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Title: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 22, 2007, 05:53:10 PM
A little experiment.
A thread like this has been going on at Q3world and its way over 100 pages.

The idea is this:

Post the last movie you've seen.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on January 22, 2007, 06:28:45 PM
Well if you're talking about seeing movies in a theater that ceased about 10 years ago. I'm all DVD now.
The other night I watched Blow Up, a film shot in England during the late 60's by director Antonioni. Its a great flick and is actually studied in film courses in university.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 22, 2007, 06:49:44 PM
Well if you're talking about seeing movies in a theater that ceased about 10 years ago. I'm all DVD now.
The other night I watched Blow Up, a film shot in England during the late 60's by director Antonioni. Its a great flick and is actually studied in film courses in university.

I'm not talking movies in a theater, unless that's where you saw it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on January 22, 2007, 06:55:52 PM
Ice Age II the Meltdown.
I give it a ( 7 )
Not as good as the first, disapointed me. :(
But then again I expected that.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on January 22, 2007, 07:45:49 PM
Watched this one last night at my friend's house!

Memoirs of Geisha

8/10

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397535/

Pretty good film. Basically a very sad movie. Doesn't get a 9 because it didn't make me cry hysterically and there wasn't anything too too impressive in it. Usually movies that bring emotion out of its audience are the good ones... even if it's just a tear or two.


Watched this in French class

Cyrano de Bergerac

6/10

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099334/

A French film, but you don't seem to notice the subtitles after awhile... It's about love, love that is unreturned... parts of it are humorous, other parts are sad. Again, I didn't cry... and I wasn't too impressed with it. Plus I'm not into fighting scenes.


Watched this one on my own

Step Up

9/10

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0462590/

I personally LOVED this film. Watching Tyler learn how to dance was the best. gangsta guy trying to learn how to dance = teh win. Plus he's hot too. The songs are amazing, especially the first and final songs in the movie. The intro is what really sets the whole film up. I didn't cry in this one either, but I went "awww *sadface*" a couple times. Definitely one of the best chick flicks ever!


I got sick in New Hampshire so we stayed at my cousins' house playing setback and watching tv. I guess it was Sean Connery night special.

Diamonds are Forever

5/10

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066995/

My first Bond movie. Such an old film, lol. I remember in one scene, after a gun was fired, there was a bloodstain and there wasn't even a bullethole. haha but otherwise, it kept us entertained for awhile, we definitely watched over half of it... until my cousin decided to switch the channel.


Entrapment

7/10

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0137494/

I had a feeling that I had already seen this film when I watched it again. It was pretty cool... I don't have much to say about it.


Whoa, lotsa films!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Moving Shadow on January 22, 2007, 09:04:49 PM
Everyone go see Pan's Labrynth.  Best movie out there HANDS DOWN  :bananaw00t:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on January 22, 2007, 10:01:04 PM
I saw Happy Feet just yesterday at the theater with my niece.

Very Cute (and informational) about penguins.

6 out of 10 Because: 
It wasn't as funny as other kids shows I've seen such as 'Over The Hedge' or 'Ice Age II'

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0366548/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on January 22, 2007, 10:34:23 PM
Harold and kumar go to whitecastle, I give it a 10. Before that, waitors, I give it a 9.

Saw the first one with some friends from up north and they couldn't believe that I had never heard of whitecastle until then :???:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on January 23, 2007, 08:42:34 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 22, 2007, 06:49:44 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 22, 2007, 06:49:44 PM

I'm not talking movies in a theater, unless that's where you saw it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: hieronymous on January 23, 2007, 08:55:33 AM
Hi all        nice thread topic  {TNP}Dukie

Without being to belaboured --- I review movies by a system of four 1-10 scales.

Examples:

The Matrix         [8,10,9,-] one of the few must see, sure to please movies ever made

             8-movie quality ---- how well was the movie made
           10 entertainment ----how much do I think someone will like this movie
            9 my opinion---------how much I personally like it
      no special needed----indicates for a specific interest group
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 23, 2007, 09:23:23 AM
1) Rambo - First Blood - 7/10

7/10 because it was pretty much a crap story, with lots of violence! crap story lowers it, violence raises it! :)

2) Terminator 3 - Rise of the machines - 8/10

8/10 because of the previous two terminators, and the storyline behind them all, also some pretty cool effects - and the TX is hot. :]!

3) The man who sued god - 4/10

I didnt like this much, storyline was boring, only a little comedy (I think one aspect of the comedy was Billy Connelys accent, which would seem strange and funny to people outside of england ((america/canada)), but to me it's not remotely strange or funny, because i'm around the accent all the time.) and the red-head he was with = ew. Hot women can make or break a film for me.  :evilgrin:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Whirlingdervish on January 23, 2007, 10:01:41 AM
Night at the Museum
6/10


it was entertaining, and fun to look at, but it was kinda weak in the comedy dept. and nowhere near as
fun as most other Ben Stiller/Owen Wilson movies. It was aimed at a much younger audience though.

I was sorta dissapointed by Robin Williams in this; I didn't think he was very convincing as a wax statue.
His personality is a bit to vibrant to play a fake person IMHO.

I thoroughly enjoyed the t-rex skeleton running around like a dog, and the mongols were pretty funny.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on January 23, 2007, 10:10:03 AM
Rocky Balboa - 8/10

I always liked to Rocky movies so I'm a bit bias towards my rating. I found it to be a great movie to rap up a legacy. It was a bit sappy for my taste but in the end left me more happy then Rocky V did. I'm glad this movie was made.  :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on January 23, 2007, 10:42:07 AM
kiss kiss bang bang. val kilmer and another dude i cant remember, plus the chick from MI: 3 surpringly good ass movie. 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Bleach on January 23, 2007, 02:35:13 PM
Versus 10/10

japanese hyper-violence zombie movie

dont get it at wal-mart, they take out most of the headshots
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: KFC CHICKENMAN on January 23, 2007, 02:38:44 PM
The last movie i saw was star wars revenge of the sithe i give it a 9 out of 10.  very good  special effects and lots of action.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Quest on January 23, 2007, 10:17:05 PM
Last movie I watched -

Evil Dead - Army of Darkness

I was reminded of this one in #tastyspleen, so I had to go out and buy the dvd.
It really is a hilarious film ... A must see if your into Horror/Comedy films, or if you like Bruce Campbell as an actor.
Why his acting career didn't sky-rocket after the showing of this movie is beyond me.

I give this movie a 9.

quest
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Bleach on January 24, 2007, 04:40:46 PM
good one quest, but i still say evil dead 1-2 are so much better... AoD is pretty good, but its all one liners


i still cant figure out why people havent embraced the wonder that is Bubba Ho-tep


oh yeah, last movie i watched= Lucio Fulci's Zombie, kind of like the in color italian answer to Night of the Living Dead, and where else do you get to see a zobie fight a shark!!!


zombie vs shark clip here http://filecabi.net/video/zombie-vrs-shark.html

i've had this movie for a few years, but since i saw that clip on the net ive watched it a good 20 times
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Moving Shadow on January 24, 2007, 05:01:05 PM
Ya Evil Dead 2 is the best in the series.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 28, 2007, 08:53:26 AM
King Kong (the new one) 6.5/10

Great eye candy, but way too long.
Lots of the segments themselves were great, but peiced together they made one long movie that I already knew the ending to :(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on January 28, 2007, 10:32:14 AM
jeremiah johnson
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 28, 2007, 12:19:26 PM
Last three movies I've seen... (all on ReplayTV, recorded off some free movie channels on cable, in letterbox, with no commercials... yay :D)


A Patch Of Blue (1965)
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=108940
(Reasonably engaging, well-acted.)


The Effect of Gamma-Rays on Man-in-the-moon Marigolds (1972)
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=113801
(Interesting character study with a few very funny moments.)


The Time Machine (1960)
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=120662
(I saw this movie when I was a kid, and it was fun to watch it again.)



Regards,

quadz
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 28, 2007, 02:17:26 PM
I saw blade II last night, it was on TV. It was kind of cheesy in places but it has ass kicking, gross shit and swords. also snipes is quite funny in places :] (end made me laugh -- "What, you didnt think i'd forget about you, did you?" *stab*) - 8/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 28, 2007, 03:49:40 PM
The Time Machine was great!
Wena is such a fox! :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on January 28, 2007, 07:23:34 PM


The Time Machine (1960)
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=120662
(I saw this movie when I was a kid, and it was fun to watch it again.)

Regards,
quadz


Whoa.....someone's showing their age. I thought I was the only person on this forum to see that movie when they were a kid. Still a good movie, even though the effects are dated now. Interesting premise in the movie as well as to the future of man.



Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on January 28, 2007, 07:38:20 PM
i saw the time machine when it came out in 1960

was not a kid then
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 29, 2007, 05:03:07 AM
LOL Recycled!

People are still seeing the Time Machine when they are kids, doesn't mean they saw it in 1960  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on January 29, 2007, 08:36:37 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 29, 2007, 05:03:07 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 29, 2007, 05:03:07 AM
LOL Recycled!

People are still seeing the Time Machine when they are kids, doesn't mean they saw it in 1960
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Quest on January 29, 2007, 08:54:12 AM
Last night i watched

Cool hand luke
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cool_Hand_Luke

If you haven't seen it yet, you should :D

Really is a good movie -  8/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 29, 2007, 03:02:22 PM
Weena...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on January 29, 2007, 05:52:58 PM
blood diamond and crank, both very good, thanks bit torrent
 :badgrin:

i hope peer guardian works :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on January 29, 2007, 07:22:21 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 29, 2007, 05:03:07 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 29, 2007, 05:03:07 AM
LOL Recycled!

People are still seeing the Time Machine when they are kids, doesn't mean they saw it in 1960
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Bleach on February 02, 2007, 02:30:01 PM
Das Boot 10/10

no opinion, just an amazing movie... watch it
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 02, 2007, 02:40:56 PM
I watched 'Boogie Nights' last night.  I have seen it B4 of course, but nothing else was on.

Its a good movie about the pr0n industry.  Lots of well known actors and actresses in it.  8/10

Go Dirk Diggler!!   :lolsign: 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118749/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Om3ga on February 02, 2007, 03:03:32 PM
"Das Boot"

I want my money back.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Whirlingdervish on February 02, 2007, 03:49:13 PM
Little Big Man (1970)

Dustin Hoffman
Faye Dunaway
Richard Mulligan

8/10


very enjoyable, chock full of funny moments and odd characters...
plenty of action for an older movie..

I really enjoyed the indian dude, 'Ol Lodgeskins and his quirky dialogue..
"Today is a good day to die."
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on February 02, 2007, 05:02:01 PM
"Am I still in this world?"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Quest on February 04, 2007, 08:54:37 PM
Tonight it was either watch the superbowl, or Hackers.  I picked the latter.

Good movie - kinda outdated as far as computer hardware goes, but thats what makes it classy ;)
Plus angelina jolie is still young and pretty hot. :)

8/10

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 05, 2007, 12:22:01 PM
I watched Hackers the other night too Quest. 
Crash OverRide and Acid Burn:   Yeap its a classic   :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on February 05, 2007, 01:53:23 PM
you are right about that Daemia
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: UUD-40 on February 07, 2007, 06:32:49 PM
The longest yard.

Great movie  :) :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on February 07, 2007, 06:36:32 PM
The longest yard.

Great movie
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on February 10, 2007, 10:00:42 PM
Spirited Away:
7 or 8 out of 10

You really get to feel how Chihiro feels: scared, alone, & confused. Pretty good film.
 
Tale of the fanciful adventures of a ten-year-old girl named Chihiro, who discovers a secret world when she and her family get lost and venture through a hillside tunnel. When her parents undergo a mysterious transformation, Chihiro must fend for herself as she encounters strange spirits, assorted creatures and a grumpy sorceress who seeks to prevent her from returning to the human world.


Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind:
9 out of 10

Crazy. Fabulous. Emotional. Definitely a must watch film.

What if you had your memory erased? --  Memories are forever.

Romance. Elijah Wood as the bad guy. subplot featuring Kirsten Dunst. Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet star as the two lovers.

A man awakes disheveled; impulsively, he skips work, heading instead to the shore. On this chilly February day, a woman in orange, hair dyed blue, chats him up: she's Clementine, he's Joel, shy and sad; by day's end, he likes her. The next night she takes him to the frozen Charles River. After, as he drops her off, she asks to sleep at his place, and she runs up to get her toothbrush. Strange things occur: their meeting was not entirely chance, they have a history neither remembers. Our seeing how the lacunae came to be and their discovery of the memory loss take the rest of the film.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on February 10, 2007, 11:22:50 PM
What if you had your memory erased? --
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on February 12, 2007, 12:53:59 PM
quadz is a movie critic, i just go to the store and look for the most explosions : P

you know i try to think of really good new movies, but i can't.. yeah, departed was ok, but it's no saving private ryan.. what gives!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: UUD-40 on February 12, 2007, 07:18:24 PM
The longest yard.

Great movie  :) :dohdohdoh:

which one

:???:

The new one. Haven't seen the old one yet.  ;D I like all movies with Adam Sandler though.  :afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: milhouse on February 12, 2007, 08:42:27 PM
Its so hard to find good movies these days so I hardly ever watch them anymore. The only thing that interests me at the moment is '24'. Its like watching a 24 hour movie  :afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Ghost9 on February 12, 2007, 10:06:09 PM
sin city.  decent movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on February 13, 2007, 06:17:27 AM
Its so hard to find good movies these days so I hardly ever watch them anymore. The only thing that interests me at the moment is '24'. Its like watching a 24 hour movie
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on February 13, 2007, 10:18:02 AM

you know i try to think of really good new movies, but i can't.. yeah, departed was ok, but it's no saving private ryan.. what gives!

okay, last two netflix rentals:
V for Vendetta ( never heard of the comic...)  7 out of 10
Usual Suspects (kind of an oldie but a great flick) 9 out of 10
on TV, Dracula on Masterpiece theatah - was great!



Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on February 13, 2007, 12:42:14 PM
anyone like Bram Stokers Dracula, one of my favorites  ;D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on February 13, 2007, 04:32:27 PM
anyone like Bram Stokers Dracula, one of my favorites
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 15, 2007, 01:56:55 PM
I LOVED Bram Strokers Dracula.  one of the best Vampire movies IMO
Also loved 'Underworld'  and 'Interview With A Vampire.'
(blade sucks) 

ok I just watched "The Departed"

Plot Outline: Two men from opposite sides of the law are undercover within the Massachusetts State Police and the Irish mafia, but violence and bloodshed boil when discoveries are made, and the moles are dispatched to find out their enemy's identities.

 - Leonardo DiCaprio   
 - Matt Damon   
 - Jack Nicholson   
 - Mark Wahlberg   
 - Martin Sheen   
 - Ray Winstone   
 - Vera Farmiga   
 - Anthony Anderson   
 - Alec Baldwin
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on February 16, 2007, 07:46:26 PM
Loved the Departed -

IFC had "City of God" on a few nights ago - I stayed up til 4 am watching this mesmerizing, violent, beautiful movie - see it!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317248/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on February 17, 2007, 07:57:02 AM
Some sleeper movies that are not well known but are pretty good movies, in my opinion, are:

Fargo
Badlands
Amelie
The Professional
Mississippi Burning
Big
Misery
Day of the Jackal
Castaway
Shawshank Redemption
Blow Up

Thank God for that wonderful invention - DVD movies.

 :bigshades:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on February 17, 2007, 08:28:02 AM

(blade sucks)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 17, 2007, 01:57:20 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on February 17, 2007, 08:28:02 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on February 17, 2007, 08:28:02 AM

(blade sucks) 


NEGATIVE!!!

haha :)  I actually expected Adam to reply to that one.  :nana:


And Recycled... I absolutely HATED Fargo. 
Not that the plot was bad or anything, the movie was ok.
But I just couldn't get past that lame fucking interpretation that pregnant chick does of a Canadian accent.   WE DO NOT SOUND LIKE THAT!!!   :lolsign: :sorry:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on February 17, 2007, 02:41:56 PM
I just couldn't get past that lame fucking interpretation that pregnant chick does of a Canadian accent.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fanny on February 17, 2007, 03:35:00 PM
EH!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 17, 2007, 03:43:03 PM
maybe you're right quads, been so long since I seen it, but I thought she played a Canadian.
 Now I have to look into this  :lol:  I hope you are right!!    ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on February 17, 2007, 04:14:03 PM
OMG Daemia...its a Minnesota\Wisconsin accent. They have a large Scandanavian population that keeps the old country accent alive. Anyway I liked everybody's performance in that. Not sure how close it was to the actual event but the comic touch worked.

 :bigshades:


Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 17, 2007, 04:20:36 PM
Oh thankgod!!

Maybe I'll watch the movie again   :dohdohdoh:  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on February 17, 2007, 04:26:43 PM
wellllll........


Since I live in Minnesota, and only 45 minutes from Brainerd,

the accents were close - albeit a bit over the top but very very very very close - the directors - the Coen Brothers went to high school with some friends of mine so yeah they are total Minnesotans. btw I grew up only a few minutes from there too  :yessign:

Not sure about the facts of the true story but it did make for one helluva great movie -  :notworthy:

i love the facte that alot of Minnesotans got completely pissed of their portrait - it was dead on, get over it!  :nana:

if you haven't seen it- do see it - the performances are great -

side note -  Frances McDormand is married to the director  :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on February 17, 2007, 05:30:12 PM

side note -
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on February 17, 2007, 06:52:54 PM
she's been great in everything I have seen her play a role in.  :afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on February 17, 2007, 07:52:02 PM
Shawshank Redemption is one of my favorite movies

Strictly Ballroom is another

enjoy most movies with dancing in it
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: milhouse on February 17, 2007, 08:09:43 PM
the best thing about fargo was when that dude was putting the leg in the wood cutter  :D

and yeah, shawshank is pretty good  :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on February 23, 2007, 09:26:23 PM
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
10/10
I never stopped laughing, and I watch NASCAR religously!
I am one of those people the movie is making fun of and I still loved it!

Hi. I'm Ricky Bobby. If you don't chew Big Red, then fuck you!
:D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on February 25, 2007, 09:59:12 PM
Caught all of these on the ReplayTV in the last week or so.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on March 02, 2007, 02:20:49 AM

On The Waterfront (1954)
http://www.tvguide.com/movies/waterfront/108137

Really good movie.  Watched it on TCM; uncut, commercial-free, in letterbox. :righteous:

Attached wav file of dialog from classic scene.  (The movie is not actually about boxing, btw...)


Regards,

quadz
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on March 02, 2007, 09:21:46 AM
nice job quadz -


I have been making my kids watch all the classics -including that one - the entire cast is great - and it spwnt one of the most famous lines of all time.



Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ĄƦçɧąɳɠҾԼ on March 02, 2007, 03:42:06 PM
Firewall (2006):

Starring:
Harrison Ford
Paul Bettany

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firewall_%28movie%29 <-- Link contains spoilers

I thought it was pretty good.

Ford is Vice President of Security at a bank, and Bettany holds Ford's family hostage so he will help him steal money electronically from the bank.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on March 05, 2007, 04:59:48 AM
The Lost World (1960)
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=104713

OK, the reviewers on the tvguide site gave this movie 1 1/2 stars, and I'd say that's about right.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on March 05, 2007, 08:24:37 AM
i don;t think mst3k ever did that one - i have seen that movie - it is damn funny...

another nice find quadz...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on March 05, 2007, 11:11:39 AM
If you liked Lost World, Quadz, then The Time Machine is in the same vein. HG Wells novel about going a man journeying into the future. Not bad for a 1964 movie.

 :bigshades:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on March 05, 2007, 11:31:49 AM
I saw Trailer Park Boys (The Movie): The Big Dirty

It is based on this kick ass half hour show thats about trailer park life and growing dope and stealing things and drinking and sex.
Very funny. I think the TV series is better than the movie was IMO.
Most of you prob haven't seen it since it is canadian... And I heard that the movie wasn't released in the USA. 

BUT you can watch the TV show series episodes here (season 1 threw 4)   VERY FUNNY SHOW!  Nothings off limits.

http://www.yourtvlinks.com/trailerpark-boys.html
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Whirlingdervish on March 05, 2007, 11:38:56 AM
Jeez those MST3K films were bad!

One of my favorites was this one:
(http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/801/ep0811partstheclonushormi8.jpg)
plot synopsis here:
http://crow-t-robot.home.mindspring.com/reviews_s08_ep811.html

Without Tom and Crow in the foreground:
this movie gets a 1/10

with:
9/10





Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on March 05, 2007, 12:01:55 PM
I like how the boys even make the intro and outro credits fun to watch.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on March 05, 2007, 01:02:37 PM
Joel Hodgson was a good friend of a singer in a band i used to play in, we visited the set and hung out with the cast and crew for almost a whole day - it was fun - I got my picture/siloutte taken - I can't find the pic now...
my 15 minutes of MST3K fame   :eyecrazy:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on March 05, 2007, 07:32:44 PM
what's some good horror flicks?  i love horror movies but there so hard to come by! damn, can't think of much, but i know a few:
all the silence of the lambs movies, haha awesome!
the shining

for tv, OZ and The Wire can't be beat, The Wire = unbelievable
does everyone else always plan their friday nights around "real sex"!! hehe, j/k i'm not 13 anymore!

 :smiley_abod: :smiley_abod: :smiley_abyo:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on March 05, 2007, 07:44:47 PM
what's some good horror flicks?

I'd recommend Rob Zombie's "Devil's Rejects":
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=191243

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on March 06, 2007, 05:41:28 AM
what's some good horror flicks?

I'd recommend Rob Zombie's "Devil's Rejects":
http://www.tvguide.com/detail/movie.aspx?tvobjectid=191243



Good flick but you gotta watch the first one first! :)

http://imdb.com/title/tt0251736/

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Don Keyballs on March 07, 2007, 10:27:31 PM
Went to see "Wild Hogs" last Sunday.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on March 08, 2007, 07:42:32 AM
Well it's not the last movie I saw (It could of been? Can't remember!)... but it's most definitely the movie I've seen the most in my life.
(http://artfiles.art.com/images/-/Pink-Floyd-The-Wall-Poster-C10289248.jpeg)

http://imdb.com/title/tt0084503/

I've been a fan of Floyd's music even before I smoked my first joint... won't forget the first time I saw this movie though. Mind blowing for me. (Yes my mind was already blown... I believe I was poisoned. ;) )

I could explain the plot but I'm sure most of seen it... to me everyone has their own idea of the plot anyhow. I tend to take it to in depth. (thanks to some mind stimulating help...) Frankly if you like listening to Floyd and you have no seen this movie yet, you're fucking crazy. Buy it, don't bother renting it. Indulge in your favorite mind stimulate then put it on and zone. Always a good time! 10 out of 10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on March 08, 2007, 10:48:30 AM
I watched Borat   :lolsign:

its dumb and funny and sick all at the same time IMO
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: paradisel0st on March 08, 2007, 10:51:51 AM
[quote author=j
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: 10 on March 09, 2007, 05:19:16 AM
RV

I was high.. so it was entertaining.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on March 11, 2007, 10:06:12 PM
ok I just watched

THE QUEST 

an old Jean Claude Van Dam movie, and it is the same damn plot as BloodSport was!! 

oh well, I still love Jean Claude  ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on March 11, 2007, 10:47:20 PM
I saw the 300 at it's premier, definitely one of my favorite movies. About 70% historically accurate, but I loved this topic in western civ and loved the movie even more.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: paradisel0st on March 12, 2007, 07:09:49 AM
Last movie I saw: V for Vendetta. I thought that was a seriously kick ass movie.  :bravo:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on March 12, 2007, 11:12:21 AM
v for vendetta was pretty good.

But.... (VENT)

that end scene where she finally kisses him before he dies, WTF why didn't she remove his mask??? 
she just kissed the mask, how gay was that?!?!  that pissed me off   :?

he's in love with her, she could have at least gave him a real kiss, one he could feel!    :frustration:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: paradisel0st on March 14, 2007, 08:13:06 AM
That didn't bother me at all personally. I had no desire to see his horribly burned face beneath the mask :D.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on March 19, 2007, 02:39:11 PM
Boogie Nights = last night on IFC -

great flick - best scene for me was Dirk and pal asking for money from the recording studio...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Arm0r on March 25, 2007, 06:52:23 PM
Just saw 300...it owned
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on October 10, 2007, 03:44:19 PM
x2, x-men2, i've seen it before, really underrated, the first one was good to, third was ok imo.

i give it a 8.5/10 :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on October 10, 2007, 05:46:50 PM
departed

good movie

:thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on October 10, 2007, 06:16:08 PM
i watched
The Number 23 the other day
with Jim Carrey.

It wasn't that bad, it kept my interest
which is saying something lol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ĄƦçɧąɳɠҾԼ on October 10, 2007, 06:19:12 PM
"Sukeban Deka", or as it's known here in the US as "Yo-Yo Girl Cop" :-\

Anyway, I really liked it, here's the trailer for it, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccVG_CfPRvI

^_^
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on October 10, 2007, 07:13:13 PM
knocked up  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0478311/


it was ok. :)

 I mean it has some raunchy humor, so has some great LOL moments in it.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on October 11, 2007, 05:50:56 AM
back door sluts 9

 :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ToxicMonkey^MZC on October 11, 2007, 06:12:28 AM
A Scanner Darkly

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0405296/

Written by Philip K Dick a very very strange film all done in a very trippy animation over film style.  Almost as good as the book.  Dick's inspiration for this film came apparently from his personal experiences of doing too much drugs with a group of friends in the 60's.  Another great performance by Keanu Reeves who gradually loses his mind and identity over the course of the film.  The constant shifting disguise suit worn by some of the detectives in the film was mesmerising and must have taken ages to produce.

A fascinating film, a bit heavy going, definately has to be seen.

7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on October 11, 2007, 08:14:55 AM
departed

good movie

:thumbsup:

Excellent.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: hieronymous on October 11, 2007, 09:44:46 AM
A Scanner Darkly

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0405296/

Written by Philip K Dick a very very strange film all done in a very trippy animation over film style.  Almost as good as the book.  Dick's inspiration for this film came apparently from his personal experiences of doing too much drugs with a group of friends in the 60's.  Another great performance by Keanu Reeves who gradually loses his mind and identity over the course of the film.  The constant shifting disguise suit worn by some of the detectives in the film was mesmerising and must have taken ages to produce.

A fascinating film, a bit heavy going, definately has to be seen.

7/10


good choice Toxicmonkey

certainly one of the few movies I would recommend to the people at tastyspleen --thought provoking, funny, involving and clever like Fight Club ,Snatch or  Naked Lunch --- perfectly cast with the only detractors being that it was written in the late seventies so although ahead of its time it is also dated material that we all have been beaten over the head with for years and  the rotoscoping (animation drawing over the real life film) could be annoying to some. 
More pointed than Kurt Vonnegut not as depressing as William Burroughs and not as black comedy as Hunter S. Thompson  --- one of PDK's most rounded and personal works.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on October 14, 2007, 06:35:55 AM
Jarhead 8/10

Worth watching!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0418763/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 14, 2007, 06:58:32 AM
RE:3

I liked it because I ike zombie movies. It was kind of like mad max meets dawn of the dead. As far as the plot of the original games I'm told that it has nothing to do with any of them at all. That's fine with me because if I wanted a story line I'd watch a movie. Hey check it out they did make a movie and I liked it.

Valentine in RE:2 literally was the worst actig job I've seen in my life. That actress almost ruined an otherwise awesome movie. She wasn't in RE:3 which made the game fans complain. But think of it this way. You're characters in the games never use the bathroom and you never care to miss it. Valintine in RE:2 was like using the bathroom. She was thankfully missing from RE:3.

Overall it was a massive rip off of Day of the Dead, however it was better than Day of the Dead simply because it was a big budget movie and the special effects are obviously better.

8/10 as compared to RE:2
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 14, 2007, 07:01:43 AM
not as black comedy as Hunter S. Thompson

You mean dark comedy. I only correct you because there are "black comedy" specials on HBO all the time and they've never exactly shown The War of the Roses.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 24, 2007, 03:51:49 PM
A couple weeks ago, I saw an amusing movie from 1966 called What's Up, Tiger Lily?

Apparently it was originally some cheezy Japanese spy-movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on November 24, 2007, 04:00:04 PM
quadz i saw that movie when it came out in 1966 it was

:lolsign:

and i still lol every time i watch that movie
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ĄƦçɧąɳɠҾԼ on November 24, 2007, 04:02:52 PM
 :lolsign:

"He lives in that piece of paper?!"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on November 24, 2007, 04:24:50 PM
Ahhh! An oriental!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on November 24, 2007, 05:17:43 PM
I just watched
The Break-Up
With Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn

It was really sad
but of course with Vince Vaughn
it had its funny moments

idk ima girl i like good
tear jerkers :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on November 24, 2007, 05:28:44 PM
any good horror movies like "the shining" i'm missing out on.

 :notworthy:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on November 24, 2007, 09:43:27 PM
The Departed
9/10

Crash
9/10


Pride and Prejudice
8/10

A Walk to Remember
9/10
great chick flick
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: . on November 25, 2007, 05:53:50 AM
I'm prejudiced about which Pride and Prejudice I will watch. I own A&E's version, with Colin Firth, and refuse to believe anything can top it. I am a huge sucker for British wit and those characters were so colorful, you even fell in love with the bad guys.

A Walk to Remember,  have that one also, good chic flick.  ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: X'tyfe on November 25, 2007, 06:01:05 AM
"The Mist" last night

worst movie ever
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 25, 2007, 06:20:12 AM
Mission Impossible 3

We watched all 3 in the past several days.
#1 was a timeless classic for action and spy movies (10/10)
#2 was mission impossible to watch without falling asleep (1/10)
#3 was an above average action movie. Overall I enjoyed it (6/10)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Moving Shadow on November 25, 2007, 09:54:30 AM
I just watched 28 Weeks Later last night.  That has to be the worst sequel/movie ever.  What a waste.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 25, 2007, 12:27:55 PM
I just watched 28 Weeks Later last night.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on November 25, 2007, 01:04:38 PM


A Walk to Remember
9/10
great chick flick


thats like my favorite movie lol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fanny on November 25, 2007, 02:33:33 PM
The Notebook
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on November 25, 2007, 02:57:13 PM
i enjoyed blood diamond

7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: hieronymous on November 25, 2007, 05:17:25 PM
Of all of Nicholas Sparks novels to screen --- Message in a Bottle is the best to me but i am a guy -- loved the way he remained true to his wife
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 04, 2007, 11:46:15 PM
Raising Arizona    :bananaw00t:

Damn funny movie.  Hadn't seen it in about 10 years, wife found the widescreen DVD on eBay in perfect condition for like $5.00.


:afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on December 05, 2007, 12:35:14 AM
Turn to the right.......

(http://reflex.tastyspleen.net/Quake%20II%20-%20Files/untitled.bmp)

Nicolas Cage has made some good ones :)
I'd rather watch this than "National Treasure"

I didnt agree with this critics opinion "Plot Synopsis:This plot synopsis is empty."

The narration totally made that movie,  good performance by John Goodman too.
   Jailbreak scene was kinda gross.





I think one of the last movies I watched was "Lord of War" by Cage.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 05, 2007, 09:04:52 PM
rambo first blood 7/10

really good movie, rambo's messed up, has flash backs of being a prison of war.  cops treat him like a piece of garabe, so he kills them all in the woods, predator style.

aliens 2  7/10

aliens..lady fights some aliens previously, only she gets lost in space.  when found, they think she destroyed an important spacecraft, turns out she goes back to kill aliens, saving a little girl in the process.  but i know things, they come back on the ship :>

been watching hbo's OZ, 10/10

the prison where people get killed everyday, was nice to watch Beecher go crazy in season 1

 :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 06, 2007, 12:57:24 AM
Turn to the right.......

(http://reflex.tastyspleen.net/Quake%20II%20-%20Files/untitled.bmp)

Son, you got a panty on your head... !

http://tastyspleen.net/~quadz/Raising%20Arizona%20Title%20Theme%20-%20excerpt.mp3

:purpleshock: :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adrenal1ne on December 06, 2007, 01:29:37 AM
sneakers... :>
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 06, 2007, 01:57:48 AM
I'll be taking these Huggies and whatever cash ya got (http://new.wavlist.com/movies/062/ra-huggies.wav)

 :bump:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: lidz on December 06, 2007, 01:40:52 PM
Classic movie - been a while since I watched it, I may have to get it tonight.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 08, 2007, 06:05:47 AM
I know who killed me

Suprisingly a 7 out of 10.

You have to get past the bad casting to like the movie. It is fun to see the big double L get her limbs hacked off though. Overall my favorite portion is the intersting and rather original bad guy. In the end he's a subplot, (like scarecrow in batman begins) but his weapons and his style were like buffalo bill and the real ed gein all rolled into one. Also they dared to go supernatural and it worked.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: johnny on December 11, 2007, 01:50:01 PM
Just saw No Country For Old Men. Go see it. Now.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on December 11, 2007, 10:47:43 PM
Knocked Up - 7/10

Guy knocks up girl then has to grow up and man up. One word, Condom  :dohdohdoh:

Super Bad - 8/10

HS friends do anything to get with drunk chicks. Hilarity ensues. One word, McLovin'  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on December 12, 2007, 05:02:57 AM
Knocked Up - 7/10
Guy knocks up girl then has to grow up and man up. One word, Condom  :dohdohdoh:

No. Two words: Birth Control.

Crush em up in her dinner if you have to.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on December 12, 2007, 07:09:39 AM
[quote author=j
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on December 12, 2007, 07:12:26 AM
Oh, one night stand... never saw the movie?

Meh blow it on her face or something, christ.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 12, 2007, 08:24:50 AM
Knocked Up - 7/10

Penis.. he he
Pot.. he he
Swearing at a doctor.. he he

Hope I didn't ruin the ending for anyone.

0 out of 10


If you want to see Knocked up, watch Lethal Weapon 4, subtract the action, humor, and then ending. Don't you love when a sub plot of a real movie gets released as a full length attempt at counter culter?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 12, 2007, 08:46:58 AM
Knocked Up and Blades of Glory were dissapointments to me.

Anchor Man, Old School , and Elf were some funny Will Farrell movies

 :alien:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Unstable on December 12, 2007, 09:00:54 AM
Raising Arizona
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 14, 2007, 01:01:39 PM
I am always using quotes out of that movie with my kids! haha

"I recommend.. YOU PAY!" or "TURN TO THE RIGHT!" lol

Hahaha... Mind you don't cut yourself now, Mordecai !!!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on December 14, 2007, 01:08:44 PM
Eraserhead (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074486/plotsummary)  :dohdohdoh: :dohdohdoh: :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on December 23, 2007, 03:08:25 PM
Ghost Rider 7/10

Never liked the comic or its  concept, but I found the movie kinda entertaining. 

Plus, his girlfriend was hot!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adrenal1ne on December 23, 2007, 03:53:16 PM
i am legend..
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on December 23, 2007, 04:08:36 PM
i am legend..

and how was it?  any good?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 23, 2007, 07:49:23 PM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on December 23, 2007, 03:08:25 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on December 23, 2007, 03:08:25 PM
Ghost Rider 7/10

Never liked the comic or its
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 26, 2007, 07:24:50 PM
Rob Zombie's Halloween

-10 out of 10.

I want my 2 hours back.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: . on December 26, 2007, 07:54:12 PM
I just saw Elizabeth: The Golden Age.

I'm a sucker for period pieces, which is zzzz for many. I guess it was historically inaccurate but I don't care. Costume design was brilliant. Cate Blanchett did such a good job I now want to see her 1998 Elizabeth portrayal. Geoffrey Rush (whom I adore) plays Sir Francis Walsingham in both Elizabeth movies as well.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DrkKnight on December 26, 2007, 09:49:37 PM
I just saw ratatouille with my kids it was good movie.  tomorrow nite its going to be pirates of carribean at world ends with my kids. :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on December 30, 2007, 07:57:17 PM
i just saw ratatouille too, it was cute. especially if you love to cook!

but I just watched Sicko and wow, I'm sure happy I don't live in the USA  :oops: :sorry:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 16, 2008, 10:20:42 PM
Just saw No Country For Old Men. Go see it. Now.

Just saw it tonight.  Enjoyed it.



:)

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 17, 2008, 03:11:20 AM
Bourne Ultimatum 6/10

Watched all 3

The first to are shimmering tributes to the first Mission Impossible movie.

Third was a pretty uninspiried sequel that reminds me of Max Payne. He kills the drug addict, then the drug dealer, then the crooked cop, then the mob boss that bought the crooked cop, then the mob boss that owns that mob boss, then the mob boss's cleaning lady, then the cleaning ladys drug dealer, then the second cousin of the drug dealer of the cleaning lady for looking at him funny... One conspiracy can only go so far. Eventually you need a new plot.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on January 17, 2008, 05:13:11 AM
cod4  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: marijane on January 17, 2008, 02:53:18 PM
 the new Simpsons movie   :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Art on January 18, 2008, 06:58:01 PM
i am legend..

sucked
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adrenal1ne on January 18, 2008, 07:00:53 PM
i am legend..

sucked

agreed
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on January 18, 2008, 07:08:40 PM
I believe it was "No Country for Old Men" - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0477348/ 

Was pretty high up there on the IMDB top 250, came out in 2007, had Tommy Lee Jones in it, but I had never heard of it.  So I downloaded it and watched it.  Movie was pretty good for the most part, other than having the most lame ending to a movie I've ever seen I think.  If you can even call it an ending.  The villain in the movie was super badass though, a total psycho who played the part extremely convincingly I think.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 18, 2008, 07:26:50 PM
i am legend..

sucked

Adrenaline has posted twice now about this movie and now Art once.

Did the whole movie suck or was it just the ending?
Most from what I heard was just the ending.

I'd like to here more from people I know, what was wrong about it!
Give me a review from someone I know!!!!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adrenal1ne on January 19, 2008, 05:13:40 AM
id rather you be the judge for yourself dukie  :humm:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: . on January 19, 2008, 05:53:57 AM
i am legend..

sucked

agreed

Yeah, I was disappointed too.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: weezuschrist on January 20, 2008, 11:18:08 AM
thriller

not the micheal jackson one, the banned swedish exploitation film.

it was a 10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 20, 2008, 01:43:59 PM
Flash Gordon
The 1980 one
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080745/

still as crappy and fun to watch as it always was :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on January 22, 2008, 08:32:12 PM
The Kingdom with Jamie Fox.  It was ok it kept my attention, but nothing spectacular.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 22, 2008, 10:34:07 PM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on January 20, 2008, 01:43:59 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 20, 2008, 01:43:59 PM
Flash Gordon
The 1980 one

"That 'Ming' is a psycho !"       :D


Just saw a flick from 1957 called A Face In The Crowd.
http://www.tvguide.com/movies/face-crowd/review/114233

By the writer/director team responsible for On The Waterfront.  The movie has some real bite to it... and everything it predicted about TV came true.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 25, 2008, 06:45:23 PM
Good Luck Chuck

I give it a  (.)(.)/10


Can you say trash? I remember watching episodes of Maurey with more tact than this.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Art on January 25, 2008, 08:49:46 PM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on January 18, 2008, 07:26:50 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 18, 2008, 07:26:50 PM
i am legend..

sucked

Adrenaline has posted twice now about this movie and now Art once.

Did the whole movie suck or was it just the ending?
Most from what I heard was just the ending.

I'd like to here more from people I know, what was wrong about it!
Give me a review from someone I know!!!!

We thought No Country for old Men was playing. It wasn't. So we watched Legend. I considered it a complete waste.
Dukie, if you like to watch one bad actor 75% of the time, one dog, some animated animals (deer, lions, zombie dogs), and a few mutated zombied vampires, you might like it. :D No doubt from the ending, they plan on a sequel.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on January 26, 2008, 11:55:57 AM
Juno
7/10

Super Troopers
8/10

Rambo
9/10


I was half-asleep during most of them though, haha, except during Juno

And if anyone is into Asian dramas, specifically Chinese drama (me, I'm like obsessed... it's what I do in my spare time): Romance in the Rain was good, Why Why Love & Devil Beside You are great - the same main actors, the cute girl and hot guy are in both.



Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 26, 2008, 12:12:11 PM
Juno
7/10

Super Troopers
8/10

Rambo
9/10


I was half-asleep during most of them though, haha, except during Juno

And if anyone is into Asian dramas, specifically Chinese drama (me, I'm like obsessed... it's what I do in my spare time): Romance in the Rain was good, Why Why Love & Devil Beside You are great - the same main actors, the cute girl and hot guy are in both.

Is Train Man any good? I'm not much for drama or foreign, but it just seems like it has to have the same style as Lost in Translation.

I recommend highly The Host (Gwoemul). Magnolia films has some hit and miss films, but The Host is one of the best movies I've ever seen. Hyun-seo!!!!!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on January 26, 2008, 11:38:03 PM
Children of Men
With the aid of bourbon I give it a 9/10
who knows how good it is without the whiskey, but I really liked it tonight.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on January 27, 2008, 11:19:52 AM
cloverfield
9/10
in the beggining it's a little slow, but the monster is awesome. one you need to see in the theater.
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Post by: [BTF]Sigma on January 27, 2008, 02:20:04 PM
Sicko

8/10

This is why I love being Canadian. We look after our own.... and yours.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on January 27, 2008, 02:57:06 PM
i felt lucky to when i saw that flick.  How about the medical in france and benefits too!!  now THEY are lucky, paid college, payed days off to move lol must be nice...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on January 28, 2008, 05:35:30 AM
Rambo!

Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts.

10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on January 28, 2008, 08:46:02 AM
I saw that Die Hard one and it sucked.
Also saw that Harry Potter. Now I thought he was supposed to die in this one?! anyways it sucked to. that was the first harry potter show i saw i hated. had some good affects but not much of a story line.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 28, 2008, 04:37:54 PM
I saw that Die Hard one and it sucked.

I'm sorry. All I heard was "I'm a woman!"

 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on January 28, 2008, 07:14:24 PM
 :help:  I love UFC and Hockey, I love Van Dam movies especially blood sport. I like to hunt, and play FPS's.  I am by no means a typical woman, that did make me 'lol' tho :D

I just hated that movie, it was lame. All the other die hards were good though. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: . on January 28, 2008, 07:25:07 PM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on January 26, 2008, 11:38:03 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on January 26, 2008, 11:38:03 PM
Children of Men
With the aid of bourbon I give it a 9/10
who knows how good it is without the whiskey, but I really liked it tonight.

Agreed Dukie. I really enjoyed that flick. The director did a great job of giving a post-apocalyptic feel. I gave it a 9/10 whilst sober. It would have received a 10/10 if it forwent some of the icon nods like Ping Floyd's pig balloon as I didn't see it adding anything substantial to the storyline.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on January 28, 2008, 07:26:09 PM
The Kingdom.

8.5/10

I really liked how there were no stale moments in this movie.
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Post by: myamagical on February 02, 2008, 10:34:02 AM
The Illusionist
9/10

The Notebook
9/10

Just so you know, my guy friend actually agreed to watch The Notebook with me, haha.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 02, 2008, 06:16:20 PM
Just so you know, my guy friend actually agreed to watch The Notebook with me, haha.

Ever see Just Friends? Yeah he's singing "I Swear" into a mirror right about now.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: RailWolf on February 02, 2008, 10:37:06 PM
Rambo!

Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts.

10/10

Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts.

!!!!


rawr
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on February 03, 2008, 06:37:54 AM
3:10 to Yuma
6-7/10
Wasn't a really bad movie on it's own, but I really was expecting a much better movie considering Russell Crowe and Christian Bale were the main characters.
Crowe really didn't seem like a badass as much as his captors seemed incompetent.
Stop turning your back on the guy, dammit!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on February 07, 2008, 11:38:10 AM
Just watched the big Battle in Rambo and holy crap I'll never play COD4 the same again :|
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on February 07, 2008, 12:02:11 PM
Just watched the big Battle in Rambo and holy crap I'll never play COD4 the same again :|

 :yessign:

Rambo!

Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts, Blood, Guts.

10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on February 07, 2008, 05:08:15 PM
Looked like they used cans of Campbells Tomato soup as their squibs.

He more than ventilated those guys with the jeep mounted gun, he pureed them.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on February 07, 2008, 07:00:13 PM
saw 2. first one was Mr.Woodcock with Billy Bob Thorton, Susan Sarandon and Stiffler which was funny. pretty much what i expected, i give it a 8/10.

and the other one was Good Luck Chuck with jessica alba and some guy i dont know.  first half is funny, and there is a LOT of tits and sex!  lol like 100 topless women  :WTF:  but the 2nd half got sappy. we turned it off and went to our PC's so i never finished it. Probably will tonight though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on February 08, 2008, 08:36:43 PM
Just got through watching "The Marine" with John Cena.
Good movie, better than anything the Rock has done.
Although serviving all the explosions and car chase was a bit much. If your not to hung up on realism (and I am) I suggest watching it for a good action flick.
http://imdb.com/title/tt0419946/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 09, 2008, 05:23:08 AM
The Invasion: 4/10

Best described as Political Science Fiction, because mere Science fiction was not enough.

Also re-introduced the fine art Godzilla style science. "Judging from the still picture I saw of the virus and no real scientific fact, this space alien went through a worm hole transforming it into a plasma like being that bonded with the crab nebula and solar radiation brought it back to life."

Great example of how a large budget movie can still be a B movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on April 05, 2008, 07:59:52 PM
The Departed: 9/10

Wonder what was in the envelope he gave to the girl?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on April 05, 2008, 09:29:26 PM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on April 05, 2008, 07:59:52 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on April 05, 2008, 07:59:52 PM
The Departed: 9/10

Wonder what was in the envelope he gave to the girl?

The tape of the cell phone conversations right??

Vantage point: 8/10

Only real problem was it seems to have had a couple of plot errors.....however, it is a non-stop adrenaline rush
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on April 06, 2008, 05:03:04 AM
Run Fatboy, Run

9/10

Laughed most of the way through it.  Very enjoyable.  Big bonus nobody else was in the theature at th time too.  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on May 04, 2008, 03:24:04 PM
vantage point was ok, 6.5/10

looking forward to the new Indiana Jones, but I'm expecting it to be worse than the older movies like all the rest :(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on May 04, 2008, 06:18:00 PM
No Country for Old Men 10/10

good movie

read the book too.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Art on May 05, 2008, 08:37:31 AM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on May 04, 2008, 06:18:00 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on May 04, 2008, 06:18:00 PM
No Country for Old Men 10/10

good movie

I thought so too. Funny hearing actors with our west/south texas accent. Do we really sound like that? LOL
Tommy Lee Jones was probably the only real Texan in the movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on May 07, 2008, 08:36:36 AM
Iron Man

9/10


I liked it a lot, but part of the reason why it was so good could be because of who I went to go see it with. =)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: johnny on May 07, 2008, 09:31:04 AM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on May 04, 2008, 06:18:00 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on May 04, 2008, 06:18:00 PM
No Country for Old Men 10/10

good movie

I thought so too. Funny hearing actors with our west/south texas accent. Do we really sound like that? LOL
Tommy Lee Jones was probably the only real Texan in the movie.

He did a lot of work with Josh Brolin, apparently, whose character is supposed to be from San Saba, TX. That's where Tommy Lee Jones's ranch is--right across the county hwy. from my hunting lease.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: johnny on May 07, 2008, 09:31:48 AM
Atonement. Interesting plot structure, well acted, good story--a solid A.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on May 07, 2008, 10:02:43 AM
Iron Man

9/10


I liked it a lot, but part of the reason why it was so good could be because of who I went to go see it with. =)


Laaaaaaaaaaaame!  :evilking:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on May 07, 2008, 01:06:27 PM
Iron Man was good

 :yessign:

all the x-men movies were better though, even the last one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Gator on May 07, 2008, 05:27:02 PM
After being a life long Iron Man fan, i dont want to say i was let down at all, but i wasnt blown away.

24 hours after seeing the movie, i dont feel it has changed my life or outlook on life at all.  Which, in my opinion any good film will.  Even leaving the theatre, i recall thinking it just did what it needed to, but no more.  The trailers made me higher then the film.

i'd give it a 7/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on May 07, 2008, 08:11:28 PM
No country for old men.....was a 9/10 UNTIL THE WORST ENDING OF ALL FREAKING TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!5/10

Ironman 8/10...robert downey jr. is just a cool guy
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Waffle Whiffer on May 09, 2008, 10:38:11 AM
Yep, that ending was terrible. I thought I spaced out and missed something. So I hit rewind and watched the ending again. WTF. The rest of the movie was good, the bad guy was great. I think I'm gonna cut my hair like his and scare the neighbors.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on May 10, 2008, 05:07:16 PM
27 dresses

7/10.  The plot ended up being pretty standard, but it was a fun movie to watch.  Heigl is a fun girl to watch.  :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: zndkw1n on May 12, 2008, 06:19:58 PM
ZOMBIE STRIPPERS!!! MOVIE OF THE YEAR!!!!!

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Art on May 13, 2008, 05:43:32 PM
MALE ZOMBIE STRIPPERS!!! MOVIE OF THE YEAR!!!!!

Fixed
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on May 13, 2008, 06:58:22 PM
Tommy was the old man.  As soon as he realized he was the old man, he bowed out and that was the end of the movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Waffle Whiffer on May 14, 2008, 03:18:33 PM
MALE ZOMBIE STRIPPERS!!! MOVIE OF THE YEAR!!!!!

Fixed

hehehehe not that there's anything wrong with that.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Waffle Whiffer on May 14, 2008, 03:22:50 PM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on May 13, 2008, 06:58:22 PM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on May 13, 2008, 06:58:22 PM
Tommy was the old man.  As soon as he realized he was the old man, he bowed out and that was the end of the movie.

He realized he was too old to be chasing the bad guy so he just stops and the movie ends? I think you have to have read the book to get the ending.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Prophet on May 14, 2008, 03:29:09 PM
I saw Iron Man as well.  I thought it was a great movie.  Did anyone stay until after the credits were done?  All I can say is pwned, you lost.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on May 18, 2008, 12:50:35 PM
Astronaut Farmer

7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on May 18, 2008, 07:43:00 PM
Just watched The Crow again....9/10 Brandon Lee is sick...to bad he died, dude woulda been a great actor
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Daemia on May 23, 2008, 09:44:51 PM
Just rented 3 movies, I hope they are as good as people say  :humm: I got 'The Golden Compass',  'Strange Wilderness', and 'Dan In Real Life'.  anyone see these yet?

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: deft on May 23, 2008, 10:28:29 PM
Detroit Rock City..one of my favorites.


Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 23, 2008, 10:38:13 PM
Chained Heat

...Wow, I can't believe Linda Blair didn't win an academy award for that role.  :ugly_08: Some top-notch acting there, WOOHOO!

The shower scene was nice. HOLY SHIT, bush as thick as the Australian wilderness!  :ubershock:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on May 23, 2008, 11:20:45 PM
Enchanted

9/10 :D
Title: New Topic
Post by: Daemia on May 24, 2008, 08:29:11 AM
So 'Strange Wilderness' by the Happy-Madison Productions was horrible...  It had its funny parts but over all I give it a 2/5.
Steve Zahn is SO SKINNY and cracked out in this movie its sad.  He looks nothing like he did in National Security and Sahara
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on May 25, 2008, 10:17:01 PM
Watched a couple yesterday:

Smiley Face (http://www.tvguide.com/movies/smiley-face/review/287464) - didn't have any particular expectations for this one, and in that sense it didn't disappoint. Several amusing scenes and never got too stupid. Enjoyable.

The King of Kong (http://www.tvguide.com/movies/king-kong/review/289888) which rules and you all MUST rent it now. :D :D


:)

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 27, 2008, 09:09:16 PM
Pr0ns FTW!!!

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/DVD-CHASEYSAVESTHEWORLD.jpg)
Chasey Saves The World
rated: XXX
Vivid Video 1996
Starring: Chasey Lain, Jill Kelly, Missy, Amber Woods, Jon Dough, Steven St. Croix
Director: Judy Blue

Apparently these zombie aliens have taken over the bodies of these people in some podunk town. The only way to make them human once again is to fuck them silly. I guess the power of the orgasm is too much for the alien to handle... Yeah, a real riveting plot. More oscar-worthy acting skills in this one than you can shake a brick at. I wonder whatever happened to Chasey Lain, she used to be one of the hottest and most popular babes in the industry. She just disappeared around 2001. Probably for the best. At least she hasn't stuck around like Tera Patrick. Tera's had so much plastic surgery done to her face that she almost looks as bad as Michael Jackson. Pornstars should gracefully take a bow and leave the stage when they get to be too old. Porn star bitches DO have a shelf life, and it's only about 5 years. After that, all the coke starts making their face sink.

I give it 7 out of 10 dancing peckers.
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Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on May 28, 2008, 05:11:46 AM
Transformers

9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on May 29, 2008, 05:07:38 PM
You know that satisfying splat you get when you nail someone in the face with a railgun when they are at around 2 health? (preferably because they had 202 armor and you've nailed the bastard 4 times in a row)

That was Rambo.

10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on May 30, 2008, 09:00:35 PM
The Mist -10000000/10

I didn't know I'd ever compare a movie to House of the Dead, and say that House of the Dead was better. Don't even see it out of curiosity. It's not even worth your time. Just go read some complete review with spoilers, it'll take 15 minutes and be better written than this entire movie.

  >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

Well atleast i can look forward to Zardoz now that I know it can't be worse than the mist. I mean geez. I've seen a Dulf Lundgren movie better than the Mist... RECENTLY!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: zndkw1n on June 01, 2008, 05:37:10 PM
www.postalthemovie.com (http://www.postalthemovie.com)

Here's the awesome intro to the movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt_tv7t79WY

Movie of the year!!!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 02, 2008, 07:27:16 AM
can't even find a torrent of the postal movie in english.  :(  Want to see that one.

Indina Jones: 2/5.  it wasn't that good.  got 2 because there's some good parts.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 02, 2008, 07:54:38 AM
Indiana Jones was ok.  It wasn't really good like the original 3

 :bigcry:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DaHanG on June 02, 2008, 08:07:39 AM
www.postalthemovie.com (http://www.postalthemovie.com)

Here's the awesome intro to the movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt_tv7t79WY

Movie of the year!!!

 :ban:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on June 02, 2008, 08:18:56 AM
www.postalthemovie.com (http://www.postalthemovie.com)

Here's the awesome intro to the movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt_tv7t79WY

Movie of the year!!!

LOL... Listen to that cry baby. Waaahh my movie gets no screens, WAAAAH!  :bigcry:

 :lolsign:

:ban:

 :yessign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 02, 2008, 08:37:30 AM
www.postalthemovie.com (http://www.postalthemovie.com)

Here's the awesome intro to the movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt_tv7t79WY

Movie of the year!!!

 :ban:

movie looks awesome.  why ban?  The Postal 2 MP is out for free now (check out any major game download site.  IE fileplanet, filefront, etc). 
postal trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KvR0Wkbs6k)
interview (http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/330/an_interview_with_uwe_boll) with director.

BTW, I thought he was already banned once?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 02, 2008, 11:04:03 AM
I thought the Mist was quite good,
8/10

 :yessign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DaHanG on June 02, 2008, 01:11:42 PM
I thought the Mist was quite good,
8/10

 :yessign:

I was going to see it but I Mist it...

 :ohreally:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on June 09, 2008, 06:13:04 PM
Transformers

10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 17, 2008, 07:35:47 AM
The Eye (remake) = 7/10
The Eye (original) = 10/10
The Eye 2  = 8/10

The Eye 2 was just as good as the original, but 1 scene where a woman throws herself off a building, then crawls back to the top and throws herself off again... just could not be taken seriously. That scene drops the rating from an otherwise 10/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: zndkw1n on June 18, 2008, 10:59:43 AM
Yea, go watch Postal!  Its way better than those turds narnia chronicles and indiana jones.  Man that indiana jones movie seems like it was made by complete fucktards(probably since steven spielberg directed it), and it's AIMED at fucktards too.  They make amazing factual information, like Pancho Villa taught the people in cuzco quechua. )hehehe.  note: pancho villa is mexican, like 15 thousand miles to the north.  And that mayans are the ancient culture of peru.  hint: theyre not.  Theyre from central america.  Cant these fuckwits read wikipedia at least?  :LAME:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on June 18, 2008, 12:45:06 PM
Last movie was Happy Gilmore. definitely a classic. 10/10

Yea, go watch Postal!  Its way better than those turds narnia chronicles and indiana jones.  Man that indiana jones movie seems like it was made by complete fucktards(probably since steven spielberg directed it), and it's AIMED at fucktards too.  They make amazing factual information, like Pancho Villa taught the people in cuzco quechua. )hehehe.  note: pancho villa is mexican, like 15 thousand miles to the north.  And that mayans are the ancient culture of peru.  hint: theyre not.  Theyre from central america.  Cant these fuckwits read wikipedia at least?  :LAME:
:stupid:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 18, 2008, 01:04:25 PM
Last movie was Happy Gilmore. definitely a classic. 10/10

Yea, go watch Postal!  Its way better than those turds narnia chronicles and indiana jones.  Man that indiana jones movie seems like it was made by complete fucktards(probably since steven spielberg directed it), and it's AIMED at fucktards too.  They make amazing factual information, like Pancho Villa taught the people in cuzco quechua. )hehehe.  note: pancho villa is mexican, like 15 thousand miles to the north.  And that mayans are the ancient culture of peru.  hint: theyre not.  Theyre from central america.  Cant these fuckwits read wikipedia at least?  :LAME:
:stupid:

I guess zndkw1n has really Nuked the Fridge on his posting career.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: zndkw1n on June 18, 2008, 03:55:13 PM
Hmm, why exactly is that?  Did i insult the great american studios that made Indiana Jones 4?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: zndkw1n on June 18, 2008, 04:00:43 PM
www.postalthemovie.com (http://www.postalthemovie.com)

Here's the awesome intro to the movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt_tv7t79WY

Movie of the year!!!

 :ban:

movie looks awesome.  why ban?  The Postal 2 MP is out for free now (check out any major game download site.  IE fileplanet, filefront, etc). 
postal trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KvR0Wkbs6k)
interview (http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/330/an_interview_with_uwe_boll) with director.

BTW, I thought he was already banned once?

Hey man, yea, postal is awesome, check it out if you havent seen it yet.  Youll laugh your ass off.  BTW have you played the postal MP?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on June 19, 2008, 06:59:06 PM
Office Space

8/10

Darn Printer
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on July 05, 2008, 12:28:53 AM

Man Push Cart
http://www.tvguide.com/movies/man-push-cart/review/283139

Enjoyed it, but man... what a bleak movie.

:raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 05, 2008, 03:29:50 AM
Vantage Point
8/10

Gimmicky but good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 25, 2008, 06:47:34 AM
Snatch.

Amazing! if you ever get the chance to see it, I would watch it :>


http://youtube.com/watch?v=q8XaVWAsT9A

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TRV3xA9Zcds

:]
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on July 25, 2008, 07:31:29 AM
The Dark Knight-10/10....best super hero movie ive ever seen, and heathe ledger=best super hero villian of all time

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Whirlingdervish on July 25, 2008, 08:28:29 AM
I saw that one wednesday night.. Except for a few little things I thought it was one of the best comicbook/superhero flicks I've seen.

10/10 from me too.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on July 25, 2008, 09:08:18 AM
Live Free Die Hard

8/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 25, 2008, 04:01:02 PM
Shutter (remake) 0/10

More of a parady of other scary movies than Scary movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on August 03, 2008, 11:31:18 AM
The Dark Knight

6/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 03, 2008, 08:55:58 PM
(http://www.tvguide.com/movies/dbpix/images/25611a.jpg)

Violent Saturday (http://www.tvguide.com/movies/violent-saturday/review/122145) (1955).  Enjoyable slice o' noir.


:afro:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on August 04, 2008, 11:03:20 AM
The Dark Knight

6/10


I shake my head at someone who gives live free or die hard an 8..but then gives the dark knight a 6  :exqueezeme:  :exqueezeme:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 05, 2008, 12:05:29 AM
Step Brothers.

2/10

The 2 is because I found myself (surprisingly) laughing at some of the retarded humor, so it did something productive that kept me awake.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 05, 2008, 04:43:39 AM
Cannibal Holocaust - 3/10

(for gore: 9.5/10)

All I can say is... wow. Even I was somewhat horrified. From what I've heard, this movie has always been widely hated. It contains some VERY graphic scenes of mutilation of both humans and animals. The animal mutilation is 100% real, and the human mutilation appears real. From what I've read, the film maker had to go out of his way to prove that no one was actually killed in the making of it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Dizzy on August 05, 2008, 05:38:40 AM
Thanks for the image Focalor! Great way to start the work day :P

Just re-watched Donny Darko Yesterday. I'd give it a 9/10. I was surprised that I actually enjoyed it more the second time through.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 05, 2008, 07:14:01 AM
Hehe, yeah, you got a point there. Image removed. I'm not sure if the MPAA ever got a chance to review and rate that one. I'm not even sure that an NC-17 rating would be quite enough, lol.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 05, 2008, 03:27:11 PM
Boondock Saints...great flick.

10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on August 05, 2008, 05:57:29 PM
I agree Playboy, Willem Dafoe in drag made that movie. LOL
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: lidz on August 05, 2008, 10:37:53 PM
Revolver - it was alrighty

7.5263/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 07, 2008, 02:07:11 PM
The Incredible Hulk.

0/10

Shoulda been called Bruce because there was hardly any Hulk.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on August 07, 2008, 02:54:22 PM
Lol..playboy seems like one of those guys who has no taste for big blockbuster style summer movies
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on August 07, 2008, 10:20:07 PM
The Dark Knight

6/10


I shake my head at someone who gives live free or die hard an 8..but then gives the dark knight a 6  :exqueezeme:  :exqueezeme:

Only Heath Ledger performance kept me in the theater for the full movie or I would have given the movie a 2/10

Christian Bale performance almost put me to sleep

The best part of the movie was the magic pencil trick
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 08, 2008, 01:36:18 AM
SG1: Ark of Truth 1/10 - Basing your entire plot for season's 8-10 on a bad write off of a character in season 4 is a total joke.
SG1: Continuum 10/10 - Awesome! Exactly like a season 1 syle episode.

Nim's Island 10/10 - I dislike this genre, but I can't deny that the movie was perfectly executed and original enough to earn my respect.
Asylum 6/10 - Crappy ghost story, but the deaths and the monster were classic freddy and jason style.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 08, 2008, 08:33:09 AM
Lol..playboy seems like one of those guys who has no taste for big blockbuster style summer movies

When no thought process is put into it, of course not. I admit I'm a very very harsh critic, but I tell it as I see it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 08, 2008, 08:19:13 PM
The Dark Knight 10/10 and then 6/10

The first half of this movie was awesome as far as action, gadgets, and batman are concerned.

The second half gets a 10/10 in rediculousness, but a 6/10 as far as good movies are concerned. From the incessant tongue clicking to the blair witch style nose flare scene, it was the song that never ended, especially when they pulled a 24 at complete random.

Sorry to have to be the contrarian, but letting bad writing go unpunished in a big budget movie is just not my style.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 10, 2008, 01:46:24 AM
LMAO, yeah I remember some pile of crap movie (the title escapes me) starring Kathy Ireland and she was attempting to pull off a southern accent. One word:

FAIL!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 17, 2008, 11:07:27 PM
Persepolis (http://movies.tvguide.com/persepolis/review/291772).

(http://www.tvguide.com/movies/dbpix/images/48097a.jpg)

Quote
At a time when so many animated films use state-of-the-art 3D computer imaging technology to disguise the fact that they are in fact animated, Iranian-born artist and writer Marjane Satrapi's beautifully hand-drawn adaptation of her acclaimed series of autobiographical graphic novels is a welcome return to the original ideals of the art form. Named for the ancient capital of what was once called Persia, Satrapi's story is also a timely and deeply personal glimpse of life in Iran before, during and after the 1979 revolution that ended the reign of the Shah and ushered in a new era of rigorous Islamic fundamentalism.

. . .

Good flick.

:thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 18, 2008, 10:15:10 AM
Major League II. Always an enjoyable classic.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on August 18, 2008, 11:52:48 AM
Not even close to as good as the first
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 20, 2008, 05:45:24 AM
6ixtynin9 (http://movies.tvguide.com/6ixtynin9/review/137962)

(http://www.tvguide.com/movies/dbpix/images/46124a.jpg)

Quote
A newly laid-off office worker's decision to keep a box full of dirty money pits her against an ever-escalating set of complications — the biggest being the bodies piling up in her small apartment — in this dark comedy from Thailand.

Enjoyable.  Almost passed on it because of the gimmicky-looking title.  (Turns out the 6 and 9 are directly connected to events in the story, so the title does make sense a little ways into the movie.)


:bigshades:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on August 20, 2008, 06:00:59 AM
pron?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 20, 2008, 06:01:47 AM
6ixtynin9
Turns out the 6 and 9 are directly connected to events in the story

Oh, like Planet of the Babes and The Lord of the G-Strings?  :lolsign:

...

The Signal 7/10 Good but overall insanely weird.

Prom Night (remake) 3/10. Predictable, but the version of "Time of the Seasons" that plays at the beginning is pretty good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 20, 2008, 07:19:11 AM
Prom Night (remake) 0/10

Just shanks some teens and the movie itself is poorly put together. :( Terrible movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 20, 2008, 09:01:01 AM
Prom Night (remake) 0/10

Just shanks some teens and the movie itself is poorly put together. :( Terrible movie.

O.k. yeah maybe i unfairly rated it too high. I just gave it the same rating from IMDB.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on August 20, 2008, 10:06:49 AM
I didn't recently watch it, but spaceballs is super funny:10/10

 :notworthy:

and step brothers was ok, nothing special, not nearly as good as old school or anchor man, but it was still kinda funny. 5/10 i guess

bank job: 7/10
pretty fun to watch, nothing special again, it's pretty much Ocean's 14422
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on August 20, 2008, 02:02:44 PM
 :zzz:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Skillz on August 20, 2008, 02:52:40 PM
ya harold and kumor was good. The first 1 was better then the second. but there were a lot of tits in the second :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on August 20, 2008, 03:43:49 PM
but there were a lot of tits in the second

:lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on August 20, 2008, 03:51:58 PM
Zulu

Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson. Outnumbered British soldiers do battle with Zulu warriors

10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 20, 2008, 05:04:07 PM
6ixtynin9
Turns out the 6 and 9 are directly connected to events in the story

Oh, like Planet of the Babes and The Lord of the G-Strings?

Or, who could forget, ET: The Extra Testicle ?

But anyway, no.  I'm not trying to make a big deal out of it, but what I'm saying is, unlike, say, Thir13en Ghosts, where the numerals 1 and 3 are just part of a gimmick that pertains only to the title; in 6ixtynin9 a literal numeral 6 which is repeatedly mistaken for a 9 is what initiates the majority of mischief in the movie.

Thus, I would grant that 6ixtynin9 is slightly less gimmicky than Thir13en Ghosts.  (But anyway, according to the subtitles, the Thai title of the film translates to something like, "A Funny Story about 6 and 9".)


Regards,

:dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: opt1ckz on August 23, 2008, 06:22:48 PM
untraceable.

damn.. the high tech 1337 sp34k of the girl is making me hard. jesus christ she knows how to say "botnet" "ping" "whois" "reverse whois" OMFG!!! MY PENIX!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Pr0c3550r on August 24, 2008, 10:48:35 AM
Golden Eye 007 James Bond

The World is not enough. haha computer geek that says "The World is mine" gets nuked big time.

Intro was totally the dope !!!

Being born slightly before the first 007 movie. I grew up with 007.

In the 80's we had James Bond marathon weekends, we would rent all the 007 flicks and watch them on VHS and Beta format VCR


GOOD TIMES !!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: opt1ckz on August 24, 2008, 07:30:18 PM
"Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins"

man.. i love black comedy. don't know why but shit.. i LOVE black comedy.. for real.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on August 24, 2008, 07:40:46 PM
'felon'..

good movie imo...val kilmer ftw  :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 29, 2008, 07:01:13 PM
Doomsday.
Action = 7/10
Plot, continuity, story, plot device, script, characters, realism, believability, and suspension of disbelief. -10000/10

This movie reminds me of playing army men as a little kid. You just kind of make things up as you go along, and if you feel like making G.I. Joe fight king Arthur, then so be it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 10, 2008, 12:06:26 PM
I recently saw "Be Kind Rewind" as it was recommended by a few co-workers. I must say as cheesey as the story was, I somehow managed to enjoy watching it(you rarely hear me say that). It's Jack Black and Mos Def in a comedy about running a video store and (through magnetic force) erase all the movies so they videotape themselves trying to reinact the movies and it's enjoyable for the most part. I recommend if you're in the mood for a cheesey comedy that will make you laugh.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on September 10, 2008, 01:02:15 PM
We're going streaking!!!!!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 14, 2008, 10:07:22 PM
"The Punisher" ... If your a fan of the comics, this movie sucks. If not, then its got some cool action scenes...pretty brutal slaughter in the beginning. I gotta give props to the wrestler(think its kevin nash?) who played a russian...cool fight scene...dude is fuckin big! Otherwise, didn't care for it that much as Im a fan of the comics.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 21, 2008, 02:40:18 PM
I saw the new movie "My Best Friends Girl" and the jokes Dane Cook had in it were fucking hilarious. I laughed my ass off, I recommend it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on September 21, 2008, 04:08:57 PM
Hellboy 2: The Golden Army

The art direction and style of this movie is amazing. Acting, not so much.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 21, 2008, 07:11:11 PM
The Silence of the Lambs

10/10

I've seen it several times before, but it was on last night and I figured I'd watch it again.

My favorite line from this movie is when Dr. Lecter meets the senator and asks her if she breastfed her daughter.
"When an amputee loses a leg, he can feel it tickling long after it's removed. Tell me, when your daughter is gone, where will it tickle you?"

"Oh, senator! One more thing! .........love the suit."
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 21, 2008, 08:20:38 PM
Silence of the lambs...GREAT movie. The sequels and prequels...AWFUL.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on September 21, 2008, 08:53:36 PM
I thought Red Dragon was well done. But that's some kind of side story for the most part.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 21, 2008, 09:33:31 PM
Actually, i forgot about that one. I was referring to Hannibal Rising and Hannibal. But yah, thats more of a side story...i dont remember it well.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ToxicMonkey^MZC on September 22, 2008, 10:55:17 AM
Tropic Thunder - Ben Stiller is class

You probably either love or hate this film - for me there were about 3 or 4 pure class comedy moments that made it all worthwhile.  I think Stiller is a seriously funny dude.
The film was an off-beat comedy along the same sort of humour as Zoolander was.  If you liked Zoolander then this is a must.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 22, 2008, 01:47:51 PM
Postal

7/10

In all honesty it was a 3/10, but this morning I couldn't get all of the horribly offensive content out of my head. It's all about the terrible after taste. Guaranteed to offend everyone! Go see it today!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 22, 2008, 02:35:38 PM
Ben Stiller is one dimentional, plays the same idiot in every movie :(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on September 22, 2008, 06:10:02 PM
the evil camp counselor on "Heavyweights", played by Ben Stiller, is basically the same exact character as White Goodman (Stiller) in Dodgeball. someone's not :rtfm:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 22, 2008, 08:32:54 PM
 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Pan on September 27, 2008, 06:25:00 PM
Sunshine: -  I watched it on the big screen last year and just bought the dvd. One of the better sci-fi movies I've seen in a long time and the visuals and dramatic soundtrack are fantastic. Personally I belief that human beings have absolutely no long-term business out there in space and this movie seems to confirm that thought, it's too fucking hostile. I don't know for some reason it was one of those movies that made an impression and stayed in my mind and not many movies do that so I give this one a [9/10.]
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsaCAgYbdXo&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfDCvbEtxzY&feature=related

(http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:U0dop7-o9XZwPM:http://www.vectormagazine.co.uk/cgi-bin/upload/sunshine.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on September 28, 2008, 06:18:32 AM
iron man - me likey
college - was ok
oceans 13 - just as good as the others
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on September 28, 2008, 06:21:25 AM
Postal
7/10

how did you get to see postal?  is it out on video already?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 28, 2008, 08:03:04 AM
how did you get to see postal?  is it out on video already?

The RWS mailing lists were spammed with newsletters announcing it's release on DVD a few weeks ago. Hollywood video didn't have it at first, I think they refused to carry it. But just in the past week or so they got a copy.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 18, 2008, 08:16:34 PM
The Devil's Chair 1/10

This movie is absolutely amazing for about 85 minutes. Then on minute 86 they decide to F up the entire plot, set up, and character by turning the entire movie into a single scene from the Night Flier. I mean this movie is a better version of that single scene. But it's still a pretty sh##ty kind of a move to rip off a single scene from a Stephen King movie and try to pass it off as your own. As well as expect an audience to accept 1/32nd of a movie as your whole movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DWxchzrles on October 19, 2008, 10:39:15 AM
Hitman

9/10

What a cold individual!

:rocketright:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on October 24, 2008, 09:41:59 PM
So I just finished watching Panj's recommendation of Sunshine (http://tastyspleen.net/quake/forums/index.php?topic=8613.msg102283#msg102283)...


This movie was breathtaking. I can't say I can name the specific FOX SEARCHLIGHT films that I have watched, yet every one has been either a jaw dropper or an eye open'er.

Sunshine: 9/10


*on a tangent: purchase a bluray player and a 1080p capable screen. The definition of this technology is amazing. Better than theater quality for those who aren't the best "optically".


WATCH THIS MOVIE!!!!!!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: the Crazed on October 24, 2008, 10:33:21 PM
I just saw "The Day of the Jackal" - the 1973 film. 

They made a more recent remake of it called Jackal with Bruce Willis not that long ago.  Well, after searching for a good movie and checking all the ratings this movie consistently came up as one of the top of all time!  Thus the remake...

It did not live up to its reputation.  Certainly because it is dated.  But man, how dated.

The story is this: a hit man is hired to kill Charles de Gaulle, the French President, because he decided to allow Algeria its independence.  This enrages some segments of the French population and they decide to assassinate de Gaulle. 

When they first meet with the hitman.  He comes in, tells them it will cost $500,000.  He'll need half now, half after it's finished.  They reluctantly but quickly agree.  He then tells them to wire the money to a certain bank account and that effectively he will disappear and not be able to be contacted by them...  They take it in stride and out he goes essentially with $250,000 and no way to be contacted.  There are these sort of story problems throughout the movie.

Of course, you have to take the movie with a grain of salt.  It's old, and it's interesting more for what they can get away with in the story than the story itself, which ploddingly moves slowly, slowly along.  It was 2.5 hours and really boring.

Interesting to see what the ancestor of the spy/action type flick was though!

-Crazed


Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 25, 2008, 04:11:10 AM
WATCH THIS MOVIE!!!!!!

Saw it once, it came on a movie channel again, I couldn't turn it off fast enough. It's a collection of over-elaborate suicides set to artsy new aged music with a lame plot device to hold them together. Watch 28 days later again, then watch sunshine. You'll realize what sunshine tried for and missed.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on October 25, 2008, 04:49:12 AM
I'll do that...maybe it was the crown and cola that spurred my "raving" review but I enjoyed it all together. The special effects caught my eye instantly and the plot was interesting for a "independant" fox film.

It even impressed my fiance who is pretty much anti sci-fi.

On that note..she recommends "Atonement"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 02, 2008, 10:52:12 AM
Saw V

Awful movie...very boring.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on November 02, 2008, 04:04:02 PM
Saw V

Awful movie...very boring.

saw the preview and said two things: 
There was a saw 4?!?
Someone obviously needs to :rtfm:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 02, 2008, 05:22:18 PM
Already a SAW VI in production.

PLZSUICIDE.

 :forceac:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 02, 2008, 07:42:40 PM
Grindhouse Double-Feature

I didn't get a chance to see this in the theater. I don't know why, I'm normally all over Quentin Tarantino movies like stink on shit.

THIS MOVIE FUCKING ROCKED!

I like how Quentin Tarantino lately has been adding some classic 70's genre themes to his movies. (That's one thing I love about Rob Zombie's movies, he has a true appreciation for 70's horror cinema.) This one was particularly attractive. The whole movie had effects added to make it look like an old cinema reel with scratches on the film, hairs caught in the projector, and missing/broken sections of reels. It wasn't one of those movies that EVERYONE would love, but anyone with an affinity for zombie movies like myself would absolutely LOVE the first half of it. As far as your trademark Tarantino memorable dialogues, this one really didn't do it. In fact, some of the extended dialogue in the second half of the movie almost makes you stop paying attention. But by the time the action starts again, it grabs you by the balls and doesn't let go until the movie is over.

As the title suggests, it's done up like one of the old double features they used to do years and years and years ago in theaters. It even has mock trailers and ads between the two "feature films".

I give it 8 out of 10 half-eaten human brains.  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Dizzy on November 03, 2008, 05:51:56 AM
Grindhouse Double-Feature

It wasn't one of those movies that EVERYONE would love, but anyone with an affinity for zombie movies like myself would absolutely LOVE the first half of it. As far as your trademark Tarantino memorable dialogues, this one really didn't do it. In fact, some of the extended dialogue in the second half of the movie almost makes you stop paying attention.


I actually watched these a while ago. Planet Terror was silly fun, but I preferred Death Proof.

By the way, Tarantino only wrote one of the two features ... the second one. The first one was written by (had to google the name : Robert Rodriguez.) So it sounds like you didn't like Tarantino this time around :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 03, 2008, 06:04:37 AM
Saw V

Awful movie...very boring.

I know but I already told my wife:
"We have to go see Saw 5"
"Why?"
"Because we already Saw 4"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 03, 2008, 08:56:13 AM
yes, unfortunately i will have to watch 6 and 7 on the same basis.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 03, 2008, 02:33:37 PM
Grindhouse Double-Feature

It wasn't one of those movies that EVERYONE would love, but anyone with an affinity for zombie movies like myself would absolutely LOVE the first half of it. As far as your trademark Tarantino memorable dialogues, this one really didn't do it. In fact, some of the extended dialogue in the second half of the movie almost makes you stop paying attention.


I actually watched these a while ago. Planet Terror was silly fun, but I preferred Death Proof.

By the way, Tarantino only wrote one of the two features ... the second one. The first one was written by (had to google the name : Robert Rodriguez.) So it sounds like you didn't like Tarantino this time around :)

I thought I remembered the previews on TV talking about Robert Rodriguez. I should've figured it was his work with all of that wonderfully spectacular prevalent gore. He also did From Dusk Til Dawk, one of my favorite movies for many reasons. The "pussy" speech by Cheech Marin at the beginning was side-splitting. He also did Desperado, which I thought had some of the best shoot-out scenes ever put to film.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: lidz on November 03, 2008, 03:24:28 PM
The Strangers - still not sure what I felt about it, some moments were pretty intense, although it dragged on.  The final scene was pretty rough, just imagining going through something like that....
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on November 04, 2008, 05:33:31 AM
The Strangers - still not sure what I felt about it, some moments were pretty intense, although it dragged on.  The final scene was pretty rough, just imagining going through something like that....

I thought The Strangers was pretty lame.  I was hoping for a good scary horror movie, but it was just underwhelming.  Nothing really scary to me, just a couple SURPRISE! moments good for a minor jump, but even then the surprises were fairly telegraphed.

The gore was fairly minimal too IMO.

For a good gore movie, watch "Wrong Turn 2", that was pretty good in that regard.  Overall just a so-so movie, but entertaining at least.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 06, 2008, 09:18:57 AM
Just saw W.


An interesting portrayal.  Generally avoided any cheap shots.  Brolin got the accent and mannerisms down flawlessly.  All really well acted, except for the cartoonish Condoleeza Rice character.


:afro:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: DaHanG on November 07, 2008, 01:19:53 AM
Just saw W.


An interesting portrayal.  Generally avoided any cheap shots.  Brolin got the accent and mannerisms down flawlessly.  All really well acted, except for the cartoonish Condoleeza Rice character.


:afro:

Saw it when it first came out. I hadn't paid close attention to the previews and was under the impression its purpose was to make you laugh. Instead, while it was funny once in a while, it portrayed Bush as a sympathetic character and was fairly well done. Pretty pathetic though how bad his "father-better-than-me" complex was.

 :|
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 07, 2008, 02:21:06 AM
The Strangers - still not sure what I felt about it, some moments were pretty intense, although it dragged on. The final scene was pretty rough, just imagining going through something like that....

I give this movie a 0 out of 10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on November 07, 2008, 09:32:27 AM
on a scale of 1 to 10, how old do you think michael jackson's boyfriend is?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 07, 2008, 12:12:56 PM
Mj and pimples, i dont know what 'comes' on teenagers more often

 :oops:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on November 07, 2008, 12:17:50 PM
 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on November 15, 2008, 11:10:37 AM
The Dark Night

WHY SO SERIOUS?

SRLY?

9/10

Bruce Wayne = heart throb
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 15, 2008, 11:38:26 AM
MOVIE WAS TOO LONG  :frustration:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on November 15, 2008, 11:42:35 AM
it was pretty long, i agree.... but so worth it! especially watching it in a packed lecture hall with your best friend ever beside you =)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 15, 2008, 12:48:07 PM
STILL TOO LONG  :fight:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 16, 2008, 04:13:27 AM
it was pretty long, i agree.... but so worth it! especially watching it in a packed lecture hall with your best friend ever beside you =)
Does this BFF thing also require that I be a woman?
:lolsign:  :sorry:

Iron Man = 10/10

Hulk = 10/10

Get Smart = 7.5/10
Bruce And Loyd = 6/10 (shameless propaganda tool but still quite funny)

Hellboy II = 7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 16, 2008, 08:21:00 AM
WTF

you gave the hulk a 10/10 ?

Thats obsurd.

Anyway, just watched role models... actually was pretty funny.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on November 16, 2008, 03:26:38 PM
M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening"
7/10
MUCH better than i'de heard, not quite as good as i'de hoped.
Would have give it an 8 but the last 15-20 minutes was kinda ho hum and seemed rather out of sinc with the rest of the film.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 16, 2008, 04:20:40 PM
M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening"
7/10
MUCH better than i'de heard, not quite as good as i'de hoped.
Would have give it an 8 but the last 15-20 minutes was kinda ho hum and seemed rather out of sinc with the rest of the film.

I've got mixed feelings. Overall the movie wasn't good. Sadly the biggest claim to fame that the film has is that it is proof that an atrocious plot doesn't have to ruin the rest of the movie. The one thing that I really took home from the movie is that it was meant to be extremely disturbing and that's exactly what it was. The mist and many other recent horror films try too hard to make something "disturbing" and it ends up being contrived and out of place. The happening had lots of genuinely disturbing scenes that flowed well with the story.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 16, 2008, 05:21:03 PM
Blah, I feel like an asshole in this thread!... but once again I disagree. That movie was awful. I did like the IDEA, just thought it could of been put together a little differently...but then again he's the aclaimed director and im just an idiot. Go figure.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 16, 2008, 09:39:38 PM
Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

http://movies.tvguide.com/kiss-deadly/review/103312

Quote
One of the most brutal films ever made, KISS ME DEADLY enjoys a huge cult following. There's not a single really likable character to be found; everyone wants something, and the neanderthal Hammer barely gives people a chance to say no before he starts beating them up. Aldrich's direction heightens the script's misanthropy, shooting with extreme close-ups and at disorienting angles. Christina's murder is achieved with a pair of pliers, and all we see are a pair of bare legs dangling in midair. The murder of the mechanic is similarly jarring, the camera swooping in on his screaming face as a set of hydraulic jacks do their work. Hammer himself is knocked out no less than six times, only to strut down those mean streets yet again. Aldrich was so concerned about possible reactions to all the violence that he wrote a defense of the film in the New York Herald Tribune.

KISS ME DEADLY is shot in an unforgettably harsh fashion, visually underlining the paranoia and existential funk of the film noir world view as few other films have done. Aldrich's greatest directorial effort, this important film takes a number of noir elements to their most nihilistic extremes, leaving us in the violent, atomically threatened world we encounter upon leaving the theater.


The ending veered off into science fantasy rather than fact, but that didn't make it less enjoyable.


:afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 17, 2008, 09:14:39 AM
Blah, I feel like an asshole in this thread!... but once again I disagree. That movie was awful. I did like the IDEA, just thought it could of been put together a little differently...but then again he's the aclaimed director and im just an idiot. Go figure.

I wouldn't say that you feel like an asshole.. not that I know what an asshole feels like or anything... i mean... umm.. WHAT'S THAT! *runs away*
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 17, 2008, 12:03:17 PM
haha  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 23, 2008, 09:23:51 PM
i just watched 'Bad Santa' with Billy Bob Thorton, that movie was funny as hell...i recommend for a few laughs
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: UUD-40 on November 23, 2008, 11:10:46 PM
Role Models, Quantum of Solace.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: the Crazed on November 25, 2008, 01:29:15 AM
Gabriel.

You might like it if you like heaven vs hell type stuff.  Entertaining but not very satisfying.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on November 27, 2008, 08:34:23 AM
rewatched 'bloodsport'. still awesome  :yessign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 27, 2008, 09:11:01 AM
haha, i recorded it! always a great movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on November 28, 2008, 04:39:15 AM
TWILIGHT

Edward Cullen = heart throb :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 28, 2008, 04:49:44 AM
A: Twilight

Q: If Michael Eisner butt-loved Anne Rice, what would the resulting butt-baby be?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 28, 2008, 05:32:51 AM
twilight HA, a new chick flick series...wonderful
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: lidz on November 28, 2008, 06:13:20 AM
I hate to admit it, but I was dragged to this movie.  It was horrible.  I kept looking at my watch over and over, thinking that time stopped and I was stuck in that theater forever. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 28, 2008, 09:01:26 AM
A romantic vampire movie...i mean come on now
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 28, 2008, 03:48:32 PM
Both my aunt and my mother are even fans of the books. They're both in their 50's. I haven't cracked one of the books once out of slight curiosity... the fact that they LIKE that crap tells me all I need to know about it. I would assume it to be just as horribly boring as a modern day Dark Shadows rip-off could ever be.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 28, 2008, 04:38:53 PM
A romantic vampire movie...i mean come on now

My wife's into the series and saw the movie last night. From what I've been told it's a rather clean series targeted at young girls. I thought that the idea was dumb at first, but having daughters myself, I'm 100% supportive of any clean kids books. If it's not, please don't ruin my blissful ignorance.  ;D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Fmsisstupid6 on November 28, 2008, 05:45:35 PM
Recently saw Terminator II and Star Wars IV, both amazing  :rocketright:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on November 28, 2008, 07:55:21 PM
I recently watched Casino Royale since I hadn't seen it and Quantum of Solace was coming out.. Casino Royale I'd give 8/10, this guy is a much better Bond than Pierce Brosnan imo.  I haven't seen Quantum of Solace yet but all I keep hearing is that it was straight action and didn't have a plot worth bragging about.  What did you guys think?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 28, 2008, 09:37:52 PM
"9 Songs"

A pretty controversial film for it's graphic sex scenes. I couldn't tell if it was an intellectual movie with porn scenes or a porn movie with intellectual scenes. Either way, it sucked.

1 out of 10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on November 29, 2008, 02:43:44 AM
Twilight is a very clean book ... and generally I enjoyed the book more than the movie. I read all four of the Twilight series this summer and I loved it. I won't ruin the book (not that anyone here would read Twilight books anyway) but the themes in the books get very mature in book 4...  Bella's character matures very fast because she falls in love with a vampire. Basically she decides in book 1 that her goal is to become a vampire so that she can be with Edward forever.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 29, 2008, 01:04:51 PM
aww, thats so cute. A chick falling in love with a bat.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on November 29, 2008, 03:04:35 PM
I recently watched Casino Royale since I hadn't seen it and Quantum of Solace was coming out.. Casino Royale I'd give 8/10, this guy is a much better Bond than Pierce Brosnan imo.  I haven't seen Quantum of Solace yet but all I keep hearing is that it was straight action and didn't have a plot worth bragging about.  What did you guys think?

Its a bond...do the plots ever get to confusing or lead you somewhere you dont already know where its headed???Craig rules as bond and for a straight action film (which it is) its pretty good...i give a 7.5/10, almost but not quite as good as Casino Royale and mainly because the chick in this one isn't nearly as good an actress as Eva Green was in Casino

And as far as the happening goes...worst movie of the year guys!!!!8/10 WTF!!!Mark Wahlbergs acting was TERRIBLE, and thats amazing because he's been so good in everything else, but when he packed it in for this movie it was all down hill
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on December 01, 2008, 09:30:33 AM
'The Happening'

Definately the worst movie of the year.

Fuck M. Night.... sixth sense was good...and that was it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 01, 2008, 09:52:25 AM
haven't seen the happening but I heard is was *horrible*.

Saw the new James Bond, no where near as good as Casino Royale

 :humm:

The Incredable Hulk II is awesome, 9.5/10, much better than the first
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on December 01, 2008, 11:43:04 AM
Cool fight scenes...dont like ed norton as the hulk though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 01, 2008, 01:03:06 PM
ah : ) I thought Ed Norton was good, maybe he doesn't have the look for Hulk, but I thought it was an excellent new movie.

Feast, 7.5/10

A monster ( a very very strange one ), attacks 10 people that lock themselves in a bar (hookers, bikers, etc)

different, and very weird : )
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Art on December 06, 2008, 10:58:57 AM
Wanted: Defies all laws of physics but has entertaining moments and even has a slight unforeseen twist. Oh, and Agelina Jolie 
:P

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on December 08, 2008, 10:43:39 AM
Watched Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace after reading this, preferred royale by far but both decent movies.

also watched Transporter 1 + 2, both awesome movies. Statham is imba.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on December 08, 2008, 12:06:37 PM
Wanted was very entertaining, Good for alot of action...

Jason Statham is amazing, I enjoy watching his flicks.

Transporter 1...good movie
Transporter 2...not that bad
Transporter 3... God awful.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on December 08, 2008, 03:04:53 PM
3 really that bad? The trailer looked shit-hot, suppose it's one of those the best parts are in the trailer films?

Fun slightly offtopic fact! Jason Statham was raised about a 10 minute bus ride from where I live, the other side of Bolsover, in Shirebrook!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirebrook

edit: i've been watching "WAR" this evening as well, about 15 minutes from the end. I didn't think it was all great that given the cast they have in there, namely Statham and Li. After finishing it, the plot turn at the end was quite interesting but as I mentioned it really wasn't all that and a bag of peanuts.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on December 08, 2008, 08:34:56 PM
Wanted was very entertaining, Good for alot of action...

Jason Statham is amazing, I enjoy watching his flicks.

Transporter 1...good movie
Transporter 2...not that bad
Transporter 3... God awful.

i haven't seen the third one, and probably won't since my opinion's on the first two parallel yours.  really liked the first one  :rockon:


On topic.. just watched Superbad for maybe the 4th time but i'm sure i haven't seen it in over 6 months.  Very stupid, perverted, monotonous humor.  10/10  :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 09, 2008, 12:49:45 AM
Oldboy (2003)

(http://static.tvguide.com/MediaBin/Galleries/Imported/Movies/10/45891a.jpg)

Quote
http://movies.tvguide.com/oldboy/review/137805

Korean director Park Chan-wook's controversial Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix winner is a revenge fable wrapped in a strange romance and embedded in a mystery. Brutal, bizarre and utterly absorbing ... This is absolutely not a film for all tastes, but it's a masterpiece of pitiless power whose audacious, ambiguous climax strikes a note of insane romanticism as haunting as it is perverse.


This was an unusual film.  Pretty badass... definitely not for everyone.

:thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 09, 2008, 02:08:29 AM
Oldboy (2003)

(http://static.tvguide.com/MediaBin/Galleries/Imported/Movies/10/45891a.jpg)

Quote
http://movies.tvguide.com/oldboy/review/137805

Korean director Park Chan-wook's controversial Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix winner is a revenge fable wrapped in a strange romance and embedded in a mystery. Brutal, bizarre and utterly absorbing ... This is absolutely not a film for all tastes, but it's a masterpiece of pitiless power whose audacious, ambiguous climax strikes a note of insane romanticism as haunting as it is perverse.


This was an unusual film.  Pretty badass... definitely not for everyone.

:thumbsup:


I heard that this was awesome. The main reason why it's not for all audiences is because our culture does not have the same understanding of the concept of revenge.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 09, 2008, 04:24:47 AM
I heard that this was awesome.

It was.


The main reason why it's not for all audiences is because our culture does not have the same understanding of the concept of revenge.

Maybe.  I had other reasons in mind. :dohdohdoh:


:)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on December 09, 2008, 05:14:47 AM
Iron Man 9/10
Just not enough of the red armor to make me give it a 10!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on December 09, 2008, 06:06:44 AM
Oldboy (2003)

(http://static.tvguide.com/MediaBin/Galleries/Imported/Movies/10/45891a.jpg)

Quote
http://movies.tvguide.com/oldboy/review/137805

Korean director Park Chan-wook's controversial Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix winner is a revenge fable wrapped in a strange romance and embedded in a mystery. Brutal, bizarre and utterly absorbing ... This is absolutely not a film for all tastes, but it's a masterpiece of pitiless power whose audacious, ambiguous climax strikes a note of insane romanticism as haunting as it is perverse.

This was an unusual film.  Pretty badass... definitely not for everyone.

:thumbsup:


Ah yes I heard about this movie when watching fx's 100 scariest moments in movie history (maybe it was Bravo and not fx..either way) this movie had a spot in there and seemed to be quite a wierd one
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 09, 2008, 08:39:34 AM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on December 09, 2008, 05:14:47 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on December 09, 2008, 05:14:47 AM
Just not enough of the red armor to make me give it a 10!

I don't know. Maybe a mega health and a quad too?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on December 09, 2008, 08:58:43 AM
His railgun was zzz...  :grrrr:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 09, 2008, 11:09:18 AM
Bram Stokers Dracula

10 out of 10 in my book

 :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 10, 2008, 02:13:44 AM
X-Files: I Want to Believe
6.5/10

It was good, but it was just another episode.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on December 10, 2008, 06:23:46 AM
Robin Hood: Men in Tights.

8/10.  Still funny after all these years.   :headbang:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on December 10, 2008, 08:21:49 AM
pb you so wrong!

transporter 3 9/10 kthx
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on December 12, 2008, 06:30:05 AM
Men in tights! greaaaaaaat movie!

umm transporter 3 sucked, sorry.

 :forceac:

Its...a..jump....to conclusions...mat
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on December 20, 2008, 08:59:57 AM
I saw Transporter 3 about a week ago.  Its garbage.  Why was that gothic nympho bitch even in the damn movie? The fight scenes even sucked, very poor cinematography imo
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on December 23, 2008, 09:15:58 PM
Seven Pounds

9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ToxicMonkey^MZC on December 28, 2008, 03:59:25 AM
has anyone seen that "The Day the Earth Stood Still" starring keenu reeves??? Been wanting to see it...eek  ::) :help: :lolsign: :rocketleft:

I watched it last night.  I thought it was fucking great.  Keanu played an excellent Klaatu.  I was a big fan of the original film so was a bit disappointed the immortal words 'Gort! Klaatu verada niktu!' were not used.

The alien spaceships were superb.  The effects mind-blowing.  The Gort robot was everything I expected it to be, awesome!  I was bemused to see John Cleese's bit part as well :)

It was all couched in a 'save the environment' kind of style as opposed to a 'your race is too violent and a danger to other planets' motif but I could live with that.  After all this is the 21st century.

9/10 - I'd recommend it a lot.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on December 29, 2008, 07:36:18 PM
I saw The DAy the Earth Stood Still yesterday.  8/10.  I felt there was a little more explaining that could be done (don't want to post any spoilers), but I enjoyed it.  Only thing that detracted me from the film were some scenes screamed "MATRIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX!" to me.  But besides that, I enjoyed it.  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 30, 2008, 04:10:45 AM
The Departed - 9.5/10
Had this DVD still in the wrapper for like... what... 2 years now? Finally got around to watching it last night. A bunch of decent actors in this one. Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg, Alec Baldwin, a few others. Directed by Martin Scorsese, so of course it has liberal amounts of on-a-dime killing, plot twisting, and gritty foul language, along with just a dash of his trademark ironic and sick brand of dark and sadistic humor in one or two scenes. I'll go ahead and give away the ending since it's not really that new, plus you can probably guess since it's a Scorsese film after all... pretty much EVERYONE dies by the end of it. Not really a particularly uplifting movie, but definitely a good mobster type of movie that keeps you glued to the screen.

The Basketball Diaries - 9.5/10
I kinda hated Leonardo DiCaprio after Titanic, but the more of his movies I see, the more I realize what a truly talented actor he really is. He plays the part in this movie so perfectly believable. A true account of heroin addiction. A damn good movie in my opinion.

Witless Protection - 1/10
Awful. That's about 2 hours of my life I'll never get back. If Larry The Cable Guy didn't quite disappoint you enough in his Health Inspector movie... this one should definitely do the trick.

The Dark Knight - 4.5/10
Pretty bad, but I suppose it could have been worse. The only decent character in the movie was Heath Ledger as the Joker. No shit. Christian Bale sucks. The ending was ridiculous and almost preachy. "Aw, you failed Joker, the people of Gotham city are not as ugly and evil as you." Fuckin' please, if that got any more touchy-feely I'd have to file charges against it for sexual harassment.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on December 30, 2008, 05:19:06 AM
The Basketball Diaries - 9.5/10
I kinda hated Leonardo DiCaprio after Titanic, but the more of his movie

I agree there.  He's a good actor, all the girly swooning & riots for him in titanic ruined that movie for me.  It's not a bad movie but people just went nuts!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 04, 2009, 07:46:44 AM
Death Race - 'nother statham film

8/10, some gorey bits I didn't like :p
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Quest on January 04, 2009, 10:08:59 AM
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
7/10

The movie had a good story & the acting was good, but its a long one ... way too long, almost 3 hrs. I thought the story that was being told didn't need to take that long. But Its a decent watch, the ladies will like it.
If I knew then what I know now, I would have probably waited for it to come out on dvd/blu-ray.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 11, 2009, 05:55:11 PM
Red Rock West (1993)

(http://i2.iofferphoto.com/img/item/246/179/17/o_Red_Rock_West_DVD_Cover.jpg)

http://movies.tvguide.com/red-rock-west/review/129860


Very enjoyable.  I suspect a number of folks here would enjoy this one. 


:afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 12, 2009, 06:32:40 AM
Seen it. Dish Network 500 package ftw! Yeah, wasn't too bad.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on January 12, 2009, 08:25:04 AM
I also liked the ending to wanted 'what the fuck have you done with your life lately'....haha

Just saw Gran Torino...

1) VERY disappointed in being misled by the previews...the movie is not what it seems to be

2) This movie is not classified as a 'comedy', but i've NEVER laughed as much as I did in this movie...

Drags out and is actually a very boring movie(plot/action wise) but his angry racial outburts are priceless.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 12, 2009, 11:14:52 AM
As priceless as the Michael Richards incident? :?:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: myamagical on January 12, 2009, 04:09:24 PM
Ummm, wut? I fell in love with LEO when I saw Titanic!!!!! :D I love that movie. I even got a huge poster of him in my old room.

Anyway... recent movies

Wall-E - 9/10
It was super cute....

"EVA. EVA? EVA!!!!??!!"
WALLLLLLL -EEEEEE ^-^ Awww I ::heart:: robots.

Phantom of the Opera - 9/10
The only DVD I own. I have the songs stuck in my head again.


I'm going to see the Day the Earth Stood Still on Saturday, I'll letcha guys know what I think ^.^
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 12, 2009, 05:23:23 PM
Yes Man 9/10
Ghost Town 10/10
Death Race 8/10
The Mummy 9/10
The Mummy Returns 8/10
The Mummy Retarded (Curse of the Dragon Emperor) 1/10
Disaster Movie 3/10
Congo 10/10
Highlander 2:The Quickening 1/10
Bangkok Dangerous 7/10 (ending sucked and was so overly eccentric that it rivaled Sunshine for worst movie death ever)
Alvin and the Chimpmunks 1/10 (only because the kids watch it at least twice a day)
Popeye 10/10 (even if the kids do watch it twice a day)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: opt1ckz on January 12, 2009, 05:24:11 PM
Ping Pong Playa!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 12, 2009, 05:30:05 PM
Red Rock West (1993)
There's a pretty funny movie along the same lines called "Who is Cletis Tout?".

BTW
Am I the only one that thought that close up looked familiar?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: metaL on January 14, 2009, 06:45:42 PM
Yes Man.  7/10  It had some really funny parts. I'd say its worth watching... FOR FREE THAT IS.  I watched it at http://www.watch-movies.net
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Xcessive on January 15, 2009, 03:45:01 PM
Yes Man.  7/10  It had some really funny parts. I'd say its worth watching... FOR FREE THAT IS.  I watched it at http://www.watch-movies.net
Saw it last Friday
It was worth the money imo.
I loved the old lady scene.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on January 16, 2009, 07:06:42 AM
'The Unborn'

Awful movie...

gets a 3 out of 10 instead of 0 out of 10 because of the crazy camel toe shots when she is in her underwear.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Whirlingdervish on January 16, 2009, 12:39:54 PM
Serenity

8/10

It's pretty much the last episode of Firefly, but in movie form and with a bigger budget than the Sci-fi show ever had.
I found it enjoyable and from the reactions of some that were watchin it with me who'd never seen the tv series, it covered the bases nicely and didn't leave people wondering if they'd missed something important.

plus it has Summer Glau from the new terminator series who, while not being the most traditionally gorgeous woman ever, still manages to make me want to get fucked to death by an android from the future.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 16, 2009, 12:50:05 PM
Serenity

8/10

It's pretty much the last episode of Firefly, but in movie form and with a bigger budget than the Sci-fi show ever had.

I found it enjoyable and from the reactions of some that were watchin it with me who'd never seen the tv series, it covered the bases nicely and didn't leave people wondering if they'd missed something important.

Ah - yes, I was in the latter category.  Saw it a year or two ago, knowing nothing about the TV series (other than its existence.)  Enjoyed the movie.


plus it has Summer Glau from the new terminator series who, while not being the most traditionally gorgeous woman ever, still manages to make me want to get fucked to death by an android from the future.

It would seem google agrees:

(http://www.ghostofaflea.com/archives/YetMoreSummerGlau.png)


:bananaw00t:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on January 16, 2009, 01:00:22 PM
 :biggungrin:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 22, 2009, 11:11:53 PM

It's a Free World  (2007)


I knew nothing about this beforehand... good movie, but didn't go in the direction I was expecting at first.

The only info I had going in was, "After being fired from her job, Angie teams with her friend to find employment for immigrants."

I don't want to spoil the plot... I think not even knowing vaguely how it will turn out is probably the best way to see it.


:dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 24, 2009, 08:57:12 PM
The Green River Killer - N/A

Wow. I'm SOOOOOOO glad I've never seen this entire movie. Or maybe I wish I did... I'm not sure. This particular scene is probably one of the funniest things I've ever seen in my life. It's soooooo horribly acted that it's positively fucking hilarious.

The last part of it is the real kicker. Yes, this actually a porn video site because this scene does have nudity in it. So be aware, don't watch this at the office.

http://www.spankwire.com/The-Green-River-Killer-Bathroom-Scene/video14833/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on January 24, 2009, 10:06:59 PM
indiana jones crystal skull - 7/10 (i like indiana jones and harrison ford tho, so 9/10)
eagle eye - 6/10 (end is zz)
zac and miri make  a porno - 6/10 (black dude in movie = 10/10)
007 quantum solice - 8/10
defiance -  9/10 (even tho they are jewish...)
appaloosa - 8/10 ( was drunk, still decent )
max payne - 7/10 (drunk = 9/10 and Valkyrie...oh how i miss dael and his norse bitch ass)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 29, 2009, 08:56:27 PM
Manda Bala (Send A Bullet)  (2007)

http://movies.tvguide.com/manda-bala-send-bullet/review/288744

Damn.  Note to self: Scratch Brazil off of places to visit list.


:purpleshock:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 30, 2009, 07:39:00 AM
Eagle eye - 1/10
Wild Country - 7/10 (Decent for low budget, especially compared to the trash that large budget horror has been shoveling at us)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 01, 2009, 09:02:31 PM
Manda Bala (Send A Bullet)  (2007)

http://movies.tvguide.com/manda-bala-send-bullet/review/288744

Damn.  Note to self: Scratch Brazil off of places to visit list.


:purpleshock:


That page names a place called San Paolo, which I'm wondering if they meant Sao Paulo. I have a friend who came from there, she was married to an American for a time. When they went back to Brazil, they were basically robbed at gunpoint by the police. They locked her husband up after falsely accusing him of drug possession/distribution (drugs which THEY planted on him) and labeled him a white supremacist, and then took her to an ATM at gunpoint and forced her to withdraw all of the money from their accounts. He was released from prison a week or two later. Shortly thereafter, he divorced her.

No, as much fun as Carnival looks like, I think I'd rather keep my happy white ass right here in GA where it's always been.

There was another movie I saw a month or so ago that dealt with that same subject. Some bank manager's son was kidnapped by a paramilitary group that demanded a ransom. The PI sent to deliver the ransom money was stopped and detained by police on his way to the drop-off point, so the kidnappers ended up executing him at the end of the movie. But you don't find out until the very end that the person charged with the task of executing him happens to be one of his long-time friends. She kills him and then turns the gun on herself... and the movie is over. Not a happy ending. But a very good movie nonetheless. I wish I could remember the name of it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 01, 2009, 09:44:47 PM
compared to the trash that large budget horror has been shoveling at us

YES! I'm thoroughly disgusted by all of these "horror" movies that are released these days. 99% of them are rated PG-13 because the studios know that their best chance at making the most profits means allowing for younger teens to buy tickets. I miss the good ole days when there was gore and blood and severed pulsating limbs and all manners of special effects makeup. They aren't even "scary" anymore. It's like as long as it takes place primarily at night, it's labelled "horror". There used to be a time when these types of movies were called "thillers"... and even those "thrillers" of years gone by were closer to "horror" than this trash. If I see the previews on TV and it tries to come across as a "horror" movie... and I'm truly thinking to myself, "Hmm, that might be cool.", I wait until the end of the commercial. If I hear, "This film is rated PG-13", I make a mental note that it will suck 10-pound bags of donkey balls, and I make damn sure I never watch it.

Speaking of trends in "horror" movies, I see the same trend in ALL movies these days. There are fewer R rated pictures than there used to be. I'm not saying that a movie HAS to have adult content to be good, but I get the feeling that a lot of these screenplays are being butchered by producers in order to achieve that PG-13 rating and thus generate more profits. It's starting to make the whole movie-going scene a little stale and unattractive. The big studios and the MPAA have quite a firm grasp on the balls of the creativity of these younger filmmakers. They can suppress their vision and ideas and insert their own gaudy substitutions in the screenplays. Or they can simply refuse to review the film and provide a rating, which means that your film will probably never reach a wide audience. It's politics, politics, politics ...and it sucks. I think there's plenty of GOOD material out there, studios just aren't willing to take a chance on it. Which brings me to my next observation...

When watching the SuperBowl tonight, I noticed a few commercials for upcoming films. Land of the Lost. Star Trek. Old shit. "Hey, why go out on a limb and try something new... when we can just repackage this OLD shit and forcefeed it to people. They've been eating it for years, so we already know they'll swallow it willingly." Star Trek was fine. Let's ass-rape it into oblivion though by tarnishing the memory of the old movies with some new crap that won't have the same feel and appeal to it. They did it with Batman. The first Batman movie with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson was pretty good. But no, these movie studios can't just have ONE GOOD movie, they have to be greedy and chase the living shit out of your every last dollar, wrestle it to the ground, and shove their greedy money-grabbing dicks down your throat until you gag and puke. They've ALL been complete crap compared to the original one. Why? Because originality is what classics are made of. I've also noticed that a few of these new movies are using the old gimmick of 3D to get some tickets sold and warm asses in the theater seats. Sure, I think it's a great idea, they SHOULD be making 3D movies... in fact they SHOULD'VE been doing it ALL ALONG rather taking such a long respite from it. It's not like IMAX theaters are the only screens capable of showing 3D movies. Even your TV screen can handle it.

At any rate, I think Hollywood needs a big change in their practices. To quote Jack Nicholson as the Joker in Batman, "WHAT THIS TOWN NEEDS IS AN ENEMA!"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on February 02, 2009, 02:18:26 AM
That page names a place called San Paolo, which I'm wondering if they meant Sao Paulo. I have a friend who came from there, she was married to an American for a time. When they went back to Brazil, they were basically robbed at gunpoint by the police. They locked her husband up after falsely accusing him of drug possession/distribution (drugs which THEY planted on him) and labeled him a white supremacist, and then took her to an ATM at gunpoint and forced her to withdraw all of the money from their accounts. He was released from prison a week or two later. Shortly thereafter, he divorced her.

Yeah, it was a typo in the review.  The spelling according to Wikipedia is São Paulo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C3%A3o_Paulo).  (How in the world is a tilde over an 'a' pronounced? :D)

Apparently on average a person a day in that city is being kidnapped in broad daylight, yanked out of their cars at traffic lights, etc.  [[edit: the wikipedia page is claiming they are starting to get this more under control]]

The kidnappers are cutting off so many victims' ears (apparently more popular than fingers and toes) and mailing them to the families with the ransom demands, that plastic surgeons specializing in ear reconstruction in that region are living in palatial estates.

Companies that convert factory issue autos into armored semi-bulletproof vehicles are also doing brisk business (as I recall the review had also mentioned.)

I thought the documentary director and editor(s) did an admirable job tying together a mosaic of systemic government corruption, and contrasting it against the (for lack of a better term) "trickle down" effect this has had on society in various direct and indirect ways.

That and... I suspect anyone who sees this will forever associate the phrase "frog farm" with this movie.


:dohdohdoh: :raincloud:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 02, 2009, 04:18:01 AM
10-pound bags of donkey balls

Is this a single 10 pound donkey ball placed in a bag, or many lighter balls?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on February 02, 2009, 07:34:20 PM
Yeah, it was a typo in the review.  The spelling according to Wikipedia is São Paulo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C3%A3o_Paulo).  (How in the world is a tilde over an 'a' pronounced? :D)

Apparently on average a person a day in that city is being kidnapped in broad daylight, yanked out of their cars at traffic lights, etc.  [[edit: the wikipedia page is claiming they are starting to get this more under control]]

The kidnappers are cutting off so many victims' ears (apparently more popular than fingers and toes) and mailing them to the families with the ransom demands, that plastic surgeons specializing in ear reconstruction in that region are living in palatial estates.

Companies that convert factory issue autos into armored semi-bulletproof vehicles are also doing brisk business (as I recall the review had also mentioned.)

I thought the documentary director and editor(s) did an admirable job tying together a mosaic of systemic government corruption, and contrasting it against the (for lack of a better term) "trickle down" effect this has had on society in various direct and indirect ways.

That and... I suspect anyone who sees this will forever associate the phrase "frog farm" with this movie.


:dohdohdoh: :raincloud:



Or as I like to call it, Philadelphia
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on February 02, 2009, 07:40:11 PM
 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 06, 2009, 08:04:34 PM
Saw contriVed 0/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: lidz on February 07, 2009, 02:51:10 PM
Saw contriVed 0/10

^^agreed, horrible movie.

Watched RocknRolla - I enjoyed it, I do like most of Guy Richies stuff.  8/10 for that type of movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BasterMate on February 07, 2009, 06:38:14 PM
 :ChainSawDevil:
I watched a 2003 South Korean movie called Old Boy. Hard to label, defies pretty much any category you throw at it. You can see it as a love story, a fight story, a revenge story...but there's nothing quite like it. Ride out the subtitles, brace for the hammer and squirm at the scissors! Nuff said there. Don't worry though -- it's not Audition!
trailer link:
http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1808570534/video#2980830

pm me for RS links, which are easy to find.

p.s. just read that Tarantino tried like hell to convince the 2004 Cannes Film Festival jury to award the top "Gold Palm" award to Old Boy instead of Fahrenheit 9/11.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on February 07, 2009, 07:47:20 PM
Those asians sure as hell know how to make people feel sick after watching a movie.

This movie seriously just about made me up-chuck.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 16, 2009, 07:13:27 AM
Max Payne 7/10. It's been a while since I've played the game but the movie was full of nostalgic glory.
The Day The Earth Stopped 6.5/10. It's a great retelling of the original The Day the Earth Stood Still. With a larger budget I would have given it a 9.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on March 12, 2009, 09:25:40 PM
Punisher: Warzone.

The fiance said it was the most violent movie she has seen, not in a bad way though. I digged it. It was like the way I like to play games. Head shot after bloody head shot. Some punk even gets intercepted mid jump from building to building by an RPG. (Reminds me of rocket duels in Q2)

The cinematography was presented in a good comic like way with accent lighting and a great use of shadows.

Best moment of badassery that stuck in my head (so many to choose from) was when Castle throws dude off a building. Dude gets impaled by a wrought iron (sp?) fence spike and just before he's about to sputter his last blood choked breathe Castle comes jumping down with an ultra head stomp that visibly breaks the guys neck into his trachea. The next shot is Castle running off and the guys now elongated and backwards jointed neck letting out the final hiss of breath left in his lungs.

8/10 for the over the top action.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Mya on March 13, 2009, 12:36:58 AM
Recently I saw "He's Just Not Into You" in theaters. It was a pretty good chick flick. 8/10

"Down With Love" I saw the other day with some girls for movie night. Pretty interesting, and who doesn't love Ewan McGregor? 8/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 13, 2009, 06:42:38 AM
Crank.

Another statham film, found it amusing and excellently violent. The bit where he starts shagging his girlfriend in the middle of china town so he doesen't die is lulz.. as is the waffle iron incident :p
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 13, 2009, 07:24:47 AM
The Librarian 3 - 6/10
I loved the first 2. This one was just too far out. Seemed more like a TV series than a movie at this point.

Also contradictions like saying "since I started working here, I've never been able to date anyone for more than 6 months" while the entire character is based on a 30 year old shut in that lives with his mother who never had a date before starting his job as the Librarian, are quite distracting.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 13, 2009, 07:43:51 AM
Sunshine.  8/10.  Worth watching again.  Good sci-fi flick with some suspense @ the end.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on March 14, 2009, 12:55:01 AM
Pride and Glory - 9/10

Sure it's based on a played plot. Good cop bad cop has been done again and again. But this movie had a unique twist. I'm a big fan of Ed Norton too so that may have helped. The corruption that ensues and the consuquences that follow mixed with the turmoil of what happens next influences my 9.. maybe even 10 rating. I esp like how Colin Farrell gets caught up at the end.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 14, 2009, 07:29:56 PM
Jindabyne - 2/10

Starring Gabriel Byrne and Laura Linney. I can sometimes appreciate a somber movie with deep meanings woven into the background, but this one looked like just an excuse to take a movie crew on a trout fishing trip. Overall, the plot (or piss-poor excuse for one) unfolds far too slow. Don't waste your time on this one, do something more productive like picking your nose or applying conditioner to your pubic hairs.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: muleskinnerthekick on March 15, 2009, 08:50:24 AM
the last good one I saw was Slingblade with Billy Bob Thorton!!! I have to give it a 10. Billy Bob had his shit together on this one!!...Could be a real story no doubt and not far fetched bull Shit!!!...lol...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on March 15, 2009, 08:41:53 PM
I saw the remake of 'the last house on the left' this past weekend. This movie is very very intense. The first half hour there is a very gruesome rape scene, now i dont know about most people, but i cant stomache that kind of shit. Dont get me wrong, i like horror movies and slasher films...but rape scenes make me sick. So right off the get go i was turned off by this movie, pretty fucked up movie cuz its shit that actually happens.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 15, 2009, 08:45:52 PM
I saw the remake of 'the last house on the left' this past weekend. This movie is very very intense. The first half hour there is a very gruesome rape scene, now i dont know about most people, but i cant stomache that kind of shit. Dont get me wrong, i like horror movies and slasher films...but rape scenes make me sick. So right off the get go i was turned off by this movie, pretty fucked up movie cuz its shit that actually happens.

That's why I'm turned off by "horror" movies that are simply gorey and not scary. Ever since Hellraiser 3, the genre has gone from decapitations and hooks in dead bodies to killing babies and eating fetuses. It's not about scaring people. It's about being shocking and pushing the envelope. What's left after the envelope has already been pushed? Trash, really.

Sadly some movies aren't even half the "horror" film as Arachnaphobia.  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 15, 2009, 08:56:46 PM
Tropic Thunder: 4/10

my mom & sisters said it was great, I found it pretty stupid, boring & bleh.

I normally like movies that don't take themselves seriously, this one was just :(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on March 16, 2009, 07:17:30 AM
Funny you mention that, i was in a conversation yesterday about how i would never watch tropic thunder and all 4 other people were like what! its ben stillers funniest movie! I was discombobulated when i heard that.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 16, 2009, 07:52:01 AM
i really didn't find it funny.  I normally find ben stiller pretty funny but I didn't find the movie funny.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 16, 2009, 08:32:40 AM
for the first time ever I watched step up #1 and right after, step up 2 the streets.

then a couple of hours later I watched #1 again, and i'll watch #2 tonight..again.. these films were awesome :O can't habeeb i'd never seen them before.

one of the best bits has to be when tyler battles andie at the start of su2 the streets, on the trampolined floor to t-pains church. was incredible :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 16, 2009, 11:09:47 AM
Well I for one LOVE the gore-horror style movies. If graphic rape scenes in a movie churn your stomach inside out, then it appears as though the director accomplished his goal. Honestly no one wants to think about that shit really happening, especially to someone they know and... may even like. Sometimes it's a vital part of the plot. Other times, yeah, it's purely for the shock value and they aren't trying to make you "jump" as much as they are trying to make you "squirm".

For example: The Devil's Rejects

When the guy comes back to the motel room and is greeted at the door by Baby. She ushers him in, at which point he sees everyone huddled together on the bed and they shoot him through the back of the head and his brains go flying all over their faces. That's "shocking" and "horrific", thusly why the movie is probably found in the "horror" category.

Let's say you had a movie that was billed as a "horror movie" in which the main bad guy was a character who abducted, sexually assaulted/tortured, and murdered underage children. Obviously I don't think such a movie would ever be able to get made since raping children is definitely against the law. But hypotetically, lets say such a movie existed which showed a kid getting it's clothes violently ripped off and some guy smacking it around and trying to fuck the poor kid up the ass. That would be preeeeeeetty damned shocking and horrific and would definitely make me squirm and disgust me thoroughly. I wouldn't want to see that. But that in and of itself is WHY someone would show something like that in a graphic nature, to FORCE the viewer to witness something truly disturbing.

Once again, let me make one thing perfectly clear before anyone flips out, NO, I don't like sexually assaulting kids, nor do I like watching movies about it, nor do I WANT to see a movie about it. But on the whole, I DO enjoy a movie with some over-the-top gore and maybe even a scene of some poor bitch getting raped and hacked to pieces. I write songs about that kind of crazy shit. But you'll NEVER see me write anything about some lunatic that sexually assaults children, that's one "edgey" topic for gore-horror movies and my gore-metal music that I won't go ANYWHERE near.

I've actually seen sites where guys do their own special FX makeup and do photoshoots where they act like masked serial killers. They have some poor scantily clad little bitch bound and gagged and they make the photos look pretty graphic. They depict themselves mutilating them, dismembering them, sodomizing the corpse, etc. They make the makeup look pretty real too, with ligature marks, blueish skin and post-mortem bruising, it's nuts. The world is full of people with weird fantasies. When it goes from "fantasy" to "reality", that is the only place where I really have any objections to it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 16, 2009, 11:52:27 AM
Once again, let me make one thing perfectly clear before anyone flips out

HA! I've never seen anyone effectively turn themselves into a straw man like that before. Good work!

I'm not sure who, what, or where you are arguing any of that. I never made any attempt to say that gore is not horror. I simply explained why I dislike gore movies for the sake of gore. Also, none of the movies that you mention hold a candle to real horror like the original the Haunting. The average low budget Chinese horror is scarier than any gore movie, and an average gore movie's plot, acting, and directing tend to make me regularly beg for a Vincent Price movie.

Also, all effective scary movies run off of a simple formula. Take a regular activity and make it scary. Jaws = swimming. Arachnaphobia = spiders. The Ring = Video tapes (LOLz, bad example). I liked house of 1000 Corpses because it had that same theme to it. I liked the Devils Rejects for a different reason. Neither of which I consider gore for gore sakes. They had plenty of gore, but they were hardly Hostel 2 or Touristas. (both equally crappy gore for gore sake movies)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 15, 2009, 08:18:40 AM
Anyone who wants to provide a review for the tastycast, please feel free. It may be necessary to open a new thread for full fledged reviews depending on how many submissions there are.

Read more here:
http://tastyspleen.net/quake/forums/index.php?topic=11025.msg115361#msg115361

The movie review feature is inspired by this thread, so I think that it's not quite hijacking in this case.  :biggungrin:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 15, 2009, 08:22:51 PM
Day the Earth Stood Still remake 5/10... Pretty much the definition of mediocre
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on April 15, 2009, 10:03:40 PM
That's pretty much Mr. Reeve's acting range as well.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Buzzard on April 16, 2009, 03:42:31 PM
Movie: The wresler

Score: 10/10! awesome movie :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on April 28, 2009, 10:53:54 PM
Just watched 'The Big Lebowski'...

Seen it plenty of times, still never gets old. Movie is fucking hilarious, if anyone hasn't seen it I recommend it...

Had me in tears.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 29, 2009, 03:51:28 AM
The Russian Specialist (The Mechanik): 7/10

Crappy action flick until you reach the ending fight. Let's just say that Dolf Lundgren has a field day with a double barrel shotgun.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on April 29, 2009, 04:31:07 AM
Thunder in paradise (10/10) Danger. Excitement. Adventure. It's just another day in paradise
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 29, 2009, 06:41:46 AM
Thunder in paradise (10/10) Danger. Excitement. Adventure. It's just another day in paradise
:lolsign:

Hulk Hogan FTW

Ever watch the series? I caught it as often as possible when it was on, but I was about 10 years old then. I barely remember what the boat looked like now.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on April 29, 2009, 06:49:39 AM
Just watched Crank 2: High Voltage

fucking ridiculous film, but hilarious at the same time.

5/10, funny but unsatisfying to watch.

which sucks because statham is win :<
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on April 29, 2009, 03:34:03 PM
lol, yeah I caught some of the series. I found my old 1994 thunder in paradise 1 VHS the other day and had to put it in. :purpleshock:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on April 30, 2009, 11:05:48 AM
I am also a huge statham fan...

but Crank 2 was the most ridiculous movie ive ever seen.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on April 30, 2009, 11:25:23 AM
crank was good
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on April 30, 2009, 12:36:15 PM
you cant say when he booted the head into the pond ya didnt lol though :p
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on April 30, 2009, 01:13:13 PM
I heard the new crank was way over the top, which sounds good to me!

but people say "oh but it's too fake  :bigcry:"

ya well so was superman!

Can't wait to see it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on May 04, 2009, 07:34:50 PM
Crank II sucked.

Just watched 'The Prestige' not too bad, pretty interesting.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 05, 2009, 08:26:22 PM
Just finished watching the entire 10 part series of "Band of Brothers".

11/10.

The special features is definitely worth watching too. Makes me think about all the shit both of my grandfathers went through during World War II. No one ever really got the chance to talk to my moms father about what all he went through in the Pacific during Okinawa. Like a lot of the guys who lived through it, he never talked about those days very much, if ever. It wasn't until after he died in 1996 that a few of his surviving brothers and sisters offered up some small pieces of his memories he had related to them about a few things that happened during his service. My mom gave me his old Army uniform not long after he died, and it's still one of my most prized possessions. I also have a handmade wooden club type of thing that he brought back from Okinawa. That was one of the only stories he ever told us. He used to have it hanging on the wall in his living room and we asked him about it one time. He had gotten up in the middle of the night to take a piss when he ran into a single Japanese soldier who was attempting to sneak into their tents and kill as many US soldiers as he could before being discovered. The only weapon my grandfather had on him was his knife, and luckily the other guy was only carrying a knife too. I still have his knife and leather sheath, although the sheath is in pretty bad shape after all these years. He pointed out the dark red stains on the end of the club where the Japanese soldier had apparently used it to kill someone. After the war, (and this was a boneheaded thing to do on his part) he had painted the entire club up with some kind of clear coating, I don't know why. Maybe one of these days I'll snap a few photos of it if anyone is interested in seeing it.

If any of you have any surviving relatives who actively served in World War II, I'd encourage you to sit down and talk with them about their experiences. They may not be so willing to relive a lot of those memories, but you might find a whole different side of them that you never knew existed. The stories and memories that they carry with them are valuable pieces of history that should be passed on to future generations. Once they pass away, those pieces of history are gone forever. At least tell them how much admiration you have for their service and that you are proud of what they sacrificed and all they endured.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on May 05, 2009, 09:13:13 PM
It almost seems like the last generation was stronger to me.  Like they worked twice as hard as we do because things sucked twice as much.  And when they did work, they would do it to the extreme, no question.  I'm not saying we don't have good soldiers now, I just get the apperance that things were a little tougher and people worked harder back in the day.  At least the early and mid 1900's.

Anyways band of brothers owns.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on May 05, 2009, 09:15:12 PM
my grandparents never said much (one was in WW2, on in korea).  But my dad found an article about his dad's PT boat in WW2.  Turns out one of the survivors of the boat wrote a book.  

I've always wanted to finish seeing Band of Bros (watched ~1/2 the episodes in their first run on TV) but I found it cost-probative to buy them.

It almost seems like the last generation was stronger to me.  Like they worked twice as hard as we do because things sucked twice as much.  And when they did work, they would do it to the extreme, no question.  I'm not saying we don't have good soldiers now, I just get the apperance that things were a little tougher and people worked harder back in the day.

I don't think it "seems" but it's 110% true.  Read a phrase somewhere that said "Years ago people worked harder to make more $$, now they'd rather work easier but more hours".  true.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on May 06, 2009, 07:49:07 AM
I don't think it "seems" but it's 110% true.  Read a phrase somewhere that said "Years ago people worked harder to make more $$, now they'd rather work easier but more hours".  true.

I think that this is true too because the invention of the vacuum cleaner, refrigerator, electric stove, radio, microwave, long distance telephones, etc. were part of the "age of convenience." Certain products were introduced and purchased not out of necessity, but out of convenience to spare time for other activities.

Everyone here (myself very much so included) has been born well past the age of convenience and I think it's only reasonable to say that generations following the WWII generation are naturally going to be much more lazy. Cell phones, and text messages are the age of super convenience. It should only get worse from here.

*It should also be noted that some people still work their asses off like the "greatest generation", but I'm talking about averaging the entire population and not any specific individuals*

*It should also also be noted that most of the examples I give are older than WWII. I'm referring to the waning influence of mandatory hard work and how one generation had a portion of that influence and many generations since have had absolutely none of that influence*
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on May 10, 2009, 06:48:40 AM
Star Trek (new one): 8/10

Fun story, the actors fit the characters pretty well.  Hard to mention anything about the plot w/o spoiling it, but worth seeing imho.  Non-trekies I know like it too.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on May 10, 2009, 07:16:22 AM
I am dying to see so many movies this summer, especially the new harry potter.  :afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on May 10, 2009, 07:28:15 AM
This is a funny clip about the new star trek movie

http://poststuff5.entensity.net/050809/flash.php?media=trek.flv

must watch
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on May 10, 2009, 03:36:01 PM
This is a funny clip about the new star trek movie
http://poststuff5.entensity.net/050809/flash.php?media=trek.flv

Higher quality original:

http://www.theonion.com/content/video/trekkies_bash_new_star_trek_film

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on May 10, 2009, 06:32:46 PM
it's a rather lame joke there put out by onion.  they've done way better.  Sure they could of done better with this one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on May 10, 2009, 07:10:12 PM
i found it to be hilarious
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Mya on May 10, 2009, 08:34:37 PM
Star Trek

7/10

I was a bit lost throughout it, kind of hard to follow in some parts. But definitely go see it! it's not worth $10.25 though, in my opinion.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on May 10, 2009, 09:03:38 PM
it's not worth $10.25 though, in my opinion.
You go to the wrong theater's: I paid $6 for the EXPENSIVE show.  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on May 14, 2009, 07:11:06 AM
Just watched a documentary called The World According to Monsanto

(http://www.twilightearth.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/monsanto_dvd.jpg)


Looks like a couple sites have the whole video online (via Google video and youtube)

http://wideeyecinema.com/?p=105
http://www.twilightearth.com/2009/05/the-world-according-to-monsanto-full-documentary/


:uhoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on May 14, 2009, 09:25:20 AM
good action in the star trek movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on May 14, 2009, 10:05:20 AM
Just watched a documentary called The World According to Monsanto

never heard of the doc but that's the synopsis of it is what puts worried in many many many US farmers.  Not really the large ones, they make out on the deal, but the smaller ones, like the ones around me.

biggest thing that gets me is that the companies can even successfully sue (and win) against someone who never even signed up with them.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on May 14, 2009, 11:02:13 PM
Star Trek....

Story... 8/10
Can't even describe the premise without leading to some accurate predictions. Must see. ( StarTrek > Lost ... ty J.J. Abrams)

Graphics... ?/10
Unsure as I have yet to see it in IMAX...to compare it to current standards I'd give it a 10. Yet, the current movies I have seen were in IMAX..this, not yet....will see it again (in IAMX ;) )

Loved it, loved it, loved it. This is a great reboot of the series.

I cannot believe how good the casting was on this. Every...Single...Character... is a spitting image of the original. Sure, sure they have had plenty of time to research their roles, but every single actor has risen to the challenge and exemplified the essence of their role.

I really hope they make another.

Hell....Hollywood needs to rebooted like this.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on May 20, 2009, 03:11:12 PM
Saw Star Trek this morning, enjoyed it.

Considering the director and some of the main actors claimed to have little knowledge of or affection for the original series, they seemed to recreate the essence of several of the original characters really well.

Plus, Uhura is hot. :dohdohdoh:


:D

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on May 20, 2009, 11:46:52 PM
watched terminator: salvation

Was mad that the previews gave away too much information and also was mad that on the news they spoke of bale signed with two more terminator movie contracts...so you know too much to begin with.

Decent movie though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 03, 2009, 08:18:50 AM
Stomp the Yard - not bad, preferred step up. going to watch you got served later as well.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 03, 2009, 10:05:39 AM
Death Factory: The Blood Letting 6/10

Extremely low budget but still very good. Very gritty and gory which accomplished it's goals. Also had some really hate-able bad guys.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on June 03, 2009, 11:52:05 AM
Drag me to hell:

Not bad, mostly sudden loud sounds and visuals. Felt like it was aimed at a younger audience, probably hence the pg13 rating. I enjoyed it tho.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 03, 2009, 06:55:39 PM
Definitely. It used to be that they made R-rated horror movies like Scream, which were obviously marketed towards high schoolers on date night. But of course, some of these theaters are hard-asses and check peoples ID both when buying the ticket AND entering the theater itself. Hollywood wants more money, so they make this cheesy "UNhorror" bullshit and do whatever it takes to convince the MPAA to give it a PG13 rating.

These days, a good rule of thumb is "PG13 horror movies aren't worth the ticket price."
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 03, 2009, 07:06:07 PM
all horror movies are crap anyways.    :bananaw00t:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 03, 2009, 07:35:14 PM
Then you've never seen Hellraiser.

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/hellraiser_jesuswept.jpg)
Jesus wept!  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 04, 2009, 04:11:36 AM
These days, a good rule of thumb is "PG13 horror movies aren't worth the ticket price."
True

all horror movies are crap anyways.    :bananaw00t:
True

Then you've never seen Hellraiser.
True


These days hollywood has abandoned classic horror, and even 80's/90's horror for the pop up scare genre. Yes, every horror film has some point in which the music gets tense and then a loud noise happens while a cat or something jumps out of a cupboard. The difference today is that the whole movie is comprised of that rather than using it as as a tool to assist the entertainment value.

Beyond that, the Japanese(Asian) horror genre (which I thoroughly enjoy) has influenced American horror so much that all we get anymore are "psychological thrillers" that happen to have ghosts, and then probably turn out not to because ripping off Jacob's Ladder/Fight Club/6th Sense/Momento is all the rage today. *$%^$%ing hollywood morons. So you can generally assume that ALL horror movies suck, aren't worth paying for, and aren't as good as Hellraiser. Even bad Hellraiser psychological thrillers that rip off Jacob's ladder (Hellraiser 5, 6, and 7) are better than today's crap that attempt the same thing.

It's not about originality, it's about cookie cutter copies. The only relatively good horror movies any more have been remakes. That Shia La Poofyhair remake of Rear Window wasn't bad, but wasn't great. The Pulse remake was pretty good. Grudge 1 was good (grudge 2 was an abomination of the horror genre). It gets to the point that a low budget movie like the one I mentioned in my last post (Death Factory: the Blood Letting) is more original than newer horror like An American Haunting and The Uninvited. The funny thing is that the low budget Death Factory wasn't trying to be original. It was trying to be a generic "gore for the sake of gore" movie, which I usually dislike.

It's all in style. The style today that is popular, is also crap. You really have to look to the obscure references to find a good horror today. 8 films to die for, Masters of Horror, low budgets like The Final Patient, and older lower budget Stephen King movies like In The Mouth of Madness.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 04, 2009, 05:21:45 AM
I've been told Alien is a horror movie but I always found it to be a suspense.  If that's considered "horror" then I won't say all are bad, that one's awesome.  But then starship troopers should be horror too.  Quite a bit of gore in that one, and an awesome movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 04, 2009, 07:00:45 AM
I've been told Alien is a horror movie but I always found it to be a suspense.  If that's considered "horror" then I won't say all are bad, that one's awesome.  But then starship troopers should be horror too.  Quite a bit of gore in that one, and an awesome movie.

Alien is a horror movie because it was built off of (or invented?) the kill off the group 1 by 1 style. Start with a group of people, make the audience decide who survives, and kill off the rest of the cast in interesting and new ways. Alien (although infinitely better than) is comparable to Scream in that regard.

It's actually a pretty standard horror set up. Isolate a group of people and insert a killer.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on June 04, 2009, 07:40:07 AM
\It's actually a pretty standard horror set up. Isolate a group of people and insert a killer.

Code: [Select]
GOTO MUTANT
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 04, 2009, 09:50:36 AM
Disaster Movie - it's stupid but it's supposed to be, few good laughs though. juney lactating on the blonde one from sex in the city was major  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 04, 2009, 10:33:33 AM
It's actually a pretty standard horror set up. Isolate a group of people and insert a killer.

Alien has no gore though, except the one scene.  W/o the gore what makes it a horror movie vs a suspense?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 04, 2009, 11:04:20 AM
It's actually a pretty standard horror set up. Isolate a group of people and insert a killer.

Alien has no gore though, except the one scene.  W/o the gore what makes it a horror movie vs a suspense?

I think that we have some difference in terms. In my book there are 4 real genres of movies. Drama, Action, Comedy, and horror. Suspense is a sub-genre of horror (or sometimes a sub-genre of drama). Of horror, there are sub-genre's. Gorey, suspense/thrillers, etc.. So I'm not convinced that the lack of gore makes a movie any less horror. That would automatically re-classify the entirety of the Twilighzone, Vincent Price movies, and classic horrors like Dracula, the mummy, and the Haunting.

In all honesty that's my opinion. Horror is a broad genre. Stupid slashers like My Bloody Valentine and great sci-fi horrors like John Carpenters The Thing all fall into the same category. Oddly enough you'll realize just how many of them involve an extremely contrived effort to isolate a group of people and kill them off one by one once you really think about it. Then there are Rear Window in which a single killer toys with a single victim and the climax in the end is attempting to kill that person. Then there's the action horror like John Carpenters Vampires, that is just a classic horror monster tacked into an action film. Then there's the psychological thriller that involves one person wrestling with demons/ghosts which reveals an unoriginal twist at the end. Then there's the Lost Boys category where a group of kids is tormented by an unknown force which they identify and confront. Sorry I'm just going through some fond memories of The Thing and The Haunting. I love the good old horror movies.  ;D

My favorite types of horror involve an unknown force that is revealed slowly throughout the film and then dealt with at the end within the rules that have been established. Like the Ninth Gate.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 04, 2009, 12:08:16 PM
Hellraiser 1, 2, and 3 were decent. Admittedly, some of the actors they cast for the less important characters were either really crappy actors or the director just didn't take the time to coach them and get the scene on tape correctly. But Ashley Laurence, the girl who played Kirstey, HOLY HELL she's a total fox. Not the most talented actress ever, but her "oh shit, I'm scared" face cut the mustard and is probably the biggest reason she got the part.  Hellraiser: Bloodlines, #4, was just incredibly retarded, painful to watch, and totally sucked. There's 8 movies in the entire Hellraiser series, believe it or not. Basically, don't watch anything past Hellraiser 3 unless you're a big Clive Barker fan already. Like Peewee touched on, the last few seemed to "borrow" their plots from other films.

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/AshleyLaurence1.jpg)

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/AshleyLaurence2.jpg)

She's getting up there in age, so she ain't quite as deliciously fresh as she used to be (Hellraiser was like 20 years ago), but still...

 :idhitit:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on June 04, 2009, 12:29:42 PM
I liked the hell raiser movies...

I like movies ilke seven and the bone collector, mystery horror shit...but not those bullshit movies like urban legend, scream, and whatever else.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 04, 2009, 01:06:45 PM
There's 8 movies in the entire Hellraiser series, believe it or not. Basically, don't watch anything past Hellraiser 3 unless you're a big Clive Barker fan already. Like Peewee touched on, the last few seemed to "borrow" their plots from other films.

I liked Hellraiser 4 because it continued the plot of the cube that is a portal to hell. Hellraiser's 2 and 3 kind of abandoned that plot for the sake of going to the hood and killing more people. Although Hellraiser 3 was by far the best, and one of the most influential gore movies in horror history.

I saw Hellraiser 6 before watching 5. They have the exact same plot with the different characters. I just happen to like it. It wasn't a gore movie or really about demons. It was a psychological thriller in the vein of In The Mouth of Madness or Dark Corners. I just liked it. I can't imagine how a diehard fan of the original Hellraisers could ever like it, but I did.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 04, 2009, 06:02:21 PM
You got served - 9/10, thoroughly enjoyed it, excellent moves and whatnot.

ll's sister could have been a bit hotter though, kek.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 05, 2009, 09:22:45 AM
Double post!

Transformers (1) - 10/10 fucking amazing nuff said.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on June 05, 2009, 11:23:07 PM
You got served...

the finale was OK in the movie, but other than that the movie was retarded.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 06, 2009, 01:25:08 PM
well sure it wasn't the most epic of storylines but I didn't really go watching it for that, it's a dance film I watched good dancing that wasnt quite as cheesey as Step Up dancing (except the white guys in their rivals group jesus I wanted to shank them), so to me that's my idea of a good film.

same with disaster movie, it's fucking retarded plot-wise but if you watch it expecting a decent storyline with meaning and depth you're watching the wrong film, take em for what they are.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 07, 2009, 12:47:13 AM
I saw Hellraiser 6 before watching 5. They have the exact same plot with the different characters. I just happen to like it. It wasn't a gore movie or really about demons. It was a psychological thriller in the vein of In The Mouth of Madness or Dark Corners. I just liked it. I can't imagine how a diehard fan of the original Hellraisers could ever like it, but I did.

I just got done watching #5, Hellraiser: Inferno. I gotta agree, it was pretty damn good considering it was straight-to-DVD. Threw me for a big loop. Wasn't like the first four at all. I give it 8 out of 10 severed fingers.
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Post by: playboy on June 07, 2009, 06:40:52 PM
I didn't watch you got served expecting a great story. I'm saying, the solo 'practice' scenes with one of them like dancing by himself in the rain almost amde me cut my wrists. Shit like that.
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Post by: playboy on June 07, 2009, 06:42:19 PM
I watched Hangover, i laughed my ass off. Some funny stuff in that movie.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 08, 2009, 11:12:57 AM
Zack Galifinakis is the shit.
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Post by: playboy on June 08, 2009, 12:03:01 PM
if he wasnt in the movie, the movie would of sucked. he made the entire movie, no joke.
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Post by: Whirlingdervish on June 08, 2009, 03:04:41 PM
if he wasnt in the movie, the movie would of sucked. he made the entire movie, no joke.

 :afro:

I concur.


"It's a satchel!"

"NOOO. It's my fucking purse!"
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 08, 2009, 06:58:09 PM
I don't doubt that. I keep up with the stand-up comedy world a good bit, and I've never heard or seen anything from those other nobodies before.

You oughta check out some of his regular stand-up routines on YouTube or something. He also was part of the "Comedians of Comedy" DVD, along side Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, and Maria Bamford. There was also a second one they did called "Comedians of Comedy: Live From The Troubador" which was pretty good too.
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Post by: playboy on June 08, 2009, 09:03:10 PM
Funny you mention that, i was looking up stuff on youtube today. haha
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Post by: quadz on June 08, 2009, 09:05:23 PM
"I didn't know they gave out rings at the Holocaust."


:dohdohdoh:

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Post by: playboy on June 08, 2009, 09:51:40 PM
"I didn't know they gave out rings at the Holocaust."


:dohdohdoh:



"Your language is offensive!"
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Post by: playboy on June 08, 2009, 09:52:55 PM
Basically, don't watch anything past Hellraiser 3 unless you're a big Clive Barker fan already.

I thought he didnt write or direct any of them except the first one?
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Post by: quadz on June 08, 2009, 10:25:19 PM
"Your language is offensive!"

Mute me.


:nana:

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Post by: playboy on June 08, 2009, 10:28:36 PM
"should I leave the room for this?"

"I think that would be a good idea Alan"
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 08, 2009, 11:28:28 PM
Basically, don't watch anything past Hellraiser 3 unless you're a big Clive Barker fan already.

I thought he didnt write or direct any of them except the first one?

True, but since they're all "based on characters created by Clive Barker", andunless you just thoroughly enjoy ANYTHING containing those same characters, if you watch any of them past #3 expecting them to be similar, you will probably be let down.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on June 09, 2009, 03:13:53 AM
True, but since they're all "based on characters created by Clive Barker", andunless you just thoroughly enjoy ANYTHING containing those same characters, if you watch any of them past #3 expecting them to be similar, you will probably be let down.

Symantics. I am not specifically a Clive Barker "fan" but I am a pin head fan, therefore I've tried to watch them all.
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Post by: playboy on June 09, 2009, 11:21:59 AM
Exactly. So its not a Clive Barker fan, its a pinhead fan.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 09, 2009, 02:54:11 PM
If you like Pinhead, then you like Clive Barker's work. Which came first: the chicken or the egg? In this case, the egg.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on June 09, 2009, 06:51:17 PM
Incorrect. You can hate mountain dew but like code red.
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Post by: reaper on June 09, 2009, 07:33:06 PM
I read a review on the new terminator, they bashed it pretty bad.  Although i'm a big fan of the series so i'll still go see it.

First terminator was great, second was great, not sure which one I'd rank higher. Probably the first since its got old school animation and feels a little more violent.  The third one was ok.


 :rocketright:
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Post by: playboy on June 09, 2009, 09:16:51 PM
It's pretty action packed if thats what youre into, overall wasnt a bad movie.
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Post by: poopoppa on June 10, 2009, 12:02:42 AM
Gran torino: Hilarious! I just wished he capped at least one of them at the end.
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Post by: lidz on June 10, 2009, 12:05:16 PM
Gran torino: Hilarious! I just wished he capped at least one of them at the end.

Haven't watched it yet, now I know, nobody gets capped.  Spoiler!   ;)
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Post by: poopoppa on June 10, 2009, 12:20:20 PM
lol oops!
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Post by: playboy on June 10, 2009, 04:52:40 PM
Gran Torino was non-stop laughter.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on June 10, 2009, 05:40:24 PM
rewatched Road Warrior (9/10) and Beyond ThunderDome (7/10)
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Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 20, 2009, 07:39:30 AM
"Tunnel rats"
Played the game first, then watched the movie. I like Boll KG. He is german, too. Watch his Postal movie-awesome.

"The perfect sleep"
Complex story telling. A bit like the watchmen, but serious. And a totaly different story of course.

"Terror at Blood fart lake... "
texas weirdos making a movie with a low budget
very weired ending....

 :dohdohdoh:

Still on the desktop:

"Tyrannosaurus Azteca"
From imdb.com: The Aztecs Summoned a Tyrannosaurus Rex to keep Cortes and his army out of Mexico...
Now They Need The Conquistadors' help to stop the T-Rex from killing them all
Sounds interesting. Lets see if i can stand it longer then 15 minutes....

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on June 20, 2009, 10:10:02 AM
I happened to stumble across "Year One" and I walked out almost 25 minuts into it.
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Post by: SpawnGirl on June 20, 2009, 10:27:09 AM
I like "Knowing"
and.. mmmmmmmmm
The Jacket
and
"next"
and
Cloverfield!!!  :purpleshock:

COol moviessss!!  :beer: :beer: :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 20, 2009, 11:10:58 AM
I happened to stumble across "Year One" and I walked out almost 25 minuts into it.

Hmmm. i thought Jack Black only makes cool movies. Will check it out eventually.
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Post by: RRBM [NL] on June 20, 2009, 11:38:13 AM
the good ones i have seen lately:

death proof
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEVyC8FByng

shoot em up
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlx4n_ibNZE

i am legend
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7CC0kbGj6s

The Spiderwick Chronicles
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ULQWlDiChQ

No Country for Old Men
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBqmKSAHc6w
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Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 20, 2009, 01:07:48 PM
Saw them all except spiderwick chronicles.  Very enterntaining stuff and No country for old men i watched twice  :P

I cant wait to see Inglorious bastards from Quentin Tarantino.
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Post by: SpawnGirl on June 20, 2009, 08:47:36 PM
the good ones i have seen lately:

death proof
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEVyC8FByng

shoot em up
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlx4n_ibNZE

i am legend
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7CC0kbGj6s

The Spiderwick Chronicles
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ULQWlDiChQ

No Country for Old Men
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBqmKSAHc6w

"i am legend" very cool movie!!! :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on June 21, 2009, 03:17:45 PM
cloverfield was terrible. I believe they are making another one, just in another persons camera. Same movie, different view.
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Post by: playboy on June 21, 2009, 06:56:07 PM
also just watched snatch, hilarious!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: SpawnGirl on June 21, 2009, 08:21:06 PM
cloverfield was terrible. I believe they are making another one, just in another persons camera. Same movie, different view.
interesting :beer:
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Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 22, 2009, 01:25:27 AM
Napoleon Dynamite (2004), Comedy, 10 wins & 18 nominations  + its funny

supplement:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKmUsVeKp1o&feature=fvw
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on June 23, 2009, 11:41:04 AM
gimme some of your tots
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Post by: [BTF]adam on June 23, 2009, 11:58:00 AM
Also watched the new terminator, as pb said it was full of action I just didn't click with it personally. 6/10
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Post by: playboy on June 24, 2009, 08:04:47 AM
Transformers 2....

Alot of action scenes and overall a pretty badass movie. The transformations rock.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 29, 2009, 01:32:02 AM
Transformers 2:  Notso gooooood    :yuck:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 29, 2009, 11:00:26 AM
Quote from: m4&#036;73r j14u on June 22, 2009, 01:25:27 AM
Quote from: m4$73r j14u on June 22, 2009, 01:25:27 AM
Napoleon Dynamite (2004), Comedy, 10 wins & 18 nominations  + its funny

supplement:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKmUsVeKp1o&feature=fvw


Sure, it's a good comedy movie if you like your comedy movies to be completely comedy-free. The huge success of that movie is proof that the majority of america is getting stupider and stupider as time goes on.
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Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 29, 2009, 12:14:14 PM
And your point is?  :WTF:

But i have to admit that it wasnt that funny the second time i watched it. And "Mamas Boy" was pretty much the same stuff...

Paul blart mal cop. Funny. Lots of slapstick like humor. Watched it twice.  :evilgrin:
Dont like "king of queens" but paul blart was ok.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 29, 2009, 12:21:28 PM
The huge success of that movie is proof that the majority of america is getting stupider and stupider as time goes on.

or you are getting smarter and smarter and sma..... :WTF:  :spam:
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Post by: Sgt. Dick on June 29, 2009, 05:04:50 PM
Taken - 7/10
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Post by: m4$73r j14u on June 29, 2009, 11:16:04 PM
Land Of The Lost  6/10 played too safe-some nice camera/scenery in there (4 points for that)
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Post by: [BTF]adam on July 06, 2009, 01:26:57 PM
Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny

fukken lol'd, 9/10
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Post by: [BTF]adam on July 14, 2009, 10:42:03 AM
Transformers 2 - AWESOME film.

Optimus is win, ILL TAKE YOU ALL ON! PEWPEWPEWPEW

also the hangover, meh. not as funny as people are saying it is to be, I find any part of films where babies are distressed at all completely unfunny.
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Post by: DaHanG on July 14, 2009, 12:39:04 PM
Bruno...pretty good, but too over the top and not comedic enough for my tastes.
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Post by: playboy on July 15, 2009, 11:05:45 AM
bruno 0/10

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Post by: quadz on July 18, 2009, 12:25:27 AM
bruno 0/10

Hahaha.  Just saw it.  I'd give it at least "3" points just for the Paula Abdul scene.

Overall I'd give it maybe a 6.5 for content and a 9 for Andy Kaufman size balls.


:smiley_abau:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 19, 2009, 09:20:59 PM
I didn't "get it" either. I watched it in it's entirety only because there was absolutely NOTHING else on TV at the time. I didn't laugh once. However, I did crack a mild smile when he got hit in the face with a pork chop while riding a bicycle.

A Fistful of Dollars - 9/10
ALL of the Clint Eastwood spaghetti western movies by Sergio Leone were awesome. Clint is the MAN.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on July 20, 2009, 12:48:49 AM
 :zzz:
Why are there so few realy awesome movies out there?
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Post by: peewee_RotA on July 20, 2009, 03:58:06 AM
I didn't "get it" either. I watched it in it's entirety only because there was absolutely NOTHING else on TV at the time. I didn't laugh once. However, I did crack a mild smile when he got hit in the face with a pork chop while riding a bicycle.

The point of it was to just be wacky, but the reason I found it funny was that it made a great commentary on Teen dramas and Teen movies. Take for example Ten Things I Hate About You. It's a movie about taking a smart girl and turning her into a tool that only cares about what people think. (although the movie was SUPPOSED to be about turning a rough trouble maker into a clean class act. It did that but it's a teen drama. Of course it sucked and missed the mark by miles) I digress. Napoleon Dynamite took that entire plot and turned it into a sub plot exposing just how shallow and stupid teen dramas are. It made an effort to make fun of nerds as well, but all in good fun.

I just plain liked it because I now have a movie to point over-dramatic teens to when they think their life is over based on the homecoming dance or missing a party. (now if we could find a way to erase The Invisible from the face of the earth then those depressed rich kids might realize that they're just spoiled brats)
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Post by: m4$73r j14u on July 20, 2009, 04:44:58 AM
Napoleon Dynamite: Then you will have enjoyed the scene where the "time machine" they ordered from the internet burns his balls....  :D

Brüno: Was OK not too funny but not too boring aswell....
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on July 20, 2009, 12:42:14 PM
how much you wanna bet i can throw a football over them mountains?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 21, 2009, 07:15:55 AM
Harry potter and the half blood prince.

6/10

I had read the book again literally an hour before I watched this, so it was fresh in my mind. I have to say that overall the film dissapointed me.. it had a lot of the right moments in, but a lot of shit and cheesy ones, and it missed out what I felt were some important parts in the book. The acting as well kind of annoyed me, whoever plays dumbledore plays him well when all he is doing is standing and talking but seriously was nothing like I had hoped it would be portrayed as in the book, and in general the actual spell casting sucks, none of them seem to put any heart into it. I mean the end seriously wtf snape just stands there and lazily says "avada kedavra" and a bit of green limps out his wand.  :???: it's a killing spell mannn. maybe im looking too much into it but I always did enjoy the HP books and felt the films just had something missing, alas away from the negatives it DID have a lot of the decent moments that made you smile and theres no doubt theres a great atmosphere created in the films, and finally, no I shan't say that, inappropriate!
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 21, 2009, 08:05:48 AM
and finally, no I shan't say that, inappropriate!

You'd bone Emily Watson?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 21, 2009, 08:37:47 AM
it's emma watson nub ;< and a few more :shifteyes:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on July 21, 2009, 08:52:55 AM
I downloaded and watched HP6 bootlegged... I like all the harry potter movies and i'm not picky with movies so it was alright. bad quality though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on July 22, 2009, 02:09:30 AM
From Hangover:

"Omg, i look like a nerdy hilly billy"

(http://www.abload.de/img/nerdyhillybillly2anv.jpg)


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Post by: FYATroll on July 22, 2009, 07:46:20 AM
Transformers 2, based on actual things a movie should be rated on (quality, acting, plot, etc...) is a 4/10. However, Megan Fox comes with a +3 value built it, so it gets a 7/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: SpawnGirl on July 22, 2009, 03:20:59 PM
The Happening very cOOL :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on July 23, 2009, 04:00:36 AM
"Drag me to hell" from the guy who made the Spiderman movies....
Enjoy the creepyness  :o
8.66/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on July 23, 2009, 06:06:28 AM
The Happening very cOOL :rockon:

No response to this. Probably the worst movie Ive seen in a cinema. At least the rating thing on my dish got it right by giving it 1 out of 4 stars.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 26, 2009, 05:23:37 AM
The Bothersome Man

Interesting film, but irksome. I am not a fan of films that leave you hanging to speculate your own ideas about what it really is/means, I like being told :P that said, the concept of the film is quite, again, interesting. a bland world where everything is perfect, no death, no pain, no emotion, no taste smell joy. Just an obsession over material posessions such as furniture and little much else, it was in french or norwegian I don't really know, was mostly paying attention to the subtitles. eitherway it was a surreal film but not a bad watch overall

7/10 for not telling me what that world was ;>
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: SpawnGirl on July 26, 2009, 03:12:11 PM
The Last House On The Left (2009)

COOL!!!!  :beer: :beer: :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 26, 2009, 03:22:31 PM
The Last House On The Left (2009)

COOL!!!!  :beer: :beer: :beer:

If that's the film I think it is, what the fuck. How on earth can anyone think a film like that is cool, that shit disgusts me.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on July 26, 2009, 07:18:15 PM
its coming from spawngirl, who previously stated she enjoyed the happening which was probably the worst movie of the year.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 26, 2009, 07:29:54 PM
Reign of Tera (starring Tera Patrick) - 11/10
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Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: SpawnGirl on July 27, 2009, 08:45:48 AM
wow the hollywood experts talking im scared...  :shifteyes:
dont make me laugh!!!
You want to appear intellectuals in the forum
Im just saying what movies I enjoyed
Thats the diference ...!!!

My favourite directors:
Coppola and Scorsese

sorry geniuses of the network!!!  :shifteyes:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 27, 2009, 10:15:07 AM
wow the hollywood experts talking im scared...  :shifteyes:
dont make me laugh!!!
You want to appear intellectuals in the forum
Im just saying what movies I enjoyed
Thats the diference ...!!!

Eh, it's just opinions. And a wise man once said:
"Opinions are like assholes. Everyone has one and they all stink."
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 27, 2009, 11:11:38 AM
I'm not a fan of horror films anyway so I am biased, but sorry Spawngirl I can't see what any normal human being would find appealing about a film like last house on the left, fantasy/pretend or not. I heard the original is a lot worse but the entire concept is revolting.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 27, 2009, 11:17:08 AM
I'm not a fan of horror films anyway so I am biased, but sorry Spawngirl I can't see what any normal human being would find appealing about a film like last house on the left, fantasy/pretend or not. I heard the original is a lot worse but the entire concept is revolting.

I've never seen it. But if it's any worse than the 70's film The Wicker Man with Christopher Lee, it's gotta suck muchos huevos grandes.

The Wicker Man (starring Christopher Lee - 1973): 1/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 27, 2009, 11:32:06 AM
ok it seems I was /slightly/ misinformed, the remake isnt as bad as the old one by a long shot it seems, I stand by what I said for both films though, to fuck if I want to see scenes of  tremendously sadistic violence towards females and rape. no thanks.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on July 27, 2009, 12:00:56 PM
The Last House On The Left (2009)

 :lolsign: :lolsign: :lolsign:

 :smiley_acbs:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: SpawnGirl on July 27, 2009, 12:08:48 PM
????

you play a game where pieces of brain fly in the air, and there are pools of blood with human entrails..
cries of horror and agony, machines for triturate living human beings while the Victims do blood gargles (and you can hear the sound )

You play a game where humans (with blood in the body and head) crawl asking: "kill me please"
You use grenades, railgun or rockets,  and see how the pices of bloody meat fly through the air ...
and heard the desperate cries of horror and pain...

QUAKE 2

but you are impressed by the "tremendously sadistic violence" of The Last House On The Left (2009) movie, in a QUAKE 2 Forum, in a movies thread...???

well
thats new for me
every day you learn something
 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on July 27, 2009, 12:11:14 PM
ok it seems I was /slightly/ misinformed, the remake isnt as bad as the old one by a long shot it seems

Hmm, interesting... I haven't seen either movie, but the site I typically go to first for reviews had the opposite take:

The Last House On The Left (1972) (http://movies.tvguide.com/house-left/review/103813)
Quote
An ugly, disturbing, passionately conceived cult favorite, LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT is much more complex (albeit crudely made) than its controversial reputation would suggest.
[...]
Expertly made on a tiny budget, this drive-in exploitation flick decisively transcends its genre. The extremely graphic violence is never played for thrills; indeed, Craven has said he wanted to resensitize Americans to the reality of violence in the wake of the Vietnam war. Craven--who would go on to polish his themes in the slicker THE HILLS HAVE EYES--never for a moment allows the viewer to sympathize with the killers, but he does provide a window of understanding into how seemingly senseless acts of violence occur.

vs.

The Last House On The Left (2009) (http://movies.tvguide.com/house-left/review/296868)
Quote
Krug and company are back in director Dennis Iliadis' remake of Wes Craven's seminal 1972 shocker, and the result is a glossy, engaging suspense film that jettisons much of its predecessor's sadism and subtext in favor of crowd-pleasing revenge violence. Most agree Craven's original is a flawed classic, and while Ilaidis' redo improves on the original in many ways (better acting, no bumbling cops), this Last House aims to get us cheering rather than wondering just where we went wrong as a society.
[...]
Yet despite some marked improvements over the original, at no point does this Last House even come close to working on as many levels as its notorious predecessor. Iliadis, Alleca, and Ellsworth are all competent craftsmen, they're just more interested in keeping us on the edge of our seats than thinking about the deeper issues that drive the action.
[...]
Decades from now, film textbooks will still be pondering the undeniable stopping power and disturbing subtext of the original Last House on the Left. The new Last House, on the other hand, will get little more than a passing mention in the chapter dedicated to the creatively devoid remake trend and the reasons we tend to seek comfort in the familiar rather than encouraging our best artists to break new ground like Craven did at the onset of his career.


Heh... anyway...

:dohdohdoh:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 27, 2009, 12:14:05 PM
scenes of  tremendously sadistic violence towards females and rape.

Sounds utterly enthralling. I wasn't all that intrigued before, but how can I resist sadistic violence and rape. YES PLEASE!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on July 27, 2009, 12:45:09 PM
Just saw Waltz With Bashir (2008) (http://movies.tvguide.com/waltz-bashir/review/296558).

(http://www.filmdetail.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/waltz-with-bashir.jpg)

(http://www.grouchoreviews.com/content/films/3300/3.jpg)

(http://thoughtsonfilms.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/bashir1.jpg)

(http://www.filmmakermagazine.com/blog/uploaded_images/waltz_with_bashir-blue-794824.jpg)

An animated film centering on the events of the first Isreali / Lebanon war, and the Sabra and Shatila massacre.

Based on the filmmaker's personal recollection as a soldier in the war, combined with interviews with other surviving soldiers and a journalist.

I thought it was done well, thought-provoking rather than sensationalistic.  Talented animators, too (they said no rotoscoping was used.)


Regards,

quadz



Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on July 27, 2009, 12:50:10 PM
I saw that Watchmen movie the other day.

Had to watch it in parts, 3 hours is too long for a movie.

Typical comicbook movie really. Although I've never heard of that dr manhattan character before the movie, pretty sick concept for a super hero.
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Post by: [BTF]Sigma on July 27, 2009, 05:48:41 PM
I saw that Watchmen movie the other day.

Had to watch it in parts, 3 hours is too long for a movie.

Typical comicbook movie really. Although I've never heard of that dr manhattan character before the movie, pretty sick concept for a super hero.

Thought the movie was pretty damn good.

***SPOILER!!!!***
\/\/\/ It's in small text so nobody reads it


Fave part was when Rorschach douses that prison thug in the face with the contents of a deep fryer. While the guards are subduing him he shouts, "I'm not in here with you. YOU'RE IN HERE WITH ME!!" to the other inmates who want him dead. That shit was Badass+1.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on August 01, 2009, 07:28:46 AM
Aye just watched Watchmen, I thought it was pretty good. And the redhead is so fine, malin akerman.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on August 14, 2009, 07:26:01 AM
GI JOE

8/10 Enjoyed it quite thoroughly. The weaponry and vehicles were in classical GI JOE style. Action all the way through and the characters were spot on. Can't wait to see the sequel.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on August 14, 2009, 12:14:26 PM
Is "the happening" really that bad.  Everyone keeps saying it sucks, so i'm inclined to watch it hoping it's good :)

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Post by: peewee_RotA on August 14, 2009, 02:08:11 PM
Is "the happening" really that bad.  Everyone keeps saying it sucks, so i'm inclined to watch it hoping it's good :)



My favorite quote about that movie is "The only thing that's happening is that M. Night Shyamalan's career is coming to an end"
 :lolsign:


The plot is absolute trash and the acting is nothing to talk about. But as for disturbing horror sequences, it's not so bad. Just imagine a different plot the whole time. Or pretend that there are zombies. Actually one good solution is to fast forward until you see someone die and then rewatch that scene solely for the purpose of watching that person die.



Oh and the ending, avoid the ending like the plague. It rivals the Myst for least relevant and worst written ending in the history of the entire world.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: SpawnGirl on August 14, 2009, 08:06:54 PM
Bedtime stories with adam sandler  :beer: :beer:
Cool
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on August 16, 2009, 02:59:51 AM
Schindler's List.

Wow. I had no idea what this movie was about until my wife told me to go get it and watch it.

Such a downer. But in an emotional way. Extremely well done movie wise. The end how it seemed Schindler turned his lust towards money and women to saving Jews. When he broke down at the end and was assessing what he could have sold to get one or two more lives out of the way and safe was really powerful. Liam Neeson delivered on this. I enjoyed seeing his character coerce the Commandant (Feines) that mercy and pardon was a sign of power was really poignant.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 16, 2009, 11:52:05 AM
Schindler's List.

Wow. I had no idea what this movie was about until my wife told me to go get it and watch it.

Such a downer. But in an emotional way. Extremely well done movie wise. The end how it seemed Schindler turned his lust towards money and women to saving Jews. When he broke down at the end and was assessing what he could have sold to get one or two more lives out of the way and safe was really powerful. Liam Neeson delivered on this. I enjoyed seeing his character coerce the Commandant (Feines) that mercy and pardon was a sign of power was really poignant.

Yeah, definitely one of the best movies ever made. I wasn't too keen on the usage of black and white until later in the movie when the little girl in the red dress came into it. A brilliant way to replicate the era as well as add vital emphasis to certain parts of the story. I don't think most people really think about it like this, but with the subject of the Holocaust, it would be extremely hard to make a movie based on that anyway. The truth is that there were very very few survivors. When the Allies began pushing closer and closer to Nazi Germany and approaching each one of the camps, Nazi troops simply liquidated them all and fell back a day ahead of the incoming assault in hopes of reinforcing the already weakened and battered defensive lines. Obviously it would not be a very good movie without some degree of a happy ending. This story was one of the ONLY good outcomes of the Holocaust. Some of them died even AFTER the camps were liberated. They had to keep them all inside the camps until doctors could arrive and check everyone. They couldn't immediately feed them after such a long period of extreme malnutrition because it could have killed them. How bad would that have to suck? "Yay! I'm saved! Now I'm dead anyway. Fuck."
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on August 25, 2009, 03:28:24 PM
District 9

9/10

Very good movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 25, 2009, 09:18:23 PM
Inglorious Basterds.

Little slow for a long movie, but enjoyed it.

Brad Pitt is stellar.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on August 26, 2009, 12:41:06 PM
hmmm, I had high hopes for inglorious bastards

 :(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 26, 2009, 02:19:35 PM
It's a Quentin Tarantino movie. It CAN'T suck. It's scientifically impossible.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 26, 2009, 04:02:51 PM
It doesn't suck.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: jägermonsta on August 27, 2009, 07:21:39 AM
finally saw slumdog millionaire from a red box the other day...

pretty interesting flick. i would suggest it to any self loathing Americans who think the U.S. is so horrible...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: sinner on August 27, 2009, 11:14:16 AM
I saw inglorious basterds on monday, a good movie. The best performance in the movie is by far the German A**hole, excellent acting.

One thing i like about Tarantino is that he took real french actors for french. Since im french, it is horrible to listen to a "supposed french" from France that has an english accent (an american actor). He likes authenticity, and doesnt take himself too seriously, thats what i like about his movies. The conversations are always entertaining and its worth your money!

Its very bloody in some scenes, but not enough to look away from the screen.

 :beer:
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Post by: playboy on August 27, 2009, 11:32:51 AM
Q.T. is a genius when it comes to entertainment. His guest directing of C.S.I blew away all the other shows.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 27, 2009, 11:33:16 AM
I saw inglorious basterds on monday, a good movie. The best performance in the movie is by far the German A**hole, excellent acting.

One thing i like about Tarantino is that he took real french actors for french. Since im french, it is horrible to listen to a "supposed french" from France that has an english accent (an american actor). He likes authenticity, and doesnt take himself too seriously, thats what i like about his movies. The conversations are always entertaining and its worth your money!

Its very bloody in some scenes, but not enough to look away from the screen.

 :beer:

 :yessign: Someone who gets it. Some of the best and most memorable dialog in movie history.

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/pulpfiction.jpg)
 :rockon:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 27, 2009, 11:58:46 AM
In The Bedroom - 9/10

I took my girlfriend to see this movie in the theater when it first came out. I couldn't remember anything about it other than the fact that I did pay to go see it. In those days, I was shitfaced drunk 90% of the time. We went to the movies probably 3 times a week and I probably saw most movies that were ever in theaters from 2000 to 2002... but I can't remember a thing about most of them. :beer:

Wow. Definitely not anything about what the title might imply. Quite depressing. Not an uplifting or happy movie whatsoever. But still pretty interesting. Somewhat of a tear-jerker, really. It's about a family from Massachusetts who has a college age son that gets involved with a woman a little older than him. She has 2 kids and jealous ex-husband. The ex-husband ends up going to her house and trashing the place and then leaving. When the college kid gets there, the ex-husband comes back and tries to get in again. He ends up breaking in through the back door when he won't let him inside and then shoots the college kid in the head, killing him. Then it goes on to detail how they all deal with his death. The jealous ex-husband gets out on bail and is probably only going to be charged with manslaughter and do 5 years, which pisses off the college kids family. The father uses a fake name to get a plane ticket, abducts the ex-husband and leaves the ticket stub in his house to make the law think he jumped bail, and takes him out and shoots him and buries him in the woods. Then,... the movie just kinda ends in a strange place. It feels pretty unfinished and unfulfilling. Pretty good acting though. And it's got Marisa Tomei, she's fuckin' hawt. I still thought it was pretty good though, definitely a break from the ordinary format that most movies follow. As depressing and strange as the movie is, it's pretty refreshing to watch a movie that doesn't go in the direction you'd always expect it to take.

One scene in particular that was pretty strange... the kids mother, played by Sissy Spacek, is thumbing through the mail one day after he dies and finds a letter to him from the Publishers Clearinghouse Sweepstakes saying that he is eligible to win the grand prize. She starts laughing hysterically, no tears at all, as if to say, "Jesus Christ, they even send this bullshit to DEAD people!"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on August 27, 2009, 12:49:56 PM
Tarantino owns

 :please:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on August 27, 2009, 04:54:42 PM
(http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00393/Bo_Selecta_393889a.jpg)

 :bomb:

C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on August 28, 2009, 06:09:42 PM
you know craig david pwned this thread.

anyway, shanghai knights 9/10 very funny and the asian girl is really hot, and jackie chan has hilarious manboobs.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on August 30, 2009, 08:37:40 AM
Inglourious Basterds - 8/10, decent film but a little long winded for me.

Dance Flick - 5/10, figured id enjoy this slapstick comedy but it turned out to be pretty shit.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 30, 2009, 09:34:06 AM
Cold Souls (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/cold_souls/)

(http://www.wildaboutmovies.com/images_7/ColdSouls.jpg)

(http://images.starpulse.com/Photos/Previews/Cold-Souls-movie-04.jpg)

Enjoyed it, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend it... I tend to agree with some of the more negative reviews ("...glacially paced collection of missed opportunities.")


:miffed:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 30, 2009, 01:00:26 PM
The Devil's Tomb 8/10

Very good for a generic horror film. 8/10 for showing Cuba Gooding Jr. holding a big machinegun on the front cover.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on August 31, 2009, 07:42:58 PM
District 9

9/10

Very good movie.

Its popcorn cinema-not more. The story is not exactly epic dude....6/11 max.!
So what movie ARE realy great?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 01, 2009, 04:25:55 AM
City of Ember 10/10

Great example of good story telling. This is a kids movie though so keep that in mind if you watch it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on September 01, 2009, 07:59:56 AM
City of Ember 10/10

Great example of good story telling. This is a kids movie though so keep that in mind if you watch it.

Saw it...puked...finished seeing it...faded out.....awoke in a pool of shit.....had to puke again.......
-1/11 this movie causes serious brain issues. I almost got choked out by a popcorn.....the spasms started after 2 minutes into the film....and the cast is....awefull 2

 ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 01, 2009, 11:28:40 AM
Watched District 9, thought it was a good movie on the whole. I love vikus's accent/way he refers to the prawns in the later parts, the excessive swearing is hilarious! LEAVE THAT FUCKING PRAWN ALONE! lolol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on September 01, 2009, 12:46:41 PM
Silent Night Deadly Night 2. It's a terrible movie, but I watched it for this scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7gIpuIVE3k

Which ended up being a waste of time, since it was pretty random even if you watch the whole movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on September 01, 2009, 02:01:48 PM
I'll give Inglorious Bastards a 7/10.  It would of been better if it was less drawn out with more action.  And Brad Pitt was fun to watch.

 :bravo:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 01, 2009, 04:23:27 PM
Tomb Raider - Cradle of Life

cant believe I hadnt seen this yet, tbh they need to find a new Lara Croft though cause angelina jolies lips completely distract you from whats going on lol.

8/10 was good.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on September 01, 2009, 05:30:55 PM
Tomb Raider - Cradle of Life

cant believe I hadnt seen this yet, tbh they need to find a new Lara Croft though cause angelina jolies lips completely distract you from whats going on lol.

8/10 was good.

The ending of that movie was suspiciously The Mummy 2-esque but I did really enjoy it.

In fact pwcaves2.bsp is based on one of the opening scenes from that movie.  :afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on September 02, 2009, 08:48:25 AM
Got me the third season of Heroes. Damn i wonder how i could have watched the first two season 2 years ago. Because this is apart from a few sparks totaly boring. I hoped from episode 2,3,5,6,7,10 and its has 25 of them. Boring indeed
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 02, 2009, 06:56:01 PM
The Watchmen 0/10

Absolute trash. The summary on the netflix dvd sleeve is more interesting than the entire first half. Incoherent, uninteresting, over embellished, and there is no physical way to feel empathy or sympathy for any character in the entire film. There are 2 types of movies in the world. Those that I watch the whole way through, and those with needless and gratuitous rape scenes. Somebody call me when this movie decides what genre it would like to be in.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on September 02, 2009, 07:02:55 PM
anyone seen GI joe? they say it sucks. :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on September 03, 2009, 07:40:42 AM
G.I. Joe big cast, big budget, tiny story,ok action. They only wanted to make money with this hyped film i guess. 6.5/10  :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 03, 2009, 11:47:41 AM
G.I. Joe: 1/10
Halloween II: 2/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 03, 2009, 10:28:50 PM
Halloween II: 2/10

I saw the first one on TV the other night. I thought House of 1000 Corpses and Devils Rejects were both great, mostly because of Sid Haig/Captain Spaulding. But the Halloween remake was just really shitty. Rob Zombie has always prided himself on being individualistic, but that piece of shit movie seemed to be nothing more than a copy of the most campy parts of every slasher movie ever made. Every time someone gets killed, they're naked and just got done fucking... a la Friday the 13th. :sarcastic: And the scene where he chases her down into the basement... some of the worst cinematography ever. The lighting is so damned dark, you can't see jack shit. It's just 5 minutes of black blurs. And the second one couldn't possibly be any better, only worse. We're living in some pretty sad times when even a guy like Rob Zombie can't make a horror movie that's worth a shit even when someone else has already written the damn script FOR him.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 04, 2009, 12:35:21 AM
Extract 0/10.

AWFUL movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 04, 2009, 12:35:53 AM
And yes, I did enjoy house of 1000 corpses...devils rejects wasn't as good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 04, 2009, 03:52:21 AM
Halloween II: 2/10

I saw the first one on TV the other night. I thought House of 1000 Corpses and Devils Rejects were both great, mostly because of Sid Haig/Captain Spaulding. But the Halloween remake was just really shitty. Rob Zombie has always prided himself on being individualistic, but that piece of shit movie seemed to be nothing more than a copy of the most campy parts of every slasher movie ever made. Every time someone gets killed, they're naked and just got done fucking... a la Friday the 13th. :sarcastic: And the scene where he chases her down into the basement... some of the worst cinematography ever. The lighting is so damned dark, you can't see jack shit. It's just 5 minutes of black blurs. And the second one couldn't possibly be any better, only worse. We're living in some pretty sad times when even a guy like Rob Zombie can't make a horror movie that's worth a shit even when someone else has already written the damn script FOR him.

Agreed.

I was sad to see that they dropped the supernatural element from house of 1000 corpses for the Devil's Rejects but I LOVE the story of how screwed up and disfunctional that the "family" was. Plus the sound track was perfect, which you don't see a lot.

As for the halloween remakes.... total crap.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 04, 2009, 04:34:08 AM
I was sad to see that they dropped the supernatural element from house of 1000 corpses for the Devil's Rejects but I LOVE the story of how screwed up and disfunctional that the "family" was. Plus the sound track was perfect, which you don't see a lot.

Definitely. I know if I'm gonna go out in a hail of bullets in an old drop top, I wanna have Freebird blasting on the radio. :bananaw00t:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 04, 2009, 09:09:53 AM
haha, they played freebird when he had the cop on his knees, right?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 05, 2009, 06:09:01 AM
It's been a while since I saw it, but I was thinking Freebird was playing as they went charging towards the police roadblock at the end of the movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 05, 2009, 06:56:52 AM
hmm, oh wellz
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 05, 2009, 07:31:52 AM
I don't remember the particular scene you're referring to.

I also liked the Allman Brothers Midnight Rider at the opening credits when he stabs that lady to death after she gets out of the car. Southern rock is teh win.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 05, 2009, 07:48:34 AM
THe part I'm referring to is when the cop comes to the house and finds a bunch of cheerleaders in the shed. As he comes out into the yard, i forget what happens but the main character(blonde long hair guy, forgot his name) gets him on his knees while pointing a gun to his head. Its like a 1 minute long scene of him just standing there pointing the gun at him as its slowly zooming out before he actually shoots him. It was either freebird playing or comepletely silent with no music. Dont remember, that shit was a long time ago.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 05, 2009, 08:31:17 AM
Pitch Black

7/10, was good but I didnt like some of the characters
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on September 05, 2009, 11:46:45 AM
It's been a while since I saw it, but I was thinking Freebird was playing as they went charging towards the police roadblock at the end of the movie.

you-are-correct-sir! 

:smiley_absh:
:violent3: :violent: :uzi2: :uzi: :drive2:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 05, 2009, 12:59:48 PM
THe part I'm referring to is when the cop comes to the house and finds a bunch of cheerleaders in the shed. As he comes out into the yard, i forget what happens but the main character(blonde long hair guy, forgot his name) gets him on his knees while pointing a gun to his head. Its like a 1 minute long scene of him just standing there pointing the gun at him as its slowly zooming out before he actually shoots him. It was either freebird playing or comepletely silent with no music. Dont remember, that shit was a long time ago.

Just saw Devil's Rejects a few days ago. You're talking about house of 1000 corps. I haven't seen that for quite some time, but I'm pretty sure that that movie did not use classic rock. Devil's Rejects is about the brother of that cop avenging his death. There is a scene where the cop from Devil's Rejects is killed, but it is right before the Hail of bullets/road block scene and I'm pretty sure he was standing up.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 05, 2009, 03:20:10 PM
yeah, im talking about house of 1000 corpses then
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 05, 2009, 06:15:13 PM
Obsessed 0/10

Plot was paper thin. Horrible movie. Plus it's entire existence is an excuse to prove that black women can beat up white women when "she touches her man! *snap* *snap*". I'm sure it will win some award because it's racism that hollywood agrees with.
 :ohlord:
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Post by: [BTF]adam on September 10, 2009, 07:12:06 PM
Against the ropes - 10/10

loved this film, a big fan of underdog to top dog films anyway, but omar epps is awesome and meg ryan was great in this, combined with the fact its a boxing film makes for a perfect 2 hours of watching. :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Yendor on September 11, 2009, 08:42:57 AM
Just saw 'District 9' last week.  9/10

Very cool movie I thought.  It's what science fiction is supposed to be;  the story could have easily been a short by Asimov himself (referencing Asimov's 'Pebble in the Sky' which I just read).   Vaguely reminiscent of 'Enemy Mine' which is one of the best science fiction movies of all time.

Peter Jackson grew up in SA, and this story has been a pet project of his since his early days in film school.  Great commentary on humanity, and a very personal story, the kind that almost never gets made in Hollywood these days, especially in sci-fi.  The movie delivers on action, effects, story and theme.  It fails with a few plot contrivances, but I extended poetic license to Jackson on this one (a la Star-Trek).  Definitely worth a viewing.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on September 11, 2009, 08:54:08 AM
The first Rob Zombie Haloween remake was pretty good..it had a realstic feel, and if you like that it's probably 7/10.

I prefer horror flicks like "the shining" and "hostel", all the Steven King movies are really good imo.  I wish there was more horror movies like that, and less blood and guts, not that hostel didn't have blood and guts. 

The new Jason sucked.

 :oops:

Time to grab some audio books to take a long ride to a funeral

 :forceac:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 11, 2009, 10:30:49 AM
Summer of Sam 1/10

"A Spike Lee joint"

Spike Lee can shove this joint up his asshole. Horrible. Great performance from the actors, but a positively shitty story. I would've rated it a 0/10, but smokin' hot Mira Sorvino and Jennifer Esposito starring in the film gave it a slight degree of watchability. Spike Lee is just a completely overrated director as far as I'm concerned. Dead Presidents was a decent movie, but everything else he's ever done has been pure shit.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 12, 2009, 05:12:35 PM
Shit the bed, plethora of awesome films on TV lately.

Take the lead - 8/10, antonio banderos is excellent and it was an amusing, smile-worthy film just a little cliché on the whole dance movie underdawgs thing.

Sin City - 10/10. I didn't think id enjoy this but loved it from start to finish, fantastic film and very different from your average movie. The way the movie was made is wicked, highlighting only the important parts with color.. great stuff.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 12, 2009, 05:25:54 PM
Sin City - 10/10. I didn't think id enjoy this but loved it from start to finish, fantastic film and very different from your average movie. The way the movie was made is wicked, highlighting only the important parts with color.. great stuff.

Hell yeah. I wasn't too terribly enamored with Frank Miller's graphic novel, it was okay, but this movie was the PERFECT screen adaptation to really make the whole story pop.

Another graphic novel I wish they'd bring to the screen is the old Grendel: War Child story from Matt Wagner. Famed artist Simon Bizley did some awesome cover artwork for the first 3 or 4 issues of the 10 part series.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 13, 2009, 06:19:00 AM
Last House on the Left (remake) 6.5/10 - It was fun to see the good guys beat up the badguys, but they didn't do the whole torturing thing enough to bring home the point of the film. It ended up just ending like a generic thriller with 2 people fighting in a house using available blunt objects as weapons. The rape scene was also COMPLETELY unnecessary. As if they were trying way too hard to make you hate the badguys.

Passangers 7/10 - Interesting but billed as a conspiracy thriller. Had ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with that genre. Once you get over that, it was a pretty good "light hearted drama" movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on September 13, 2009, 09:55:33 AM
Frequently.Asked.Questions.About.Time.Travel 10/10 (2009)

Want sifi with a plot and no crapy holywood crap? Brilliant.

 :bananaw00t:

(http://www.abload.de/img/blablubb5ude.jpg)

Comedic Sunday: Year One, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel, Simpson The Movie, Team America, The Killer Hand  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 13, 2009, 12:52:24 PM
Greet Street Hooligans

not bad even for an elijah wood movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m0n0LiTh0 on September 13, 2009, 01:12:11 PM
Greet Street Hooligans

not bad even for an elijah wood movie.

Is teh Green Street Holligans.... imho _ decent

http://www.moviefone.com/movie/green-street-hooligans/22365/video/green-street-hooligans-trailer-no-1/1374326


P.S.

Don't you pay for White teeth.. :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on September 13, 2009, 01:37:06 PM
it was a typo, meant to say green
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]RottenRose on September 13, 2009, 06:38:37 PM
Across the Universe.  :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 14, 2009, 05:04:22 AM
Mutant Chronicles 4/10

HOW ON EARTH TO YOU SCREW UP A MOVIE THAT CONTAINS THE LINE "You can only kill them with an entire clip of a small arms machinegun, explosives, and swords." I'm not sure how but they did it. They freaking did it.  :ohlord:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: decino on September 15, 2009, 05:40:06 AM
The Final Destination (3D):

Just like all the Final Destination movies. The "violent" parts were pretty poor...looked very crappy and cheesy. Had some surprising elements and they were overusing the 3D effects. (Yeah, watched it with 3D glasses).

5/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 15, 2009, 07:23:53 AM
Road House - 10/10

Hell yeah. Patrick Swayze was the man. And Sam Elliot is the other man. The only way this movie could've been more manly is if it also had Clint Eastwood.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on September 16, 2009, 03:00:04 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kcprUAq6YQ
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: RRBM [NL] on September 16, 2009, 03:50:12 AM
Aliens vs Predator: Requiem 8/10
Bulletproof Monk 9/10
Fast & Furious (2009) 7/10
Jackie Brown 6/10
Quantum of Solace 3/10
Starship Troopers 3 2/10
The Death and Life of Bobby Z 8/10
Terminator Salvation 8/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 16, 2009, 04:55:10 AM
No Country For Old Men 8/10

I seem to remember this one winning shitloads of awards at the Oscars, more than any other film that year. Must have been a slow year for Hollywood, I thought it was pretty good but nothing particularly moving or special.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 18, 2009, 05:53:59 AM
Dead Girl  ?/10

It is the single most F#^%ed up movie that I have ever seen. As far as I can tell the plot is about keeping a female vampire chained up in a basement and raping her. Which is extremely terrible at first. Then you realize she's an evil creature that eats humans and you don't feel quite so bad. After that is all established, it turns into a dark comedy based on traditional highschool dramas.

So it's a horrible and unforgivable topic, but it's actually very well made and has good character development. So it's really hard to just write off as a terrible movie. So I have no idea whether I hated it or enjoyed it. Despite the fact that the beginning is as horrible as it gets for subject matter, I did finish watching it. I guess my conclusions is that I REALLY don't recommend that anyone ever watch this movie, but it is not a comment on whether it is a good movie. Just a comment on the fact that it is inappropriate for everybody.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 18, 2009, 06:06:21 AM
Starship Troopers 3 2/10

The first one was pretty horrible. The second one was horrible, cheap, and pointless. I imagine the third one should come with a warning label concerning it's ability to induce suicidal thoughts. I'm assuming the only reason you didn't rate it a 0/10 was because of a nude scene, the only possible way I can think of to make it slightly sufferable.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 18, 2009, 09:11:19 AM
Starship Troopers 3 2/10

The first one was pretty horrible. The second one was horrible, cheap, and pointless. I imagine the third one should come with a warning label concerning it's ability to induce suicidal thoughts. I'm assuming the only reason you didn't rate it a 0/10 was because of a nude scene, the only possible way I can think of to make it slightly sufferable.

I actually don't think that the 3rd one had a nude scene. The second one was absolute trash. It was worse than the average Stephen Baldwin Shark Vs. [noun] movie. The 3rd one amounted to a decent "sci-fi channel original" style of movie. Although if you don't like made for TV sci-fi then you'll obviously hate it.

I always liked the first star ship troopers. Reminds me of Quake 2. Here's a machinegun, here's a shotgun, here's some aliens. Go kill them. (no other plot needeD)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: decino on September 18, 2009, 11:13:03 AM
No Country For Old Men 8/10

I seem to remember this one winning shitloads of awards at the Oscars, more than any other film that year. Must have been a slow year for Hollywood, I thought it was pretty good but nothing particularly moving or special.
I don't know, I really liked this movie. Ending was weird too.  :sarcastic:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: m4$73r j14u on September 18, 2009, 11:16:18 AM
Country for old men 9/10 (6/10 on replay)

Starship Troopers 1 9,5/10 I really liked it everytime i watched it. The second part sucked. And i cant remeber watching the third part. Give it to me baby uhm-hm uhm-hm
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 20, 2009, 03:07:55 AM
Last House On The Left - 8/10

Since everyone seemed to have such a horrible opinion of Last House On The Left, I decided to watch it. Usually things that churn other peoples stomachs tends have little, no, or the complete opposite effect on me. Everyone mentioned how the rape scene was just soooooo horrible. It really had no effect on me at all. I didn't think it was all that graphic or out of place. I thought the other chick getting stabbed beforehand was a little more gruesome, actually. Not bloody enough to really be realistic and horrible like they were going for, but realistic enough. Even though Wes Craven's name is all over this film and he's traditionally known for horror, I'd actually call this more of a suspense movie. And it's pretty good at it too.

Deadgirl - 9/10

Peewee convinced me to watch this one solely on his review of it. Yeah, it was a pretty fucked up movie, but definitely not the most fucked up movie I've ever seen. I agree, it did have some great character development, but with the exclusion of the totally cliche jock boyfriend that gets his dick bit off by the vampire girl. Yes, it's true. After all, if you're going to go far enough to make a movie about raping a zombie/vampire chick chained to a gurney, you might as well have her bite off some dudes cock at some point. And like any scientist will tell you, if you get bit by a zombie, of course you become one. The jock ends up getting infected and shitting out his intestines all over the bathroom wall the next day at school. I LOVED THAT PART. As weird and somewhat cheesy as I thought the movie was, I still loved it. Thanks for recommending this one, Peester! :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on September 20, 2009, 03:55:43 AM

Iron Maiden: Flight 666

I DVR'd this, figuring I'd probably just watch a few minutes of it to see what the band was up to these days, and then fast forward through the rest.  I didn't expect it to actually grab my interest.

I was a fan of Maiden in high school, but the more I became interested in subtlety and emotional content in poetry, the more cartoonish their songs started to seem to me and I eventually stopped listening.

But this documentary was a lot of fun.

The fact that they were able to cram all their gear for the tour including the stage props, and the crew, and the band, into a modified 757 -- which was then piloted all over the planet by Bruce Dickinson was just too badass.

Plus they all seem like totally nice guys who are enjoying what they do, and who appreciate the fans.  Really a class act.

Now I've got to dig up some of the older CDs like Piece of Mind, as I want to hear some of those tunes again...


:thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 20, 2009, 04:16:13 AM
Last House On The Left - 8/10

This movie kept reminding me of a Masters of Horror episode staring George Wendt. Basically he kills a bunch of people and keeps their skeletons to pretend that they are his own family. His new neighbors seem really nice until the end when he finds out that he was the one that killed their daughter and they turn psychopathic and torture him to death.

It seems to me that that was more of how Last House on the Left was suppose to happen. Yeah it ended in a decent suspense thriller, but I just have this creeping suspicion that the intention of the film was supposed to be a normal family turning "evil" under extreme circumstances. Last House on the Left didn't convey that message properly.


As for dead girl, it's like this extremely f-ed up version of My Boyfriends Back. But not a *bad* movie. Just a horribly disturbing movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 20, 2009, 06:26:41 AM
The fact that they were able to cram all their gear for the tour including the stage props, and the crew, and the band, into a modified 757 -- which was then piloted all over the planet by Bruce Dickinson was just too badass.

Yeah, I heard about that through the Yahoo featured news maybe a year ago. I was kinda surprised to find out that Bruce Dickinson had a commercial pilots license. If I'm remembering the story correctly, he was actually an airline pilot for some big name company before that tour.

I never really listened to very much Iron Maiden back when I was in high school. The only albums I ever had were Powerslave and Live After Death. I recently downloaded the first 5 or 6 Iron Maiden albums (up to Live After Death). I was really surprised to hear how their first album sounded. It was pure crap in my opinion, mostly because of the vocalist they had. They made a very wise decision getting rid of that guy. It's interesting to hear the overall style of that first album too. It really didn't have a style at all, it seemed to draw on several different influences. You can really tell that it wasn't until Bruce Dickinson joined the band that they found their trademark formula for how they sound, especially the galloping rhythm and harmonized guitars.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 24, 2009, 10:33:42 AM
Not a film as such but started watching the TV series Eureka, loving it.

oh and house+fringe restarted, godly series.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: QwazyWabbit on September 24, 2009, 01:36:34 PM
Premier show and first season of Eureka was really good. I missed most of the second season but when I did see a show it didn't seem as good as the first season but it still has appeal. I loved the house, I need a house that anticipates my needs.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 24, 2009, 01:39:37 PM
heh shit then you need to watch the third season. I didnt bother watching s1+2 cause I didnt think id like it, im only up to episode 10 in season 3 but shit just flipped with S.A.R.A.H  :erhmmm:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 24, 2009, 07:39:12 PM
heh shit then you need to watch the third season. I didnt bother watching s1+2 cause I didnt think id like it, im only up to episode 10 in season 3 but shit just flipped with S.A.R.A.H  :erhmmm:

I did not watch seasons 1 or 2. If I would have, then I would have given up on the show. I started with season 3 and have been trying to keep up since. It's a staple show to watch every week at my house. House is another. Fringe was for the first few episodes. We missed 2 and are unable to start watching without seeing those 2. We tried once and NOTHING made sense. It's an unbelievably great series. It's just serial enough that it can be ruined that way.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 25, 2009, 05:00:49 AM
Southland Tales =  -2/10

This is quite possibly the worst movie ever made that does not star Jim Carrey. I assume it cost several dumptrucks full of money to make from the cast. Dwayne Johnson (aka "The Rock"), Sean William Scott, the creepy midget lady from that one Poltergeist movie, the "that's inconceivable!" guy from The Princess Bride, Cheri Oteri, Sarah Michelle Gellar, the guy that played Boogar in the Nerds movies, Nora Dunn (old SNL ho), Christopher Lambert, John Laroquette, John Lovitz, Mandy Moore, Justin Timberlake, Amy Poehler, Will Sasso, Kevin Smith, and several others I won't bother naming, big fuckin' deal. That's a LOT of trailers for people. That's a lot of makeup and costumes and catering. How can someone possibly justify spending this much money on such a horrible movie when there are starving black kids in Africa with flies all over them?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on September 28, 2009, 09:41:24 PM
(http://foolishblatherings.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/man_on_wire_ver2.jpg)

(http://crazymonk.org/images/man_on_wire.png)

Man on Wire (http://movies.tvguide.com/man-wire/review/294666)

Excellent documentary about Philippe Petit's highly illegal 1974 high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of New York's World Trade Center.


:thumbsup:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 29, 2009, 06:12:31 AM
My Name is Bruce 10/10
Cheesy as all hell but I'd be embarrassed to give anything containing bruce campbell less than a 9.

Alien Apocalypse 3/10
O.k. i take back my last statement. It was a crappy version of the postman with aliens.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on October 08, 2009, 05:16:05 AM
1408 - 10/10

A clock radio blaring The Carpenters is some scary shit. I guess this was technically a "thriller", although I would much rather shoehorn it into the "horror" category simply because it's one of the only truly scary movies I've seen in a LONG time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on October 08, 2009, 07:28:12 AM
anyone saw district 9?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on October 08, 2009, 09:16:33 AM
garbage.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on October 14, 2009, 04:59:01 PM
Blow Dry (2001)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0212380/

I LOVED this film it's one of my favourites now, it's a little girly really cause the theme is hairdressing but it truly was a fantastic watch and a perfect blend of being funny, touching and satisfying to watch at once. plus alan rickman ftw.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on October 21, 2009, 12:02:16 AM
I actually saw that today. The only funny part was watching Josh Hartnett trying (failing) to use an english accent.

Beyond The Gates - 10/10

Based on a true story about a catholic priest who runs a school in Rowanda when the Hutu stage a coup. The Hutu took to the streets in roving militias with machetes and other crude tools in an attempt to massacre every last Tutsi in Rowanda. The UN peacekeepers assigned to the area never did jack shit to stop it. They allowed the genocide to take place right under their noses because they were too chickenshit to get too deeply involved in a conflict in that poor of a region. Starring John Hurt, and a great performance by him as always.

Day of the Dead - 4/10

I like zombie movies, but this one was just crap. Mena Suvari in the lead role? Noooooooooo. Nick Cannon in ANY role? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOoo!!! One should elect to slam his nuts in the silverware drawer instead of watching this, for it would be far less of an infliction of pain upon thyself. Amen.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 21, 2009, 05:42:01 AM
Day of the Dead - 4/10

I like zombie movies, but this one was just crap. Mena Suvari in the lead role? Noooooooooo. Nick Cannon in ANY role? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOoo!!! One should elect to slam his nuts in the silverware drawer instead of watching this, for it would be far less of an infliction of pain upon thyself. Amen.

I enjoyed it, it was a pretty fun mindless zombie shooting experience. Not as good as the original, but the original was about teaching a zombie to shoot a pistol. So putting your expectations high for an non-faithful remake is a little silly.

Day of the Dead 2: Contagium, the unofficial sequel to day of the dead is pretty interesting. Low budget and rather cheesy, it does in true sci-fi fashion try to explain the original "satellite falling from space" storyline from the original Night of the Living Dead. You'll hate it but low budget zombie movie/sci-fi fans should be in for a treat.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on October 21, 2009, 09:31:15 AM
Space Odyssey 2001. Bluray 1080p.

It's was over a decade since I had seen this and when I found it at the rental store I coveted it like Smeagol did the ring. "My Precious"

From the intro to man to HAL9000 and past what I can only guess is the evolution of Dave to a 4th dimensional being this was an amazing experience to watch again. The story is pure sci-fi, with Arthur C Clark(I think) cowriting the screenplay.

The scenes are amazing with some really cool camera tricks.

It's a must watch. 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 07, 2009, 12:35:11 AM
A Serious Man

http://movies.tvguide.com/man/review/298871


I really enjoyed this movie - including the ending.



...However, I'm having trouble imagining who else who posts on these forums might like this movie.  So I'm not necessarily recommending it to you.


;) :dohdohdoh:


(http://www.switchbladecomb.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/a-serious-man-poster.jpg)

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 07, 2009, 03:02:27 AM
I Love You Beth Cooper 7/10

I HATE coming of age stories. I HATE teen sex romps. I HATE college movies. This was a decent comedy that only flirted with each idea and parodied coming of age stories well without breaking the 4th wall. I could have just been pretty tired, but I LMAO'ed. It was basically a slapstick comedy based around a nerd who "steals" a muscle bound ROTC member's girlfriend.

Basically if your woman forces you to watch a "chick flick" or "rom com", suggest this one instead. You should both be in for a treat.


http://movies.tvguide.com/man/review/298871

This movie review sets up the base story and comments about him seeking advice from Rabbi's yet never mentions the parallel with the book of Job, yet all but touts this movie's originality. It's as interesting as hearing fans of Emily Dickenson who have never read proverbs or ecclesiastes. Something that seems silly at first glance.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 07, 2009, 10:12:23 AM
http://movies.tvguide.com/man/review/298871
This movie review sets up the base story and comments about him seeking advice from Rabbi's yet never mentions the parallel with the book of Job, yet all but touts this movie's originality. It's as interesting as hearing fans of Emily Dickenson who have never read proverbs or ecclesiastes. Something that seems silly at first glance.

Hmm.  Some other reviews I read last night did mention Job - however I didn't find the comparison particularly compelling.

In Job, we have the story of an abjectly callous and immoral deity, who is happy to give permission for the torture of one of his most virtuous believers--allowing Job's seven sons and three daughters to be murdered, and subsequently giving permission for Job himself to be tortured--all to satisfy a wager with the devil.  And then at the end, god comes down and whines about how tough it is to be creator of the universe, telling Job a mere mortal couldn't possibly understand how difficult that is, and then god points out, besides, I'm king of the world bitch, deal with it.  Finally, Job is given a consolation prize of an extended lifetime so he can have more kids to replace the dead ones.  Thanks YHWH, you prick!

None of which has much of anything to do with A Serious Man, except in the most facile sense that a series of misfortunes befalls a man who happens to be Jewish.

Regards,

:dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 07, 2009, 10:49:52 AM
In Job, we have the story of an abjectly callous and immoral deity, who is happy to give permission for the torture of one of his most virtuous believers--allowing Job's seven sons and three daughters to be murdered, and subsequently giving permission for Job himself to be tortured--all to satisfy a wager with the devil.  And then at the end, god comes down and whines about how tough it is to be creator of the universe, telling Job a mere mortal couldn't possibly understand how difficult that is, and then god points out, besides, I'm king of the world bitch, deal with it.  Finally, Job is given a consolation prize of an extended lifetime so he can have more kids to replace the dead ones.  Thanks YHWH, you prick!

Your opinion of the story of Job not withstanding, the point I'm making is that this movie is not original, it's a modified Job plot. I've not seen the movie, only commenting that the review you posted seemed to rave about originality when the premise is in fact from a quite ancient story.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 07, 2009, 11:21:45 AM
Your opinion of the story of Job not withstanding, the point I'm making is that this movie is not original, it's a modified Job plot. I've not seen the movie, only commenting that the review you posted seemed to rave about originality when the premise is in fact from a quite ancient story.

But I have seen the movie. :P

A Serious Man is like the story of Job in much the way Metallica's Enter Sandman is like Bryan Adams' Run to You:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79brGk_AXG4

Which is to say - surface level similarites exist, but each work otherwise stands on its own.


It would be like saying Portal is an unoriginal work derived from Narbacular Drop (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narbacular_Drop). 


8)

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 07, 2009, 02:08:09 PM
In Job, we have the story of an abjectly callous and immoral deity, who is happy to give permission for the torture of one of his most virtuous believers--allowing Job's seven sons and three daughters to be murdered, and subsequently giving permission for Job himself to be tortured--all to satisfy a wager with the devil.  And then at the end, god comes down and whines about how tough it is to be creator of the universe, telling Job a mere mortal couldn't possibly understand how difficult that is, and then god points out, besides, I'm king of the world bitch, deal with it.  Finally, Job is given a consolation prize of an extended lifetime so he can have more kids to replace the dead ones.  Thanks YHWH, you prick!

Your opinion of the story of Job not withstanding, the point I'm making is that this movie is not original, it's a modified Job plot. I've not seen the movie, only commenting that the review you posted seemed to rave about originality when the premise is in fact from a quite ancient story.

Your opinions about the originality of the Holy Bible not withstanding... Ever read the Gilgamesh? :zzz:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 07, 2009, 02:10:54 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79brGk_AXG4

ps. That was damn funny. LOL3! Good one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 14, 2009, 04:19:45 AM
Which is to say - surface level similarites exist, but each work otherwise stands on its own.

It's more like saying when surface level similarities exist, it becomes stupid to claim originality.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on November 14, 2009, 06:24:10 AM
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure  :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 14, 2009, 07:05:46 AM
It's more like saying when surface level similarities exist, it becomes stupid to claim originality.

Ah.  Just like Jesus: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9KVUK0vDa4

To keep this somewhat on-topic, I recently (re-)watched the documentary movie, The God Who Wasn't There.  The above is a clip from the movie (except the few seconds at the beginning and end with the gold text and blue background, which were added by the youtube poster.)

Pretty overwhelming similarities between Jesus and previous myths.  By your logic, it is of course stupid to claim any originality pertaining to the Jesus myth.

In any case, I still claim A Serious Man was more original than Jesus.


;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Th0m@s29 on November 14, 2009, 10:04:25 AM
Honey I shrunk the kids it's a great classic and one of my favourite movies even today lol.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Theo on November 19, 2009, 11:25:58 AM
2012 7/10
Awesome special effects and some nice moments. But at certain points there were scenes in the movie that felt out of place and unnecessary.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: RRBM [NL] on November 25, 2009, 02:33:39 PM
Eagle eye (2008)

9/10

Just my kind of movie. Good story and action. And good camera work.

And im following the series named below on the Scifi and Comedy channel at the moment:
Star Trek Enterprise
The Simpsons
Family Guy
American Dad
Takeshi's Castle

And Top Gear on the BBC ofcourse.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 25, 2009, 02:41:08 PM
Star Trek (2009) 9/10

I disliked it at first but by the time Leonard Nimoy enters the picture it gets really good. It has plenty of good jokes and nostalgic references from the original series with a good set up to support the need for a remake. I still dislike how they made some of the action way too violent and over-the-top compared to any of the series, but it was only superficial and didn't affect the normal star trek style plot resolution.

So casual star trek fans should feel right at home. I can't speak for the hard core trekkies though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: QwazyWabbit on November 25, 2009, 06:34:17 PM
Speaking as a fan who has watch ST since I was 12 years old I can say the new one looks promising as a new spin on old characters but I found ST-TNG to be the best after the first several episodes once all the actors got used to being in their characters. (The first ep had Picard rather stiff in his role but Stewart loosened up nicely later on.)

The battle scenes were a bit over the top but I think they had a precident with "Generations" which was worse, IMO.

Best line: "I got your ..."              (Hopefully not a spoiler.)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 17, 2009, 06:15:36 AM
Terminator Salvation 7/10

It had decent action and an interesting amount of nostalgia but they tried to base it on a weak plot derived from a corner that they wrote themselves into. They present several main characters as potential targets who if killed would erase and invalidate the original movies. Every Terminator movie is based on a different time travel paradox, but this one was just plain not thought out. (which ended in open heart surgery in the middle of a field with no antiseptics, antibiotics, or sedation)

I like mind numbing actions movies with no plot but when you make a serious attempt at a plot and suck at it, it gets frustrating. Plus no crazy futuristic laser rifles.   :ohlord:

Still worth watching but that was my rant.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 17, 2009, 08:40:25 AM
I thought the new Star Trek with pretty good, but I have little hope for the new terminator.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on December 17, 2009, 09:13:39 AM
Hostel - unrated version  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: johnny on December 17, 2009, 03:36:34 PM
The Road.

I was stunned that it wasn't destroyed by Hollywood b.s.--they stuck pretty faithfully to the book. In fact, I can't think of anything they soft-pedalled or altered, really, though it's been a couple of years since I read it.

But there's no way that any movie could reproduce the horrific images seared into my mind by the book, so in that respect I found it wanting through no fault of its own.

I actually think people who haven't read the book might enjoy (if that's even the word for such a bleak film) it more than those who have.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 27, 2009, 05:45:18 PM
District 9  7/10

It's not They Live, it's a lot more like Alien Nation. In fact I called that about 8 months ago and probably said it here once or twice. It was good, cool, had an interesting plot and characters that you can sympathies with. The whole documentary thing was done well and the main character is humorously awkward. So there's a million things going for this movie but it falls short because of one thing. This movie is everything great about video games displayed reasonably well inside of a movie... which is then ruined by caring too much about the plot.

So seeing as the movie is based on videogame based weapons and explosions I have to compare it to the Conduit. It's a good game, the plot isn't about the same thing but there are 2 things that are similar. There are aliens and there are really cool alien weapons. It has a plot but it is negligible based on massive death, explosions, and a disintegration ray that is OH SO FREAKING FUN! So we have a pretty good movie and a pretty good game. Why am I comparing them? Because they both tried to accomplish the same goal. They both are supposed to be action packed and featuring people being blown to bits using awesome weapons; a fantasy world in which you want to be a part of. So District 9 makes me want to use the same weapons in the same world to blow people up. The Conduit lets me do that with BETTER effects. So a movie based mostly on it's special effects is beaten by a Wii game? A pretty good movie that I'd rather play a video game than watch. On the Wii no less? So you see my disapointment. It's pretty good but compared to how it was hyped it's trash. The hype was 99/10, the movie was 7/10. So I have to honestly say that the advertisements and the viral nature of the movie ruined it. I feel like those poor schlums that went to watch Twilight because they thought it was a typical vampire movie.

So District 9 is good but it is not an action movie. It's a well made sci-fi movie with some action included. Please keep that in mind when watching.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on December 28, 2009, 06:00:29 PM
The Holiday - 8/10, sucker for romcoms, jack black makes anything good. cameron diaz is fit as fuck, and winslet and the other guy were a pleasure to watch. good stuff overall!

The Dark Knight - 6/10, great action scenes I just don't really like Batman things in general, clouding my judgement a bit. plot was decent but hard to follow at times I felt.

about to watch uhmmmm whats it called, Equilibrium.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 28, 2009, 06:12:01 PM
Inglorious Basterds - 7/10

Did not enjoy. It was okay, and I know what kind of outlandish shit to expect when watching a Tarantino movie, but I don't like the fact that the writer of the screenplay basically butchered history in order to make a script. It had some great parts in it, especially the long scene in basement pub that ends in a quick shootout, but the ending felt like they just ran out of time to tell a story and just threw an ending in there to get the film finished on time.

Public Enemies - 9/10

Another awesomely done Michael Mann movie. Johnny Depp was excellent as always.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on December 28, 2009, 07:28:13 PM
about to watch uhmmmm whats it called, Equilibrium.
:rockon:

Equilibrium takes a lot of flack from haters. I can understand if you don't like it. It is long and humorless like Last Man Standing and your usual Tom Clancy film adaptation. But overall it's a great sci-fi alternative future flick with a lot of needlessly awesome sword fighting.

EDIT:
and yes his underhand katana is a real fighting style that was made flashier for the movies. If anyone here duels with boffers or other practice weapons, give it a try. There are two main theories behind it. Use your arm as a whip and in order to block you can easily brace your weapon on a free limb.

Basic blocks when right hand wielding. To block top right and left, swing sword upwards and place your left hand on the pummel, the remaining force can be absorbed by your forearm if you twist the blade. Downward blocks are difficult but very effective if pulled off. Based on your stance, bend your knee, twist the sword and brace it against your leg. One alternative block is to place your free hand near the tip of the blade and "tip" a swing away from you. Another alternative block is to use the momentum of a normal swing to deflect one aimed at you; the nature of your swing gives you a slight advantage in the way of momentum.

The last basic move is the stab. From the top right and left block you can thrust your sword forward with both hands to create a stab. The advantage is that this stab will be at your maximum range. So if your opponent is in the black zone of your swing they may still be in the red zone of your stab.  :razzberry:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on December 29, 2009, 05:41:56 AM
I actually loved it. I'm not a massive fan of Christian Bale anyway, but it didn't impact the enjoyment of the film. I liked the concept of the whole thing and found it thoroughly enjoyable. 9/10! (just cuz cbale is in it)
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Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on January 01, 2010, 10:37:46 AM
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

     7/10

Although not the best work of Terry Gilliam,its still a feast for the eyes. Heath Ledger not dying in the middle of filming wouldn't have made the narritive less confusing or unfocused. I think its a case of trying to explain a dream to someone else and since they have no clue as to your personal symbology the listeners are bound to become confused and lost in it. The effects are enchanting,but too soon snatched away from the viewer. Worth seeing on a big screen,and I wonder just how many more films of his we'll get to experience...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on January 01, 2010, 12:44:44 PM
Avatar: 7/10. Good movie but to long.  They couldn't seem like they could cut anything from the current film to make it shorter, only a rewrite could do it.  But good movie.

Sherlock Holmes: 9/10.  Same length as Avatar, but more fun to watch throughout the film.  :D
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Post by: CodeBlack on January 02, 2010, 06:53:07 AM
Drag me to hell.   7.5

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1127180/
Directed by Sam Raimi (maker of the evil dead movies)
Best Horror/Comedy i've seen in a while.


More funny than scary at most times.
Must see.

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Post by: peewee_RotA on January 08, 2010, 07:00:51 PM
Jennifer's Body 7/10

Really strange. It's a fresh take on horror films. It's not overly campy and it's not at all serious. It has a very basic plot. Basically "supernatural with rules" which ALL good supernatural horror movies follow. The main selling point is a girl/girl kissing scene between Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried (girl from that uber-chick-flick remake known as mamma mia... the bane of my existence  :purpleshock:)

It's incredibly different as far as horror goes. It's not another one of those "wish I was Juno/Napoleon Dynamite" Indy films that have been stinking up my netflix lists. "Assassination of a High School President" being the best example of the absolute CRAP that inhabits this new sub-genre. It's a lot more like "My Boyfriend's Back" and the original Buffy movie. A decent movie themed using an appropriate take on the current counter-culture.
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Post by: Fmsisstupid6 on January 11, 2010, 04:08:36 PM
This image pretty much sums up the last movie I saw
(http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/epic-fail-avatar-plot-fail.jpg)
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Post by: Er!c@ on January 11, 2010, 04:21:19 PM
Jennifer's Body 7/10

Really strange. It's a fresh take on horror films. It's not overly campy and it's not at all serious. It has a very basic plot. Basically "supernatural with rules" which ALL good supernatural horror movies follow. The main selling point is a girl/girl kissing scene between Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried (girl from that uber-chick-flick remake known as mamma mia... the bane of my existence  :purpleshock:)

It's incredibly different as far as horror goes. It's not another one of those "wish I was Juno/Napoleon Dynamite" Indy films that have been stinking up my netflix lists. "Assassination of a High School President" being the best example of the absolute CRAP that inhabits this new sub-genre. It's a lot more like "My Boyfriend's Back" and the original Buffy movie. A decent movie themed using an appropriate take on the current counter-culture.


I love that movie.


Last movie i watched was Whip It!
Starring Ellen Page the girl from juno.
All about a teen whose mother shoved her way of life down her throat, and her teen rebellion turns to ladies roller derby.
I loved it!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 21, 2010, 06:47:56 PM
Orphan 1/10

Absolute crap. It's a horribly written and terribly acted rip off of the Good Son. If you want to watch a good movie then just watch the Good Son again.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on January 22, 2010, 05:11:00 PM
2012
OMG THAT MOVIE KEPT ME STARING AT THE SCREEN FOR THE FULL TWO HOURS!
john cusack   is amazing as it is, but good lord it was freakin intense!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 22, 2010, 07:52:21 PM
The Final Destination 6/10.
As far as sequels go it was pretty good. Everything was unrealistic but it was a fresh set of deaths for the series.

Pandorum 8/10
Kind of slow and had a lot of "space madness" that actually subtracted from the film. Despite that, it's one of the movies that I enjoyed from beginning, middle, and end.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 23, 2010, 04:15:52 AM
From Dusk Till Dawn - 10/10

One of the (if not "THE") greatest movies of all time. And who doesn't love this scene?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYXlK-Dktnk
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on January 26, 2010, 10:51:36 AM
Super Mario Bros.  9/10

best game movie of all time, one of the best movies of all time.  Awesome.   :righteous:
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Post by: peewee_RotA on January 26, 2010, 02:04:32 PM
Gamer - Lame/10

It was sooo freakin excentric. Like more so than all of the hackers movies combined. I don't blame anyone if they did like it. I just have the same reaction to movies like this.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 27, 2010, 04:36:44 AM
I'm about to watch it, Peewee. I'll review it after - I hope it isn't shit.
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Post by: [BTF]adam on January 27, 2010, 06:04:45 AM
Fucking awful film. So cheesey, so many copied elements from equally cheesy films. Ugh. Do the directors actually think that what they're making is DECENT?! It would have appealed to me a couple of years ago that's for sure, not nowadays. Gay. If you're going to make a film like that make it based on motherfucking QUAKE TWO i've always said a sick film would be a q2 single player film or even something like that! where gamers control non player characters and duel endlessly on q2dm1 lololol.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 27, 2010, 07:22:46 PM
Also watched recently: The Princess Bride. 100/10. I LOVE THIS FILM!  :ilysign:
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Post by: The Happy Friar on February 02, 2010, 06:52:29 PM
Zombieland.  10/10.  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: QwazyWabbit on February 03, 2010, 12:36:37 PM
Also watched recently: The Princess Bride. 100/10. I LOVE THIS FILM!  :ilysign:

To blave!

I bought the CD. I always watch it when I need a great laugh.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 03, 2010, 12:45:28 PM
My favorite lines are 2 jokes that generally go unnoticed from that movie.

1st is "The most famous of which is never get involved in a land war in Asia"

2nd is from the same scene. Wesley establishes that iocane powder is among the most deadly poisons in the world and then he explains away that he has some how built up an immunity over time.
 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 04, 2010, 07:11:42 AM
Surrogates 8/10

It was a good movie and was worth watching, but in the end it was just a better version of I Robot. The other thing that left a bad taste in my mouth was the plot. It was weak. It was complete but very weak. Basically there are two mystery plots that Bruce Willis has to follow. One plot spawns the other plot but it's not for a solid reason and it seems way too rushed. Maybe if it took a week of movie time to formulate and execute the second plot rather than a single day, then it would have been solid.

Also in order for the plot to continue they needed specific people to no longer have surrogates, so the events that caused these specific people to not have them were incredibly contrived. Each contrived event on it's own would have been easily chalked up to chance or bad luck. But the total amount of them made it extremely unlikely, and for a plot to hinge on a circumstance that is unlikely when compared to the rules and background that it has already setup, it is just weak in my opinion.

Did I say the words "weak plot" enough?   :sarcastic:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 04, 2010, 01:19:54 PM
Friday - 10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: FYATroll on February 04, 2010, 04:54:37 PM
2012 4.5/10

It was big budget. It had a lot of neato scenes and for these two reasons it doesn't get a 2.

The plot sucked. The acting was....questionable at best. The story just really didn't go anywhere at all. I hope the real year of 2012 turns out better than this.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 06, 2010, 12:34:00 PM
The Echelon Conspiracy ?/10

It was a decently generic movie but it was so riddled with half-logic and stupid dialog that I don't know what to think. Basically the underlying plot of the movie is that the American government made some kind of evil decision that affects the whole world, and it took the Russian government to finally set us straight.

Distrust of the CIA is perfectly normal, especially for movie plots, but if you expect the audience believe that the Russian government is the moral compass for the world to follow then... you know this kind of complete ignorance from these writers has no comparison. I mean seriously? Did you choose Russia because you were unable to find any North Koreans to play the part?
:exqueezeme:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ReCycled on February 08, 2010, 08:25:11 PM
Saw this documentary on Google Video about the making and deployment of the first nucleur bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. It gives you a better perspective on the time and the reasons for the decision-making. 1 hour and 30 minutes long:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-296721490572718573&ei=8nNaS_3ENsL5lAfal4SiCw&q=hiroshima#


Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on February 11, 2010, 05:59:41 AM
The road.. I was intrigued when i saw its trailer so i watched it..
PFFFT.. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Post by: peewee_RotA on February 11, 2010, 06:18:28 AM
Saw VI 2/10

This is the 4th movie based on a single scene at the beginning of Saw 3. Seriously, when you make 4 sequels about adding events, characters, and evidence to the same scene that weren't there originally then you can't accomplish a good movie. It's like trying to make a cake out of a cow pattie. Sure you can make it look like a cake but that doesn't mean that anyone want's to eat it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 19, 2010, 08:11:47 PM
Stepfather (remake) 7.5/10

It was slow and generic and predictable but it set up a very good atmosphere. I actually felt paranoid after the movie was over. Not that I expect those actions to ever happen in real life, but the cold, calculating, and eventually volatile nature of the Stepfather was very unsettling. The movie as a whole wasn't great but the mood of the movie was perfect.


Valentines Day 9/10

Extreme ROM-COM so this is one of those things you may or may not get dragged to. Once you get passed the incredibly girly nature of the movie it is a decent oddball comedy. It's almost like a Leslie Nielson film. Everything is just silly and over the top in order to grab a laugh. It takes itself much more seriously than the typical Leslie Nielson film and never breaks the 4th wall so it's not exactly like one. It just spares no expense for a laugh, no matter how cheap.

And before you say: "It's the 19th, what took you so long to see a movie named Valentine's Day?" I just have one thing to say to you... I have kids, It's freaking Valentine's day when the babysitter says it's Valentines day!
 :razzberry:

 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on February 19, 2010, 09:18:50 PM
Law Abiding Citizen. 7/10

Heard very little about this movie. Just finished watching it. Story of a man who's wife and daughter are murdered in a home invasion. Jamie Foxx is the asst DA who cuts a deal with the murderer who sells out his partner for a short sentence. The man who's family is slain (Butler) witnesses the DA shaking hands with the guy who killed his family and appears to set out for vigilante justice against the two men involved in the home invasion murder.

I thought it was just going to play out that he gets his revenge then tries to elude the justice department. It's sooooo much more. Butler's character is far more than just a man whose justice is pawned off to get a high conviction rate and is seeking revenge. It's worth the rental.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 20, 2010, 02:09:13 AM
Undercover Brother - 10/10.

 :bananaw00t:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on February 20, 2010, 09:29:15 AM
Undercover Brother - 10/10. :bananaw00t:

QFT.   :bananaw00t: :bananaw00t:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 21, 2010, 05:21:06 PM
The Invention Of lying 2/10

Boring, unfunny, and tries WAY too hard. Not only does it try way too hard to be serious, but it takes it's own plot and characters serious as a drama but it makes absolutely no effort to take it's own gimmick serious. The idea is that in a world with no lying there would be no jokes, imagination, fiction novels, or religion, yet the dialog is filled with hyperbole, metaphors, similes, sarcasm, and common phrases. The movie goes so far as to exclude anything based on imagination to an extreme that hurts the overall film for the sake of being true to it's gimmick, yet it misses so much of that exact same thing in the dialog. So the writers really should have decided to either go the whole way or not bother. I mean it was supposed to be a comedy. It really isn't a comedy by any stretch of the imagination, and as far as drama's go it's about as uninteresting and boring as it goes. It also doesn't pass as either fantasy or sci-fi for all of the reasons mentioned above.

It just didn't have anything worth enjoying. There are maybe 2 funny jokes and they are both related to Coke and Pepsi advertisements. I recommend avoiding this one and to just watch Galaxy Quest. It's like a few other extremely overrated movies the past few years; it's a subplot from another, better, movie and it doesn't even do it as well as that sub plot.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 27, 2010, 06:39:44 PM
Grace ?/10

This movie is essentially about the ins and outs of having a vampire baby. There's a lot of mixed messages that are too much to go into detail. Overall it's well made in that it is completely down to earth. Well everything is down to earth except for the vampire baby. The main focus of the film is a character already suffering from depression, postpartum depression, and sleep deprivation from being a new mother. On top of this, an equally crazy mother-in-law does some really messed up things.

It's not really about having a Vampire baby and the events of that vampire. It's more about a believable portrayal of a new mother unable to care for herself with the added burden of taking care of a vampire. It takes itself completely seriously, and believe it or not, that works out for this film.

Do not watch this unless you've been through and are genuinely interested in the birthing process and also don't mind insanely horrific things added to that process. Also, all the dude's out there should avoid this one. Even if you have kids, there is little you can do to relate to a movie about nursing vampires.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: RRBM [NL] on February 28, 2010, 02:32:45 PM
Star Trek (2009) 10/10  :rockon:  :bananaw00t:  :righteous:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on February 28, 2010, 03:50:17 PM
The Invention Of lying 2/10

Boring, unfunny, and tries WAY too hard.

Heh.  Rented this a few weeks ago.  I enjoyed it, but, i had also skimmed a dozen or so reviews on rottentomatoes prior to renting the movie, so my expectations were tempered a bit beforehand.

Still, any of the movie's flaws were entirely redeemed by its effortless deconstruction of the origins of Abrahamic monotheism, which were obviously 100% accurate.

:evilgrin:

(Personally what I liked least about the movie was the generic cotton candy music score.)

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 02, 2010, 05:29:15 AM
I didn't mention the religion aspect of it because it was just dumb. Every good sci-fi movie challenges religion and goes about it in an intelligent way. The invention of lying just did a lame stand up act as if the topic was the same as swapping fish stories. It's not particularly offensive, just badly tacked on with no actual understanding of the impact of the topic at hand. It's as if Jeff Foxworthy started telling 9/11 based jokes in the middle of his act and couldn't understand why the audience walked out. Like it or not, there is a such thing as bad taste.

On that note:

Whiteout 7/10

A decent movie all around. There were some snafus like not correctly displaying the concept of cold exposure, but as far as bloopers go they were all very minor compared to typical movies. The only thing that makes this movie 7 instead of a 10 is the ending is incredibly anti-climactic. In fact you're fairly certain that what you're watching can't be a real ending until the credits roll, then you're just disappointed.

The rest of the film makes up for that, but it would have been much better even if it was just some generic alien plot. Instead it was a generic murder plot with no depth. It did remind me a lot of John Carpenter's: The Thing. They put a hell of a lot of effort to get the audience into the right frame of mind and it just plain worked and worked well. It just needed aliens, or cavemen! In fact just show Brendan Fraser killing Pauly Shore in a 5 minute short film. That'd be pretty cool too.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on March 02, 2010, 01:47:15 PM
Avatar was good to see in the theater..where are the good horror flicks!


adam, there's no way undercover brother should be 10 out of 10!!

I like the shining from steven king : )
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 03, 2010, 06:38:36 PM
The Box 5/10

This is one of those short stories adapted into a film that may have been a great short story but had an obvious fate as a film. Imagine taking a short story and stretching it out into a novel, or converting it into an epic poem. Heck, just make it a haiku and get it over with. Arbitrarily converting a story from one medium to another for no good reason will get you mixed results. Some good, some bad.

So this movie was an older style story made as a tribute to the Twilight Zone. It has the same set-up and twisted message. This is done perfectly for the first half of the movie. Then a great inspiration for an episode of the twilight zone is dragged into oblivion and turns into 0/10. So I'm averaging out the two sides into a 5. In the first half the characters are isolated, presented with a moral choice, and then shown the consequences. A creepy mood is established and an excellent ending is presented.

Then they insert Contact style aliens with a watered down flavor of The Day The Earth Stood Still. This ruins the entire set up by taking away the isolation, expanding the consequences to be irrelevant, and then explaining the ending away with an illogical conclusion. The 50's B lot movie plot that is introduced is never finished so instead of leaving the ending wide open like they do halfway through, they close all of the doors and then replace it with an unfinished story as if it's the same thing.

They took lots of risks (like expecting us to believe that Cameron Diaz and Cyclops are serious actors) which mostly paid off, and then they gave up taking risks and melted down to generic movie hell.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 08, 2010, 04:50:44 PM
I'm never nearly positive enough, so I'm reserving this post for positive reviews

Ninja 10/10
no plot, all killing.  :yessign:

Zombieland 10/10
One of the few truly perfect movies. Everything was right, nothing went wrong.

Interception 10/10
I'm sure I've mentioned this before but this is the best low budget action movie of all time. It's just ridiculous and hilarious all at the same time. It's crazy low budget and has a few really bad actors, but Buck Rodgers (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2462344/) is my personal hero!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 10, 2010, 05:19:20 PM
In honor of Chuck Norris' birthday:
Forced Vengence 9/10

I have to give it a 9 because of the uneccessary rape scene. I mean it was implied and not specifically gratuitous, but I prefer movies that stick to regular violence. Sexual assault is just not the kind of "action" that I have in mind when I think of an action movie.  :ohlord:

But it's Chuck Norris so all is good!


On to the Hitman!


(Note: I had these movies netflixed long before I realized that today was his birthday. So don't think that I don't watch my regular prescription of roundhouse kicks to the face!)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 11, 2010, 01:44:34 PM
Scarface - 8/10. I found it a bit long winded and watched it in two parts. Was great though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 11, 2010, 02:11:41 PM
Being John Malkovich

I won't even rate it. One seriously fucked up movie. I loved the part where John Malkovich himself went through his own portal and everyone in the restaurant looked like John Malkovich (even the women), everything on the menu was John Malkovich, and the only words ever spoken were "John Malkovich."
:lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 11, 2010, 05:10:14 PM
Also just watched Zombieland. Awesome! 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: d4m4g3r on March 11, 2010, 05:59:19 PM
I watched avatar with my misses, was quite good. With the 3D glasses, bit expensive but, i enjoyed it and she did also. Would i recommend, yea probably :)
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 13, 2010, 03:33:49 AM
(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/one-eyed-monster.jpg)

One-Eyed Monster - .01/10

This is one of the worst ideas for a movie in the history of mankind. These people go up to the mountains to make a porno movie. Ron Jeremy gets hit with some alien shooting star while taking a piss outside. The alien somehow takes control of his dick. His dick comes off and starts flying around killing everyone. Really super duper cheesy shit. Although it did have some amusing scenes. Especially the part where Charles Napier is talking about an alien dick back in Vietnam killing his whole platoon. I wish I could find a sound clip of the part where he says, "Hell? You haven't seen Hell until you've seen 30 men... KILLED BY A DICK!!"

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/charlesnapier-oneeyedmonster.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on March 15, 2010, 12:40:44 AM
Shutter Island (http://movies.tvguide.com/shutter-island/review/303079)

(http://www.covershut.com/covers/Shutter-Island-2010-Dutch-Front-Cover-23153.jpg)
(http://cdn.screenjunkies.com/www/sites/default/files/shutter_island_poster_0.jpg)

Engaging, well-crafted psychological thriller.  Nice sound design as well.

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Post by: [BTF]adam on March 15, 2010, 05:28:55 AM
eXistenZ - 6/10. fucking weird, decent though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on March 21, 2010, 05:18:58 PM

IMAX Hubble 3D

The trailer is here: http://www.universetoday.com/2010/01/15/hubble-imax-3-d-trailer/  ....but it doesn't even show even a glimpse of what I thought were the coolest parts of the movie, where they'd mapped hubble imagery, as textures, onto a somewhat 3D model, and rendered some awesome fly-throughs, such as the Orion nebula, where numerous stars are being born, and have "tadpole" like trails as they're being blasted by a 5 million mph cosmic wind from a nearby larger star, etc.


:notworthy:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: beanstorm on March 21, 2010, 06:14:19 PM
Monsters vs Aliens
I know its been out a while but the jihad takes up most my time
only fault I can see is when susan becomes gigantica, her clothes still fit
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Post by: peewee_RotA on March 21, 2010, 07:27:04 PM
Bootcamp 8/10

It's kind of like the Val Kilmer version of Island of Dr. Mareau without the beasts. People are isolated on an island and told to behave a certain way for their own good. A series of unfortunate events happen and the security officer gets what he deserves. It also reminded me of those Saturday-night matinee shows where they tell a simple ghost story with a poignant ending. Well not always poignant but it tells a complete story and uses a lot of visuals to infer more advanced ideas and emotions than the simple dialog allowed.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on April 24, 2010, 08:29:04 AM
Seventh Moon 3/10

This is the first really bad movie that I have bothered to finish in quite some time. Most times when I start a movie that I know I'll hate, I turn it off before I get too worked up by the fact that I'm wasting money/time on something that I would never want to watch in the first place. The setup, premise, and mood was pretty good.

It's about the chinese myth that the dead come back to eat the living so they have to make food sacrafices to keep themselves safe. I don't know if it's a real myth but this is the second movie that I've seen that is based on the myth. What happens is that the main characters venture into an area where these ghost/demons are roaming free and they have to run and hide from the demons using very limited knowledge of the problem at hand.

There are 3 huge flaws with the execution, however. #1 shaky cameras are good for short action sequences but not an entire movie! #2 there is a difference between withholding vital plot information from the main characters and audience for the purpose of creating an air of mystery and confusion, and just plain making people disappear and then reappear at the end without an appropriate amount of concern or explanation as to why they disappeared or how they came back. Also making that person into the badguy at the last minute because you needed one and couldn't decide earlier doesn't help. #3 Amy Smart should stick to comedy!



Thaw 4/10

A reasonable remake of Cabin Fever with a hint of The Thing's isolation with a giant gorilla of an agenda sitting on it's back. If you just fastforward to about the 30 minute mark and start from there, then this is a pretty good film. About a 8/10. Generic but still fun with a GOOD twist at the end, not a badly tacked on one.

The first 30 minutes replaces a good setup with a non-sensical rant trying to explain why terrorist groups like ELF are right and how we're all a bunch of Neanderthals because we don't live in huts and forage for food (some-what ironic, ain't it?). I compared it elsewhere to 28 days later. A really good reinvention of zombie movies using eco/animal rights extremists as the plot device without having to defend their cause. You can compare it to other horror movies too and see the difference. For example Poltergeist does not spend the first 30 minutes on real estate investing tips. Friday The 13th didn't include a instructional video on swiming, or hockey. It really was absolutely out of place in this movie and polarized it to only appeal to the extreme side of an ongoing argument. I'm waiting for a sequel that says OJ was innocent and that Nicole was killed by vampires. That won't polarize the audience either!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on April 24, 2010, 11:11:29 AM
For those fans of Mental Duress,a rare find....Eraserhead,the whole movie. You don't watch it..you Endure it.

http://videosift.com/video/Eraserhead-Full-Movie


And a little history of it...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eraserhead

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on April 26, 2010, 07:26:16 PM
I just finally saw Avatar, and thought it was awesome.  I watched it on my computer.  Can't wait to watch it on Blu-ray on a big screen.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: magical pig on April 30, 2010, 08:20:14 PM
saw it in 3d in theater.

Amazazing.

LOL Eraserhead - the first David Lynch movie... Endure is correct!


In the DVR que:
Brazil
Outlaw Josey Wales
Unforgiven


Starting the LOTR trilogy again tonight on the HD...

Anyone seen the new Iron Man?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on May 01, 2010, 10:07:55 PM
Debbie does Dallas. 10/10
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 02, 2010, 09:58:11 AM
Debbie does Dallas. 10/10

I agree. It's a classic. Basically a household name now.

God bless you Bambi Woods, wherever you are! :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on May 03, 2010, 06:08:08 PM
I really enjoyed the movie Autumn, and Descent 2 was decent too!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on May 03, 2010, 08:11:32 PM
and Descent 2 was decent too!
Don't know if you intended that to be a pun, But lol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on May 13, 2010, 06:02:23 AM
The Book of Eli - 7/10

some good fighting scenes, the overall plot was pretty good, it just left me feeling quite empty at the end, felt like there should have been more to it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: CodeBlack on May 13, 2010, 06:17:35 AM
Cirque de freak  6/10, entertaining at most times, but too childish and simple.

Blood and Bone 7.2/10, nice action and coo to see a black guy kickin everyones ass instead of some asian, story is quite weak, however the acting isnt too bad, alot of people you know are in this movie and you will probably enjoy watching it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on May 22, 2010, 05:42:37 PM
The Fourth Kind 7/10

Very similar to Fire in the Sky as far as content goes. I really enjoyed it. To get one thing straight, the entire story is fake. Sorry to ruin it, but just like fargo, Texas Chainsaw Massecre, and Free Willy... someone eventually has to break it to you that it's not a true story. They just say that in order to improve ratings.

Anyway... it had a really good mash-ups of the "evidence" with the dramatizations and the suspense progressed in a very cool way. It wasn't bogged down by being just another lame attempt to rip off Cloverfield's fame. It really told a story in a familiar documentary style. The best part is that it was not another lame popout scare movie. It was more classic and pretty original. All in all it was cool.

There were some issues that could have been handled better. The introduction is Milla Jovovich telling the audience in an extremely cheesy way "These are real events... yadda yadda yadda". It lowers the quality to that of a Discovery channel special and done in such a way that it proves to the audience that it has to be all fake. The second problem is the ending. There is a scene that is such a "blair-ing" rip off. (the blair witch, get it? lol) Also, the police officer is extremely emotional and unprofessional. All of those things subtract from the film but don't ruin it.


All claims of aliens are bogus, but the occasional alien abduction movie is always a good watch.  :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on May 22, 2010, 07:54:36 PM
Saw "The Wolfman" (the one from this year) last night.  The special effects were good.  Was a little dull/slow at times.  Lots of gore, and creative/enjoyable gore too.  I enjoyed it.

Watched "My Bloody Valentine", from 2009 I believe, tonight.  TONS of gore, and again, some quite unique methods of death.  Acting wasn't that great, but overall it wasn't that horrible.  Most cheesy horror movies suck, but this one was worth watching.

Oh, saw "Pandorum" in the past 2-3 weeks, and I enjoyed that a good bit.  Good mix of sci-fi with some good horror/gore mixed in.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on May 29, 2010, 01:21:53 AM
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

I saw this in the theater several weeks ago. its like a 5 out of 10. If it wasnt coz of the theaters superb sounds it would have been boring.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on May 29, 2010, 08:21:36 AM
Watched "Stranger Than Fiction" last night.  It stars Will Ferrell, but is nothing like what you'd typically expect from a Will Ferrell movie.  It definitely had it's moments where I was cracking up, but that's not the focus of this movie.  Will Ferrell does a fantastic job as the main character.  Acting is top notch across the board.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0420223/

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/stranger_than_fiction/

Highly recommended!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on May 29, 2010, 06:22:27 PM
Prince of Persia.

8/10

Good Action. Didnt overuse the time effect but made it look great. Faithful to the style ised in the game.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 01, 2010, 08:42:25 AM
alien resurrection

8.5/10

Sigourney Weaver was very good!

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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 04, 2010, 10:15:51 PM
Rob Zombie Presents The Haunted World of El Superbeasto - ?/10

I can't decide if I liked it or if I hated it. If you're a 13 year old male with a masturbation fixation and a toilet humor obsession, it's right up your alley. One of the most fucked up animated movies I've ever seen.

Here's a trailer for it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shD5a0KPR3E
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Post by: reaper on June 07, 2010, 11:45:28 AM
Aliens (the second of the Alien series).  Very good 9/10.

Definitely different than Alien Ressurection, and better i'd say, more of an old school horror feel.  In the wikipedia it noted the screenwriter thought they botched up Ressurection, and it did kind of feel like terminator 3 and salvation versus the originals, but it was better than than those.

Now time for Aliens3, which Weaver is not in, so it probably won't be any good.

 :notworthy:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: lidz on June 07, 2010, 12:05:18 PM
Weaver is in Aliens 3 - bald headed.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: CodeBlack on June 07, 2010, 01:10:21 PM
My friend made me watch alice in wonder land  5/10   :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on June 07, 2010, 09:18:50 PM
Alien 3 takes place just after the one you watched. It's more like the first in the sense of panic.

Im a total alien nerd. I think they need to bring the Earth Hive trilogy to the big screen but the closest we'll get to that awesomeness  is Ridley Scott's reboot/origin story of the alien species.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on June 08, 2010, 07:39:33 AM
I just saw the original Alien for the first time the other day.  I enjoyed it, but I wouldn't say I was blown away, by any means.  I plan to watch Aliens soon, maybe tonight.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on June 08, 2010, 08:42:01 AM
I think the directors cut of the first is what should be watched. Something else happens to the crew.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 08, 2010, 09:39:49 AM
The original is kind of the first start, the rest are kind of "updated".
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on June 08, 2010, 03:29:58 PM
Which AlienS version should I watch?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on June 08, 2010, 03:33:29 PM
Which AlienS version should I watch?

As you've just seen the first one - proceed directly to the second. :)


:afro:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 08, 2010, 06:29:37 PM
In my opinion, Aliens (the second film) was the best one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 08, 2010, 06:57:35 PM
As you've just seen the first one - proceed directly to the second. :)

I think he's referencing to the special edition/directors cut or the original.

Part of the SE refers to an uncut part of the first movie & another part references a question brought up by the theature cut.

I'd suggest watching the original cut first.  It's not a worse movie because of it.  :)  The first three are really good imho.  :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on June 08, 2010, 07:20:35 PM
Watch these movies in this sequence.

Alien
Aliens
Predator
Predator 2 (skip all the Gary Busey parts and pay attention to the trophy case near the end of the movie when Danny Glover gets aboard the hunter's ship)
AVP
AVP2:R
Alien 3
Alien Ressurection


And ......when it comes out....

CLICK CLICK CLICK!!!!
(http://blog.80millionmoviesfree.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/predators-movie-2010.jpg) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u8vZwvP57Y)
*nerdgasm
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 08, 2010, 07:48:43 PM
Predator 2 was nothing like predator should of been
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on June 08, 2010, 08:31:58 PM
The graphic novel concrete jungle did so much better than the movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 09, 2010, 03:28:09 AM
skip all the Gary Busey parts and pay attention to the trophy case near the end of the movie when Danny Glover gets aboard the hunter's ship

You mean this part?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljEC7HKbP0g
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on June 09, 2010, 07:34:00 AM
Totally was going to reference that but thought you'd like to post it. :beer:

I was thinking more like ...

(http://www.threadbombing.com/data/media/2/busey_clapping.gif)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 09, 2010, 07:53:22 PM
Shutter Island 3/10

The single most predictable movie that I've ever seen. You know what is going to happen by the second scene, but they string you along anyway in a completely weak sequence of fake events. There really is no plot or movie to it. A man is insane, end of story. They just make up one to pretend that it is a story until they rip it away in an ever increasingly BAD story that is the exact same freaking thing every time they write it.

It's #$%#ing secret window set in the late 50's. Big whoop. What a waste of my time. I'm so fed up with this trash. I hope that Martin Scorsese actually gets pooped on by mafia pigeons.
 :grrrr:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 09, 2010, 08:00:52 PM
You know that's funny, I've heard mixed reviews about that movie, but it was on the top 250 of IMDB.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on June 09, 2010, 08:53:45 PM
I watched Fresh again, but this time on youtube. Someone uploaded the whole movie. I recommend anyone here to watch it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZi3SZsbEtI

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Post by: peewee_RotA on June 13, 2010, 07:24:14 PM
From Paris with Love 9/10

Tons of death, explosions, and a crazy car chase. The ending has an ammo case full of inconsistencies but they don't affect the action. This movie is so cool that it actually keeps track of it's own kill count in the dialog.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on June 13, 2010, 07:47:55 PM
just saw Land of the Lost (2009)

nothing good was on cable. Ill give it 3 out of 10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 14, 2010, 05:06:47 AM
I got Voyager season 1 on DVD saturday.  Still awesome after all these years.  :D

It's funny though that you can tell when they mixed the CG with the  models.  First trek series to use lots of CG vs optical FX & now a days you wouldn't notice stuff like that.

8/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 14, 2010, 05:22:48 AM
I got Voyager season 1 on DVD saturday.  Still awesome after all these years.  :D
:yessign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on June 14, 2010, 06:02:10 AM
I was lured out of my house untio an epic journey to see the latest offering by an odd french director named Jean-Pierre Jeunet,who did City of Lost Children,Delicatessen,Amélie and now MicMacs

 http://www.sonyclassics.com/micmacs/ (http://www.sonyclassics.com/micmacs/)


Another offbeat tale of a man who gets a bullet lodged in his head and hooks up with some castaway personalities to orchestrate some retribution against the callous arms dealers that made it. Fine viewing but not the best of his work,a possible 7/10.

He also directed Alien Resurrection by the way...since its been bandied about in here...for good or bad :)
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Post by: Er!c@ on June 14, 2010, 06:00:31 PM
lol watched planet 51
it was cute :P


gotta love a movie with little green creatures!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 14, 2010, 06:48:48 PM
Taxi Driver, saw it at the grocery store, so I figured I'd pick it up and watch it again.

10/10 no doubt : )
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: decino on June 14, 2010, 06:50:49 PM
The A-Team (2010)
8/10

I've never seen the original series (I'm too young I guess) but this movie was the shit. The action was good and clever and the humor was very good.
Even funnier was, I went with 3 friends and we were comparing ourselves to the A-Team characters:

Me being Hannibal, I'm the "smart guy" from the group, my other friend being B.A (Mr. T) because he's black and bulky, other one being The Face, because The Face pukes in the beginning of the movie and my friend is known as the guy that always pukes (rollercoasters, booze, etc) and the 3rd friend being Murdock, because he's just crazy.

Fun fun fun.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 14, 2010, 07:45:28 PM
my other friend being B.A (Mr. T) because he's black

That's sooo racist. Why do you guys have to be Hannibal, Murdock and Face just because you are white? Everyone in the group should have the chance to be Mr.T. If you don't want to be Mr.T then you are probably on drugs, cant read, and lost your extended family to some sort of freak accident involving milk and gold necklaces.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV0DtmxYFuE
I pity da fool!

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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 14, 2010, 08:50:57 PM
On the other hand, if you were dressing up as these characters for a Halloween party, it could turn out to be disastrous if you're white and painted up to look black and have car trouble in the wrong part of town. Best to let the black guy be the black guy.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: decino on June 15, 2010, 05:33:13 AM
my other friend being B.A (Mr. T) because he's black

That's sooo racist. Why do you guys have to be Hannibal, Murdock and Face just because you are white? Everyone in the group should have the chance to be Mr.T. If you don't want to be Mr.T then you are probably on drugs, cant read, and lost your extended family to some sort of freak accident involving milk and gold necklaces.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV0DtmxYFuE
I pity da fool!
:shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes: :shifteyes:

I'm not even 100% white myself. 
:nana:

:offtopic:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 17, 2010, 04:14:05 PM
Daybreakers - 8/10

Pretty good film, ethan hawke does well as the main character, human woman is a fittie, bad guys are appropriate. sometimes unneccesary gore, but some would argue when is gore ever unneccesary (lookin at you foc and jager for some reason :p). i'd reccomend watching it if you can and like post apocolyptic films.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BnC]MissingNo. on June 17, 2010, 05:05:46 PM
Run Fatboy Run.
That guy and his friend are hilarious!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Th0m@s29 on June 23, 2010, 03:37:55 PM
I saw the movie rampage recently and it had a very good plot.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 26, 2010, 06:51:30 PM
Book of Eli 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 26, 2010, 07:01:35 PM
Cape Fear (1991) (starring Robert DeNiro and Nick Nolte) - 10/10

Usually remakes aren't as good as the original. This one blew the one with Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum out of the water and into outer fucking space.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on June 26, 2010, 08:06:47 PM
Taxi Driver, saw it at the grocery store, so I figured I'd pick it up and watch it again.

10/10 no doubt : )

Watched Taxi Driver with my buds a couple years back. That movie fucking bad ass. Gotta see it again sometime.

Just finished Bangkok Dangerous. Meh movie but it was cool to see Nicholas Cage be a ruthless, bad ass killer. The ending threw me off. Maybe it's me but I totally didn't expect what happened.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on June 26, 2010, 08:58:24 PM
Remember Me 9/10

I found it simply amazing and compelling :)
A beautiful story of family, love and life!

Favorite lines include:

"If you could hear me, I would say that our finger prints don't fade from the lives we've touched. "

&&


"Gandhi said that whatever you do in life will be insignificant. But it's very important that you do it. I tend to agree with the first part. "

i guess you could consider it a total chick flick. but the story is really good. The ending made me kinda mad but its good :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on July 03, 2010, 03:03:56 AM
Airheads
8/10

watched it again over cable for the nth time. still funny as hell.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on July 03, 2010, 08:37:43 AM
I watched 2012 the other night. The story was kinda suckish, Since it jumped right into the end of the world without giving much of a plot. Cool special effects, though. was kind of stupid, although I did get into it. It defiantly kept me wondering what was gonna happen next. And a black guy ACTUALLY survived till the end in this movie, So that's always nice. Even though the story was lacking, It was a fairly good movie. 4/10. (I don't rate high unless it's something spectacular, Like movie of the year, I defiantly recommend checking it out.)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 03, 2010, 09:04:31 AM
Taxi Driver, saw it at the grocery store, so I figured I'd pick it up and watch it again.

10/10 no doubt : )

Watched Taxi Driver with my buds a couple years back. That movie fucking bad ass. Gotta see it again sometime.

Just finished Bangkok Dangerous. Meh movie but it was cool to see Nicholas Cage be a ruthless, bad ass killer. The ending threw me off. Maybe it's me but I totally didn't expect what happened.

I've never seen the one with Nicholas Cage, I have the original Thai version with subtitles on DVD. From what I heard, the US remake completely butchered the original story.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Prophet on July 05, 2010, 05:52:38 PM
Remember Me 9/10

I found it simply amazing and compelling :)
A beautiful story of family, love and life!

Favorite lines include:

"If you could hear me, I would say that our finger prints don't fade from the lives we've touched. "

&&


"Gandhi said that whatever you do in life will be insignificant. But it's very important that you do it. I tend to agree with the first part. "

i guess you could consider it a total chick flick. but the story is really good. The ending made me kinda mad but its good :)

So girly of you :P  But since you are female, I will give that to ya lol.

I just checked out The Last Airbender, which I thought was pretty cool.  Lots of good action and martial art sequences.  It doesn't follow the cartoon down to the specifics, but it makes it a more serious movie whereas the cartoon seems very kiddish.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 05, 2010, 11:19:53 PM
The Crazies (2010) (9/10)

Never saw the original, but I liked the remake. It was kind of like what the Happening SHOULD have been. The actual disease was unimportant but allowed for the movie to borrow good ideas from Outbreak and The Siege. It had a lot more influences than that, but the "outbreak" portion of the movie was short and to the point, which made it great and hard to find anything to dislike about it.

The actual disease was pretty cool. They spent no time on making it airborne, little time on what caused it, and less time on treating it. Instead it is a simple plot device for the actual movie. The idea is that this disease turns everyone into a generic horror movie villain. So one infected person kills people with a pitchfork while another is generic deliverance/wrong turn bad guys. So it was a pretty reasonable excuse to skip any excess plot, back story, or mystery and skip straight to a string of slasher/suspense/thriller style climax scenes set up every so many minutes.

The "end of society as we know it" portion was really well done. Not only was it an unapologetic high body count horror, it had a really good theme and mood, as well as characters that acted in a believable way based on the crises at hand. Usually you get a bunch of sissy girls. This time you get a bunch of bad asses fighting back! The way it should be!
 :biggungrin:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: CodeBlack on July 11, 2010, 05:14:02 PM
Remember Me 9/10

I found it simply amazing and compelling :)
A beautiful story of family, love and life!

Favorite lines include:

"If you could hear me, I would say that our finger prints don't fade from the lives we've touched. "

&&


"Gandhi said that whatever you do in life will be insignificant. But it's very important that you do it. I tend to agree with the first part. "

i guess you could consider it a total chick flick. but the story is really good. The ending made me kinda mad but its good :)

So girly of you :P  But since you are female, I will give that to ya lol.

I just checked out The Last Airbender, which I thought was pretty cool.  Lots of good action and martial art sequences.  It doesn't follow the cartoon down to the specifics, but it makes it a more serious movie whereas the cartoon seems very kiddish.

Lol not following the cartoon line specifics usually kills movies, like with dragon ball evolution, which was one of the crappiest movies i ever saw, 1.2/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on July 11, 2010, 05:58:05 PM
Lol not following the cartoon line specifics usually kills movies, like with dragon ball evolution, which was one of the crappiest movies i ever saw, 1.2/10

You should see speed racer and try to figure out which is more crap.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Prophet on July 11, 2010, 06:55:11 PM
I still stand by the fact that Last Airbender rocked and that the next movie that comes out afterwards should be good too.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 11, 2010, 07:34:17 PM
The Hangover
Dick jokes 9/10
Fart Jokes 8/10

What I think about people that enjoy a movie based solely on those qualities, 1/10.


It was a bit more clever than I expected. A few jokes didn't rely on recycling content from American Pie 1-3, but not many. So I'd give it probably a 6/10 overall.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Gouki on July 11, 2010, 10:07:24 PM
i saw in this order
karate kid
avatar the last airbender
predators
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: tehSandwich on July 12, 2010, 12:22:47 AM
Toy Story 3:

I can't really say about the movie besides  :bigcry: and that's saying something.

I could award it three thumbs up if I it was physically possible for me.

The other choices were: The Last Airbender (Probably not worth it anyway), Predators (Probably worth it), Despicable Me (Totally worth it if it wasn't released at the same freaking time Toy Story 3 was shown and reshown.), a local movie about some guy saving an airliner or something (I just don't watch local.), and go watch freaking Twilight: Eclipse with my mom and her childhood friend (Just no.).
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 12, 2010, 12:39:40 PM
Deliverance - 8/10

(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/Deliverance-banjoboy.jpg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N40d047u-L8
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on July 12, 2010, 01:06:05 PM
Predators: 6.5/10

It was defintely better than the second Predator although I can't remember much about it.  Some interesting new things, but like many of these new movies, looks kind of fake, and they try and do to much with it.  What they need to do is what they did int the first one: have the Predator come to earth, smash a few skulls, take some trophies home

 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 14, 2010, 06:51:21 PM
Street Fighter: Legend of Chun-Li 2/10

Quite possibly AS BAD as the original.  :frustration:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on July 14, 2010, 09:27:17 PM
Street Fighter: Legend of Chun-Li 2/10

Quite possibly AS BAD as the original.  :frustration:

The original was bad but in a funny way. It's a cult classic among a lot of Street Fighter players.

I haven't seen Legend of Chun-Li, but I heard it's really bad. After seeing this, I don't want to see the rest of the movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bjtfeq1t1Rc&feature=related

I've seen better budget, indie martial art films with choreography not as cheesy as that scene. wtf
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 15, 2010, 07:30:20 AM
Slutty, Busty, and Bad - 10/10

This movie changed my life. :lolsign: Fuck that. 1/10. I remember the good old days back when porn actors/actresses actually could act. This movie is sooooooo bad. There's a part where Randy Spears is watching some blonde bimbo through her window, and the blonde gets on her laptop and starts talking to someone else via IM about her stalker... only she types it out as "stocker". As in, "Yeah, looks like I have a stocker." And she did it about 4 or 5 times. Jesus buttfuckin Santa Claus, who writes this shit? Awful awful awful awful.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Sofiene on July 15, 2010, 09:40:37 AM
paranormal activity 8/10

this movie is good but i think that it didnt make me scared at all  ::) ,but i put 8/10 cause i like horror movies like this one  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on July 15, 2010, 06:12:29 PM
paranormal activity 8/10

this movie is good but i think that it didnt make me scared at all  ::) ,but i put 8/10 cause i like horror movies like this one  :P

Yeah. It wasn't scary at all, expect for maybe the ending. I think people thought it was scary because they haven't watched a good horror movie in a long time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on July 15, 2010, 07:09:54 PM
and they announced they are making a sequel to it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 17, 2010, 06:52:31 PM
The Namesake 9/10

Not your regular movie. It's a chronicle of events that happen to a family ending with Kal Pen's character (Gogol) finally accepting his heritage in increasingly larger doses. Extremely well done. The only problem with the movie that makes it a 9 is a character that they insert at the end who is obviously giant mix of sex and the city characters. In a film in which every character is a realistic and believable addition to the story, the chick at the end might as well have been a green space alien that plays basket ball with bugs bunny. She is undeniably out of place and did not belong in the film. Everything else was spot on and extremely good.



The Sorcerer's Apprentice 8/10

They don't sacrifice any action for an attempt at an Oscar worthy script. The plot is a bit outlandish and described in a very rushed intro scene. This sets up the rest of the movie extremely quickly. In fact it causes the strengths of the film to get the audiences entire attention in order to prevent riding on the obviously weak plot.

The reason why I really liked the film was that the wizard battles DID NOT PULL ANY PUNCHES. They didn't pull a The Two Towers in which the 2 most powerful wizards in the entire world battle with low level "wind bolts", or a Harry Potter where kids shout dog Latin and battle the forces of mediocrity with nothing more than bright colors. (might as well skip the magic school and fight with freaking flashbulbs). Instead the wizards fire off a vast array of really cool effects to solve problems as they arise.

The magic is very inspired too. There are a few generic scenes, but they do not go without a joke to lighten the mood of the obvious faux paux. Most of the magic is inspired by a detailed attention to familiar high fantasy settings. The rest is culturally inspired. There are even quick references to the inspiration, like a Magic: The Gathering poster. (ok, so it was probably product placement but identifying with your audience and making money at the same time is not easy!)

So long as you leave 2 completely obvious gripes at the door, then you should have a good time. The first gripe being that a Disney movie is always going to be cheesy. The second is that Nicholas Cage is never going to stop playing Stanley Goodspeed in a different set of clothes. (unless he's playing Castor Troy on a different set of drugs)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on July 18, 2010, 10:09:55 PM
A-TEAM 7/10

Solid cast and action sequences. Totally nerd honked when the CIA op called in an AC-130 strike and said, "That was totally like Call of Duty"

--------------

The Losers (aka The B-Team) ...

Just started. Thought it was fitting to go from one action flic to the next.

*meh...turned it off half way and went to bed.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 25, 2010, 06:21:13 PM
(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/FromHell_poster.jpg)

From Hell - 10/10

Starring Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Ian Holm, Robbie Coltrane

A movie about Jack the Ripper, definitely the best one ever made. One of my favoritester movies of all time. Directed by the Hughes Brothers (Menace 2 Society, Dead Presidents). A real departure from their other films. Loosely based on the old From Hell graphic novel. A truly awesome awesome movie, well made in every way.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on July 25, 2010, 06:48:42 PM
Too lazy to search.. Anyone watch crank 2? How was it? I seen the first along time ago.. It was good I guess, wanted to see the second for a while but usually the first are the better of a series.. Don't wanna be disappointed that I wasted my time, Is it any good?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 25, 2010, 07:36:27 PM
Hell, I thought the first one was a waste of time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on July 25, 2010, 07:52:04 PM
Too lazy to search.. Anyone watch crank 2? How was it? I seen the first along time ago.. It was good I guess, wanted to see the second for a while but usually the first are the better of a series.. Don't wanna be disappointed that I wasted my time, Is it any good?

The first one is pretty good. The second one is just a waste of time. It's just a "fun" movie. Not really interesting at all and you'll probably won't want to see it more than once.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 25, 2010, 09:44:09 PM
Last movie I saw was "The Adobe Plugin Has Crashed". It was awful. Very boring plot. Nothing happened. The movie I was watching before that was really cool though. It was about a girl who saw something really fascinating in another girls underwear. She kept looking really really close at it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on July 26, 2010, 06:39:44 AM
Crank 2 was absolutely horrendous.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Q12XII on July 26, 2010, 07:20:00 AM
Johnny English. 8.5/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on July 26, 2010, 07:33:42 AM
Saw "Juno" saturday.  I didn not expect to like it, but I did.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 26, 2010, 07:37:50 AM
Stan Helsing 6/10

Horribly low budget and low brow, but it was pretty funny all the same. Always good to see Keenan in more movies!  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: CodeBlack on July 26, 2010, 08:01:51 AM
Saw Kick-ass,
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1250777/
Seems childish and lame at first, I must have been bored for atleast 15 mins, then the action got surprisingly good and the movie was hilarious.
The storyline seemed over used and getting lame, but i swear me and my friends totally laughed our asses off.

Good music, good jokes, great action, great hit-girl  :evilgrin:
Dont wanna say too much but it's like, Disney meets hardcore action ( I know what you're thinking, Not THAT kind of hardcore action you pervert. :lol: )

8/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on July 26, 2010, 08:42:22 AM
Too lazy to search.. Anyone watch crank 2? How was it? I seen the first along time ago.. It was good I guess, wanted to see the second for a while but usually the first are the better of a series.. Don't wanna be disappointed that I wasted my time, Is it any good?

The first one is pretty good. The second one is just a waste of time. It's just a "fun" movie. Not really interesting at all and you'll probably won't want to see it more than once.

Crank 2 was absolutely horrendous.

Thanks.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on July 26, 2010, 09:01:47 AM
Too lazy to search.. Anyone watch crank 2? How was it? I seen the first along time ago.. It was good I guess, wanted to see the second for a while but usually the first are the better of a series.. Don't wanna be disappointed that I wasted my time, Is it any good?

The first one is pretty good. The second one is just a waste of time. It's just a "fun" movie. Not really interesting at all and you'll probably won't want to see it more than once.


see i collected that from the first 20 mins before i feel asleep from it :P
Crank 2 was absolutely horrendous.

Thanks.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on July 26, 2010, 10:07:02 AM
 :lolup: that's how we fail at quoting <3
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 26, 2010, 10:08:55 AM
Toy Story 3 - 3D!

10/10 SHIT WAS SO FUCKING BOSS MAN u got buzz u got woody u got even jessie spittin sick beats, the tater heads are chillin as usual and even pork chop knows whats crackin.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: V!RaL on July 26, 2010, 10:17:04 AM
lol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 26, 2010, 11:21:12 AM
u got buzzed..u got woody

I'm as excited to watch Toy Story 3 as the next person, but you should probably stay away from groups of small children of a little while.
 :lolsign:  :nana:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on July 26, 2010, 11:53:30 AM
:lolup: that's how we fail at quoting <3


fuckin aye, i always do that >.<
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on July 26, 2010, 12:52:03 PM
I just watched "Repulsion" from 1965.  I'm not sure where I read that this was one of the scariest movies of all time, or best horror movies, or some sorta label like that, but I was thoroughly UNimpressed.  I guess it was fairly graphic/gory, at times, for a 45 year-old movie.  I think there was just a single moment that caught me off guard and made me jump a little.

Veeeeeeerrry slow to get going.  It was "interesting" but I can't say that it was good.  The girl playing the lead is a true beauty though.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/repulsion/

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059646/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on July 27, 2010, 11:23:24 AM
Avatar : The Last AirBender  7/10


Having seen this at last,I cannot understand all the hate,and rabid hate at that,for this movie...had no expectations walking in,never saw the Nickelodeon cartoon so had no preconceptions of what was "canon" and what drifted erratically from it. Neither have 99.9% of the haters I suspect. Yet I understood the situation,characters,motives and the Eastern mythology it all swims in. Yes,the acting was wooden at times,the storytelling unclear on points,the 3d version barely 3d,and the modelwork too obvious to this jaded eye of mine (the castles looked like Lionel Trains should be running through them). But the martial arts were wonderful,the scenery sumptuous, the motivations of the characters understandable.Well worth watching if you can forgo blind acceptance of the dozens of critics who have condemned this out of hand.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on July 27, 2010, 11:49:58 AM
,never saw the Nickelodeon cartoon

Trust me, the cartoon is MUCH better than the movie ;D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on July 27, 2010, 12:28:17 PM
The Runaways: 5/10

I'd I was expecting more from this movie.. I'm guessing if i was more involved in the whole Joan Jett thing itd be far more entertaining. Just a basic sex, drugs and Rock n' Roll movie. All underage girls, was a documentary so i guess it was decently done. Not my cuppa tea though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 27, 2010, 12:41:08 PM
I just think that the critics have it in for M. Night Shalamanabananadingdong since his last few movies weren't particularly amazing. I never thought ANY of his movies were particularly amazing, myself.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on July 27, 2010, 08:17:01 PM
Shutter Island, 8.5/10

I heared mixed reviews about it, but I thought it was very good.  The ending could of been better, but a crazy mental instutuion makes for a good movie.

I have to give a 10/10 for Bram Stoker's Dracula, going to watch Interview with a Vampire again  : )
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 27, 2010, 10:12:05 PM
I heared mixed reviews about it, but I thought it was very good.  The ending could of been better,

I could of heared, but my's ears was brokened. :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: CodeBlack on July 28, 2010, 06:05:46 AM
Shutter Island, 8.5/10

I heared mixed reviews about it, but I thought it was very good.  The ending could of been better, but a crazy mental instutuion makes for a good movie.

I have to give a 10/10 for Bram Stoker's Dracula, going to watch Interview with a Vampire again  : )

Either the storyline of this movie hits you or it doesn't, and it hit me like a truck, it's a bit too predictable but i still thought it was a good movie..  :righteous:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 03, 2010, 07:01:46 AM
The Promotion 1/10

I'm so sick of these movies that hold contests to see who can put the fewest actual jokes into a 2 hour time slot. It's so lacking in humor that I almost think that it was supposed to be a drama. No matter what your tastes are in comedy, the fact is that a joke is the practice of setting up pins (people expectations of events) and knocking them down. This movie, as with SOOO many other comedy wannabies, spends a huge amount of time stacking pins on top of eachother and then asks Calista Flockhart to push them over. How are you knocking over pins if they were going to fall on their own? Every joke is pathetic and is better told in a conversation rather than acted out in a movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on August 03, 2010, 08:23:10 AM
Stuff I watch on HBO:

The hangover

The Science of Sleep

Changeling

Harry Potter(recent one, I can't keep up with the title these days)

...and there's probably some more, but I can't remember.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on August 03, 2010, 01:20:09 PM
kickass... 6/10...pussy superhero, simple plot/predictable.... :raincloud:


10/10 for the little girl, straight beast   :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on August 14, 2010, 04:09:45 AM
Reservoir Dogs... had never seen it.  Eh, hmm... maybe a 6.5/10?  I know its one of the more acclaimed movies out there, but I wasn't all that impressed.  The acting was pretty good overall, but I guess the story, for me, wasn't that amazing.  Had some cool scenes (EAR, OUCH!), but wasn't the amazing movie-watching experience I thought it might be.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 16, 2010, 08:29:19 PM
Dark Star

I want to give this movie a 10/10. Watched it based on a funny video that was posted here a long time ago. It is without a doubt a very enjoyable and funny movie. It is also a very real entry in the sci-fi genre. Not the action/horror sci-fi that we are used to today. (Don't get me wrong, I love action sci-fi. Especially John Carpenter's The Thing who happens to be the same director)

It was just very hard to let go and enjoy the movie. There was a lot of funny slapstick and the ending was brilliant. It just was very watered down and campy. The acting also didn't fit the jokes. I'm going to compromise and give it an 8.5/10. Watch it and love it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on August 16, 2010, 08:33:40 PM
Inception- 10/10



AMAZING movie! I was a little confused in the beginning, but after the first 10 minutes I understood most of it. Completely amazing from start to finish!!  :righteous:

I can certainly relate to this story, because Ill be damned if none of that happened to me in a dream. :mrgreen:

GREAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTT MOVIE!  :headbang:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on August 16, 2010, 08:37:04 PM
ya I also watched inception, as many others have said predictable ending but it's still an enjoyable one. though we didnt see if the spinning top ever fell or not! very good film.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on August 16, 2010, 08:39:27 PM
I was a little confused in the beginning

The first 2 minutes I already knew what was going on. I really liked that movie though. I have to watch that again...possibly bootleg :???: :yessign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on August 16, 2010, 08:40:48 PM
ya I also watched inception, as many others have said predictable ending but it's still an enjoyable one. though we didnt see if the spinning top ever fell or not! very good film.

 :yessign: It was also very good looking too :D  


Also, Its not james bond meets the matrix; it more like The Matrix meets the Matrix meets the Matrix meets The Matrix :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on August 16, 2010, 09:26:00 PM
hmm, I thoguht inception was just okay, despite everyone saying it was awesome, but I thought the last air bender was very good, despite everyone saying it was bad :).

a-team, watched the first 20 minutes, seemed pretty bad.

x-men wolvernine origins, actually very good.  the pacific, it's like band of brothers, so it's very good but not as good :).
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Gouki on August 16, 2010, 09:51:25 PM
inception
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 16, 2010, 09:52:43 PM
Dark Star
[...]
It was just very hard to let go and enjoy the movie. There was a lot of funny slapstick and the ending was brilliant. It just was very watered down and campy. The acting also didn't fit the jokes. I'm going to compromise and give it an 8.5/10. Watch it and love it.

Hehehe.  I :heart: Dark Star, but I can typically only recommend it to a small percentage of friends who I think would really enjoy it.

Good for you! You've decided to clean the elevator.

Wikipedia contains this tidbit, interesting if accurate: "Originally the film was a 45 minute student short filmed on 16mm film. The movie was seen by producer Jack H. Harris, who gained the theatrical distribution rights to the film, and arranged for it to be transferred to 35mm, and paid for the addition of 38 minutes which brought the movie up to feature film length."

I'm curious which scenes the 45 minute version included.

. :dohdohdoh: . (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2F0dHVZAm8)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 17, 2010, 03:59:41 AM
Miracle at St. Anna - 10/10

I've seen a few Spike Lee films before. I hated them all. But this one was fucking beautiful. SEE THIS MOVIE!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 18, 2010, 07:20:34 PM
Cop Out

Directed By Kevin Smith / 10



I really liked it. It played out like a pretty good typical cop comedy. Tracy Morgan isn't funny, as usual, but Bruce Willis more than makes up for it. The other thing that I noticed is that it's rated R because it should be. It's not one of those awful comedies that are pushed up to an R rating solely in an attempt to get a bigger audience. It seems like my kind of comedy is coming back in style.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on August 20, 2010, 08:21:48 PM
BEST SHORT MOVIE EVER MADE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcwi_hmhxGs

100000000/10!

 :smiley_abfr: :smiley_aaxx: :worship: :smiley_abvm:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2010, 03:21:46 AM
PEW! PEW! PEW! :rocketright: :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on August 21, 2010, 07:47:34 AM
BEST SHORT MOVIE EVER MADE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcwi_hmhxGs

100000000/10!

 :smiley_abfr: :smiley_aaxx: :worship: :smiley_abvm:

I actually watched that.  You tricked me!  Why would you do such a thing?  That was the worst thing I've ever seen.  You're heartless.  How dare you!

I saw Salt recently too.  Another "meh" movie.  It was reasonably entertaining overall, I suppose.  Scrawny Angelina kicking guys asses is a tough one for me to buy.  Worth seeing I suppose, but only if it's free.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2010, 08:15:48 AM
I remember seeing a short trailer of it on TV. I noticed her doing some wall-walk hook punch on a guy. I also noticed how SHITTY it was. She barely climbed the fucking wall. If they'd put some mediocre poor clip of action like that in the trailer as a hook to get people to come see it, I can't imagine the rest of it was any better.

Also, I don't see what people find so attractive about her. When she was younger, hell yeah, she was hot. But these days she looks like she's had too much collagen and silicone pumped into them lips and tittays. I don't guess her looks have faded as much as Jennifer Anniston's though. Way to trade UP, Mr. Pitt. That's how its done, gentlemen.  :bravo:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 21, 2010, 09:14:39 AM
i agree i just watched the promotion for the first time...TERRIBLE
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 21, 2010, 02:53:22 PM
The Losers 9/10

I'm giving this one a high rating for 2 reasons. First, they blew plenty of things up without any attempt (which always ends up failing) at a real plot. Second, they didn't hold back on any reasonable plot points just for a contrived sense of making a sequel. They did try to set up a sequel but they didn't tank the whole movie in order to do so. It was more like adding a few additional resolution scenes for humor value.

Ended campy but I saw people blow up and get shot. And I honestly hated the bad guy. Too many high budget films have no interest in showing you a bad guy. Only identifying the main antagonist. Hooray for mindless blood and guts!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 29, 2010, 04:20:23 PM
Today's playlist of movies while working:

Missionary Man
The Mechanik
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist
Evolution
Interception
Die Hard 4 <-- currently on

Next up:
Doom


Anyone else would throw up at that selection. Me, I love them. Cheesy mindless action baby!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on August 29, 2010, 04:26:34 PM
Salt      :zzz:/10



 :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 29, 2010, 10:56:53 PM
Demon Seed (http://movies.tvguide.com/demon-seed/review/112683)  (1977)

DVR'd this on TCM.  Was expecting some campy/cheesy sci-fi thriller, but it was surprisingly good (perhaps considering my low expectations? But anyway...)


 --------


Inception (http://movies.tvguide.com/inception/review/305285)  (2010)

Really enjoyed this.  (Being aware of some of the plot contrivances being used to add tension and pacing to the story didn't bother me while watching it.  As one reviewer puts it: "Logic isn’t what matters most in Inception, though. For all the detailed talk about mazes and architecture and chemistry and neuroscience, the movie is most concerned not with the brain but with the heart.")

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Om3ga on August 31, 2010, 09:49:37 PM
Juwanna Mann  (2002)

A basketball star after being suspended from the NBA cross dresses, so that he could play in the WNBA.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 01, 2010, 07:22:54 AM
For A Few Dollars More 10/10

Anything with Clint Eastwood is usually awesome (with the exception of Bridges of Madison County :yuck: ). Anything directed by Sergio Leone is always awesome. Most people prefer The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly, but out of all of the films from the Dollars Trilogy, I like this one the best. Compared to most movies from that era and earlier, the way the shots were meticulously planned is quite self evident and genius. I have to wonder why more people haven't attempted to make westerns in that style since. Apparently Leone got a crack at directing The Godfather and turned it down in order to work on something else. Would've been interesting to see how it would've turned out with him in the directors chair. I bet a lot of the cinematography would've ended up looking very different, and thusly several other films and video games since then would've mirrored that style the way they did The Godfather as directed by Coppola.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Mask on September 01, 2010, 08:37:52 AM
Mr. Nobody

Download it, watch it, then thank me later.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 01, 2010, 09:49:09 AM
Anything directed by Sergio Leone is always awesome.
QFT
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on September 02, 2010, 07:55:21 AM
Mr. Nobody

Download it, watch it, then thank me later.

Looks interesting.

I just watched "Sherlock Holmes", the new one, with Robert Downey Jr.  It was pretty good.  Not amazing, but definitely entertaining and worth a look I'd say.  Maybe 7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on September 06, 2010, 01:38:30 PM
Iron Man 2 - Liked it a LOT.  It's been a while since I've seen the first one, so can't give direct comparisons.  I'd say 8/10.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1228705/

Battle Royale - Japanese thriller/action movie, one of the first I've attempted to watch.  Not very good.  I bailed on it about halfway through, then decided I'd finish it up.  Eh, the acting is often overdone or just not very good.  There are a number of killings done with guns, and they are just SO inconsistent and hardly realistic: 9th graders taking like 10+ shots with an uzi, then jumping back up, or having a few dying words to say... or taking ONE bullet from one of the villains and dying instantly.  Would not recommend - 3.5/10
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0266308/
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: CodeBlack on September 07, 2010, 09:30:56 AM
Mr. Nobody

Download it, watch it, then thank me later.

Saw it, was pretty disspointing, slightly confusing, and a boring plot.

Prince of persia : Crap/10. If someone would hand me that script id burn it.

Clash of the titans 6.7/10 : Worth the watch, but slightly over the top..
 :headbang:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 07, 2010, 10:23:19 AM
The Expendables 10000000/10

Everything explodes. It was freaking awesome.  :rocketright: :rocketleft:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on September 30, 2010, 12:11:33 AM
The Great Buck Howard

a must watch for me

9/10

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 30, 2010, 02:11:36 AM
Get Him To The Greek - 9/10

The entire "Jeffrey" scene in the vegas hotel room was a side-splitter.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on October 04, 2010, 05:35:12 AM
Buffalo '66 - 6.9/10

An 18 year old Christina Ricci looking like she needs to get fucked. :bravo:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on October 04, 2010, 06:52:30 AM
Buffalo '66 - 6.9/10
An 18 year old Christina Ricci looking like she needs to get fucked. :bravo:

that strip club was shut down due to drug issues.  I think it's reopening.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 03, 2010, 06:49:52 AM
Resident Evil  :Afterlife
8/10

Too bad I wasnt able to catch it on 3d/imax at the cinema just saw it on DVD  :( .  btw you should be familliar with the resident evil story.

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Pandorum   

9-10
Saw this one on cable and if you like movies like Sunshine and Event Horizon then Go for it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 03, 2010, 05:18:09 PM
Pandorum   

9-10
Saw this one on cable and if you like movies like Sunshine and Event Horizon then Go for it.

Pandorum was amazing. One of those classics I'll never forget. I'm not sure why you're comparing it to Even Horizon though. Event Horizon was an "isolate and kill 1 by 1" movie. Less sci-fi and a lot more horror. Sunshine just plain sucked. I'm embarrassed to call it sci-fi. It's more like a manically depressed emo kid's mandatory english essay about spaceships and outlandish suicides.

(P.S. I really liked Event Horizon. Reminds me of the doom/quake1 plots altered enough for cinema)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 03, 2010, 05:30:11 PM
Farcry - 8/10
Uwe Boll movie, so I expect nobody to agree with me. It was just an action/adventure style movie with a cheesy sci-fi channel plot. The action/adventure aspects were really fun though. Very 70's James Bond style. I.E. there's a scene where they shoot a grapple through the roof of a car and attach to a helicopter which flies them over a cliff. Very fun an unrealistic action, like the good old days.

Boondock Saints - 9/10
A little overly violent for my taste, but it was really good. The also drop the f-bomb so much that it looses all meaning when they get mad. Kind of comical.

I define overly violent as:
1) needlessly shaking the camera as if it's part of some kind of film making quota
2) making bones crunch every time you punch someone even though it's neither possible or cool by any stretch of the imagination
3) everybody screams for about 5 minutes before shooting at which point 3 women, 5 children, 12 old men, and a bus full of nuns are required to be shot in the face at least once.

Basically the action is not taken serious and is portrayed as dark-comedy rather than exciting explosions.

The Last Of The Living - 6/10
Very funny, well made, cool, and engaging Zombie movie. It's essentially the Down Under rip off of 28 days later, but it's pretty unique and very funny. The only reason it's not a 10/10 is because despite the otherwise good nature of the movie, the film quality makes you want to puke. I think they filmed it entirely on a cellphone camera from 2002. If you can get through the film quality without the onset of migraines, I highly recommend it!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on November 03, 2010, 06:06:06 PM
Blood and Bone

9/10

I thought this would be a shitty film but ended up being rather good, sick fighting scenes as well, decent plot, good ending.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on November 03, 2010, 07:01:19 PM
event horizon was good
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Acer on November 03, 2010, 07:43:06 PM
Sunshine just plain sucked. I'm embarrassed to call it sci-fi. It's more like a manically depressed emo kid's mandatory english essay about spaceships and outlandish suicides.
Dude totally disagree with that, mainly because it's plain wrong. You obviously haven't seen more than parts of it or your head must have been somewhere else. Then again most of the times I disagree with your "reviews" and I usually don't watch anything that you really really recommend and I recommend others to do the same.;P
For instance on IMDb.com Farcry scores a 3.3 (against your 8) and Pandorum gets a 6.9 (against your "amazing") which is actually not bad. But Sunshine is still rated a 7.3. I mean come on don't just say it plain sucks if something isn't your taste. I'm a movie freak myself but I guess some people just watch too many movies in a short amount of time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on November 04, 2010, 09:20:23 AM
reviews ARE personal opinions & moddb.com has good ratings for some pretty crappy movies, etc (I liked sunshine enough I bought it on BD).
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 04, 2010, 06:09:45 PM
Sunshine just plain sucked. I'm embarrassed to call it sci-fi. It's more like a manically depressed emo kid's mandatory english essay about spaceships and outlandish suicides.
Dude totally disagree with that, mainly because it's plain wrong. You obviously haven't seen more than parts of it or your head must have been somewhere else. Then again most of the times I disagree with your "reviews" and I usually don't watch anything that you really really recommend and I recommend others to do the same.;P
For instance on IMDb.com Farcry scores a 3.3 (against your 8) and Pandorum gets a 6.9 (against your "amazing") which is actually not bad. But Sunshine is still rated a 7.3. I mean come on don't just say it plain sucks if something isn't your taste. I'm a movie freak myself but I guess some people just watch too many movies in a short amount of time.
I'd like to give you a few more imdb ratings to see how you think they stand:
"24" = 8.8
Lost = 8.7
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Titanic = 7.4
wizard of oz = 8.3
Casablanca = 8.8
Gone with the wind = 8.2
Dirty Harry = 7.9
Bullit = 7.5
E.T = 7.9
Night of the living dead = 8.0
Nightmare on Elm Street = 7.4

We're talking movies that get perfect ratings from all credible film critics (save titanic. yuck) that are knocked down 2 points just from crappy users. In fact, they just added a feature where critical reviews trump user reviews.

At IMDB, films are never judged by people who like the genre in question, but by a majority of people who prefer a different genre and arbitrarily bump down the rating. On top of that, several movies get trolled, especially uwe boll films. I guarantee that at least half of the votes on imdb didn't watch the film. You especially get it for TV shows. The user rating for Extreme Home Makover is 6.0, yet it's an extremely popular show and the critical rating that trumps it is 10/10.

You can usually rely on the user reviews though. The content is filtered by votes for usefulness. So you can read the best and worst review and get a pretty consistently correct view of any movie.


I's been a while since I saw sunshine almost immediately when it came out on video, thinking it'd be a lot like supernova. So bear with me if I miss some parts:

Setting, a group of underaged, underqualified "scientists" set out on a  voyage to reset the sun. Very quickly into the movie several crew members start to act irrational, but NO OTHER CHARACTERS think twice about this and nothing is done. One member starts to get violent, at which point they find the stranded first ship. The smartest members of the crew decide that visiting the first ship is certain doom, and they are right because it is this huge giant mistake that causes any plot to exist. Then a magical sun god appears and starts melting people. (not kidding.. it's quite puzzling why they thought this made sense). Shortly after all but 3 people are dead. The computer magically (never reasonable explained) runs out of power and a crew member has to lower cooling cells into coolant. Instead of lowering the cells, he decides to swim in the coolant and kills himself.

Last and not least, the only surviving member enters into the Sci-Fi channel's Cube and fights the sun god one last time before killing himself to restart the sun. If I've missed any of the terrible writing, please correct me.

Oh right, the sound track has also been known to induce brain hemorrhages.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 04, 2010, 06:13:31 PM
No matter what, Im a sucker for movies like event horizon, Pandorum and Sunshine.
If anyone out there also knows some GOOD movies similliar to these ones pls. post it here..
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on November 04, 2010, 07:27:22 PM
Setting, a group of underaged, underqualified "scientists" set out on a  voyage to reset the sun. Very quickly into the movie several crew members start to act irrational, but NO OTHER CHARACTERS think twice about this and nothing is done. One member starts to get violent, at which point they find the stranded first ship. The smartest members of the crew decide that visiting the first ship is certain doom, and they are right because it is this huge giant mistake that causes any plot to exist. Then a magical sun god appears and starts melting people. (not kidding.. it's quite puzzling why they thought this made sense). Shortly after all but 3 people are dead. The computer magically (never reasonable explained) runs out of power and a crew member has to lower cooling cells into coolant. Instead of lowering the cells, he decides to swim in the coolant and kills himself.

Last and not least, the only surviving member enters into the Sci-Fi channel's Cube and fights the sun god one last time before killing himself to restart the sun. If I've missed any of the terrible writing, please correct me.

Since I like the movie I'll explain (doesn't mean I expect you to like the movie).
The first group of highly-qualified guys goes off in to space & is never heard from again.  So they send in the JV squad.  The crew find out they can only make one more message to earth & the scientist guy uses up all the transmission because he is emotional & the other who wants to send a loving message home is pissed & they fight.  The ship is mishandled by the pilot guy & that in turn fries their O2/food making room.  They not can't go back to earth.  They find out about the ship & the smartest members of the crew believe it's the BEST idea (the scientists guy) because then they could have 2 bombs vs one.  A bonus would be the possibility of food + more O2.  They get on the ship, find the ship's computer dead, all the people fried (the psych guy says it's because they didn't want to live in space forever, but it's confirmed they killed themselves) except the captain & the food/O2 room wonderful.  They get back on their ship & find out they don't have enough air any more & the computer tells them there's an extra person on board.   The crispy captain kills asian lady when she sees the garden is regrowing, then he goes & starts breaking the computer.  Then he tries to kill the other pal white chick.  She runs to the bomb part of the ship.  The scientist guy escapes crispy captain by locking himself in a room with space suits.  Crispy captain heads to bomb part.  The emotional guy sees the computers are out of the coolant because the crispy captain pulled them out & broke the controls to put them back in (same thing he did on the other ship).  He uses his weight to put them back in the coolant but gets stuck & freezes to death (so computers die).  Scientist guy heads to bomb section in space suit & blows himself out of an airlock to "fly" towards bomb part which the crispy captain set free.  I forget the exact next sequence of events, but the crispy captain kills pale white chick after chase, there's a talk about the crispy captain seeing God & being told he must let earth die at all costs & the scientist guy says he doesn't believe in God, then the scientist guy blows up the bomb & saves the solar system.

Besides all the technical far-out stuff & the ocational strange scenario, I found it entertaining.  I would of found it more interesting if instead of saying God told him to let earth die it would of been him saying he must let earth die to prove God doesn't exist (would of made more sense based on his actions).
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on November 04, 2010, 07:29:13 PM
No matter what, Im a sucker for movies like event horizon, Pandorum and Sunshine.
If anyone out there also knows some GOOD movies similliar to these ones pls. post it here..

Earth Star Voyager.  An old made-for-TV movie by Disney about a group of kids that are recruited for a 20 year journey to earth's nearest habitatal planet in another solar system.  They're kids because it will take 20 years there, 5 there & 20 back, so they'll be in their 50's & 60's when they get back.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Acer on November 05, 2010, 12:25:27 PM
Moon (2009 with Sam Rockwell). One man, stationed on the moon...
You will enjoy this movie the most if you can avoid plot summaries and spoilers.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 05, 2010, 01:12:55 PM
Nightmare on Elm Street = 7.4

Nightmare on Elm Street sucked balls. I don't know about the new one that came out a year or two ago, but the original one from the 80's with Johnny Depp getting eaten by his bed (which was probably the only good part of the movie)... yeah, awful.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on November 05, 2010, 07:15:46 PM
event horizon 8.5/10

  :yessign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on November 05, 2010, 08:30:36 PM
Room 1408
Probably the best hotel based horror movie since the Shining.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on November 19, 2010, 04:45:58 AM
A Few Good Men.

A good movie. I actually liked it. I thought it was going to suck. But I was wrong :bump:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: {TNP}Dukie on November 19, 2010, 05:42:48 AM
This shall be the next movie I see...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx_zo5CCURs
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on November 19, 2010, 06:49:03 AM
Quote from: &#123;TNP}Dukie on November 19, 2010, 05:42:48 AM
Quote from: {TNP}Dukie on November 19, 2010, 05:42:48 AM
This shall be the next movie I see...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx_zo5CCURs

"... Magic...motherfuckah!" :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Waffle Whiffer on November 19, 2010, 07:39:45 AM
That guy is great on Eastbound & Down on HBO.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 20, 2010, 04:03:54 AM
Solomon Kane   
6/10

I could compare this to a soup that could have been magnifico if enough salt was added.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on November 20, 2010, 04:14:52 AM
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I. Way better than the other one that came out last year. I just wish I could see the part 2 of the movie.
Also! I wish Emma Watson hadn't cut her hair. Too digress even further, I propose this picture to you all



 ...



(http://i936.photobucket.com/albums/ad203/swisscheevious/thherm.gif) :LolLolLolLol:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 20, 2010, 06:46:41 PM
Predators 5/10

Tried to lean on plot, and the plot was lame. It also tried to make the over the top action, even more over the top. As if they tried to construct a roof on top of another roof just so they could be extra over the top when they stand on it and make things explode. The worst part is the explanation for the Dr. Not only is it lame, the film would have been better without it.

The last thing that really irks me is that they take the viewer's knowledge of predators for granted, but then suddenly drastically change them. So you know all their tricks from the other movies, but you never get to see them. Then when their usual tricks could be used at their best, they suddenly don't have them anymore. I think that this movie has more to do with the games than the originals.

All-in-all it's lame and comparable to the AVP movies. Except maybe the script. The dialog in this is by far worse than the 2 AVP movies.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 20, 2010, 07:16:06 PM
the inside man
9/10

A must watch..
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 21, 2010, 09:46:08 AM
Setting, a group of underaged, underqualified "scientists" set out on a  voyage to reset the sun. Very quickly into the movie several crew members start to act irrational, but NO OTHER CHARACTERS think twice about this and nothing is done. One member starts to get violent, at which point they find the stranded first ship. The smartest members of the crew decide that visiting the first ship is certain doom, and they are right because it is this huge giant mistake that causes any plot to exist. Then a magical sun god appears and starts melting people. (not kidding.. it's quite puzzling why they thought this made sense). Shortly after all but 3 people are dead. The computer magically (never reasonable explained) runs out of power and a crew member has to lower cooling cells into coolant. Instead of lowering the cells, he decides to swim in the coolant and kills himself.

Last and not least, the only surviving member enters into the Sci-Fi channel's Cube and fights the sun god one last time before killing himself to restart the sun. If I've missed any of the terrible writing, please correct me.

Since I like the movie I'll explain (doesn't mean I expect you to like the movie).
The first group of highly-qualified guys goes off in to space & is never heard from again.  So they send in the JV squad.  The crew find out they can only make one more message to earth & the scientist guy uses up all the transmission because he is emotional & the other who wants to send a loving message home is pissed & they fight.  The ship is mishandled by the pilot guy & that in turn fries their O2/food making room.  They not can't go back to earth.  They find out about the ship & the smartest members of the crew believe it's the BEST idea (the scientists guy) because then they could have 2 bombs vs one.  A bonus would be the possibility of food + more O2.  They get on the ship, find the ship's computer dead, all the people fried (the psych guy says it's because they didn't want to live in space forever, but it's confirmed they killed themselves) except the captain & the food/O2 room wonderful.  They get back on their ship & find out they don't have enough air any more & the computer tells them there's an extra person on board.   The crispy captain kills asian lady when she sees the garden is regrowing, then he goes & starts breaking the computer.  Then he tries to kill the other pal white chick.  She runs to the bomb part of the ship.  The scientist guy escapes crispy captain by locking himself in a room with space suits.  Crispy captain heads to bomb part.  The emotional guy sees the computers are out of the coolant because the crispy captain pulled them out & broke the controls to put them back in (same thing he did on the other ship).  He uses his weight to put them back in the coolant but gets stuck & freezes to death (so computers die).  Scientist guy heads to bomb section in space suit & blows himself out of an airlock to "fly" towards bomb part which the crispy captain set free.  I forget the exact next sequence of events, but the crispy captain kills pale white chick after chase, there's a talk about the crispy captain seeing God & being told he must let earth die at all costs & the scientist guy says he doesn't believe in God, then the scientist guy blows up the bomb & saves the solar system.

Besides all the technical far-out stuff & the ocational strange scenario, I found it entertaining.  I would of found it more interesting if instead of saying God told him to let earth die it would of been him saying he must let earth die to prove God doesn't exist (would of made more sense based on his actions).

I actually understand the movie quite well. All of the questions I pose I know the answer to. One thing that many people overlook is that the original plot is a re-hash of the Lost In Space movie. The idea is that they've used up their last shot and that this is their next best shot.

My problem with the movie is that the writing was so bad that almost half of the important plot points are under told for the sake of making the most eccentric scene humanly possible. For example, the coolant scene I describe. The actual intent was for the computer to have overheated, without loosing power, and that to get the computer back online, the coolant rods have to be replaced. What's never clarified is whether it is a power or computer problem. It took the fans on IMDB quite a bit of discussion before deciding what happened. The other piece is that when the computer comes back online, it's only partially online. The movie itself makes no reasonable effort to explain this. It just focuses on making the coolant bath the most eccentric suicide ever concocted. Once again, it took true fans of this movie a bit of discussion and review in order to make sense of this.

The movie failed to tell the story, only act as some kind of picture book with limited explanations. If you enjoyed the visuals and the eccentric nature, then it's fine... but to me a movie is a story telling technique first and a sequence of appealing visuals second. Whether a story is good or not, failing to tell that story is the fastest way to get me to dislike a movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on November 21, 2010, 10:05:15 AM
My problem with the movie is that the writing was so bad that almost half of the important plot points are under told for the sake of making the most eccentric scene humanly possible. For example, the coolant scene I describe. The actual intent was for the computer to have overheated, without loosing power, and that to get the computer back online, the coolant rods have to be replaced. What's never clarified is whether it is a power or computer problem. It took the fans on IMDB quite a bit of discussion before deciding what happened. The other piece is that when the computer comes back online, it's only partially online. The movie itself makes no reasonable effort to explain this. It just focuses on making the coolant bath the most eccentric suicide ever concocted. Once again, it took true fans of this movie a bit of discussion and review in order to make sense of this.

The people on imdb.com don't seem to bright to begin with.  ;)  BUT... those things I understood when I watched it (I understood the computer were overheating & they controlled the whole aspect of the ship,  having run a computer w/o a fan by accident I knew what he was trying to prevent: like modern power plants, w/o the computer it won't run).  My wife had no clue what was going on & it's for the same reason you said: nothing really clarified, they assumed you know certain things ahead of time.  They tried to make the movie to "smart" when it should of just been a rehash of "Alien" imho.  :D

2010 is a far better "we're in space all alone" movie.  Much more "realistic" situations (baring the whole fact that Jupiter turns in to a sun).
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 21, 2010, 04:20:52 PM
contact

8/10

oh yeah i watched it again for the nth time and still is good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 23, 2010, 07:59:33 PM
Watchmen

8/10
just saw it on hbo. No wonder it really wasnt a blockbuster hit. The story is so dark. But I do find it quite entertaining even if Im not a watchmen comic book fan.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on November 24, 2010, 07:35:41 PM
Law Abiding Citizen

8/10

A must see also with those clever ideas to extract vengeance.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 03, 2010, 05:31:23 PM
The Departed - 10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on December 03, 2010, 08:32:41 PM
Great movie. I hated the banter between Baldwin and Walberg though. Doing the dramatic camera switching during it was corny.


That's my only complaint.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 13, 2010, 07:02:21 PM
The Road

Take 2 Zanex and Remove any sharp objects from the house / 10


SOOOO DEPRESSING  :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 13, 2010, 09:36:05 PM
Take 2 Zanex

Are you advocating drug abuse?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 14, 2010, 02:40:35 AM
Take 2 Zanex

Are you advocating drug abuse?

Zanex is a perscription drug. I've known someone who used up to 4 in a day without becoming Dependant. Although, knowing him, had he become dependant, he'd be too depressed to try to get more. (I know that he wasn't dependant because he would go weeks and months without a refill, which ended up being a bad thing)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on December 29, 2010, 06:45:42 PM
The Boondock Saints

fucking amazing film

9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 29, 2010, 07:34:39 PM
1408

7.5/10

haunted hotel movie, although I prefer the shining

 :frag:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on December 30, 2010, 12:10:47 AM
Skyline

DUDE you should all see this, this movie is very disturbing.  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on January 01, 2011, 12:29:46 PM
Robin Hood, 8/10

It's a good movie because it keeps you entertained almost throughout every minute.  Not the best but definitely worth seeing if you can't find a movie to watch.

 :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 01, 2011, 12:40:13 PM
Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay - 2/10

I can't believe the first one made enough money to make someone say, "Hey, it'd be a great idea to make a sequel!" Don't waste your time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 05, 2011, 07:15:05 PM
The Last Exorcism 1/10

I almost got away with watching all but the last 5 minutes, which was pretty cool. It had a very valid and interesting plot about exposing exorcisms as frauds because of a news article in which a boy is suffocated by exorcists thinking they are banishing a demon. The last 5 minutes, eh not so much. They rolled every single horror movie into one in some kind of blitzkreig attempt at bieng creepy. The ending was more like the wickerman that has rosemaries baby at the Blair witch's house, who babysits the children of the corn, located in the village of the damned.

It was such a great movie, but the ending was absolute dog vomit. What a freaking waste.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 10, 2011, 07:58:55 PM
TRON Legacy.

8/10, enjoyed it!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on January 16, 2011, 10:55:25 AM
A-Team.
5/10.

It's lots of really cool scenes put together in a movie.  and I mean REALLY cool scenes.  :)  You can tell some is CGI but it didn't matter, it's still fun to watch, but as a whole story I had to watch it a second time to understand why things were happening.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on January 16, 2011, 03:35:38 PM
Unstopabble
6.5/10

cant say it sucks and cant say its good. At least its a denzel washington movie. Still worth it and way way way way much better that those Nicholas Cage movies.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: erik on January 18, 2011, 04:07:49 AM
The Expendables

3/10

Action, good.  Story, bad.  Dialogue, bad.  So corny.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 18, 2011, 07:17:38 PM
The Expendables

3/10

Action, good.  Story, bad.  Dialogue, bad.  So corny.
:LAME:

Expendables was awesome. Jason Statham is going to start throwing knives at you for that comment.
 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on January 18, 2011, 07:56:32 PM
Twilight 1,2,3.

10/10/10

TEAM WOLF BOI FTW
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on January 18, 2011, 08:02:34 PM
But on a serious note....

Re-watched "Red"

8/10

Awesome flick...John Malkovich is a God, enough said.  :rockon:

Grown Ups

5/10

Not as funny as I thought it would be...there are a couple hilarious parts but didn't keep me laughing all the way through as I thought it would.  :oops:

Little Fockers

2/10 

Bout the dumbest fucking movie I've seen to date.   Robert De Niro can't even make this movie good and he's a great actor.  :LAME:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on January 18, 2011, 08:23:28 PM
I just learned imax is _the_ best thing since sliced bread

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on January 18, 2011, 08:36:03 PM
Don't Mess with Zohan
2/10.

Some cool scenes & I like the idea of a super-anti-terrorist-agent becomes a hairdresser but most of the movie is him having sex with old ladies.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on January 18, 2011, 08:45:25 PM
Don't Mess with Zohan

what can you expect from an Adam Sandler movie .. But I did like Big Daddy even if it was cheesy  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on January 19, 2011, 04:53:49 AM
I thought Big Daddy & Happy Gilmore were pretty funny.  Even the movie about the game developers was pretty funny.  This one was just stupid. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on January 19, 2011, 09:29:45 AM
Despicable Me
7.5/10

Was a good watch.

The last Air Bender.
6/10
Expected so much more. The two co-stars sucked soooooo hard in the movie. The end of this was pretty damn cool.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 19, 2011, 06:38:25 PM
Devil

I don't know how to rate it. but I'm extremely glad that this movie exists. It's written in a very classic horror story way. It's not a super duper awesome plot but it has a solid plot. There absolutely NO attempt to "make room for a sequel" or kill off the main characters for no bloody good reason just because the writers couldn't decide on an ending. I'm satisfied with the ending because the movie was satisfied with it's own ending. Very good example of solid writing. All of the throw up inducing tripe coming out of Hollywood can take a lesson from this one. Storytelling first.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Laurelin on January 19, 2011, 07:15:18 PM
facebook movie

Quite interesting.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on January 19, 2011, 10:08:29 PM
MTV's The Head Saves the Earth (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjmBaxgwyXY)

One of my favorite movies.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on January 24, 2011, 05:57:06 PM

Glengarry Glen Ross (http://movies.tvguide.com/glengarry-glen-ross/review/128805) (1992)

Rented it on iTunes yesterday for 99 cents.  Good flick.

From the review: "Another seamy slice of life from acclaimed playwright David Mamet, GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS is a searing showcase for a remarkable ensemble cast. ... Director James Foley turns the screenplay's staginess into an asset, creating a claustrophobic vision of hell as a place where we're all fighting for survival, clutching a sweat-stained, dog-eared pile of bad leads."

Here's the two minute "fucking short version" :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvhCNMz-Po4


:dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on January 24, 2011, 10:24:04 PM
"bull shit bull shit -- kiss my ass!"

"Fuck the fucken -- fuck you!" :LolLolLolLol:

I think I've seen this movie when I was like 4 or 5 years old.

The Score also had some funny cursing in it :bump:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Defiant! on January 25, 2011, 05:34:37 AM
Glengarry Glen Ross (http://movies.tvguide.com/glengarry-glen-ross/review/128805) (1992)

You just cost me $6,000.  $6,000.00!

heh
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 25, 2011, 05:44:45 AM
cop out

I had to urinate thrice during the film, I could've held two of them but decided to pause anyway and take a slash for fear of pissing myself with laughter.

good times, 8/10, silly but funny film
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on January 25, 2011, 08:05:55 AM
hurricane w/ denzel washington

9/10

wallstreet w/ michael douglas and even stephen

4/10

cyrus ( :wtf: )

5.5/10

inception w/ LEO DICAPRIO!!!!!!!

7.5/10

kick ass w/ nerds and mclovin

8/10

2 meaningless chick flicks that I didn't even want to know the titles of

0/10

Trailer park boys episodes that I've seen countless times

11/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on January 25, 2011, 09:51:20 AM
Kick-Ass

Not too bad.

I found it kinda odd that Aaron Johnson is with Sam Taylor-Wood, and had a child together! (http://gossip.whyfame.com/sam-taylor-wood-and-kick-ass-star-aaron-johnson-expecting-4427) :WTF:

 But hey, to each his own.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 25, 2011, 02:02:01 PM
That baby is destined to be ugly enough to stop a clock. If God has any sense of decency, that will baby will be born with a bag over it's head.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on January 25, 2011, 10:31:43 PM
I found it kinda odd that Aaron Johnson is with Sam Taylor-Wood, and had a child together! (http://gossip.whyfame.com/sam-taylor-wood-and-kick-ass-star-aaron-johnson-expecting-4427) :WTF:


My mouth literally dropped when I found this out :smileeek:



That baby is destined to be ugly enough to stop a clock. If God has any sense of decency, that will baby will be born with a bag over it's head.

 :o :eek:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 02, 2011, 08:26:10 PM
Starz is having some 30th anniversary promotion with DishNetwork so I'm getting a bunch of different Starz channels free until Feb 2012. GOOD! The movie channels that come with the Dish500 package suck for the most part.

Zombieland - 8/10

Not really the best zombie movie I've ever seen but it's still very entertaining. Nothing else so far really compares to Dawn of the Dead with Sarah Polley and Ving Rhames.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 02, 2011, 10:55:22 PM
Inception 10/10

Wow.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on February 03, 2011, 04:03:29 AM
Inception 10/10

Wow.

 :ilysign: :rockon: :heart:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 03, 2011, 10:20:28 AM
That was a good movie. Yeah :afro:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 03, 2011, 08:54:37 PM
Red - 8/10

Pretty funny. And Mary-Louise Parker is probably the best looking 46 year old I've ever seen. MILF!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 04, 2011, 12:10:05 AM
Machete - 9/10

Robert Rodriguez is the shit. I laughed my balls off at the scene where he cuts the guys gut open and uses his intestines to jump out a window and repel down to a lower level. :D PERFECTO!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 04, 2011, 07:41:11 PM
The American - 8/10

Nothing particularly wrong with this movie, but I couldn't rate it any higher based on the lack of depth from the story. I guess by that I'm mainly referring to it's relatively small cast as well as the limited background you learn about each character, but I guess the screenplay was written like that for a good reason. I suppose if you knew any more about the characters it would remove some of the mystery and suspense from the plot. Still a pretty good movie, definitely worth the price to rent it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 06, 2011, 03:45:03 AM
Yogi Bear


I can't rate it because I didn't get to watch much of it. It holds the kids attention like an episode of murder she wrote. From what I saw, I liked it. I just don't think that it is a good idea for little kids.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 06, 2011, 11:42:42 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAXIB91nvxE :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 07, 2011, 08:03:43 PM
Brooklyn's Finest - 6.9/10

I suppose it was worth the ticket price in the theater if you had absolutely nothing better to do that night. A better movie to rent or watch on a premium movie channel. Richard Gere is a bad actor as always. Luckily he doesn't say too much though. Don Cheadle, Ethan Hawke, Wesley Snipes, they're okay.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on February 07, 2011, 08:12:39 PM
Damage (2009) - Steve Austin

5-10

Austin should go back to WWE..
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 07, 2011, 09:54:53 PM
Damage (2009) - Steve Austin

5-10

Austin should go back to WWE..

Wow, you watched that? You must have a masochist bone there boy. Might as well slam your nuts in the silverware drawer, it'll be over quicker.  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on February 07, 2011, 10:26:38 PM
nothing good was on TV.. At least he didnt talked much like that John Cena movie. That really took away my boner  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 08, 2011, 07:04:43 PM
The Social Network 3hours/10

Long ass movie, just as dumb as I expected. It was erroneously described to me as the next pirates of silicon valley, but it really is a money driven mockumentary that is both disgustingly pro-facebook and needlessly "sexed up" to up the rating. The real story of facebook involves the downfall of myspace, the rise of web2.0 and the endless drum-beat of 2008 webinars of the value of personal RSS feeds (including twitter). This story focuses instead on who got screwed out of what money and why the CEO "isn't such a bad guy after all." In fact, they even mention bill gates in the movie, and he's kept entirely in a favorable light.

My favorite quote is "We need more money to upgrade to linux and apache"... traditionally both free technologies making the LAMP setup so favorable to small businesses in recent years. Had they spent time to discuss this, then the movie would have been much more interesting.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on February 08, 2011, 07:35:36 PM
facebook is garbage anyways, it could dissapear and no one would notice
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 08, 2011, 10:09:09 PM
The Pacific - 9.8/10

Not a movie. It's a 10 part HBO mini-series that came out this summer that my old lady got for me on DVD. Pretty much the pacific theater equivalent of Band of Brothers. It was pretty good, although it skipped several parts of the war in the pacific I guess to make it fit within the timeframe of 10 one hour long episodes. I thought it was spectacular and beautifully done. I would've given it a 10 out of 10 but (and I can't believe I of all people am saying this) I thought it contained a few completely needless scenes of nudity. They could have left those scenes out or at least not shown the tits and ass and it would've been just as good. It added NOTHING to the series. Felt as though they did it only because, like they say in Hollywood, "sex sells."
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on February 08, 2011, 11:43:51 PM
facebook is garbage anyways, it could dissapear and no one would notice

If you're not being sarcastic and I'm not catching it, I'm dumb.  But uh, I know of 20 women that come to mind instantly that would throw a fucking fit if facebook went down.  Between their gay ass farmvilles and addiction to reliving the HS drama simply by logging onto that dumb ass shit, they'd instantly fucking bitch, moan and/or groan for weeks til it was brought back or some identical site is made to take it's place, haha.

but to get back on topic:

The Green Hornet - 4/10

Stupid as shit, Seth Rogaen is one of my more favorite comedians but I really think this movie was a flop.  I laughed a couple of times but had a hard time watching the movie the entire way through without going back to my computer and playing euchre heh.

The Jerky Boys - 6/10

I remember watching this when it first came out when I was like 10ish? or so and thought I remember it as being hilarious...well, now that I'm not 10ish anymore and rewatched it, it's pretty funny, but not as funny as I would find it being younger :P...it's aright, but I wouldn't recommend that anyone watch it for a good laugh either...the plot is dumb as shit but there are a few lulz throughout the movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 09, 2011, 03:46:38 AM
I watched the green hornet as well, I found it a bit forced and although funny, not the best from seth rogen.

also facebook is fantastic if you use it for what it is for, social intereaction, events and a place to bitch and moan when stuff isn't going your way - the latter is probably just me.  it is only troublesome and dumb when you make facebook your life, rely on it for everything and get wrapped up in the zillions of apps and shit it has., it ties in hand in hand with smart phone addicts, but it is equally retarded to assume it has no merits just on the stigma it has.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on February 09, 2011, 04:39:48 AM
facebook is garbage anyways, it could dissapear and no one would notice

A friend of mine calls it "facefeces."   :rockon:

New Radio Complete Series 10/10.

The ONLY episode I didn't watch was Season 5 Episode 1.  The one where they deal with Bill's (Phil Hartman's) death.  To depressing.  Besides that episode. the show's pretty much ~22.5 minutes of laughter each episode on a ton of discs.  Proof that Phil  Hartman, Stephen Root & Dave Foley are always funny.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on February 10, 2011, 09:39:11 AM
Just watched:  Dark water,  District 9, and Surrogates

Coming up: A Scanner Darkly and Inglorious Bastards


Dark Water was great till the last 10 minutes,  made me feel like the rest of the movie wasted my time.

District 9 was great all the way through, and I hope they do make a sequel.

Surrogates was a great concept,  and done somewhat O.K.  if not just a little predictable. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 10, 2011, 02:50:07 PM
Inglorious Bastards

Probably my least favorite Tarantino film. Mainly because of the story itself. It took a historical period and completely rewrote it. I can't say more than that without spoiling the film for you, but when it's over, you'll know what I mean.

It left me feeling kind of... jewed. :oops:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 10, 2011, 09:31:48 PM
Yeah, that film was my least favorite too. I saw it last year.

SPOILER ALERT :oops:

That blow to the face was good though :evilgrin:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 10, 2011, 11:28:29 PM
Law Abiding Citizen - 2/10

FUCKING HORRIBLE plot. I'll go ahead and spoil it because, trust me, you DON'T want to waste your time watching it. The whole "Oh wow, this guy's so elite and super smart, what a super tough hard to beat bad guy, he's thought of EVERYTHING!" thing... fucking lame as shit. Just a lame shitty horrible movie all around in my opinion. Not very entertaining or engaging. Watch paint dry, you'll get more out of it.

And Jamie Fox is an overrated and overpaid stupid monkey. He was okay in Ray, but since then, he (and everyone else apparently) thinks he's the greatest shit since sliced bread.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 11, 2011, 03:33:38 PM
Looks like a good movie up until the middle of the trailer :WTF:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on February 13, 2011, 06:34:08 PM
Knight and Day: 9/10.

I hate everything Tom Cruise is in.  Something about him seems like he's a pompous know it all jerk that's always wrong in all his movies.  In this movie he's still a pompous know it all jerk, but his character is always right, and it's a nice change from everything else I've seen of him.  I really liked this movie & it's the newest non-children movie I've liked in a while. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on February 13, 2011, 08:53:45 PM
Waiting for this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obFOc4SkkNI

;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 13, 2011, 09:32:19 PM
I think I want to go see that movie :wtfbanner:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on February 15, 2011, 10:02:13 PM
I think I want to go see that movie :wtfbanner:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/OOrH5tfWorg?hd=1

Here it is. Just under 12 minutes. I too was hoping for a feature length.

*just finished watching. Well done.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 17, 2011, 05:19:37 PM
Knight and Day: 9/10.

I hate everything Tom Cruise is in.  Something about him seems like he's a pompous know it all jerk that's always wrong in all his movies.  In this movie he's still a pompous know it all jerk, but his character is always right, and it's a nice change from everything else I've seen of him.  I really liked this movie & it's the newest non-children movie I've liked in a while. 

Agreed.


Although with all the similarities to RED, I have to admit that RED was a bit more awesome.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 17, 2011, 11:43:54 PM
I think I want to go see that movie :wtfbanner:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/OOrH5tfWorg?hd=1

Here it is. Just under 12 minutes. I too was hoping for a feature length.

*just finished watching. Well done.

For some reason, this reminded me of 28 Days Later, and at the end I Am Legend ... pretty good though :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on February 18, 2011, 07:54:18 PM
waiting for this

http://www.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi3180108569/

Hope it comes out in 3d IMAX format
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 19, 2011, 04:23:20 AM
the beyond black mesa stuff was hella cheesy

watched dark city last night (1998), was alright. decent if you're into sci fi.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on February 19, 2011, 05:22:06 AM
Transamerica..

0
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 19, 2011, 11:47:50 PM
The Runaways: 5/10

I'd I was expecting more from this movie.. I'm guessing if i was more involved in the whole Joan Jett thing itd be far more entertaining. Just a basic sex, drugs and Rock n' Roll movie. All underage girls, was a documentary so i guess it was decently done. Not my cuppa tea though.

The Runaways - 3/10

Nah wasn't much of a documentary. Just another excuse to give Kristen Stewart a job. I dunno who she blew, but she must've impressed someone. Wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen, but it was pretty bad.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on February 20, 2011, 03:00:32 AM
Just finished watching Legion on Starz or whatever its called. Not so bad. Kept me up :oksign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 25, 2011, 12:11:18 PM
Due Date - 7.5/10

The plot isn't very complicated, but it doesn't really matter. It starts off kinda boring and sucky but it gets a lot better. The masturbating dog is awesome. :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 25, 2011, 12:37:14 PM
Sanctum. 8/10, good film
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on February 25, 2011, 01:23:13 PM
the kingdom 8.5/10

it's pretty neat seeing some of the cities in the middle east

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 26, 2011, 03:22:11 PM
MULAN

10/10.

BEST FILM.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on February 26, 2011, 03:49:14 PM
MULAN

10/10.

BEST FILM.



^this.   took my brothers kids to go see this when it came out in the theaters and it was actually a good kid flick.  i think i have mulan 2 as well and never seen it.  i dl'd it, and burned it and never gave it to my niece when she was asking for it(my bad) so i may pop that one in later haha.

has anyone seen any of the new comedies that have come out the past couple weeks such as:  just go with it, the dilemma, no strings attached or the such and have any opinions on any?  i'm going to get the better one out of the bunch and burn it as a surprise for a friend as she really wants to see all 3 named badly or whatever other comedy that's out that is actually funny.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on February 26, 2011, 03:50:32 PM
 :sarcastic: I've barely seen ANY of the Disney films. Yes, I have no childhood. :'(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on February 27, 2011, 08:01:05 PM
Can anyone here recommend me a good romantic film and romantic comedy (yes, both types)? I'm not having much luck so far finding one myself.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on February 27, 2011, 08:06:39 PM
Can anyone here recommend me a good romantic film and romantic comedy (yes, both types)? I'm not having much luck so far finding one myself.

You Got mail!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on February 27, 2011, 08:22:23 PM
Can anyone here recommend me a good romantic film and romantic comedy

Days of Wine and Roses.

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_9f-5QLXa7_Y/S_saWqL97vI/AAAAAAAAEhY/6ptjIfHQ5pA/s400/Blog+Art+-+Days+of+Wine+and+Roses2.jpg)



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Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on February 28, 2011, 04:49:17 AM
Kate & Leopold, it's got a cool time traveling plot.  Time Travelers Wife, isn't a comedy but it's really cool to watch.  :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 28, 2011, 05:54:12 AM
Can anyone here recommend me a good romantic film and romantic comedy (yes, both types)? I'm not having much luck so far finding one myself.

The Holiday
Pretty Woman
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on February 28, 2011, 10:07:57 AM
Rom/Com - The Ugly Truth
Rom - The Notebook
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on February 28, 2011, 11:15:07 AM
real men embrace romantic comedies.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: kindone on February 28, 2011, 11:26:28 AM
Last movie I saw - Unstoppable (2010)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 28, 2011, 12:52:26 PM
Romantic comedy? Hmm...

Bundy. ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on February 28, 2011, 01:15:38 PM
Can anyone here recommend me a good romantic film and romantic comedy (yes, both types)? I'm not having much luck so far finding one myself.

The Room ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 28, 2011, 05:23:33 PM
Got a bunch of these for everyone

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_0avK1tQKNu0/TM1zNzQGWtI/AAAAAAAAADA/2x5xlPO3YUU/s640/ManCardRevoked.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 28, 2011, 06:04:11 PM
(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/birth_of_a_nation.jpg)

D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915) - 9.5/10

A friend of mine let me borrow his copy of Birth of a Nation. It's a silent film made from 1915 and it's about 3 hours long. It's actually pretty good, especially considering when it was made. It's more of an honest account of the types of things that happened from the onset of the American Civil War until the assassination of President Lincoln and the subsequent corruption in the South that followed by way of reformation politics. Some of the scenes contained in this film could NEVER be as accurately reproduced to demonstrate what the scenery looked like in the Civil War era.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 01, 2011, 03:17:36 AM
Can anyone here recommend me a good romantic film and romantic comedy

Days of Wine and Roses.

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_9f-5QLXa7_Y/S_saWqL97vI/AAAAAAAAEhY/6ptjIfHQ5pA/s400/Blog+Art+-+Days+of+Wine+and+Roses2.jpg)



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I was flipping through channels last night and noticed this was on TCM. Interesting coincidence.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on March 02, 2011, 07:11:20 PM
Thanks everyone for the suggestions.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 03, 2011, 09:59:14 AM
Got a bunch of these for everyone
(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_0avK1tQKNu0/TM1zNzQGWtI/AAAAAAAAADA/2x5xlPO3YUU/s640/ManCardRevoked.jpg)

I make more things with tools then you have pictures to make fun of them   :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 04, 2011, 07:37:49 PM
Feed the Fish 6/10

Tony Shalhoub was really funny, but it was just another lame romantic comedy  :raincloud:


Reminded me a little of... The Dog Problem 10/10

That movie was freaking hilarious, and it didn't sell out to being a love story. That was about a former writer with some depression issues learning to take responsibility for himself.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 05, 2011, 04:03:55 AM
Forgot about 7 dresses.  Very good movie. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on March 06, 2011, 12:28:49 AM
The Room ;)

Hell no. That's a terrible movie, but luckily it's so bad that it's funny.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on March 06, 2011, 09:05:48 PM
Angels and Demons staring Tom Hanks.
Very good movie.
Just finished it, in fact the credits are still rolling. One of those can't stop watching movies. Non stop all the way through it.
I knew it was the priest btw :)
I thought tom knew it the same monent i did, but he needed a video recording for him to know HAHAHA LOL :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on March 07, 2011, 07:05:37 AM
I knew it was the Camerlengo before the movie started. I read the book ;). The movie's a little different but that's to be expected.

It's a great read. Totally recommend it. Dan Brown's a good author. The well known one's are DaVinci Code and A's-n-D's if you like reading I suggest those. If you like those books try Deception Point by the same author,
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: b0yce on March 07, 2011, 10:11:18 AM
i went and saw that black swan movie with my girl, everyone was raving about it, so i thought ok i will go watch it. it was shit. my fav movies are the matrix, office space, happy gilmore, the punisher, i thought law abiding citizen was good, enemy of the state was another good one. i have been into the saw movies lately, haven't watched them all though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 07, 2011, 11:29:35 AM
I recently saw miss march, it was alright, plenty of eye candy to look at :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on March 07, 2011, 03:35:39 PM
i went and saw that black swan movie with my girl, everyone was raving about it, so i thought ok i will go watch it. it was shit. my fav movies are the matrix, office space, happy gilmore, the punisher, i thought law abiding citizen was good, enemy of the state was another good one. i have been into the saw movies lately, haven't watched them all though.

dude Black Swan is for chicks.  :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: b0yce on March 07, 2011, 08:41:37 PM
how was i supposed to know? considering most the reviews came from men :P but its the last time i listen to reviews, if alot of people r raving about a movie i can pretty much guess it sucks balls
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 07, 2011, 09:56:50 PM
how was i supposed to know? considering most the reviews came from men :P but its the last time i listen to reviews, if alot of people r raving about a movie i can pretty much guess it sucks balls

What men were you getting the reviews from? :humm:

Avatar wasn't like the best movie either. People are so hyped up about these films that are mediocre. I understand what you mean about not listening to reviews :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: b0yce on March 08, 2011, 12:47:11 AM
i just find it funny how critics say something suck but is actually quiet good, but give raving reviews to something that sucks. i guess some people r easy to please. i like watching movies, don't have a certain genre i don't mind watching apart from those rip off movies of scream and some chick flicks i hate those. I just like a good movie with a good story, doesn't have to have blood and guts in it, as long as its a good story line that appeals to me. but yeah anyone who has a mrs who wants to sit u down and watch black swan with her, i suggest u find an excuse not to cause it will bore you to tears :)

i got toy story 3 on dvd about to sit down and watch it, seeing i enjoyed the first 2, should be good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 08, 2011, 01:16:10 AM
I feel somewhat the same way.

And yeah, the ending of Toy Story 3 made me want to punch Andy in the face :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: b0yce on March 08, 2011, 02:46:35 AM


And yeah, the ending of Toy Story 3 made me want to punch Andy in the face :raincloud:


hahah brilliant movie, loved it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 08, 2011, 03:09:07 AM
A bit of a drama, Andy going off to college. But I guess it was alright. Oh well :ok:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 13, 2011, 12:02:01 PM
Saw a bunch that I like, including an interesting movie called Toxic Skies, which is a typical sci-fi movie filmed in the style of 24.


Besides those, I saw a Uwe Boll movie... (should stop there) called the Final Storm. It's was not only bad, it was pointless. He took an uninspired (rip off) thriller and placed it right before the apocalypse happens. So at the end of the movie, nothing matters because... it's the freaking apocalypse. It's like making a murder mystery during a zombie attack.

1/10

 :ohreally:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on March 15, 2011, 05:49:58 AM
I knew it was the Camerlengo before the movie started. I read the book ;). The movie's a little different but that's to be expected.

It's a great read. Totally recommend it. Dan Brown's a good author. The well known one's are DaVinci Code and A's-n-D's if you like reading I suggest those. If you like those books try Deception Point by the same author,


All his books so far have been great.  I read Davinci Code in one afternoon-early morning session nonstop.   

  Digital Fortress was a good read too.  Dealt with code breaking in the super computer age. 
Wouldn't be surprised to see this one as a movie as well. 


I just watched:   

The Fall
The imaginarium of Dr parnassus
GI Joe
The history channel's - The Universe Series on dvd (Skipped a few episodes, but may go back and watch em)
A prairie home companion


Coming up this week and next:

Oceans eleven
Chrysalis (ray bradbury)
The happening (heard this was awesome)
The descent
Pathfinder
eragon
Balls of fury
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 15, 2011, 06:01:13 AM
Oceans Eleven is a good movie :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on March 15, 2011, 06:08:32 AM
Figured I would start there..  everyone says the rest aren't as good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 15, 2011, 06:42:10 AM
 :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on March 15, 2011, 11:55:37 AM
Creep Show 9/10
Starship Troopers 8/10 (so stupid it's good)

In Living Color 9/10 (homey don't play that??)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 15, 2011, 06:44:20 PM
So stupid its good haha :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 15, 2011, 07:13:10 PM
Unstoppable 6.134543645/10

Interesting. Held my attention. Just very anti-climactic and cheesy. I do hope that the whole "Denzel Washington drives a train" sub-genre catches on. I want more!  :lolsign: j/k
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 15, 2011, 08:31:02 PM
The Hurt Locker - 10/10

Great movie. See it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 17, 2011, 04:56:49 PM
Brooklyn's Finest was great watched it the other day.  If you haven't seen it I'd suggest it.

8/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 17, 2011, 05:09:30 PM
Brooklyn's Finest was great watched it the other day.  If you haven't seen it I'd suggest it.

8/10

Saw that one not too long ago. Had a pretty dismal fucked up ending, still pretty good.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 17, 2011, 05:14:20 PM
Brooklyn's Finest was great watched it the other day.  If you haven't seen it I'd suggest it.

8/10

Saw that one not too long ago. Had a pretty dismal fucked up ending, still pretty good.

Yeah that is why I gave it an 8 otherwise it would have been a 10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 17, 2011, 09:08:15 PM
Well it's a "tragedy" kinda like Romeo and Juliet. Only difference is they can't really bill it as a tragedy in advertisments otherwise it'd spoil the ending. I thought it was very well put together. All movie long I'm watching it thinking, "What the hell does this guy's shitty life have to do with these other two guys shitty lives?" and then it all intertwines at the end in a climactic shit splatter in the oscillating fan.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 18, 2011, 05:50:32 AM
The Last Samurai - 10/10 always loved this film.

Striptease - 6/10 look I know this got bad bad bad  bad bad bad reviews but what the fuck demi moore is so fine and it isn't even that bad a story! the huge black dude is fawesome and I still like it haha.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 21, 2011, 06:14:42 AM
Blinky (http://www.firstshowing.net/2011/must-watch-ruairi-robinsons-full-twistedbrilliant-short-blinky%E2%84%A2/) :uhoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 21, 2011, 08:40:01 AM
Macgruber

4/10

Kind of funny, but it relied on the same joke the entire way through the movie. And the parody was both unintelligible and incomplete. At certain points it was rambo, then about 4 short scenes it's McGuyver, then back to what was probably supposed to be the A team. There were great jokes, but if you cut out the unfunny jokes it would only be like 20 minutes long.

Oh well
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on March 21, 2011, 08:55:29 AM
Disaster Movie

 :sleep-w:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 21, 2011, 10:50:09 AM
Disaster Movie

 :sleep-w:

All of these parody movies that came along after Scary Movie made a little at the box office have a sickening tendency to be exponentially more shitty and humor-free than the last one. They're like Weird All Yankovic songs, just an excuse for someone with no imagination, talent, and/or originality to steal someone else's movie idea in a roundabout way and make money off of it.

If you want to see a funny movie and GENUINELY LAUGH, I'd recommend one of these:

Beer League - 10/10
Waiting - 10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on March 21, 2011, 11:16:40 AM
 :bravo: :rockon: Foc...most of the comedies where Ryan Reynolds was the lead or whatnot are hilarious imo...and with that said, if you like "Waiting" then I'm sure you'll enjoy:

Van Wilder 10/10

Just Friends 10/10

and his comedic performance in the third "Blade" bumped the movie from a 4ish to a 6-7/10, haha...he had a few pretty good lines in that flick haha.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 21, 2011, 11:21:13 AM
I saw Van Wilder back in college, but I was obviously hitting the sauce that night because I can't seem to remember much about it.

I saw Just Friends on Comedy Central a while back. It was pretty funny, but more of a fluffy chick-flick date movie, not really my style.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 22, 2011, 07:11:57 PM
Due Date 1/10

So basically they decided that both A) Planes Trains and Automobiles needed to be remade and B) it was not rated R enough.

That's the best way to put it. It was an unfunny attempt to remake a classic. There's nothing about it worth watching. It's a movie based on presenting ridiculous situations and continually making that situation more ridiculous to exact humor. Only problem is that in all this "One-Upping" there is no ounce of realism to base the humor on. I'm just sick of these brain dead, less than low brow movies. They make Ringo's Cave Man something to look up to.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on March 22, 2011, 08:22:02 PM
Blinky (http://www.firstshowing.net/2011/must-watch-ruairi-robinsons-full-twistedbrilliant-short-blinky%E2%84%A2/) :uhoh:


Wow. Fucked Up. Really well produced though. :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 22, 2011, 09:18:51 PM
It is fucked up :lolsign: I would have not have let that r2d2 piece of shit toy cut me up. I would beat the shit out of it before it had a loose screw :rocketleft:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 28, 2011, 01:31:30 PM
Ok Monday has sucked really bad and I need some entertainment for tonight. 

Now I'm up for suggestions on movies in the following catergories:

Scifi

Action

Comedy

All input is  :welcome:

kthxbai
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on March 28, 2011, 04:50:25 PM
Ok Monday has sucked really bad and I need some entertainment for tonight. 

Now I'm up for suggestions on movies in the following catergories:

Scifi

Action

Comedy

All input is  :welcome:

kthxbai


Starship Troopers   <-- action +scifi  and a little bit of comedy
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 28, 2011, 04:51:23 PM
Ok Monday has sucked really bad and I need some entertainment for tonight. 

Now I'm up for suggestions on movies in the following catergories:

Scifi

Action

Comedy

All input is  :welcome:

kthxbai


Starship Troopers   <-- action +scifi  and a little bit of comedy

Good call good call :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 28, 2011, 07:01:52 PM
Starship troopers is downloading.

While I am Waiting....

I'm watching Waiting borrowed it from my neighbor..:) :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on March 29, 2011, 03:01:06 AM
lol, starship troopers is so bad....but for some reason, I've prolly watched it over 20 times since it came out haha...I have a thing for bad movies I guess.

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure - 8/10

Another somewhat bad movie, but I use to watch it way back when and can't get enough of the dumb humor.

Bill and Teds Bogus Adventure - 9/10

I liked this one a bit more and I don't know why haha.  I get a real kick out of the part where the robot Bill and Ted call the "real" Bill and Ted "fags!" right before they throw them over the cliff haha.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 29, 2011, 06:51:52 AM
Bogus JOURNEY.

Get it right dude.  :righteous:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 29, 2011, 08:19:50 AM
Waiting is classic...

OHH NO THE GOAT!!!!


You fucking fags.... :lolsign: :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 29, 2011, 07:39:18 PM
The Other Guys 7.5/10

Will Farrel is still retarded, but Marky Mark was surprisingly funny. He had anger management issues and his bad acting really played into the part. Plus it was a pretty classic movie. Jokes were real jokes. They also kept the joke count high. Really reminds me of classic "Airplane" style movies. Hope they make more like it.


Favorite line:
"We found your Prius. It was out voting for Ralph Nader."



Another thing to point out is that it was very political, but in such a satirical way that it added positively to the humor.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 29, 2011, 09:28:45 PM
Ekusute Exte Hair Extensions (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtuKpUSJ2GA&feature=player_embedded#at=14)


I want to see this movie now :erhmmm:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on March 29, 2011, 10:19:39 PM
Bogus JOURNEY.

Get it right dude.  :righteous:

haha, oops...I kinda thought it didn't look right but I was too lazy to load up IMDB to make sure it was right :P...close enough :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 29, 2011, 10:22:35 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n9DLnpMyZ4 :headbang:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on March 29, 2011, 10:22:59 PM
Ekusute Exte Hair Extensions (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtuKpUSJ2GA&feature=player_embedded#at=14)


I want to see this movie now :erhmmm:

i saw it.. with subtitles
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 29, 2011, 10:24:30 PM
Ekusute Exte Hair Extensions (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtuKpUSJ2GA&feature=player_embedded#at=14)


I want to see this movie now :erhmmm:

i saw it.. with subtitles

what the! haha was it good?

One of my friends showed me the trailer of it earlier.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on March 29, 2011, 11:37:04 PM
same quality as the original The Ring.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 30, 2011, 12:34:38 AM
I'll take that into consideration then. Still want to watch it :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 30, 2011, 07:49:31 PM
Skyline 3/10

I find it funny that they credited a writing staff. The lack of any real story is pretty much the biggest thing it had going for it.

Everything else was a terribly imagined rip off of every good alien invasion movie ever. (Most obvious are Independence Day and War Of The Worlds). Best of all, the whole "jeepers creepers" brain steeling crap was retarded with a capital DERP!

The worst part is what little of the movie that relies on writing. For example, the way the aliens attack. The whole light thing was lame. The inconsistencies were also throw up worthy. Best example, one of the baddies is maimed by being run over in an SUV. The same kind of baddie, later, bursts through a 10inch thick cement wall without a scratch. Any sci-fi/action movie has the decency to establish that the weaknesses of the small guys can be relied on consistently.

And another thing... The whole "Do everything possible to make the bad guys untouchable" crap was awful. They effectively created the Grudge of aliens. No rules matter, because all weaknesses and rules were subject to change every time that the predictable death of a character came up. Best example are a set of tentacles that after attaching to a car immediately fell off due to not being able to hold... yet the same exact tentacles from the same exact creature catch onto a helicopter. And no, these are not small things. Imagine if a jedi's lightsaber changed colors every scene or if one of the aliens movies decided that the blood made a nice herbal tea. Inconsistencies are bad writing, it's just that simple...

Freaking waste of money. I'm never shelling out for a blue ray copy of anything again....  :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on March 30, 2011, 08:00:31 PM
Skyline 3/10

I find it funny that they credited a writing staff. The lack of any real story is pretty much the biggest thing it had going for it.

Everything else was a terribly imagined rip off of every good alien invasion movie ever. (Most obvious are Independence Day and War Of The Worlds). Best of all, the whole "jeepers creepers" brain steeling crap was retarded with a capital DERP!

The worst part is what little of the movie that relies on writing. For example, the way the aliens attack. The whole light thing was lame. The inconsistencies were also throw up worthy. Best example, one of the baddies is maimed by being run over in an SUV. The same kind of baddie, later, bursts through a 10inch thick cement wall without a scratch. Any sci-fi/action movie has the decency to establish that the weaknesses of the small guys can be relied on consistently.

And another thing... The whole "Do everything possible to make the bad guys untouchable" crap was awful. They effectively created the Grudge of aliens. No rules matter, because all weaknesses and rules were subject to change every time that the predictable death of a character came up. Best example are a set of tentacles that after attaching to a car immediately fell off due to not being able to hold... yet the same exact tentacles from the same exact creature catch onto a helicopter. And no, these are not small things. Imagine if a jedi's lightsaber changed colors every scene or if one of the aliens movies decided that the blood made a nice herbal tea. Inconsistencies are bad writing, it's just that simple...

Freaking waste of money. I'm never shelling out for a blue ray copy of anything again....  :raincloud:


i was soo looking forward to this movie to come out, was so disappointed!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 31, 2011, 04:13:21 PM
Dazed And Confused - The little kid with girly long hair ruined this whole movie.  This is one of the only scenes I liked, along with Slater dropping acid, and walking around as if he's swimming in a ocean.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtiH4RCdYTk

Love that movie though. And I was watching family guy around two years ago. This came out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Lcptg6klTI&feature=related :LolLolLolLol:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on March 31, 2011, 04:15:13 PM
Dazed And Confused - The little kid with girly long hair ruined this whole movie.  This is one of the only scenes I liked, along with Slater dropping acid, and walking around as if he's swimming in a ocean.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtiH4RCdYTk

Love that movie though. And I was watching family guy around two years ago. This came out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Lcptg6klTI&feature=related :LolLolLolLol:


 :lolsign: :yessign:

I love that episode seriously so good!@

plus I live up the street from the high school they filmed the move dazed and confused...such a classic.. :D

alot cooler if you did (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHZK_lDgY48&NR=1)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on March 31, 2011, 07:26:24 PM
Sucker Punch  :  6/10

Not terrible as the critics are making it out to be. Its ambitious and often disjointed,but for a few mindless thrills and fetishistic Hot Babes with Gunz it delivers in spades.The Dream within a Dream aspect "works",the new girl constructing her own reality just to accept the horrors around her is understandable,but the action sequences,although pretty,have a cumbersome fit into the overall scheme of the narrative.And lastly,I will say the resolution was a genuine surprise to me. I'd go see it just for escaping one's own horrors for a few hours.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on March 31, 2011, 11:12:24 PM
Dazed And Confused - The little kid with girly long hair ruined this whole movie.  This is one of the only scenes I liked, along with Slater dropping acid, and walking around as if he's swimming in a ocean.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtiH4RCdYTk



Love that movie though. And I was watching family guy around two years ago. This came out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Lcptg6klTI&feature=related :LolLolLolLol:


 :lolsign: :yessign:

I love that episode seriously so good!@

plus I live up the street from the high school they filmed the move dazed and confused...such a classic.. :D

alot cooler if you did (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHZK_lDgY48&NR=1)

haha I love that movie. I haven't seen it though since 2007. That family guy episode I remember watching somewhat the "it'd be a lot cooler if you did" ;D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 31, 2011, 11:48:42 PM
locked in

super super super bad

2/10 for the comedy the awful acting provides

SO bad
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on April 02, 2011, 07:19:30 PM
" I am the Devil AND IM HERE TO DO the DEVILS WORK. "

FUN FACT!


Rob Zombie actually borrowed that line from the Manson Family trials. One of the female defendants, I forget exactly which one, said that before stabbing Sharon Tate to death.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on April 03, 2011, 12:32:36 AM
locked in

super super super bad

2/10 for the comedy the awful acting provides

SO bad

You mean Super Bad? :o
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on April 03, 2011, 11:00:15 AM
(http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff10/groundmeat2/sssuper.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on April 03, 2011, 11:26:04 AM
 :D

Isn't there supposed to be a "Sttthhh..." in front of there??? :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 04, 2011, 06:20:24 PM
Last movie?

Andrea Bianchi's "Burial Ground". LOVED IT!

"The only real plot except for survival is gone after the first 5 minutes when the professor resurrects the zombies. After that it's all about ZOMBIES, KILLING and INCEST." - Film Bizarro

(http://img684.imageshack.us/img684/6660/5645664.jpg)

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on April 09, 2011, 03:50:17 AM
jackass3d ....few funny parts..too many homo scenes for my liking  5-6/10

battle los angeles ....enjoyed alot...that chick from fast and the furious is hawt :D 8-9/10

robin hood ...pretty beast...alot better than i expected it to be 9-10/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 09, 2011, 09:39:13 AM
jackass3d ....few funny parts..too many homo scenes for my liking  5-6/10

Could you elaborate? Exactly how many are to your liking?
 :frag:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 09, 2011, 10:17:29 AM
battle los angeles ....enjoyed alot...that chick from fast and the furious is hawt :D 8-9/10

That movie was utter shit, I actually walked out of the theater and laughed at how stupid most of the scenes were. It feels like the movie took itself too seriously and did a ass job of making anything scary/realistc/dramatic.
Shows how far down the shitter mainstream modern film making has gone.

Anyways, my last movie was Amando de Ossorio's 'Return of the Blind Dead', a cult Spanish horror film all zombie fans should sit through.

(http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/6800/435345o.jpg)



Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on April 09, 2011, 11:14:32 AM
The Cry of an Owl is pretty good. It's about this guy who gets divorced by his wife and ends up depressed. He starts stalking this chick (Jenny) who lives out in the boons and oddly enough she isn't completely creeped out by him, as she invites him into her home to learn more about him. Eventually they become friends and start dating/hooking up, even though she's already seeing someone. The boyfriend gets jealous when he finds out Jenny is seeing her stalker and that's when the plot twists occur. Saying anymore I might spoil the movie, so I'll stop here.

It's a decent movie to watch if your looking to kill time and has Julie Stiles which is always a plus in my book. It's a 7/10 I'd say.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on April 09, 2011, 11:48:11 AM
It's a 7/10 out of ten I'd say.

I think a 7/10th our of 10 is the lowest score someone here gave EVER.  :)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on April 09, 2011, 11:51:18 AM
jackass3d ....few funny parts..too many homo scenes for my liking  5-6/10

Could you elaborate? Exactly how many are to your liking?
 :frag:



 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on April 09, 2011, 05:13:26 PM
The Cry of an Owl is pretty good. It's about this guy who gets divorced by his wife and ends up depressed. He starts stalking this chick (Jenny) who lives out in the boons and oddly enough she isn't completely creeped out by him, as she invites him into her home to learn more about him. Eventually they become friends and start dating/hooking up, even though she's already seeing someone. The boyfriend gets jealous when he finds out Jenny is seeing her stalker and that's when the plot twists occur. Saying anymore I might spoil the movie, so I'll stop here.

It's a decent movie to watch if your looking to kill time and has Julie Stiles which is always a plus in my book. It's a 7/10 out of ten I'd say.

I'll look into this ;-)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on April 09, 2011, 06:44:04 PM
jackass3d ....few funny parts..too many homo scenes for my liking  5-6/10

Could you elaborate? Exactly how many are to your liking?
 :frag:




less than you?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Sgt. Dick on April 09, 2011, 08:01:38 PM
jackass3d ....few funny parts..too many homo scenes for my liking  5-6/10
Could you elaborate? Exactly how many are to your liking?
 :frag:

 :lolsign: :eek: :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on April 09, 2011, 11:19:25 PM

I think a 7/10th our of 10 is the lowest score someone here gave EVER.  :)

Edited for clarity. :>
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 10, 2011, 09:11:02 AM
Silent Trigger - 5/10

The movie sucked, but the action was really fun. So if you just watch the first 10 minutes and the last 15 minutes then you've seen the best parts. Basically the main character shoots a bunch of people with .50 cal rounds.  *SPLAT*
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 16, 2011, 12:06:54 PM
The Doom Generation

Story of three traveling teens, making stops at hotels and convenient stores leaving a trail of sperm and blood wherever they go.
The movie is has a very 'trashy' look and feel to it and is very 90s.
Young Rose Mcgowan who plays Amy is really the selling point of this movie. Her attitude towards everything is inspiring to say the least.
This is the only movie where I can say the director should of cut down on is the amount of sex in this movie, especially homoerotic shit.
Other than that, watch it.
3/5

(http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/23/130509015832thedoomgene.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on April 16, 2011, 06:05:00 PM
Megamind: 5/10.

Not really that good but my 10 year old like it, so I'd give it higher then a 3/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 16, 2011, 07:14:38 PM
Radical Jack
 :lolsign:


... just  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 17, 2011, 11:00:01 AM
Code 46 - 1/10

Synopsis: In a car commercial inspired rehash of Equilibrium's future, Tim Robbins decides to induce a migrane headache upon his audience by playing the same tuneless drone of a soundtrack for 2 hours straight while his character leaves his wife and child destitute for a fling.

 :WTF:


Why do movies like this get made?  :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 17, 2011, 12:44:59 PM
Cube (1997)

Bunch of strangers put into a giant cube maze filled with death traps. Need I say more?
Loved watching this movie. Has a very important life lesson as well. Likeable characters and edge of your seat moments throughout.
4/5

(http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/369/cube1997.png)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 17, 2011, 04:37:24 PM
Cube (1997)

Bunch of strangers put into a giant cube maze filled with death traps. Need I say more?
Loved watching this movie. Has a very important life lesson as well. Likeable characters and edge of your seat moments throughout.
4/5
:yessign:

Cube is awesome. Sphere deserves mention as being awesome as well... due to owing the same branch of mathematics for it's naming.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 17, 2011, 06:03:59 PM
Cube (1997)

Bunch of strangers put into a giant cube maze filled with death traps. Need I say more?
Loved watching this movie. Has a very important life lesson as well. Likeable characters and edge of your seat moments throughout.
4/5
:yessign:

Cube is awesome. Sphere deserves mention as being awesome as well... due to owing the same branch of mathematics for it's naming.


Hmm never heard of it, I'll be sure to check it out.
Thanks.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Barton on April 17, 2011, 07:25:51 PM
Maybe the original (Cube) is better. I saw Hypercube but couldn't finish it because the characters are too boring in that version.  Definitely don't watch that one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 17, 2011, 08:39:21 PM
Maybe the original (Cube) is better. I saw Hypercube but couldn't finish it because the characters are too boring in that version.  Definitely don't watch that one.

Yeah, read up on the sequels and decided to stay away.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on April 18, 2011, 12:54:49 AM
Maybe the original (Cube) is better. I saw Hypercube but couldn't finish it because the characters are too boring in that version.  Definitely don't watch that one.

Yeah, read up on the sequels and decided to stay away.

Is there more than 1 sequel?

Hyper cube was really stupid.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on April 18, 2011, 02:19:55 AM
Maybe the original (Cube) is better. I saw Hypercube but couldn't finish it because the characters are too boring in that version.  Definitely don't watch that one.

Yeah, read up on the sequels and decided to stay away.

Is there more than 1 sequel?

Hyper cube was really stupid.

rubik's cube is a hit  :P

PS.. Seriously i just made this post to reach the 1000 level
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on April 18, 2011, 07:24:17 AM
Maybe the original (Cube) is better. I saw Hypercube but couldn't finish it because the characters are too boring in that version.  Definitely don't watch that one.

Yeah, read up on the sequels and decided to stay away.

Is there more than 1 sequel?

Hyper cube was really stupid.

rubik's cube is a hit  :P

PS.. Seriously i just made this post to reach the 1000 level

Well you succeeded, congratulations.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF] Reflex on April 19, 2011, 05:10:29 AM
Cube was a great movie. I was stoked to see hypercube, but wish I had turned it off or not even bothered.

Just got done watching Grand Torino,  I already wanna see it again.  Hurts seeing Eastwood that old though.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on April 19, 2011, 09:33:40 AM
Hurts seeing Eastwood that old though.

Just wait, one day we will be that old. You think it hurts just seeing it... I'm only 30 and I can't wake up without my back hurting. I used to have to do tons of hard work and heavy lifting to make my back hurt, now all I have to do is lay in a bed with a mattress that isn't new. What the fuck man. I'm too young to feel this damn old.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on April 19, 2011, 10:45:04 AM
Rewatched Hitch with a mate last night, gosh will smith is smooth.

Great rom com, so, 8/10!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on April 19, 2011, 10:55:36 AM
Rewatched Hitch with a mate last night, gosh will smith is smooth.

Great rom com, so, 8/10!

HITCH?  hmm never heard of it....going to see about acquiring the movie later.... ;D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on April 19, 2011, 02:31:11 PM
Rewatched Hitch with a mate last night, gosh will smith is smooth.

Great rom com, so, 8/10!

so cute...2 boys watching a movie on how to up your game and pick up chicks.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on April 19, 2011, 03:15:17 PM
NO BRO NO IT AINT LIKE THAT I PICKED YOU UP BR0
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on April 19, 2011, 03:41:58 PM
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmhmmmmmmmmmmmmmm alright hokay ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: astral on May 05, 2011, 04:01:24 PM
Hey has any one seen Fast Five?

I was wondering if I should see this in the theater or wait...

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on May 18, 2011, 07:26:39 PM
eXistenZ - 9/10

I'm going out on a limb on this one because it's a lame and fairly predictable plot. It's also needlessly confusing and the acting is poor.

All that out of the way it seems to be mandatory nerd fodder. I'm embarrassed for not seeing it sooner. It hits two big nerd concepts hard and well. The first being bio-computers and the second being existentialism. Let's put it this way, this is the movie that the Matrix sequels wanted to be. It can be described in a single word, existential.

Another treat you'll get is that it knocks out the typical "grandma's boy" view of video game design. The lead character is the programmer/artist/designer all rolled into one, then at the end you find out that that ambiguous impression of "game designers" that you always get in movies was a ruse and you see someone use real terminology and jargon at the end being an artistic lead in a project presenting an early preview. It does most of this by omission but still correctly pokes fun of the modern day version of the "I bet this baby has a 56k modem" speech from hackers.

On top of that, it's pretty much an all-star cast.

Lastly, and this is the whole reason I like the movie, in one scene the co-star stands up and yells "eXistenZ is Paused!!!!!!!!!!" at the top of his lungs. So if you are one of my neighbors, now you know why you've been hearing me yell "SUPER MARIO WII IS PAUSED!!!!!". Definitely a quotable one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on June 03, 2011, 01:54:54 PM
Fast Five - 10/10, anything with dwayne johnson in gives me a stiffy. in seriousness it's a wonderful mindless action film to chill out and watch, dont expect an oscar winning script but worth seeing.

Thor - 8/10 - I loved heimdall, I fucking love the concept of someone like that. like a watcher with ULTIMATE power, powers you cant even comprehend, I know that wasnt exactly a big part of the thor story or anything but that's how i percieved heimdall, and it was awesome. film was pretty good, irritating that some civilians were involved with greek mythology and that because it kind of downscales it for me personally, but whatevs. worth watching.

Black Swan - 9/10  - while I didnt completely get it till I read up more on it, I could appreciate its quality the entire way through. a little creepy in parts, so it does its job as a psychological thriller well. great film
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on June 03, 2011, 03:44:13 PM
Black Swan - 9/10  - while I didnt completely get it till I read up more on it, I could appreciate its quality the entire way through. a little creepy in parts, so it does its job as a psychological thriller well. great film

hmmm Chick movie :P
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 06, 2011, 07:41:33 PM
Drive Angry - 8/10 It was a pretty fun action movie with a lot of cool things. The real problem is that there was this unwritten "grit" quota that the director decided he had to achieve before his film was done. It's as if being "gritty" is the film maker's equivalent to winning a dream vacation with Justin Beiber. It's gotten to the point of silliness. Like a paint-by-number for film makers. We get it. You outdid everybody else at being unoriginal and exactly the same...

Anyway the action was awesome. Still worth watching.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Arm0r on June 06, 2011, 08:25:36 PM
Just watched Requiem for a dream for the first time after a couple of my friends were in shock of me missing it.  I liked it, very strange yet a really good one.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on June 06, 2011, 09:08:50 PM
The autor who wrote requiem for a dream has many good books.  One of my favorites is "the demon", and "fight club" : ).

boogie man, the new one 8.5/10.  nothing special I just liked it, the main actor was really good
alien verus predator, 7.5/10, pretty cool watching the chick fuck up an alien to make friends with the predator - nice fight scenes
termintor I & II, 10/10, Arnold's the man, I don't care who's baby daddy he is
the happening - I don't know what to think of this movie, but it was so weird and the acting was kind of bad so it kept me entertained
running man, 10/10, another good Arnold movie : )
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 07, 2011, 04:12:38 AM
Pirates of the Caribbean 4: fun to watch, my 10 year old liked it & I liked it better then the previous two.  8/10
Little Fockers: Funnier then the others imho, but it's more about keeping the marriage together while fighting against stuff to distract you from your spouse vs the little kids, 8/10.
No Strings Attached: nothing but sex with Ashton Kutcher & Natalie Portman.  While she's good looking the movie wasn't worth watching.  3/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 07, 2011, 06:34:08 AM
I've been watching kids movies with the kids. Many of them a second time. After watching How to Train a Dragon, Despicable Me, Megamind, Toy Story 3, etc. So far they are all between average and very good.

Just saw Gnomeo and Juliet and boy was it aweful. It's story equivalent to a direct to video production like home alone 4 or Problem Child 3. The excuse for making it was supposed to be Elton John music, but instead it was a bunch of crappy remixed stuff with word substitution that never made any sense. Proof that throwing barrels of money and celebrities into a film can't magically make it good. 0/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 07, 2011, 05:50:50 PM
No Strings Attached

Since we've also been watching through the complete series of Scrubs I can appreciate how Dr. Cox feels every time that he has to talk to newbie. So in honor here is the list of things that I would rather be doing than watching this god-aweful vomit inducing films: using a cheese grater on my face, listening to the best of marty ingles, reading a nicholas sparks novel, having said novel read to me by fran dresser, and finally telling hugh jackman what a stand up actor I think he is. *removes hands from head and storms off*
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 14, 2011, 12:30:26 AM
The Last of the Mohicans - 10/10

One of the greatest movies ever made. Madeline Stowe was a fox back in them days, WOOOOOOOOOOOO.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 27, 2011, 07:31:22 PM
Vampires Suck 7/10. If you've ever had the misfortune of seeing any of the twilight movies, this thing will be hilarious. The best part is that it is entirely slapstick similar to a Leslie Neilson movie.


Clash Of The Titans (2010) 2/10. All they did was rush a bad plot together in order to string along terribly convoluted fight scenes. Big waste of time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 28, 2011, 04:40:56 AM
Apocalypse Now Redux - 9/10
Never seen this one all the way through until the other day. Pretty good, beautifully detailed cinematography, although the ending was a little unfulfilling and bewildering. I guess it seemed pretty unfinished, but I guess that's what Coppola in all of his genius was going for. I guess that's the same feeling everyone in America got after Vietnam anyway.

Bruno - 7/10
Didn't have the same start-to-finish side splitting humor that Borat had, but it did have it's moments. Not that many good comedies being put out anymore, but this one actually made me bust out laughing several times, so I have to admit it's better than any of those other pieces of non-comedy wastes of time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on June 28, 2011, 01:57:23 PM
Battle Los Angeles: 8.5/10

Basic war movie but with Aliens instead of Nazi's.  Fun to watch.  What impressed me most is that I watched it twice with it being a rental & my wife watched the whole thing.  She normally sleeps after the first 15 minutes.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 28, 2011, 02:06:06 PM
Battle Los Angeles: 8.5/10

Basic war movie but with Aliens instead of Nazi's.  Fun to watch.  What impressed me most is that I watched it twice with it being a rental & my wife watched the whole thing.  She normally sleeps after the first 15 minutes.

 :yessign:

I like to describe it as Black Hawk Down with aliens. It was everything I expected and nothing I didn't. I want more!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on June 30, 2011, 08:07:27 PM
The resident 1/10

The generic Stalker Thrillers are a very crappy to begin with, but they didn't even try with this one. And to top it all off, they tried to sell it by putting Hilary Swank for the obligitory 12 and a half underwear scenes. Only problem is that she's the reason why the anorexic barbie version of "beauty" doesn't work. In other words, she has a future portraying olive oil in a Popeye sequel.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on July 01, 2011, 04:22:47 AM
she has a future portraying olive oil in a Popeye sequel.

Olve = SMOKING!   :idhitit:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 01, 2011, 07:48:51 PM
30 days of night: 2 4/10

Considering that the first one had writing so bad that I still have nightmares of being subjected to it again, this one isn't too bad in comparison. The plot is complete crap and the characters are constantly reacting in nonsensical and illogical ways. However, the up sides are some decent action and a back story that has quite a bit of culture. They make cool reference to lillith, Elizabeth Bathory, and Renfield instead of focusing on generic dracula plots.

They rewrite the first one a tiny bit to insert the Lillith character into the mix, but once again the first one was so badly written that to attempt to keep it's plot intact in a sequel is more of an insult to it's audience than expecting them to accept the first one to begin with. Fortunately the "vegeta vs. freeza" scene form the first one is avoided like the plague. No vampire vs. vampire fights with thinly veiled dialog about "power levels". THANK GOD!

I think the only reason I gave this a low rating was because it only reminds me of how bad the first one was. I'm sure it was a fine graphic novel.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on July 10, 2011, 03:29:10 AM
30 days of night: 2 4/10

Considering that the first one had writing so bad that I still have nightmares of being subjected to it again, this one isn't too bad in comparison. The plot is complete crap and the characters are constantly reacting in nonsensical and illogical ways. However, the up sides are some decent action and a back story that has quite a bit of culture. They make cool reference to lillith, Elizabeth Bathory, and Renfield instead of focusing on generic dracula plots.

They rewrite the first one a tiny bit to insert the Lillith character into the mix, but once again the first one was so badly written that to attempt to keep it's plot intact in a sequel is more of an insult to it's audience than expecting them to accept the first one to begin with. Fortunately the "vegeta vs. freeza" scene form the first one is avoided like the plague. No vampire vs. vampire fights with thinly veiled dialog about "power levels". THANK GOD!

I think the only reason I gave this a low rating was because it only reminds me of how bad the first one was. I'm sure it was a fine graphic novel.



is that the one with Josh Hornet?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 10, 2011, 03:43:07 PM
No, you're thinking of 30 Days and 30 Nights. I remember that one. The cunt I was dating in college made me take her to see that piece of shit. The only mildly redeeming part of the movie is the 20 seconds when he starts imagining all the chicks on the street are naked and we get to see some tits.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on July 10, 2011, 07:16:36 PM
Priests, 8.5/10

Really really cool, has a bit of comic strip type stuff, then it's not your typical vampire movie.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on July 10, 2011, 08:47:50 PM
Transformers 3:

6/10

Long, boring, pretty dumb compared to the others.  Movie kinda ends suddenly too, Michael Bay likes doing that.  The CGI effects were of course pretty awesome, but that's about the only thing I liked about this one.  And Megan Fox > (whatever that long bitches name is).  I also noticed the highway scene in this one was reused from "The Island" and used in this one(at the time, I figured to cut costs etc, but found out one of the extras got fucked up during them filming that part for Transformers 3 so they basically gave up on that part of the movie and used the scene from The Island).  So after finding that out, I don't blame them.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on July 11, 2011, 04:13:32 AM
I never really like the Transformers movie.

I also dislike the Ironman Movies. Too cheezy for me.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 11, 2011, 05:24:50 AM
Transformers 3:

6/10

Long, boring, pretty dumb compared to the others.  Movie kinda ends suddenly too, Michael Bay likes doing that.  The CGI effects were of course pretty awesome, but that's about the only thing I liked about this one.  And Megan Fox > (whatever that long bitches name is).  I also noticed the highway scene in this one was reused from "The Island" and used in this one(at the time, I figured to cut costs etc, but found out one of the extras got fucked up during them filming that part for Transformers 3 so they basically gave up on that part of the movie and used the scene from The Island).  So after finding that out, I don't blame them.

I agree with that all, but I thought the large scale action at the end was a little more redeeming. I'd give it an 8/10 based on being willing to sit it out for the action alone.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on July 19, 2011, 03:16:46 AM
The Lincoln Lawyer:

9/10

I really didn't think I was gunna like this movie much at all.  But the twists they have and Sir Matthew actually being a pretty big badass in this movie made it pretty good.  The notch down to a 9 is just simply because the movie is just like Transformers 3, long as fuck and had a few boring parts.  I thought the movie was gunna end at 2 seperate parts and it just kept going and going.  Other than that, pretty damn good movie.   :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

And ya peewee, you are right about that large action scene at the end of Transformers being a bit redeeming on the movie length.  I watched it again with my nephews and they loved it of course so I'd prolly bump it up right where you have it at with a 8/10. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 24, 2011, 04:15:37 AM
Simpsons Movie: 0/10

The kids have started watching it now. I honestly didn't pay that much attention to it the first time because it sucks. But now that I have to watch it a hundred times, it's utter crap. Nothing in the movie is funny except for the single scene where homer is doing his chores, and even that is rather badly done. Calling it a feature length episode is an insult to the show, even in its current unfunny state. Such a waste of money and time.

I'd dig up my season 1 dvd's but the first season relied on situational satire and word play that my kids won't get. None of the mind-numbing "shock" slapstick (where the slapstick isn't enough so they say "penis" or "I like men now" right after) used in the movie..

The worst part is that short of Homer saying "half-assed" a couple times a season, the original Simpsons was still family friendly. Even MY parents watched it. This movie is an embarrassment to admit I let my kids watch it. I'm considering throwing it away.

 :mad:  :bomb:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on July 24, 2011, 04:55:59 PM
Moon - 8 (maybe 8.5)/10 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1182345/

Dark City - 7.5/10 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118929/

Source Code - 8/10 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0945513/

Ip Man - 8/10 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1220719/

I recommend them all =)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: kren.Z on July 24, 2011, 10:19:23 PM
Ip Man - 8/10 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1220719/


LOL I'm a serious die-hard kung-fu fanatic. I just bought a netflix subscription because I couldn't find this movie and you recommended it. YOU DIDN'T LET ME DOWN, THIS MOVIE KICKS MAJOR FUCKING ASS.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 25, 2011, 05:34:14 AM
Piranha (not 3d :( ) 9/10

This movie has no ending. Like not a bad ending, it just stops in the middle of an unresolved conflict. Besides that it was a very well made gorey horror movie. It left out the majority of the bad horror movie tropes while it kept enough to make it classic. What really makes it great is that in a world where there are no new ideas, it still makes the audience squirm a bit.

That and the fact that it borders on an adult rating doesn't hurt.  :lolsign:


*EDIT*

I forgot to mention that Christopher Lloyd gives this movie 1.21 gigawatts of awesome.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on July 25, 2011, 06:29:48 AM
source code was pretty good, i'll agree with 8 /10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 27, 2011, 07:29:23 PM
Lake Placid 3 - 7.5/10

Gets high ratings for the quote from Michael Ironsides
"Boyscouts always come prepared"
*cocks shotgun*
"Especially one that comes from New Jersey"

My other favorite quote
"So I said to myself 'When is the next time you'll get to shoot a giraffe?'. So I took a shot. After that the zoo demoted me to the gift shop"

 :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on July 30, 2011, 09:35:56 PM
Sucker Punch: 7/10.

I enjoyed it and it was a fun watch.  The reviews I read complained it made little to no sense but I didn't get lost.   It just assumed you were paying attention the whole time.  On a costume note, if they put the girls in leather dresses during the fighting-in-dance-trance scenes it would of made it soooooooooo much cooler looking.  Short short skirts & short pants aren't really exciting to watch imho.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 04, 2011, 07:06:40 PM
Quarantine 2

About 100 times better than the first so.... 2/10.  :lolsign: The first one REAAAAAAAAALY sucked. This only mostly sucked.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 05, 2011, 07:49:43 PM
Unkown - ??/10


LOL j/k


It had a terrible plot and good action scenes. So since it meets all the criteria of a solid action film, 8/10!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on August 15, 2011, 06:37:40 AM
The Guard (http://movies.tvguide.com/guard/review/327239)   (http://movies.tvguide.com/images/global/stars/ColorStar.gif) (http://movies.tvguide.com/images/global/stars/ColorStar.gif) (http://movies.tvguide.com/images/global/stars/ColorStar.gif) (http://movies.tvguide.com/images/global/stars/ColorStar.gif)

Really quite good.  (review is linked above)



:shoot2: :beer:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 15, 2011, 06:51:18 AM
Jennifer's Body - puke/10

What an excellent movie... if you're a 14 year old girl obsessed with the whole high school social order thing. You have to possess that level of intelligence and awareness to believe this movie isn't a waste of film. IT'S FUCKING STUPID! Someone should punish me. I should be subjected to the torture of being forced to watch it a second and third time just because I was dumb enough to sit through it more than half way the first time.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 19, 2011, 12:43:32 AM
Your Highness - 6.5/10 - It had a few funny parts, a couple of hilarious parts, but on the whole it wasn't what I thought to be a very well scripted movie. It was little bit of a stoner comedy, I guess that has a lot to do with the "feel" of the movie. I guess you have to be pretty drunk or stoned to get a HUGE kick out of it. It just wasn't as funny as I thought it'd be. Some of the "comedy" they were going for seemed a little overly childish and stupid. Parts of it had dialogue that seemed almost improvised, I dunno how to accurately describe it to where someone would understand what I'm talking about. Anyway, I don't guess it was totally NOT worth watching. It's something different I suppose. It's got James Franco and Danny McBride, two of the guys from Pineapple Express, and I guess it's a little bit like that movie. All in all, I'd say... if you've seen everything else at the video store already, might as well rent this one, it's good for a few laughs and it's not totally shitty.

Paul - 8.9/10 - Fucking funny. Yeah, watch this one. I don't think I've seen anything yet with Simon Pegg that wasn't good. Definitely one to rent.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on August 19, 2011, 07:30:15 AM
Paul - 8.9/10 - Fucking funny. Yeah, watch this one. I don't think I've seen anything yet with Simon Pegg that wasn't good. Definitely one to rent.

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost together are badass IMO.  Shaun of the Dead and Hott Fuzz are hands down, two of my most favorite movies.  All my ex's HATED those movies and thought they were dumb as fuck but I dunno, I guess I have an appreciation for dumb shit haha.

But I've been trying to get a good copy of Paul for a few weeks now and every copy I download, convert and burn, I get the "Playback prohibited by area limitations" error EVERY fucking time, and it's starting to piss me off.  I've downloaded well over 10 different copies of this movie and from good sources as well and it just doesn't matter.  You're the 10th person I've known to give it an awesome rating and a recommendation to go see it.  Gunna go buy the damn S-Video to RCA Cable converter for my gd vid card and run the movie off my computer onto my TV and call it a fucking day.  Already wasted 15+ blank dvd's on this already and I just want to fucking watch it haha.  Or just fucking watch it on my computer and call it a day.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 19, 2011, 09:18:45 AM
But I've been trying to get a good copy of Paul for a few weeks now and every copy I download, convert and burn, I get the "Playback prohibited by area limitations" error EVERY fucking time, and it's starting to piss me off.  I've downloaded well over 10 different copies of this movie and from good sources as well and it just doesn't matter.  You're the 10th person I've known to give it an awesome rating and a recommendation to go see it.  Gunna go buy the damn S-Video to RCA Cable converter for my gd vid card and run the movie off my computer onto my TV and call it a fucking day.  Already wasted 15+ blank dvd's on this already and I just want to fucking watch it haha.  Or just fucking watch it on my computer and call it a day.

For the price of those blank DVD's you could easily redbox the thing. For the price a new cable you could rent it a few days from a video store.

Just saying.  :alien:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on August 20, 2011, 07:12:47 PM
For the price of those blank DVD's you could easily redbox the thing. For the price a new cable you could rent it a few days from a video store.

I pay 26 cents/disc.  :)  I'd rather rent or buy though.  Besides the whole illegal thing, I feel there's no point to stealing it.  If I don't think it's good enough to rent or buy then it's not worth stealing either.

Robot Jox: 9/10.  Would of been better if it was longer.  AWESOME FRIKKEN MOVIE!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Kd642Ix5ks

Shreck Ever After: 8/10.  After the crap-hole that was the third and the ok-ish that was the second, they went back to the love story theme.  Nice to get back to basics.  To bad Nintendo hasn't done that with a Zelda yet and given us a triforce hunt once again.  :)

Grownups: 5/10: besides some nice looking ladies it's a lot of fart jokes and horseplay.  I wouldn't buy it but it's a fun rental.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 20, 2011, 08:15:22 PM
True Grit - 10/10 - Not the old one with John Wayne, the new one with Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon directed by the Coen brothers. Don't get me wrong, I like the Duke, but this version blows the old one completely out of the fucking water. It doesn't really have that traditional western movie feel like the old westerns they made back in the 60's and 70's which kinda made them a bit shallow and overly predictable plot wise compared to the way they script movies sometimes these days, which is one reason why I loved it. Definitely one I'd recommend.

Source Code - 9/10 - Really cool movie. Cool story, great action, all around just a very well put together movie. I'd definitely recommend this one as well.

Limitless - 8/10 - I dunno if I'd necessarily recommend this one. I could take it or leave it. If you're bored and want something different to watch, sure, go ahead, it's interesting enough.

The Adjustment Bureau - 7/10 - I'd recommend this one about as much as Limitless. If you're bored and there's nothing else, go for it. It was pretty entertaining, although I found the ending to be pretty lacking. It wouldn't say the ending was completely anti-climactic, but it wasn't quite as satisfying as I hoped. Can't explain it more than that without spoiling it. Watch it and you'll probably see what I mean.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on August 20, 2011, 11:15:08 PM
Quote
yahoo

30 days of night: 2 4/10

Considering that the first one had writing so bad that I still have nightmares of being subjected to it again, this one isn't too bad in comparison. The plot is complete crap and the characters are constantly reacting in nonsensical and illogical ways. However, the up sides are some decent action and a back story that has quite a bit of culture. They make cool reference to lillith, Elizabeth Bathory, and Renfield instead of focusing on generic dracula plots.

They rewrite the first one a tiny bit to insert the Lillith character into the mix, but once again the first one was so badly written that to attempt to keep it's plot intact in a sequel is more of an insult to it's audience than expecting them to accept the first one to begin with. Fortunately the "vegeta vs. freeza" scene form the first one is avoided like the plague. No vampire vs. vampire fights with thinly veiled dialog about "power levels". THANK GOD!

I think the only reason I gave this a low rating was because it only reminds me of how bad the first one was. I'm sure it was a fine graphic novel.



is that the one with Josh Hornet?
   

Focalor

No, you're thinking of 30 Days and 30 Nights. I remember that one. The cunt I was dating in college made me take her to see that piece of shit. The only mildly redeeming part of the movie is the 20 seconds when he starts imagining all the chicks on the street are naked and we get to see some tits.
   

Actually they both star Josh HORTNETT, 30 days of night is bad ass too


*EDIT* Its 40 days and 40 nights
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on August 20, 2011, 11:16:41 PM
Any fans of Curb Your Enthusiasm? 10/10 because he's twice the asshole i aspire to be.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 02:03:53 AM
Max Payne - 5/10 - I could write a book about all the shit they fucked up with this movie... and I probably will, so here goes:

As the rating I give it suggests... so very average. I mean Jesus three-balled Christ, if the storyline of the video games would've been the same as the movie, they would've flopped like my fat dick when I unzip my jeans. Of course if you've ever played through the games completely, you kinda already know where the story is going to go and how the movie's going to end. But it's like they completely butchered the story contained in the games into 30 or 40 pieces, rearranged it, and then stuck it all back together.

True to form for these movies that are based on video games, they add key features of the game to the movie, and most of them translate very poorly to the screen.








So my advice to you, skip this one, especially if you're fan of the games like me. All it'll do is disappoint you.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on August 21, 2011, 02:32:41 AM
Lets hope your book doesn't get published. Would just be more ppl like me who didn't read it!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 02:47:00 AM
the asshole i aspire to be.

Lets hope your book doesn't get published. Would just be more ppl like me who didn't read it!

If you aspire to be an asshole, which is what your response demonstrates, don't be surprised when people treat you like one. Furthermore, it's pretty retarded to aspire to be like some dickheaded fictional character you see on TV. Apparently you have problems separating fantasy from reality. What a weak minded little fuck you are.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on August 21, 2011, 03:03:11 AM
Hahahaha just the response i'd expect from you. As far as aspiring to be an asshole, i already am, just not enough of one. I wear it like a badge of honor. Don't get all pissy cuz i've stopped playin q2 but can still whoop your ass. Fucking hill billy.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 01:38:01 PM
Don't get all pissy cuz i've stopped playin q2 but can still whoop your ass. Fucking hill billy.

What the fuck did I just say, you illiterate fucking retard? Are the words too long and complicated for you to understand? DO NOT BE SURPRISED WHEN PEOPLE TREAT YOU LIKE AN ASSHOLE WHEN YOU ACT LIKE ONE. I'm not "pissy" because of a video game. This has nothing to do with any video game, this is because of what you chose to say to me. YOU are pissy because you think that being an asshole makes you cool and edgy. Like it somehow makes up for the fact that you're a weak little queer in real life. And when you act like a puffed up over inflated bag of piss and wind, I'm not gonna hesitate to react by bursting your ego-bubble with a pin and reintroduce you to reality, little girl.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on August 21, 2011, 04:32:21 PM
You've always acted like a little bitch towards me since the days i whooped your ass in the rails server so i'm assuming thats where it all started. But we were "getting along" kind of on IRC, so when i said that about your book i was joking but you're too much of a hot headed fuck to take it as a joke. I don't need to be cool or edgy to you or any one on here. Get a life, you spend too much time on this forum, fatty.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 04:49:31 PM
You've always acted like a little bitch towards me since the days i whooped your ass in the rails server so i'm assuming thats where it all started. But we were "getting along" kind of on IRC, so when i said that about your book i was joking but you're too much of a hot headed fuck to take it as a joke. I don't need to be cool or edgy to you or any one on here. Get a life, you spend too much time on this forum, fatty.

Of course that's where you'll assume it starts, because you're an idiot that models himself after fictional characters he sees on the TV. Even when someone points it out to you in plain english how this went directly from point A to point B, you're too dumb to see how you intentionally prodded for the reaction you got. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Now you want to act like I'm the one victimizing you for any reason other than the obvious one. Fuck you, chump.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: poopoppa on August 21, 2011, 05:05:25 PM
I must've hurt your feelings to get such an angry reaction. You've probably had your feelings hurt all of your life to turn you into such an angry person. See a therapist, fatty.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 05:56:08 PM
It's not an angry reaction. It's me being a dick to you. We've been over this already, princess. If you don't like me being a dick, then don't be an asshole, simple as that. I'm the same way in person. Most other human beings on this earth are the same way. You spit on my shoes and I'm gonna piss on yours. You want respect, give it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 21, 2011, 07:26:39 PM
Doom - 10/10

Probably the second time I've rated it. Watched it again. Mindless action with a terrible plot. If you expected anything else, you were never a real doom fan.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 07:41:22 PM
Yes, back on topic, PLEASE!

Doom - 10/10

Probably the second time I've rated it. Watched it again. Mindless action with a terrible plot. If you expected anything else, you were never a real doom fan.

I would rate that one probably a 3/10. I went to see it when it came out in theaters. I would've asked for my money back, but I would've felt wrong for doing it since I knew before it was halfway through that it was going to be horrible and should've walked out when I first realized that fact. At that point, I would've felt a little more justified in asking for a refund. But I actually sat there from start to finish, so I just accepted it and went home. That's kinda like eating a meal at a restaurant, cleaning your entire plate, THEN saying that it tasted like shit and refusing to pay the check. See, I do have a conscience despite what people may say.

The Town - 9/10 - Starring Ben Affleck. Actually it was DIRECTED by Ben Affleck as well. I usually hate Ben Affleck, but I quite enjoyed this movie, I think he did a good job directing it. To describe it, it's kinda like Heat meets The Departed. It's about some low on the totem pole Boston Irish mobsters that rob banks and armored cars for the local Irish mob capo in their neighborhood. Several good action scenes, even one pretty decent car chase scene, an aspect of the art of action/crime movies that's largely been forgotten about these days.

127 Hours - 6.5/10 - Starring James Franco, about a guy trekking it on foot through some canyons in Utah (I think, doesn't matter though) when he slips and his arm is pinned between a narrow canyon wall and a large boulder. It wasn't wildly entertaining or anything, I mean how much "action" can possibly happen to a guy that's stuck all alone in a canyon a hundred miles from nowhere. Still worth watching I suppose.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on August 21, 2011, 10:08:24 PM
the town was decent..donno about 9/10...maybe 6-7 :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 21, 2011, 10:12:53 PM
the town was decent..donno about 9/10...maybe 6-7 :D

Yeah, I'd normally give it a 6 or 7 for having Ben Affleck in it,... but I liked everyone else and the story was really good, so I ignored him and went with a generous 9.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 22, 2011, 12:32:27 AM
Gran Torino - 9.5/10 - Excellent movie. I would've given it a 10, but some of the supporting actors were pretty bad at times, especially whoever played Tao. But the overall story and Clint Eastwood made up for that minor detail. You really can't go wrong with a Clint Eastwood movie. I don't think I've seen one single film with him in it that wasn't great. And I haven't seen Bridges of Madison County yet, so that's still true. If anyone else has seen Bridges of Madison County, how about letting me know if it's safe to watch it, I don't wanna ruin my own opinion of him if it turns out to be a piece of shit.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on August 22, 2011, 12:54:58 AM
Gran Torino - 9.5/10 - Excellent movie. I would've given it a 10, but some of the supporting actors were pretty bad at times, especially whoever played Tao. But the overall story and Clint Eastwood made up for that minor detail. You really can't go wrong with a Clint Eastwood movie. I don't think I've seen one single film with him in it that wasn't great. And I haven't seen Bridges of Madison County yet, so that's still true. If anyone else has seen Bridges of Madison County, how about letting me know if it's safe to watch it, I don't wanna ruin my own opinion of him if it turns out to be a piece of shit.

^agree.  Except I'd actually bump it up to a 10 because I laughed almost all the way through the movie with the attitude he had. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 22, 2011, 02:46:29 AM
Yeah, the barber shop scenes were hilarious. :D

The Exorcist - 10/10 - I dunno that I'd rank it #1, but this has to be at least in the top 3 of best horror movies of all time. Kind of hard to call it #1, there's so many good horror films and a few of them might be a close tie for #1. Considering it was made in the early 70's, they did a pretty good job with the special effects. If you're particularly superstitious, I'd recommend turning out all the lights in the house and watching this one on a dark and stormy night along with a fresh pair of underwear for once you crap the ones you're wearing. ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 22, 2011, 05:58:26 AM
I would rate that one probably a 3/10. I went to see it when it came out in theaters. I would've asked for my money back, but I would've felt wrong for doing it since I knew before it was halfway through that it was going to be horrible and should've walked out when I first realized that fact. At that point, I would've felt a little more justified in asking for a refund. But I actually sat there from start to finish, so I just accepted it and went home. That's kinda like eating a meal at a restaurant, cleaning your entire plate, THEN saying that it tasted like shit and refusing to pay the check. See, I do have a conscience despite what people may say.

The plot sucked, but it's based on a game made at which time the best video game plot consisted of "Thank you, but our princess is in another castle." If you expected a good plot then the movie should have gotten up and walked out on you.

I do think some nostalgia is missing, but short of that it was all just space marines killing demons and zombies. I also think that the homage to (rip off of) Aliens was cool.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 24, 2011, 09:36:51 PM
Hobo With A Shotgun - 9/10 - Starring Rutger Hauer. I kinda thought Rutger Hauer was a bit too old to still be doing shoot-em-up movies, but boy was I wrong. The high rating I give it probably isn't what most people would give it, but it's just because it's my kinda movie. If you've ever seen a Robert Rodriguez film (like Machete, Planet Terror, or From Dusk Til Dawn), they're all pretty over-the-top and exaggerated with the violence and gore. This one wasn't directed by Robert Rodriguez (it was directed by Jason Eisner, never heard of him before), but if someone told you it was, you'd sure as hell believe it. Lots and lots of quite imaginative gore. The whole movie has a bit of a 70's noir feel to it, partly helped along by the vivid colorization they used throughout the film to give it that old look. Just a really demented movie. Like I said, if you love Robert Rodriguez movies, WATCH THIS FUCKING MOVIE. IT'S TERRIFIC!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: wallppen on August 25, 2011, 01:32:53 AM
2 thumbs up on hobo with a shotgun
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 25, 2011, 06:43:46 PM
Priest 7/10

Beginning sucked horribly, middle was great, ending was lame. Ignoring the stylized "Let's make it look like a poorly drawn comic book" crap, this movie was boiled down to being a generic action-vampire movie. At that it was pretty good. The other thing I liked is that the mood of the movie was clearly aimed at large organized church, and not at religion in general. Not being more of the same one sided, outside looking in, hollywood cookie cutter takes on religion is really refreshing.

I do want to take another moment to point out how utterly retarded comic book stylizing in movies is. We get it, you want it to look like a comic book... but you forget that the most successful comic book movies (batman, superman, x-men, spiderman, Ninja turtles... etc.) never did it. It's not cool. It subtracts untold quality form the film, and it forces directors to choose between things that are cool today, and ACTUALLY TELLING THE STORY. It's very frustrating to see movies that should have been good, fall in with other piles of ripped off crap just to ride the wave. In 10 years people are going to look back at it and consider this stuff akin to Plan 9 and other B-Lot movies.

(And yes, I used plan 9 as an example because a select few, like Sin City, deserve cult status)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 25, 2011, 07:17:27 PM
a select few, like Sin City, deserve cult status)

I dunno about cult status, but Sin City did a great job of capturing the feel that Frank Miller was going for with that comic series. The whole black and white posterized look of the books was a stylized attempt at giving it a bit of a 50's noir feel, something the movie did an excellent job of. I know I've used the term "noir" a lot lately in describing movies, but Sin City probably captured that essence the best possible way. Protagonists that are the strong silent type with a murky past, tortured conscience, yet have a heart of gold. Inner monologues that are written pretty well and read even better to help tell the story without sounding forced, contrived, and cheesy. Even great movies like Kill Bill vol1&2 didn't do as good of a job at it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 26, 2011, 04:51:19 AM
I dunno about cult status, but Sin City did a great job of capturing the feel that Frank Miller was going for with that comic series. The whole black and white posterized look of the books was a stylized attempt at giving it a bit of a 50's noir feel, something the movie did an excellent job of. I know I've used the term "noir" a lot lately in describing movies, but Sin City probably captured that essence the best possible way. Protagonists that are the strong silent type with a murky past, tortured conscience, yet have a heart of gold. Inner monologues that are written pretty well and read even better to help tell the story without sounding forced, contrived, and cheesy. Even great movies like Kill Bill vol1&2 didn't do as good of a job at it.

I was trying to cleverly tie in that I liked Sin City. The black, white, and red all over effect was cool for a while. After it wore off and got super annoying, the movie was still really good. So because it did good despite of its lame gimmick, that makes it the best of the recent comic book movies. I liked 300 too, despite it's retarded comic book styling. One forgotten movie that pulled off it's comic book styling without hitch is Dick Tracey. They cleverly used backdrops, movie props, and wardrobe colors to portray the original style without having to add stupid editing effects. Had they waited until today to do the movie, they probably would have used those stupid editing effects and made it REALLY suck.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 26, 2011, 01:07:17 PM
The Hangover Part 2 - 4/10 - Bad. About as comedy-free as a comedy can get. Glad I only paid matinee price.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 10, 2011, 07:11:51 PM
Your Highness - 0/10

I knew it was going to be about as funny as an instructional video on knitting so I tried to not watch it. Accidentally walked in on the last 30 minutes. Calling it low brow is an insult to cave-men. Describing it as dick and fart jokes is an insult to fart jokes. Calling it unfunny is an insult to dane cook. It's by far the worst B lot comedy ever produced. I may even demand my $1 back from redbox.

 :WTF:  :frustration:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on September 10, 2011, 08:15:26 PM
The Book of Eli  6/10

Too Preachy ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on September 12, 2011, 10:48:12 AM
Hobo with a Shotgun was a horrific film, I hated it! Ridiculous, obscene violence and the children killing was so unneccesary. vile.  :razzberry:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 14, 2011, 07:15:14 PM
HAHA! Yeah, I don't think there would be any middle of the road votes for that movie. Either you love that type of movie, or you hate it. :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on September 15, 2011, 03:30:01 PM
Drop Dead Fred (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0101775/) <--IMDB Link.

20/10

I remember watching this when I was like 7-8 and dying laughing.  I used to watch it like crazy, until my mom actually heard some of the shit Rik Mayall was saying when I was watching it one day and she threw the movie away :(.  He doesn't say anything too bad, but whatev.  I forgot all about this movie til I saw some kind of article somewhere about how they were possibly remaking the movie and using Russel Brand as Drop Dead Fred this time since he is almost Rik Mayall to a damn T, in the sense of how he acts and talks etc.  But anywaysssssssss.....I dunno why, but I really like this movie and thought it was funny as hell.  Just some of the shit Rik does is fucking hilarious especially between: "It's the MEGABITCH!", or the "Icky icky dog poo" scene, rofl, and the part where he looks up Elizabeth's mom's skirt and says "COBWEBS!" and his facial expression rofl.  Now that I typed a novel, apparently somebody has this movie posted on youtube in 10 parts which means I can watch this movie while I'm at work off my phone which is sweet haha.  But here's the youtube link to part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTHaxstaEM8
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on September 15, 2011, 06:00:23 PM
I used to watch it like crazy, until my mom actually heard some of the shit Rik Mayall was saying when I was watching it one day and she threw the movie away :(.

 :WTF: You had a mother?

I was picturing maybe upbringing by wild badgers or something.


:dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: BIG DICK RICK on September 15, 2011, 06:26:29 PM
I used to watch it like crazy, until my mom actually heard some of the shit Rik Mayall was saying when I was watching it one day and she threw the movie away :(.

 :WTF: You had a mother?

I was picturing maybe upbringing by wild badgers or something.


:dohdohdoh:


this fucking guy...... ahaha.

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on September 17, 2011, 01:32:10 AM
I used to watch it like crazy, until my mom actually heard some of the shit Rik Mayall was saying when I was watching it one day and she threw the movie away :(.

 :WTF: You had a mother?

I was picturing maybe upbringing by wild badgers or something.


:dohdohdoh:


this fucking guy...... ahaha.



I think I read somewhere that there is going to be a remake of that movie. I remember watching Drop Dead Fred like back in 2002. Very funny. One of my Top 20 films along with Trainspotting.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on September 18, 2011, 04:56:32 AM
Paul: 4/10.  Why?  It just wasn't funny.  It COULD of been funny but the constant swear/body part jokes weren't funny.  The gay ones were (the running gag of are the two guys gay) but the others weren't.   Maybe that's why when they wrote it nick frost's character (blatantly) didn't find them funny either.  I think the only ones who did in the movie where the alien and the girl.  The funniest part was the "Stay away from her you bitch" like.  Again, they made several Spielberg references but only one Sigourney Weaver reference?  They could of made those through out the whole movie too based on the plot & some explanation by the alien.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 18, 2011, 08:29:34 AM
Paul: 4/10.  Why?  It just wasn't funny.  It COULD of been funny but the constant swear/body part jokes weren't funny.  The gay ones were (the running gag of are the two guys gay) but the others weren't.   Maybe that's why when they wrote it nick frost's character (blatantly) didn't find them funny either.  I think the only ones who did in the movie where the alien and the girl.  The funniest part was the "Stay away from her you bitch" like.  Again, they made several Spielberg references but only one Sigourney Weaver reference?  They could of made those through out the whole movie too based on the plot & some explanation by the alien.

The problem with the movie was without question... Seth Rogan. That guy is like a vacuum salesman for comedy. He sprinkles things that could be funny onto the carpet and then vacuums them up before they stick. Not only that, the entire movie he was trying as hard as possible to sound, act, and time his jokes exactly like Penn Jillette. In fact when I came out of the movie, I said to my wife: "You know, Penn used to be a whole lot funnier than that." To which she corrected me.

If they filmed the exact same movie again with the exact same script and just replaced Seth Rogan, it probably would have been comic gold. Honestly I thought it was more like a 7 or an 8 because Simon Pegg and Nick Frost can certainly make up for a lot of shortcomings... but without actual talent to back up Paul, his character was some fifth wheel in an otherwise good movie. I'm thinking back to the parts of the movie that I loved the most... and they didn't involve a single line from Paul. They were mostly slapstick involving his character... go figure.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: haunted on September 19, 2011, 06:53:06 PM
the hurt locker....... 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on September 23, 2011, 09:54:32 PM
The Suicide Club (Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3F6pqD2pqr4&feature=related))
 
WTF WAS THAT/10 :o


I remember I saw part of it like four years ago. I couldn't watch it anymore :sorry:

Best Parts (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEJr8CxiQ44&feature=related) :ubershock: :bigcry:

I don't know if it was the skull cracking, or the blood splattering, it's like my own personal hell just watching people commit suicide :WTF:

When I am in the subway, I always make sure I am far from the yellow line because of this movie :shifteyes:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on September 24, 2011, 04:50:23 AM
The Getaway 5/10

Had an all star cast but it took itself way too seriously. I would be amiss if I don't mention that Kim Basinger has a ridiculous amount of nude scenes in this movie.



The Suicide Club (Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3F6pqD2pqr4&feature=related))
 
WTF WAS THAT/10 :o

Watched that "best part" video. That's messed up. Although it's honestly less depressing than an equally odd movie about mass suicide called Sunshine.  :nana:

I have to say that knowing it's an Asian film, and after seeing The Eye 2, that kind of gore is just comical. In the Eye 2 she tries to kill herself by jumping off a building, but survives. So she crawls back up to do it again. Really odd. Can't be taken seriously in a sane world. Actually that kind of blood splatter is more like an old kung-fu film.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-sVzoEh78c
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 24, 2011, 08:27:34 AM
The Getaway 5/10

Had an all star cast but it took itself way too seriously. I would be amiss if I don't mention that Kim Basinger has a ridiculous amount of nude scenes in this movie.

You say that like it's a bad thing.

(http://focalor.tastyspleen.net/images/aimbots/gayalarm.gif)
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Post by: peewee_RotA on September 24, 2011, 09:29:07 AM
The Getaway 5/10

Had an all star cast but it took itself way too seriously. I would be amiss if I don't mention that Kim Basinger has a ridiculous amount of nude scenes in this movie.

You say that like it's a bad thing.

(http://focalor.tastyspleen.net/images/aimbots/gayalarm.gif)

I actually put no negative connotation on it what-so-ever. Although it's very hard to shake her roles from Wayne World 2 or My Step Mother is an Alien. So to me it's kind of like Anna Faris doing nude scenes. Not saying I would mind, but it's silly. I guess a good comparison is Jennifer Tilly.. who is in this movie and also does nude scenes.

All-in-all, this would be a great movie for Foc. (And I only mentioned it originally because I figured you'd grab a copy based on that "recommendation."  :frag:)
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on September 24, 2011, 01:48:18 PM
Nice save, fruity pie. :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 01, 2011, 04:47:38 AM
Season of the witch 7/10

Not nearly as bad as everyone makes it out to be. The script was not good, but it was really just a generic medieval adventure film. Hopefully it's the first of a movement to bring back the Red Sonja-esque genre.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on October 09, 2011, 07:14:16 PM
Scream 4... 1/10

Slashers suck. This was just another stupid slasher.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on October 10, 2011, 08:47:06 PM
Transformers 3: 2/10.

It sucked.  Really?  They made a movie with giant fighting robots suck!  Why?  I don't know but the giant robot scenes weren't exciting, I don't give a crap about the woman walking around in her underwear.  The entire time I thought she was going to betray him.  Why?  Because she's out of nowhere.   Seems more like a gold digger going with whats-his-name after he saved the world then the previous chick.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 16, 2011, 06:14:05 AM
Zookeeper 0/10





The Thing (2011) - 9/10

The movie itself was good, but not great. What I really like about it is that the director went to painstaking efforts to make it a devoted prequel. I have loads of respect for that and I think that every fan of The Thing (1982) will enjoy it.

To explain the needless confusion to the non-fans. There are 3 movies based off of the story "Who goes there". "The Thing From Another World" is the first, and it follows the original set up of the book, but changes the monster into a weird carrot monster. John Carpenter's "The Thing" (1982) is set up to have all of the opening events from "Who Goes There" happen to a Norwegian camp near-by, but the movie takes place in an American camp. So "The Thing" (1982) is technically a sequel. So "The Thing" (2011) is made to be a prequel, not a remake. But since "The Thing From Another World" is technically the original and "The Thing" (1982) is technically a sequel, then "The Thing" (2011) is technically a remake of "The Thing from Another World"!

So... "The Thing" (2011) is a remake carrying the same name as it's own sequel. 

Make sense? :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on October 27, 2011, 07:37:29 PM
The Suicide Club (Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3F6pqD2pqr4&feature=related))
 
WTF WAS THAT/10 :o


I remember I saw part of it like four years ago. I couldn't watch it anymore :sorry:

Best Parts (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEJr8CxiQ44&feature=related) :ubershock: :bigcry:

I don't know if it was the skull cracking, or the blood splattering, it's like my own personal hell just watching people commit suicide :WTF:

When I am in the subway, I always make sure I am far from the yellow line because of this movie :shifteyes:

So to make this creepier...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aokigahara#Visitors_and_suicides
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on October 28, 2011, 05:45:16 PM
Who the fuck would want to kill themselves in a forest. They make it like a hobby wtf man :o
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on October 28, 2011, 06:23:56 PM
it's easier to clean  then a building or sidewalk.   :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on November 01, 2011, 04:06:13 AM
Watched several old horror movies over the Halloween weekend.

At our Halloween party Saturday night, after having difficulty deciding among several possibilities, at the last minute I happened to notice the original The Evil Dead in our DVD stash, and the choice was made.  It's loads of fun, and sounds great with the subwoofer cranked:

The Evil Dead (http://movies.tvguide.com/the-evil-dead/review/114127) (1983)


Later, my wife and I watched several older horror flicks, trying to find ones we hadn't seen before.  I'd seen a couple of these, but several were new to us:

Horror of Dracula (http://movies.tvguide.com/horror-of-dracula/review/101241) (1958)

Curse Of The Demon (http://movies.tvguide.com/curse-of-the-demon/review/111947) (1958)

The Seventh Victim (http://movies.tvguide.com/the-seventh-victim/review/117340) (1943)

The Black Room (http://movies.tvguide.com/the-black-room/review/109512) (1935)

The Devil Bat (http://movies.tvguide.com/the-devil-bat/review/112824) (1941)


All of these were enjoyable... and The Devil Bat was gloriousy cheesy.


:badgrin:
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Post by: peewee_RotA on November 01, 2011, 05:21:55 AM

All of these were enjoyable... and The Devil Bat was gloriousy cheesy.


That's awesome.

I've got a couple of those "50 movie bundles!" made up of B lot sci-fi and horror films. So far I think that The Amazing Petrified World was my favorite sci-fi and Moon of the Wolf was the biggest gem so far in the horror list. One interesting thing is that Blood Tide (featuring James Earl Jones) is in both the Sci-Fi and Horror collections. So I have 2 copies of it... lol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on November 09, 2011, 06:15:07 AM
recently watched Alpha Dog, based on true events movie...

was a good movie, pretty intense...i'd recommend it
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: fdrjk on November 09, 2011, 11:50:50 AM
American Psycho

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/c7/American_Psycho_Music_From_The_Motion_Picture.jpg/220px-American_Psycho_Music_From_The_Motion_Picture.jpg)

9/10

Pretty good movie, hilarious at times, too. Never read the book, but I still recommend it w/o reading the book; my guess is that it wouldn't spoil the ending.  :shifteyes:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 09, 2011, 12:15:59 PM
my guess is that it wouldn't spoil the ending. 

There was an ending?  :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Gouki on November 09, 2011, 04:55:49 PM
Recently watched the new Tron
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on November 09, 2011, 08:43:08 PM
Recently watched the new Tron

Was it good?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on November 23, 2011, 03:17:38 PM
Captain America: 8/10.

Pretty fun movie to watch.  Only complaint was the ending.  It would make sense to end it differently but then they would need a real CA sequel before they could make The Avengers.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 25, 2011, 07:07:02 PM
Super 8 - 3/10

This movie had multiple personality disorder. It's like spielberg decided that he needed to remake goonies... except he made it more like ruskies. He then added elements of cloverfield, sprinkled in a tiny amount of ET, added some of The Hulk (2003), tried to turn it into tremors, only to leave off with the love child of black hawk down and phenomenon.


Besides the extreme inconsistent nature of the film, it was really poor quality. You can't say that it was at least big budget because if that thing cost more than $1000 to produce, then somebody is embezzling that production budget. Script was aweful. Acting was held hostage by the script. The camera angles were disgustingly bad. (especially since the camera shook THE ENTIRE MOVIE!!!!!!)

I can only say one good thing about this movie. The setting (for the few scenes where it stayed in the goonies remake genre) was extremely well put together. You actually felt like you were in the small town. Like as if you were standing on the street corner looking around. You get to feel like you are actually there.... for about 3 scenes... 

 :LAME:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on November 25, 2011, 07:27:08 PM
I wanted to see that movie.   :grrrr:

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World: 9/10

Same message as the previous three: enjoy your family.  Same basic plot idea: two kids who don't know a parent is a spy and end up saving their parents and the world.  Still very fun to watch.  As usual, good CGI (that company just gets better and better), good acting and the kids loved it.  I enjoyed it (kids got it from an 8 to a 9).   Good over-the-top jokes when they're funny.  Alexa Vegas is pretty hot now too.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on November 25, 2011, 08:30:09 PM
Recently watched the new Tron

Was it good?

Tron: Legacy? I thought it was kinda dumb personally. Not much more than an attempt to rehash an old decent movie for the purpose of making money rather telling a good story. "Oooooo we can use updated CGI effects! Everyone will flock to the theaters like sheep! We can make video games and action figures! MONEY IN THE BANK!" Yeah, that kinda thing. It wasn't completely horrible, but there was nothing really original in it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on November 26, 2011, 06:53:25 PM
Conan (2011)

Before I rate it, I can't compare it to the original. So I'm going to pretend that it is in fact a remake Beast Master or Red Sonja...

10/10

This generic barbarian movie that had nothing to do with Conan was awesome. I hope that they continue to make more generic barbarian movies not based on Conan. Because the world needs more generic barbarian films, especially ones that are not remakes of Conan. So this guy who was not named Conan killed a lot of people and was a general bad ass. It was extremely inventive and very cool by way of the action, that no person named Conan took part in. This movie was definitely the best generic barbarian movie that is not a remake of Conan that I have seen in a very long time.

I hope that they make more movies that are not Conan!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Punk_FAS on December 02, 2011, 09:01:15 PM
Touching the Void - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0379557/

Awesome movie; excellent cinematography.  It's half documentary, half dramatic re-enactment about 2 British mountain climbers that attempt a route up a 21,000 ft, South American mountain that has never been completed.  They encounter some pretty incredible challenges along the way, and the movie details these challenges.  You discover early on into the documentary that they both survive, but had you just watched the events unfold as they happened, you probably wouldn't believe it.

Anyway, great movie, absolutely worth checking out.  Oh, and don't read the synopsis; it gives too many details about what difficulties they run into, and I believe it will be more compelling to just watch the events take place as they happen.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: C69nc3R on December 04, 2011, 03:09:14 AM
I watched jack and jill with adam sandler at the cinemas. wasn't a bad movie. I had a laughing fit during the toilet scene after he has eaten mexican food.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 11, 2011, 06:48:47 PM
The Adjustment Bureau - 1/10

Conversation we had is as follows

Wife: Wanna watch the Adjustment Bureau?
Me: Um. O.k.
*movie turns on and opening scene starts*
Me: Is this just another movie with boring scenes set to crappy music?
Wife: No!


LIAR!!! Holy crap now I need to take some tylenol. Giving me a headache is not art.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Fluke on December 12, 2011, 02:05:58 PM
Lapland Odessy  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1454505/
A comedy about Janne, a man from Lapland in Northern Finland, a man who has made a career out of living on welfare. Inari, his girlfriend, is tired of Janne's incapability of getting a grip on life. Janne wasn't even able to buy a digital TV box that Inari had given money for. Inari gives an ultimatum: a digital box needs to arrive by dawn or she leaves. Janne sets out into the night with his two friends to find a box. On their way to the city of Rovaniemi, Janne and his friends face many challenges, obstacles and temptations. They learn that they need to be daring. There's no room to give into bitterness. The most important thing isn't success, but rather the journey in itself.

This is a Finnish comedy and I loved that they kept the language native and didn't try to go "global" (sorry but Finnish people tend to speak English bad).
The plot seems silly when you first hear about it... but don't be lured! I usually find this genre over-acted/done/silly (in the Adam Sandler way) but this move is over all worth to watch, and if you lack humor there's some lovely winter scenery!

All n all da grade is: 7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: PantiK on December 12, 2011, 02:15:48 PM
THE GREEN LANTERN!

on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being an absolute abortion of a film that no human being should waste even a moment of their time even just watching the trailer and 10 being the most epic must see movie ever) i give it a 5.  A gut shot.

Its a good movie to watch and kill some time.  Not a total waste of time.  CGI is pretty cool.  story line....meh.  Acting was good for what they had to work with.  no boobs :( 

I watched it once...will i watch it again? no. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on December 12, 2011, 03:10:43 PM
THE GREEN LANTERN!  [...]   no boobs :( 

Au contraire!

(http://tastyspleen.net/~quadz/sillypx/power-ring.jpg)

:dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 12, 2011, 10:17:07 PM
Conan (2011)
...
10/10

The Adjustment Bureau - 1/10

Conversation we had is as follows

Wife: Wanna watch the Adjustment Bureau?
Me: Um. O.k.
*movie turns on and opening scene starts*
Me: Is this just another movie with boring scenes set to crappy music?
Wife: No!


LIAR!!! Holy crap now I need to take some tylenol. Giving me a headache is not art.

Conan gets a 10 and this gets a 1? What the hell man. Have you suffered any significant head trauma lately? :exqueezeme:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 13, 2011, 05:54:41 AM
Conan gets a 10 and this gets a 1? What the hell man. Have you suffered any significant head trauma lately? :exqueezeme:

Last person on earth I expected to defend a blatant chick flick.. but whatever.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 13, 2011, 10:19:07 AM
The Adjustment Bureau was a chick flick? Then what was the Yaya Sisterhood, a sci-fi thriller?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 13, 2011, 10:29:44 AM
The Adjustment Bureau was a chick flick?

A film about love at first sight, sacrificing your love for someone else's dreams, holding on to love, love being fate, fighting fate for love, and convincing god himself that your love is worth it....


Definitely not a chick flick...  :ohlord:

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on December 13, 2011, 10:47:55 AM
I don't care what anyone says, "Kate and Leopold" was a sci-fi adventure!   :rockon:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 13, 2011, 11:09:44 AM
If that's the case, then Braveheart was a chick flick too, right?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 13, 2011, 11:12:55 AM
If that's the case, then Braveheart was a chick flick too, right?

...or The Time Traveler's Wife and My Sister's Keeper are sci-fi thrillers.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 13, 2011, 12:12:28 PM
Don't know those. You know chick flicks/sci-fi better than I do.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on December 13, 2011, 12:45:15 PM
Don't know those. You know chick flicks/sci-fi better than I do.

you win
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: PantiK on December 13, 2011, 04:27:32 PM
DESPICABLE ME!!...movie is a cartoon.  Movie is about a vilian trying to get funding so he can steal the moon.  With help from his minions and 3 new friends...he ends up stealing our hearts in this heart warmth flick!!!   bahahaha!!  nah, but seriously...this movie was haliarious...mostly because of the little yellow guys!!!!  they cracked me up!

i give this movie a 9.5 out of 10 for funny cartoon family movies!!!  a definate must see and i hope they make a sequel focused a little bit more on the yellow minions!!!  halarious for all ages!

Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on December 15, 2011, 10:27:40 AM
The Eagle 8/10

I am a history buff,and like anything about Rome. This movie had the interesting perspective of being set entirely in a half conquered Brittan where the son of a disgraced legionarry comander tries to rstore honour to his family name by tracking down the regimental eagle that fell into enemy hands when the legion was massacred 20 years previously. It was intriguing seeing Celtic tribes portrayed in all their rancid nutsack glory. Nicely photographed,enough action and a fun tale well told.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on December 22, 2011, 10:14:31 AM
I got the bootleg... I was not impressed :smiley_aamv:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 22, 2011, 02:53:26 PM
Was sitting here watching TV a few minutes ago when they come on with a commercial for this new Napoleon Dynamite animated series on Fox. I once had an extreme lapse in good judgment and subjected myself to the "chinese boring torture" that is watching Napoleon Dynamite. Without a doubt, the dumbest most retardedest stupidest comedy-free waste of time in the history of the world. HOW THE FUCK DID THIS MOVIE EVER BECOME POPULAR? No, really, someone explain it to me, because I can't fucking understand it. It's just sooooooooo fucking stupid. It wasn't even REMOTELY funny, not even once. And now they're gonna make a fucking weekly series about it!?! Are you fucking shitting me!?! I guess they finally ran out of spin-off ideas for new CSI (and similar cop dramas) and medical/hospital drama shows. Seriously, I think we're finally reaching the finite threshold where there is NOTHING left to make movies or TV shows about that hasn't already been done, so now we're forced to recycle and remake everything. Yes. Time to start reading fucking books again, I guess.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: reaper on December 22, 2011, 07:11:00 PM
tales from the crypt, some of them get 10/10.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on December 22, 2011, 07:21:23 PM
just watched Green street hooligans....pretty crazy movie
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]Sigma on December 22, 2011, 10:01:31 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D_luIM6xaIck
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: wallppen on December 23, 2011, 12:30:53 AM
Napoleon dynamite was amazing....The soundtrack you should understand is a compositional masterpiece. The plot put me on the edge of my seat.  And the character pedro was so well played by Efren Ramirez that it brought a tear to my eye.  I give it 2 thumbs up. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on December 23, 2011, 05:49:02 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D_luIM6xaIck

Another Alien movie... awesome (I just hope he didn't add all the pointless crap he said he would if he did Alien now a days).  It better focus on the alien & situation, not the "stories" of the characters.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on December 23, 2011, 01:06:55 PM
I'm on 56k dialup so YouTube is pretty much off limits to me at the moment. If we're talking about another Alien movie as in the same Aliens HR Giger designed, then hopefully they won't butcher the hell out of it by using way too much CGI for the aliens. I thought the first two were very nicely done with basically puppets, especially the first one considering it was the late 70's and a lot of people were still using crappy stop-motion animation of statues which mostly looked horrible. Remember the old Clash of the Titans with Harry Hamlin? Yeah, that was a cool movie, but the stop-motion animation in some scenes was pretty cheesy. You'd think these days, they could have enough money and experience to use some really detailed puppets and camera trickery to reproduce the same Aliens we know and love from the 80's. Computer shit just looks cheesy, not to the same extent as stop-motion, but pretty close. Like the Lord of the Rings movies. Sure, those movies were done very well and computer graphics were nice, but the body and facial movements of Golem looked pretty unnatural. I gotta think they could've used some really super thin Holocaust-ish looking actor and prosthetic makeup to make Golem look a little more real.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on December 27, 2011, 01:30:40 AM
Was sitting here watching TV a few minutes ago when they come on with a commercial for this new Napoleon Dynamite animated series on Fox. I once had an extreme lapse in good judgment and subjected myself to the "chinese boring torture" that is watching Napoleon Dynamite. Without a doubt, the dumbest most retardedest stupidest comedy-free waste of time in the history of the world. HOW THE FUCK DID THIS MOVIE EVER BECOME POPULAR? No, really, someone explain it to me, because I can't fucking understand it. It's just sooooooooo fucking stupid. It wasn't even REMOTELY funny, not even once. And now they're gonna make a fucking weekly series about it!?! Are you fucking shitting me!?! I guess they finally ran out of spin-off ideas for new CSI (and similar cop dramas) and medical/hospital drama shows. Seriously, I think we're finally reaching the finite threshold where there is NOTHING left to make movies or TV shows about that hasn't already been done, so now we're forced to recycle and remake everything. Yes. Time to start reading fucking books again, I guess.

I feel the same way. And I don't think I've seen these many commercials for books in my life :lolsign:
I just checked netflix right now, and there is absolutely nothing to watch. The sad thing is, the only interesting films to watch are porns :smiley_aaxx:
What happened to the good movies? Where did they all go?! :ohlord:

Fuck films :death:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 03, 2012, 03:47:09 AM
Smurfs.

Sucked. Not sure I can come up with a 1 out of 10 rating for it. All I can say is that they actual tried to make it suck. So in a way it's a success!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 03, 2012, 08:56:37 AM
Warrior - Amazing/10. Emotionally provoking, heartfelt, great story great writing great fighting. Watch it!

Contagion - 8/10, not generally a fan of the 'ultra realism' type thing, but, very good, loved kate winslet in it.

MIB2 - always fun, will smith is the best. 10000000000/10.

films I have to watch some time soon:

Captain America
Drive
Killer ELite
In Time
Midnight in Paris
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 09, 2012, 03:29:24 AM
Sherlock Homles 2 (2011) - 10/10

I like the series. Hope it continues. It's not exactly the greatest movie ever, but it's the best they could possibly do with the series. So They deserve a perfect score for playing with a money grubbing sequel handicap.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on January 10, 2012, 02:54:13 PM
Quote
10/10
Quote
not exactly the greatest movie ever

What the hell does this even mean?
10/10 means perfect.

Last movie I saw was 'Less Than Zero', about the darker, coked out side of the late 80's ALSO with Robert Downey Jr.
Not really a tear jerker but an interesting window into a better decade of America.

(http://withfriendship.com/images/i/43295/his-book-less-than-zero.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 19, 2012, 05:58:57 PM
Buried 0/10

It was a badly predictable 5 minute story stretched into a full length movie. Definitely something that never should have been made.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 19, 2012, 07:40:42 PM
Jami Gertz was a fox. She probably looks like a lizard-lady now, but back in the late 80's/early 90's, she was hotter than two rats fucking in a wool sock.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: bluemeanies on January 19, 2012, 10:12:25 PM
...Drive is definitely worth checking out...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 20, 2012, 12:23:59 AM
A couple other actresses from the old days (well, MY old days anyway) that I would've boned the shit out of:

Sean Young
Rachel Ward
Hunter Tylo
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 20, 2012, 03:39:45 AM
Sean Young

 :exqueezeme:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFL1UXuHJ-A


Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 20, 2012, 07:38:42 PM
So either you think Sean Young really has a penis,... or you are fucking BLIND, BROTHER, because she looks damn hot in her underwear! She's a little old now, probably not as much to bonersize about anymore. Last I heard, she got a job doing one of those shitty daytime soaps. Yeah, she was never a particularly good actress, but obviously it wasn't her acting talents that got her roles... unless we're talking about her acting like a hot little fox, in which case that was no act. SCHWING!

I have no clue what Rachel Ward looks like anymore, probably old and only marginally bone-able if you're good and drunk. Just out of curiosity, I shall google.

AFTER GOOGLING: Ugh! That was a trip I could've done without. How depressing. An old cat hag.

(http://www.celebritybazar.com/rachel_ward/ward2.jpg)

This is the Rachel Ward I remember:
(http://s11.allstarpics.net/images/orig/0/v/0v1snlhq2u1a1uh.jpg)

Hunter Tylo... WHOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She got some heavy-duty plastic surgery done. TOTALLY fucked up her face. She's about half way to giving that fugly cat-faced woman (dunno her name) some real competition.

(http://hairstyles.comyr.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/hunterTylo_after_355.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 21, 2012, 02:20:21 PM
 Wow, you really take your obscure old hot actresses seriously!  :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on January 21, 2012, 08:26:07 PM
Of course I do. Sometimes I sit outside their houses at night with a steak knife and wearing nothing at all except an easter bunny costume head.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on January 23, 2012, 01:30:28 PM
haha Like that Entourage episode? :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Booya on January 23, 2012, 02:24:22 PM
Sanctum. Based on a true story.  :humm: ...........wow?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Sgt. Dick on January 23, 2012, 03:55:27 PM
Foc,

It is better to remember them like they were.  Our memories probably make them even better than they were back then.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 24, 2012, 03:34:22 AM
Sanctum. Based on a true story.  :humm: ...........wow?

All claims that a movie are based on a true story are lies. Even when they are, they are horribly inaccurate. Same is true with Sanctum. The film is entirely made up, but dedicated to a real diver.

All that aside, I thought it was very good.


interesting read:
http://www.cracked.com/article_19564_6-based-true-story-movies-with-unpleasant-epilogues.html
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on January 27, 2012, 09:13:46 AM
Apollo 18 2/10

It's not a 0/10 only because the little spider things were cool, and I hope that they make their way into a movie that doesn't suck.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on January 27, 2012, 02:37:07 PM
In Time.

9/10, veeeeeeeeeery good imo. thoroughly enjoyed it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on January 27, 2012, 10:10:31 PM
anyone have seen the Darkest Hour?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1093357/

how is it?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 01, 2012, 07:53:12 PM
Contagion

I don't know how to rate it. On a theatrics scale, it was a crappy homage to Outbreak. On a creepy scale, it wasn't at all. On a realism scale, it wasn't but it took itself so seriously that any minor error is a big deal. So how do you look at it?

I guess it's good and I recommend it. The directing was superb and the subtle political bits were great story telling aspects. It just doesn't live up to any of its own expectations.


At this point I just have Donald Sutherland's voice stuck in my head..."Sand man, viper command!"
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Er!c@ on February 01, 2012, 10:53:19 PM
Contagion

I don't know how to rate it. On a theatrics scale, it was a crappy homage to Outbreak. On a creepy scale, it wasn't at all. On a realism scale, it wasn't but it took itself so seriously that any minor error is a big deal. So how do you look at it?

I guess it's good and I recommend it. The directing was superb and the subtle political bits were great story telling aspects. It just doesn't live up to any of its own expectations.


At this point I just have Donald Sutherland's voice stuck in my head..."Sand man, viper command!"



The movie broke my heart from the very beginning, i had a really hard time convincing myself to finish the movie :( and im a total germaphobe and the way they showed the spreading of virus i couldn't touch public things without thinking twice lol
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 02, 2012, 03:30:23 AM
The movie broke my heart from the very beginning, i had a really hard time convincing myself to finish the movie :( and im a total germaphobe and the way they showed the spreading of virus i couldn't touch public things without thinking twice lol

I guess after following the media joke that was the swine flu, I noticed the consistent inconsistencies in the movie. The people they killed off in the beginning really did tick me off. It was like they were actively trying to make the audience angry. And don't start with that realism/unrealism crap because this movie felt it should be psuedo-realistic in places (which were all detriments to the film as a whole) and felt that it could take poetic license in other places, which were the parts I really liked.

That's why you get things like one house in a peaceful suburb getting murdered by bandits, but the same suburb remains completely crime free for the remainder of the movie.

I don't find myself being this harsh on movies like Outbreak or The Crazies because they don't have this "LOOK AT ME, I'M A SERIOUS AND REALISTIC MOVIE!!!" marketing gimmick slapped over them. They are just a story placed in a fictional setting with nothing but fictional elements and a reasonable suspension of disbelief.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 03, 2012, 09:14:15 PM
Some sad news: Ben Gazzara dead at age 81.

http://news.yahoo.com/actor-ben-gazzara-dead-81-013807279.html

It's a crime they didn't mention probably his best-known cult classic movie Roadhouse where he plays the bad guy Brad Wesley.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 04, 2012, 07:41:58 PM
Rockem Sockem Robots: The Movie (Real Steel) 0/10


 :ohlord: :ohlord: :ohlord: :ohlord: :ohlord: :ohlord:  :raincloud:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 04, 2012, 10:24:20 PM
Noooooooooo, but Hugh Jackman is a GREAT actor. Better than Daniel Day Lewis, better than Leonardo DiCaprio, although not quite as good as Keanu Reeves.

Hope you didn't pay money for that movie. :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 05, 2012, 03:23:14 AM
Noooooooooo, but Hugh Jackman is a GREAT actor. Better than Daniel Day Lewis, better than Leonardo DiCaprio, although not quite as good as Keanu Reeves.

Hope you didn't pay money for that movie. :D

Gotta be honest, I liked Hugh Jackman until watching this movie. It's like Kevin Bacon in Sleepers. You never look at him the same again.

I did pay the $1.20 redbox price for it. I still feel cheated.   >:(
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: adz1La on February 05, 2012, 03:30:46 AM
what did you honestly expect...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 05, 2012, 05:26:11 AM
what did you honestly expect...

For my wife to pick out a better movie next time.  :frustration:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Booya on February 07, 2012, 04:06:08 PM
Is it me or what... samuel l jackson has been in some pretty awfull movies last cpl yrs....
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on February 12, 2012, 08:39:31 PM
Contagion

I don't know how to rate it. On a theatrics scale, it was a crappy homage to Outbreak. On a creepy scale, it wasn't at all. On a realism scale, it wasn't but it took itself so seriously that any minor error is a big deal. So how do you look at it?

I guess it's good and I recommend it. The directing was superb and the subtle political bits were great story telling aspects. It just doesn't live up to any of its own expectations.


At this point I just have Donald Sutherland's voice stuck in my head..."Sand man, viper command!"

I've seen both, I can't see ANY resemblance to Oubreak what-so-ever. Not even in the same ballpark. I also got the seriousness of Contagion. It can AND has happened to a smaller extent. Also, being in the restaurant business for many many years I can totally see the initial spread of it coming from some moron chef not washing his hands.

im a total germaphobe and the way they showed the spreading of virus i couldn't touch public things without thinking twice lol

HAHA funny story on that one. The next morning after watching it i was at work and this women and her little daughter came in to by some medicine. I asked her if her little girl was feeling bad. Now mind you, they had both done handle the medicine i was scanning, put their hands on the counter, the mom had run her card and used her fingers for the touch screen, etc etc. So she answered me with "Yea we just came back from the doctors and she has pink eye" So yea, i'm thinking back to Contagion and in my mind I was "Oh well thats just fucking great". Had to rub down the whole place in germ killer :(

Some sad news: Ben Gazzara dead at age 81.

http://news.yahoo.com/actor-ben-gazzara-dead-81-013807279.html

It's a crime they didn't mention probably his best-known cult classic movie Roadhouse where he plays the bad guy Brad Wesley.

One of my favorite rolls he played in was in Road House!

OK, last movie i saw:
Underworld: Awakening 3D
WAY WAY over the top with the amount of punishment she was able to spring back up from like nothing, and i'm an Underworld fan.
Great special effects though, good movie if you can get past what she just gets right back up from.
Best scene: Elevator shaft scene, again though what she gets right back up from in that scene is impossible even for total badass vampires.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 13, 2012, 03:55:53 AM
I've seen both, I can't see ANY resemblance to Oubreak what-so-ever. Not even in the same ballpark.

 :exqueezeme:

I have to say that I have no freaking clue what you could possibly mean by this statement. They are the two biggest and most well known movies about a highly infections virus... killing within 3 days... and a government lock down being enforced which causes lots of harm to the people involved.

Recognizing the stark contrasts between the way that one (outbreak) is a theatrical story with a clear level of suspension of disbelief and the other (Contagion) takes itself so seriously that any plot hole or misstated fact ends it's suspension of disbelief, is a point that I thought I made well. They are very dissimilar in style and overall plot, but they are in the same secluded sub-genre. Not comparing the two is like not comparing Return of the Living Dead with Night of the Living Dead.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on February 13, 2012, 04:03:21 AM
Some sad news: Ben Gazzara dead at age 81.

http://news.yahoo.com/actor-ben-gazzara-dead-81-013807279.html

It's a crime they didn't mention probably his best-known cult classic movie Roadhouse where he plays the bad guy Brad Wesley.

One of my favorite rolls he played in was in Road House!

He played a great Al Capone in some movie back in the early 70's I think. I forget the name of it. Time to wiki and google...

Hehe, Wikipedia says it's called "Capone" I guess. Made in 1975. He looked a helluva lot more like Capone than Robert De Niro ever did in The Untouchables.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on February 13, 2012, 04:14:11 AM
Had to rub down the whole place in germ killer :(

General rule of thumb: the more dangerous the virus, the harder it is to spread.  Most of the fatal viruses that you can get from body fluids don't survive outside of the body for long at all.  However, there's some many non-fatal diseases around that most people are immune to them most of the time. 
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 13, 2012, 04:26:10 AM
Had to rub down the whole place in germ killer :(

General rule of thumb: the more dangerous the virus, the harder it is to spread.  Most of the fatal viruses that you can get from body fluids don't survive outside of the body for long at all.  However, there's some many non-fatal diseases around that most people are immune to them most of the time. 

That's actually the very first thing I said when watching Contagion. The scene where Matt Damon is at the hospital shows that the virus kills so fast, that the plot couldn't allow him to have time to mourn.

I mean I liked the movie. I honestly hope they make more like it. I just have to mention that the whole "Look at me, I'm the most serious and realistic movie you ever saw!!!!" theme just accentuates the plot holes. (And the theme was not made to increase the quality of the story, but to attempt to repeat the Jaws affect)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]DeathStalker on February 13, 2012, 07:01:49 AM
I've seen both, I can't see ANY resemblance to Oubreak what-so-ever. Not even in the same ballpark.

 :exqueezeme:

I have to say that I have no freaking clue what you could possibly mean by this statement. They are the two biggest and most well known movies about a highly infections virus... killing within 3 days... and a government lock down being enforced which causes lots of harm to the people involved.

Recognizing the stark contrasts between the way that one (outbreak) is a theatrical story with a clear level of suspension of disbelief and the other (Contagion) takes itself so seriously that any plot hole or misstated fact ends it's suspension of disbelief, is a point that I thought I made well.

They are very dissimilar in style and overall plot, but they are in the same secluded sub-genre. Not comparing the two is like not comparing Return of the Living Dead with Night of the Living Dead.


Yea thats what I was refering to when I said I couldn't see any similarities. But if your going to use the genre as a basis for comparison then we can't ignore King's "The Stand"  :beer:

Had to rub down the whole place in germ killer :(

General rule of thumb: the more dangerous the virus, the harder it is to spread.  Most of the fatal viruses that you can get from body fluids don't survive outside of the body for long at all.  However, there's some many non-fatal diseases around that most people are immune to them most of the time. 

Yea but Pink Eye is one of the most contagious things out there. And they're touching all over everything ??? Really ??? LOL
And thats right after watching "THAT" movie ? LOL. You can imagina how I fealt right at that moment. "Holy shit ! Pink Eye ? LOCKDOWN !!!! Thing is though wether I watched that movie or not, the mom showed a total lack of concern for anyone else whatsoever.

Had to rub down the whole place in germ killer :(

General rule of thumb: the more dangerous the virus, the harder it is to spread.  Most of the fatal viruses that you can get from body fluids don't survive outside of the body for long at all.  However, there's some many non-fatal diseases around that most people are immune to them most of the time. 

That's actually the very first thing I said when watching Contagion. The scene where Matt Damon is at the hospital shows that the virus kills so fast, that the plot couldn't allow him to have time to mourn.

I mean I liked the movie. I honestly hope they make more like it. I just have to mention that the whole "Look at me, I'm the most serious and realistic movie you ever saw!!!!" theme just accentuates the plot holes. (And the theme was not made to increase the quality of the story, but to attempt to repeat the Jaws affect)

I think after my run-in with the Pink Eye kid the next morning i'de have to say IT WORKED! LOL
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on February 13, 2012, 07:13:01 AM
Yea but Pink Eye is one of the most contagious things out there. And they're touching all over everything ??? Really ??? LOL
And thats right after watching "THAT" movie ? LOL. You can imagina how I fealt right at that moment. "Holy shit ! Pink Eye ? LOCKDOWN !!!! Thing is though wether I watched that movie or not, the mom showed a total lack of concern for anyone else whatsoever.

Pink eye is also one of the harder things to catch, like AIDS, HIV or HPV.  You need physical contact with an open area (in this case, your eye).  I have kids that have had pink eye, it's very easy to not catch.  :D

Now the cold or stomach flu, that's pretty darn hard to avoid!  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on February 13, 2012, 07:42:11 AM
Pink eye is also one of the harder things to catch, like AIDS, HIV or HPV.  You need physical contact with an open area (in this case, your eye).  I have kids that have had pink eye, it's very easy to not catch.  :D

Now the cold or stomach flu, that's pretty darn hard to avoid!  :D

The flu itself is one of those super viruses that these movies are based on.

In order for the virus in Contagion to work, it had to be fast acting, infectious, contagious, and deadly. However you can see lots of parts where they have to fudge with these ideas to make it work in the story. For example the virus is selectively touch only and airborne in different scenes. The gestation period changes wildly between people. The period that people are contagious is instantaneously as well as permanent past death...

Anyway if you look up the spread of diseases like Ebola and even the Swine Flu, it's entirely about poor hygiene and ill-equipped hospitals. One of the things that I really enjoyed about Outbreak is that they took time to explain this. Contagion just kind of relies on the audience ignorance and then builds a mood on top of it.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 06, 2012, 07:28:26 PM
The Big Year 5/10

Eh, it was for the birds.

(absolutely 100% not a comedy)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 07, 2012, 03:57:11 AM
Rockem Sockem Robots: The Movie (Real Steel) 0/10

I got that for the kids when the wife and I went away for the night for my birthday.  They thought it was awesome (giant fighting robots, yeah!).  I thought it was OK, the father-son story was kinda stupid but the robot fights were cool.  I'd give it a 5/10 because the kids LOVED it and it kept them happy.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on March 07, 2012, 07:15:58 AM
The Lorax   7/10

I understand now why this movie is being called Anti Corporate propaganda...because it IS! And in this day and age neccessarily so. And its delightfully heavy handed in its brainwashing...the "villan" is an industialist who makes his money selling Clean Air in bottles since his factories have polluted it all,and one musical number starring the guy who destroys the Truffalo trees in the first place is all about how his greed is justified because its Survival of the Fittest. And at one point he's on a poster with a caption saying,Too Big To Fail. But the Republican machine need not worry:even with all the song n dance the theatregoers still left their crap all over the seats so the enviormental conscience-raising is a failure in all but the very young. Its still a very entertaining movie,yet Danny DeVeto as the Lorax must be the oddest choice for that voice I can think of.

And coicidentally,here is the original animated special for those taking notes...

http://videosift.com/video/The-Lorax-The-Original
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: Booya on March 07, 2012, 07:21:49 AM
The Guard.  7 1/2 - 10  I almost stopped watching after the first couple min, but got through what i thought was gna be a waste of time lmfao through most of it. :) Im not racist. Good watch.  Many many F bombs fyi
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 07, 2012, 07:36:03 AM
The Lorax   7/10

I understand now why this movie is being called Anti Corporate propaganda...because it IS! And in this day and age neccessarily so. And its delightfully heavy handed in its brainwashing...the "villan" is an industialist who makes his money selling Clean Air in bottles since his factories have polluted it all,and one musical number starring the guy who destroys the Truffalo trees in the first place is all about how his greed is justified because its Survival of the Fittest. And at one point he's on a poster with a caption saying,Too Big To Fail. But the Republican machine need not worry:even with all the song n dance the theatregoers still left their crap all over the seats so the enviormental conscience-raising is a failure in all but the very young. Its still a very entertaining movie,yet Danny DeVeto as the Lorax must be the oddest choice for that voice I can think of.

And coicidentally,here is the original animated special for those taking notes...

http://videosift.com/video/The-Lorax-The-Original

All of the original animated adaptations have been pretty good. The book was intentionally written as light political speech, as was other books (The Butter Battle Book, Horton Hears a Who, etc.). I know some people who won't watch the new one because it's a political film. I won't watch the new one because I know it's going to suck.

...Just like every single live action Seuss movie has.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 08, 2012, 10:19:00 AM
Year 1 - 0/10

I didn't actually finish it. I got past the "Ringo was so great in Caveman that we had to remake it!" part and then just shut it off out of sheer boredom.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 08, 2012, 05:19:21 PM
I get the impression from all your reviews that you're a very unhappy man, peewee :( here's a rainbow.

(http://www.rainbowcranbrook.co.uk/Rainbow.png)

have a super day <o/   \o/   \o>
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 08, 2012, 05:29:14 PM
Thanks! I've heard you got enough rainbows to spare.


 :nana:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 08, 2012, 06:02:52 PM
The Warriors Way - 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 10, 2012, 06:53:39 PM
Ghosts of Mars 2/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on March 13, 2012, 03:50:25 PM
The Warriors Way - 9/10

AT least peewee now gave out a very high review score.. Good Move with the rainbow...
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 13, 2012, 04:15:38 PM
The Warriors Way - 9/10

AT least peewee now gave out a very high review score.. Good Move with the rainbow...

Lol I only seem to rate in negatives, 2, 7, and 9. I sometimes do 10.

I stopped doing the huge rant sized reviews for the sake of adam's rainbow.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 18, 2012, 05:31:47 AM
Act of Valor 9/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on March 22, 2012, 04:47:33 AM
Tower Heist

Eddie Murphy's character = 13/10
Ben Stiller's character = 1/10 (as always)

Average = 7/10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ex on March 22, 2012, 09:07:45 PM
Spoiler alert!!!  This movie is slow to start but for sure not bad at all.  You have to have a brain to enjoy this movie.  If you're more into brainless movies, go watch American Pie Reunion.

Silent House - 2012 - 7/10 - A psychological thriller about a young girl who is helping her dad & uncle fix up their old family home, but strange things keep happening.  The movie starts with her sitting on a rock by a lake in the middle of a forest, miles away from anywhere.  She walks back to her house, and runs into an old friend who she can't seem to remember.  They talk for a while and then they part ways for a bit.  She goes inside and continues to wander about, but starts hearing noises like they're someone else in the house.  She brushes it off at first.  Her uncle has to leave to go into town, so she stays to help her father fix up the house in the meantime.  Sounds keep making themselves more apparent until they are non-ignorable (which btw, only she is hearing...her father hears nothing).  She gets her father to help her look around upstairs...

She is attacked and her father ends up bludgeoned almost to death.  She escapes, and the person running around in the house seems all-powerful and able to stay completely hidden.  She is alone and scared.  She tries escaping but all the doors are locked from the inside and there are no keys anywhere.  She hears the man coming after her, she hides scared out of her mind, while the figure keeps lurking ever closer to her, chasing her all throughout the house, upstairs, back downstairs, then down to the cellar where she gets trapped.  During this time, the evil man drags and dumps the body of her father down here, and returns upstairs, then comes back downstairs because he noticed her hiding, and starts tearing apart the door of the room she locked herself in.  The cellar has a back doorway which leads to the lower part of the backyard, and she uses a key (found one at this point) to escape.  She runs through the woods until she runs into her uncle returning from town.  She tells him about what happened, so he goes inside looking for the dark man, pistol loaded.  He tells her to wait in the car.  Outside, the car's rear loading door opens.  The figure is standing there, looking at the girl, who is now trembling in fear and runs for her life inside the house to find her uncle.  When she goes inside, her uncle tells her he can't find the man or her father anywhere.  They look and look, but nothing.  They keep searching and get separated in different rooms upstairs.  A loud crash is heard, and her uncle, now unconscious, is now being dragged slowly away by the mysterious figure.  She is in hell.

This is where the movie gets good.  She is able to escape downstairs because the evil man drug her uncle to the cellar.  She's hiding under the dining table, and god no, she hears the evil man dragging her uncle back into the dining room.  She's scared as the dragging sound inches ever so closer and louder, and she LOOKS UP!  Yet she's not under the table.  It's her, dragging her uncle's body, putting it right next to her father's whom is tied up.  She thought she was being chased but it was all in her mind.  She was doing all of it all along.  Suddenly her friend is back, telling her that she knows why this is really happening.  She attacks her friend, and her friend tells her to stop attacking herself.  She looks at her friend's hand, which has a cut in it, but she looks at her own hand...same exact cut.

During the movie, pictures keep being found randomly, but it doesn't show you of what.  Her father and uncle put these pictures up as soon as they find them as well.  At the end, it shows you what they are...pictures of her father having sex with her...while her uncle snapped the photos.  She ends up foolishly letting her father go, and he smacks her to the floor.  Then her uncle actually tries to be a good guy and tells his brother to stop, so the father goes over and starts beating on him.  Foolish move, because a sledgehammer is now in her hand...and she bludgeons her father to death, complete Gallagher-watermellon style.  She nearly does her uncle in, but he's pleading and saying how sorry he is, so she lets him live, and walks away emotionless and drained into the woods...

A very cold movie for sure.  The only reason I didn't give it a 9 or 10 (as I do most psychological thrillers) is because I didn't think her uncle should've been left alive.  He deserved to die as well.  And the movie was just a hair TOO slow, but not intolerable for sure.  Guess you can't have everything.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: ex on March 22, 2012, 09:35:02 PM
Wow, just realized that review was HUGE.  My bad, rofl.  I'll remember to conflate in the future.

Not sure if these movies have been mentioned in this thread, but these are really excellent IMO:

Inception (2010) - 10/10 - Excellent storyline woven into the ideas of what really is "real" or dream.  Makes you question if existence is really just a game we play in our heads, and we're all just asleep dreaming this reality.  Very intense and emotional.  Another psychological thriller.  Also the music was excellent throughout (Hans Zimmer is the man).

Law Abiding Citizen - 10/10 - 2009 - Another good heady one.  Story about a man betrayed by the justice system after his wife and daughter are raped and murdered in front of him, so he spends 10 years learning how to bring the law to its knees.  Accurately depicts how District Attorneys choose a high conviction rate over actually doing what's right.  All throughout this movie, I couldn't help but cheer him on in his insanity...if that shit happened to me, I'd probably do something similar.  Wouldn't have anything left to live for, just like him, that's for sure.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: [BTF]adam on March 24, 2012, 10:55:36 AM
The Hunger Games

1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000/10

if you've read the books, watch this. Incredible.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 24, 2012, 11:55:35 AM
DAMN YOU, YOU SPOILED THE MOVIE!!!!

I'm 1/2 way through the third book atm.  I read them because my son wanted to see the movie but I wanted to know more then "Running Man with kids".  :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: THERSOfi on March 24, 2012, 12:00:48 PM
Demetia (1955)

Watched this a few nights ago at 3 in the morning, it's a silent movie, whilst listening to Bohren und der Club of Gore.
About a girl traveling through the Hollywood streets by night, has a dreamlike/noir feel to it.
Amazing experience, can't recommend it enough, especially when you supply your own 'dreamy/slow' soundtrack.

(http://i40.tinypic.com/i4fed1.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on March 25, 2012, 09:56:54 AM
So I saw Hunger Games yesterday and I'd give it a 7/10.  If I was comparing it to the book, a 3/10.

7 because it SEEMED to short.  Things seemed rushed.  It wasn't short, from start to finish a little over two hours, but it SEEMED like things went by to fast for you to absorb them in through most of the movie.  The love ploted plot (not a typo) seemed like it was just thrown in there, they could of removed the whole "act like you're in love" thing and it would of made more sense.  I thought the scenes with the carrier tributes was spot on though.  They had those kids seem like they were little more then Predators (from the movie) then kids.  Also to the movies credit I like how they had the announcers explain what would of been Katniss's thoughts during the game (what's that, where did this come from, who are they, etc).  The violence/gore was greatly toned down from the book (I was wondering how they would handle that).  Imagine turning off gibbing in Q3A & you have what they did to it (I don't think people would want to see someone's flesh splitting open, leaking fluids and falling off the bone while a weapon is being wrestled from them).

To compare it to the book, the biggest disappointment was how "culturally acceptable" they made District 12 seem.  I know they changed some things to make it in to a movie and keep it shorter (the three book series is pretty much an autobiography/diary which would be hard to make in to a movie), added/deleted some characters, put things from different POV's (in the book you get nothing but the main characters view, you don't know what anyone else is thinking/doing until she knows), changed/added/removed scenes, etc. but District 12 & it's people are nothing I pictured them to be.  From the book itself I assumed they lived in something more like a Mexican or Chinese style slum city (but higher quality vs other down trodden Districts), they don't own razors (all men/young men are clean shaved except if they wanted beards, all women seem to be body-hairless except for Western cultural norms), "clean" means you're just covered in coal dust, things like that.

I'd imagine a recut (ala Lord of the Rings) could be ~4 hours long and I believe I'd prefer that to this one.  However, just like the latest Hitchhikers film, the author worked on the screenplay so I'd assume it was (within reason) acceptable to them.  It's a movie, not a book, after all.
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Post by: [BTF]adam on March 25, 2012, 12:24:22 PM
despite giving it a 1000000000000000000000000000000000000/10, i would agree with everything you said. i'm just too hunger games fanboy blinded to rate it any lower  :grinelectric:

I think, ultimately, you're never going to be able to expect a book to movie, movie to be up to the same standard, literature is just that much more engaging I find for those who do read, but I don't know I just loved every second of it.
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Post by: The Happy Friar on March 25, 2012, 01:33:18 PM
I don't hate book adaptions really, I thought Hunt for Red October was an amazing movie (and book) and so was Jurassic Park.

I'm not a fanboy but I am a fan of the series.  I thought the second book was the better then the first an am designing a Quake 2 map on the 75th games arena.  :D
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Post by: [BTF]adam on March 28, 2012, 11:38:01 AM
saw it again today (this time with a guy, not a lady! :( ) still loved it. every seat in the cinema jolted backwards a bit when the muttation jumped out the bush, even mine and I knew it was coming haha! I definitely feel it should be LONGER and GORIER though. Definitely worth seeing, whether you've read the books or not. if you have the choice though, I would read the books AFTER.
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Post by: fdrjk on March 28, 2012, 11:47:29 AM
Gonna see the Hunger Games hopefully this weekend. Spring Break!  :help:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 28, 2012, 12:49:14 PM
I refuse to see that movie. For the same reason that I refuse to read the book. My nutty fuckin' midlife crisis aunt got my mom into reading the Twilight books, and they went to see all the damn Twilight movies the second they opened. My mom was even trying to get me to read the damn books. Finally my old lady rented the first Twilight movie one night and asked me to watch it with her, so I did, and yeah, all my assumptions were confirmed, nothing but a bunch of WB networkish CRAP. Fuckin girly teenage retarded bullshit that completely ruins every idea Bram Stoker ever had when he wrote Dracula. And when my mom got done with the plethora of Twilight books, then my aunt got her to read Hunger Games, and once again, mom tries talking me into reading that one too. So all I can assume is that it's just as fucking retardedly teenaged as Twilight was. And what further helps me adopt that assumption is that every damn night after the news goes off, Entertainment Tonight comes on (my old lady watches that boring garbage nightly), and without fail, every time they mention anything Hunger Games, it's proceeded by more talk about some Twilight crap. If they're that closely related, then it has to suck 2000 pound whale dick.
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Post by: [BTF]adam on March 28, 2012, 12:51:59 PM
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 28, 2012, 12:54:23 PM
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Indeed.
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Post by: fdrjk on March 28, 2012, 12:55:13 PM
So the Twilight movie sucked, so that means all movies based off of books suck?

 :exqueezeme:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 28, 2012, 12:57:03 PM
That means all movies mentioned in the same Entertainment Tonight segment that Twilight is must suck. That means that every book my aunt reads and then gets my mom to read who then tries to get ME to read... SUCKS.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on March 28, 2012, 01:33:53 PM
Moral of the story. Real men don't read. Real men watch entertainment tonight.  :evilgrin:
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Post by: The Happy Friar on March 28, 2012, 06:32:21 PM
That means all movies mentioned in the same Entertainment Tonight segment that Twilight is must suck. That means that every book my aunt reads and then gets my mom to read who then tries to get ME to read... SUCKS.

I don't watch ET.  :p

The Hunger Games was more about trying not to starve to death and people getting ripped to pieces.  No stupid lovey-dubby romance in it (there is a love story but it's far from the main point of the book).  It's like Running Man with more of a backstory.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 28, 2012, 06:50:11 PM
Moral of the story. Real men don't read. Real men watch entertainment tonight.  :evilgrin:

It has nothing to do with wishing to appear manly. It has everything to do with the fact that I don't want to read flavor-of-the-month pure trash. As far as storytelling goes, none of these hack authors these days hold a candle to the classic masters like Voltaire, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, or Mark Twain. Voltaire... THAT was a fucking author. He didn't waste 300 pages of a book with a bunch of pure filler CRAP describing every little detail of the scenery which was not vital to the story. A lot of authors do that these days because their stories all by themselves aren't good enough to fill up an entire book. If it isn't that, it's publishers who force authors to have a minimum number of pages in order to sell the product at their target price.
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Post by: The Happy Friar on March 28, 2012, 06:57:06 PM
I'd say those authors are good compared to now because they've filtered through all the other stuff that was written when they were alive.  The great authors and books survive, the others die out.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on March 29, 2012, 03:16:39 AM
It has nothing to do with wishing to appear manly. It has everything to do with the fact that I don't want to read flavor-of-the-month pure trash. As far as storytelling goes, none of these hack authors these days hold a candle to the classic masters like Voltaire, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, or Mark Twain. Voltaire... THAT was a fucking author. He didn't waste 300 pages of a book with a bunch of pure filler CRAP describing every little detail of the scenery which was not vital to the story. A lot of authors do that these days because their stories all by themselves aren't good enough to fill up an entire book. If it isn't that, it's publishers who force authors to have a minimum number of pages in order to sell the product at their target price.

Oh no, I totally agree with you. I'm refusing to read/watch those the hunger games because it's the flavor of the month. My wife is a twilight fan who watches E.T., and even she agrees that blindly riding that wave is lame.

We'll probably redbox the film in a few months. But nothing else.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on March 29, 2012, 03:39:31 AM
I'd say those authors are good compared to now because they've filtered through all the other stuff that was written when they were alive.  The great authors and books survive, the others die out.

They (particularly Voltaire) are still better than all of the master storytellers of today. I'll admit, guys like Stephen King for example have turned out a few decent books, but nothing I'd really put on par with the classics. His stuff is better suited for cheesy Creepshow comics if you ask me. Just my opinion. I doubt it's the popular one, but it is what it is.
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Post by: The Happy Friar on March 29, 2012, 05:32:47 AM
I don't like Stephen King or Mark Twain.  :)  I prefer H.G. Wells, Lewis Carroll & Issac Asimov.  I just never found Twain's stuff that fun to read, and when I'm reading fiction I expect it to be fun because it's entertainment.  I spend more time reading technical stuff now though. 

EDIT: I didn't let someone else's opinion of the book decide if I'm going to read it or not.  I'd rather form my own opinions (it helps I didn't see anything but a 30 second movie trailer before I read the book, I actuatly had no clue what it was except that Running Map was a good comparison).  In this case, my son wanted to see the movie and I wasn't comfortable with him seeing a movie based on a book I didn't know anything about (I made that mistake with Harry Potter).  I actually have known the book exists for years but never paid attention to it because to me it was just another book on one side of "I, Robot" and the other side of "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy".
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Post by: yahoo on April 02, 2012, 06:52:10 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mdhLK2DchM

The Selling of SCary Manor

8/10

Saw this one on Cable. Funny and deserves a thumbs up.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on April 03, 2012, 04:36:47 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mdhLK2DchM

The Selling of SCary Manor

8/10

Saw this one on Cable. Funny and deserves a thumbs up.

Looks hilarious I'm going to try to rent a copy!
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Post by: yahoo on April 05, 2012, 05:08:11 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mdhLK2DchM

The Selling of SCary Manor

8/10

Saw this one on Cable. Funny and deserves a thumbs up.

Looks hilarious I'm going to try to rent a copy!

I think its an Indy.. dont forget to watch the closing credits since there are some added segments.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on April 14, 2012, 07:28:09 PM
The Darkest Hour (The war of the cloverfields: Judgement day) 9/10

The first solidly Sci-Fi movie I've seen since Pandorum. Most TV tropes are left out, ignored, or skipped over in a very cool time lapse scene. It's refreshing that a movie like this can make it out of the hollywood machine in this day and age. 

:yessign:
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Post by: peewee_RotA on April 15, 2012, 07:59:14 PM
Immortals (2/10)

The action was ok, but the absolute lack of writing talent was... ummm... really bad and umm... it like sucked yo
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Post by: peewee_RotA on April 19, 2012, 07:33:35 PM
Netherbeast Incorporated (6/10)

But Steve from Blue's Clues is the main character... So it's still officially awesome.
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Post by: Booya on April 20, 2012, 10:30:25 AM
Dream House  7.9

Its a thriller. Decent viewing. Twisty from start to end.
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Post by: yahoo on April 21, 2012, 07:41:13 PM
The Divide

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaLpieSNIfk

7/10

Disturbing movie.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on April 26, 2012, 08:42:26 PM
The Sitter - 10/10

FUNNY! VERY! You should see this one. :thumbsup:
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Post by: [BTF]adam on May 02, 2012, 01:50:06 PM
The Bucket List - godtier/10

nearly made me tear up, made me think a lot. I hate both of those feelings but I APPRECIATE them. really good film.
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Post by: yahoo on May 02, 2012, 06:01:25 PM
Ghost Rider 2

wouldnt touch it with a ten feet pole.. Nick Cage sucks.
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Post by: fdrjk on May 02, 2012, 06:10:54 PM
Gumby: The Movie. Watched this movie all the time when I was a kid lol  :uhoh: Not a bad movie. The stop-motion animation must've taken at least a few eternities .
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 05, 2012, 08:43:28 PM
Hobo with a shotgun: 0/10

It's supposed to be super gritty. I think there was a typo in the script because it's just supper shitty. Makes the quality of Gigli something to look up to. The movie could have been good but the entire production was made by no talent hacks. I wish I could say it offended me by being provacatgive. But the whole tbing about it being a total piece of trash gets in the way of shock value. Like a 4 year old drawing a circle and telling youu it's a ghost. Yeah tottally gorey... :-\

 :LAME:
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 06, 2012, 07:23:47 PM
Hobo with a shotgun: 0/10

It's supposed to be super gritty. I think there was a typo in the script because it's just supper shitty. Makes the quality of Gigli something to look up to. The movie could have been good but the entire production was made by no talent hacks. I wish I could say it offended me by being provacatgive. But the whole tbing about it being a total piece of trash gets in the way of shock value. Like a 4 year old drawing a circle and telling youu it's a ghost. Yeah tottally gorey... :-\

 :LAME:

You are weird. I think I remember you calling the latest Rambo movie pretty much a gift from God. Or maybe it was the Expendables. Yet you think THIS movie is totally worthless?

I'm not gonna say it's particularly awe-inspiring or heart-touching or anything like that. But yeah, it's gory as fuck. 99% sure I've talked about this one before. It's basically a Robert Rodriguez knockoff film. Just over the top gore and characters with a comic book or graphic novel type of storyline, just unmistakably fictional. It just depends on what kinda movie you like. If you like Grindhouse, Machete, or From Dusk Til Dawn, this is right up there in same category. It was made to almost look like some kinda 70's cult classic, and basically it IS a cult classic already. And because of that, either you love it, or you hate it. All cult classic films have a bit of a hokey feel to them, but that's what makes them fun. Personally... I liked it.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 07, 2012, 03:40:06 AM
... right up there in same category.

I think that's insulting to those kinds of movies. Hobo With a Shotgun sucked in every way possible. Predictable, worse than cheesy, horrible acting, terrible camera work, lighting issues, sound problems, crappy story, a special effects department that thinks Freddy 2 is the best movie ever made period, and an absolute utter lack of anything that could ever be considered action. It came across as some old idiot stumbling around and getting his ass kicked, but every so often he gets lucky and has his shotgun out at the right time. And the prostitute with a magically reanimated conscience... what is this, Milk Money 2?

I recognized how crappy it was as soon as I saw the guy with a sewer grate but I watched the whole thing just to prove that it failed horribly at being offensive.
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Post by: Acer on May 07, 2012, 07:14:35 AM
Predictable, worse than cheesy, horrible acting, terrible camera work, lighting issues, sound problems, crappy story, a special effects department that thinks Freddy 2 is the best movie ever made period, and an absolute utter lack of anything that could ever be considered action.

You just described your own q2 maps. Your acquired taste in movies just sucks peewee 8). Unless it's part of your job and you watch 15 movies a day you don't focus on lighting issues, how bored are you? Nine times out of ten I totally disagree with all of your subjective reviews, so anything you consider crap will probably be worth watching. I'll definitely be watching this movie some time because I like it already.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 07, 2012, 07:52:43 AM
Unless it's part of your job and you watch 15 movies a day you don't focus on lighting issues, how bored are you?

I didn't focus on them. I just saw how absolutely shitty the production was, and it was one of the many things. As you watch you'll see that they are trying to make it look like it was filmed in the early 80's with some crappy film. It works for about 15 minutes, and then everything starts to glow orange for the rest of the film. (I'm describing q2dm1)
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Post by: fdrjk on May 14, 2012, 02:48:38 PM
Anyone planning on watching The Avengers?
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 14, 2012, 04:20:25 PM
Anyone planning on watching The Avengers?

10/10
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Post by: soh on May 14, 2012, 04:54:29 PM
Anyone planning on watching The Avengers?

10/10

Got the bootleg. Was watching it last night. Pretty good.
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Post by: fdrjk on May 14, 2012, 04:59:53 PM
Why would you watch a new movie on your computer? Nothing compares to watching it on a big screen.
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Post by: soh on May 14, 2012, 05:07:45 PM
Actually I saw it the day after it came out during the afternoon with a friend. Then when I was washing clothes up the street from my home the next day at the laundromat, this guy came in selling bootlegs. So, I bought it.

The next big summer movies, I'll have to buy the bootlegs! There is no way I'm going to pay $11 to stand in line, and have some idiot's kids kick my chair. I hate kids! :fight:
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 14, 2012, 05:51:45 PM
Actually I saw it the day after it came out during the afternoon with a friend. Then when I was washing clothes up the street from my home the next day at the laundromat, this guy came in selling bootlegs. So, I bought it.

The next big summer movies, I'll have to buy the bootlegs! There is no way I'm going to pay $11 to stand in line, and have some idiot's kids kick my chair. I hate kids! :fight:

I went opening night. Hated paying an extra $5 per ticket, standing in line for an hour, sitting in a crowded theatre, and listening to a bunch of people drone on about how they've been reading avenger comics forever. Nope, that's not even cool when you're standing in line to watch the movie.

I'd rather watch it at home normally, but despite all that crap the avengers was awesome.
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Post by: yahoo on May 14, 2012, 06:23:03 PM
peewee is prolly one of the most harshest and CHEAPEST movie critic and I knew :P
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Post by: The Happy Friar on May 14, 2012, 07:04:48 PM
peewee is prolly one of the most harshest and CHEAPEST movie critic and I knew :P

I paid $4 to see it.  Opening night @ the local theature it was $6/adults, $4/child/senior. 
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 15, 2012, 02:29:09 AM
peewee is prolly one of the most harshest and CHEAPEST movie critic and I knew :P

I paid $4 to see it.  Opening night @ the local theature it was $6/adults, $4/child/senior. 

Christ! That's cheap as hell.

Hated paying an extra $5 per ticket, standing in line for an hour, sitting in a crowded theatre, and listening to a bunch of people drone on about how they've been reading avenger comics forever. Nope, that's not even cool when you're standing in line to watch the movie.

I'd rather watch it at home normally, but despite all that crap the avengers was awesome.

There is no way I'm going to pay $11 to stand in line, and have some idiot's kids kick my chair. I hate kids! :fight:

This is precisely why I don't like going to the theater anymore. Back from 01 to 03 when I'd go almost every weekend to see something, tickets were about 9 bucks each. Back from 96 to 2000, I remember tickets were like 7 bucks. Now, they're like 11 or 12 bucks. The price just keeps going up and up and... sorry, but I'm not paying that much to sit in a huge room with a bunch of assholes. People on their phones in the middle of the movie when the screen says NO CELL PHONES PLEASE. People getting up every 5 minutes. People talking. People laughing like fucking jungle monkeys screaming. Kids crying. Kids kicking the back of your seat. People behind you dropping food under your chair and getting shit all over your shoes. People littering. Punk little teens being obnoxious. Etc Etc. Fuck that shit. If it's something I gonna spend my time and money seeing in the theater, I'll wait until it's been out a month or two and go on a night in the middle of the week when the theater will be damn near empty. But usually, I'll just wait until it goes to DVD and watch it at home.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 15, 2012, 03:20:44 AM
peewee is prolly one of the most harshest and CHEAPEST movie critic and I knew :P

And damned proud of it!
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Post by: The Happy Friar on May 15, 2012, 05:15:14 AM
I paid $4 to see it.  Opening night @ the local theature it was $6/adults, $4/child/senior. 
Christ! That's cheap as hell.
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I'd imagine hell would have the $13 tickets, but be sold out & require the $18 tickets for 3D, but be out of glasses.  :D

It's a local place that gets a lot of bigger name movies opening nights & the week or two after.  Thursdays are family nights so it's all $4/ticket, Sat/Sun @ 4 are $4/ticket, all other shot times are $6/adults $4/kids/seniors.  The food is relatively cheap too, it's not big theature prices.  A large popcorn & medium drink was $7.50, ~$4 cheaper then @ the Regal or Dipson 40 minutes away.

I'd say their biggest loss is they don't take plastic and most people pay with plastic in some way.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 15, 2012, 05:41:14 AM
I'd say their biggest loss is they don't take plastic and most people pay with plastic in some way.

I always wondered that, but they do get charged an arm and a leg to take plastic. Places that take cash only are struggling that way to keep prices down so I have a lot of respect for them... even though I get frustrated when I forget to bring cash. All I want is some General Tso's, Panda Garden Inn!  :raincloud:
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Post by: yahoo on May 15, 2012, 05:42:53 AM
I'd say their biggest loss is they don't take plastic and most people pay with plastic in some way.

I always wondered that, but they do get charged an arm and a leg to take plastic. Places that take cash only are struggling that way to keep prices down so I have a lot of respect for them... even though I get frustrated when I forget to bring cash. All I want is some General Tso's, Panda Garden Inn!  :raincloud:

not to mention the hassles of paperworks and all those shit.. Nothin beats cash
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 15, 2012, 06:18:29 AM
Like I said, if I go, it'll be like a Wednesday night and the movie will have been out a month or two. During the weeknights, it's pretty slow so they have a bare bones crew running the place. Usually just one person at the ticket window out front, one person at the popcorn/snack counter, and one or two people running the projectors. No one's at the entrance to the hall leading to the theater rooms collecting ticket stubs. Usually we can get tickets about an hour before the movie starts, then go run to the liquor store and pick up a couple bottles of whatever. One time we ran by Burger King and got a couple burgers and fries, walked right in with the bag of food in hand, no one said a word. We probably could get away with not paying for tickets at all. Back in the old days, me and my friends would have one person skate through when no one was looking and go open the emergency exit at one of the back theater rooms to let the rest of us in. Hell, most of the time you could walk right in even WITH them looking right at you and no one would say a word. I guess they don't really get paid enough to give a fuck, haha. I wouldn't try that anymore though. Not worth risking getting the cops called on you over a stupid movie.
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Post by: yahoo on May 20, 2012, 05:03:59 AM
Kick Ass

8/10

The title says what the movie is all about.  :headbang:
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 20, 2012, 02:40:47 PM
What to expect when you're expecting to watch what to expect when you're expecting. 0/10
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Post by: fdrjk on May 25, 2012, 06:05:51 PM
Just watched The Avengers. Holy holy holy holy FUCK what an amazing movie.
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Post by: yahoo on May 25, 2012, 06:16:46 PM
Just watched The Avengers. Holy holy holy holy FUCK what an amazing movie.

Got the bootleg. Was watching it last night. Pretty good.

Ye been waiting for a Good Quality preferably DVD rip. for Avengers and Battleship. Dont want to spoil a great movie by watching poor quality copies that you can
1. barely understand the convo
2. poor lightings
3. with annoying russian subtitles
4. cropped angles
5. ANd some stupid movie audience head that sometimes pops out
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 25, 2012, 06:25:51 PM
1. barely understand the convo
2. poor lightings
3. with annoying russian subtitles
4. cropped angles
5. ANd some stupid movie audience head that sometimes pops out

Totally would never watch something like that (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UV4GsIe7Kvw)
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 25, 2012, 07:32:46 PM
Moneyball - 6/10
Somewhat interesting if you're a baseball fan. If not, you'll probably hate it. Decent acting by Brad Pitt as always, he's the man.

Also, seen this one already, think I already rated here, but I watched it again on TV last night, gonna rate it again.

Red - 10/10
Awesome movie.
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Post by: peewee_RotA on May 27, 2012, 03:14:29 PM
MiB III - 8/10

As good as they could have possibly done with a third.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 27, 2012, 10:25:30 PM
Haywire - 6/10
Not really a horrible movie. Gina Carino is some mighty fine eye candy, even with a black eye and blood coming from her mouth, she still looks sexy as hell. She's pretty much a crap actress though. Kinda like a spy-thriller/action flick I suppose. The story is a bit thin in places, but not too terrible. The ending was pretty abrupt and shitty in my opinion though. Almost like they only had enough money for an hour and 20 minutes of film and just said, "Okay, fuck it, lets hurry up and end this now." I guess it's worth watching if you want a decent action movie, just make sure you rent it or torrent it rather than buying the DVD. Not really something worth buying and watching repeatedly if you ask me.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on May 28, 2012, 05:05:06 PM
The Dictator - 7/10

Wasn't quite as funny as I remember Borat being the first time I saw it, but it was still pretty good. A little short, I think it was just over 1hr and 10mins long. The story was pretty childish and simplistic, and I don't really think it was worth the ticket price. Wish I would've just downloaded a camcordered torrent of it instead, but oh well. All in all, it had some really funny parts in it, and it's definitely worth watching once.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 01, 2012, 02:03:57 PM
Hatfields & McCoys - 9/10

This really isn't a "movie". It's a 3 part series done by the History Channel, but it's all a screenplay based on the real events of the Hatfield-McCoy feud, each of the 3 parts being about 1 hour and 45 minutes long (if you don't count the commercial breaks). I downloaded it though because I didn't want to have to sit through the commercials. It was actually very good. The acting wasn't terribly moving or anything, I mean come on, it has Kevin Costner in it. But the story itself more than makes up for that. And it also seems to be mostly accurate and thorough about telling the real story of the feud, while adding in a couple of Hollywood elements just to add more drama to it.

If you get a chance, I'd highly recommend watching this series. Educational and entertaining all at the same time.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on June 08, 2012, 11:09:00 PM
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - ???

So I sat down and started watching this one. I got about 20 minutes into it when I felt compelled to hit the stop button and go do ANYTHING else.

Anybody else seen this one? Does it get better and should I continue watching? Or should I hang my balls out of my zipper, proceed to whack the shit out of them with a dirty fly swatter, and consider myself lucky that I didn't submit myself to the even worse torture of watching such a boring movie?
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Post by: yahoo on June 08, 2012, 11:52:50 PM
20 minutes is a bit long... you should sue the producers of that movie for rippin you off
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Post by: [BTF]adam on June 09, 2012, 10:04:23 AM
The Pact

Literally the worst film I've seen all year. I went to see it with a girl who is quite into her horror flicks and I, of course, being a real macho fella took no time in alerting her to the notion that I do in fact, despise horror films and much prefer a heartwarming romantic comedy. However, I went.

Biggest waste of £8.10 ever. Seriously, I can't even begin to list the reasons I thought this sucked. The biggest is that in fact, I only jumped twice, but it was so predictable I was ready for it both times and ended up just grinning rather than actually being scared. Story was piss-poor, climax was very weak, scary moments are minimal (some even comical). Would not watch again if you paid me/10.

Save your money and pirate it if you must see it, seriously.
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Post by: BIG DICK RICK on June 09, 2012, 12:52:23 PM

Red - 10/10
Awesome movie.

Hatfields & McCoys - 9/10

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - ???

lol, I've watched all 3 of these the past week and you hit em on the money with the ratings.....Red was just amazing, John Malkovich is a god....Hatfields and McCoys was pretty awesome....glad there is finally an upgraded docudrama? out there of this legend....my family comes from Kentucky, so I heard all about this growing up haha....Dragon Tattoo was so incredibly, I don't know?  I stopped watching it like 20 mins through....so bad.
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Post by: adz1La on June 25, 2012, 05:09:14 AM
Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5DZhDH8eew
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Post by: Barton on June 25, 2012, 09:41:34 AM
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - ???

So I sat down and started watching this one. I got about 20 minutes into it when I felt compelled to hit the stop button and go do ANYTHING else.

Anybody else seen this one? Does it get better and should I continue watching? Or should I hang my balls out of my zipper, proceed to whack the shit out of them with a dirty fly swatter, and consider myself lucky that I didn't submit myself to the even worse torture of watching such a boring movie?

I watched the Swedish version, which I'm gonna assume is better.

Thanks for reminding me though...gotta finish watching the rest of the trilogy.
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Post by: fdrjk on June 25, 2012, 01:45:49 PM
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter?

I know someone who was reading the book and he said it was really good. I'm definitely gonna see the movie, though. Anyone else see it???  :help:
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Post by: yahoo on June 25, 2012, 04:48:17 PM
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter?

I know someone who was reading the book and he said it was really good. I'm definitely gonna see the movie, though. Anyone else see it???  :help:

I think i saw a dvd somewhere at my friends place but didnt bother to watched it coz from the title itself. makes you think that its a C rated cheap ass comedy flick
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Post by: THERSOfi on June 26, 2012, 04:42:56 PM
Vivre Sa Vie (1962)

"Twelve episodic tales in the life of a Parisian woman and her slow descent into prostitution."

Beautiful,
Beautiful,
Beautiful,
movie.
One of my all time favorites now.

(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_dCVZ3U_lipU/STLwqRVpl3I/AAAAAAAAMns/-0fU7M2L7B4/s400/95375_vivre-sa-vie-01-g_123_1015lo.jpg)
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Post by: yahoo on June 26, 2012, 04:44:11 PM
Vivre Sa Vie (1962)

"Twelve episodic tales in the life of a Parisian woman and her slow descent into prostitution."

Beautiful,
Beautiful,
Beautiful,
movie.
One of my all time favorites now.

(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_dCVZ3U_lipU/STLwqRVpl3I/AAAAAAAAMns/-0fU7M2L7B4/s400/95375_vivre-sa-vie-01-g_123_1015lo.jpg)

are there nude scenes?
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Post by: THERSOfi on June 26, 2012, 04:47:52 PM
Unfortunately,
no
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Post by: The Happy Friar on July 10, 2012, 07:14:21 PM
Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows  8/10

If you like the first you'll like this one, slightly predictable because we know how he solved crimes in the first one and we all know who dies.  :)

A Thousand Words: 6/10

Eddie Murphy will die if all the leaves fall off a tree, every time he says something a leaf falls off.  Would of been a 7 but all the sex jokes/etc. got annoying quick.

Prometheus: 7/10. 

could of been better but they left to much up to the viewer.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 10, 2012, 08:08:48 PM
Prometheus: 7/10. 

could of been better but they left to much up to the viewer.

I was thinking about going to see this one, but then I saw way too many comments posted online from people saying that it was probably Riddley Scott's worst movie yet, so I skipped it and saved myself 20 bucks.
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Post by: The Happy Friar on July 10, 2012, 08:24:09 PM
I was thinking about going to see this one, but then I saw way too many comments posted online from people saying that it was probably Riddley Scott's worst movie yet, so I skipped it and saved myself 20 bucks.

Yeah, it would be worth a rental.  But $20?  Do you enjoy the solid gold seats you sit on?!!?  :)
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 10, 2012, 09:53:37 PM
9.50 a ticket x 2 = $20. Ridiculous how much a trip to the movies costs these days. Glad I'm not a teenager taking bitches out on dates anymore. That shit would cost me probably 30 or 40 bucks including the tickets, popcorn, and drinks. And you'd probably wanna take the girl out to a decent meal at Applebees or something before the movie, that's another 30 or 40 bucks. Plus the cost of gas to be the gentleman and do the driving. Damn near 100 bucks blown on a chick on a friday night. What teenager can afford that while making shitty teenager minimum wage at a burger joint or retail store?
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Post by: yahoo on July 10, 2012, 10:13:16 PM
9.50 a ticket x 2 = $20. Ridiculous how much a trip to the movies costs these days. Glad I'm not a teenager taking bitches out on dates anymore. That shit would cost me probably 30 or 40 bucks including the tickets, popcorn, and drinks. And you'd probably wanna take the girl out to a decent meal at Applebees or something before the movie, that's another 30 or 40 bucks. Plus the cost of gas to be the gentleman and do the driving. Damn near 100 bucks blown on a chick on a friday night. What teenager can afford that while making shitty teenager minimum wage at a burger joint or retail store?

which really sucks.. its always the guys who do the spending. From dating till marriage.
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Post by: Punk_FAS on July 11, 2012, 02:19:25 AM
We Need to Talk about Kevin - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1242460/

It sucked.  I had read some reviews, and was under the impression that I'd enjoy it, and was looking forward to watching it.  The main actress, Tilda Swinton, does pull off a great performance, but the story itself is one of the been there, done that variety.  I wasn't impressed.  Not worth watching IMO.
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Post by: [BTF]adam on July 11, 2012, 02:22:59 PM
the longest yard - 10/10

adored this film, not even just because there are so many musclebound wrestlers in it. so fun!
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Post by: soh on July 16, 2012, 11:14:44 AM
A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn

Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEkjqSeU9k4)

 :WTF: ...  :lolsign:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 19, 2012, 07:40:51 PM
Ted - 9/10

I don't like Family Guy. I don't like anything done by that Seth MacFarlane homo, but my old lady was pretty insistent that we needed to go see it, so we did. Was actually REALLY funny. Laughed my ass off at it. Definitely worth seeing.
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Post by: yahoo on July 20, 2012, 12:02:34 AM
anyone planning to watch Dark Knight Rises? Reviews and initial reports seems awesome. Even rush limbaugh shared his views bout the film lol.

I think im gonna add this to my bucket list to watch via dvd (as soon as one is avaialable) together with Prometheus and Battleship.

PS. Seth sucks
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Post by: peewee_RotA on July 20, 2012, 07:22:25 PM
Batman 3

I'm going to give it a 10/10 because there's so much movie that it's hard for any bad scene to seem significant.



I will say this. How many times can a city be held hostage in a 10 year period without a national guard post being placed on every street corner.  :WTF:

Also, anyone who dismisses this stupidity because it's *gasp* batman *gasp* is dumb.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 20, 2012, 07:50:43 PM
I'm going to give it a 10/10 because there's so much movie that it's hard for any bad scene to seem significant.



I will say this. How many times can a city be held hostage in a 10 year period without a national guard post being placed on every street corner.  :WTF:

Also, anyone who dismisses this stupidity because it's *gasp* batman *gasp* is dumb.

Speaking of theater shootings... kinda gives a whole new meaning to "The last movie you saw...", right? :lolsign:
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Post by: soh on July 21, 2012, 03:24:49 AM
I'm going to wait for the DVD to come out... that or find that guy at the laundromat that will sell it to me.

Fuck movie theaters! You pay an over priced ticket, stand in a long line, go in the theater have a seat and deal with some stupid parent who brings their children crying at a midnight showing.
And just 15 minutes into the film you get another surprise of getting shot :humm: Yeah, you know you're getting ripped off there. I don't care what anyone says about how it isn't going to happen
all the time. It's just another reason not to go to a movie theater.

It pisses me off that you get all these dumb ass people in a movie theater. You can't get people who actually respect the fact that you just want to watch a good film anymore.  You have to get all these
circus people who fuck your shit up.

 :raincloud:
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Post by: Sgt. Dick on July 21, 2012, 07:27:11 AM
Speaking of theater shootings... kinda gives a whole new meaning to "The last movie you saw...", right? :lolsign:

And they only got to see a couple of minutes of the movie  :raincloud:

That guy should be punished starting with shooting his fingers & toes off and slowly move up his extrimities shooting them until they fall apart.
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Post by: soh on July 21, 2012, 08:43:53 AM
This is a perfect time for the death penalty. I could care less about how smart, motivated, or good of a son he was.

 Kill this piece of shit already! :chop:
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Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on July 21, 2012, 10:34:30 AM
It's sad to think that such calculated horrors are now commonplace. I red lots of history,and crap was FAR WORSE. Rome? Invading the snow niggas to drag them into civilization . Or at least their version of it. A culture can be ancient and noble yet be needlessly complex. The climate of those Northern European countries certainly infuenced the tribe's choices in governing itself.Small scattered groups form aliances and allegiences and fight each other for dominance,or perhaps some tribes didn't need to,living peacefully simply and happily . But Rome did not care to consider their desires when they came looking for trouble and plunder.They slaughtered whole villages man woman and child as punitive retalliations...with long fucking METAL THINGS. We are a race that perpetuates Horror. Most of it Needless,Unneccessary.Negotiate,trade,both win some ? Are the resources these barbarian hordes command worth the trouble of just TAKING,forget about simple trade? Learn what else the barbarians want...just to make money? If I could command a million men,never would I use them to interfere in another's life.I Pity the world.One must.One has to see great frineds and precious children snatched from you in a VAST number of nasty ways. I pity your every breath,the sheer struggle of living,getting hungry and having to stop what you're doing to FEED and then you take Great Big Shits . It's Terrible. Why would anyone THINK of adding to misery like that with some of their own? What greater social mechanism is at play? The Gorilla urge to dominate?Only someone Threatened lashes out. Maybe if Pity was embraced?

One can hope. One does.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 21, 2012, 06:06:20 PM
Yep it's fucked up. humankind is never satiated with peace and prosperity. there are always two forces in the world, yin and yang that maintains the balance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktzZw5bqZEk

Peace equals stagnation, decay, and eventually a fat bloated lazy death. Every so often you must thin out the herd. People who go on these mass murder sprees think in their fucked up minds that they are doing society a service by wiping out some of the insignificant peons, and who knows, maybe a couple of the people he killed or wounded did something or would have done something deserving of such a fate. But even more importantly, THIS GUY is the weakest link of all for attacking virtual "innocents" who really had no chance to defend themselves. THIS GUY is the one who should be phased out. If someone I knew was one of the ones killed or wounded by him, perhaps I'd wish to torture him at length in various unfathomably cruel ways. But then again, probably the most horrible way to kill someone is by doing it quickly with no warning, without giving them knowledge of the reason for it, and without letting them see your face... and from what I gather, that's pretty much exactly what he did to his victims. He deserves no trial, no appeals, no taxpayer footed room and board in a federal prison, only two 30-06 bullets in the back, one through his right lung, and one through his kidney, and let him lay there face down drowning in his own blood.
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Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on July 21, 2012, 07:01:31 PM
And why am I not surprised at This?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/rep-louie-gohmert-texas-aurora-shooting-spurred-telling-god-article-1.1119282
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: quadz on July 22, 2012, 11:43:18 AM
there are always two forces in the world, yin and yang that maintains the balance.

What balance?

And at what level of scale?

Are you suggesting it's a zero-sum game where for every Utopian planet in the universe, there has to be an equal number of apocalyptic hellscapes?


:exqueezeme:
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Post by: adz1La on July 22, 2012, 12:15:30 PM
how are you testing it
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Post by: haunted on July 22, 2012, 12:20:15 PM
What definition of hypothesis are you using... contemporary hypotheses must be tested by the scientific method.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_method

If that was a true hypothesis of yours, you would have tested it and immediately seen it's flaws in the realm of science. . .

So, not a hypothesis.
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Post by: quadz on July 22, 2012, 12:29:01 PM
just a hypothesis of course. don't get all bent out of shape.  :peace:

While I appreciate your concern for my wellbeing, I'd be happy to assist in exposing the various flaws in your hypotheses that render it unworkable.

(Perhaps in another thread, though.)


:razzberry:
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Post by: ex on July 22, 2012, 02:01:27 PM
just a hypothesis of course. don't get all bent out of shape.  :peace:

Golgo, what you're doing is philosophical discourse, which is less bound to the rigidity required of something being a scientific hypothesis.  In philosophy, you can take a little more creative control over your thoughts and ideas and explore them, even if they don't factually exactly line up.  That's part of what makes philosophy fun.  :)

In this, however, even with it being philosophical, if you really look at it, you're saying there's a mere two forces in the Universe, good and evil.  Good and evil is something we made up as humans, the Universe is emotionless and is pretty much just a bunch of random atoms flying around slamming into each other at will.  There's no moral compass for this.  And even if you put it on an Earth-only level, humans are one of a small number of organisms that feel the level of emotions you're talking about.  In fact, we are the only one that understands it on the level we do.  The closest animals get to understanding what you're talking about is if you have a pet cat or dog, when you're sad the dog gets sad with you usually, or when you're happy the pet acts the same as well.  Keep in mind, however, this is not them recognizing WHY you're happy or sad, they're merely responding to it.

So basically, we humans are the ONLY creature that understands the concept of good/evil, and uses it to guide us through life.  The rest of the planet, and indeed the rest of the Universe, does not have this moral hangup.

The ONLY other way this moral thing would be possible would be in alien races from other worlds, which I admit is very possible, and maybe they would have the sophistication of intellect at our level or beyond our level, which would allow them to feel morality.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on July 22, 2012, 05:43:40 PM
so... anyone watch any movies lately?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: yahoo on July 22, 2012, 06:14:42 PM
back to last movie's seen :P

McGrubber 
(not to be confused with Golgo though they have some resemblance)
Dude this movie really sucks.. whats missing in this movie to make it the all time crap is Nick Cage.
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Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 24, 2012, 10:01:11 PM
Yep it's fucked up. humankind is never satiated with peace and prosperity. there are always two forces in the world, yin and yang that maintains the balance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktzZw5bqZEk

Peace equals stagnation, decay, and eventually a fat bloated lazy death. Every so often you must thin out the herd. People who go on these mass murder sprees think in their fucked up minds that they are doing society a service by wiping out some of the insignificant peons, and who knows, maybe a couple of the people he killed or wounded did something or would have done something deserving of such a fate. But even more importantly, THIS GUY is the weakest link of all for attacking virtual "innocents" who really had no chance to defend themselves. THIS GUY is the one who should be phased out.

That is exactly why there are 2 forces in the universe. IMO You seem to take some grey area approach though. Who is the decider of who "Thins out the herd" It's the strongest person right?(Most evolved) I'm sure it wouldn't be to your liking if that person decided to pick you out of a crowd though. So you think the people were innocent, yet people should be subject to eugenics from time to time. The 2 aren't very mutually exclusive in a real society. eventually, it's either Peace or war.


I'm not espousing any type of philosophy really, just pointing out observable things. I'm certainly not suggesting eugenics as a government policy, I don't really have any personal policy on government anymore. The way I see it, it's me against "them", and rather than wasting my time voting or giving a shit, I just try to live my life as transparently as possible. The less contact you have with "them", the less likely you are to warrant their attention when they go wielding their big fucking stick around. It's pretty obvious to me that I'm damn near completely impotent to do anything to "them" as an individual, so if I stay the hell out of their line of sight, I'll be a lot more happy.

I'm not saying that people always DESERVE to be picked off from time to time. Just saying that people ARE picked off from time to time. Sometimes they deserve it, sometimes they don't. Obviously I'd rather see the deserving people end up on the wrong end of the gun. And yeah, who's to say I don't or won't deserve to be in that position one day? The thing is there are FAR more than just 2 forces at work in the world. Each person is their own force with their own perspective of good and evil. Most of the people who do bad shit are convinced they are doing themselves good at least. Unfortunately the population has grown so much that what most individuals choose to do will usually effect someone else. The world is now a 6-billion-way chess match. Eventually everyone loses and has to leave the board, but someone else sits down and picks up anew. From what we've all seen in recorded history, peace is always only temporary. Everything dies. Without everything dying, living means nothing. And the broad scope of time, living really means nothing anyway. Life is just something that happens in the universe for no reason and no purpose. It's only purpose is the one you give it here and now. In another million years, no one and no thing will give a shit. It's a bleak and depressing way to look at shit, but it's the only truthful way to look at it from what I see. People have killed each other for stupid reasons since the dawn of man. At least when man didn't exist, dinosaurs killed each other for food to survive. Sometimes we kill each other to survive. And then we end up dying anyway, and killing whoever we killed was just fucking stupid.

Bottom line, everything is fucking stupid, life is fucking stupid, very little of it really makes any sense, and despite what the drug companies pushing anti-depressants tell you, you really do have every reason in the world to be a miserable depressed wreck of a human being, so just try to enjoy it while it lasts. If you can't enjoy it, then kill yourself. But maybe before you do, think of what it will do to your family and friends first. If you've got no one, proceed and become the eternal nothingness that is death. If you've got someone, maybe stick around for their sake. But if you do kill yourself, at least have the decency to do it in private somewhere. Public suicides are so fuckin rude.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 24, 2012, 10:18:39 PM
Back on fucking topic now.

Sat up late last night watching some old 70's italian... uh... horror?... movie... I think? I don't really know if it was horror or thriller or suspense or what, all I know is it was god damn weird as hell. It was pretty bad too. Not so bad that I couldn't keep from watching it though, but pretty damned close. Luckily it had a few tits and ass in it, otherwise I might've turned it off.

Nude For Satan - (not even gonna rate it)
 
I can't fucking rate this movie. One hand, it was some real authentic 70's drive-in horror cheese, which I sometimes like. On the the other hand, it was just really really weird and never seemed to have much of an obvious point to it. Maybe if I was fucked up on some really powerful psychedelics I might've construed some type of deeper hidden meaning from it, but I was pretty stone sober and it just left me feeling mostly confused. And some hot chick name Rita Calderoni showed off her tits and big 70's bush a few times in it.

Would I recommend this movie? I... don't even know. If you like weird shit that confuses you, sure. :exqueezeme:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on July 25, 2012, 12:46:45 AM
Back on fucking topic now.

Sat up late last night watching some old 70's italian... uh... horror?... movie... I think? I don't really know if it was horror or thriller or suspense or what, all I know is it was god damn weird as hell. It was pretty bad too. Not so bad that I couldn't keep from watching it though, but pretty damned close. Luckily it had a few tits and ass in it, otherwise I might've turned it off.

Nude For Satan - (not even gonna rate it)
 
I can't fucking rate this movie. One hand, it was some real authentic 70's drive-in horror cheese, which I sometimes like. On the the other hand, it was just really really weird and never seemed to have much of an obvious point to it. Maybe if I was fucked up on some really powerful psychedelics I might've construed some type of deeper hidden meaning from it, but I was pretty stone sober and it just left me feeling mostly confused. And some hot chick name Rita Calderoni showed off her tits and big 70's bush a few times in it.

Would I recommend this movie? I... don't even know. If you like weird shit that confuses you, sure. :exqueezeme:

Rita Calderoni looks somewhat like Anne Hathaway :|

Was that movie supposed to be like an excuse for a SOFTCORE?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 25, 2012, 02:14:36 AM
It was made in 1974 I think. I'd imagine that in 74 hardcore porn would've been legal in Italy. If you've actually seen it, obviously you can see how it was part of that whole exploitation genre happening in the 70's. In fact, the channel I saw it on, Epix Drive-In, plays quite a few of those 70's exploitation films, a lot of them starring Pam Grier. I just thought this one was a little interesting because while it was definitely part of that exploitation genre, it was also an early 70's Italian film that contained a few elements of Italian cinema at the time, like weird camera tricks that someone like Sergio Leone would've used in one of his many "spaghetti westerns". But if you're asking if it was just an excuse to show some tits and ass on screen... yeah, that was pretty much the whole point of the exploitation film genre. Usually it was your typical "women in a shitty 3rd world brutal prison movie", and of course they always had a couple of group shower scenes as well as a female lesbian warden who was into bondage. :D
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 25, 2012, 02:24:27 AM
Come to think of it... the whole plot of...
 
"women in a shitty 3rd world brutal prison movie", and of course they always had a couple of group shower scenes as well as a female lesbian warden who was into bondage. :D

...has been done OVER AND OVER AND OVER, even on into the 80's and 90's and 2000's. The whole Caged Heat franchise of movies (I think there are 4 of them, maybe more) have used that same exact plot in every single sequel, and each sequel isn't even a continuation of the story, it's just a new movie with new tits and new group shower scenes. Hell, I've even seen other movies where they changed it up by setting it in post-apocalyptic times where girls are sold into slavery at some prison camp. I've seen them use the same plot except give it a sci-fi twist and have it set in outer space on some prison space ship. In space, no one can hear you scream... but everyone can see your bush!
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on July 25, 2012, 03:34:16 AM
LMAO Gotta watch that sometime this weekend with some friends and some pizza... I just remembered that's Italian food xD

I remember being like 14 years old and enjoying watching old 70s films in my living room. There was this one time when I was 17 and I was recapping to some friends in English class on and old 70s porn where the mother and aunt bang this dude while he was asleep. The best part was that they captured a big theme from the 70s. When the aunt takes off her underwear and she has a hairy bush. She even trimmed it to look like it was hairy underwear hahaha Love that stuff :afro:

EDIT:

Actually, it was the Teacher and Aunt with the Nephew. But whatever, it's a classic in Porn :bump:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on July 25, 2012, 04:24:42 AM
I never understood that. Porn movies with Plots,even funny parody ones. Okay,maybe them,or is it the whole fantasy of the situation that is the turn on that the plot gives you,like batman and the Joker having sex in front of you?

Okay maybe that. I'd find that interesting enough to watch for the comedic value,but not seeking out plotted porn for sating my,um,purient interests I stick to the ol' Gonzo variety,interesting women doing interesting things to guys. At least look at them long enough to clear my head of hormonal influences and get back to drawing or gaming,maybe after this Nap...I don't want Shakespear when its 3am and I've Created Shit since around 10 and I want to take my 4-6 siesta before making coffee and starting the morning shift ofcreating,or a prelude of Quake 2 to start the nurons firing. And for some reason,perhaps from the Zeal of Creating has overwhelmed me,exactly like the priest who seduced a girl and was defrocked because Worshipping the Lawd makes you wanna give your wife a good pounding like that married Prodestant Preacher had every Sunday after a Service...a Spiritual Zeal that overcharges you . I remember that sentiment expressed by some Joad from reading the Grapes of Wrath in high school,and pushing my own Creative Limits has been profound to me

...and now all I want out of life is to be able to Stay the FUCK HOME and DO this comic for as long as I can as long as a FUCKING LASER can track my eyeball and point a Fucking Mouse Cursor will I want to do as much of Jeremey Prickles as I can.A religious Zeal.So Maybe its why around them I suddenly cannot think.Someday in the future I'll get that big house with my woman and her kid,and we'd be well enough off to do exactly that,be home 24/7.Someday I can say,"Honey"? And she'll know and understand ,or maybe she'll see that expression in my face I haven't,and she'll oblige me...but that ain't Now! Browser flies open,as I debate the urgency of the case?

Look for NEW or work with the OLD? Big debate,time constraints it varies.New is NEW,but OLD is tried and true worth keeping favorites. Its a tough call,but it is made: I'll check out a few sites to see what's new and updated,then if nothing is of interest,I'll skim through my collection and either choose one by title,or exploration of what the file's title might be. Some shit's called all "MGN3.AVI" and stuff.It's like looking through a sock drawer and saying Look what I Found,Honey! Files I recognize in a few seconds,some I've never seen before,since I often find movies,they are 500MB or sometimes a Gig for certain uncensored Japanese porn and I start a long download and use Old stuff. Old is also an adventure.

The Search for New something I do on my Lunch Break where I either websurf or watch a DVD or youtube.Clicking on links to Teen Penetration as I eat my calzone from the meal I ordered this morning. Food,wanking,all these damn biological drives.Well some weeks I only get one night off so have to do what I can,so I insist on being alone for it.8 hours doing Jeremey. I game and slack off,but that's all I get. I may do a few hours here and there to process a work I've either drew when I got home at 6:30 AM and had my coffee.So 7ish and doing a variety of gruntwork involved in creating the panels:the drawing the scanning the isolating and polish,then coloring. The strip will be black and white. Otherwise I'd go Mad.With dilligence and practise I will get a comic strip sized story out there every 2 weeks.Maybe faster...anyway,there's a process to it all,and part of the process is me spending X amount of time looking for an excuse to go SPURT in a supported video format.

So we look. Either interesting Manga hentai  from one collection of sites I belong to. Lots of straight Animae too subtitled by devoted fans.Terrabytes of roleplaying sex games with either women who All LOOK the same or polygonal little girls invaded by tenticle creatures. I like th comics myself,a few hundred multi story comics about 100 Mgs each..it boggles the mind.

They want to fuck EVERYTHING!Litlle girls! Little Boys! Doing Younger Sister,Doing Older Sister,Doing MOM. Whole INDUSTRIES devoted to publishing,the sale and distribution of these comics even though its Octopi up Toddler's asses #654. comics with women with breasts the size of their THIGHS spill out onto young mens faces. Futinari is big : chicks with dicks all doing each other.I dunno,the Breast quotient is up,but you have the revulsion of 50% more Dick as well. If I must use these bits of Stimuli I find on the net,I prefer 1 girl 1 guy.Or more girls and one guy. Girl-girl doesn't interest me:why would they want ME there if they are having funamong themselves? And more than one guy certainly doesn't.Gangbangs never enter my harddrive...I want to see One (or More) Woman's devotion. So tenticle shit i DON'T get. Or the violence,or the pain. But there is a target market for each one,a niche needing to be filled each month. What would you think of seeing some guy reading Up the Ass Comix on the subway one evening going home from work...what would you think? Say nothing,keep a polite distance...and cackle the moment he gets out of earshot!  What about Japan,where manga is commonplace...but that commonplace?

Anyway,I have nearly forgotten what point I was making,so I'll stop this here.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on July 25, 2012, 09:00:59 AM
I never understood that. Porn movies with Plots,even funny parody ones. Okay,maybe them,or is it the whole fantasy of the situation that is the turn on that the plot gives you,like batman and the Joker having sex in front of you?

 :WTF: HARLEY QUINN and Batman fucking now that would be a porn. But Joker and Batman? Just the two of them? :? Hell no!

I'll have to read on more... I'll be back

 :dohdohdoh:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on July 25, 2012, 10:04:51 PM
LMAO Gotta watch that sometime this weekend with some friends and some pizza... I just remembered that's Italian food xD

Well I honestly doubt you and your bros will enjoy sitting around with a few pizzas and a 12 pack of beer and watching Nude For Satan. Like I said, it's pretty bad and pretty confusing. And by confusing I mean... it left me saying, "What the hell is the point of this movie!!?!!" It's just weird. Not really a "sit around with your bros on a Friday night getting stoned and watching movies" kinda movie. If you force your bros to sit through this one, unless they genuinely enjoy weird shit, they'll hate it. I'd recommend one of Sorority House Massacre or Slumber Party Massacre movies. I have Sorority House Massacre 1 and 2, as well as Slumber Party Massacre 1 and 2. Both Sorority House Massacre films are pretty good ones, and Slumber Party Massacre 1 is okay, but Slumber Party Massacre 2 is kinda lame. It has that Crystal Bernard chick in it who used to play on that old sitcom Wings back in the early 90's and she don't get naked in it, and in fact I think there is pretty much 0 nudity in Slumber Party Massacre 2.

Back when I was in college, me and my now roommate would hit up the old Hollywood Video about once a week to rent crappy old horror/cult/exploitation/stag movies. Back then, they had all their new releases on DVD for regular price, but they still had a big selection of older VHS tapes for rent for like 1 dollar a piece, so it was a pretty cool deal. We'd get like 3 or 4 movies and watch them while getting hammered drunk. Saw a lot of really cool old movies back then. I wish we would've bought up some of those old tapes at the time. They were trying to sell them off to go 100% DVD. Had another friend who worked there. That's pretty much what he did, and now he has a HUGE and very comprehensive library of old horror and cult movies on VHS. Yeah, VHS sucks I guess, but a lot of this stuff is getting harder and harder to find anymore.

I still remember the one that was funny as hell. I forget the name of it, but it had Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman, Creature From The Black Lagoon, ALL of the old classic horror movie monsters all in one movie, except they were all MIDGETS!!! Everyone else in the movie wasn't a midget. It was funny as hell because the movie was supposed to be a serious horror movie, yet it's impossible to take 3 foot tall monsters serious. If anyone knows the name of the movie I'm talking about, hit me back here with a reply. I'd love to try to track down a copy of this shitty movie. From what I remember about it, it was probably made somewhere between 1987 and 1992.

edit:
Ah ha! Nevermind. I googled for all of one second and found it.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129852/

It's called "The Creeps". One seriously cheesy fucking horror film. And I love cheese. This movie is so bad, but it's so good. :headbang:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Happy Friar on July 27, 2012, 07:07:31 PM
Redtails.  6/10.  I wanted to give it a 7 but the script is kind of cheesy.  a 9/10 if you think it's not a movie but more of a reenactment.    It's not a war movie, it's a movie about black fighter pilots.  I would of thought they'd have more racial stuff in there but "nigger" only came out twice.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on July 30, 2012, 01:34:45 PM
I will say this. How many times can a city be held hostage in a 10 year period without a national guard post being placed on every street corner.  :WTF:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXXMd3CBpUQ&feature=player_detailpage#t=140s
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on August 03, 2012, 08:57:57 PM
LMAO Gotta watch that sometime this weekend with some friends and some pizza... I just remembered that's Italian food xD

Well I honestly doubt you and your bros will enjoy sitting around with a few pizzas and a 12 pack of beer and watching Nude For Satan. Like I said, it's pretty bad and pretty confusing. And by confusing I mean... it left me saying, "What the hell is the point of this movie!!?!!" It's just weird. Not really a "sit around with your bros on a Friday night getting stoned and watching movies" kinda movie. If you force your bros to sit through this one, unless they genuinely enjoy weird shit, they'll hate it. I'd recommend one of Sorority House Massacre or Slumber Party Massacre movies. I have Sorority House Massacre 1 and 2, as well as Slumber Party Massacre 1 and 2. Both Sorority House Massacre films are pretty good ones, and Slumber Party Massacre 1 is okay, but Slumber Party Massacre 2 is kinda lame. It has that Crystal Bernard chick in it who used to play on that old sitcom Wings back in the early 90's and she don't get naked in it, and in fact I think there is pretty much 0 nudity in Slumber Party Massacre 2.

Back when I was in college, me and my now roommate would hit up the old Hollywood Video about once a week to rent crappy old horror/cult/exploitation/stag movies. Back then, they had all their new releases on DVD for regular price, but they still had a big selection of older VHS tapes for rent for like 1 dollar a piece, so it was a pretty cool deal. We'd get like 3 or 4 movies and watch them while getting hammered drunk. Saw a lot of really cool old movies back then. I wish we would've bought up some of those old tapes at the time. They were trying to sell them off to go 100% DVD. Had another friend who worked there. That's pretty much what he did, and now he has a HUGE and very comprehensive library of old horror and cult movies on VHS. Yeah, VHS sucks I guess, but a lot of this stuff is getting harder and harder to find anymore.

I still remember the one that was funny as hell. I forget the name of it, but it had Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman, Creature From The Black Lagoon, ALL of the old classic horror movie monsters all in one movie, except they were all MIDGETS!!! Everyone else in the movie wasn't a midget. It was funny as hell because the movie was supposed to be a serious horror movie, yet it's impossible to take 3 foot tall monsters serious. If anyone knows the name of the movie I'm talking about, hit me back here with a reply. I'd love to try to track down a copy of this shitty movie. From what I remember about it, it was probably made somewhere between 1987 and 1992.

edit:
Ah ha! Nevermind. I googled for all of one second and found it.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129852/

It's called "The Creeps". One seriously cheesy fucking horror film. And I love cheese. This movie is so bad, but it's so good. :headbang:

Oh shit. Those movies aren't available on Netflix. Going to have to go else where like Hollywood video or to a local runned down video store like Q Video. Pretty much anything with tits is a good film, Television Show, with the exception of Porn. Not all Porn flicks are good, trust me :lolsign:

I remember the good ole days of VHS! :D I would collect a shit load of VHS tapes late 2000s, and then in 2007 it was announced they would no longer be manufactured.
I have also seen the Creeps. Now that is a movie I have to rent :yessign:




Any of you guys seen Frequency? I thought it was a good film. But is it possible according to the rules of Science? :frustration:
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 04, 2012, 11:32:44 AM
3:10 To Yuma (2007) - 10/10

Starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale. I usually hate Christian Bale's movies, he's not nearly as wonderful of an actor as he likes to think he is, but this role suited him pretty well. Russell Crowe on the other hand is a pretty good actor in spite of the fact that he's an unpleasant dick just like Christian Bale. Can't recall ever seeing a movie starring Russell Crowe that wasn't pretty good.

I love westerns, especially good ones. I've seen a whole lot of them, and this one is definitely a good one. It's a remake of the old 1957 film by the same name starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin, and this one blows the old one right the fuck out of the water. It's not often that I like remakes, usually it annoys me that people in Hollywood aren't original enough to try something new, but this was one of those rare times when they actually did something very right.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: playboy on August 04, 2012, 12:27:24 PM
"the girl with the dragon tattoo"  3 out of 10
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: |iR|Focalor on August 04, 2012, 01:13:03 PM
"the girl with the dragon tattoo"  3 out of 10

You sat through the whole thing? Congratulations to you, sir. You deserve an award of some type. I only made it as far as about 15 minutes in before I had to turn it off to prevent myself from dying of boredom.
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on August 04, 2012, 02:13:03 PM
Actually, I had recorded that movie on my DVR. It came out on HBO-East or West, I can't remember. The important part was fast forwarding to all the important bits of the film. I say Stanley Kubrik should give the director and producers some pointers ;)


I can't believe that's the same girl from 'The Social Network', what's her face ... ah yes! Rooney Mara

(http://cdn.screenrant.com/wp-content/uploads/The-Social-Network-Rooney-Mara.jpg)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: The Dreaming Dragon on August 05, 2012, 04:03:39 AM
I never understood that. Porn movies with Plots,even funny parody ones. Okay,maybe them,or is it the whole fantasy of the situation that is the turn on that the plot gives you,like batman and the Joker having sex in front of you?

 :WTF: HARLEY QUINN and Batman fucking now that would be a porn. But Joker and Batman? Just the two of them? :? Hell no!

I'll have to read on more... I'll be back

 :dohdohdoh:
I found a GIF from the Batman one,Harliquin riding the Joker.In full costume except for a meatpipe connecting them shown randomly,otherwise I'd post it here ...
Can you send a GIF in a PM?
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: soh on August 05, 2012, 06:00:51 PM
I never understood that. Porn movies with Plots,even funny parody ones. Okay,maybe them,or is it the whole fantasy of the situation that is the turn on that the plot gives you,like batman and the Joker having sex in front of you?

 :WTF: HARLEY QUINN and Batman fucking now that would be a porn. But Joker and Batman? Just the two of them? :? Hell no!

I'll have to read on more... I'll be back

 :dohdohdoh:
I found a GIF from the Batman one,Harliquin riding the Joker.In full costume except for a meatpipe connecting them shown randomly,otherwise I'd post it here ...
Can you send a GIF in a PM?


Yeah, PM me ;)
Title: Re: The last movie you saw....
Post by: peewee_RotA on August 05, 2012, 07:36:37 PM
Medium Raw 1/10

Lighting so bad it made Thomas Edison turn in his grave. The rest of it was the crappy ass typical slasher stuff. People who see a killer coming but refuse to run because they'd rather just die. And the whole leaving weapons on the ground thing...  :WTF: I'm pretty sure that if someone was coming at you with a knife you'd pick up the fire ax lying on the ground in front of you instead of just standing there. Just a guess.


 :frustration: :frustration: :frustra