Why would he?FTFY.
You better edit and add those spoiler tags ASAP. :colbert:
I know that. I said it with my tongue planted firmly in my cheek.Why would he?
The movie and the saying has been around long enough that it's like saying Vader is Luke's father.
Spoiler tags need to be removed from the forums really and if people don't want to read spoilers they can simply not read a review of the movie the person said they watched.
I'm serious. I've read the first 2 books, though have gotten a little sidetracked on the third. I've intentionally avoided watching any of the movies. I was completely unaware that "Snape kills Dumbledore" until I read his comment.Not sure if serious.
Oh I missed that you watched this. Great movie! Timothy Carey is my favourite character in this; when he is introduced and he is standing there, stroking a kitten (I think it was a kitten) I loved it! This giant of a guy with crazy mannerisms, holding this little thing in his hand and talking business. Pure awesome. :awe:The Killing - 9/10:
Stanley Kubrick's 1956 film noir. I watched this for the first time a few nights ago; I wanted something short before bed, and at 85 minutes this was perfect. I wish more films were like this, straight and to the point. The movie is about a heist at a race track, the planning, the execution, and aftermath. It was quick, but it didn't feel rushed, nor were there any lulls in the story, well paced.
Sterling Hayden was very good in the lead role, and the supporting cast was solid. Apparently Rodney Dangerfield is an extra during thebut I haven't gone back to check. And this movie got Kubrick hired to direct Paths of Glory, coincidentally another short film, which I'll probably watch soon.bar fight scene
I enjoyed the first third more than the rest, but this was pretty amazing all around. I'm having trouble putting words to my thoughts to explain, but this is a must see if you haven't already. Unless of course your idea of a good movie is transformers, when I would urge you to stay far awayFollowing an elegant dinner party, the guests begin to realize that they can't leave the house in this absurdist satire written and directed by surrealist maestro Luis Buñuel.
One of the best found footage films ever. I picked up the Blu-ray 2-pack and re-watched [REC] and it is still very good; probably still around an 8 for me as well. Then I watched:[REC] - 8/10 Wow I was on the edge of my seat toward the end of this. I'd never seen the "found footage" style so well done.
Yeah I watched this shortly after. It was cool that they took it in a different direction and built the mythology behind the "virus." I also read that they're making two more in the franchise with one being a prequel. It should be interesting to see how it all comes together.One of the best found footage films ever. I picked up the Blu-ray 2-pack and re-watched [REC] and it is still very good; probably still around an 8 for me as well. Then I watched:
[REC] 2 - 6/10: Nowhere near as good as the first film, but still relatively enjoyable. This starts right from where the first film ends and aside from missing a lot of the surprise of the first film (it still has some) it also loses some of the interesting characters of the first film, particularly the main reporter girl who was the driving force of the first film. It's ok, but it's nowhere near as good as the first film.
I was a bit dissapoinetd when I read your review. I thought I would like the movie based on casting alone. I don't have much hatred towards Charlie.. I like him in IASIP. I did not get turned off by him in the movie at all. IMO, the director/ writers and the editing deparment made an exteremely shoddy work of the script. There were a few genuine laughs here and there.. I thought Kevin Spacey and Aniston did their part pretty well, but the writing is a bit sloppy.. and the director spends too much time on the useless stuff.. and oh the flaws.Horrible Bosses - 5.5/10: I was hoping for a lot more funny and while I like Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis a lot, I really, really dislike Charlie Day, he's freaking terrible and pretty much ruins the movie for me. Such an obnoxious character and actor, I would have been much happier with just the other two guys and their predicaments. Colin Farrell was by far the funniest character in the film, but he's only on screen for something like five minutes and while I chuckled in other parts throughout the film, I rarely laughed out loud. It was an amusing film, but not really a funny film. I laughed way more in Bridesmaids.
The Sitter; I remember hearing about it a while ago, but it fell completely off my radar. Sounds interesting.What, there's a jonah hill sam rockwell comedy with a release date of august 5th and it doesn't even have a trailer? Seems like maybe it will be delayed? Directed by the pineapple express/your highness guy. I'm sure it's not that great but it may get me out to the theater assuming it gets there
Man, I just went through his entire filmography on there and I'm not sure I've seen any of those movies. Maybe on TV though. :hmm:
I think you mean Jason Sudeikis.I was a bit dissapoinetd when I read your review. I thought I would like the movie based on casting alone. I don't have much hatred towards Charlie.. I like him in IASIP. I did not get turned off by him in the movie at all. IMO, the director/ writers and the editing deparment made an exteremely shoddy work of the script. There were a few genuine laughs here and there.. I thought Kevin Spacey and Aniston did their part pretty well, but the writing is a bit sloppy.. and the director spends too much time on the useless stuff.. and oh the flaws.
During the intro Bateman narrates how he does not have any time.. and yet he hangs out at the bar on a regular basis. I just did not get Ed Helms character.. he seemed like a nice guy at first, but the way his charater suddenly chaged to "killing boss mode" took me by surprise, and not in a god way. Also, why the fuck does Bateman pass on the stone to Ed Helms when he knows there is a key inside it? I mean he was standing closest to the door. And what happened to the coke they all destroyed? Too many forced bits..
Extremely dissapointed by this movie overall. Music is not good... the flow of plot is not good, movie feels overly long.. and I just did not feel connected.. or interested. 5/10