The Iron Giant: 10/10
The Iron Giant: 10/10
Just re-watched 2001: A Space Odyssey.
10/10, still my favorite movie of all time. The use of classical music and special effects always blows me away, especially in the "Blue Danube" scene. HAL is also the best villan ever put to film IMO. The way he mercilessly kills the astronauts and other evil things while keeping a monotone voice, as well as the possibility that this may be the future of technology is really frightening. I will always love Kubrick and his great movies.
wrath of the titans
4/10 it was so boring and generic holy shit, not even the eye candy kept me entertained, the story had no soul at all
-"oh hi son i know you hate me but the gods need you, evil forces are here blablah"
-"MMMMMM NO I HAVE A SON"
-"Evil forces eat children too"
-"OMG BRB SAVE THE WORLD FOR MY SON"
In the middle of the fucking adventure:
-"I dunno if I can save the world man, I can't do this... even though I did id once before and everything"
-"cmon we are saving the universe"
-"MMMKAY GOOD ENOUGH REASON NOW I'M SUDDENLY MOTIVATED TO KEEP GOING LETS GO"
Jesus Christ this movie is so bad I think it serves a good purpose:
It is the ultimate stereotypical cheesy american movie. It is like a guide of how not to make a film. The lowest example of american comedy, full of dick jokes and horny teenagers. I mean seriously, this is not how real teenagers behave, all the fucking dialogues were about getting pussy, getting smarked, popping pills what in the fucking fuck HOW CAN ANYONE ENJOY THIS PIECE OF SHIT GARBAGE MOVIE?
Plus, I'm not the type "morals" guy but if this movie intended to ahve some sort of message, it isn't a very pretty one. It glorificates materialism ("You got the minivan? That sucks") and when people went apeshit popping pills. What the fuck. I died a little inside.
also, that alexis bitch: 2/10 nipples too pointy, would not fuck.
I watched Wrath of the Titans last night, unfortunately. What a cliché-riddled and boring film. And Bill Nighy's character was, sadly, really poorly written which is too bad because I like Bill Nighy he owns.
Dog Day Afternoon
Every bit as awesome as it could have been. The most heart-warming robbery movie I've seen, but when things go slightly wrong you can feel it even though you can't know.
Performances by Pacino and Cazale are pretty much some of their best. It's nowhere near Lumet's best, but it shows how much he can intrigue.
Also watched The Verdict which was also Lumet.
That was also sublime with Paul Newman taking the helm and making you think the case is truly hopeless.
Unlike other courtroom movies, this is the one where you feel it won't happen, and how it happens is pretty great.
i never got dog day afternoon cause i never paid attention. i dunno why i just never could. it's always entertaining but nothing seems to really stick.
so they're robbing the bank to get that one guy a sex change operation because he's in love with al pacino and they want to fuck like a man and a woman or something?
It doesn't even start at "how and why they rob a bank". It just goes STRAIGHT into it and doesn't stop.
Yeah, he's probably bisexual and his wife doesn't know about it. But the wife is a bitch so no wonder. He cares for the mental gay guy, but the truth there isn't really shown. Only bits and pieces.
But the fact that all this managed to be in a heist movie just amazes me, he walks out of the bank and cheers the crowd. That's awesome.
Sal's character was really untrustworthy and very awkward. Brilliant acting by the man.
The Hunger Games
2-3 hours of shitty camera handling/work, makes you feel abit dizzy
other then that, it was good but was overhyped
i guess that's why i didn't get it, the dissonance of the fabrication of the plot by the movie
the actual plot itself was really just static in the background for something that was going on RIGHT NOW
lol, in a way it's like irreversible. except in irreversible you're not supposed to really like anyone, you're just supposed to see everyone as some person in some event that happened, not a bona fide character.
nothing is worth watching over 'liam neeson', hes an alright actor but liam neeson alone cant save a bad movie, and hes been in a lot of them lately
its not like how nic cage makes any bad movie enjoyable.
ye but i can go watch every movie for free so i tend to go watch almost any movie
now I getcha
I hate it how some good actors are in a lot of bad movies
kinda destroys their reputation
Pirates in an adventure with scientists.
Despite being a kids film, it makes you laugh your head off at times, and has jokes for older viewers too. One of the main crewmembers had a Blue Peter badge on his hat, for example.
Oh yeah, it had Lenny henry in it as a fellow pirate and David Tennant as Charles darwin.
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut- 7/10
Not as funny as I remember it being when I was 13, but I think what truly stands out about the movie is it's message. It's one of the best satires I've ever seen.
I'd love to see a modern horror movie that doesn't explain everything. I mean, look at most cheap horror films, there's always that twist at the end, "oh, he was her father" or "oh, it was all a dream", or even "it's actually a ghost that needs to be set free".
If I was in a house/city/dream/whatever with a ghost following me, I definitely wouldn't stop and take my time to do some research on who the ghost is, or what's his purpose. It sort of throws you off, explaining things that we shouldn't even know in the first place, it just breaks the atmosphere for me.
I know what you did last summer
I fucking love all movies, where old men in raincoats with fish hooks chase attractive girls
21 Jump Street - 9/10
Its kind of a funny story
It had its cliches and awkward moments but was overall a really good movie.
There was a lot to relate to.
(I know relating to a movie full of insane people, what does that say about me?)
just started watching assault on precinct 13 and i already know im gonna love it
A damn good movie.
Only downside was that I watched it with my family and my mom doesn't really like violence.
Assault On Precinct 13 (1976)
Iron Sky=Epic (Only some of the epic musics were missing).
Also saw American Reunion,
I don't really know, as a film it's nothing special, immature jokes, but for me it was something, it was kinda nostalgic, the soundtrack was gud, it had songs from earlier films as reference.
I also loved the references to the earlier films
Mortal Kombat Legacy
sure it's technically a webseries, but all the episodes were about 1:20 hours, that's movie length IMO.
i give it a 7/10, i enjoyed the sonja/jax episodes, the scorpion episodes and the raiden episode, the rest could have been improved (johnny cage's actor had the part down, but his face was just not johnny cage whatsoever). didn't care much for katana, the cyrax episodes were neat, overall i hope this guy makes an even better film.