The songs were pretty good. I like Kim Jong Il’s song the best. I am sure that the kids in the U.S.A will be singing “America fuck yeah!” all the time.

The only scene that I don’t like was the bit with Gary’s puking and he lying down in the pool of his own puke. Ewww.

Yeah I really enjoyed that film and if you guys haven’t seen it yet then you should see it.

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« Reply #128 on: 01-21-2005 16:35 »

 
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Originally posted by Juliet:
I am sure that the kids in the U.S.A will be singing “America fuck yeah!” all the time.

They already are.  Furthermore, some people I know think it should be the new national anthem.
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« Reply #129 on: 01-22-2005 18:37 »

 
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Originally posted by ~FazeShift~:
Anyone notice

I didn't notice that but I did notice this:

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« Reply #130 on: 01-23-2005 11:25 »

Oh yeah, I think I saw that too.
I was pissed off when the big Matrix fight in Kim Jong Ils palace was cut for some reason, either that or the film skipped a big bit or something, which it appeared to do.
Either it was really bad cutting or terrible projection, the sound was crappy too for a while.  no no
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« Reply #131 on: 01-23-2005 11:53 »

the "You are worf-wess Awec Barwin" song near the end of the credits is so damn funny. laff
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« Reply #132 on: 01-23-2005 17:31 »

A Simple Plan
Three brothers go off into the woods, and accidentally find over 4 million dollars. They develop a simple plan, which all goes to hell getting worse and worse throughout the movie. It's very gripping, and quite intense in places. Not perfect, but good stuff...

B-
VelourFog

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« Reply #133 on: 01-30-2005 15:21 »
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why doesn't anyone review movies anymore? you want me to cry, is that it?

well, I actually liked Anchorman. It was funny and I laughed a lot more than I expected. If I knew it was this decent, I would have seen it in the theater, instead of giving all my theater dollars to crap like "The Day After Tomorrow" (not my choice). Anyway, I rented the "uncut" version, and was worried that it's be too annoyingly full of jim carrey movie style idiot humor. It seemed okay to me. I liked the random animation sequence as substitute for sex scene. Christina Applegate was way better than I expected, and I agree with Jeff that Steve Carell formerly of the Daily Show was hilarious. He was so adorable riding that bear.

B

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« Reply #134 on: 01-30-2005 15:26 »

Anchorman is out the buy on DVD tomorrow and I want to get it.
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« Reply #135 on: 02-09-2005 03:34 »

Wedding Date was cute.
Hide and Seek was lame. (although Dakota Fanning kicked major ass, i can't wait to see her in War of the Worlds)
Kill Bill was meh.
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« Reply #136 on: 02-11-2005 02:09 »

Kung Fu Hustle

Stephen Chow + Old school kung fu + New school "GGI Fu" + Zany characters = A heck of a blockbuster.

A
Felt a bit short/incomplete since most of the budget went into the CGI effects.
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« Reply #137 on: 02-11-2005 15:35 »
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Pauly shore is dead
This was really good movie, it was shocking! The best part of the movie was when Pauly Shore "die". Also the part when Andy Dick said that Pauly Shore was playing with his asshole.
B


Shark tale
This move was too much of a rip off of Finding Nemo. It's like Finding Nemo in the hood. Some of it also reminded me of A Bugs Life. The CGI was really poorly done.
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« Reply #138 on: 02-11-2005 18:42 »
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Brazil
Hmmm, great film, slightly surreal at times, some really good bits in it.
I liked when Ian Holm was watching his workers  but as soon as he goes into his office, everyone starts watching TV.   laff
Just like in real life.

Pryce and DeNiro were great, the stormtroopers and the theme tune was cool too.

Funny note, I was listening to a bit of the audio commentary and I found it difficult to keep up with Terry Gilliam because he was talking so fast... then I noticed I had the DVD on 1.5x speed, heh.

A
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« Reply #139 on: 02-15-2005 20:29 »
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Originally posted by FishyJoe:
Every Movie Ever

Hated it.

Ah, man, now I get to laugh for hours.

Edit:  meh, I'm done.  But I have a real review.  I saw Resident Evil: Apocalypse the other day.  I was expecting this film to plummet straight through the bottom of the barrel and destroy all my preconceptions about how bad a film could be, but I was pleasantly surprised.  It sucked, but I found myself enjoying it.  It had enough points of contact with the second game to hold my attention, and the acting was godawful, but no worse than in the game, so I kind of accepted it as part of the Resident Evil scheme. 

And I could never stay mad at Milla Jovovich.  Iy yiy yiy yiy yiy.  Man, I like her.  She has a bunch of poorly choreographed and edited fight scenes in this movie, but man is it great to watch her move.  She fights nothing like a girl.  Everybody's putting kung fu in Hollywood movies these days, but all the actors move like puppets, and the girls especially move like girls trying to fight.  Carrie Anne Moss in the Matrix movies did not look as if she knew a stitch of kung fu, or had ever been in a fight before.  But my Milla has got the moves.  You have to know what to look for to see it, but she's a fighter.  I'd fight her any day.
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« Reply #140 on: 02-15-2005 21:02 »
« Last Edit on: 02-16-2005 00:00 »

Ung Bak
Like most martial arts moves, great fight scenes, god awful story and acting. I liked when the guy who was in a wheel chair for the entire movie got knocked to the floor, kneeled up himself, picked up a sledgemhammer, and somehow had the strengh to beat another man with it. You have to wonder, what the fuck could he be in a wheel chair for if he still has the strength to kneel straight up, and the stamina to repeatidly swing a sledge hammer over his head?   tongue

Great fight scenes as I said before, though. Especially the organized fighting in the night club

B But it gets that only because it has quite possobly the best kung fu action ever. Had I been basing it on story/acting rather than fighting/story/acting it would have easily gotten a C-.
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« Reply #141 on: 02-15-2005 23:15 »

Sideways

Not nearly as good as all the hype implies that it should be.  It did have a few laughs in it, but other than that, it's just okay.  The characters aren't really that likable.  See it at a cheap theater if you must see it.  C-

Finding Neverland

I was expecting this to be pretty good, and it ended up being better than I had expected.  Loved all the imagination scenes, and Depp delivers the usual great performance, as did the other actors.  Brought back fond memories of my own childhood when my best friend and I would experience our imaginations as the children did with Barrie.  Also brought me near the point of crying at the end, something no other movie besides Pay it Forward has done.  I recommend it strongly.  A-
evan

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« Reply #142 on: 02-17-2005 21:57 »

Napoleon Dynamite:

There is a force more sinister than any other evil out there. It is extremely powerful, because it makes usually well-balanced kids think this piece of shit movie is "funny."

D-
Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #143 on: 02-18-2005 03:29 »

evan: It's funny because it isn't.

As Terry Pratchett would put it, it is so unfunny that it has passed boringness and gone out the other side into negative funny.

Also, unlike most movies, it seems like it could actually have just happened.  Nothing's contrived, just random, just like in real life, there's a hell of a lot of dead air, just like in real life, and everybody's an utter moron, including the hero, just like in real life.  It also doesn't stick to the plot, just like real life.

And it probably cost about $600 to make, so I don't even know why I defend it, everyone involved in it has made a massive profit already.
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« Reply #144 on: 02-18-2005 10:17 »

And there's a reason why we don't watch real life through the eyes of a moron. Because it's not interesting.

There was perhaps 20 minutes of dialogue stretched out for an 80 minute movie. A good hour of that could easily have been cut.
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« Reply #145 on: 02-18-2005 20:49 »

I just realised Loaded Weapon is one of the best movies ever, it has Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Lovitz, William Shatner, Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Bruce Willis getting blown up AND Phil Hartman doing standup.  eek

A+ x 1 million
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« Reply #146 on: 02-20-2005 05:29 »
« Last Edit on: 02-20-2005 05:29 »

SAW

I just got saw on DVD and its amazing. It just shows that you don't need a big budget and star cast to make a great horror/triller. I know that many will refuse to watch it thinking that it is too gory or intense but don't let the advertising fool you, it is a lot tamer than it looks.
The story is superb and the ending is as good as anything Shyamalan can throw at you.
And don't believe some other reviews that there are a catalogue of unanswered questions, I can't see any!

9/10  Definatly THE best horror so far this millenium!
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« Reply #147 on: 02-20-2005 05:46 »

YES!!! i so totally agree Davids!!! i fucking love that movie. im not sure whether i order it through amazon, or wait for it to come out in Oz land. its funny though my other most favorite movie at the moment is Garden State, quite a contrast.
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« Reply #148 on: 02-20-2005 10:22 »

 I agree with Velourfog (she was way back up there) about Anchorman I loved it. Especially the
[maybe possibly spoiler forpoeple who want everything to be a suprise you know who you are]
The Afternoon delight scene. Sooooo out of context i loved it!!!!! I give it a B+   
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« Reply #149 on: 02-20-2005 10:51 »

 
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And there's a reason why we don't watch real life through the eyes of a moron. Because it's not interesting.

There was perhaps 20 minutes of dialogue stretched out for an 80 minute movie. A good hour of that could easily have been cut.

People like Napoleon Dynamite because he's a lovable loser.  And losers want to be lovable.  So they see themselves in him, even though in real life being a loser is probably not very glamorous.  All these hipsters running around wanting to have Napoleon's babies are probably not talking to people who look like him on the street. 

I don't identify with the weird loser who draws unicorns on his binder; my teenage years were more like Wayne's World, so I was vaguely irritated by the movie, but it grew on me.  Mostly because they were so dead on with the loser mannerisms, and I used to know people like that.  Also, I liked how Napoleon and Pedro stared straight ahead whenever they talked to each other. 

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« Reply #150 on: 02-20-2005 17:02 »

Spongebob Movie

It was meh. Began well, got boring, and then tedious. Still funny in places...

C
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« Reply #151 on: 02-20-2005 17:13 »

I liked the INCREADABLES really good not little kid at all! Loved Edna... what ever her name is  something like that   
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« Reply #152 on: 02-20-2005 20:12 »

Just saw Constantine.
Loved it. I’m not a big critic of movies, I just know what I like and what interests me. The story line was great in my mind. The special effects weren’t as bad as I thought they’d be, the acting pretty good from what I can tell (say what you want about Keanu, but I don’t have too much of a problem there), and the direction was interesting.  Good for a few chuckles too.  I didn’t mind the supposedly unnecessary stuff, but even if I did, it wouldn’t take much away. I don’t know much about movie standards, but I think Constantine is surely worth checking out. I was kind of pissed at the end though, being the sap that I am  wink

A- 

On Napoleon Dynamite: I thought Napoleon Dynamite was good for a laugh or two... not a serious good movie, just something to watch for fun.  It was pretty plotless and stuff but I thought that wasn’t bad for a pretty meaningless movie.
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« Reply #153 on: 02-21-2005 19:25 »
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The only problem I have with Napoleon Dynamite is that it's waaaay too popular now. When it came out, I saw it the day it came out, and I thought it was hilarious, but no one saw it. After it came out on DVD, I can't turn a corner without hearing "Tina you fat lard, eat it!" and frankly, it pisses me off. I'm the kind of person that hates things after it gets too popular :/
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« Reply #154 on: 02-22-2005 17:46 »

Hitch
Not to good, not to bad, just alright. B-

Tommy Boy
Awesomly funny! Really makes me feel sad Chris Farely is dead. A
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« Reply #155 on: 02-25-2005 05:08 »

The following is my review of Ong Bak in its entirety:

Tony Jaa is fucking sick.
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« Reply #156 on: 02-25-2005 22:33 »
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Hotel Rwanda

I saw it last night. It was a great film. Its like the Rwandan schindlers list. Those hutu's where freaking me out. You would think the first thing the rwandan police would do is shut down that propaganda radio station that issued the call for genocide. Don cheadle was great.

A++++
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« Reply #157 on: 02-27-2005 02:08 »
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Movies off the top of my head:

The Grudge
I didn't like that you were confused that it had many flashbacks. Freaky though. It was better than what people have said. B+

The Incredibles
Saw this flick with a friend. I was curious about this movie so I sorta wanted to see it. Friend loved it, I hated it to bits. I have yet to see what people liked about it. The villan was weird. So what if Graig Kannear was in it. I don't give a rats ass abot him. That was something that John Pazzonni pointed out and I can't stop saying "I don't care" about that. Very curious to see what was the big bang about it. Shrek 2 was better than that. I only know 2 other people who agree with me. I even warned a friend about it and she said I was right. D+ I'm being way too nice just because other peeps liked it, A BLOODY F

Hitch
I think I've missed something. I thought that the plot was Smith plays guy who teaches men how to date properly. But when Smith falls in love his stuff goes wrong. NO! Something flew over my head cause I didn't see that in the movie. The only thing that saved it for me was Albert and Algera. Maybe I should see it again unless I'm not the only one who feels this way. C

White Noise
I know I'm last to say this but in 2000, we saw dead people, in 2005, we hear them. White Noise doesn't compare with The Sixth Sense. It wasn't worthy. But that wasn't that bad of a movie. Weird plot and ending though. B-

Son of the Mask
I think I'm the only one who actually saw this movie, on opening day too. I will say it now, IT BLEW CAUSE IT DIDN'T HAVE ANY RELATION TO THE ORIGINAL MASK. But it was a great movie! I loved it. Jamie, cute and adorable, the dog, well he's a dog hegets extra points just for that. The CGI was pretty crappy. The last 2 minutes, the dialouge of the last 2 minutes was really not needed. It was definitally a different Mask movie and probably isn't worth saying it compares to the original. But I thought it was good. And I'm sorry that not a lot of people -except for the members of Jamie Kennedy's forum- were pleased. My critic grade: C+ , My grade in personal choice: A-

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
BEST MOVIE OF 04. That says enough. No JC wasn't his normal crazy self but he was great. I loved that movie. A+

Shark Tale
Just because people think I'm weird cause I prefered this movie to The Incredibles. That damn shrimp I want to hurt. Good movie, I like that it had a more human related realtion than just fish. I'll admit that this was in a way a ripoff of Finding Nemo -Nemo you can go to hell-. Good movie. Yes this is what seperates me from the normal nerds. B

Shrek 2
I was disappointed. Not the best movie sequel. Son of the Mask I liked more. Shrek 2 has made me lose respect for these movies. That's a shame too cause I loved Shrek. Tisk tisk. I didn't laugh as hard or anything. Donkey saved it. But he didn't save it well. Tisk tisk, really that's the best way to say that. C

The Butterfly Effect
THE SECOND BEST MOVIE OF 04. You see above what was #1. Seriously, I don't like Ashton Kutcher. I'm not a brainwashed dumb bitch. But this was a great movie, I cried and was surprised with the movie. I think the only other movie that shocked me was Halloween Ressurrection, but that was because they killed Jamie Lee Curtis. Great movie. A+

The Village
Saw this movie with an older friend. It was a great movie to make fun of. We threw popcorn at people and cackled in the middle of it. I dislike that you don't know if Mr. Pheonix dies or lives at the end. I love that he's talking to Adrien -whatever the last name is- and Adrien stabs him and Pheonix doesn't realize it. Than he looks down and is all "oh, I seem to have a knife in my gut. I think I'll fall over and groan in pain now so Ivy will beat the shit out of this guy and fall for me". Cracked me up. C+

Meet the Fockers
I do not like Ben Stiller. Why? I have no fucking clue. The only movie I have EVER liked him in was Zoolander. Yeah that was because he reminded me of Fry, stupid but sweet and he nevers plays that kind of character. I hated that baby. Than I hate kids in general. Ben Stiller and the baby made me dislike the movie. Barbara, Dustin, the humping dog, loved. B

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunit Events
I'm on the 10th book right now and the movie does change the mystery part of the book. But Sunny -the baby- was my favorite! I hate kids as I said above, but I absolutly loved her! She's not as sarcastic and witty in the books though which I'm a little upset about. Good movie, bends the book as always. A-

Spider-Man 2
I'm liking that these movies are spread out. It's not like some movies that are squished together and you dislike them. Good sequel. I like that there will only be 3 so that they'll be equally good. A

I, Robot
Huge disappointment. Way too complicated for me and I didn't like it. Sad. C-

Surprisingly, I'd like to see Million Dollar Baby, Ray, and The Aviator. This is the first time that I've wanted to see more than one movie that's been nominated for an Oscar. If and when I see these movies, I'll decided whether the Oscars did justice this year. Damn LOTR!
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« Reply #158 on: 02-27-2005 02:40 »
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I saw Hotel Rwanda too. It was pretty...strong. A.

Oh, and my moron friends decided to get some movie because it had to do with paintball....
Splat!
Ugh. My friends rented this because they like paintball. They loved it.
You might as well call it Generic_Sporting_Movie1
You start off with a crappy team. Said team enters a competition. Said team sucks. 1 Member quits said bad team. Allknowingwiseman comes along and teaches said crappy team.
Team wins competition.
There is barely a plot.
I kinda like paintball, and those scenes were...ok. The rest was terrible.
D.
note: you probably won't see splat in the movie store anyway. so don't worry about it.
davids

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« Reply #159 on: 02-27-2005 03:49 »

Some of my scores (in bold) are quite different to yours - but the world would be boring if everyone liked the same things. I'm sure there are some people that liked Gigli.....maybe......somewher e......in secret

The Grudge B+ C
Just not scary enough to be a good film, better than the ring though

The Incredibles F A+
The best Pixar film so far and quite possibly the best animated film of all time! Fantastic!

White Noise B- B
A good mystery film and great scares but a really crap ending that leaves too many questions unanswered. Disappointing.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind A+ C+ Good performances, but I just didn't connect with the story and didn't really care.

Shark Tale B B
The worst of the dreamworks CGI movies but still OK, if you can put up with Will Smith's over-confident voice for two hours

Shrek 2 C A+
The comedy is weaker than the first but the characters and story is stronger, plus it has a great soundtrack and excellent performances.

The Butterfly Effect A+ C-
Way too long to be enjoyable and a really poor performance by Ashton Kutcher make this an effort to watch. Good idea, rubbish film

The Village C+ A
The directors best so far. Its creepy, scary, twisty and (for me) unpredictable.

Meet the Fockers B A-
Better than the first mainly because it doesn't make me as uncomfortable and it has an inspired performance by Dustin Hoffman

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunit Events A- C
Didn't like this at all, Carrey was great, as always, but under used.

Spider-Man 2 A F
Awful. I hated it. The first film had the right mix of action and romance (3:1) This is just a love film about a guy who has some features of a spider.(1:5)

I, Robot C- A
Easily one of the best action films of last year. The effects are great, the story is great and the mystery is great, what more can i say.

The Day After Tomorrow A+
I think this is one of the greatest films ever made, its in my top 3, I just love evrything about it. Eye-popping!
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