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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by GRColin, Aug 22, 2011.
They probably think you're the dude with the AK.
Speaking if movie going solo, I just saw Trainwreck and Inside Out this weekend by myself.
Both are great by the way.
Big Amy Shumer fan?
Yeah, I think she's hilarious.
The last movie that I watch was Jurassic World.
Saw Ant-Man last Friday night and I loved it. Really fun film to watch. The way Ant-Man (and Yellow Jacket) fight were really creative.
saw Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
Another great Tom Cruise movie, much better than Ant-Man
Good, not great. Started 75:25 comedy but 2/3 in went 25:75 romcom. ... :sleep: :thumbup:
Saw Ant-Man. Glad there wasn't any foot fetish going on.
Unfriended. Not nearly as bad as people made it out to be. Not good enough to pull it out of cheesy B rate horror film territory. Take from it what you will.
:Edit: Re-watched it again with my girlfriend. I actually liked it. (Prepares for hate messages)
Gonna be watching the new Dragon Ball Z animated film, Resurrection of F this Saturday.
I suspect the story will be crap but the animation and fights will be awesome.
Just cam back from watching Her
That ending man
While this movie isn't perfect (and it doesn't have to be), in my opinion, it far surpasses the attempts of last decade. This movie has a different feel to it than most any other comic film out there. It's got humor to it, but definitely some stuff kids shouldn't see - the scene with Doctor Doom in the halls of the facility, damn. Speaking of Doom, I liked this version. Early plans were to call him 'Domachev' or something and make him an angry blogger. Glad they scrapped that plan. Ben looked great, but needs pants. Johnny Storm looked awesome too. All in all, I feel this was a good movie.
Yojimbo at home.
in theaters, Mission Impossible.
Both are good movies.
I watched Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of 'F' on Saturday at the cinema.
It was great! I loved DBZ as a kid so it was a massive nostalgia trip. The cinema was entirely sold out and the whole crowd was laughing. The plot is really stupid, but I think the writers understood this as the film was very funny, it didn't take itself seriously at all.
I also watched Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods on Blu-Ray last night with my girlfriend. It was pretty good, but not as enjoyable as Resurrection of 'F'.
Watched a couple B movies tonight.
Creep and Dark was the Night..
Loved them both, Creep was AWESOME! Both so unexpected, anticipated to just skim through them but was drawn in to both and watched start to finish.
The ending of Creep was so great. Reviews for this film either seem to hate it or love it though, no in between.
Dark was the Night trailer.
It wasn't bad, but it also wasn't good.
It wasn't much of anything, really.
I think the best description of this movie was that it felt too short and too long at the same time.
Last night my girlfriend and I watched National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1. I forgot how hilarious that movie is. I love those old, really bad 80's gag comedies where almost every line has a stupid gag joke of some sort.
3 out of 5.
I didn't know what to expect when I chose this one on Netflix but I was pleasantly surprised. I appreciated the accurate science found throughout and what they could accomplish on a limited budget. There was nothing over the top about it or cliche really. All in all a good film. The only thing that held it back for me is their choice of filming technique. Not quite lost footage but more a reliance on stationary shuttle cameras/ It added to the realism but was a little annoying.
Watched How To Train Your Dragon 2 again yesterday. I love that movie.
I just saw Straight Outta Compton.
5/5 - if you're in anyway attached to the Story of Dre. Suge. Snoop, Ice Cube, and early West Coast Rap.
4.5/5 If your not.