when it comes to the star wars prequels theres only facts (that theyre abominations)
when it comes to opinions there's only opinions (unless you're rusty)
okay i'll get back to watchin the mole movie, aka Tinker Tailor whatsit.
Just watched Afro Samurai: Resurrection...
I found it kinda predictable, and extremely one tracked. Get daddy's head back. Those are quite possibly the only words I need to use to describe it... however, story aside - it's got pretty kickin' rad action sequences. 3/5!
Good in the visuals and sound departments, knocking five points off for the forced plot
"oh I have a wish i'll spend it on nothing particularly important"
"oh I have a second wish learning from my mistakes i'll spend it on some other useless thing"
And god damn Jar Jar Binks, that alone pretty much makes me hate Star Wars as a whole, good job George Lucas.
no only rusty is allowed to use objectivity as a means of comedy.
I finally got around to watch Watchmen.
First movie to leave me speechless. It was so long but I enjoyed it! So much character and plot development. Only a few things I didn't like. Dr. Manhattan's Penis, "Oh you raped me but lets have sex now, OH, IM PREGNANT! I LOVE YOU" and that weird tiger thing.
I didn't like the solution to the cold war on a moral basis but it raises the question "Would you kill 1 person to save a million people?" so...
Great movie! I wish I watched this sooner when everybody was talking about it.
I give it a 9.99999999999999999999999/10
9 point 9 recurring is technically 10. Please round up
yeah that's right
love the simplicity
and its original
and bryan cranston
Speaking of Star Wars.
What the fuck even was the story in "The Phantom Menace"?
I've seen it like 2-3 times, and I still can't recollect what the point of the movie was.
settling a trade dispute
yep a kids movie alright!
or maybe its an adult film??
The only part in the prequels that you felt anything was when Ewan Mcgregor shouts out "YOUUUUUUU WERE THE CHOSEN ONE!!!!!!"
too bad that's your opinion and not mine
I enjoyed the prequels
yes, I REALLY enjoyed the prequels
is there something I'm missing here
wow zuk chill the fuck out homie
every time he posts you say "dude opinions".
one of the worst things about the prequels is how easily they could be fixed as well (p much all solutions mean changing the films entirely but that would not be a bad thing. fuck jarjar and anakin was a proper dick in all 3 films fuck him)
george lucas is a genuine idiot nowadays
"I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere."
but I honestly don't know why they thought it would be a good idea to have that actor as anakin
Leonardo DiCaprio could have signed on as Anakin but he felt that he wasn't ready for blockbusters
I don't know how dicaprio would have done (definitely better than the one they chose), but it would have been interesting
Uplifting. I have a thing for movies where people embark on trips. Great performances from all the characters.
Recommended if you like to sit back and watch a relaxing movie.
Last few days:
The Deep End - 5/10
The Hurt Locker - 8/10
Slumdog Millionaire - 9/10 (i seriously thought this was going to suck)
Mr. Nobody - 8/10
I showed my little sister (9 years old) all 6 Star Wars movies last summer.
Even her, as young as she is, laughed at that line. She seemed really confused when he got a kiss out of it, though.
How To Train Your Dragon: Gift of the Night Fury.
I'd say it was a damn good short. At only 20 minutes in length, I thought they put a surprising amount of effort into something people were going to write off as a shitty marketing attempt anyway. I can't really give it a numerical rating because...its a short. The animation was not nearly as good as the movie itself, but I think they definitely exceeded most people's expectations. It was funny, adorable, and the writing was solid.
It gives me hope for the future of the franchise. The quality of this short, and the fact that the sequel to the movie won't be seen for another two years (four years of production, at least since the last movie was released), makes me think it will be quality stuff, rather than just another cash cow franchise.
Anyone can recommend a good monster survival movie? Akin to The Mist or Cloverfield?