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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
PostPosted: March 4th, 2010, 7:44 pm 
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^ UGH! you watched that travesty twice! you deserve a medal...
though i recommend you watch all horror movies by yourself with nobody in the house preferably on a late rainy night with 5.1 audio sound and a large screen.

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The World is Not Enough - Been catching this Bond flick on Showtime several times and it's a good entry though seeing Bond getting too attached to a female that it affects his judgment is never a good side of him to see. Makes him look like a pussy... :d-_-b: Anyway, why get all worked up over Sophie Marceau when you have Denise Richards?! I'd take Denise Richards over the other girl any day! :d^_^b:
normally I choose cute over sexy. but not in this case. sophie > denise.

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Saw VI - Out of all the sequels made, this one is hands down one of the best! :booyah:
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The Ruins - Finally watched it on Cinemax. Now i know why i never bought it on DVD... This movie really sucked Donkey Kong balls. It's bad enough that Jonathan Tucker as the male lead is completely unsympathetic as he tries to contain the situation, but the whole thing of the vines being able to mimic and in an essence make fun of the suffering of the others was even more ridiculous than the fact that the vines are carnivorous in the first place. I will give it credit for having sexy females, both Jena Malone and Laura Ramsey were mighty fine beauties. But other than that, it just isn't very impressive. Probably what suprised me most was that Ben Stiller was actually a producer here... Hmmm, maybe he better stick to comedy in case it was his fault that this movie sucked.
interestingly enough i hated saw VI but liked the ruins. the vines were not "in an essence make[ing] fun". i have no idea where you got that. the reason why i hated saw was because i figured out the person behind the curtain in that installment. unless, it was supposed to be known because they sure made it obvious. so it just turned into a boring moral story. while the ruins was your typical fight for survival it still looked genuine to me.

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Lost in Translation. Great slice of life movie. The acting was wonderful and some of the most honest human emotions.
one of my all time favourites.

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9. The animated movie...it was lame. Sure it looked good but the plot was weak along with the characters.
really? i thought the premise though common is still nice and well executed. the characters were not weak, unless what you mean is that they were simple. after all, they all are just pieces of the whole... each one was strong in my opinion.

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I don't think i'll be sharing this movie with my dad, not just because the movie was all bark and no bite *movie pun intended :mrgreen: *, but because even though he's seen this type of horror flick, he's just not a huge fan of camera PoV movies. We've seen some together and he usually is not too fond of all the shaky movement, although he did like Quarantine a lot since despite it being that type of movie, he loved the way the plot just made the whole shaky bits worth it. So for the record, despite my dad not being a hardcore lover of shaky cam flicks, his most favorite is Quarantine from all the ones we've seen. His second favorite is most probably Diary of the Dead for the same reason of the plot and also because there were multiple cameras used instead of one like most and i'm sure by now, he's forgotten all about Cloverfield and The Blair Witch Project *I would expect him to not remember Blair Witch since we last saw it together years ago and as for Clover, he just wasn't really into it from the get go.*
I absolutely hate this "new" idea of jerky cams (practically every action flick employs this now even if the camera is out of the action! ridiculous!) and of course the crappy camcorder flicks like blair witch and cloverfield. though I absolutely loved REC. i would recommend you to watch it but you have already watched the shot for shot re-make of REC, quarantine ,so it will not be wise to watch REC until you have completely forgotten quarantine.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
PostPosted: March 4th, 2010, 10:43 pm 
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Saw VI - Out of all the sequels made, this one is hands down one of the best! :booyah:
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The Ruins - Finally watched it on Cinemax. Now i know why i never bought it on DVD... This movie really sucked Donkey Kong balls. It's bad enough that Jonathan Tucker as the male lead is completely unsympathetic as he tries to contain the situation, but the whole thing of the vines being able to mimic and in an essence make fun of the suffering of the others was even more ridiculous than the fact that the vines are carnivorous in the first place. I will give it credit for having sexy females, both Jena Malone and Laura Ramsey were mighty fine beauties. But other than that, it just isn't very impressive. Probably what suprised me most was that Ben Stiller was actually a producer here... Hmmm, maybe he better stick to comedy in case it was his fault that this movie sucked.
interestingly enough i hated saw VI but liked the ruins. the vines were not "in an essence make[ing] fun". i have no idea where you got that. the reason why i hated saw was because i figured out the person behind the curtain in that installment. unless, it was supposed to be known because they sure made it obvious. so it just turned into a boring moral story. while the ruins was your typical fight for survival it still looked genuine to me.

Haven't seen the Ruins yet, but I'm with G-Core about Saw VI. Got the theatrical version from the library last weekend, and felt it was easily the best of the sequels.

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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
PostPosted: March 6th, 2010, 11:17 am 
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Ha wow....me and my friends first thought Saw 5 was bad....horrible....the traps were stupid...its obvious what they had to do at every trap...no surprise ending..etc..

Than came Saw 6..we had no expectations and that was good..because that movie sucked too...its like they feel like they must tie up all the loose ends which makes it another bad movie...they keep adding these scenes and reasons...
I mean how many times can they go back and suddenly add one more person who wasnt there?
Saw is dead for me...I thought only Saw 2 felt out of place and still enjoyed 'til part 4...but after 5 and 6....its dead...it just keeps going down...

They'll probably add another person at Saw 7...someone who was there since the beginning too...and they'll show those same scenes from the beginning with that one more person added....you starting to get my drift now? :vomit:

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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
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I personally feel that the Saw series should end. I'm not as negative about the sequels as I've seen people get... I even think there needs be a Saw 7 after the way 6 ended. I got the sense from 6 that things could end soon, and I feel that end should come in 7.

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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
PostPosted: March 6th, 2010, 7:30 pm 
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I personally feel that the Saw series should end. I'm not as negative about the sequels as I've seen people get... I even think there needs be a Saw 7 after the way 6 ended. I got the sense from 6 that things could end soon, and I feel that end should come in 7.

Even though many, including Jigsaw actor Tobin Bell, have said that the Saw series would end at 8 or 9, screenwriter Patrick Melton has said that he feels very strongly that 7 will most likely be the last one due to 6 not being as big in box office return as 5 was either. I also think it should end at 7 since you can only pull in the big bucks while you can and it's obvious from the statements that the pockets aren't getting as full as they were the first three times...


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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
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Basic Instinct - Very first time i've seen the whole film. A very slick thriller, superb acting from everyone, especially the two leads Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone. The infamous leg crossing scene, kinda sexy and kinda creepy too... I definitely have to give praise to how intense Michael Douglas plays his detective role, his intensity even matches up during his sex scenes. As for the whole ice pick killer deal, of course i knew who it really was but it was nice seeing how the set up worked. Especially reaching the end where the grand finale is pretty much put into place, with all the players in their respective roles. The city of San Francisco is shot very beautifully and locales are visually stunning, if i could pick a favorite i would say the beach house.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
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shgarland wrote:
I personally feel that the Saw series should end. I'm not as negative about the sequels as I've seen people get... I even think there needs be a Saw 7 after the way 6 ended. I got the sense from 6 that things could end soon, and I feel that end should come in 7.

Even though many, including Jigsaw actor Tobin Bell, have said that the Saw series would end at 8 or 9, screenwriter Patrick Melton has said that he feels very strongly that 7 will most likely be the last one due to 6 not being as big in box office return as 5 was either. I also think it should end at 7 since you can only pull in the big bucks while you can and it's obvious from the statements that the pockets aren't getting as full as they were the first three times...

meh...i just feel 6 set things up for 7 in such a way that 7 could easily be the end of the series, and would be happy if it was. all of them get at least a *** rating as i'd do it; it just feels right if the series ends with 7.

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Basic Instinct - Very first time i've seen the whole film. A very slick thriller, superb acting from everyone, especially the two leads Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone. The infamous leg crossing scene, kinda sexy and kinda creepy too... I definitely have to give praise to how intense Michael Douglas plays his detective role, his intensity even matches up during his sex scenes. As for the whole ice pick killer deal, of course i knew who it really was but it was nice seeing how the set up worked. Especially reaching the end where the grand finale is pretty much put into place, with all the players in their respective roles. The city of San Francisco is shot very beautifully and locales are visually stunning, if i could pick a favorite i would say the beach house.

i've seen the whole film a few times, though it's been long enough that if i weren't on a Cory Haim kick i'd think about watching this one. great film.

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Spawn - Been a very long time since i saw this one fully. Saw it with my dad and he found the comedy humorous, definitely thought John Leguizamo not only had some great funny lines but is very versatile in his roles which is what we both love about him as an actor. Michael Jai White as Spawn is a kickass combination. The guy is a true martial artist so he is very believable when battling, and both dad and me were in agreement that he would've made a good Blade if Wesley Snipes hadn't been available. In regards to the special effects, very cool for the time the movie was released. As for the plot, not too strong in some points, i would say the Al/Wanda relationship seemed too one-sided since it's mostly seen through his eyes and they hardly interact before and after he became Spawn. Another positive is the music soundtrack, no doubt.


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Spring Break Shark Attack - Having just seen this on SyFy, it's obviously one of those so bad it's good type of b-movies but this one was actually pretty decent if i do say so. The shark effects were nice until it got down to that scene where there's a school of over 20 of them headed towards the beach. Doesn't look pretty impressive nor plausible... The movie also takes time to address the issue of slipping someone a roofie in their drink in the party atmosphere. It's a darn good thing that pretty much the body count takes out the bad people like that guy who did that to the female lead and the guy who was cheating on his girlfriend who is a friend of the female lead and was recording every one of his sexual escapades. As for the bloke with the accent, the male lead's mom was right in saying he has no conscience if he was actually willing to risk lives in this scheme to sabotage his own beach club by releasing chum so that the sharks would come. All that over wanting people to go to his other clubs that are away from the water and are going financially downhill. At least it looked like in the end, the cops take him away since last frame on him has the 2 policemen walking towards him.


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Recently, the documentary For Neda has premiered in HBO and i caught it. Having never really gotten familiar with Neda's story until then, it really disgusted me how the government of Iran operates and i hope in my heart that such a barbaric political system ceases to exist one day. I was touched by the words of all those who knew her and it was established clearly she was a normal girl who just wanted to be herself and wasn't afraid of challenging the system, even at the cost of her life. I have to admit that seeing the footage of her death was very hard to bear, she didn't deserve that and it's a shame that they practically had the coward who murdered her on his knees but they had to let him go and to this day, he's protected by the tyrannic president who rigged his own election so unfairly. As for all the excuses they tried to make about what "really" happened to Neda, nobody believes she staged it so they should just let the "Neda effect" be their ruin.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you watching now?
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Not much, since everything is on break now. But as for live action stuff i watch religiously...
House
Grey's Anatomy
Bones
CSI
Cougar Town
those ones are still running - 'course, back when i first signed up here, Scrubs was still going (incidentally, one of my favourite shows ever) and Mercy was rather good too. So was The Pacific.
As for filims... last filim I saw in the cinema... not sure. I know i saw Inglourious Basterds... not sure if I've seen anything since... :P


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PostPosted: August 23rd, 2010, 10:09 pm 
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The basis of my film viewage through DVDs and TV of recent times has yielded mostly these results:

Casino
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Marebito
Ju-on: The Grudge
Boa vs. Python

I would say i've seen Casino more than 10 times in this month alone. It's that good.


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