The score for Bellend Man made Mike's score look lame.
What are you guys talking about? Where can I watch this shit?
Watched The Mechanic earlier. Great film 8/10.
But in the end we were meant to be apart, like separate chambers of the human heart...
"The best lyrics are the ones that describe those emotions in ways you always wanted to say but could never find the words." - Mike Shinoda
Formerly known as Epiksha.
Flash Point - 7/10
Really sweet action. The last 30 or so minutes was sick.
We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) - 3/5
Compelling performance from Tilda Swinton but the movie fails on not having any real resolution.
Ong-Bak - 8/10
One of the best martial arts films I've seen.
God Bless America: 7/10
Any movie about killing about stupid American TV personalities sounds like a fun time...
It kinda is...just kinda. It makes a really good point (repeatedly) about our society being filled with rude, judgmental, and ungrateful people, but it only slightly touches on the surface that the protagonists are both kinda stupid also.
Come to think of it...I'm not sure it actually does notice that
Cobain: about a son 2/10: it was a bunch of interviews over some stock footage. An hour 40 of it. At least I assume as I fell asleep. A monkey could have made that movie.
We're all a little weird and life is a little weird, and when we find someone who's weirdness is compatible with ours we fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
Taken in light of Taken 2 coming out.
The Incredible Melting Man
In the land of TH3 bliind, the one eyed troll is King ♏ ⊙◡⊛
The LPA has a wiki
District B13 - 7.5/10
Really awesome action movie. Parkour mixed with fighting. The story is decent, too. I didn't know there were any French movies like this really.
Edit: And apparently the lead actor invented parkour! lol. That's nuts. I can believe it, though.
And he looks almost exactly like Ted Mosby from How I Met Your Mother. It's amazing.
Last edited by travz21; 06-24-2012 at 10:26 AM.
Yeah David Belle the founder of parkours the main character in the district 13 films and he also choreographed the parkour scenes in the prince of persia film, ive got a few friends who i train parkour with that went to france and trained with him
Wait, how could that be? Parkour's history begins in France during the First World War with Georges Hébert.
Well to be honest, David Belle himself said he learnt the training and way of life from his dad I believe so I used the words 'founded parkour' very lightly, in my head it's synonymous with David Belle made parkour mainstream along with co-founder Sébastien Foucan (the guy that does Parkour at the start of Casino Royale I believe).
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