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PEE Poll: I Found Tihs Movie To Be Rather Pedestrian...
My favorite movie   -2 (22.2%)
my least favorite movie   -3 (33.3%)
I have no opinion   -4 (44.4%)
Total Voters: 9

DogDoo8

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« Reply #480 on: 11-02-2008 10:31 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2008 10:33 »

I haven't reviewed anything in a while.

Babylon A.D.

This had some kind of promis but alas it failed within the first 30 minuets.
You could tell this movie had could have been alot better and that it was alot better before who ever it was got their filthy shit hands on it with a pair of scissors and 'edited' it.
Now all that is left a film that was more, but now just a rather bad action flick.

Its really bad that Vin Desiel tried to make a kind of come back with this movie but got fucked over by the studio, director and producer and was then left to try and carry the film and do his best with what it became.

1 out of 5. Sorry Vin.
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Get Smart

Not a bad film and very glad that it was not a direct remake of the series. I think it would have failed if it had been.

The characters were pretty decent, not so much Hathaways (bit bland). Steve made 99 his own without having to rely on the old 99 style witch is one of the things I did not like about TOS of Get Smart.

Story wise, its the same old chestnut, looser gets the job the girl and the bad guys and stops nuclear catastrophe.
I don't know why but I do like Dwayne Johnson, not a bad actor and has some good parts in this movie.

I will watch this one again in a couple of months more then likely.

4 out of 5
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Journey to the Center of the Earth

I don't see why they have to remake classics if their not going to put as much efort into them as the original did.

Pretty much this movie was just made for the new 3D cinemas that are going to be popping up around the states and this movie just seems like a trial movie to see how people respond to it.

With that said this is not a travesty of a movie its does seem be a forgettable movie but not so much because it was bad but mainly that its a 'lets do it for the sake of doing it' type of movie.
Its one movie that won't have much of an audience at home as without the 3D effects its pretty bland.

2 out of 5
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Thats it for now. There are other that I will comment on that I have seen and have yet to watch.

Going to watch Benders Game now.
captjim

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« Reply #481 on: 11-02-2008 15:42 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2008 15:46 »

Futurama: Benders Game
It was all going great until they went all D&D and LOTR ripoff.

This review makes me actually want to see it now.  big grin

a knight's tale

the worst movie ever made.

confused  I don't think I've ever heard of anyone not liking A Knight's Tale.  What did you dislike about it exactly?  I'm not trying to start an argument, I'm just...  I'm really at a loss as to why you would say that.
now, perhaps saying it's the worst movie ever was going a bit far, but the entire thing was dull. it wasn't interesting, the acting wasn't good, nothing was good. nothing in it was particularly bad (the scene where the medieval people moshed to queen was terrible, it wasn't funny in the first place and dragged on forever), but nothing was good. it was boring as hell, even the jousting scenes.

but in retrospect it's not the worst movie i've ever seen, not even that close.
Books

Near Death Star Inhabitant
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« Reply #482 on: 11-02-2008 17:09 »

Knights Tale was dumb fun. Get some taste.
Heath Ledger is dead.
Spacedal11

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« Reply #483 on: 11-02-2008 20:48 »

Silent Hill

Halloween night a bunch of us watched this and 28 Days Later, I liked both of them. Needless to say I was the only girl not hiding my head into a boy's shoulder, neither were horribly scary or anything.

I've never played the Silent Hill games but it was pretty fucking intriguing. And plenty of gore to go around.

B+

28 Days Later is the shit. I love Cillian Murphy. I loved that movie. It was so beautifully done for a 'zombie' movie. It makes me want to watch other Danny Boyle movies.

A+
winna

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« Reply #484 on: 11-02-2008 20:54 »

Doesn't it star that one horrible actor thinking he's the shit, but he's really not, and then at the end of the movie he dies in a bed or something?

blade runner

THIS, in my humble opinion, IS THE BEST MOVIE EVER MADE (the director's cut, that is) 10/10

apocalypse now

THIS IS TIED FOR BEST MOVIE EVER MADE (in my humble opinion) 10/10

Agreed.  Movies definitely worth owning.... in fact, I have Bladerunner on laserdisk.... unfortunately, I don't have a laserdisk player. hmpf
Books

Near Death Star Inhabitant
Urban Legend
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« Reply #485 on: 11-02-2008 21:00 »

Agreed about Blade Runner, Apocalypse and 28 Days. Danny Boyle is arguably the most visionary director today. Sunshine is my favourite from him, Trainspotting was a bit of a disappointment though, as I saw it after those two. Can't wait for Slumdog Millionaire. Check out the trailer.
captjim

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« Reply #486 on: 11-02-2008 21:13 »

Knights Tale was dumb fun. Get some taste.
Heath Ledger is dead.
i have no problems with dumb fun (for example, i love the chronicles of riddick), but a knight's tale was just boring.

Doesn't it star that one horrible actor thinking he's the shit, but he's really not, and then at the end of the movie he dies in a bed or something?

blade runner

THIS, in my humble opinion, IS THE BEST MOVIE EVER MADE (the director's cut, that is) 10/10

apocalypse now

THIS IS TIED FOR BEST MOVIE EVER MADE (in my humble opinion) 10/10

Agreed.  Movies definitely worth owning.... in fact, I have Bladerunner on laserdisk.... unfortunately, I don't have a laserdisk player. hmpf
the two-disk ***ULTRA MASTER CUT*** version of blade runner should be only like $15 now, maybe less, it's worth picking up.

i never really liked apocalypse now redux, though. it just seems to add scenes that serve only to slow the movie down.

also, if you liked 28 days, check out 28 weeks. it's sorta different, but still really cool.
M0le

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« Reply #487 on: 11-03-2008 06:34 »
« Last Edit on: 11-03-2008 13:21 »

UHF

Hah, Weird Al shows us the amusement gained from taking advantage of a slightly mentally retarded man-child played by Micheal Richards like only he could. smile

Some of the show concepts were so good they should be pitched. Spin the wheel of fish!! laff

A

Withnail and I

The most British thing to come out of Britannia (?) since colonialism! There's only one drinking game I want to play when this is on... it's called "sit in the dark and pretend to be winna". I didn't think it was that great, but don't tell any film students I said that! They'll beat me with their pathetic, atrophied film student fists! eek

C

Falling Down

Not bad, but it felt like about half the movie was just a set piece for the other half of the movie. You spent half of the time waiting for the next "blow-up" scene. Great performances, though!

B-

Pee Wee's Big Adventure

Great opening lines throughout history: "GOOD MORNING MR BREAKFAST!!!!"

I'd have said Rowan Atkinson really let himself go if I didn't know that was Paul Reubens. What a hero! I can only presume he did ALL of his own stunts!

Overall, it was an instant classic and I hope it inspired more people to visit the Alamo. smile

"Tell me what you remember, son."
"I remember... the Alamo?"
*whooping and hollering ensues*

Genius.

A

Demon Knight

Go back to Dreamworld, Freddy Krueger! The Collector has you out-one linered for best movie bad guy!

B

Bordello of Blood

Contains the greatest use of the Ballroom Blitz in an exploding vampire hooker scene ever! Was that Dennis Miller or Dennis Leary? I forget, but his running sarcastic commentary throughout was great and appropriate.

A+

Terrorvision

I've seen worse movies.

Hahahahah, you believed me! laff

D... but I recommend it anyway.

Erik the Viking

Clean, wholesomely educational historical drama... about slaughter and pillaging. I learned a lot about Vikings and their strange customs today!

B+

Superbad

Uh, no, it was super good. confused

Actually, just reasonably good. Is it just me, or are a lot of the Judd Apatow movies all just rehashes of the same conversations? Still!

B
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #488 on: 11-04-2008 02:16 »

Kung Fu Panda
Really nice, I like watching animals do kung fu on each other and the graphics were nice and colourful, a few laughs but no belly aching ones.

B+
FishyJoe

Honorary German
Urban Legend
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« Reply #489 on: 11-04-2008 19:59 »

Paul Reubens is so easy to make fun of that people forget that Pee-Wee's Big Adventure is actually a legitimately funny movie.

Plus it has the older brother from The Wonder Years. I think pretty much everything he has been in has been great. (The Wonder Years, Back To The Future, Sidekicks)
David A

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« Reply #490 on: 11-05-2008 07:48 »

Also Liz Daily in one of her rare on-screen roles.
M0le

Space Pope
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« Reply #491 on: 11-05-2008 09:31 »
« Last Edit on: 11-05-2008 09:50 »

It goes without saying that I agree with everything you just said! Paul Reubens was a genius. Seriously.

Rashomon

Now, that's how you tell a story! Subtitles sucked, though. They should have dubbed it like in the Dragonball Z movie, that would have been hilarious! Which I'll bet was Kurosawa's intention all along... that's a secret he took to his grave.

A

Superbad

Hehe, McLovin'. Consistently funny and amusing, and it was reality blowing to see Michael Cera SWEARING! Basically, it was like Knocked Up or Pineapple Express in miniature. Probably the best of the three? I can't really remember. confused

B+

All About Eve

Brilliant ending. Why isn't this on more lists? Move over, Rosebud.

A

Annie Hall

Supposedly Woody's best, and one of the better romantic comedies I've seen. Which isn't really saying much. I dunno, was anybody else really underwhelmed by this? Unless it was Woody's intention all along, in which case: YOU WILY DEVIL, WOODY. mad

Heh, Woody. Now I get it!

C

Juno

Wasn't she just the quirkiest small town girl you've ever seen!? eek

I'd heard a lot of negative stuff about this regarding how overrated it is, and I mostly just watched it so I would understand references that the evil popular media has been saturating me with, but I dunno... I liked it when it wasn't bogged down by the quirkiness/melodrama.

B

Grindhouse: Planet Terror

It had moments of pure genius (the Machete trailer, the "missing reel" and the happy ending for the little boy) , but overall it was nothing you can't get from any other zombie movie, sans the vaguely pretentious stylised violence.

C+

12 Angry Men

Faze, you should be the one on trial here! This deserved at least an A, which superficially resembles the letter I'm about to use:

A

The Searchers

Wayne, Wayne, go away, come again another day. ...Friday cool with you?

I don't really like Westerns, but it was pretty good at holding my attention. Reminded me of The Getaway, but only a little bit.

C+

Bender's Game

Is it appropriate to review it here or in General Discussion? I'M TORN BETWEEN BEING CONFLICTED OR AT A CROSSROADS. eek

I would say that overall it was better than Bender's Score, but not quite as entertaining as The Beast With a Billion Backs. The first half seemed kind of slow and directionless, and then the second part, while amusing, was behind the zeitgeist in terms of parody. The whole thing felt really disjointed.

Still, the jokes were great (the "making a hobbit" one is the only one that's staying with me, but it was consistent) and my favourite character had his rostered fan-sating cameo, so, ANOTHER STUNNING SUCCESS.

B+

Pan's Labyrinth

Sarcasm and obnoxious facetiousness have abandoned me for greener pastures. Stunning movie. Stunning. My only regret is that I wish I'd seen this while it was still in cinemas instead of on a crummy pirated version. Mad face.

A+

Waltz With Bashir

I love animated violence! MORE! MORE!

Okay, less! Less! frown

A

Crank

For such an action packed movie, the whole thing was pretty underwhelming. Sex, drug use, and violence? Come back when you get to abstinence, temperance and pacifism. roll eyes

D

Time Bandits

Kind of weird, but in a good way.

B+

Dellamorte, Dellamore

Hah! AWESOME ZOMBIE MOVIE! Planet Terror, stop playing with yourself and START TAKING NOTES. mad

A+

Iron Man

They really didn't mess around with this adaption, did they? Short, sweet, and seminal. That was an unfortunate alliteration. hmpf

B+

The Grodfather

Epic in every way except it didn't have Steve Buscemi in it! eek

Definitely earns its reputation as a classic, and there's not really a whole lot I can say that wouldn't be redundant after that Steve Buscemi comment.

A+

The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

Bizarre documentary that really polarises me... on one hand it's a really entertaining and informative ride. On the other hand, WOULD YOU BELIEVE THOSE LOSERS. eek

B

Tales From The Darkside: The Movie

AGH! AGH! AGH! Christian Slater! Wait... and Steve Buscemi, after all? MOVIE OFFICIALLY REDEEMED INTO "BARGAIN BIN". Resembles the Creepshow and Tales From the Crypt anthologies, but not as polished.



Faze, you'll highly approve: there's wanton acts of violence against cats! Also, mummies. hmpf

C

If you hate cats: A

If you hate mummies: A+

True Romance

Agh! Slater AGAIN!? Are you just following me around!? mad

He's much less kidney punchable this time, because this was another great movie. The "Sicilian" conversation is still staying with me.

A+

The Super Mario Bros. Movie

I think I'm done here.

F

I never thought I would say this, but I'm officially sick of popular entertainment forever now. It's weird... there's movies here I can watch, but I'm just thinking "I dunno, I don't want to have to decide". It's probably a result of the Super Mario Brothers.

Until Quantum of Solace is released, I'm done with movies.



STATEMENT OFFICIALLY RETRACTED.
BirthdayClown

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« Reply #492 on: 11-05-2008 10:09 »

Did you just review every movie ever made?
hobbitboy

Sir Rank-a-Lot
Urban Legend
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« Reply #493 on: 11-05-2008 11:52 »

Did you just ask every question (that was) ever asked?

Don't hate me, Trinity.  I'm just the messenger.
chay´s head

Space Pope
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« Reply #494 on: 11-05-2008 14:56 »

No. He asked one.
ALequalsGREAT

Starship Captain
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« Reply #495 on: 11-05-2008 16:08 »

Wow, thanks for the reviews MOle, nice variety
I was going to see King of Kong after reading this article in Harper's, glad to hear it was well done.
I can't agree with you that Juno is better than Annie Hall, but make no mistake- Time Bandits is awesome big grin
tyraniak

Urban Legend
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« Reply #496 on: 11-07-2008 17:37 »

Zack and Miri

I was the only one in the theater when I saw and I thought it was very funny, seemed completely different han anything Kevin Smith ever did, like some odd Smith/Appatow hybrid

B/B+
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #497 on: 11-09-2008 01:25 »

Traitor
Don Cheadle is a religious bomb expert helping out some Islamic suicide bomber guys and the FBI are after him... or is he? Yes he is... but nothing is as it seems, woooOOOOooo!
Decent thriller but nothing special.

B
winna

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« Reply #498 on: 11-09-2008 04:23 »

Did M0le just review every movie ever made? confused
LayZ341

Professor
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« Reply #499 on: 11-09-2008 06:03 »

Role Models

McLovin reppin' Kiss-My-Anthia. big grin

B
Sine Wave

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #500 on: 11-10-2008 18:41 »

My Neighbor Totoro

If I ever need to make myself happy, this is the movie I'm going to watch. So incredibly charming.

A+
Books

Near Death Star Inhabitant
Urban Legend
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« Reply #501 on: 11-10-2008 18:47 »

* Books high five's Sine Wave for being so incredibly awesome.
All the Studio Ghibli movies are fantastic. My favourite is Nausicaa, but Totoro and Kiki's are close.
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #502 on: 11-11-2008 03:10 »

Superman: Doomsday
Superman beating the crap out of an alien guy, and then another guy who I won't reveal, but it had fights, something lacking in Superman Returns.
(Also, why did Jimmy have an earring, is he gay now?)

B+
Books

Near Death Star Inhabitant
Urban Legend
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« Reply #503 on: 11-11-2008 04:19 »

Annie Hall

I liked the Jeff Goldblum cameo.

6.5/10
km73

Space Pope
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« Reply #504 on: 11-11-2008 04:48 »

* Books high five's Sine Wave for being so incredibly awesome.

Yeah, well, I've known that since last September (07), so get to the back of the bandwagon, Books. mad




( tongue )
M0le

Space Pope
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« Reply #505 on: 11-11-2008 05:57 »

Did you just review every movie ever made?

Every movie except for How BirthdayClown Got His Groove Back! I've heard it's on every critic's "must borrow from Blockbuster and forget to return, resulting in unfortunate debt"!

Did you just ask every question (that was) ever asked?

Did you just question his question with a question?

...Did I? confused

Did M0le just review every movie ever made? confused

I DEMAND AN END TO THE QUESTIONS! mad

Quantum of Solace
I think I have to see it again, I can't really make up my mind. It wasn't as much fun as Casino Royale and it didn't really feel as epic as a Bond movie should, but it was good.

B
rach_the_tall

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« Reply #506 on: 11-11-2008 13:26 »

Manhattan is better than Annie Hall. Watch it, doubters!
Gocad

Space Pope
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« Reply #507 on: 11-11-2008 18:46 »

Quantum of Solace

Meh. That's the short version.

The long version would include some bitching about the notion that hiring some artsy director would add an inch of class to the film, but all you get in this film are one action sequence after another, filmed of course with the now obligatory shaky cam. The joke here is that I didn't found to be that annoying in the Bourne films, but in QoS is sometimes unbearable.

I understand that the producers wanted to curb back with the over-the-top theme (see Bond 20), but I'm afraid that this Bond has been redesigned so much that he's barely recognizable as Bond anymore. Sure, you could point out that he's closer to the Bond that appeared in Ian Fleming's books, but I doubt that most of those who watch the Bond films have even read those...and therefore are unable to really appreciate this change.

Come to think of it, I was disappointed in the end about QoS. If they really want to continue this series the producers then should stop hire a new director each who's determined to push Bond into a new direction at all costs.

C-
ALequalsGREAT

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« Reply #508 on: 11-11-2008 20:11 »
« Last Edit on: 11-11-2008 20:25 »

Manhattan is better than Annie Hall. Watch it, doubters!
Agreed.
Also, both > Juno
All the Studio Ghibli movies are fantastic. My favourite is Nausicaa,
Second. It is an amazing Manga read too, well worth the 7 volumes; if you haven't read it, I highly recommend ...
M0le

Space Pope
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« Reply #509 on: 11-14-2008 00:16 »
« Last Edit on: 11-14-2008 05:07 »

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

So it turns out the real treasure was knowledge? But I already KNEW that, give me gold or something to read instead!  mad

There were a few exciting moments, a few "that's just retarded" moments, and a few "laugh in sympathy" moments, but overall, I enjoyed it. The bad guys were pretty unspired though, for communists. You guys could have tried a little harder at being eccentric! hmpf

C+

2001: A Space Odyssey

Can I legitimately review this? confused

The special effects were  impressive, even by today's standards. And the infamous scene when Bowman was shutting down HAL 9000 CHILLED ME TO THE BONE. Very powerful and pathetic imagery. smile

At the same time, I don't know if it was worth sitting through almost 2 and a half hours of Kubrick's "personal best" acid trips just to see it, though. hmpf

In Bruges

Entertaining and very Oirish hitmen take the mickey out of the plot of The Dumb Waiter. It got a little bit aimless towards the end, but the acting and dialogue was great throughout the whole thing, everybody involved did a great job, and the conclusion was very nicely wrapped up. I'd recommend it over Quantum of Solace, as if you cared. smile

B+

An American Werewolf In London

This was funnier than most pure blood comedies I've seen, and it had the benefit of a werewolf decapitating somebody to sweeten the honeypot!

STAY AWAY FROM THAT HONEYPOT, BEAR. mad

A

Black Sheep

It was a blood-baaaaaaa-th! eek

Kind of average aside from the occasional savage mauling. The jokes got old very quickly. hmpf

C-

Sunset Boulevard

I think the word "droll" was conscripted into the English language PURELY for the sake of this film. A charming tale of two lives spiralling into mutual despair! smile

A
Books

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« Reply #510 on: 11-14-2008 00:25 »

Nanook of the North (the first documentary)

The dogs were really scary! Overall it was pretty interesting. Gives you new admiration for how hard Eskimo's lives are. The igloos looked cosy and they made them way better than Survivorman's igloo. The animal killings were sad frown but it's an unfortunate necessity. The interview on the DVD with his wife was really good and more compelling than the movie itself.

8/10 Worth seeing.
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #511 on: 11-15-2008 01:28 »

The Dark Knight is in the internets in great quality now, oh man I loves it, only 3 movie things bring tears to my eyes of pure awesome, Led Zeppelin DVD, Return Of The King (charge of the Rohirrim), and the end of The Dark Knight.

Well, 4 if you count the end of Schindlers List.
gudbjorg

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« Reply #512 on: 11-15-2008 01:39 »

oh yeah, charge of the Rohirrim, as you refer to it is plain beautifulness, not teardropping, but ... chillmaking...

I never seen a movie as often is theatres as The Dark Knight, three times, and better each time.
chay´s head

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« Reply #513 on: 11-15-2008 05:04 »

Everything he types is funnier now that I know he doesn't fully understand it himself. smile
Gocad

Space Pope
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« Reply #514 on: 11-15-2008 13:08 »

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Casino Royale (2006) got a lot of praise for its attempt to change the traditional Bond formula, but come to think it, OHMSS did exactly the same some 40 years ago. It's probably one of the most underrated Bonds around.

B+
gudbjorg

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #515 on: 11-15-2008 14:14 »

Everything he types is funnier now that I know he doesn't fully understand it himself. smile

Maybe not myself, but everyone else is understandable, to me.

What's with Rescue Dawn coming to theatres now?! It's over two years old.
chay´s head

Space Pope
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« Reply #516 on: 11-15-2008 15:14 »

I'm going to be really sophisticated and review a play... (It's also a movie, but that was based on the play)

The Laramie Project

Was showing at the Newtown theatre, pretty small place so the audience was probably 30-40people? My friend was in which is why i saw it the first time, but really enjoyed it so i saw it again with some other people.

It's a play about the murder of Matthew Shepherd in Laramie Wyoming in 1998 (He was gay, two guys pretended to be gay, lured him into their truck, the kidnapped him, beat him and robbed him, tied him to a fence, beat him so more and left him, he was found 18 hours later, was in a comma then died 12(ish?) days later]. The New York Tectonic .Theatre went and conducted hundreds of interviews with the residents of Laramie and kept journals of the year or so the spent there. And the play is a collection of the interviews and journal entires acted it. It was really well done, had some really creative set pieces and some good mixed media/use of projector. It got very heavy at times (the interview with the boy who found the body). It touches on a lot of different things, religion, small communities and of course homosexuality (Fred Phelps makes an appearance...) But i was a really interesting thing to watch.

I've not seen the movie, but it was written and directed by the guy who wrote and directed the play, so i assume it would be very similar, except with lots more actors playing all the roles, as apposed to 10 actors playing 60 different characters.

Bear

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« Reply #517 on: 11-17-2008 18:22 »
« Last Edit on: 11-17-2008 18:25 »

An American Werewolf In London

This was funnier than most pure blood comedies I've seen, and it had the benefit of a werewolf decapitating somebody to sweeten the honeypot!

STAY AWAY FROM THAT HONEYPOT, BEAR. mad
Thanks for the warning my fine feathered friend. (Do moles have feathers. confused)

Burn After Reading

I actually walked out of this movie. And I'm glad I did
Nixorbo

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« Reply #518 on: 11-19-2008 05:04 »

Yep, still adore Wall E
chay´s head

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« Reply #519 on: 11-19-2008 12:38 »

Something of Boris

It was good, not as good as Casino Royale i think, but it had a good car chase and a good boat chase. Also a lot of less elegant le parkour stuff. I liked the actor who played the badie, he was cool. M is awesome also, to the max. And I'm glad Felix wasn't a douche.

few things:
had something else to ask but forgot.
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