GODZILLA 2000: MILLENNIUM - Official Trailer - YouTube
Appears to be. Actually looks fun to watch.
Yes. I went it totally blind expecting a children's movie and boy was I pleasantly surprised. Not often a movie gets released these days that isn't a remake, full of teens or a copy of something else. Troll Hunter was another good one but it's not in English.It's a pretty weird one. Story is not at all predictable which is good.
This was said of it in a thread dedicated to it at Rotten Tomatoes Forums (RIP!!!): "One of the best films ever made. It also has one of the best replay values out of any film."I still havent seen Magnolia.
Watched first time last night. How long is this? Yeah, I was wondering way too much. Partly, because there was (for me) a lot of tension in that I was wondering what terrible things might happen, and there were land mines everywhere and they kept going off. Plus, the story lines were plentiful and seemingly unpredictably intersecting and that added greatly to the tension. There were many highly charged dramatic scenes, and that's quite an understatement. So, I was apprehensive, let's say. Anyway, I made it through the movie to discover that it did have a lot going on in the way of redemptive resolutions in spite of the terribly bleak goings-on. I imagine repetitive viewings will give a quite different caste to my take on this film. Paul Anderson, a highly regarded director, lots of premier actors in this.
.. you obviously yearn for the worst of the VHS rental era.ACTION U.S.A IS AWESOME FUCK YOU!!!
If you were yearning for the best, you'd watch ^these two.Whats better, Kentucky Fried Movie, or Amazon Women on The Moon?
Colosseum, 8 part series, current. 10 of 10
Only the first episode debuted tonight. It's narrated by experts and they don't play any of the bs, reality-show games with you. Mostly.
Tonight's episode revolved around a truly unique description of the headline battle's combatants - on opening day. It's pretty slow but they don't dump a lot on you at one time either. This is what you might expect to find on a history channel.
Very cool. I live to serve.Oh thanks for the heads up on this one. I like me some documentaries, and anything about Ancient Rome.