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    Saw Hugo. A classic. Scorsese does it again with a family movie, no less.

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    Saw Underworld: Awakening. Worst. Movie. I. Have. Ever. Seen.

    It needs to be destroyed least anyone else waste any of their valuable time seeing this 100% POS.
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    Come out and play!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post


    Real good. The end...SPOILERS






    was a bit of a copout, you have to see it to understand. But really engrossing. Salma Hayek/John Travolta and mostly Benecio Del Toro steal the show. Del Toro is so much fun to watch. Constantly tic'ing and throwing faces. Real good stuff.
    Pretty much agreed with everything you said. I was kind of forced to see this as I was not in the mood but thought it was better than I had expected. The ending wasn't the greatest though, as you said. I also found it hard to like any of the 3 main characters. Not a fan of Lively and the two dudes were kinda meh. Del Toro and Hayek were the reasons to watch the movie. I already knew Benicio (and his hair) would be great, as always, but I was really impressed with Salma Hayek being so good at being bad.
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    Speaking of Benicio, saw The Usual Suspects for the fourth or so time. Great film if a little too much TV-sensibility, but, imo, great still the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NastiMarvasti View Post
    Pretty much agreed with everything you said. I was kind of forced to see this as I was not in the mood but thought it was better than I had expected. The ending wasn't the greatest though, as you said. I also found it hard to like any of the 3 main characters. Not a fan of Lively and the two dudes were kinda meh. Del Toro and Hayek were the reasons to watch the movie. I already knew Benicio (and his hair) would be great, as always, but I was really impressed with Salma Hayek being so good at being bad.
    The kids were archetypes...barely sketched out. They did the job. as usual w/Stone, the experienced actors were given the room...and they took it. The fake beat...spoilers...


    was apparently different from the book ending, the tacked on 'happy ending' was some kind of admission from Stone that he's all growned up and not focused on the negative. I wanted to walk out when the 'true' ending occured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    The kids were archetypes...barely sketched out. They did the job. as usual w/Stone, the experienced actors were given the room...and they took it. The fake beat...spoilers...


    was apparently different from the book ending, the tacked on 'happy ending' was some kind of admission from Stone that he's all growned up and not focused on the negative. I wanted to walk out when the 'true' ending occured.
    I actually thought the (spoilers)...








    part where they all committed suicide was laugh inducing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NastiMarvasti View Post
    I actually thought the (spoilers)...








    part where they all was laugh inducing.
    see, and I thought that was clunky, but still better than the tacked 'happy' ending
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    Alright, I haven't done this in a while.


    Don't Look Now - ****, I had been wanting to see this for so long. It was streaming on Amazon Prime for free and I just about pissed myself. It shows pretty regularly in Best Horror Movie Ever lists and it's been out of print in the US for a while for some reason. Anyway, I liked it a lot. It wasn't what I was expecting at all, and it's the kind of movie where you're WTF'ing the whole time and after it was over I wanted to watch it again. Like a lot of Nicolas Roeg's movies, it doesn't explain everything for you and leaves a lot open to interpretation. Best Horror Film ever? Not a chance. Great? Yeah, ok. The climax was fantastic.



    Cropsey - A documentary about a bunch of missing children and the search for who might have been responsible, all centered around a creepy, abandoned mental institution. Not a bad film, but not a great one, either. Some decent atmosphere and an interesting story, but it was really obvious the people making it were fairly new at doing so. The creepiest thing in the film, BY FAR, was the parts of the real expose done on the hospital while it was in in business done by none other than local news reporter Geraldo Rivera. That **** was TRULY chilling. There's a documentary that's been made about the actual hospital that I wouldn't mind checking out at all after seeing this.



    Mean Girls - So Boobytrap and I have been watching 30 Rock and DVD and we're both kind of head over heels in love with Tina Fey now, so when we saw this was also streaming for free on Amazon Prime, we decided to give it a shot. It's actually pretty funny. I don't care if I never see it again, but it wasn't bad.



    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Yeah, for some reason BoobyTrap and I started watching the second one on cable one day and I got this flood of nostalgia as I remembered every single line and scene in the movie, something I thought I had long forgotten. And I was reading up on who did the various voices on IMDB and some review I saw said that the first movie was a lot better and was really "dark". Than I saw that Sam Rockwell was in it, and I decided I wanted to see it again. It sucks really bad. It isn't funny and it's really poorly done. But, man, I used to love it so much when I was a kid. It was weird seeing all this stuff I had forgotten but seeing it I remembered it all. Sam Rockwell was only in it a little, but that's better than not at all.





    Pootie Tang - Louis CK wrote and directed this?! It had some funny parts, but was mostly uneven and just ok. I guess the studio removed CK and his editor from the editing room and didn't let them have final cut of the film, so I'll let it slide.



    Resident Evil: Afterlife - Meh. Not even sure why I bothered exactly. I guess just to see Milla Jovovich be all bad ass. Movie still sucked, though.



    Tyrannosaur - Impressive as ****. The guy I know best for playing Swanney in Trainspotting and the girl I only know as the dumb female cop in Hot Fuzz both turn in incredible performances. I mean... damn. This one will stick with you. ****ing loved it.



    OSS 117: Cairo, Nest Of Spies - Pretty funny James Bond type spoof, starring the actor and actress from The Artist. Looking forward to watching the sequel sometime soon. Recommended.



    Kung Fu Panda 2 - I liked the first one better. Fun, but not really anything spectacular, I thought. Boobytrap liked this one better than the first, though.



    Due Date - Not bad. Had some good funny parts. ZG's schtick is getting a little old, though.



    Chronicles Of Narnia: Voyage Of The Dawn Treader - On one hand, it's kind of sad that they probably won't get to finish making the movies for this whole series. On the other hand, the movies are kind of lame and so I don't really care much.



    Coffy - I still haven't seen too many blaxploitation films, but of the ones I have seen, this is by far my favorite. Got Boobytrap to watch it and she even liked it a lot. ****, who wouldn't?! Lots of great violence and boobs. What's not to like? Pam Grier rules.



    Whatever Happened To Aunt Alice? - Way over the top with some of the acting and the music, but enjoyable. I bet Geraldine Page had a lot of fun filming this.



    Man Hunt - An ok movie about a guy who (sort of) tries to kill Hitler, fails, and ends up on the run from Nazis. Some great cinematography and a really cool climax, but a lot of the film bored me. All the parts with Joan Bennett, especially. She's whiney and her accent is annoying. Definitely not one of Fritz Lang's better films, although I wouldn't say it was bad.
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    Haha! The image for Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice reminds me of Maggot Brain. :D





    Hey Adgy, did you ever watched Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?


    I watched Cropsey and thought it was creepy and interesting, but the doc itself isn't as masterful as it could've been done.

    And Coffy is boobtastic! :D

    I like Fritz Lang, but haven't heard of that movie and from the sound of it that might be a good thing.

    And I STILL haven't watched Don't Look Now!!! One day, Orphy, one day!
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