Last movie watched was Pain and Gain. I can't think of anything to watch if not for my dad watching it.
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The last few films I've seen have been
The Look of Love
I'm So Excited
Iron Man 3
The Place Beyond the Pines
Oz Great and Powerful
Wreck it Ralph
I would do a mini review (and I may do in future) but being that many it would be a massive post.
Of those films the ones I'd recommend most would be Mud, Stoker and Spring Breakers.
Cat's Eye: Stephen King, how can you go wrong.
Legend: for the 100th time, young Tom Cruise what else is there to say.
The Guilt Trip: I admit I was skeptical at first, but it was actually pretty decent.
Mama: just what I thought it would be, a disappointment, come on Guillermo.
Star Trek Into Darkness
I last saw a Star Wars Movie, Forgot the title since I didnt take notice of the title I just grabbed it since I wanted to watch a star wars movie and I randomly picked that one up. Anyway its put away behind a bunch of Dvd so it's sorta useless to try and get it out and make a mess and fuss to find out the title.
All I know about it is the one where Darth Vader looses his hand thanks to LUKE SKYWALKER. I now dont like Luke Skywalker, I liked Darth Vader but Luke Skywalker CUT HIS HAND OFF. It was probably a robotic hand but still...
Watched the Devil's Advocate. Well, finished watching, as I stopped watching about midfilm (at the scene where that black woman tells Keanu Reeves' wife to touch her boobs and it suddenly gets freaky) last night because I figured it wasn't a movie I'd watch at 2AM if I wanted to get any sleep afterwards. Turns out it wasn't that bad in that regard.
Anyway, it was a little too literal for my tastes. Reeve's acting also got on my nerves, as did his voice. Al Pacino on the other hand was quite good. I really disliked the cop-out ending, by the way. All things considered, I'm glad I finally got around to watching it, but it didn't meet my expectations.
Though given the first thing in the film is yellow text floating through space giving you the name of the film, I'm not sure how they couldn't know what it was.
Star Trek into Darkness
Probably the best in its class. I don't watch many sci-fi movies though.
The fighting scenes were average. And Mr Spock overshadowed the lead character Capt Kirk.
But definitely better than Iron Man 3.
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Great Gatsby. I honestly expected to not like it, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Leo was a great Gatsby.
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I saw The Help again, and yet again I started tearing up *blows nose*
Been a long time since I've seen a movie, but, if this counts: Sofia the First, Once Upon a Princess a few months back. I stopped caring about movies.
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The last one I saw was on TV last night. It was called Stealth
It wasn't bad, but you'd think that people would finally realise that every time they try to create artificial intelligence, it backfires big time XD
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Well, technically, I watched it half the time. I was playing Black 2 the other half, but I was listening. I really enjoy the sounds of the movie, especially when it takes place in Sugar Rush. Some of my best moments in the movie come from the sound effects, though the visuals are really beautiful.
My parents saw it all the way through for I think the first time, and though Mom was reading most of the time, she was listening to the writing. So... guess it counts.
Space Jam was just on the tv a few hours ago, so i sat down and watched that.
Not really a movie, but I just watched The Name of the Doctor... My brain exploded. Now I have to wait till November 23 to see what happens next!!! Arghh!!
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I watched Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind a couple of days ago, and really enjoyed it. It is now the 2nd Jim Carrey film I truly enjoyed. The narrative gimmick wasn't as enjoyable because I had recently watched Memento, it was still interesting. Overall a very lovely and enjoying story, I especially liked how it wasn't just all about the 2 protagonist and the story branched out to include the other character's personal lives in it as well.
Last night I watched Pan's Labyrinth. It was a very, very good movie but I think it's been overrated a bit. I loved the tone and enjoyed every bit of it, but the things I had read and heard about it had raised my expectations to pretty absurd levels.