Here's the game, one person places a movie line other people guess the answer. Once you get confirmation your answer was right, you place a movie line of your own.I'll start off:"That's one fine…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric May 24, 2012.
Here's the game, one person places a movie line other people guess the answer. Once you get confirmation your answer was right, you place a movie line of your own.I'll start off:"That's one fine motherfucking pussy mobile, motherfucker."See More
Does it feel like all R-rated comedies these days seem to be raunchy comedies? Some of you may say "aren't r-rated comedies supposed to raunchy comedies, but it felt like their used to r-rated comedies that weren't raunchy comedies such as My Cousin Vinny, Dazed and Confused, White Men Can't Jump, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, etc. Now don't get me wrong their was a reason movies like this were rated R because they used the word "fuck" in them and there was the occasional sexual reference.…See More
It hasn't gotten as great reviews as Oren Moverman's previous film The Messenger, which got 90% on Rottentomatoes. It's at 74%, which is still better than all the corrupt cop movies that have come out in recent years. Anyways watch the trailer see what you think. See More
So I recently saw A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas and have decided to do a review of it. Now I'm not going to do what some Spillios like to do, which is to reiterate every motherfucking thing the Spill crew said on their recent Audio review because that's not original. However, I will agree with them on the fact that this movie's fucking hilarious. Personally, I liked the…See More
"Dude I despise that film. It is so unbearably Hollywood. It isn't even risky, it is desperate for a reaction. I love Fincher and I think he deserved best director this year for the masterpiece Social Network. This is a film I try to block out…"
Now I've heard a lot of people say a movie shouldn't be longer than an hour and a half. Personally, I disagree with this because some of the hour and a half movies I've seen have felt rushed. I think 2 hours should be the average movie length. However, when a movie goes on to be 2 hours and 20 minutes or longer that's when I think it starts to be a little too long and goes for less repeat viewings. There are some movies that can get away with this though. Scorsese makes them all the time.…See More
I just recently got buzz that Ben Affleck and Matt Damon will be reuniting to work on film based on a Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. For those you who don't know who White Bulger is, he was famous throughout his town for his apparent good deeds to his community when in actuality he was a heartless who committed 19 murders. He was actually the person Jack Nicholson's character was loosely based on in the Scorsese flick, The…See More
American History X
Back to the Future Trilogy
Bad Boys (1983)
Boyz and the Hood
City of God
Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
Dazed and Confused
Evil Dead 1 & 2
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Friday Night Lights
Full Metal Jacket
Gone Baby Gone
Good Will Hunting
Ides of March
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Lord of War
A Nightmare on Elm Street (original)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Reign Over Me
Requiem For A Dream
There's Something About Mary
All Time Worst Movies:
Every SNL movie after Wayne's World, Not Another Teen Movie, Freddy Got Fingered, Transformers 2, Click, The Crow City of Angels, Saw 3 & 4 (haven't seen any Saw movies after 4 and I'll shamefully admit I actually liked the first 2 despite the bad acting and plot holes, Heartbreak Kid
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Edward Norton, Jessie Eisenberg, Jennifer Connolly, Kelly MacDonald, Christian Bale, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr., Denzel Washington
Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Ben Affleck, Francis Ford Coppola
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Dude I despise that film. It is so unbearably Hollywood. It isn't even risky, it is desperate for a reaction. I love Fincher and I think he deserved best director this year for the masterpiece Social Network. This is a film I try to block out of my head. It doesn't stick with me in a chilling way, but I just can't forget how brutal of an experience it was sitting through the catastrophe. The fact people love it so much makes me sad.
I think that the seven deadly sins part of it could have been very philosophical, but the villain didn't look motivated at all. Spacey was more of a screwed up extremist than a person with a strong emotional motivation. Fuck this movie to hell.
The answer to all the madness of the "Final Destination" saga (someone finally answered the same question i was wondering lol) is this: its cause death wants the person who sees the visions in the movies to die, the other people are just fun on the side. The person has a choice either let everyone who was in the accident die before him/her or choose to die before death kills everyone else cause once the vision person dies, the others are safe unless they intervene with a person's death then they are back in the game.