Strange Wildernessa film about a crew of people that are in danger of having their sow canceled. The film is filled with cheap humor, which is mostly stupid. I think the writers could have done something better, to make this more enjoyable.
The Godfather Part III - Everyone's least favorite Godfather movie. Sure, it doesn't have any of the elements that made the first two parts so terrific and fantabulous, but, the progression in the story and the cheer genius of Pacino's acting make this a great movie, in my mind, nonetheless.
Flowers in the Attic- a film from 1987 based on the bestselling book by V.C. Andrews. Now first things first, I never read the book, but the story sounded interesting thats why I wanted to check it out. The film is filled with mostly bad acting but, other than that it was pretty interesting. I like the background music in most parts of the film. I don't know, maybe if I read the book I would enjoy it a lot more, but overall the film wasn't horrible.
Just watched 30 Days of Night for the first time. Usually I enjoy these kind of movies but this one was a bit odd. Really there was no plot or anything other then the 30 Days of Night and these vampire things killing everyone in the town. Ending was kinda lame as well...
A small-time rancher agrees to hold a captured prisoner, Ben Wade a notorious outlaw, until they reach the train to Yuma. I've been meaning to see this for a while because I heard such great things, plus I'm a big fan of Russell Crowe and Christian Bale, so I finally did and was thoroughly impressed. I'm not a western fan but this movie really draws you in and keeps you entertained throughout. It contains your typical Good guys and Bad guys and everyone in between. The interaction between Crowe and Bale was simply put incredible. Crowe played the smooth talking bad ass role perfectly and with very little ease, while Bale gives a real captivating performance as an average man struggling to do what is right while faced with overwhelming obstacles. Also Ben Foster who plays Charlie Prince plays his role brilliantly and alot of the times he steals the scene. There were some wtf moments and logic/plot holes here and there, but you can easily look past them and see the film as a whole. A updated modern western with plenty of action while at the same time not abandoning the all important character development.
Location: highway jammed with broken heroes on a last chance power drive
Re: Rate & Mini-Summarize the Last Movie You Saw
Batman Begins - 10/10
The title pretty much gives it away and i'm sure most of you have seen this anyways but the fact this movie made the fucking Scarecrow (of all villains) a bad ass pretty much automatically makes this the best Superhero movie ever. Or in the least in contention. Can't wait till Dark Knight.
McDreamy, I would give Batman Begins a 10 out of 10 as well but Katie Holmes alone made me drop it at least two points. Now I don't like her very much to begin with but she was worse than usual in this movie. I was hoping Scarecrow would kill her and put her out of my misery. Damn wishful thinking.
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