The last movie I seen at home was Waynes World 2. 3/10 Not really my kind of movie. The last time I went to the movies I saw Jackass 2 10/10. I would be laughing and gagging at the same time.
the dialog was suppose to be similar to the old film noir style crime dialog.
Originally Posted by Betty
really? i don't think it could get any better without getting way too depressing (see: the squid and the whale).
Originally Posted by Betty
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Blooming fantastic. A real corker of a film. I laughed to tears, not because it's wacky, but because it's just so... so true. It's deadly accurate & hilarious & touching & moving at the same time...
Think it's time for me to go back to Greece.
The dialogue was neat in the first one, it just had a really strange context.
Originally Posted by Endymion
And I didn't really think the Squid and the Whale movie was all that amazing either. And it's true, they kinda fall into that same category of being entertaining but just not being my thing enough for me to say "wow, that was really good." I would still prefer to watch those movies than 80% of your standard Hollywood releases though.
I saw the turkish version of star wars 0/10 they thought they were acting seriously but their monsters were just big furry things, its one of the worst films ever, I advise you not to see it.
Hmm. The Piano Teacher (with Isabelle Huppert & Benoît Magimel)
If you're a virgin, don't see it. It's very unhealthy & I had difficulty seeing it to the end. Very harsh. For French ppl only, & even they may find it too sordid.
I saw The Prestige today. It was amazing, and I strongly reccomend you guys ALL go out and see it. It's very suspenseful, and the plot twists are perfect. The only problem is that all the questions that you get throughout the movie are answered too late, so you're asking yourself (or in my case, the person to your right who's already seen the movie) questions that, when answered, will ruin the movie. Also, parts that were included in the book which made it easier to understand were left out of the movie, according to IMDBer's, which is probably part of why it was kinda confusing.
Also: I swore that Bella played one of the characters in the movie, I later found out that it was Scarlett Johansson. You two are identical.
I saw "Rod Stewart: In Concert" in the movie theather last week. It was simulcast from New York or something...
I won the tickets from a radio station. Got his new CD too; I'm sending it to my grandmother.
8.5/10 - One of the better movies that takes on the topic of 'punk', the performances are really great, especially Matthew Lillard who plays 'stevo'. The movie also has a great soundtrack, with bands such as the Dead Kennedys,, Exploited, and the Ramones contributing.
Originally Posted by Tom Gabel
Benchwarmers - Fun, yet predictable - 8/10
Slither - Fucking terrible film - 1/10
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