Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Thread Manager, Jan 26, 2013.
Romancing the Stone (1984)
Zombies in Africa. It's pretty well made. Good stuff.
The Dark Knight Returns Part 2.
The Shining, obviously the best Valentine's Day movie of all time.
Although I haven't seen the film yet, I still find it hard to imagine it's worse than Live Free or Die Hard.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
Die Hard With A Vengeance
It's THE Valentine's Day movie.
Oh Hai Doggie!!!
Great Poster maybe I'll watch it tomorrow Kane lol. Maybe with Rifftrax again.
Fun fact I guess Mike and those guys said after they released the Rifftrax of it, he called them and tried to sue them. They said they all huddled around the phone trying so hard not to laugh, they said Tommy has no idea what he is talking about 99% of the time. Thought that was funny.
I don't doubt it lol
I'm more concerned on nobody knowing where Wiseau came from. Go and look up any info about him, the guy could very well be from another planet.
So that's how the aliens invade.......the Tommy model a probe droid sent down to investigate us.
Never been a fan of JCVD's chop socky karate revenge flicks but I warmed up to this because it was sort of like a "Die Hard on ice".
The Five-Year Engagement - except for going 30 minutes too long for a comedy I thought it was pretty funny kind of in the vein of Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
But yeah comedy movies should never go more than 90 min., 100 minutes tops but there's only so many laughs you can work into the movie before you tax out the audience.
Lol, well we have a conflict there right away as I loved LFODH, but I do think regardless of what views anyone carries on the previous 4 films, this one is undeniably the worst by a long way, it's practically a DTV level film in parts.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed LFODH, but it wasn't as good as it could have been. I was just hoping this would have been an improvement. From your opinion and a bunch of other people on the Blu-ray.com forums...I'm definitely not seeing this in the theater.
At Home - Seven Brides For Seven Brothers: It's one of my favorite movies, and one of my favorite musicals. I place this movie in the "Undeniable Classics" list!
At The Movies - A Good Day To Die Hard: Definitely the absolute worst of the Die Hard franchise. It's not the worst thing I've ever seen, but there is no life to this movie. It's simply NOT GOOD ENOUGH to be a Die Hard movie. Not gonna lie, this movie not being good kinda hurts.
A Good Day to Die Hard 6/10
Lethal Weapon 9/10
Night of the Demons (1988) 5/10
Still one of the best Bonds and my fave from Craig.
The life before her eyes (2007)
An interesting film which really gives you something to think about afterwards. Uma Thurman and Evan Rachel Wood were great. It's funny that the idea of them playing the same character in way different ages worked fine for me, despite them not looking very much alike.
Edit: I just read somewhere that Evan Rachel Wood was one of the very young teens in Thirteen which I watched quite some years ago. Now I'm not surprised why I was so impressed of her in this flick as well
Agreed. I didn't expect to like it as much as I did.
I agree completely.