In total agreement. This movie is pretty awesome. Great cast, cool story. It's a classic blockbuster. The test is if you watch it when it's on TNT. I watch the crap out of it when it's on TNT.
Like nothing you've ever seen. Imagine if Scott Pilgrim vs. the World met Woody Allen, then Banksy directed their interactions.
A very good film, just not the one I was expecting. It's well-made, written, and acted, to be sure. But it never fully comes into its own.
Subtle is the antithesis of this film, but The Ice Storm doesn't need it. Instead, it's a curious and clinical look at rich WASPs. An interesting subject for the director of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, I know, but it miraculously works. Mad props to the huge, phenomenally talented cast.
A crazy, melodramatic, and overlong take on Dracula that miraculously still works.
Pure sentimentality in a way that only the Coens could do, this is one of their weirdest, most wonderful films.
A very well-done but overlong Irish gangster movie. Three brilliant central performances don't hurt, either.
A fucking spectacular surrealist black comedy, with one of the greatest performances of the '80s: Gary Oldman's Sid Vicious.
At once a homage to the Westerns of yore, and yet also very much of its age. I promise you, you've seen nothing like it.
Bear in mind that I only saw the Donner cut, but this was just as good, if not better, than the first. Hackman makes a much better supporting player than lead, and Zod is one of the better superhero villains ever.
So much more than the ads make it out to be, The Adjustment Bureau is a beautiful, sad, funny, and thoughtful take on religion and love.
Whilst it proudly wears its PG-13 rating on its sleeve, The Ring has enough jolting moments to have it rise (just) above mediocrity. Now if only Naomi Watts didn't look distracted all the time…
An incredible, neorealistic take on the mafia. Francis Ford Coppola, eat your heart out.
I'm not even sure what to make of this one, but it feels like something beautiful happened.
Whatever people say, it's not that bad. It definitely has its moments, and it's brought up by a terrific (if slumming) cast.
Fuck Yes Dead Alive. If you haven’t seen it, you are not allowed to claim you like horror films. It is the single most absurd, humorous, bizarre, and disgusting horror film I have seen in my life, and I love every second of it. (Yes, even the slightly dull bits at the beginning where the hero’s just going on a couple dates and dealing with his bitch mother).
A very silly, very funny, but most of all, very well-made reimagining of Starsky and Hutch.
Such a terrible, self-important movie that wasted a terrific cast.
It's moderately funny, but overlong by a half hour, and much too mopey to be a proper frat-pack comedy. Plus, the homophobic streak was mean at best, offensive at worst.
The bigger, more action-y Aliens equivalent to Danny Boyle's more thoughtful 28 Days Later… (or Alien, in this metaphor), 28 Weeks is a bloody thrilling, bloody frightening, and bloody…bloody.
One of the saddest, funniest movies I've ever seen, which ended with me in tears. Wes Anderson, bravo.