Just finished watching Mezzo Forte and it was pretty damn awesome.
Anime crime-drama movie set in the not so distant future Japan. Althought he only thing futuristic about it was the three robots.
And it had nothing to do with music either? Fail.
First few minutes made it look like it was about baseball. Typical anime baseball where someone hitting a homerun sends teh ball through a billboard only stopping after making a dent in the concrete wall behind it.
Post by darthtoxic on Sept 23, 2009 14:24:48 GMT -5
Guinea Pig: Devil's Experiment and Guinea Pig: Android of Notre Dame. The former was pretty shit being nothing more than a simulated snuff film, but the latter was pretty interesting.
"Everything I own is in the corner of your room. It's covered with a sheet just like it died - but I will take a broom. I'll sweep it new again, arrange it... Oh, I'll grow a dozen hands. No, I never will neglect my world again. I'm safe beneath my blanket. Call it home... For you. For me... and rainbows."
Just finished watching Let the Right One In. Over all was good, but the voice actors doing the voice overs weren't all that great, and movie can be slow at times. It's a love story about two 12 year olds, it's tender, horrifying, and sad.
Lesbian Vampire Hunters No, it's not a porn movie. More like a dark comedy/horror parody with hot vampire chicks. Not as good as I hoped, not as bad as I expected.
Yes Man Would have sucked without Zooey Deschanel. I'm usually not into romantic stuff. Falls to the 'meh' category.
Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen It was... Big. Not very good, though. Entertaining, but not very good. Lots of explosions and giant robots so that it looks good in HD.
Monsters Vs Aliens Liked it. Steven Colbert was the best president of the U, S & A in the history of ever. Also has Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) in it, which is nice. Animations rule. (Doesn't include anime. Anime sucks.)
For some reason I seem to like three kinds of movies: Zombie-horror, animations and those witty action/comedy/whatever movies that Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie make.
Diary of the Dead Written and directed by George A. Romero so it was the awesome. I didn't like that Cloverfield/Quarantine-style hand held camera thingie but that's purely because it's been done so many times. It worked nicely, bringing sort of claustrophobic feeling to the movie. Zombie flick by Romero can't go wrong.
Revolver Jason Statham in a bit more serious role. I really don't know what to say. On one hand I liked the movie, but then again, half the time I didn't know what the hell was going on. I gotta stop watching movies at 2am.
Post by RavynousHunter on Oct 2, 2009 12:24:50 GMT -5
Just watched the latest Friday the 13th. All I have to say is "FUCK YES." Not only is Jason faster (which can be seen from the trailers), but he's also smarter. I mean like motherfucking Rambo smart. Shit, he sets up fucking bear traps, tripwires, pretty much everything except IED's. Oh, and also, he slow roasts a whore in a sleeping bag during what amounts to the motherfucking INTRO.
I can't believe they actually killed Hitler! When that finally went down I was laughing like a maniac. I couldn't stop grinning for about half an hour after the credits rolled. Tarantino is a beautiful man who makes beautiful films.