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post #343 of 402
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Originally Posted by RJH999 View Post

Caught a few late night movies last night.
The Kingdom-Par. I thought it was a bit sleepy and slow, solid ending though
End of Watch-Birdie. Really enjoyable cop movie
Shutter Island-Birdie. Not Scorsese's best, but enjoyable story and good ending(?)
Juice-Birdie. Pretty good crime/hood movie. Tupac was a pretty decent actor

End of watch birdie? I can't see how the cartoon character bad guys could get that movie anything more than a bogey. Worst acting ever unless they were told they were supposed to be a parody.
post #344 of 402
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End of watch birdie? I can't see how the cartoon character bad guys could get that movie anything more than a bogey. Worst acting ever unless they were told they were supposed to be a parody.
I enjoyed it...maybe it was because i watched if half asleep at 2 in the morn lol
post #345 of 402

Wow. I really hope this is Inception level blow you away.

 

Third trailer for Interstellar:

 

http://www.interstellarmovie.com/

 

Code is: 7201969 (which represents the date of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, on July 20, 1969).

 

Or in YT, it's after host's intro:

 

post #346 of 402

Sharknado 2: The Second One.  I give this a solid par.  It was so bad it was good!  They definitely had the tongue & cheek aspect going with Robert Hayes from Airplane as the pilot in the opening scene and Judd Hirsch as the taxi driver.  Worth a watch.

post #347 of 402
I saw Guardians Of The Galaxy Friday. I'm easily giving it an eagle. It's not a perfect movie by any means, but manoman what an awesome time myself and the rest of the theatre I watched it with had. Tons (just about too much) of great humor, incredible effects ( and that was the 2D version I
watched), and some suprising performances. W

I might even miss a round of golf this week to go see it again in 3D.
post #348 of 402
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Originally Posted by Warren Zevon View Post

I saw Guardians Of The Galaxy Friday. I'm easily giving it an eagle. It's not a perfect movie by any means, but manoman what an awesome time myself and the rest of the theatre I watched it with had. Tons (just about too much) of great humor, incredible effects ( and that was the 2D version I
watched), and some suprising performances. W

 

Nice! I'm trying to go see it today. Marvel took a gamble with these characters and it's paying off.

post #349 of 402
Guardians of the Galaxy was great. Took my 9 year old step daughter she loved it. I loved it good humor action and story.
post #350 of 402

  I was surprised that Bautista did such a plausible job with the amount of dialogue he had.  His deadpanning was spot on.

post #351 of 402
Went and saw Lucy ... Far from a movie critic, but I thought it was horrible ...

Like the concept, but did not like the movie ....
post #352 of 402

Eagle for Guardians of the Galaxy, great use of humor and action with some nice character moments. Rocket Raccoon is awesome.

post #353 of 402
Some dude mentioned Reservoir Dogs in the worst movie thread, so I decided to watch it(again). Upon further review, it still kicks ass. Eagle yo!
post #354 of 402
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Some dude mentioned Reservoir Dogs in the worst movie thread, so I decided to watch it(again). Upon further review, it still kicks ass. Eagle yo!

Absolutely!  

post #355 of 402

I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned 22 Jump Street... I found it to be pretty freaking hilarious, of course it's in a very juvenile way, but that's the draw of the movie. Birdie for me. Depends on your sense of humor though.

post #356 of 402

Watched Blue Ruin last night. Wow!  What a film.  Definite eagle.  

post #357 of 402

When I saw the first trailer for Interstellar, I was meh, then the second, intrigued. With the third, so looking forward to this. Here's a fan made trailer that combines the three. Hope it doesn't turn out to be a Man of Steel.

 

Quote:
We used to look up at the sky and wonder at our place in stars, now we just look down and worry at our place in the dirt.

 

 

post #358 of 402

Saw two movies over the past week..

 

Spiderman 2 - I don't like how it had nothing to do with the other spidermans and they basically rewrote the whole story from the start almost.. it had some interesting things, and a strange twist to the story line.. but I wouldn't give it more than a bogey.. really on the verge of a double bogey!

 

Non Stop - another airline / terrorist movie..  It didn't turn out like I thought it would.. other than the good guy finally getting his name cleared.. I just think I hate airline movies, but thought this one might be different.  double bogey, but if it wasn't for the main actor it would be a triple for sure!

 

Save the time and don't watch either!

post #359 of 402

Alright, here's a weird one. I watched "Under the Skin"

 

While watching it, I was thoroughly annoyed with the pace, overly dramatic music and the fact that they never bother to explain to viewer ANYTHING THAT'S GOING ON. If I had of posted this right after watching the movie I'd have given it a triple bogey, but here's the thing, I haven't been able to get the images and themes of this movie out of my head for going on three days now. The more I reflect on it, the more I like it...

 

Eagle. A very, very strange Eagle, but I'll be damned if it wasn't in fact an Eagle nonetheless.

 

Oh, and despite starring Johansson, it's a Scottish movie and very, very un-American in style.

 

 

 

 

Bonus Points were awarded for getting see Scarlette Johansson's tasty bits.

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Alright, here's a weird one. I watched "Under the Skin"



While watching it, I was thoroughly annoyed with the pace, overly dramatic music and the fact that they never bother to explain to viewer ANYTHING THAT'S GOING ON. If I had of posted this right after watching the movie I'd have given it a triple bogey, but here's the thing, I haven't been able to get the images and themes of this movie out of my head for going on three days now. The more I reflect on it, the more I like it...

Eagle. A very, very strange Eagle, but I'll be damned if it wasn't in fact an Eagle nonetheless.

Oh, and despite starring Johansson, it's a Scottish movie and very, very un-American in style.




Bonus Points were awarded for getting see Scarlette Johansson's tasty bits.
Scarlett Johansson's tasty bits?! Eagle. a2_wink.gif
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