Pretty fun movie if you enjoy Lovecraftian stuff. Would probably have made a better book than movie though.
Enjoyed "Source Code", David Bowie's son, Duncan Jones', second directorial effort, last night on BlueRay.
Arguably more mainstream and accessible to the general audience than "Moon", it combines a "who dunnit" with inter-dimensional/time travel.
The whole cast gets a "job well done". Above average script, imo, with a satisfying ending.
Which guy did you like BT? The BAD, right. He was pretty awesome. I kinda dug the WEIRD guy. The GOOD was a wet tissue. No personality whatsoever. The first 40 minutes or so were epic. I loved the overall look of the film design wise...but the opium den kids who came and went, the history of Korea's independance, the sprawling desert scene that went on...forever. And the whole oh, btw...Finger Chopper. Just unwound the longer it went. Sorry. Glad you liked it though. I really wanted to. And yeah, Julia Stiles has that weird webbed toes/extra digits thing going on, her bulbous forehead/round face/upturned mouth probably don't help.
Um, I think The Weird is my boyfriend, right Adgy? It's the dude with the aviator glasses.
Cool, I dug him. The 'Finger Chopper'.
I think that I might be one of those persons who has watched the second Mad Max a million times, but have never watched the first from beginning to end. :O
Still a disturbing film and give it to Hitch to add black humor with the use of food.
Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.