Been wanting to see Wasabi for a while. Good?Originally Posted by BoobyTrap
i've seen it a couple of times. i like it...which is why i bought it this afternoon. it's partly a comedy so don't go expecting something as intense as the professional. it's got ryoko hirosue in it (which is why my friend made me watch the movie in the first place) and jean reno is AWESOME.Originally Posted by adgy
when you watch it, let me know what you think of it.
Last edited by BoobyTrap; March 31st, 2006 at 05:38 PM.
i just saw inside man yesterday. great flick! very well written and directed. clive owen is the man! he should be the new james bond but dan craig will be alright i think
i highly recommend inside man
Roger and Me - Michael Moore's documentary about GM moving it's assembly plants out of Flynt Michigan
that was the first michael moore video i saw...and then our teacher showed us "Pets or Meat: Return to Flint".....those poor bunnies.Originally Posted by MadDog20/20
I also watched this. Jack black was ok, but I think they could have done better. One complaint was the whole "ice scene". I thought it brought the movie to a grinding hault, and should have been cut out.Originally Posted by King of NY
I got a good laugh because a lot of people in my class didn't know the bunny scene was coming, their reactions were classic.Originally Posted by BoobyTrap
I just finished watching Crash on Showtime. I don't know why people thought this movie was such a big deal. For anyone who hasn't seen it, let me sum it up for you... everyone is a walking stereotype, everyone is racist, politicians buy votes and create PR spins and LAPD is corrupt. I think I rolled my eyes through half the movie.
Instead of preying on people's anger and/or ignorance, I'd like to see anyone show just a little bit of imagination or originality when it comes to movie making. How about substance instead of shock value? Just a thought.
A Tale of Two Sisters (on the Sundance Channel in about an hour) better live up to the hype, Adgy.