vertigo by alfred hitchcock
vertigo by alfred hitchcock
The last one I watched was The Dark Crystal, a Jim Henson film. All I can say is, how did Henson think of THIS?!
Watched The Grey last night. Had it's flaws, but it was great on the emotional side of things.
1st X run:
Fast and Furious 6
Mindless fun with great action sequences. Not the best film ever made but then again it never set out to be.
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Still love this movie, very nostalgic for me.
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Escaflowne: The Movie
Now that I've been watching the series, I can spot the differences between the anime and the movie. The movie is vastly different, of course, but it does work as its own story--though knowing the source material helps a bit. I got the movie when I was thirteen, I had never heard of Escaflowne before, so I went in with no knowledge of its source material, and I loved it. I still love it, it's got beautiful animation, and the story flows fairly nicely. Sure, most of the characters who are important characters of the show are pushed to the side, but the movie really focuses on Van and Hitomi, so it kinda makes some sense. Either way, I enjoy it very much. The soundtrack is gorgeous, and is one of the reasons why the movie's so memorable to me.
It also was my brother's first time watching it, I believe, so at least he stayed awake through it all. He apparently liked it, but I doubt it's on the same level as what I thought of it at his age. Aw well. He's been getting into anime anyway, so might as well help expand his list.
Last in theater: Star Trek: Into Darkness
A really good movie. If J. J. Abrams does this well with the new Star Wars, I'll be very happy. I actually teared up several times in this movie, which is rare.
Last on TV: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
I ALWAYS cry in this movie. It sucks wanting to beat the **** out of Palpatine for being a douche, but you're unable to. ;(
Last few movies I saw were: The Big Lebowski, Star Trek: Into Darkness, and Iron Man 3.
Also, I would like to reccomend anyone see Mud, because it's becoming my favorite movie of the year. Matthew McConaughey is amazing in it.
last movie i saw was The Dark Knight Rises. Fantastic movie.
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Fast and Furious 6 - 8/10
So glad it was easy to follow, cause I've liked the previous movies yet usually found it hard to know what's going on. Plenty of action and suspense and likable characters. Not my favorite franchise, but the best one I think by far.
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Watched Iron Man 2 just because it was on tbs or something like that.
I really don't see why many people don't like it as much as the other two...
Days Left (including today): 0
The Avengers (2012) I still really like this movie.
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I had no idea it would be so sad. But it was still a really great film.
Star Trek: Into Darkness.
Excellent, really very good, and I enjoyed the way it reconciled with the original series more than the first film.
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