What a pleasant surprise! I had skipped this movie for some reason. It has a very different feel from his other works. In some ways I'm glad I blew off watching it. Best movie experience I've had in months. I love being surprised!
where's 'a piece of our lives'? *** I'd give it three
Yeah EASTYBOY what you said. The first half is killer. The second drags a little. But it ends well I think. It was ridiculous and funny and twisted. It has very disgusting moments too. It was a refreshing watch. I get bored with modern American cinema.
I thought there were some funny parts. I like Meryl Streep a lot though. It could have been a little shorter. Yeah I enjoyed it.
Erik Villasenor I've had the same experience. The more I watch this movie the more I like it. I guess it had less initial appeal than Anderson's other films. But there is so much subtly that I discover I've missed each time I watch. This goes for his other films too. This movie just has just had more of an impact on me each time overall.
Nice and stupid. I like the fake arm and the blazing gun in the real hand under the table. The remote control guitar contains the essence of the stupidity I'm talking about.
It does try too hard. I agree.
I like the movie but without Charlie Sheen I would have ranked higher; assuming that who ever did the role instead of Mr. Sheen put on a better performance.
Just as retarded as the third
I love you Bob Dylan
Excellent shots. Really excellent. But the movie can wear on you. I love the sped up street scenes and the river of cars. Music is cool. Not easy to just jump into. But worth a watch for sure.
yes yes what a wonderful quote!
I was really hoping Nicki would get hit by a bus, not be killed instantly, get taken to the hospital, and then die alone and slowly in pain. I hated him a lot.
Jeff Spicoli is one of my favorite characters to impersonate. All I need are some tasty waves and a cool buzz and I'm fine.
Tim Burton's version is the opposite of objectively better than the original. I'm essentially an ideal observer when it comes to movie comparison. I like Johnny Depp, but his portrayal of Willy Wonka was simply worse than Gene Wilders. And Charlie, of the Burton version, is an idiot to say that chocolate doesn't have to make sense. It surly does. You fuck up a recipe and taste buds are gonna get pissed.
I got pretty freakin bored. Cool graphics don't make up for a script this bad. But my parents paid for the ticket and it gave us good material for fun making. I think Avatar and A New Hope only have in common the fact that they used stock plot lines. A New Hope has decent dialog, light sabers, and princess Leia. Avatar has poor dialog, a woman who makes weird noises, and that guy who sucks at acting.
It's almost interesting philosophically. But the movie is a piece of shit. Writing even this much about it has been a waste of time.