Cute as always. I love Disney and fairytales~
Cute as always. I love Disney and fairytales~
TV: The Artist
That dog. Aww, so cute. Anyway... The Artist is very stylistic movie that is definitely worthy of awards. It's mostly "silent" throughout the film, but the moments when there are diegetic sounds (whereby the source of the sound is visible on the screen), it is so brilliantly done. It's a work of art. It really is.
Cinema: Silver Linings Playbook
I went to a special Valentine's Day screening of this film and it was a really enjoyable experience. I've been wanting to see this for quite some time, but I never had the opportunity to catch it until now. There are so many things I like about it, but the main highlight was the fact that Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence were absolutely flawless.
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Crank and Crank 2.
Im a big fan of Jason Statham movies, also love Blitz, Transporter movies. Im also big into Sci-Fi, but need some good suggestions on what to watch.. Let me know if ya got anything!
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It was good, not usually the type of movie that I prefer to watch but it was still interesting and fun all the same.
V for Vendetta on TV. I couldn't resist watching it again.
The Day The Earth Stood Still
Fine, hated the kid though, whiny and... ugh <.<;
The Woman in Black
It was worse than I thought it was gonna be. Radcliffe should just retire from acting. He's never not gonna be known as Harry Potter anyways.
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A Good Day to Die Hard
Meh. Wasn't that good. Didn't really bring anything new to the series. The same old formula of a lot of action with a bad plot. I think this series needs a serious work over or they should just stop completely.
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TV: The Birds
It is very surprising that it took me so long to actually sit down and watch this movie considering I have already seen practically every Hitchcock film. Anyway, it was on TV last night so I decided it was time to finally experience it. I can see why it might be terrifying for some, especially if you are indeed afraid of birds and, even if you're not, you might well be after viewing this film. I personally did not find it that scary, but that is not the film's primary intention, I don't think. The real skill is in the suspense, which is what Hitch does best.
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I watched oceans twelve.
I love all of those movies so yeah XD
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Quite good, I loved that look the guy had at the end after he killed the person who 'stole' his identity. Mhmm. Love good guys who turn out to be murders, assassins or spys but are still good in the end, with looks that kill~
Awesome. Without needing me to say it. I liked every character, line, song and everything else in the film.
Samuel L. Jackson was hilarious. Another favourite from Tarantino movies.
Think I need to watch something that doesnt involve killing and mutilating next. Maybe Oz, I dunno.
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Yeah, he is quite a good actor ^^ xDDD
Zombieland - mhmmm... I liked it <.<; Jesse Eisenberg... hehehe.... XD
Fantastic 4 -- Doctor Doom pawns all, 'nuff said *my non-anime hero* ;-;
Liam Neeson is an awesome actor
last movie seen was Skyfall haha rules hard
Skyfall. It was really good. Not sure if it's better than Casino Royale, but ten times better than Quantum. It had some really great locations and the cinematography was shown off well. The stunts were good, as per usual. My only big complaint was that I didn't understand the motive of the plot at the beginning and how it seemingly was tossed for the villain. 4/5.
The Dark Knight Rises. Oh no. I read the book before I watched the movie, so that automatically sets me up for disappointment. And yeah, I guess hype did too. The film had big shoes to fill after The Dark Knight and it essentially tripped, but it didn't fall on it's face. It was good, but it could have been better. The acting seemed a bit off and the editing was awful. Bane was a problem too. He didn't seem nearly as scary as Joker. His voice was hard to take seriously when it wasn't in a deep register. 3.5/5.
Spoiler:- Moon Progress:
I watched part one of "The Ten Commandments" (1956) on DVD yesterday, and I finished part 2 today. I am renting the 2006 edition of the DVD from a local library, that DVD splits the movie between two discs.
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My grade level was forced to watch Kevin James's “Zookeeper” in the gym while the teachers did some kind of training for 2 hours. The movie would of been a lot better if someone turned all the lights out so I could actually see the thing.
Sleeping Beauty (Disney version)
Rewatched it on Friday. Pretty much your classic Princess film, really. The art and music is great, too bad it only really has one great song (Once Upon a Dream) while most Disney films have at least two or three. The plot is pretty much what you'd expect from the fairy tale. Aurora is mainly bland, but she gets a couple of scenes where she has more personality (such as when she finds out she's a princess). Philip is alright, more active than most princes but nothing amazing. Maleficent, however, works great as she's the epitome of Disney villainy - being both intimidating and powerful, but not really cheesy in that regard. The three fairies also have great personalities and character interactions (with the dress and cake failure scene being a particular highlight) as well. Generally, it's a pretty good film, with the fairies and Maleficent really making it stand out more than, say, Cinderella. 8/10
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Gene Wilder, in; Start the Revolution Without Me!
He plays two roles along side some dude I can't remember, other than he is the father of some other Hollywood schmuck. It's about the French revolution, and, being a Wilder movie, is absurdly absurdist. Really, there are only 3 jokes in the film, just redressed throughout, though they're funny every time. It's one Youtube, so deffers check it out. Totally under-rated, totally forgotten. I can't believe I didn't know about this movie my whole life.
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