I LOVE FILMS :D
First VHS: 2001: A Space Odyssey(my dad's, just after VHS came out)
First DVD: Titanic, Xmas 2001, DVD was so amazing back then, and now it's being overtaken
First Blu-Ray disc: Hairspray (2007) Can't get enough of this movie!
My never-ending movie quiz doesn't load, so I have no points! grrr
SOME OF MY RATINGS HAVE BEEN DELETED AGAIN grrr
A movie that touches your heart - and robots falling in love. Very cute. Also many problems we face today, such as obesity (lol) and destroying the planet with non-biodegradeable goods. Many references to great sci-fi movies such as 2001: A Space Odyssey (Otto's eye; blue danube etc), Alien (tagline: In Space No One Can Hear You Clean; Sigourney Weaver etc), Star Wars (hyperspace) and Galaxy Quest (ship design) Maybe not as great qas previous works like Toy Story, but surprise surprise... Pixar have done it again.
Finally came out a few months ago and got it for £4.99 off eBay :D Anyway, just about as funny as the Python's best work. The Olympics sketch, Four Yorkshiremen, Albatross, Bruce's Philosophy Song and Philosopher Football are the ones that stick in my mind best, but all are brilliant.
Finally out and what brilliance! No way near any sort of let down, I found myself singing to all the songs as ABBA is one of my favourite bands and I know all the words to the main songs. Meryl Streep is still going after 30 years and boy does she have a pair of lungs on her! Maybe the rest of the singing from the men is not quite the same, but the girls really go for it, sometimes embarassing. Like the stage show, it is very funny, witty, sexual and enjoyable, leaving tunes such as 'Honey Honey' 'Mamma Mia' 'Gimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight) and 'Dancing Queen' playing over in your head for a long time after. The end is a touching tribute to the show it is based on.
Not as funny as I would expect from those involved. Surprisingly Eric Idle and Robbie Coltrane are a bit wooden in their performances, unlike many others of their work, and Camille Coduri is far better in Doctor Who.
Finally! Indy 4 is out! Not quite up to the standards of the Last Crusade in my books, but it has the same high levels of humour, which is what I like. Less creepy crawlies than Raiders and Temple of Doom, but those disliking ants may want to avoid... INDY GOES SCI-FI!! I swear the ending has a bit of Close Encounters combined with Alien about it - the crystal skulls are about the same shape as a xenomorph, but when fleshed out I swear they are the similar to the aliens from Close Encounters. *spoiler* HUGE twist for those unawares about Indy's family. Indy 5 in the works? I should think so...