This is the reason why he should stick to being a wrestler in the WWE...
Very enjoyable movie, especially for Colin Firth's standout performance.
At least they tried.
Your mileage may vary on this one.
Best Disney film ever! (Get the Blu-Ray for best results)
At first, I thought that The Illusionist would follow in the footsteps of Jacques Tati's other films. However, it ends up becoming bittersweet; the last part being depressing.
Somehow, Rosemary's Baby feels like Hitchcock...
The first two-thirds of the movie is just your typical, good-old Coen Bros. film but with some slashed-off fingers. The latter is pretty depressing and has a different ending from the John Wayne movie.
It's awesome, 'nuff said.
"Can I have your watch when you are dead?"
way better than Wacky Races
Kuroneko is so dark and mysterious, it feels like an episode of The Twilight Zone...from Japan.
In the manner of the Beatles' "Help", "Head" gleefully depicts the Monkees trying to escape commercialism.
It may not make any sense, but then again, that's Dr. Seuss for you, so I guess that's forgivable.
I'm glad Hot Fuzz put this to shame.
Not only funny, but surprisingly packed to the teeth.
So long, Shirley ):
It could've been reasonably longer. (You know, an extended story without any filler)
Ladies and gentlemen, Dwayne Johnson being further humiliated.
I felt that the ending was a bit stretched out, but at least Harrison Ford can be funny when he's not trying to.
Antichrist is the first movie I've seen from Lars von Trier, and because of this, I believe that Lars is the Danish Kubrick. Antichrist truly shows what I mean by being so tensionly gruesome and explicit that most people might not handle it.