Last Movie You Saw??
Posted 09 January 2008 - 01:39 AM
If they mess up Indyanna Jones 4. So help me Inglina (God)........ It's like they just don't care about us customers anymore...
Posted 09 January 2008 - 01:54 AM
If Lucas so as even screws up one nano second of Indyanna Jones 4. I'll run amuck and eat people..... Don't mess with Indy. Indy is the movie that turned me into a Movie watching zombie. VHSes were new fangled invention in the early 80s. Indy comes out..... then it snowballed from there...
Posted 10 January 2008 - 01:39 AM
When real witches and magical newagers would embrace all alternative beliefs under the New Earth umbrellia. The Shamans were depicted as child kidnapping hunters...
Sweeny Todd..... is a ?!?!?!Q!??!!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?! kind of movie. It defies any catagory. It's that good. It belongs to the "Tommy" and I heart Hucklebee's catagory. Werid. It plays as a opera-musical, of mayhem and death.... again classic gothic Burton yin yan themes (of light/warmth and cold reality of Fog, and cold hearted ness that inspired Todd's pessimistic breakdown). It has to be on your to watch list. It's very Fed up in a GREAT way!
Is Deip to Burton is to Kurosawa and Mufine? (great to work together with), or Parker and Stone?
Posted 16 January 2008 - 10:17 PM
QUOTE(Anie8706 @ Jan 12 2008, 09:00 PM)
I saw a movie which gave me the worst headache ever
Sweeney Todd: The demon barber of fleet street.
Hilarious at how stupid the lyrics are, if I here another "Joanna I'm going to steal you", I will seriously punch or kick ya.
Worst Johnny Depp movie I saw in a long time, only liked a few things but seriously. CRAP.
Joooooannnnnnaaaaa I'lll steallll youuuuu. Joooooooannnnnnaaaaaa whherrrreeeee arrrrrrreeeeee youuuuuu?!?!?
Posted 17 January 2008 - 11:40 PM
QUOTE(C-Life @ Jan 17 2008, 11:30 PM)
Buffalo Soldiers with Joaquin Pheonix anyone seen it?! Really good 8.5/10
>>> Great movie. But why did the Sargent destroy his car? He has no legal grounds to do that. He couldn't prove that Elwood hustled all that stuff..
Mop and Glow?!?!? you really think we need all that Mop and Glow?
Cleanleness is next to godliness.
Posted 21 January 2008 - 02:23 PM
Posted 26 January 2008 - 03:17 PM
Man I want to move to New York. What other city in the world do: museum exhibits come alive and party all night, a super alien news paper writer saves Earth from destruction over and over again, shoots eye lasers and is invincible; a fun loving college student who think he's some sort of spider swings at mach 9 saving subways from falling over while fighting a dude on a flyer throwing bombs, and a robotic octopus clawing up buildings dropping broken crumbs of cement, and men with nuclear lasers roast giant Marshmellowman, to defeat a pan dimentional Sumarian God. (Go Humans).
What other city has a lone scientist fending off an entire legion of zombies, and what other city is destroyed over and over and over again, by giant monsters like Godzilla and King Kong, and still rebuild's itself.... Man that's one hell of a Urban Renewal program..... (renovating old buildings into new livable buildings).
New York New York, what a hell of a town. Monsters always tears it down. New York, where the citizens don't frown (despite all sorts of destruction to it from monsters, and super villians), New York New York, what a hell of a townnnnnn.
I loved this latest chapter (Cloverfield) in the multi dimensional vortext that is NYC (multi dementional, for the many many overlapping story settings that it is set in, yet these worlds don't seem to collide!). Say isn't fight club set in New York? Where the hell does that city get the taxes to rebuild after each dramatic attack from Demons, and ghosts and goblins.
Freedom Fighters (game), from New York, send commies packing in an alternate reality.
Raz Ghul and his ninjas really did a number to that city, with the LDS gas!
How much more damage can that city take though. One good thing though, the construction workers are never out of work!
Posted 30 January 2008 - 06:18 PM
Posted 03 February 2008 - 01:25 AM
Cage plays a mentally ill con artist, who makes a great living grafting greedy marks. Until he meets a young girl who claims to be his daughter. This further compounds on his mental illness in a good way, as he learns to become a responsible father. It's actually a very heart warming movie.
Posted 03 February 2008 - 01:40 AM
>>> They guy who played Bruce Lee in Dragon, was on it. (the dude with goatee, and long hair that said "Here's your money, too bad it has snot on it".). Christopher Walken looks good in Mandarin clothes.
Posted 04 February 2008 - 12:39 AM
QUOTE(Barney Gumble @ Feb 3 2008, 02:02 AM)
<span style='color:#000000;background:#000000'>Especially when she turns the scam around on him and takes him for every penny he's got.</span> Yep. Heartwarming.
I agree though, it was a pretty good movie.
I got to see "The Heartbreak Kid". Meh. It had its funny bits but once is plenty, never going to watch it again. Thankfully the DVD was borrowed.
>>> Well when she was pretending to be his daughter. They went bowling, ate pizzas, spend time together... scammed this lady in a Laundrymat, Lohman was cute in that movie. I just wanted to pinch her cute little cheeks, and pat her tomboy hair. That was a cute movie.. I like how he runs out of medication, and goes to a drug store, and freaks out saying "You guys don't want me lieing in the gutter until I Pi.s blood! only to find out the medication, were Menopause pills.
Posted 04 February 2008 - 05:37 PM
The movie with this set "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas". goooo doped out journalists.But Las Vegas is not a good town to trip out in.... Lots of broken hearts there, ie, losing all money to the machines, or gangsters. Tupac was shot there wasn't he. All all those grisly murders that Grissom and his team has to solve... No wonder Doctor Gonzo, and Raul Duke, had a bad trip.
They pick up a hitch hiker, and Thompson has crazy eyes and says "Get in". or tried to drink beer, but the sand from the motocross turned his beer into cement or something.
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