Last night. Probably again this weekend. And god knows how many more times:
Favorite movie of all time, period. The Disney 16X9 widescreen release is nice, and I don't sweat the Fanning sisters' voices because I've never watched it dubbed anyway. The native Japanese language is the only way to go here.
Enjoyed it, but could have lived without the love triangle storyline.
Saw Orphan last night. Has a nice twist at the end. I would recommend it.
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Saw The Hurt Locker today. I thought it was OK, but it was only the second movie ever that made me physically ill due to the camera movement (and I sat way at the back). My main gripe was the length: way too long with the story it told to be over 2 hours long.
Some of the same characters from "In the thick of it". Very funny, if you can understand what the f*** they are saying.
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Cool little flick...was on this morning, started watching it and wound up watching the whole thing. Keifer Sutherland gives a really odd performance and the rest of the cast is full of real solid actors collecting a paycheck...even Rod Steiger and Martin Sheen. And Vincent Gallo is always fun to watch.
FAILED in so many ways. Imagine Children of Men made by the folks who used to make Jean Claude Van Damme flicks. You would figure...ok...dumbed down good fun, right. But no...this movie is the longest 1 and 1/2 hours of joyless, pointless unexplained crap dressed up in a wowthisissodeep candy shell. Characters appear and vanish only to make you go...pfffff! Who needs em? They even steal the 'if only it hadn't been the day I died...' trick from American Beauty just to piss all over it and bring said character back from an unexplained death TWICE!!!!!!!! The only joy to be had was the virtually unrecognizable cameo from Gerard Depardiueu...
covered in so much make-up you would have figured he got lost on the way to the Dick Tracy set.
Avoid this movie like genital herpes...no, as a matter of fact, genital herpes is more entertaining...**** you Vin Diesel!!!!