I agree. Some people say Foxx's best performance is in Ray but I think it's in Collateral.
Agreed. Ray was great film and a real treat for fans of his music. But as a film I enjoyed Collateral as a whole more. There's really nothing wrong with it, both characters played off each other fantastically.
A teenager makes a pact with the devil to save his dad from cancer. Some 20 years later he becomes the Ghost Rider to fight some evil that is worse than the devil himself. I thought the movie was OK at best.
A micro-budget horror film so obscure that you can find next to no information about it on the internet, including no IMDB page. It may be one of the most unintentionally hilarious films of all time. All around terrible acting with an extremely contrived script and wooden delivery. Crappy camerawork and cheap special effects too.
Some guy has hallucinations about people who died in a fire from his childhood home, so he goes back to the neighborhood to try and relieve the strain. The hallucinations get worse, but it turns out they are real. His cousin stays to help him but gets killed by some guy who has something to do with witchcraft or something. Then the first guy kills that guy, and the protaginist gets some girl or something. You aren't going to see it so don't worry about it really.
Actual movie rating: 1.5/10 Craptastic factor: 8/10
Story,An undercover cop infiltrates an underworld subculture of Los Angeles street racers looking to bust a hijacking ring, and soon begins to question his loyalties when his new street racing friends become the prime suspects.
Acting - was okay
overall- the racing is awesome , but all the other stuff was just okay8/10
Stroy- a guy with a mullet and a bunch of 80's band shirts goes on a search ofr his family.
Acting- it's decent.
Overall- well it had kid rock so that counts, and was funny.8/10
San francisco 49ers- San Francisco Giants-Sacramento Kings
Demolition Man- a film about a cop and a bad guy who are frozen for 35 years, and then come back to battle each other. Starring Sylvester Stallone (Rambo), Wesley Snipes (Blade), and Sandra Bullock (Premonition). This film is silly mostly throughout, but still enjoyable. Wesley Snipes is a funny ass bad guy. And you gotta love Sandra Bullock as the innocent girl of the future, who keeps getting famous punchlines wrong. Enjoyable enough for a rent.
This is the documentary that followed Metallica's recording of St. Anger. It starts shortly after Jason Newsted's departure from the band and covers the time that involved James' stint in rehab, MTV Icon, "band therapy," and finding a new bassist. I have heard some say that this movie explains why St. Anger is so bad. I thought it was ok. It was slow at times but it was an interesting inside look at the band.