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asianlightning

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« Reply #160 on: 05-23-2003 14:37 »

This weekend I watched "Croupier" and "The Fast Runner," both of which were excellent.
Future Angel
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« Reply #161 on: 05-23-2003 15:24 »
« Last Edit on: 05-23-2003 15:24 »

Bruce Almighty
Saw it last night, it's one of the funniest movies I've seen it the last while. One part had me laughing so hard I could barely breathe and another guy at work had tears in his eyes.

And about those credits for The Matrix Reloaded, you should try having to stand at the theater door and wait for 7 minutes after seeing the credits a hundred times. I practically fall asleep everytime I go into a Matrix theater and I think I know those credits by heart.
wu_konguk

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« Reply #162 on: 05-25-2003 10:07 »

The Matrix Reloaded
Alright I tried to go into this movie with no preconseptions so I could reveiw it fairly enough. Yet I'm sorry to say that this film did not impress me.
Some critiques who reviewed this film in magazines said that this film had a complex plot. I've got to say they are wrong the plot is fairly simplistic. It tries to be complex but does not live up to the gradure it tries to create for itself.
I thought the differences shown between the people of Zion (spelling? as if I care) and the artificial Matrix was interesting butI do nto feel the moive fully explored certain elements to a level that would of made it interesting.

Okey let's face it the Matix was never going to have an amazing story line (don't worry I'm ranted out at the moment). So let's get to the effects and the action.

The effects have certainly improved since the last movie (the Agent Smith fight was impressive
) this said I had a few problems with the action. The fights where well cheorographed but their pace was ruined by an excessive use of bullet time. The effect is a good one but it was used far to much often ruining the sequence.

It was not only the pace of the fights that I felt was wrong I also felt that greneral pacing of the film was off.

All in all I'm going to say that some will enjoy this movie. That said I emplore those peopel to look for other films to broaden their perspective on this film.

Rank c
Melllvar

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« Reply #163 on: 05-25-2003 22:16 »

The Matrix Reloaded
Remember the imaginative shortfall, people.

I thought the film was really good, and furthered the plot from the first film.  As we're fully aware, there's no way that this can surpass the original (that surpassed The Phantom Menace with the element of surprise).  However, there was needless exposition at the beginning, once we got the the action, the movie cranked up several gears.  Then it delivers, in spades.

Looking forward to November.

28 Days Later....
Cool movie.  The opening scenes in the barran London were cool, and it created the right sense of paranoia regarding virus epidemics.  Sorta the British Resident Evil.
Kipper

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« Reply #164 on: 05-25-2003 22:27 »

 
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Originally posted by Future Angel:
Bruce Almighty
Saw it last night, it's one of the funniest movies I've seen it the last while. One part had me laughing so hard I could barely breathe and another guy at work had tears in his eyes.

I saw it on friday, it is the best movie!!!.......i love the part when he makes the other guy say all this weird stuff like "eofjeodj je k eo jd iej oep...blablabalblablabbla" to kick the guy off the show so bruce could get the anchor position <--sry if this is hard to understand.....its really hard to explain

BumbleBeeTheta

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« Reply #165 on: 05-26-2003 02:16 »
« Last Edit on: 05-26-2003 02:16 »

You'd have to strap me down to a chair and threaten to take away my DVDs for me to watch "Bruce Almighty."  From the reviews I've read, it does have its laughs, but mostly from goofy gags we've seen in the trailer, but it also tries to be serious, which comes off as awkward.  Of course, I happen to have an affection for stoopid comedies like "Zoolander" and "Sugar + Spice."

Anyway, this weekend I saw two movies:
Matrix Reloaded
I enjoyed myself when I saw it the Thursday it came out, but I loved it much more the second time.  Superb.  How drool-inducing is that car chase?!
Score: A

Down With Love
I admit it.  I'm a big fan of 60's movies.  I love old campy horror films and I went nuts for Todd Haynes' "Far From Heaven."  However, "Down With Love" far exceeded my expectations.  The script is very witty and never takes itself seriously; it's not trying to be anything besides a throwback to screwball Doris Day and Rock Hudson comedies.  Ewan McGregor is wonderful as the dashing Catcher Block and plays Zip Martin, the farm boy astronaut, with the utmost adorable-ness.  Renee Zellweger was quite funny as the over-confident feminist Barbara Novak, but the real scene-stealer is David Hyde Pierce as the (sort of) gay sidekick.  Rachel Dratch and Chris Parnell also have nice supporting roles.  The film's design is very 60's with bright, bold colors everywhere and ridiculously gorgeous costumes.  The music is also very nostalgic and I especially loved McGregor and Zellweger's only song, played over the credits.  The storyline is simple enough, but the film makes it seem more complex with plenty of twirls and a nearly-360 degree twist towards the end.  McGregor's response to the twist is priceless.  There are also some nice bits including a convo about sock length, which Catcher's secretary thinks is about penis size, and a split screen phone call ala "Austin Powers."  While it's a bit of a chick flick, I have a feeling guys would find it quite funny too.
Score: A (One of my favorite movies now!)

Who is Agent Codename: Dragonfly?
Juliet

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« Reply #166 on: 05-26-2003 16:38 »

I see there there are good reveiws for Bruce Almighty

Anyway I saw Matrix Reloadedand I thought it was really cool.

DrThunder88

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« Reply #167 on: 05-26-2003 23:44 »

Bruce Almighty

This wasn't my favorite movie in the "God is benevolent and we're whiney bitches"-genre, for a couple of reasons.  First of all, It's a Wonderful Life occupies the top spot with Signs coming in a close second.  Secondly, Jim Carrey was just a bit too over the top, even for him.  If I had been in Tom Shadyac's shoes, I might have gone for an actor without the inherent slapstick nature that seems to accompany Jim Carrey in every film he's in.  I actually think the film would have been vastly improved if Carrey would have made Bruce Nolan a little more like Truman Burbank and a little less like Ace Ventura.  Some of his antics, like the jumbling of Evan Baxter's (Steven Carell) newscast, were hilarious, but it was really hard to take him seriously for the other 115 minutes.

The long and short of it: Another Jim Carrey movie...what more can I say?
OC_James

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« Reply #168 on: 06-04-2003 21:11 »
« Last Edit on: 06-05-2003 00:00 »

I liked this movie...when it was called The Deliverance!

I recently made the mistake of going to see Wrong Turn. Now, I'm a fan of teen slasher flicks (well not really) but this movie was just stupid. The movie is like a mix of the Deliverance and The Blair Witch Project but not as good. The actors seem to be confused half the time and the killers are really just in-bred mountain men (this is not a spoiler. It's pointed out at the beginning of the movie) which considering I have family down south I could see just about anytime I wanted to without having to pay money. It features some nice cutting people up and eating them scenes which is nice but I could see that in a movie with an actual plot. Another thing on my regret list:

Went and saw run turn when I could've seen Better Luck Tommorrow Again.
Just Chris

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« Reply #169 on: 06-04-2003 21:50 »

I saw The Italian Job this weekend, and say for the most part it's good. It's a bit slow at the beginning (after the first heist is over) but then the plot (mostly about revenge) takes a backseat to some more action. Seth Green provides good comic relief as the computer wiz of the crew, especially with the tainted background that he reveals. There are also some nice car chases with the Mini Coopers. The action scenes dragged on a bit but still worth watching on full admission.
Future Angel
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« Reply #170 on: 06-05-2003 18:27 »
« Last Edit on: 06-06-2003 00:00 »

I saw Lizzie Mcguire (hey, it was free), Finding Nemo and Wrong Turn all with in 24 hours last week.

Lizzie was definatly not the best movie I've seen, and I don't know what to say about Wrong Turn expect     puke

Finding Nemo on the other hand pushed Monsters, Inc. out of #1 in My favorite Pixar movie list. Every guest who sees it tells me it's a great movie. And the teaser for The Incredibles, well that remined me a bit to much of  a certain character and I had tears in my eyes it was so funny.

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2 Fast 2 Furious
I didn't really want to see this movie even though I like actions flicks and cars, and I haven't seen the first one, but I thought I'd go just because it's a big movie and lots of guests will ask me how it is (and I don't want to have to answer that I haven't seen it like I had to with LotR). I thought it was great. All the cars were sweet, especially the scene from the trailer with the cars coming out of the garage. It was a lot better than I thought it would be.


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Venus

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« Reply #171 on: 06-08-2003 03:33 »
« Last Edit on: 06-08-2003 03:33 »

FINDING NEMO

i saw it three times within the first week. The third time was free though and i was taking a friend who hadn't seen it yet. But god, i love that movie. it's my 2nd fav animated movie ever. Lilo & Stitch still holding my #1 slot. The animation is so realistic. Theres a jellyfish scene that's just mindblowing to watch its so real. And some of the above water exterier shots are so photo realistic i actually thought they were real footage at first. The voice acting was dead on. it felt just so natural i had never been so impressed by voice acting before.
the story itself was heartbreaking yet hysterical. Your always either laughing, crying, or wearing your oh s#!t face for pretty much the whole movie. The opening sequence alone was enough to traumatize me severely.
Grim

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« Reply #172 on: 06-08-2003 04:54 »

I saw 2fast 2 furious last night.

All I can say is CRAP!
complete crap cakes. The story line and ESPECIALLY the ending were so Money Train. so many times u see the car get damaged and then in the next shot it is fixed again.

Nothing but a grab for cash, and it certainly grabbed mine  frown
Gocad

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« Reply #173 on: 06-08-2003 16:29 »

Hero

Great film, the same story, which takes place in ancient China, is told from different perspectives and only the in the end the truth is uncovered.
Great Fighting sequences, IMO better than any Matrix, a very colorful film that made me almost shed a tear or two...

Almost!  tongue
evan

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« Reply #174 on: 06-09-2003 01:33 »

Quick run-down of films I've recently seen. Too lazy to do real reviews. If you're interested, I'll expand.

Frailty:
An underrated horror movie. Bill Paxton is visited by "angels" and is instructed to slay the wicked. He tries to convince his sons that his slaughter is alright. Matthew McConahey plays the grown-up version of one of them. B+

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys: Yet another coming of age story, but this one stars Kierian Culkin and some kid who I could have sworn I go to college with, but it's not him. It deals with comic books, though, and the Catholic Church. B

S1m0ne:
Al Pacino is a director. He creates the first completely computer generated celebrity. People are dumb. They fall in love with her. He becomes obsessed with fame and doesn't tell the truth about his actress. By. The. Numbers. C

About Schmidt:
Jack Nicholson plays Kevin Spacey's character in "American Beauty" in his 60s. Sad and completely depressing. Strongly worth a recommendation, but not if you're old or feel like you've never accomplished anything in your life. A-
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #175 on: 06-09-2003 22:56 »

The Others An ok movie that had a lame ass ending.
D-


"Sweet Guinea Pig of Winnipeg!"
Future Angel
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« Reply #176 on: 06-13-2003 15:43 »

Dumb & Dumberer
When Harry Met Lloyd


Well, I wasn't expecting much considering Harry and Lloyd were played by two no-names. But the movie was pretty good, but definatly not great. The guys that played Harry and Lloyd were IMO pretty good actors. I liked Lewis (the mascot kid). But my favorite parts had to be Eugene Levey's and definatley Bob Sagat's parts. 6/10
Juliet

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« Reply #177 on: 06-13-2003 16:00 »

Dumb & Dumberer When Harry Met Lloyd

I thought the movie was crap. it is not as good as the first one. and the acter that plays Lloyd acts really bad. He thinks he the new Jim Carrey but he is not.

homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #178 on: 06-13-2003 16:10 »

Why the hell would anyone see a movie sequel without the same people that where in the first one? That is just stupid,

And what else is stupid is Joe Somebody this movie is to darn predictable.
grunka_lunka

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« Reply #179 on: 06-13-2003 23:39 »

well, i already wrote a long rant about THE MATRIX RELOADED on another board, so i'll suffice by saying i didn't like it too much; i give it about a C+.
but i LOVED X2: X-MEN UNITED. far more humble than the overdone, pretentious matrix sequel, it was far more compelling as well; even the most outlandish of characters retained a certain quality that made them real. the social context is more subtle here, not shoved upon the audience as in (you guessed it) the matrix reloaded. but x-men 2 still displaye plenty of flash without getting carried away. and unlike the first one, every character is fully fleshed out and has their own purpose. the film manages to juggle many characters and storylines while never slowing in pace. it's visually dazzling; but the images and actions themselves are what you notice, rather than the fancy CGI work which sort of blends in. (must....resist....desire to compare to the matrix reloaded....) anyway great movie go see it if you haven't already...oh yeah i'll give it....an A-.
Future Angel
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« Reply #180 on: 06-20-2003 11:33 »

Hulk
Personally, I thought it was comedic gold. Half the time we were laughing. A lot of the Hulk scenes look lke they are computer animated, although when Bruce is transforming into Hulk it looks good.  His first transformation into Hulk is pretty dull, and at least 45 minutes inato the movie. There were actually quite a few parts when I thought I was going to fall asleep (but then again it may be because the movie started at midnight and finished at 2:30). Overall, I guess it's a 8/10.
Australian Guy

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« Reply #181 on: 06-20-2003 11:42 »

8/10 for a Mediocre review?
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #182 on: 06-20-2003 15:27 »

Aussie Guy, I give your last comment 2 thumbs up, it was rubbish.

The Matrix Reloaded
Awesome if not a bit cheesy and too serious at times. I loved Link when he shouts "YESSSSS!!!" after the awesome car sequence.
And where can I get some of that orgasm cake the Morovingion had?  laff
Fight scenes were very cool and thanks to the Final Flight of the Osiris and Enter the Matrix I understood the whole picture a bit better except for the Architect, he's gay.
Juliet

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« Reply #183 on: 06-21-2003 14:33 »

Bruce Almighty

Jim Carrey was funny as ever and he was kind of sweet on the emotional parts. I would love to have god powers like him. I could do whatever I want. Morgan Freeman was excellent as God and Jennifer Aniston is good too.

FishyJoe

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« Reply #184 on: 06-22-2003 01:48 »
« Last Edit on: 06-22-2003 01:48 »

Old School

Had a few laughs, but it was stupid. Really stupid. Not stupid in a good way, either.

Jackass

Funnier than I expected. I've never sat through a full episode of the show--hearing other people talk about it, it sounds like it has some funny/outrageous gags, but I always manage to catch it during the boring filler segments.

The movie has a good assortment of homo-erotic bits, and "guys doing something extremely dangerous" bits. I'm shocked that none of those guys have been killed yet.
Kipper

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« Reply #185 on: 06-22-2003 02:07 »

Finging Nemo
i loved it! love It was really orginal, had a good plot, had very funny and interesting characters, Very unpredictable, had a cute ending smile, and was funny to boot!

Dory reminds me of myself because i forget like everything all the time and is sometimes very very slow big grin....she is by far my fav character!

i think pixar took a good idea and made it great smile Pixar has made so many great movies like toy story and monsters inc. i am deffinately going to go see this movie again!!

no matter what age you all are you guys have to go see this.......its by far my favorite disney movie and i know you guys will love it too!!! i give it a 10/10!! smile

Squeezit

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« Reply #186 on: 06-22-2003 02:34 »

Crouching Tiger Hidden Hulk

First off--the previews. The Cat in the Hat movie looks like it has potential. The trailer made me laugh. Or it might be so completley hyper-screaming that I want to throw things at it.

The Peter Pan movie--WEIRD. It looks far too dramatic to be a kids movie. But then not violent enough to be a movie I would want to see. Hrm.

Seabiscuit. I can't believe Tobey Maguire would have missed doing the Spiderman sequel for this pile of crap. Ooo, a jockey with one blind eye--could anyone be more courageous?!? Nooooooot a movie I'm gonna be wasting $7 on.

Now, the hulk. I'll put it in spoiler text in case you want to be angreh at me for talking about the movie before having seen it.  smile

evan

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« Reply #187 on: 06-22-2003 02:53 »

The Hulk

Whaa? The Hulk can survive falling from space? Since when was that a possibility? And was it really wise to bring in someone to antagonize the Hulk when you're trying to keep him sedated?

Grade: C
Future Angel
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« Reply #188 on: 06-23-2003 00:33 »

From Justin To Kelly
It is not a transvestite movie, although it sounds like it should be. It's a typical teeny-bopper movie, and pretty stupid (what do you expect from the guy that wrote Spice World? The best part had to be when Justin started to sing "Anytime" which is actually Kelly's song. It is extremly predictable and what makes it worse is the girls in the theater yelling to the characters on screen (calling Alexis, or whatever her name is, a bitch for back-stabbing Kelly). Everyone breaks into song and dance at the same time making you think you're watching some old musical. This was definatley not Kelly's Grease.
alexvilagosh

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« Reply #189 on: 06-23-2003 03:23 »

2 Fast 2 Furious
Saw this a week ago, its not bad, but it has no story line to speak of, and only gets by on the cars scenes. C

Bruce Almighty
Saw this on Friday, it's pretty good, not great, but worth seeing. B+
grunka_lunka

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« Reply #190 on: 06-23-2003 22:29 »

FINDING NEMO -
Excellent, dazzling movie. I don't feel like writing a review right now so I'll just give it an A-.
FlexingUnit22

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« Reply #191 on: 06-23-2003 22:55 »
« Last Edit on: 06-26-2003 00:00 by Tweek »

Matrix Reloaded
This is one of my all time favorite movies, I feel it was done very superbly. The plot was insanely well done and involved a lot of twists and turns, the effects and cinematography in this movie were very moving. The fight with the Agent Smiths where it switched to CGI Computer 3D was so well done i didnt know it was computerized, the climax of the movie really astounded me as well. I swear through the last 45 minutes my mouth was open the whole time.

 

Australian Guy

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« Reply #192 on: 06-26-2003 09:50 »

^ you call That no spoliers?
asianlightning

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« Reply #193 on: 06-26-2003 09:54 »

Ah! Spoilers! My eyes, they burn!
You know, there is a proper way to mask spoilers, rather than just put them out there and say "don't read if you don't want to." I hope a mod edits that post...
I haven't even seen the movie yet, but thanks to FlexingUnit, I guess I don't have to anymore.
KENNEDY

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« Reply #194 on: 06-28-2003 12:44 »

The Matrix Reloaded

To me, the Matrix would work so much better as one movie. The Matrix was original and inspired. The sequel to it is utter shite. Zion looked stupid. The whole drilling sentinels thing is unbelievably stupid. It raises questions: How did the humans get down there in the first place? Where did they get the technology to build a massive city? Who's that annoying fool who wants to join the crew? Do I have to buy some more shit along with the piss-poor game to find out? The dancing/sex scene was stupid. When did the bladerunner style city change into a volcano? Why are people dancing so dangerously close to streams of volcanic lava? Wouldn't it be hot there? I didn't care about Zion. The smith fight scene started pretty good but the longer it went on, the faker it looked. The fighting the french dudes guys was pretty good but the keymaker was lame. I didn't like the driving scenes at all. What was up with Morpheus? Since when does he know how too wield a Katana? The scene with coronel Sanders was a waste of film. If Neo is a human how can he also be an anomoly in the matrix? how can he have existed 5 times before if he's a human?
How did he fry those sentinels at the end? Did I like this movie? Fuck no.
Australian Guy

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« Reply #195 on: 06-28-2003 12:59 »

Yes it would, an Odessey.... like Gone with the wind
Lurrr

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« Reply #196 on: 06-28-2003 13:48 »

The Matrix Reloaded

Somehow I managed to avoid all the hype about this movie and went to it with an open mind. I wasn't surprised but it served as a nice afternoons entertainment.

I think this films major weakness is it thinks it's much smarter then it actually is. I could stand the first thirty minutes containing no action whatsoever (in fact, I actually enjoyed seeing Zion for the first time) but I got fed up of the endless chatter by most of the supporting characters. I don't see why I had to put up with a five minute speech from that unpronouncable French guy when a couple of lines would have sufficed. And if the Architext could say something understandable maybe it would clear up some of those plot holes the film suffered from.

On the action scenes: Mind-blowing, thrilling, overlong. Like everything else in this movie, I just lost interest in the action after a while. Seeing Neo batter his sixtieth Mr Smith clone in a row does not keep me riveted.

However, I do feel this was a refreshing development from the first film. The first film was more self-contained (and was, really, a religous allegory). Reloaded is more of a story. As much as I enjoyed it I could not help thinking it was just too long, too pretentious and a bit too predictable.
Future Angel
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« Reply #197 on: 06-28-2003 17:43 »
« Last Edit on: 06-28-2003 17:43 »

Charlie's Angels
Full Throttle


The best parts were Bernie Mac, Crispin Glover and Shia LeBouef, when the Angels were dancing to MC Hammer. Oh and Robert Patrick in the scene at the Griffiths Park Observatory.  I couldn't stand Demi Moore character. It seemed to me that Lucy Lui got the most screen time, which I don't mind since I like her a lot better than Cameron Diaz or Drew Barrymore.

It IMO had a weak storyline. I thought that naming the rings HALO wasn't that smart, all I thought about whenever they said HALO I thought they meant HALO as in HALO jumping. But that's probably just me. But I still liked this one better than the original, just because of Bernie Mac.

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The Matrix Reloaded is excellent on an IMAX screen.
BumbleBeeTheta

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« Reply #198 on: 07-01-2003 01:35 »

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

Saw it opening day.  I came looking for a silly, non-sensical plot and campy acting, which is was delivered.  Anyone who watches the commercials knows this film is not trying to be something that will resonate through the ages because of its insight.  It is simply a feel-good way to pass the time.  I enjoy the TV series and I really liked the first film, so naturally I went to see the sequel.  I actually liked the sequel a lot better than the first film.  I'm not sure I can pin-point exactly why.  I really liked seeing Crispin Glover.  His scenes were my favorites.  The Creepy Thin Man has got to be my favorite character from the films.  smile
Demi Moore was not very good.  Her performance was WAY over-hyped.  I read a review saying she should have used her hiatus to take acting lessons, and I would have to agree.  Her character was probably the least interesting of the film.
Bernie Mac was alright, but I preferred Bill Murray.  I felt he had better interaction with the Angels.  Bernie Mac was more of just the bumbling sidekick the Angels yanked around, whereas Bill Murray seemed capable of playing both a mentor and a friend.  Apparently, there were many on-set quibbles involving Bill Murray and he was not asked back for this film.  It's a shame.  I think the film would have been improved with his presence.
Overall, I had a great time watching this film and it definitely fulfilled my expectations, with the exception of Demi Moore.  It deserves an A simply for bringing back Crispin Glover (crosses fingers for a "miracle recovery" and a third film).
A-

Did anyone else notice the three weeks of Luke Wilson movies?
June 20th- Alex & Emma (Sucked big time)
June 27th: C'sA: FT
July 2nd: Legally Blonde 2

Curiouser and curiouser...  tongue

Who is Agent Codename: Dragonfly?
Future Angel
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« Reply #199 on: 07-01-2003 14:15 »
« Last Edit on: 07-02-2003 00:00 »

Terminator 3
Rise of the Machines


I haven't seen the other ones, but decided at the last minute to go to T3 (once again because it's probably gonna be a big movie). But I think it was worth it. It was better than I thought it would be. Before going into the theater I thought I was going to fall asleep because my whole day had been absolutly nuts. But once the movie started I didn't even think about sleeping. John Connor did a quick Voice-over to let you know about how machines had tried to kill him previously. The action sequences were done really well and the robot animation was great. IMO T3 didn't have a really big climax near the end. I personally think the best part was closer to the beginning, and it seemed to be a bigger action sequence than at the end. There were also many times when the whole theater (although that was probably only about 100 in a 380 seat theater) laughed out loud, most of the reasons were because of Arnold's shades, especially at the beginning, with his first pair. I think you'll see what I mean if you see it in theaters. Overall, T3 was really well done and a hell of a lot better than Hulk.

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