Wow that kid is cute :3 8/10 nya~
Life of Pi
An amazing story and breathtaking visuals, definitely one of the best movies of last year.
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American Pie 2 , I did rofl many times in that movie.
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TV: Top Hat
The famous duo, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, are easily two of the most beautiful dancers to ever grace the big screen and this picture really highlights their strengths. The dance numbers were the real standout pieces of the film, but I also appreciated the witty bantering between all the primary characters. I am a huge fan of classic Hollywood musicals and this did not disappoint. I was genuinely amused throughout.
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The last movie i saw "Dawn of the dead". Zombie movie from 2004, i think.
A town or maybe even the rest of the USA, the world? becomes victims of zombies.
The nameless nurse gets attacked by her own husband and gets shut inside a toilet, in the last second she get out. Then, hells breaks loose........
7/10 wierd *** ending, otherwise pretty good.
I don't choose the bible, I stick with Lenin and Marx - i spit intelligent arts. /Strike Back.
Disney's Robin Hood
Haven't seen this movie since I was a kid, though I still remembered quite a bit of it pretty well. I found myself enjoying it without meaning to. Yeah, I was bored and decided to put it in (for some reason, I couldn't find The Jungle Book), and I was amused throughout the entire movie. It's also slightly more mature than I remember, probably only because they were speaking how they would speak around that time-period, sorta, but also because they didn't talk about death lightly. Nor about Robin Hood and Maid Marian's talk on having children. They weren't even trying to hide it xD.
The climax is better than I thought it was. I do remember being on the edge of my seat every time the climax started, so I was clearly focused on the movie during that time. Awesome. The only issues I have was that I could recognize recycled animation right off the bat, but it was understandable at the time. Also noticed that the film is not as clean as I remember. The lines were pretty jagged, but a lot of action was happening, to unless they were just standing/laying around, it wasn't too noticeable.
Then again, we only have the VHS tape, so perhaps they did clean it up for the DVD...
I'm just seriously on a Disney-run. I'm getting desires to watch a lot of Disney cartoons, and even wanting to draw tributes to the movies. I want to get back into drawing a lot, so I'd probably hold up on that offer.
Bruce Almighty on TV.
It's probably the seventh time, but I couldn't help but watch again.
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Django Unchained. Terrific movie if not a little gruesome, or maybe a lot gruesome, but it's a Quentin Tarantino movie, kind of expected.
" Power isn't just about going forward, it's about not letting anything hold you back "
Goodnight Mr Tom.
Didn't finish it though...
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Man, haven't watched it in forever, only because our VHS copy stopped working. The film hasn't aged a whole lot, it really does feel timeless. I actually got creeped out when Snow White runs into the forest, pretty intense for a G-rated film. Think that was one of my first creepy moments as a kid, but I watched it a lot. Of course now that I'm older, I can catch onto the characters and story more, and I think I really like Grumpy. He has the most character development alongside Snow White (if not more), and I really like that.
Of course, Dad comes in when the Wicked Stepmother was giving Snow White the apple and says "Is that on YouTube? Haven't watched that in a long time, didn't know you liked Snow White." Then he goes on to say that because it's a houseful of boys, it's the reason why we don't have a lot of the Disney movies on DVD. Well, for sure I'm going to get (almost--Home on the Range is a disappointment along with Chicken Little) all of the Disney movies for my kids, and also for my husband's and my own enjoyment. Walt Disney never intended to have his movies be just for kids, after all, and it's a shame that some people will refuse to watch these movies because it's a kids' film.
Pokemon Heroes: Latias and Latios. My friend let me borrow his DVD.
That ending was sad. Poor Latios ;w;
Pretty good, much better than I originally thought it would have been. Liked the ending best though. Heh.
In the theaters: The Hobbit.
On TV uhh... I rewatched Fight Club the other day.
I watched The Lorax in english class the other day, lmfao.
It was so cute and I actually loved it. I could def see it becoming one of my favorite movies
In theaters: Rise of the Guardians
On TV: Orphan (2009)...which is very crappy.
Good movie with a good plot and good characters, nothing really to badmouth I suppose xDD. It held my attention, that's for sure anyway~
Today seemed like Movie day XP Simply because today I watched:
Real Steel: great movie :3 I like to see fighting robots XD
Harry Potter and the Prisioner of Azkaban: Yay Harry Potter! XD I like this movie a lot :3 <.>
Puss in Boots: Favorite moivie X3 I like cats and love Antonio Banderas' voice X3
A Haunted House: Pretty funny <.> Also well.. I scare easily so it was a little scaru every time that scary sound came on as something was about to happen >_> but still it had me laughing too much XP
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Jhango. Its a good movie.
In theaters, the last movie I saw was Django Unchained, which is really a great movie despite all the controversy surrounding it. The last movie I saw that wasn't in theaters was Moneyball, which is one of my favorite movies.