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Due Date 6+
mwah, not much to say about that one, just a nice lough
Due Date was ok the only funny part was the fat guy/tiger. Other then that meh. Not re-watchable.
I saw Due Date last night, too (free movies in the Union FTW!). I thought that it was pretty funny, my favorite moment was when they were drinking the coffee at Jamie Foxx's house.
I would agree, not a movie I'd need to watch again, though.
"The Wolfman" [7.0/10]: Hey, it wasn't great but I saw it on HBO and it was entertaining to watch on television on a Saturday night. I'm glad that I didn't spend the money or the time to see it in the theater.
I had a good laugh when they got beat up by the guy in the wheelchair
Avatar - 6/10
It's all about special effects, that's all there is.
My fave part was the "I'm allergic to waffles." For some reason, that cracked my kit up. Eh, other than at a pretty paint by numbers affair. A lot of the jokes - the head shots for example -- have already been used in Galinfianakis' youtube skits, which I've absorbed already greedily.
Coco Before Chanel was a standard period peice. Queue the meditative piano and smooth strings. Don't forget the slow pans over glorious countryside estates. I swear I could direct one some day. It was good for what it was, and the formation of a fashion icon, is of course interesting. 6/10
Also I watched the first season of Lost. Don't know why I never got around to the show. It was pretty damn good of course. Some of the stuff was a little hammy and broad, which is why I rarely watch scripted broadcast television. 7/10
Black Swan - 8 / 10 Liked it a lot. Great acting by Portman and some great scenes. Liked the Wrestler better though.
Charlie Chaplin's The Kid - 9/10
Au Revoir Les Enfants - 9.25/10
Night and Fog - 8.75/10
Some photos from the shooting of the film adaptation for Jack Kerouac's On the Road
The Thing (1982)- 9/10
Excellent Sci-Fi horror with amazing special effects for it's time. Kurt Russell played an excellent lead role and the ending was pretty unique
the fighter 8/10 - a solid movie all around. an especially excellent performance from christian bale.
Glen or Glenda. 5.5/10. This is a train wreck without any fatalities, without any overturned cars, and without any spilt cargo. It's not boring, but it's not quite up to the standards of other quality Wood productions. I did, however, particularly enjoy the scenes with Lugosi.
Once Upon A Time In Mexico - 7.5/10
Entertaining, over-the-top etc, but not an amazing plot or character development.