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The Ladykillers (2004): 8/10

 

Pretty funny movie, definitely Coen brothers dialogue.  Almost makes me want to see the 1955 original.

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^^^"I, Frankenstein" I think Yvonne Strahovski is in that one... for the sake of her awesomeness and Chuck, without ever seeing the movie or planning on it... I give it a 8.4 :D. Id be a great teacher.

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Originally Posted by alv4426 View Post
 

^^^"I, Frankenstein" I think Yvonne Strahovski is in that one... for the sake of her awesomeness and Chuck, without ever seeing the movie or planning on it... I give it a 8.4 :D. Id be a great teacher.

 

Yeah Yvonne Strahovski was the eye-candy of the movie, but seriously, apart from Yvonne and Miranda Otto I guess, every single one of the actor of the movie performs very weakly, including Bill Nighy and Aaron Eckhart.

 

Or perhaps, maybe my expectation was too high as the last Frankenstein movie I watched was Mary Shelley's Frankenstein with Robert DeNiro & Kenneth Branagh. 

post #16054 of 16057

I saw something...

 

ooh yea

 

Gurdians of the Galaxy, 

8.9/10

 

Pretty good acutally, kinda corny. Expected in some parts but you know what. I enjoyed it, a lot :3 

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I, Frankenstein (2014): 1/10

 

Save yourself one and a half hour of your life and don't watch this. Except, if you want to know how a movie with a script written by a high school student produced with hollywood budget, this is a movie for you. I mean, seriously, I've watched a plethora of low-budget movies that are much better written than this one.


....................and yet, it still manages to best Sin City II

post #16056 of 16057
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World - 10/10
This movie did everything for me, I loved the soundtrack and the songs were super addicting, I just finished watching it again and it was amazing. Everything in this movie is done right, with little details coming into play making the movie feel authentic and the characters impossible to hate. I actually bought the soundtrack in vinyl and a vinyl player itself - the Uturn Orbit, just because this soundtrack pushed me over the ledge to get one. I crack up watching this movie everytime and have yet to get tired of it. Also it gave me a huge slight man crush on Michael Cera, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, both of who I've watched movies I've really enjoyed in like Hardcandy and Juno. I don't feel like a single character felt out of place in the movie and it all seemed just perfect. I've been inviting friends over for the sole reason to show them this movie and they all really enjoy it. Sorry this review was short and out of place and definitely didn't do the film justice but it is 02:18 and I am *very* tired.
Edited by gopanthersgo1 - Yesterday at 12:20 am
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"2 Guns" [6.4/10] : I had this film on my DVR for a couple of weeks. It was an OK movie to watch on a Saturday night when nothing interesting was on TV. It struck me as the standard buddy movie with some convoluted plot twists to make it feel different. It didn't really work for me. The actors were on auto-pilot. A forgettable movie all the way around...

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