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RED 2: 3.2/10

 

I was watching this sh*t ***** while on a plane. I really liked RED so I was wondering how come RED 2 got 42% on Rotten Tomatoes. So, I started the film, and the intro is ******** MESSED UP. THE STORY STRUCTURE IS BROKEN!!!!!!!! Also, the connection between acts are done poorly (WTF A COMIC BOOK SLOT?!!! I'M WATCHING A FILM ******!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wouldn't watch the film if I like comic book illustrations). Sarah Ross is SUPER DUPER ******** ANNOYING, Han Choi Bai suddenly turned into a good guy for no explanation and jokes aren't that funny as the last one (although I get some good laughs). Although the action scenes are great, but still it's a pile of sh*t and piss storytelling. I WANNA CRY.

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12 Years a Slave: 9/10.  I single tear'd.

 

Wolf of Wall Street: 8.5/10.  Fun, funny, entertaining, interesting.

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Psycho (1960) - 8.5 (revaluation)

 

Aesthetically it's the most attractive and fleshed out, it has the most contemporaneous style and I admire it's formal beauty and the more natural quality of the acting.

 


Rear Window (1954) - 8.5

 

Rear Window is the one that most literally places us in the voyeur position, this is a very present aspect in Hitchcock cinema.

It forces us to think about our relationship with the piece we're watching, smart stuff and the most thrilling of the 3 movies in my experience.


Vertigo (1958) - 9

 

To me Vertigo is the most fascinating and beautiful cinematic experience, I live this movie more than the other two.

When it ends I feel like I'm waking up from a dream where I experienced something big, beautiful and bittersweet.

 

 

3 movies from Hitchcock and all very different.

I liked them all, but Vertigo exerts more atraction on me because it moves me more.

I find it difficult to advance a definitive rating for the 3 movies, I can see fairly well what makes them great and beautiful works of cinema but the slightest flaws or awkwardness are highly distracting... I'm probably not being fair by penalising the ratings because of such, afterall these are movies from the 50/60's, a different and more naive mindset would be more appropriate to fully apprecciate these works... I might revise the rating in the near future...

I feel that Rear Window and Vertigo are a bit long... they have some superfluos scenes that could use a bit of cutting here and there... this is pretty much my only complain...

Soundtracks of Psycho and Vertigo are TO DIE FOR and they're so effective!, Bernard Herrmann was a crucial colaboration that cemented Hitchcock success without a doubt.
I still have to see North by Northwest and some others, but I can say right away that I have become a big admirer of Hitchcock cinema, great artist!
 


I have vertigo..i am ok going up but it's the getting down part I don't like..i still have done a bungy jump and i walked along the top of the sydney harbour bridge and dived off the highest cliff in Ibiza..i used to climb trees when I was a kid but once I was up there I couldn't climb down i had to drop off the tree..i watched vertigo as a kid and new I had vertigo the doctor confirmed this!


Edited by martin vegas - 1/23/14 at 3:44pm
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RED 2: 3.2/10

 

I was watching this sh*t ***** while on a plane. I really liked RED so I was wondering how come RED 2 got 42% on Rotten Tomatoes. So, I started the film, and the intro is ******** MESSED UP. THE STORY STRUCTURE IS BROKEN!!!!!!!! Also, the connection between acts are done poorly (WTF A COMIC BOOK SLOT?!!! I'M WATCHING A FILM ******!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wouldn't watch the film if I like comic book illustrations). Sarah Ross is SUPER DUPER ******** ANNOYING, Han Choi Bai suddenly turned into a good guy for no explanation and jokes aren't that funny as the last one (although I get some good laughs). Although the action scenes are great, but still it's a pile of sh*t and piss storytelling. I WANNA CRY.


Reading this review is like watching my teenaged Nephew after he's run out of his ADHD medication.The funniest part of this is the fact that it somehow got an extra .2 on your 3/10, which honestly I can't imagine what your numerical score even means based on this review. But seriously, thumbs up. Anyone that ends a review with "I WANNA CRY" is legit in my book. Movie looked like total crap in the trailer, anyway.


Edited by dxanex - 1/23/14 at 6:38pm
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Originally Posted by 2015071 View Post
 

RED 2: 3.2/10

 

I was watching this sh*t ***** while on a plane. I really liked RED so I was wondering how come RED 2 got 42% on Rotten Tomatoes. So, I started the film, and the intro is ******** MESSED UP. THE STORY STRUCTURE IS BROKEN!!!!!!!! Also, the connection between acts are done poorly (WTF A COMIC BOOK SLOT?!!! I'M WATCHING A FILM ******!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wouldn't watch the film if I like comic book illustrations). Sarah Ross is SUPER DUPER ******** ANNOYING, Han Choi Bai suddenly turned into a good guy for no explanation and jokes aren't that funny as the last one (although I get some good laughs). Although the action scenes are great, but still it's a pile of sh*t and piss storytelling. I WANNA CRY.

Are you SERIOUS... I LOVED the first one, is the second one THAT BAD

 

Is John Malkovich Still... wacky and paranoid! 

 

Speaking of Malkovich I watched

 

Being John Malkovich 7.8/10

 

Fun move, wacky story and decent amount of charecter development, I enjoyed the commedy of the movie as a whole... I didn't quiet get into to it on a deeper level though like some have, but it was just fun to watch 

 

I also watched

 

Her 8/10

 

I really enjoyed it, nice deep movie, I immeresed into it easily, and had some nice meaty questions once I was done! Gave me something worth while to think about and i enjoyed it throughly! 

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8 out of 10

 

8 out of 10

 

10 out of 10

 

I really wanted to dislike Gravity but liked it in the end. I have not seen a better movie candidate for a video game in 20 years. Looks hard to make a physics engine though?


Edited by Redcarmoose - 1/23/14 at 10:04pm
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Reading this review is like watching my teenaged Nephew after he's run out of his ADHD medication.The funniest part of this is the fact that it somehow got an extra .2 on your 3/10, which honestly I can't imagine what your numerical score even means based on this review. But seriously, thumbs up. Anyone that ends a review with "I WANNA CRY" is legit in my book. Movie looked like total crap in the trailer, anyway.

Actually those 3.2 goes to gun porn, action and jokes that were shown in this pisshole
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Oh gawd I just started the Untouchables... has to be one of my favorite Movie intro's ever... this is going to be a good movie me thinks! Well minus the sub titles, I don't mind them but I like to watch movies as I do home work, dual screens ftw, how ever subtitles do hinder my ability to work and enjoy a movie...

 

Still this is starting out to be a very good movie so I think I'll b ok

 

Untouchables 10\10 one of the best movies I've seen this year, I do like these kinds of movies. 

 

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I do feel bad for Driss with Mage... had something similar happen to me. And it does suck pretty bad xD 

Edited by Mshenay - 1/24/14 at 10:28am
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 This was on thump yesterday for all of you that missed it!

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 This was on thump yesterday for all of you that missed it!

... eww you tube any one actual stream that in Lossless quality q.q. I'm enjoying it thus far but... wishing I could hear it at it's very best... not through the crummy compressed lense of youTube 

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Just watched 

 

 

solid 8/10

 

Nice story, enjoyed the pace. Breasts are always a +1 when they are relivent and thoughtfully placed ;3 Good ending, wish it ended sooner though, 

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Would have liked it to end, right as he told his grand son to test out the bravery watch. For me that would have been a pretty powerful ending, a nice positive one
 
how ever the extra few scenes after that where nice, 

Lymelife 8/10

 

 

Nice movie, the plot wasn't anything special. Typical coming to age yada yada, I did really like the ending!

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My favorite way to end a movie... with well a SHARP climax and a question, OH but it's SO Cliche, honestly I was almost hoping Charlie was going to well kill him self in front of his wife, maybe the ringing got to intense for him and well he spilts... but instead of the movie ending with a happy go lucky tune and the obvious death of some one important, we get the idea that maybe Charlie kills mick... which was... I guess almost a let down after the tension they built. Killing Mick was an obvious  possibility... glad it was the last one I suppose, I had a good 2 mins of thinking OH MAN, he might kill the KID... his daughter! ... Hoping it would end on a horrible note... or at the very LEAST have Mick well disposed in front of the bus... imo the best movies should end with about half the crowd wanting to send Death Letters to the Director! 
 
 

Edited by Mshenay - 1/25/14 at 11:47am
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The Legend of Hercules: 8/10
The story is excellent, and so is the acting. but way too much editing errors. For example, during a fight scene in a battle arena, the crowd literally looked like something you would see in a football (soccer) game on Ps2.
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Inside Llewyn Davis 9/10

 

 

Inside Llewyn Davis is a melancholic film about a melancholic, shot by melancholics. Some reviewers found that Llewyn was an unlikeable character. I think that the Coens completely sympathize to Llewyn and probably identify themselves with him. There is something of a cat in Llewyn and every melancholic person because of independence and lack of cooperation. Llewyn inherently doesn't believe that his poetry can be understood and appreciated by people. Through Llewyn's fails the Coens expressed their credo that a serious artist/poet/bard is a loner and doesn't really belong to this pragmatic world.


Edited by mutabor - 1/26/14 at 2:55am
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Amour 7/10

 

Frantically paced movie hardly a second to breathe. Thankfully the director put in scenes of 60 seconds of non relevant paintings, or nice textured floors or writing of letters in real time etc. Everything happen in real time hyper realism.

 

I find it humour that on the dvd cover it say the movie is 90 minutes but it drag on for 120 minutes. But seriously the acting is spot on and it´s very realistic regarding the whole affair.

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Lady Chatterly (1993): 7/10

 

It's a bit overwrought, ham-fisted, and messy, and the quality of the acting varies wildly, but this is nonetheless a charmingly colorful and erotic (and slightly sinister) adaptation of a classic novel that bluntly and broadly lays out Lawrence's themes in appealing fashion. That it's chock full of eye-candy (young Sean Bean for one end of the spectrum and young Joely Richardson for the other--the staff in wardrobe deserve some significant credit, as well) helps tremendously.

 

The Return of the Native (1994): 5/10

 

Come for the young Catherine Zeta-Jones--and stay for literally no other compelling reason. (I mean, I guess there's young Clive Owen, as well.) Pretty faces ought to be the icing on the cake--not the only reason for a film's existence. Poor pacing, poor acting, poor adaptive writing, amateurish directing, painfully florid music, and zero technical merits all conspire to sink this one--avoid it, unless you're a devout CZJ admirer. 

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