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I lurv old movies, yes, even black and white ones, yet I have an equally strong dispassion for horror movies, unless it involves zombies - they can't control themselves. Ok, well, campy horror movies are fun, but it's the ones that take themselves too seriously I don't like. Surprisingly though, I crave violence, hence my love for most Tarantino. Also, I love British actors, whether it's Firth, Grant, McGregor, Rickman, Branagh, Tennant it doesn't matter. Oh, I have long hair, really, really, freakishly long hair, but you didn't need to know that. ;)
Deliciously silly. How much does it make sense that Jack Nicholson is the President of the US? A lot. Especially his eternally optomistic attitude. "I want the people to know that they still have 2 out of 3 branches of the government working for them, and that ain't bad. " Plus, it has Pierce Brosnan playing.... Pierce Brosnan. What's not to love? Ok, maybe the whole rediculous premise and I'm sure an ending that happens to elude me right now, but I am sure was entirely non-sensical. However... Ack, ack, ack!
This is the movie that turned me onto Kevin Spacey. Despite his shorter appearance, his character is one of the most intriguing of the cast. However, the entire cast is stellar, making this one of those movies that make you want to watch again and again just to catch the nuisances that you missed a previous viewing.
Certainly better than the first, but, it's still directed by Chris Columbus, and he's boring as hell. Also, like the book, not enough Snape, although Brannaugh was great at being an air-head and a liar.
It was exactly what the tired franchise needed. Daniel Craig is superb as a Bond not yet at ease with his new position of a 00. Full of gritty, realisitc fight scenes, and an chase scene in Madagascar that is nothing you've yet seen. Bond can bleed, and does so even with the occasional scream. You wanna see down and dirty, watch Bond.