Just watched it yesterday, haven't seen it in 16-17 years, it was good but not as good as i remembered, i was gonna watch all 4 before seeing Prometheus next month, but i will probably skip watching the 3rd and 4th movie again.
My friends thought the movie was hilarious. I thought there were some funny parts, but if you've seen the trailers, you've seen the maximum the movie has to offer. Give a couple more scenes funny scenes and some filer and there's the movie. Thought Sacha Baron Cohen did much better with Borat and Bruno. This... This just wasn't it.
A really vulgar movie, but it really makes you question what some people define as a fulfilling life. I mean, aside from all the parties you might attend and all the friends you might have, what might you really want in life? Are you getting it?
That concept is really hammered out in the last ten minutes. I think this is the only movie that actually left me with my mouth open in disbelief. Some crazy shit happens in this movie and there's a real tragedy in seeing how one person can affect so many others.
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I hate the way you cling to ignorance and pass it off as innocence
In terms of putting the change in baseball evaluation into a compelling narrative, it's a nice take. In terms of pretending Billy Bean was alone as an early adopter of advanced statistics, it's just really weird. He just happened to have a book written about him whereas other people didn't. The movie glosses over the rest of baseball.
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I grew up gaming without internet forums. The entire phenomenon of being upset with a game developer makes no sense to me. No sense. I cannot imagine spending my time and energy being upset about something I choose to do for recreation.
I simply love Miyazaki's work. He did an amazing job with the setting for this movie. Brought my back to the Fievel Goes West movies. The characters are so enjoyable and the villain is so natural. I still love Spirited Away more, but this is a great addition to my collection.
I watched “Avengers 2012” in 3D, its my very first 3D experience and I feel glade to see a movie which has packed up with action and visual effects. Avengers movie just step ahead then the present technology. All the characters have given equal roles to play, but the pick for me is “Hulk” he is such a hell of a character.
I just saw Le Planete Sauvage. I'm not a huge fan of anything French, or anything that's supposedly psychedelic, but nevertheless I really enjoyed this film. I did really like the art in it, and I even just appreciated it from a science fiction standpoint. I wished maybe it was longer, but I suppose it all wrapped up nicely at the end.
I don't know... every time someone talked about it they always said how sad it was. I didn't really connect with either of the main characters, and I pretty much guessed what would happen from what the movie was trying to sucker you into. The little girl got on my nerves a lot too.. really bad English dub. To be fair though, it is pretty old. So I gave it some points for that alone.
Bane's poorly-done death scene (A.L.A Deckard Cain), forced kissing between Batman and Selina Kyle (WTF...only 1 minute left before the detonation and you're kissing out of nowhere?) and slightly cheesy one-liners by the latter.
Really enjoyed watching this. I can see why it is a lot of people's favorite out of Miyazaki films now. I love the little forest spirits and their weird little rattling heads. The scenery wasn't the most gorgeous out of Miyazaki's films, but it is an older film.