I keep thinking about this and I want everyone to see it
If you're a fan of this Stoner Brat Pack 2.0 you're bound to love it. I don't think I ever stopped laughing, it's so good. I personally appreciated Rogen and Goldberg ragging on Franco's art career sooo hard (those Freaks and Geeks paintings were amazing?) Also: "You've built a house with iPads in the wall but you're still jerking off like a fucking Pilgrim" ha ha ha haaa <3
I like intelligent movies about teenagers that take teens seriously, and they are rare, but this is one of them. John Hughes comparions are coming up because this is actually sincere. This film is sort of being packaged as a romance BUT, it really isn't! It's a coming-of-age story about Teller's character. He commands the film; Woodley's character is just a small part of this movie. Also: THAT sex scene! (Awww)
It's not the movie I think most people were expecting, but I think it's a perfect bookend. The chemistry between Delphy and Hawke is what made this series so captivating and that isn't lost in this movie, it's just in a different tone. It may have been a liiiittle too dark in terms of the severity of their problems, which leads me to believe that nothing will change, but I liked this within the context of the series.
Amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing. "DON'T TREAT ME LIKE YOUR THREE HOUR BRUNCH FRIEND!"
Very cute movie. Beautifully art-directed. If ya don't like "quirky" films you won't like this but I thought it was really funny and great.
Charming movie but what a weirdly abrupt ending? I've never had that experience before of seeing a movie and wanting it to have maybe just a few more minutes of a storyline in the end? It seemed as if there was an ending that was cut off, or something.
This was actually too, stupidly gory for me and I'm someone who loves revolting horror (tree rape and all.) This may as well be another Saw movie. No funny, campy charm. Bad bad bad.
The theories are quite far-fetched, but that's part of the fun! You have to go into this with a very open-mind. I think of it more as a statement on The Shining's mysterious legacy rather than a straight telling of these theories as if people believe them to be true. These people do NOT believe these theories to be true; they are interpretations. I thought it was fascinating and very funny!
I thought it was going to be smarter, if that makes any sense? I just think with all the gross pervy stuff (and boy, was it pervy) he needed to balance it out or completely subvert that with a super radical ending or twist of events for the female characters. That happens in the scene where the girls turn the gun on Franco, but I wanted Korine to really push that. The laughable shoot up in the end was just stupid.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH. That last scene...
Should never have revealed the caller so early. Not sure why everyone's acting like the "based on a true story" title cheapens the movie because very little of this is dramatized? Loved that long take with the cop in the car to emphasize the distance between the police station and the restaurant. I thought this was really good.
Anyone know where I can watch this?!
DON'T RETIRE NOOOOOO
I thought Grey was very good in this. I honestly do not understand why people thought her acting was bad. Her performance was so natural and conversational that all lines delivered by other actors seemed overly forceful and theatrical.
Nancy Allen is totally horrible but everything else is 100% perfect so it doesn't even matter.
Another beautiful yet devastating film from Haneke...love him and love this.
This was really great. I was so blinded by my love for Noomi Rapace's portrayal of Salander that I didn't want to see any other version of the film and put off seeing this for a long time. Loved it!
I watched this last night after having not seen it since I was a wee lass and it still made me cry a lot from laughter so hey hey hey 'tis good.
i just can't get behind araki when he's not doing batshit crazy films
Never has someone asking to go to the bathroom been so heart-wrenching aaah
I'm a super Tarantino fangirl and I have to say I was a bit disappointed in this. Killer performances, great-looking film, but for some reason it didn't have the clever, mind-blowing storyline that I feel like is a give-in for every Tarantino flick. I think it had to do with the action sequences and how repetitive they were to me. I will say: this is an absolutely accurate portrayal of the sadism of American slavery.
Poor Hugh Jackman was practically losing his voice in the end. I didn't like Crowe as Javert; not intimidating enough. Anne Hathaway's solo was literally breathtaking in all respects, I think everyone agrees on that point. I wasn't into all the extreme close-ups and whaaat happened to so much of the dialogue?! Gotta leave a little more in there. Master of the House was the best performance (besides I Dreamed a Dream)
Really surprised that I liked this. Ari Graynor is my spirit animal.
Forgot how fucking weird the ending is....whaaaaaat? Friends are strange.
I can see the roots of Kaboom in this...
Prissy JAP turns to the military in a moment of existential crisis, becomes badass Red Beret bitch. I love this movie so, so much.