Last movie you saw? Created 10 years ago2009-09-07 16:21:32 UTC by Saribous Saribous

Created 10 years ago2009-09-07 16:21:32 UTC by Saribous Saribous

Posted 10 years ago2009-10-29 16:25:44 UTC Post #274943
Watched all four Alien movies and Aliens vs Predator - Requiem.

Frick'n awesome stuff.
7/10 - Alien
9/10 - Aliens
6/10 - Alien3
7.5/10 - Alien: Resurrection
8/10 - Aliens vs Predator - Requiem
Jessie JessieLadytype
Posted 10 years ago2009-10-29 16:35:01 UTC Post #274944
^ Great stuff
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 03:32:53 UTC Post #275612
Bump.

Just finished the Mad Max trilogy on AMC.
It was the first time I'd seen the first and third, and the second time I'd seen the second.

Mad Max: Badass with a stronger plot than...
Mad Max 2: Badass classic with cool atmosphere but completely noncanonical to the first. Certainly better than...
Mad Max 3: Fucking horrible.
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 03:36:55 UTC Post #275613
@Darkie, AVP2 is a horrible movie. 2/10.

Last movie I saw was Astro Boy. Surprisingly good.
Penguinboy PenguinboyHaha, I died again!
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 04:18:35 UTC Post #275614
World Crafter, you have the exact same opinion about that trilogy as I do.
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 06:40:24 UTC Post #275616
An American Werewolf in London, for the first time in years.

Still love it. The transformation scene is still impressive and disturbing.
Strider StriderTuned to a dead channel.
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 10:15:04 UTC Post #275619
I remember An American Werewolf in London, I think it came out sometime in the early 1980's, great film. Now, have you seen the trailers to the new, upcoming "The Wolfman" movie starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins? They have some funky transformation scenes that are really great! If you have not done so yet, try to watch both trailers #1 and #2 since they have different transformation scenes of the movie: http://www.apple.com/trailers/universal/thewolfman/
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 13:48:24 UTC Post #275627
Saw Ocean's 11 last night.

Still a fucking awesome movie.
Luke LukeLuke
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 19:40:59 UTC Post #275648
The remake, I assume?

I saw The Island. Heh, silly film.
Seventh-Monkey Seventh-MonkeyPretty nifty
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-14 20:11:52 UTC Post #275650
I have to agree with Rimrook's take on 9, I think it's Tim Burton's finest work yet. Now, since we're on the subject of animation, I have to ask this: As anybody here has seen a recently released Japanese animated movie called "Ponyo"? I am just curious to know if it's good or not.
OOH.. i wanna see that too! Disney released it, so it's probably here in the states as well.

It's got the little brat that voiced chihiro (from spirited away) as the voice of ponyo
Now, have you seen the trailers to the new, upcoming "The Wolfman" movie starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins?
I thought that was going to be another 'teen wolf'
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-15 05:39:36 UTC Post #275669
AVP2 is a horrible movie. 2/10.
Tastes differ.
Jessie JessieLadytype
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-16 03:22:17 UTC Post #275717
This weekend I saw:
  • Zombieland
  • 9
  • L?t Den R?tte Komma In
  • Pan's Labyrinth
All of them are good movies, though I must say I expected a bit more from Zombieland. The ending was so anticlimactic.
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-18 00:17:23 UTC Post #275805
Just saw The Boat that Rocked.

5/10

I probably would have enjoyed it a hell of a lot more if the previews weren't so damn misleading.
This is a completely plotless movie. There's a premise, but absolutely no story is told and it's fucking long at 2 hours and 15 minutes.

It's more of a slice-of-life movie, and I feel it would have fared much better as a short TV series. Also, the entire movie would have been ten times better if they left out the British government all together, because it had absolutely nothing to do with the boat.

Funny, just not what I expected.

Edit: and most of the characters were unforgivably flat.
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-20 01:18:43 UTC Post #275878
Inglorious Basterds: IT'S SO GOOD.
Luke LukeLuke
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-20 10:25:11 UTC Post #275882
Kung Fu Hustle
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
Posted 10 years ago2009-11-20 13:33:41 UTC Post #275885
Kung Fu Hustle was great :D
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-20 22:04:32 UTC Post #275894
^ Yes, it's one of my favourite films.

New Moon - I like it, it's better than Twilight, so if you thought Twilight was OK you should see New Moon, IMO.
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Posted 9 years ago2009-11-20 23:11:06 UTC Post #275895
potatis, you realise you've just admitted to being a 15 year old girl, right?
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-20 23:53:43 UTC Post #275896
Oh shut up.
Oskar Potatis Oskar Potatish̲͚̤̿͑̔̒̃̉̓ȋ͂͋̉̿̎͋̈́͏͚͖͇̭̩͓͔͝
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 00:16:25 UTC Post #275898
I have to see New Moon tomorrow and I don't think Twilight was all that bad. You got something to say Huntey, you can just choke on my throbbing man bulge.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 01:25:42 UTC Post #275899
I saw Twilight, and it pretty much sucked. It's a step up from the book, which, from what I've seen on the Internet and various reviews, is a steaming pile of horse shit. But its still a pretty bad film, as are all teen romance films, or for that matter, teen films in general.
38_98 38_98Singin' the doom song
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 03:33:28 UTC Post #275900
mm mm! because movies about a pale vampire who wants to be a moral citizen is such a turn on
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 05:26:36 UTC Post #275901
@38_98 only girls like that movie, i never saw it because im not some 13-18 year old girl wanting to be with some 20-24 year old man. not saying you are. just most people in general who go to it are.

Movies I have watched in the last month:
*UP (Great Disney movie i thought)
*Charlies angles-1 and 2
*Austin powers - Goldmember (cant find the first two! but i like them all)
*City of Ember (i hated it, book is better)
*Cloudy with a chance of meat balls (loved the book as a kid, i liked Steve!)
*Beverly hills cop III (again, cant find the first two, but i have seen them, and they are all great)

that is about all!
brendanmint brendanmintBrendan
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 07:34:44 UTC Post #275902
Just saw 2012.
As with most apocalypse movies, the plot was pretty limited (it's an armageddon movie, what else could happen?). But, again the same as most end-of-the-world movies, the gratuitous descruction and special effects made this movie bearably nice.
Overall, around 7 to 8/10

EDIT:
Just saw (most of) Robots on TV.
I must say, this movie wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Still has some of the gimmicks that type of movie always has, but not bad anyway.
7/10.
Jessie JessieLadytype
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 09:47:36 UTC Post #275904
@38_98 only girls like that movie, i never saw it because im not some 13-18 year old girl wanting to be with some 20-24 year old man.
I was forced to watch it on the bus to Canada's Wonderland once.
Gayest Movie ever. Don't beleive me? There was a scene where a guy made out with the neck of a guy who was dying of some fatal disease. (okay, he was turning him into a vampire, but still.)
Only good parts of the movie were when the girl almost got hit by a van (bastard saved her) and when she was mortally wounded (she survived)
Only thing keeping me from going insane during that were the observations my friend was making, which were all true, and all about holes in the plot, bad acting, ect.

The actual park was worth the trip and movie, but still. Gayest. Movie. Ever.
JeffMOD JeffMODCall 141.12
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 15:39:46 UTC Post #275907
Ive never seen it but either way, if she almost got killed two times, and lived threw both, that there is a big mess up, surviving threw one was enough. to un-realistic, well, then again its vampires, but really, that's just way to many times to almost die.
brendanmint brendanmintBrendan
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 16:12:09 UTC Post #275908
Did I forget to mention she has mini-sezuires throughout the movie?
I did forget, didn't I?
JeffMOD JeffMODCall 141.12
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 22:11:16 UTC Post #275911
you guys have got to stop shitting on people for seeing twilight movies. some of us have girlfriends you know.
Trapt Traptlegend
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 22:25:36 UTC Post #275912
It's okay, trapt. It's not your fault your GF thinks gay sex scenes look better than you do.
EDIT: For clarity, it's her fault. How you look has nothing to do with it.
JeffMOD JeffMODCall 141.12
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 22:37:48 UTC Post #275913
"Gay sex scene"? Seriously... they aren't even kissing.
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Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 22:44:32 UTC Post #275914
I agree, I'm pretty sure my girlfriend is dragging me along to the new one next week. Though, my rewards for going with her are:
a.) whatever food she buys me
b.) sex
c.) her eternal gratitude for coming with her
d.) more sex
For the price of going to a movie she's undoubtedly paying to take me to just because she's such a Twilight fanatic? Definitely worth it.
i never saw it because im not some 13-18 year old girl wanting to be with some 20-24 year old man
Right, because your some 13 or under year old boy who could never get a woman since they're all apparently fantasizing about someone that is within a reasonable age range to most those girls and happens to be famous (although ugly as fuck).

As long as my girl never calls me "her Edward" I think I'll be okay with her liking Twilight...
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 22:48:47 UTC Post #275915
Just saw New Moon with the missus. I rather enjoyed it.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-21 23:08:08 UTC Post #275916
@38_98 only girls like that movie, i never saw it because im not some 13-18 year old girl wanting to be with some 20-24 year old man. not saying you are. just most people in general who go to it are.
I saw it because my aunt bought it, and has insisted that I watch it with her. She was ruthless the first time, but after the next 20 viewings she let me off the hook.
38_98 38_98Singin' the doom song
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-22 00:57:35 UTC Post #275917
gay sex scenes? i'm completely lost.

also stop talking shit about me and my girlfriend jeffmod. totally uncool, especially coming from a guy whose balls haven't dropped yet.
Trapt Traptlegend
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 04:49:50 UTC Post #275954
My girlfriend thinks Twilight looks gay, so I guess I won't have to see it ^^

Anywho, I was wondering if someone could recommend a good horror movie? I'm bored shitless here
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 10:30:58 UTC Post #275959
9. It's a really cool movie. Can't imagine how long it took to render.
I also watched Kill Bill and Anger Management.
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 10:52:44 UTC Post #275961
My girlfriend thinks Twilight looks gay, so I guess I won't have to see it ^^

Anywho, I was wondering if someone could recommend a good horror movie? I'm bored shitless here
Sex in the City, "Get Carried Away."
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 12:25:32 UTC Post #275962
Saw VI
Surprisingly good, and i should say i've never been a fan of the franchise, at all....

2012
<cheesy prolonged farting sound>

Even tho i really like John Cusack, this movie was extremely disappointing, especially when the producers try building hype for it with teaser trailers 2 years before the movie ever comes out. If you're gonna do that, the movie better be epic and that, this movie is not. =(

Twilight part deux: New Moon
Even crappier than the book and the book sucked some big dicks. (Pretty much all the books sucked except the first one) The theatre i was in tho was packed with little girls, all pretty much coming in their pants, so, i guess the twilight people know what they're doing... ;)

Funny ironic sidenote: Pretty much the whole Cullen family this time around look substantially older and fatter than from last year, even though they don't eat and aren't supposed to age. Well i thought it was funny, aw fml.. =)
Captain Terror Captain Terrorwhen a man loves a woman
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 14:38:02 UTC Post #275963
I can see the historical people as 2012 approaches...
Now don't get me wrong, I'm religious and as a orthodox I do believe by the signs that the world is near its end, but when something gathers so much hype( or how do you say in modern terms), it's not as good as expected.
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 14:59:33 UTC Post #275964
Are you saying that the end of the world will happen soon, but it won't be as impressive as you thought it would be?
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 15:05:00 UTC Post #275965
I'm saying that all this crap "the end in 2012" is useless. Man will never know exactly how many years ago the Universe began(actually maybe the Universe is in a infinite cycle) and exactly when the end of our world( actually maybe planet) will be.

This film is made for the stupid majority who loose their brain in a crowd...
I saw trailers, but I'm not going to watch the film.
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-23 16:41:58 UTC Post #275966
actually maybe the Universe is in a infinite cycle
We actually have sufficient evidence to say that the universe isn't in an infinite cycle, and that it will continue to expand forever :)

The visual effects in 2012 certainly look impressive. I'd check it out just to see how cool it looks.
Its just a disaster movie :)
Posted 9 years ago2009-11-30 23:42:48 UTC Post #276198
Am I allowed to do this?

Saw Up over my Thanksgiving break.
Man, you know what? The first 10 minutes were incredible like any review will tell you, but it really doesn't deserve all the praise it's getting.

The villian is so forced, I mean he was only a villain so that the movie would have a bad guy. And an army of talking dogs and a gimmicky high-pitched tough-guy dog that can fly planes? I mean there were plenty of clever laughs, but there was also way too much slapstick [and not enough story] after Carl and Russel started pulling the house.
So aside from the great opening, it's a kid's movie through and through.

Still can't find that Russian movie...
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-01 01:33:28 UTC Post #276199
You know, I have to agree with you on that.

I enjoyed Up, like any Pixar movie, but it didn't stand out as much as say Wall-E or The Incredibles. The intro was great, and very sad for a Pixar film, but the rest is a little mediocre in places. The dogs definitely felt like a Dreamworks act to me.

Still, like any Pixar nut, I'm buying it on BluRay.

Last movie I saw was Wes Craven's New Nightmare (A Nightmare on Elm Street 7), god knows why. 1/10 for hilarious serious death scenes.
Strider StriderTuned to a dead channel.
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-01 07:13:52 UTC Post #276202
I saw Kung FU Hustle. 3D rendered scenes are very obvious for a trained eye.
Otherwise, the film was kinda cool.
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-01 09:12:44 UTC Post #276204
Inglourious Basterds here, awesome movie in all respects. If you haven't seen it, do it now!
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-01 10:56:12 UTC Post #276205
Started watching The Green Mile again last night. Man, now that's a good film.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-01 20:40:38 UTC Post #276215
Purely coincidental, but I thought this was sort of interesting.

The main theme of Up bears resemblance to a short piano song from the Elfen Lied soundtrack.
Well I thought they sounded similar, at least.
They're even in the same key.
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-01 22:02:01 UTC Post #276220
Creepy.

They are very similar.
Posted 9 years ago2009-12-02 18:57:38 UTC Post #276257
saw Paranormal Activity.

I'll be totally honest, I don't get scared at films. I never have.

This had moments where I was like ohshitohshitohshit.
Very little of the horror is shown on screen; it's very psychological and MUCH scarier for it.
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
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