Brittany Runs a Marathon
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A very brilliant concept, I'm surprised I hadn't discovered this film until now. Definitely ahead of it's time.
Chilling, eerie, and overall a very interesting look into delusion and the human desire for fame and acceptance.
When in the hell did WRONG TURN 2 come out?!
No idea why Joshua Thacker finds this film scary. It was mostly filler, highly boring, left much to be desired, and kept me on the edge of my seat without delivering anything remarkable, original, or for that matter, frightening.
Duped by Thacker again, I got home and suddenly had this eerie feeling. I've always had a slight fear of the dark, but it was more intense now. Every sound in the house gave me a start, and I feared for my safety.
Although I'm astounded that Paranormal Activity sold out 33 midnight showings across the country, it definitely had an effect on me!
2 hours long? No thanks! Especially considering I never planned to watch this movie in my lifetime. Considering it was on HBO OnDemand and I denied Amanda's desire to see it so badly last year, I just obliged her and we're currently watching it on telly. A few thoughts, most of which were probably relayed last year:
ONE: The beginning was actually somewhat likeable, until the terrible CGI ruined all hope for me after the first 5 minutes.
TWO: Cue Brendan Fraser- still corny, annoying, and well, this aspect speaks for itself.
THREE: Seeing as how I invested no interest in this movie until now, I didn't know about the loss of Rachel Weisz. I never thought there would come a time when I would despise Maria Bello. Sad day for me, honestly.
FOUR: Not having seen The Scorpion mess, I have decided that "Ricochet" O'Connell must have had his son at age 10 or 11, considering they barely look a decade apart in age. Ridiculous if no one else caught that.
FIVE: Don't get me wrong, but when I was a teen, I thoroughly enjoyed "The Mummy". Skipping out on the Dwayne Johnson affair, here I see the same pathetic humor, ridiculous 10-foot powerslides, over-abundance of ammo until crucial moments, and general absurdity of the first movie.
SIX and FINALLY: I can remember being somewhat in awe of the Pharaoh- his strong angry face, his locust-spewing jaws, his menacing random appearances in the town, etc. etc. One thing I noticed before we cut off this waste of time was how that badass Pharaoh compared to a fleeing Jet Li. Not only did Emperor Han flee the scene when he was awakened, but he kept having facial difficulties, like some morbid form of terra cotta eczema. On a final note, I think that spewing locusts is a much cooler effect than breathing fire, or shooting ice like Mr. Freeze...
Ancient evil my ass!