A couple nights ago I saw the remake of Halloween 2 in the theater. Rob Zombie pretty much butchered it, adding a whole new dimension to Michael Myers as a child. The original Halloween movies (1 and 2) were amazing, partly because Jamie Lee Curtis was such a likeable protagonist, partly because of good direction, music, etc. In the new movie, the girl who plays Laurie Strode is not fit for the part. It angers me to no end. That's the main reason horror movies these days have gone downhill. They'll have an airhead playing the poor, helpless girl who the murderer is after. She's so stupid that you end up wanting her dead in the end. What's the point?
I watched I Love You Man last night. I loved it. I love Paul Rudd as well. But I hated his character in the movie
"Whatever interest we take in the fortune of those with whom we have no acquaintance or connexion, and who are placed altogether out of the sphere of our activity, can produce only anxiety to ourselves, without any manner of advantage to them. To what purpose should we trouble ourselves about the world in the moon?"
Post by HarleyThomas1002 on Sept 11, 2009 20:21:59 GMT -5
I could say I watched Mean Girls in media studies. But as I tried to watch it once before and couldn't because it was just so awful I sat on my ass the whole time the movie was playing listening to music and reading.
A vandal on Wikipedia's "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" page wrote: "Probably just justin bieber getting chased by fans and dancing badly. If you just watch his music videos they show the same exact thing for free. Don't waste your money."
The Day After Tomorrow. I liked it. I'm kind of a sucker for disaster movies. Not sure just how realistic it is though that an ice age would happen within a matter of days. Plus Jake Gyllenhaal is cute.
Post by nickiknack on Sept 19, 2009 22:36:13 GMT -5
I saw Inglorious Basterds today, what an sweet movie that was. I loved the whole alternative history concept of WW2(probably because I'm a history geek and the WW2 Era is one of my favorite periods), and Brad Pitt's hick accent.
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