Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Hybrid Soldier, Jun 29, 2003.
<--, Who Lives At Home - 9/10
Heartfelt, and really funny. It left me feeling warm inside.
Until the light takes us 9/10: Absolutely superb documentary on early black metal and the Norwegian church burnings. This didn't really make me like the music or anything like that, but it gave me a whole new respect for the guys in the bands. I'm mean the intelligence of they have is massively underrated. They're modern day philosophers. Except for the guy doing interpretive dance to black metal. That was just weird.
Snow White and the Huntsman (7.5)8/10. It was actually quite good. I thought Kristen Stewart would totally make it TERRIBLE, but she actually made a decent job. Sure, her eyes were mostly dead, but she actually SMILED O_O But yeah, it was good! Besides her - AWESOME
Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder- 7.5/10
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter- 3/10
Casa De Mi Padre - it was very dumb and very funny. potato/10
Jarhead 9/10: not my first time watching it but it doesn't really get old.
Tower Heist - 6/10
There wasn't any real laughs until about halfway through the movie. The sad part is, this may be Eddie Murphy's last funny movie he will be in for a long long time.
Monster Inc. - 7/10. Mike Waszowski.
Star Trek (2009) - 9/10
A great film. The only thing that really annoyed me was the overuse of the lens flare throughout the movie.
You can never have enough lens flare
In the theater: 21 Jump Street
Jonah Hill is always funny.
At home: Bridesmaids
Not my first time watching and definitely not my last. It always gets me laughing.
WHO ARE YOU?!
Everything must go 7/10: good movie but I was told it was a comedy and there was only 1 or 2 funny moments.
This is actually one of my favorites from Will Ferrell.
I did like seeing a different side of Will Ferrell.
Ted - 7.5/10
Pretty much nailed it. There's so much comedic variety in here. There's something for everyone. So funny.
I was surprised that my theater was packed full at 9:30 tonight, but I came home to see that it's on pace to open in the top 10 all-time for rated R movies at ~$55 million. It could even beat out Prometheus and Watchmen!
Piranhaconda 20/10: probably the greatest movie about piranha/anaconda hybrid ever made
"Catch this you ugly bitch!"
Watched with LPA members on LPA Movie Night via JOE
Just saw The Amazing Spider-Man, and I loved it. And I normally cannot stand superhero movies. 8/10
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