Cray shit! I loved it.
The word "like" is said 52 times in this movie. 52 weeks are in a year, one week is 7 days. Also, The novel The Shinning is 447 pages long. 7 appears again. The novel was published in 1977. Kubrick's favortie movie Eraserhead was released in 1977. This is the kind of shit that people talk about in this film. I had a good laugh though.
At first I though "oh no, not another remake" then the great reviews came in & I saw it. Jane Levy was nice to look at but that's about it. Pointless movie, except for feeding the studio's cash cow.
Mediocre, but better than I thought it would be. Of corse, I could watch Michelle Williams in anything. Yeah, I have a fan crush.
Putting Tom Cruise in a film doesn't make me want to see the film it makes me want to beat up short scientologists.
I just got back from seeing it. I don't understand why many people are unhappy with it. If you've read both The Hobbit & The Lord of The Rings then you should expect The Hobbit to have a different kind of feel to it than TLOTR. Tolkien wrote the Lord of The Rings for people of all ages while the Hobbit was written mainly as a children's book. So, yeah It isn't The LOTR but it isn't supposed to be.
It's just an overly long episode of Dallas. Fuckin' boring over rated pile of shit.
I hope he plays Bond for many years to come. My favorite since Connery.
The stakes have never been higher for 007 nor anyone else in MI6 for that matter. We learn a little more about Bond the person before he ever became a serect agent. It gives some homages to past films in the series & even one to Sean Connery. One of the best Bond movies. Touching ending too.
He & John Ford were the best American directors of the old Hollywood era,
Ford & Capra, the two greats of the old Hollywood.
It has some cheesy charm to it. It doesn't quite hit the mark with me but it isn't completely off.
Great fun & one of Burton's most inspired films. It has shot up on my list of favortie Buton films.
Under rated. The best of the sequals.
So happy that this is being re- released.
RIP Big man.
1 Connery 2 Craig 3 Dalton 4 Moore 5 Lazenby 6 Brosnan
I rank them 1 TDK 2 BB 3 TDKR I thought it wasn edited badly. Seemed sloppy, a lot going on even for a movie that is nearly 3 hours. Not that that's a bad thing but the pace didn't seem right. Too slow in some parts, & too fast in others. Very uneven. I did give it 3 starts though.
On an all time low...
To be honest I could've used a little more cowbell.
New US trailer looks sweet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5AD3PBPuKc
Why can't I give this movie zero stars? It should be an option.
Beatutiful, yet hearbreaking love story. I usualy don't care for romatic films because so many of them haven't been done right. It seems like many (if not most) were written by people that had never been in love. Blue Valentine understands relationships, the passion of being in love, & the heartbreak of falling out of love. Michelle Williams & Ryan Gosling are in top form.
A stunnig tribute to the silent era. Excellent music, excellent acting, excellent directing. So much fun to be had, that I didn't want it to end. Bravo!
Just got this in the mail from Amazon. Can't wait to watch it.
I enjoyed Prometheus. Did I enjoy it as much as I'd hoped? No. Still, It's one of the better sci - fi films I've come across in a while. Also, there is the fact that Ridley Scott likes to release directors cuts of his films on home video. I Felt that it was a little fast paced compared to Alien. It needed to slow down in some places in order to really let the tention build.
You know that critics are incompetent when they give The Cabin In The Woods better reviews than Dark Shadows.'Nuff Said.