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post #151 of 16080
Knocked Up- 5/10
Beyond keeping me awake and mildly amused for a couple of hours, I just didn't seem to enjoy it as much as everyone else in the room at the time.

Battle Royale II-Requiem- 4/10, maybe 3/10
I was very happy with Battle Royale and rated that movie at 8-9/10, but this movie just did not seem to have the same entertainment factor. Characters returning from the first movie had different actors portraying them, the new 'Teacher' was portrayed as excessively over the top, the new rules to the Battle Royale Game just flat out sucked, and the general movie seemed to be more an angst-fest where everyone was pissed off at someone/something else and less 40 kids trying to fight to survive to the end.
post #152 of 16080
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Oh yeah, a baby was crying non stop in the theatre. -.5 for that I guess
Next time tell the management and they'll probably make that selfish ass leave. I am so sick of how selfish some people are... if you can't find a babysitter, stay home. It's the same people that think it's ok for them to drive with a cell phone in one hand and a mascara applicator in the other (true story). My daughter begged me to take her with me to see the new "Halloween." about ten minutes in, she started getting freaked out and was making too much noise; normally, she's into horror movies, but she didn't like the fact that it was a child doing the killing. So I did the responsible thing... I walked out, dropped her off at her mother's house, and paid to see the next showing.

This was happening at the concert hall where I work... idiots would come to a classical concert with their one month old baby. The people at the ticket window would do their best to discourage the jerks, but it was always the same answer--"Oh, my baby never cries!" Of course the baby would be crying within the first movement, and at our place, they were told immediately to go home. Eventually, our company got tired of the drama and instituted a no children under six policy. I can't tell you how happy our patrons were.
post #153 of 16080
Catch and Release. 1/2* Boring, not worth the time.
post #154 of 16080
saw

Beowolf - great visuals, decent story 7.5/10

Heartbreak Kid (Ben Stiller flick) - not bad, some funny parts, pretty perverted for a Ben Stiller movie... 7/10
post #155 of 16080
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Catch and Release. 1/2* Boring, not worth the time.
As much as I hated the movie and Jennifer Garner...

Kevin Smith had some really funny moments.
post #156 of 16080
Resident evil - extinction.

Absolute rubbish 1/10.
post #157 of 16080
Mary Poppins (wife was watching it) - good for kids. Dick Van Dykes phony English accent -2 points otherwise 7/10.(I used to live in London)
post #158 of 16080
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Originally Posted by lisnalee View Post
Resident evil - extinction.

Absolute rubbish 1/10.
x2

Absolutely nothing happens. Nothing. At all.

The script couldn't have been more than a double sided A4.



EK
post #159 of 16080
Christmas Vacation-3.5*s My favorite Holiday movie.
post #160 of 16080


Judgement at Nuremburg. A renactment of one of the later Nuremburg Trials. Excellent movie. Very intense dialogue, with very good acting. Its in B&W, but still great in my opinion. A real deep look into Germany 2 years after the War and what brought about Hitler and the Holocaust.

Very good.

9/10
post #161 of 16080
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Christmas Vacation-3.5*s My favorite Holiday movie.

Oh man, I'm gonna have to watch that again...so damn funny. Between that and A Christmas Story, those are my two favorite holiday films

Just watched Sicko last night with my wife. I'm not sure how I feel about it to rate it. On the one hand we do have some serious issues with Healthcare in this country, but on the other hand, Moore's take is obviously severely biased and sensationalistic at times. But sometimes that's what it takes.

A movie like that always gets my wife and I talking about what's really important in our lives and the changes we need to make to help make our lives better as well as the lives of others.
post #162 of 16080
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Oh man, I'm gonna have to watch that again...so damn funny. Between that and A Christmas Story, those are my two favorite holiday films

Just watched Sicko last night with my wife. I'm not sure how I feel about it to rate it. On the one hand we do have some serious issues with Healthcare in this country, but on the other hand, Moore's take is obviously severely biased and sensationalistic at times. But sometimes that's what it takes.

A movie like that always gets my wife and I talking about what's really important in our lives and the changes we need to make to help make our lives better as well as the lives of others.
Ash Wednesday-2 1/2*s Ed Burns always makes a nice little "working man's film." I always love his gritty feel for a segment of our culture that is beyond my personal experience.
post #163 of 16080
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Christmas Vacation-3.5*s My favorite Holiday movie.
Oh man - gonna have to rent that. My kids have never seen it!
Speaking of which:

A Christmas Story - 10/10.

GAD
post #164 of 16080
Night on Earth - 6/10
Great film. The Rome and Helsinki segments were a bit of a let down, but otherwise a very solid piece. Paris and Los Angeles being the best of the bunch.

This film also completed my Jarmusch experience and I've now seen all the man's work (with the exception of that Neil Young doc.). Still my favorite current american director.
post #165 of 16080
Kamikaze Girls (Shimotsuma Monogatari): The Extraordinary Adventures of a Lolita-look Aficionado and a Tough Biker Gang Chick aka the worst friendship ever. Recommended and maybe the wackiest opening 15 minutes of any film I've ever seen. Think Amelie, without the love story, shifted to Japan.

Kamikaze Girls (Shimotsuma Monogatari): A Film by Tetsuya Nakashima, 2004


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