i saw a trailer of it the other night and I have no idea what its about other than a Liam Neeson in the snow vs. a wolf?I have not seen any trailers, but yeah, surprisingly I've heard good things about The Grey and am going to try and catch it this weekend if I can.
Yeah, I think he ends up lost in the wild and has to make it back to civilization while kicking the shit out of nature. Lots of blood and guts apparently. :hmm:i saw a trailer of it the other night and I have no idea what its about other than a Liam Neeson in the snow vs. a wolf?
yeah, it's a good one. I think I watched this on Netflix streaming awhile back and ended up buying the Blu-Ray.The Good, The Bad, The Weird (Joheunnom nabbeunnom isanghannom) - 8/10: Kim Jee-woon's Kimchi Western that is actually a fun play on the Spaghetti Western. There are some great action sequences and I liked most of the characters, particularly The Weird, played by Kang-ho Song who is awesome in everything (can't believe how many great movies he's been in) and his relationship with The Good was well done. I did find it was too long at 130 minutes; it honestly could have shaved 15-20 minutes off easily, but I liked it aside from that.
Wait wait, even more...you bought something you already watched for practically free?? OMG. Quick someone delete that post. It goes against everything the movie industry stands for.What? You mean there are movies that you watch and actually enjoy?
Ponti posts all kinds of movies he likes in here, not really sure what you guys are on about.
:awe:Uknown - 5/10 - was ok, not great. the plat was kind of dumb
Didn't you find it too long and a little too on point in parts? I mean I guess that second thing is to be expected, but a little bit more editing and some subtlety would have gone a long way to increasing my enjoyment of the film.I'm going to give it an 8. The subject matter was just so compelling given how this wasn't all that long ago. Not a dry eye in the house.