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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #465 on: 04-02-2010, 19:02:17 »
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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #466 on: 04-02-2010, 21:02:54 »
You've got to come at avatar from a film perspective. The man has put so much of his life into this project, he waited to make it because he thought the computers 5 years ago couldn't do what he wanted them to. You also have to watch it for the sheer effort, how they did motion capture for it 3 years ago! James cameron is an ass of a guy, he makes people do so much for his movies, but that's why you watch them. Let's take the movie The Abyss, also by James Cameron. As a movie, it's alright, not great not awful. But the fact that in order to film it, James Cameron made the actors stay underwater for 12 hours a day to film it and they got so sick from it they said theyd never work with the man ever again. This is why you watch Avatar, for the sheer weight behind it. At least if you are a studier of film.....

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #467 on: 06-02-2010, 13:02:35 »
Enemy at the Gates

 Hollywood and the battle of Stalingrad. Not the best combination, still entertaining. Jude Law as the protagonist sniper of the Soviet Army. Who becomes an icon and role model for the Soviet people thanks to the propaganda papers.

A good reason for the Wehrmacht to send in their top man. Played by no less then Badass Harris (his real name).

As I said, Hollywood and the battle of Stalingrad. Not less, not more.

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #468 on: 06-02-2010, 22:02:16 »
Enemy at the Gates

 Hollywood and the battle of Stalingrad. Not the best combination, still entertaining. Jude Law as the protagonist sniper of the Soviet Army. Who becomes an icon and role model for the Soviet people thanks to the propaganda papers.

A good reason for the Wehrmacht to send in their top man. Played by no less then Badass Harris (his real name).

As I said, Hollywood and the battle of Stalingrad. Not less, not more.

All based on a real story, the endings abit different to how it played out in reality though :P

Passchendaele

I'm really confused by this film. Not that its a complicated story line or anything, I just couldn't decide if I love it or Hate it :(


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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #469 on: 06-02-2010, 22:02:52 »
anyone seen Sherlock Holmes yet? heard really good things about it, and guy ritchie is amazing.

Thinking of watching it tonight.
I see were you are trying to reach: "how can a 17 year old kid have such a thinking like this? why doesnt he wants to be like normal teens who whana get rich? and his plan actually makes sense, but is too damn revolutionary and good at the same time than is still doubthfull if it works..." - Damaso

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #470 on: 06-02-2010, 22:02:24 »
anyone seen Sherlock Holmes yet? heard really good things about it, and guy ritchie is amazing.

Thinking of watching it tonight.
my brother saw it, he said it was good, and well worth watching.

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #471 on: 07-02-2010, 00:02:51 »
Enemy at the Gates

 Hollywood and the battle of Stalingrad. Not the best combination, still entertaining. Jude Law as the protagonist sniper of the Soviet Army. Who becomes an icon and role model for the Soviet people thanks to the propaganda papers.

A good reason for the Wehrmacht to send in their top man. Played by no less then Badass Harris (his real name).

As I said, Hollywood and the battle of Stalingrad. Not less, not more.

I think the "action scenes" with their cat and mouse theme are quite unique in modern war movies and very entertaining.

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #472 on: 07-02-2010, 00:02:37 »
Sherlock Holmes.

A lot better than I imagined it to be... best Guy Ritchie movie since Snatch?

I expected it to be as crap as VAN HELSING or such, I enjoyed it ok... looks like they will make a sequal too (Im sure)
7/10

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #473 on: 07-02-2010, 08:02:59 »
Maverick 7.5/10

A fun, light hearted western with a great twist at the end. Not a great movie, but an entertaining one that will keep you smiling all the way through it.

Moon 8.5/10

Intense, good, entertaining. I wish they had focused more on the psychological aspect of it, but hey, you get what you get. Saw it with my parents, so I had to mark it up by 0.5 cause they invariably make the experience worse, and it'll be better for you guys. (for instance, asking me to explain things that were obvious plot mysteries, and then both of them staring at me questioningly for ten seconds when I didn't tell them the ending to a movie I had never seen before.)

The Hurt Locker 9/10

Extremely intense, though once again, I had to mark it up 0.5 because of my parents (characters explain why they are alone, 10 seconds later mom asks why nobody else is there with them, then proceeds to have conversation with dog)

I don't know what rawhide was smoking, I thought it was a great movie. Very refreshing to see a character based war movie, as opposed to plot based (or a character based movie in general).
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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #474 on: 07-02-2010, 09:02:41 »
Sherlock Holmes.
I expected it to be as crap as VAN HELSING or such, I enjoyed it ok... looks like they will make a sequal too (Im sure)
7/10

I'd give it a 8/10 as well. At least they stayed true ti Sherlock and his habits. (Big fan of the books here)
And a part 2 vs Prof. Moriaty just has to come! I love Robert Downey jr. (Ionman FTW) :D


Maverick 7.5/10
A fun, light hearted western with a great twist at the end. Not a great movie, but an entertaining one that will keep you smiling all the way through it.

One of my favourite poker movies. A tad old, but very entertaining. :)

Moon 8.5/10
Intense, good, entertaining. I wish they had focused more on the psychological aspect of it, but hey, you get what you get. Saw it with my parents, so I had to mark it up by 0.5 cause they invariably make the experience worse, and it'll be better for you guys. (for instance, asking me to explain things that were obvious plot mysteries, and then both of them staring at me questioningly for ten seconds when I didn't tell them the ending to a movie I had never seen before.)

Moon is an interesting movie and very depressing if you think about the main character's outset. I'd give it 8/10 as well.
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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #475 on: 14-02-2010, 03:02:22 »
Team America - World Police
Has got to be the best satire I have ever seen. Matt Stone and Trey Park are just geniouses, such intelligent and well-thought satire (often disguised in not-so-sophisticated vocabulary). I love everything with this movie, from the great songs "America - Fuck Yeah!" and "What would you do?", to the sex scene, to Kim Jong Il.

The movie is made with so much humour, something as simple as the fact that the strings connected to the characters are clearly visible, as well as the focus on america (All places are described as "X miles from America". And it's pretty awesome when Kims "panthers" are sent in = 2 adorable pussycats.

I could ramble great bits from the movie for hours, so I will stop here.

Incredible satire, great humour.

10/10      (possible 9/10, could maybe have been a teeny bit longer)
I see were you are trying to reach: "how can a 17 year old kid have such a thinking like this? why doesnt he wants to be like normal teens who whana get rich? and his plan actually makes sense, but is too damn revolutionary and good at the same time than is still doubthfull if it works..." - Damaso

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #476 on: 15-02-2010, 11:02:35 »
Oh, Ted. We do share many interests, TAWP is one of my favorite comedies, it's one of those movie I at least see one time per year.

Anyhow!

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #477 on: 15-02-2010, 13:02:48 »
A fist full of dollars was on last week. Man Clint Eastwood is the man:). First movie i enjoyed since 2 years, seen it before but it shuts down my brains.
I'm taking my own freedom
puttin' it in my song
singing loud and strong
proving all day long
I'm takin' my freedom
puttin' it in my stroll
I'll be hop-steppin' y'all
lettin' the joy unfold

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #478 on: 16-02-2010, 06:02:52 »
A fistful of Dollars, For a few dollars more, and The Good, The Bad, and the ugly are all on youtube :O

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Re: Review the latest movie you have seen
« Reply #479 on: 16-02-2010, 08:02:47 »
The Wolf Man.

It is a great attempt to bring those ol' good days of black and white movies of monsters; the movie from start to end was awesome as hell. Good effects, plenty of wolf ripping man and woman to shreads, of course expected ending and a nice twist at the end. I highly recommend it.

But it gets short in one thing; I dont know why, but for me the most badass werewolf in existence its the one in Van Helsing in the final battle between himself and Dracula, he looks mean and he is a walking nuclear weapon and its the kind of look I like in a werewolf; more wolf than man and actually a lot more bigger so I like that version more.

Still it is a great movie.

4/5