Excellent film. I watched a bit of the American remake 'Let me in', and didn't understand why they bothered to make it. It wasn't terrible, but seemed kind of redundant.Let the right one in - 9/10
Eat shit, Twilight.
I am not a fan of vampires at all, but this movie surprised me a lot. There is not much dialogue in this movie.. and absolutely no cheap thrills. I also connected a lot with that boy.. as I was almost always on the receiving side of bullying. This is not just a good vampire movie, but an awesome well rounded movie.
I've heard mixed things and after seeing a particular trailer I have little interest. I'll probably still check it out at some point, but I'm not rushing to the theatre like I was originally intending.The Descendents - 5/10
Bleh. I didn't like this at all. In fact I disliked it. I found it boring and unmoving.
There was really nothing that I liked about this. There were a few funny lines but all felt forced. I don't think i've seen any other of Payne's movies but I hope they are better than this. I'd skip it for sure. If I wasn't packed in with senior citizens at my 3:45 showing I might have walked out
I really want to see this. Missed it in its brief theatre run.I Love You, Philip Morris - 7/10:Cute gay love story/comedy. I laughed a lot during this movie. Very funny. Definitely has a Sunday-night-network TV movie of the week feel to it, just with male on male buttsex and rated R.
Gets a little slow at times, and the way they portraygetting out of/escaping from prison is kind of stupid.
i pity the fool who thinks carrell was ever funny.Dinner for Schmucks - 4.5/10: Meh, pretty average. I like Paul Rudd a lot, but I found Steve Carell's character way too annoying. Annoying can be funny, like Jim Carrey in Dumb & Dumber or even The Cable Guy, but Carell does not pull it off (could be the writing). I also found it weird that the actual dinner is not until the end, it's all a lot of long, drawn out build-up. I did laugh in a few parts early on, but by the end I was kind of bored.