EDIT: The following gripes I have with this film is not to be taken too seriously, and mainly just nitpicking. More of this will be explained in my review. Enjoy?
I LOVE the action scenes, how the 3D was well-implemented to see more of the universe, and the environment of Pandora. The visuals are PERFECT, enough said. However, some of the dialogue was bad- I mean come on, "I see you"? And there were moments that, to me, was… Continue
In a recent Let's Do This someone asked the question why the third movie in so many movie series suck and if they can think of any good ones. And the guys gave a good answer as to why these 3rd films suck; its because there is no story. The original inspiration for the movie tends to only be found in the first and sometimes second movie. The third one is usually forced and the soul of the movie is usually dead by that time. Then the guys themselves could not think of any movies third in a… Continue
Without a doubt, the first ten years of the second millennium have held a plethora of both good and bad films; my purpose now is to reflect on what I think are a few of the best. Now mind you, if you don’t see some movies you thought were some of the best, the reasons why are: I haven’t seen them, or I forgot. Now, on with the list.
Traffic. Director Stephen Soderberg crafts a fantastic tale of how drugs affect all types of people from all offshoots of life. The film is both… Continue
Hey everybody, if you heard the latest ACOCO, Carlyle and Korey vehemently defended 2009 to be a fantastic year in film. With fantastic genres films, creative new ideas and screenplays, and even huge technological advances that shows that every movie has the potential to bring something amazing. While many people are talking about the best films of the year, and even the decade, I will focus on many of the very odd, head-scratching moments of this year.
The reason I'm putting up a review for this movie is because it seems like one of those movies that is never gonna be seen by the general public its an easy find for bootleg cause it does not look like theres any other way you kids are gonna be able to see it even though it has some pretty famous actors like
James Cameron's Avatar has broken The Dark Knight's record. Avatar has now made $75.6 million, just past The Dark Knight, which held the second weekend record at $75.2 million.
Wow that is just amazing. I thought that Avatar wouldn't appeel to everyone to make it past TDK. Peop[le say "it's just big skinny smurfs big whoop", but those big smurfs can make a sh*t load of money though. Again this…Continue
Up in the air is about a man named Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) who fires people from there job. after years of firing people. Ryan Bingham has been compassionate about living out of a suitcase. And loves every minute of it. When his boss Craig Gregory (Jason Bateman) hires a arrogant young lady named Natalie Keener (Anne Kendrick) who devolved a method of video conferencing the people who are about to be fired. Witch will overtime… Continue
First of, I hope you had a great Christmas and a happy new year, and secondly, your ain't doing justice to yourself unless you watch Sherlock Holmes.
This is the last film of the Decade, a role which is better off going towards avatar I say, as Avatar boasts a change of the way films are made. This has nothing like that up it's sleeves. What you could say is that it changes nothing, it has… Continue
With Hollywood’s trend of adapting everything into a film slowly overtaking the desire to create and push something original, you would think that a Sherlock Holmes movie would be the first thing to pop up amongst this crop of adaptations. Fortunately, along comes Guy Ritchie to remedy that. The good news; Hollywood made a good Sherlock Holmes film. The bad; Hollywood made a Sherlock Holmes film with its imprint stamped all over… Continue
I really didn’t expect to do this so soon, but for Christ’s sake, it had to happen. And on Christmas Eve, no less. And the way it happened was just so… insulting.
Here’s the set up.
An elderly woman came up to the Box Office and asked for three adult tickets and two kids this morning. A strange but common thing that happens at my theatre is that the seniors don’t believe there’s ever a senior ticket in the morning, so they often ask for adult tickets. Well, I rang up two… Continue
Arnold Stang, the voice of the clever feline, died earlier this week at the age of 91. Stang was in 75 gazillion TV shows and movies over the years (you'd know the face and/or the voice even if you couldn't place the name), including The Jonathan Winters Show, Broadside, Batman, Bonanza, The Red Skelton Show, December Bride, The Steve Allen Show, The Milton Berle Show, Emergency, and Mathnet.
He was also in several movies, including Hercules in New York, Dennis The… Continue
I decided that instead of a Top 10 list (which would piss off the likes of Leon), I will simply go through all the films I've seen this year in chronological order of their release date from January to December; this is gonna be a long one.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop: Twelve months ago, 2009 wasn't looking too hot when this became the first big blockbuster of the year. I waited until my sisters rented this during the… Continue
Welcome back to the countdown, as we are at the end of my top ten best movies of the decade.
Remember it was very hard to organize the list of the best films of the decade and still this is my opinion on the best film of the decade. So I thank you guys for respecting it. And for this very… Continue
This is a simple VLOG I recorded after seeing the new James Cameron film. Here's my thoughts:
And furthermore: The more I think about this movie, the more I hate it. They couldn't settle for beating us over the head with environmental propaganda, but they even throw in a rant against the War on Terror. They might as well have had the words "all white people are evil" omnipresent of the screen.
By the way, is the actual name of the mineral… Continue
James Cameron has given us some of the most influential films of the 20th century. He has pressed his name into many roles: producer, director, writer, and even editor. All of his films seem to have a few commonalities among them. But, he definitely has a staple in Sci Fi films. He began his career in film in the late 70s and early 80's and gave us such works as Terminator (1984), Aliens (1986), and The Abyss (1989). His inspiration for… Continue