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post #14206 of 16084

Nightmare Before Chistmas - 9/10

 

Loved the simple story with such a interesting more deep meaning. Oh and the visuals from Tim Burtons always work so well for me. 


Edited by n0str3ss - 10/16/13 at 8:00am
post #14207 of 16084
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

Nightmare Before Chistmas - 9/10

 

Loved the simply store with such a interesting more deep meaning. Oh and the visuals from Tim Burtons always work so well for me. 

Feel free to expand on those deeper meanings [or what you felt they where]

 

Watched

 

White House Down

7/10

I jumped a few times, not a bad movie. As other's have said a fun watch, the story was mildy interesting. The comedy wasn't too offensive, nothing special but not horrible. Worth watching with friends though, as a group of people make these... block buster cookie cutter movies better imo! 

post #14208 of 16084

Gravity 3D 9.5/10

 

After hearing so much praise about the 3-D version of the movie, I thought I'd try it.

 

Yes, its better. The level of immersion is realistic, and its present 80% of the time. The 3D enhances the vastness of space.

post #14209 of 16084
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Originally Posted by proton007 View Post
 

Gravity 3D 9.5/10

 

After hearing so much praise about the 3-D version of the movie, I thought I'd try it.

 

Yes, its better. The level of immersion is realistic, and its present 80% of the time. The 3D enhances the vastness of space.

No you got me really interested... I might finnaly watch it in 3D

post #14210 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

Feel free to expand on those deeper meanings [or what you felt they where]

 

Watched

 

White House Down

7/10

I jumped a few times, not a bad movie. As other's have said a fun watch, the story was mildy interesting. The comedy wasn't too offensive, nothing special but not horrible. Worth watching with friends though, as a group of people make these... block buster cookie cutter movies better imo! 

When I have some more free time I will. And thanks for showing interest!

post #14211 of 16084

Les Miserables 3/10.

 

I am fascinated what self esteem the hollywood actors have. I mean if I know I just can´t sing I wouldn´t dare to say yes to such a project. Requires balls of steel. The ears bleed every minute of this as Russel crow singer, Wolverine and their partners totally destroy each number.

10th anniversary edition sound way better then 25th anniversary edition at spotify. Listening to the movie soundtrack after that truly make you cringe...

post #14212 of 16084
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Les Miserables 3/10.

The ears bleed every minute of this as Russel crow singer, Wolverine and their partners totally destroy each number.

 

 

LOL

post #14213 of 16084
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Originally Posted by oqvist View Post
 

Les Miserables 3/10.

 

I am fascinated what self esteem the hollywood actors have. I mean if I know I just can´t sing I wouldn´t dare to say yes to such a project. Requires balls of steel. The ears bleed every minute of this as Russel crow singer, Wolverine and their partners totally destroy each number.

10th anniversary edition sound way better then 25th anniversary edition at spotify. Listening to the movie soundtrack after that truly make you cringe...

LOL +2

 

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LOL

I see you scored the LCD-2 :beerchug:

post #14214 of 16084
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I see you scored the LCD-2 :beerchug:

 

Yessir :)

post #14215 of 16084
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LOL +2

 

I see you scored the LCD-2 :beerchug:

LOL +3

 

For actors without any singing experience they behaved high above my expectations, what they lacked in the ability to reach certain tones they compensated with adding so much texture, emotions and caracter to the songs.


Edited by n0str3ss - 10/17/13 at 1:21pm
post #14216 of 16084

I saw this film had a critic score that was significantly higher than the consumer score at RT, and often times that is not a good sign. I decided to give it a chance anyway, and I ended up discovering one of the most interesting films I've seen in quite a while. I can understand why only half of the consumers gave it a fresh rating, cause in many ways it's a very disturbing movie with a central character who has some pretty significant issues. That being said, I feel it was very well acted, smartly directed, and also very accurately portrayed. Most of us have felt the sting of a break-up, and most of us understand how it can be possible to become consumed by the pain, confusion, and desperation of being broken up with. That's where we find our protagonist as the movie begins, and where it goes from there is extremely interesting and disturbing. It's sort of a Kubrick-esque/noir/psych type film, if that makes any sense...and for those of you who dig that sort of thing, I very highly recommend it. 

 

"Simon Killer" - 8.9/10

 

post #14217 of 16084

Saw gravity yesterday at the midnight session and I have to say it was pretty good movie.

 

8/10

post #14218 of 16084

Can't believe there's only like two people on here that have seen Captain Phillips :frown:

post #14219 of 16084
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Can't believe there's only like two people on here that have seen Captain Phillips :frown:

 

Its the effect Gravity is having on most movies.

 

Also, Captain Phillips hasn't been as widely released.


Edited by proton007 - 10/19/13 at 9:24am
post #14220 of 16084

Just watched Killer Joe yesterday. I found it a very disturbed movie in an exciting way, one of the good movies i've seen in a while.

 

9/10, would watch again.

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