Loved that movie. Hilarious.Dude, Where's My Car? 8/10
This was on cable the other night and I still think it is as funny as seeing it opening night. Why this movie is considered bad yet Adam Sandler makes movies that are much worse and manage to generate hundreds of millions of dollars is beyond me. This movie has too much original humor to be bad.
oh ok, that isn't what it sounded like. sounded like you were saying it got a lot of media hype so it must suck lol.No, but sometimes when you have high expectations for a movie because of the hype, you can be very dissapointed. But this wasn't the case for me. That's what I meant.
Revised to 7.5. I think that's what I intended anyway. Also, 7 *is* "a lot better than most movies I've watched." Rating should use the whole range a bit more than most people seem to utilize. Most people rate every average movie they like at 8 or 9. To me, that's a five. Kinda like how IGN can't seem to give a bad game less than a 7 thanks to every pub, dev, and platform creator being an advertising partner.Watched it with you and I'd give it 8.5/10. It really is a whole lot better than most movies I've watched.
Why weird? Do you typically not enjoy his films? He is an awesome actor, but I'll admit I haven't seen some of his more recent work. I did see flight and he was awesome in it.Watched "Flight" last night. Damn, Denzel did an awesome job (weird). 9/10
lol that little pissant scrawny white kid was Ryan Gosling!Why weird? Do you typically not enjoy his films? He is an awesome actor, but I'll admit I haven't seen some of his more recent work. I did see flight and he was awesome in it.
Remember the Titans - 9/10
I could watch this movie anytime. It was on TV last week sometime and my son was really into it. To my surprise, he'd never seen it so I told him to turn it off so the whole family could watch it later that night. Denzel was awesome in this move too!
The Intouchables (2011) 8/10: A predictable feel-good movie. A rich quadriplegic aristocrat hires a ghetto black man as his helper. They both learn from each other. I mean you can tell the whole plot just from looking at the poster. But the movie still ended up being good because they showed the ending in front of the film- as if to say, "yea you know this would happen'. Nice touch. The chemistry between the two are absolutely amazing though.Les Mis (2012) 7/10: WTF did I just watch? Fiancee and I were excited to watch it, but kept out expectations low because of the reviews. We were expecting the standard musical with dialogues in between. The whole fvcking movie is singing. You heard that right- 99.5% is singing. It's. constant. endless. singing. Every word, every sentence is sung in notes. We were quite thrown off. And the dubbing was too obvious, so was the lip syncing. That turned me off greatly as well. The plot and presentation was good, but obvious dubbing and continuous singing was terribly off-putting.
The Hobbit 7.5/10: Forgettable but good. Also watched it with low expectations, but we were pleasantly surprised. Beautiful scenery, same folklore-like plot, great 'guest' appearances from LOTR movies. Overall we enjoyed it.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower 8/10: I'm a huge sucker for nostalgia and coming-of-age films. The first half was rather underwhelming- typical teens going through typical awkwardness, dealing with HS, etc. But then the latter half but very interesting with the disturbing underbelly. It was very well done. I liked it.